Monday, August 19, 2019

Review- Can't Help Falling in Love by Bella Andre


Gabe Sullivan risks his life every day as a firefighter in San Francisco. But after learning a brutal lesson about professional boundaries, he knows better than to risk his heart to his fire victims ever again. Especially the brave mother and daughter he saved from a deadly apartment fire...and can't stop thinking about.

Megan Harris knows she owes the heroic firefighter everything for running into a burning building to save her and her seven-year-old daughter. Everything except her heart. Because after losing her navy pilot husband five years ago, she has vowed to never suffer through loving - and losing - a man with a dangerous job again.

Only, when Gabe and Megan meet again and uncontrollable flames of desire ignite between them, how can he possibly ignore her courage, determination, and beauty? And how can she deny not only his strong bond with her daughter.but the way his sweetly sensual kisses are challenging her to risk everything she's been guarding for so long?

This winter, if one - or both - of them aren't careful, they just might end up falling in love.


Can't Help Falling in Love is the third book in Bella Andre's Sullivans series. This is Gabe's story who is the youngest Sullivan and a fire fighter. I have to admit that I wasn't very much impressed with Gabe before starting the book because I already have other favorites and he wasn't one of them. But still, Can't Help Falling in Love turned out to be a good read.

The story starts off with Gabe saving Megan and her daughter Summer from a horrible fire. Megan is grateful to Gabe but knows that she would never again fall for a man who works so dangerously for a living. Similarly, Gabe has had an awful experience with one of the previous victims he saved from a fire. So now he does all he can to stay away from them.

I liked how well developed Gabe and Megan were as characters. They both had pasts and history which made them what they were in the present. Both of them had issues to deal with and things to get over from. I liked how Gabe was protective of Megan's daughter Summer. The bond they shared was really sweet. Megan was just as nice, a strong mother trying the best she could.

Bella Andre always writes the most believable romance with amazing chemistry and that was again the case with Megan and Gabe. They were really denying their feelings for each other in the beginning but the sparks were flying between them. Summer's scheming to get Gabe and Megan together was a little silly but it worked.

Though Can't Help Falling in Love was a pretty typical read I liked it. I am more excited for Sophie Sullivan's story which is next but I like to go in order while reading a series so Megan and Gabe's book had to come first. I liked Can't Help Falling in Love.

Friday, August 16, 2019

Join us on Instagram for our 7th Blogoversary Celebration Giveaways!

Hello, guys! Yes, you read the title right. We are celebrating our 7th blogoversary! 

Both Janhvi and I find it difficult to believe that we've been blogging since seven years. It would not have been possible without the love and support we have received from you guys over the years. You've all been a huge motivating factor that kept us going. So we would love to take this opportunity to say a big THANK YOU to you all! 

You know our celebration is never complete without a giveaway. This time, we are hosting 4 giveaways for you all where four lucky Indian readers stand the chance of winning 2 books each. All giveaways will be held on our Instagram so make sure you follow us there! 

Follow us on Instagram @thereaddicts for more information about the giveaways!

We would love to thank you once again and see you on Instagram! Happy reading! 

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Blog Tour- Love and Other Mistakes by Jessica Kate

On Tour with Prism Book Tours

Book Tour Grand Finale for
Love and Other Mistakes
By Jessica Kate

We hope you enjoyed the tour! If you missed any of the stops, including the Q&A at
each stop of the tour, you'll find snippets, as well as the link to each full post, below:

"I liked sooooo very much about this book. I found myself literally LOL-ing at times, to the startled reactions of those around me (on the train or at the nail salon). The author is downright hilarious, and I appreciated how she incorporated humor into some very serious topics."

Describe your book in 25 words or less.

To land her dream internship, a woman must nanny her ex-fiancé’s infant son and deal with his troubled teenage niece.

(I have five words left, so–) sassy, love/hate, comedy, drama.

"Jessica Kate has written a novel that many teens can relate to. On one level it is about relationships and forgiveness. On another level it is about God’s love for us even when we think no one loves us and the people who should care the most about us fail. . . . I would not hesitate to add this to my K-12 Christian school library. It is appropriate for high school age and adults."

"This is a delightfully, entertaining novel addressing the topics of love, betrayal, facing problematic situations, forgiveness and other Christian ethics."

Did you have a favorite character in this novel and who is it?

Jessica: This is a weird answer, but NICK! I know, he’s not a main character, but this teen math nerd has a Nirvana T-shirt, knows how to hot wire a car, and raises baby chickens as a surprise to cheer up his mother. He’s such a sweetie pie!

