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Monday, 25 June 2018

Release Day Blitz & Giveaway: Reckoning [Skulls Renegade MC 05] by Elizabeth Knox!


Everyone around me calls me a monster. I can’t say that I blame them, over the years I was turned into one, into my worst nightmare – something that I tried so hard not to become. What no one knows is what I had to go through, and I doubt that they ever will.

Sure, I married a monster and maybe he did turn me into what I am today.

But sometimes I wonder….who really turned me into this foul being? My mother? Or was it my husband?

Regardless, it doesn’t matter. I am what I am, and everyone hates me for it, even my own brother and sister.

Here I am, thrown to the side of the road like a piece of trash – hurt by the only person that I thought cared – Sergei. It turns out that he never did, or maybe he only cared when it benefited him.

Now I’m trying to mend the only relationships that I can salvage, while trying to protect my family from the war that is coming. Being a Petrov was never easy, and it never will be.

When I travelled across the globe to Gainesville, Tennessee I expected to mend a relationship with Dmitri and Ksenia. Instead, I began a relationship with someone else, someone who is just as much of a monster as me. Only, no one else knows that.

He’s opening up to me in ways that my husband never did and while our relationship grows I only hope that I can keep everyone I love safe from the fight that is waiting on our doorstep.

After all, Petrov’s survive – no matter what.

We always survive.

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Author bio:

Elizabeth is a romantic suspense author most popular for her Mob and MC books, the international bestselling author of Reign, Redemption, Revenge, Relentless, Promised, Tough as Steele, Stripping a Steele & Blackjack.


Sunday, 24 June 2018

Blog Tour & Giveaway: Bound [Bound 01] by Jennifer Dean!


   I had woken early Saturday morning with a panic plaguing my mind. I must have checked the Daily Washington News five times, front to back. I even watched two early morning news editions before my dad had even gotten out of bed. It felt excessive and I realized it must have looked that way too as the corner of my eye caught sight of my mother’s many worried glances. But I was almost certain I would find one of the horrid reports that had haunted my dreams most of the night before. Teenage Boy Found Dead or Local Boy Presumed Missing. But nothing stood out among the articles of birth announcements, city budget cuts, and girls’ basketball playoffs. Not even in the obituaries. It was the same on Sunday too.
   By Monday I felt nauseous from the tightened nerves of my stomach. My mind was utterly useless in my first five periods. Luckily, for my sanity, as I entered the cafeteria for lunch I caught sight of both Ross and Nick almost instantly at a corner table. The tension in my shoulders dropped. Even though I knew I would never see them the same, it was comforting to know they would live another day. At least this way they would have a chance at redemption.
   Wait, I thought. My eyes shifted back to notice something strange about the two boys. They weren’t in their usual seats, which was always on either side of Sean at the left corner table, in the back of the cafeteria. In fact, they weren’t even near his table at all. They sat in the front left corner of the room as if they had been shunned from popularity.
   What was worse was catching Ross’s remorseful gaze as I walked toward the lunch line. I couldn’t stand the uncomfortable melancholy that his slumped body held. Nick, on the other hand, couldn’t even find enough courage to look up from his thumbs. Had they shunned themselves from guilt?
   I forced my eyes away so that I could grab some tea. My stomach was settling but still against the idea of food. I pursed my lips at the cause of my loss of appetite. The sight of them only brought back memories I hoped to soon forget, and hopefully that would be sooner rather than later.
   But if I had felt the nerves at lunch, it was nothing compared to the way the anxiety of walking into English made them jump around. Once I had spotted Liam in his assigned seat I felt a dizzy spin from my stomach. I sat looking at my books, suddenly dissatisfied with the placement of my seat. Why did I have to be next to him?
   I looked up at the overhead slides and back at my paper with determination when class began. It was a blessing that today’s notes gave my hands and mind something to do.
   I was so anxious to leave when the bell sounded that I elbowed my pens right off my desk with annoyance. Just as my body swiveled, I found myself face to face with Liam. My eyes froze on his as I inhaled with the awareness of the increased pace of my heart. I felt the slight gulp from my throat as a shiver traveled down my arms and into my fingers. Just like the memories of Ross and Nick, seeing Liam had flashed the images of what he had done to them. When I woke this morning I knew how foolish I was to dismiss, or deny, it all, especially after the weekend had left me with nothing but time to relive the night. But maybe it was easier that way. At least until I saw his face to remind me that I was merely lying to myself.
   “What are you?”
   I was still, watching as he leaned his neck closer. I wasn’t sure where my courage had come from to ask. I certainly had none Friday night.
   “A high school student,” he said.
   I narrowed my eyes, forgetting that I was even slightly terrified of him. As if I hadn’t been plagued with nightmares over the weekend. As if the slightest unfamiliar sound didn’t make me jump, leaving a trail of goosebumps behind as proof. As if I hadn’t asked Sean, like a child, to come over Saturday and Sunday night. No, right now I was only led by my curiosity.
   “I wasn’t under the impression that most high-schoolers could move things with their minds.”
   “I didn’t,” he said.
   My eyes squinted as I leaned in closer with my whisper. “I saw him floating. It was like magic or something.”
   “Did you actually see me doing that?” Liam asked.
   “Yes. Well….” I scrunched my lips as I took a minute to remember. He was right. I had never actually seen him lift Nick because I was too shocked to look away.
   Liam’s lips were straight as he stood. I followed his movement. “Okay, no I didn’t see you doing it.” He nodded, making it clear that was his point. “But you did move me away from getting hit by the truck. I know that.”
   He opened his mouth, ready to speak, but said nothing. In his eyes, I thought I could see, the conflict, the same I had seen before. I didn’t like to see him that way. Finally, he closed his mouth and gathered his books before turning his back to me.
   “Thank you,” I said.
   It was impulsive but needed.
   “For what?” Liam said. His back was still facing me but his neck had turned at my words.
   The shock of being so frightened by Liam had overshadowed my gratefulness for his presence Friday night. I watched as he turned back to face me.
   “I realized that I never thanked you for what you did. I don’t know what would have happened if you had not been there.”
   I looked down with the lie, or maybe it was a realization. It was pretty clear what would have happened if he hadn’t been there. The shame of what felt like stupidity led my eyes to rest on the ground because of this. When I finally let myself look back up at him, I noticed he had moved back to stand at his desk. It was good to know a few students were occupying Mrs. Anderson, keeping her from awkwardly watching our encounter.
   Liam leaned in with the gaze of his bright eyes. “If fate were to rewind us to the same moment, I wouldn’t hesitate to be there again.”
   My eyes bounced back with his, like a tennis match. Suddenly the fright of what he was had begun to melt. In its place was a warmth of safety. Uh-oh.
   I grinned involuntarily. “Can I ask you something?” He nodded with an approved patience.
   “I know what I saw can’t be normal. I mean, I’ve never heard of such a thing in a human.”
   “I don’t believe that sentence was a question.”
   I tried to resist the roll of my eyes as I walked past the desks, parallel with him. He seemed to keep more with my pace than I did with his as we exited the classroom.