Bookworm Lisa - Review

"I really enjoyed this story of love, forgiveness, loss, and compassion. The characters are complicated and the author does a great job of describing them, how they are feeling, and moving them forward in a positive way. . . . I appreciated how they came back to their faith and trusted God to help see them through."

SLB: What inspired the idea for this story?

Jessica Kate: ​Complicated answer! The actual plot – entirely fictional. But the emotional journeys? I started writing this book at 22, working a job that didn’t lead anywhere, single, and unsure where I fit in life. I felt like I was missing out on my purpose—and so did my main character, Natalie.

"For a debut novel I thought that one was pretty impressive and I liked that author had characters from various age groups and blended them perfectly within the pages of this book. A story of family and friends and how at times we have to make sacrifices to help not only your loved ones but those who are need of help. too. . . . Overall this storyline is much more tender than I thought it would be and that's just fine with me. I like the writing of Jessica Kate and I will read more of her work."

Radiant Light - Review

"This book met all the things I adore in an inspirational rom-com. Jessica Kate handles tough subjects and real relationships well. The inspirational thread is woven throughout the book like a beautiful ribbon. I highly recommend this book."

"It was dramatic narrative interwoven with romance, forgiveness and sense of family. It was interesting to read about the challenges in Natalie, Jem and Lilli's lives and how they overcome their hardships and past. I would recommend reading it."

"In the midst of all the drama and heavy issues was just the right amount of humor to keep it a lighter and more entertaining read. . . . I personally really enjoyed it. It was still clean, just more real. As such, I could see that it could appeal also to a wider audience who might not generally prefer Christian fiction as well. This is a great, quick read that I would certainly recommend, and I cannot wait to see what Jessica Kate has in store for us next!"

I'm Into Books - Spotlight

Q. Do you write full time or do you also have another job outside of being a wonderful author?

A. I work full-time as a training developer at a small bank. It’s fun getting to use my creativity in a team context, especially when we make training videos. I like to pretend I’m Steven Spielberg 😉

Backing Books - Review

"I do think that this is a really good read. Natalie and Jem are an adorable couple, taking care of an adorable baby, and Lili is an amazingly relatable teenager. And the heavy, emotional scenes are balanced well with lighthearted moments that show the brighter side of life. There were a few moments which seemed unrealistic, but those played more into the comedic side of the story, making them easier to roll with."

Among the Reads - Spotlight

Jessica, what would you like your readers to take away from Love and Other Mistakes?

Hope! Life, family and love can all be messy and scary—but God is bigger than the mess and brings us love and joy!

Uplifting Reads - Review

"There is a lot going on in this story! . . . In a way, these problems almost made the story seem a bit more realistic, because we often get plagued with multiple life events that cause stress and chaos. Life is not pretty; it is messy. . . . I also want to point out that while this is listed as a Christian contemporary romance, you are not going to have Christianity shoved down your throat. To me it was more of a way at looking at how even Christians do not have perfect lives. But these people are, at the same time, using their faith to help them through. . . . So I think readers who are not necessarily interested in Christian romances would also enjoy this one."

Wishful Endings - Spotlight

What is one piece of advice your character, Natalie, would give us about love?

Natalie at the start of the book would bark a slightly bitter laugh and shrug, then change the subject.

Natalie at the end of the book would say that if you don’t understand how God loves you (and that your value has nothing to do with your good works or mistakes), then it’ll make your relationships much harder.

It’s when you get that clear understanding from God about your own value, then that love can more easily spill over to others.

"Natalie Groves has big dreams and hopes but, when her fiancé, Jeremy Walters, suddenly breaks up with her, she felt lost. Her father was then diagnosed with cancer, which left Natalie struggling to keep her family afloat while nursing her broken heart. With her grand plans in the rearview mirror, Natalie's relationship with God is also stilted. . . . Overall, I think it's a decent read for young adults."

"This was a good debut novel! I loved the author's writing style and voice! . . . I don't often remember quotes or make note of them, but this one really stood out to me and touched my heart. "The truth is you are far more than a job, a ministry, or even a calling. You are a person created and saved by God, no matter what your job is or what you do in life."

Overall, this is a good story."

1)What inspired you to first start writing this book?

The original seed of an idea was a story about a man and a woman who were raising a kid, but they weren’t a couple. From that I got the idea of Natalie nannying her ex-fiancé's son and it all grew from there!