   “All right, what are you?” I asked again. He gazed at me like I was an intruder inside a security vault. “I’m not going to tell anyone. I didn’t even tell my brother about what happened, and I tell him everything.”
   Really it was more oddly like I couldn’t tell Sean. Part of me was protective of what I had seen. I still didn’t understand that. All I knew was every time I tried, I remained silent. When we stopped at my locker, I watched as Liam’s chin lifted with surprise. He leaned his lips a few inches away from my ear. “I wish that I could say.”
   “Can’t you?” I asked.
   He leaned back to see my lifted brow. “I wish for so many things.”
   I squinted with confusion, watching him shake his head once before turning to walk down the hall. I was almost certain there was a small grin on his lips. I didn’t know what person would be able to resist the need to solve the mystery of it. He had just silently confessed that what I saw Friday night was true. How was I supposed to ignore that?
   I was smiling almost too much, when Sean walked around the corner. He had a narrowed gaze that wasn’t happy but not quite upset either.
   “I know,” he said.
   My eyebrows lifted with guilt. Had he watched secretly as Liam once again walked me to my locker? I looked toward the ground.
   “Why didn’t you tell me about what they did?”
  They did? Suddenly my eyes flashed up to meet his gaze. He wasn’t talking about just now, how I had technically broken my own promise to stay away from Liam—a task I thought would be so easy. No, that wasn’t it.
   My mouth felt dry as my eyes darted away from him. The image of Ross over me had filtered through my mind again. I was sure that Sean could see my small grimace.
   “Tell you what?” I said innocently.
   “Emma, please, I can see it written in your eyes as much as I could that night.” It wasn’t an easy thing to relive, and now more than ever I was grateful for Liam. “Em?”
   I finally moved my eyes back to meet the patient gaze of his own. I gulped. “How did you even know?”
   “They confessed to me this morning.” I cocked my head back in surprise.
   He narrowed his eyes to question my inquiry.
   I shook my head in defense. “I just mean I didn’t think that would be something to confess to you of all people.”
   “I wouldn’t say they were exactly willing,” he said. “It was almost like they were overcome by some pint up guilt.”
   “Then what made them?”
   “Liam Alexander.”
   So he did know about Liam, or at least that he had been there. “Really?”
   “Well not physically. All he did was walk by us before Nick sudden spit out…”
   Sean exhaled with anger with the small shake of his head. It seemed as if he couldn’t even finish the thought of what had happened. I waited for more anxiously but nothing. So it appeared that Sean didn’t know everything about Friday night, just that Liam had been there to rescue me. He knew nothing of how he rescued me.
   “So, that’s why they weren’t sitting with you at lunch?”
   It all made sense now. They hadn’t shunned themselves because of the guilt. They had been shunned. I was actually grateful I wasn’t around when they told Sean. They were lucky they were still able to be in the cafeteria at all.
   “They won’t ever be sitting at any table that I’m at again.”
   I felt guilty about him losing the friendship that had been ongoing for fifteen years. Because of me it had abruptly and permanently ended. “I’m sorry.”
   “I’m not.” Though his voice was stern, I could see in his now angered eyes that he was lying. Ross and Nick had grown up with him, and now that bond was broken with betrayal. It would be like Lauren or Erika hatching a plan to kidnap and kill Sean. Though I held a bond with my friends, their act would naturally sever any care I previously held for them. I didn’t want to think about it. “I’m just sorry that I wasn’t there to protect you,” Sean said.
   “And that Liam was.” I paused, unsure whether I was saying this as a serious or sarcastic thing. Sean’s gaze had previously been halfway between me and the space in front of him, but I had his full attention now.
   “I can’t say that I’m ungrateful, but it doesn’t change how I feel about him. I question why he was even there.”
   “Does it matter?” I said.
   Sean only glared to my question. His golden honey eyes almost brightening, with each new second that passed.
   “Has your promise changed?”
   I sighed. “No.” I wasn’t sure how much I meant that.
   On the way home, I was terribly grateful that Sean hadn’t asked for details, details like why, if Liam had saved me, did I come home willing to stay away from him.
   Funny how I asked myself the same question as I hopped into bed that night. A question I was made to contemplate once my head hit the pillow and my eyes shut.
   Instantly, I found myself surrounded by a forest of trees in a cloud of darkness, but I could see that I wasn’t alone. Liam Alexander stood beside me, looking toward the space directly in front of us.
   There I caught sight of Ross and Nick, charging at me with an angered vengeance. It wasn’t lust but anger in their eyes. I was to blame for their ending friendship and they were going to make me pay for that. I instinctively readied my arms to swing, when both of Liam’s hands rose forward, flinging both boys backward and out of sight, without a single touch. The swift control of their speed was like a stunt man being pulled back on a harness.
   “Thanks,” I said.
   He nodded before looking behind me. I followed the gaze over my right shoulder to find Sean. He was furious and running right at us like an enraged bull. But as he got closer I could tell it wasn’t me he targeted, it was Liam. I tried to stand in between, but Liam gently pushed me behind him protectively. Sean had his fist out, ready to swipe at Liam as he ran with hatred in his eyes.
   “Stop!” I yelled.
   But my voice was drowned out with Sean’s continued charge. No amount of sound that came from me would catch his attention. I was left to watch helplessly as Liam’s hand instinctively moved in front of him to force Sean’s body to fly back and out of sight, just as he had minutes before with the other two boys. I turned back to see Liam’s eyes glowing with a bright emerald green of unnatural beauty.
   Suddenly my eyes flashed open and my torso flung upward. I looked around my dark room, laying my hand across my chest, feeling the increased beating of my heart. I only had one thought that crossed my mind now that I was awake.
   Just what the hell was Liam Alexander?

When fate leads Emma Morgan back to her small hometown of Washington, she learns that the life she knew three years ago has changed once she meets the charmingly, mysterious Liam Alexander. But when her brother Sean, voices his disapproval, Emma finds her loyalty in the way of her newfound curiosity of the youngest Alexander. Only the more she tries to avoid Liam the more she finds him in her constant company.

A risk that leads down a dangerous path once Emma begins to discover a secret about the Alexanders that no human should ever know.

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I was never that child you found in the corner reading. In fact, I loathed the idea of picking up a book. The activity seemed more of a chore than a past time.

All that changed when my brother began talking to me about the newest novel he was reading, Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix. Before I knew it, my curiosity got the better of me, luring me to try the series. It didn't take long for my mindset of reading to turn on its head. 

But even with my new hobby discovered it wasn't until my junior year of college that I developed a hidden desire for writing stories. And when I found myself writing scenes instead of paying attention to my professors, I knew becoming a writer was the career path I was meant to follow.

Saturday, 23 June 2018

Blog Tour: Just Don't Mention It [DIMILY 04] by Estelle Maskame!

Publication date: 21st June 2018
Paperback edition: -
Source: Paperback
Rating: 4.5 stars
Synopsis: Tyler Bruce – hell raiser and bad boy – tells his story in his own words.

Alternating between past and present, Just Don’t Mention It is narrated from Tyler’s perspective. We see his life as a twelve-year-old boy suffering physical abuse at the hands of his dad. We see him as the daredevil seventeen-year-old we first met in Did I Mention I Love You?, the stepbrother who falls head over heels for Eden.

In these parallel timelines we finally understand the enigmatic Tyler’s complex story and his innermost thoughts – on his dad, his mom, on Tiffani and Eden – all the things Eden wasn’t witness to. And, crucially, the reader gains heartbreaking insight into why Tyler becomes the self-obsessed, angry and unhappy guy we encounter in DIMILY.

This utterly addictive rollercoaster of a novel gives voice to one of the most adored characters in Estelle Maskame’s extraordinary international bestseller, Did I Mention I Love You?

I read the first three books in this trilogy straight after each other at the end of May/beginning of June and loved the first three books a lot, so I was really excited to read this book! I knew that this book was going to be written from the male character's point of view, so this made me even more excited for it! I then signed up for the Blog Tour with the publisher, so received an early review copy! After reading this book, I can say that I enjoyed it just as much as the other books in this series! I loved that it went back to the past and showed the main character's struggle and what he went through to be the person he was in this series! It really gave a huge insight into his thoughts and the type of childhood he had! The plot also developed at a nice pace, but it did take me a while to read lol! I'm not sure why, but I felt like I didn't get very far whenever I sat down to read it lol! I did eventually finish it though and loved it a lot! The characters were also amazing and made this book even better! Tyler was the main character and this book was his story! Tyler was an intriguing character in the other books in this series, so I couldn't wait to get inside his head! My heart went out to Tyler in this book because it really showed how his childhood changed him and made him into the arrogant, misunderstood guy in the other books in this series! It was also interesting to see things through Tyler's eyes because it helped me understand and connect with him more! Eden was in this book as well and she was the love interest of Tyler! The first three books were written from her point of view! It was quite an experience to see Eden through Tyler's eyes because it showed how he felt about her and his feelings for her grow! I also still connected with Eden, but I guess it was slightly easier because I'd already read some of this story through her eyes lol! This book was only written from Tyler's point of view! I was obviously expecting this because the cover and synopsis say it's going to be and I already knew before I started reading it lol! I loved getting to go inside Tyler's head because he had such a complex childhood and acted out a lot, so it was amazing to get the chance to go inside his head and see what he went through to make him that way that he was! I'm really sad that Tyler and Eden's story is now officially over! I obviously wasn't expecting a fourth book lol, but it was a good way to wrap up the series and it really helped me understand Tyler more! I now can't wait to check out this author's standalone book and see what she's going to release next! I'll definitely be reading it and waiting for her next book! The cover for this book is also absolutely stunning! I love how well it suits the other UK covers and I love that the layout goes the opposite way to first three books! The cover suits the story perfectly too! Big thank you to Estelle and Ink Road for an early review copy of Just Don't Mention It and for having me on the Blog Tour!