I adore love/hate stories, so the idea of ex’s having to work together is one I find endlessly entertaining! :D

Splashes of Joy - Review

"This is a nice and interesting read. There is a lot going on in this story. . . . The author handles each situation going on in the story really well. . . . Overall, this debut novel is pretty good. It’s fun to read, and will keep you entertained for quite a few hours. I really think the younger generation would love this book, as in late teens and early 20’s."

"Love and Other Mistakes is a good read. It has some cute, fun, and delightful moments that made me laugh out loud. There were some tearing up moments that made me want to grab the tissues. . . . I believe it is worth a read."

Love and Other Mistakes
By Jessica Kate
Christian Contemporary Romance
Paperback, Audiobook & ebook, 352 Pages
July 30th 2019 by Thomas Nelson

Jessica Kate’s hilarious, romantic debut novel proves that some mistakes—including love—are begging to be made again and again.

Natalie Groves once had big dreams. But soon after her fiancé, Jeremy Walters, inexplicably broke off their engagement and left town, her father was diagnosed with cancer. Now tasked with keeping her family afloat, Natalie’s grand plans have evaporated . . . and God feels very far away.

Fast-forward seven years, and Jeremy is back in Charlottesville with an infant son and years of regrets. When his niece, Lili, lands on his doorstep in need of a place to stay, Jeremy needs help—and fast.

An internship opening finally presents Natalie a chance at her dream job, but she needs a second income to work around it—and the only offer available is Jeremy’s. They could be the solutions to one another’s problems, provided they don’t kill each other in the process. When they join forces, sparks fly. But they both know there’s a thin line between love and hate . . . and that love will turn out to be the best decision—or the biggest mistake—of all.

Praise for the Book

“A stunning debut . . . This tale of love and redemption will stay with you long after you've closed the book. A must-read.” —Rachel Hauck, New York Times bestselling author of The Wedding Dress

“Witty. Charming. Heartfelt. I could go on and on about Jessica Kate’s debut novel. From its highly relatable characters to its pitch-perfect dialogue, Love and Other Mistakes is a delightful, romantic read filled with just the right amount of sass. I lost count of the number of times I laughed out loud as I watched Natalie and Jem navigate their relationships, careers, and faith. Definitely one of the most enjoyable books I've read lately, and I can't wait to see what’s next from Jessica Kate!” —Melissa Tagg, Carol Award–winning author of Now and Then and Always and the Walker Family series

Love and Other Mistakes wraps a poignant and warm look at relationships within a smart, sly, and knowing comedic voice. Readers of Sally Thorne and Bethany Turner will be immediately at home with Natalie: an all-too-real heroine who balances whip-smart agency with an endearing vulnerability and whose intersection with long-lost Jeremy helps her forge a path to confidence and discover the woman she was always meant to be. Kate’s unputdownable debut recognizes that all human relationships—familial, friendship, romantic—are worth the keen eye and clever insight of her talented pen.” —Rachel McMillan, author of the Van Buren and DeLuca Mysteries

“If you’re looking for a story with sass on top of style, or a fresh voice pumped full of fun, you need to read Love and Other Mistakes. Then after you’ve enjoyed this—and I’m confident you will—make a date with whatever this exciting new author writes next!” —David Rawlings, author of The Baggage Handler

Bookstagram Tour

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About the Author

Australian author Jessica Kate is obsessed with sassy romances. 

She packs her novels with love, hate, and everything in between—and then nerds out over her favorite books, movies and TV in the StoryNerds podcast. When she’s not writing or discussing fiction, she’s hunting the world for the greatest pasta in existence.

Her debut novel Love and Other Mistakes releases July 2019, while A Girl’s Guide to the Outback hits shelves in January 2020.

Receive her sassy short The Kiss Dare FREE when you sign up for her newsletter at StoryNerds podcast is available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and here.

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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Release Event- Holding On by Kiki Malone

🔥🔥 HOLDING ON by Kiki Malone is LIVE! One-click today!! 🔥🔥



Carter Montgomery knows exactly what he wants and needs in life. A wife. A home. A family. And lastly, a career. Just when he thought he had it all and would soon be checking off each of those boxes, everything changed.   A girl can only take so much before she loses hope and resigns herself to a life that is nothing like the one she’d dreamed of, but everything can change in a moment, for better or worse. One call is all it takes for me. One call to help someone and I’m staring face-to-face with the picture of a life my heart desperately yearns for. A life I wasn’t sure was in the cards for me, but could I be wrong?   Maybe there is that “someone special” for everyone.   The question is, how do you actually know they’re the one when you’ve been wrong before and have the scars to prove it?   Everything can change in a moment and holding on is the only option.