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ESTELLE MASKAME started writing at the age of thirteen and completed the first three books in her international bestselling Did I Mention I Love You? series when she was sixteen. She is also the author of the “highly addictive” standalone novel Dare to Fall. Her YA fiction has attracted passionate, loyal fans all around the world, with rights sold in seventeen territories … and counting. Estelle won the Young Scot Arts Award in 2016, and was shortlisted for the Young Adult award at the Romantic Novel of the Year Awards. Estelle grew up in the fishing town of Peterhead, Scotland, where she lives with her family.

Release Boost: Crazy Stupid Love [Dirty Dicks 03] by K.L. Grayson!

There’s a special place in hell for a man like me—a man who shamelessly sleeps with his best friend’s little sister, knowing he’ll never be what she needs. A man who takes because the only thing he has to offer in return is a broken past that’s destined to destroy his future.

I was the kid who grew up on the wrong side of the tracks with shit parents and clothes that had been handed down one too many times. I stole to feed my sister, fought to protect her, and I’ll always be the guy your parents don’t want you to bring home.

So yeah, that’s me. Lincoln Bennett. Adley Allen’s walk on the wild side. Her dirty little secret. And I’m okay with that—ninety-nine percent of the time. Unfortunately today is in that one percent when it doesn’t sit well with me. For some strange reason, I want to be around to celebrate all of Adley’s successes. I want to be here when she gets her first job and take her out to dinner after her first shift. I want to be the one she depends on, the person she calls when she has a bad day. Or a great day. Or any kind of day.

I want more than her body. I want her heart. But men like me don’t get women like her.

At least not to keep.

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K.L. Grayson resides in a small town outside of St. Louis, MO. She is entertained daily by her extraordinary husband, who will forever inspire every good quality she writes in a man. Her entire life rests in the palms of six dirty little hands, and when the day is over and those pint-sized cherubs have been washed and tucked into bed, you can find her typing away furiously on her computer. She has a love for alpha-males, brownies, reading, tattoos, sunglasses, and happy endings…and not particularly in that order.

Friday, 22 June 2018

Release Day Blitz & Giveaway: Color Blind [Fans of Football 01] by Leigh Lennon!

A bond. A connection. Our difference in color didn’t matter; we were made for each other. A love so strong nothing could come between us—until someone did. Faced with an ultimatum, I made the only decision I could but it was never about skin color, for me. Saying good-bye to him left me in pieces, never to be the same without him.
Now, many years later, I am face to face with the man no one could ever compare to. The feelings I’ve pushed aside for him threaten to boil over. I must fight them. I can’t go back. I need to protect my family, myself.


Here I am, face to face with the one that got away, the one that abandoned me, the one no other woman could measure up to. I still need to know why she left. Did she leave me for her family money? Was it my skin color? She left by choice, leaving me broken. I’ve never been the same without her.
But now that she’s in front of me, I can’t let her get away again. My slightest touch leaves her covered in goose bumps. Liz is using everything she has not to give in. I hope she will. I need her to be mine, to once again be my Buttercup.

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Leigh Lennon is mother, veteran and a wife of a cancer survivor. Originally with a degree in education, she started writing as an outlet that has led to a deep passion. She lugs her computer with her as she crafts her next story. Her imaginary friends become real on her pages as she creates a world for them. She loves pretty nails, spikey hair and large earrings. Leigh can be found drinking coffee or wine, depending on the time of the day.


Thursday, 21 June 2018

Release Day Blitz, Review & Giveaway: Eye Contact by Stacey Grice!

Publication date: 21st June 2018
Paperback edition: -
Source: Kindle
Rating: 4.5 stars
Synopsis: Dr. Andie Fine lives, eats, and breathes her job as a trauma surgeon. Another day, another surgery, another life saved. That is, until the night a certain car accident victim lands on her operating room table. The strange connection she feels with this particular patient impacts her in every way.

Vaughn Bennett is a brilliant artist whose life has been defined by a specific pair of eyes for over twenty-years. The only piece of a girl he could remember from an experience he could never forget. Countless sketches and thousands of hours trying to capture her likeness have haunted him. Waking up from a coma in a hospital room is not how he thought he’d finally find her. With one look, he knew.

Andie is a career-focused, medical professional. Falling for a patient is out of the question, but Vaughn is determined to win her over. He elicits something in her that she’s never realized she was missing. No matter how hard she tries to fight it, he won’t stop until she’s his.

Until fate has a way of complicating things.

I read an ARC of this author's debut book way back in 2014 and I'm not sure why I didn't continue with the second book in the series! The author then approached me and asked me if I'd like to sign up for events for this book, so I decided to review because the synopsis intrigued me! I'm really happy I did because this book was really, really good! I will admit that there was a lot of description in this book, which I normally don't like, but all of it was relevant and added to the plot! The plot developed at a nice pace and it kept me wanting to read on and find out what was going to happen next! It started with a bit of a bang too and then had quite a few twist and turns as it progressed! The romance in the plot was also very beautiful and I liked that it developed slowly and it wasn't instant! The romance allowed for a few hot scenes too and they were pretty hot! The plot also went in a different direction that I was expecting and it got very emotional! The characters were also amazing and made this book even better! Andie was the main female character, and in this book she worked in a hospital, which meant that she worked long hours and worked very, very hard! This made me have a lot of respect for her! Andie was also easy for me to connect with and I didn't lose that connection with her! I liked that she got nervous around her love intertest at the beginning too and then her confidence grew! My heart also went out to Andie in this book, but I don't want to say too much because it's a spoiler! Vaughn was the main male character and love intertest of Andie! It actually took a while for Vaughn to actually come into this book, but that would be a spoiler if I told you why lol! I loved Vaughn when he was in this book though! He was such a sweetheart and I loved the way he was with Andie too! She was stubborn, but Vaughn refused to give up lol! It was easy to see Vaughn's feelings develop for Andie as well and he really cared for her! Vaughn had also been through a lot, but he had come a long way and made a good life for himself! I loved that this book was written from both Andie and Vaughn's point of views! I was hoping that it was going to be after I read the synopsis, so I'm really happy that it was! It added a lot to the plot, especially as the characters were going through their own issues and spent some time apart! It helped me connect more with both characters too! I can completely understand why this book is a standalone! I really wish that it wasn't because I would love to read more on Andie and Vaughn, but the ending was left at the perfect place for the characters and was very beautiful! All the questions raised in the plot were answered too! I still have one of this author's other releases to read and I'll definitely be reading it soon! I can't wait to find out what this author is going to release next too! The cover for this book is also perfect for it! It really suits the feel of the book and it matches the title perfectly too! It would make me click on it if I saw it whilst scrolling through Amazon too! Big thank you to Stacey and Give Me Books for an ARC of Eye Contact!

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Stacey Grice writes contemporary romance novels that will surely take you on an emotional roller coaster. Known for her dynamic characters, you’ll get a tale that’s raw and unapologetic. There will most always be angst mixed with sweet, humor balanced with grit, and a whole lot of REAL. She likes to take each reader on a journey of courtship with challenges, triumph, inspiration, and a few laughs as well.

She lives in Northeast Florida her husband and daughter and works full time as a Labor and Delivery nurse. When she’s not nursing and/or crafting stories, she can be found spending time with friends and family, people watching, enjoying great food, and reading or relaxing at her happy place—the beach.

Stacey absolutely LOVES to hear from her readers so be sure to follow her on social media and join her Facebook fan/readers’ group.


Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Release Day Blitz & Giveaway: Electric Blue Love by Rebecca Jenshak!

Here’s a thing I learned a long time ago… guys and girls don’t think about relationships the same way. Especially in college. So, when I caught the girl sitting next to me on the plane reading a magazine article on how to get out of the friend zone, I did something I never do – I got involved.

One look into her electric blue eyes and the darkness inside of me faded.
Light and hope radiated from her like a neon sign.

Guys like me know how to get the girl, but we rarely get to keep them.

Girls like me fade into the background. Nice, quiet, smart girls without the latest trendy clothes. My friendship with Court started as an opportunity to get inside the male mind, but it turned into so much more.

His touch sent current coursing through my veins.
His kiss jolted my heart.

But here is something I learned a long time ago… you can’t force people to love you back. No matter how much you long for them.

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Rebecca Jenshak is a self-proclaimed margarita addict, college basketball fanatic, and Hallmark channel devotee. A Midwest native transplanted to the desert, she likes being outdoors (drinking on patios) and singing (in the shower) when she isn't writing books about hot guys and the girls who love them.