 Kiki Malone is giving away a signed paperback and some swag along with it! For a chance to win, head over to her author page and post a picture of Holding On on your device!


  KiKi Malone has dreamed of writing for many years. Through many challenges, she’s finally decided to put everything aside and make her dreams a reality. She’s been an active part of the reading community for years and finally had the courage to bring her own stories to life.   With the help and support of her family and friends, she strives to bring you the best of herself and her fictional worlds.   When KiKi isn’t dreaming and writing, she’s working her day job scrambling numbers together, creating elaborate spreadsheets and reports.   She loves reading, relaxing, her cats, and the winter. There’s nothing better in her world that cuddling up in the corner of the couch with a hot cup of coffee, her blanket, her cats, and a good book.   KiKi likes to mix it up, writing both romance and drama. Sometimes she’ll mix it all up together and sometimes, she’ll just give you one or the other.   Some of KiKi’s works are written from vivid dreams of things that never happened, yet others have some real life mixed in to bring some reality to her stories.   KiKi is a mother and it's been the best and most rewarding job title she's ever held.   KiKi’s first book, Holding On, brought something out of her she could only dream of. And that was to finally finish something she started. 


Tuesday, August 13, 2019

(Late) Release Day Blitz- The Secret by J.L. Beck & C. Hallman

Today we have a release blitz for THE SECRET by J. Beck & C. Hallman! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today!

Title: THE Secret

Author: J. Beck & C. Hallman

Genre: Contemporary Romance

About The Secret:

Secrets… they can make or break you.   I would know. I’m hiding the biggest secret of all. My scars are so much more than skin deep. They consume me, control me.   Then I meet him, Clark Jefferson. Six foot two inches of greek god hotness, with a smile that’ll make your panties disappear. He wears a clear warning label: Heartbreaker, and if I was smart I would stay away from him.   With my past, my secrets nothing could ever come of being with a man like him. Still I cannot ignore the feelings he stirs inside me. He frightens me and excites me all at once. He makes me want to break free of the suffocating fear that claims my heart.   Our meeting isn’t fate though, he needs me as much as I need him, and so we strike a deal. He’ll be my fake boyfriend and I’ll help him get out of trouble with his dad.   But secrets can’t remain secrets forever and as I grow closer to Clark my feelings for him grow too. Soon the line between fake and real blurs and when the past I’ve been running from finally catches up with me I’ll have to confess to Clark the truth or let go of a love that was only ever supposed to be fake.   **This is book three in the North Woods University Series. It can be read as a complete standalone and contains NO cliffhanger, NO cheating, and a HEA. Please be advised this series contains material not suitable to all readers. This is NOT a YA series.**  

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“Please don’t look at me like that…” I slur. “Please leave… just… leave me alone,” she pleads and my heart breaks at her words. That’s what my mom used to tell me. She asked me to leave her alone and I listened to her. Maybe if I hadn’t listened to her and listened to my gut instead she would still be here, alive. “I won’t leave you,” I tell her, shaking my head, determination coating my words. “But please don’t look at me like I’m going to hurt you. Please, don’t be scared of me.” “You’re dunk,” she points out and that wild look in her eyes overtakes her features now. She continues taking small steps backwards, retreating further into the room, further away from me. I want her close, in my arms, safe, secure. It’s the strangest, but truest emotion I’ve ever felt before. “Yes… I had something to drink, but that doesn’t change the fact that I would never hurt you. I can control myself,” I sigh and set the plate down on top of the dresser “You’re scaring me,” she admits, her voice small and shaky. I don’t know who hurt her, but in that moment I vowed to myself to find out. I will find out who did this to her and then I will make them pay. It’s obvious she was powerless, weak, but she’s not anymore. She has me now, and I’ll protect her, defend her till my last breath. I know this without even thinking. Holding my hands up, with my palms showing, I try to calm her like I would a scared animal. “You don’t have to be scared of me. Not ever,” I assured her. “I just want… I want you to feel safe. You don’t have to be scared here. I promise I’ll keep you safe. No one will hurt you, least of all me.”  

About J.L. Beck & C. Hallman:

J.L. Beck & C. Hallman are two ladies with a love for coffee, books, and the bad boys who live inside them.   They’re a dynamic duo who love writing all genres of romance, from erotica, to suspense. To date they’ve written ten books together and don’t plan to stop any time soon.   When they aren’t writing you can find them making jokes, discussing their next book, arguing over cover photos, and of course drinking more coffee.   They’re humble, and truly blessed to have found such amazing readers.

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Monday, August 12, 2019

Review- Echoes of Scotland Street by Samantha Young


Shannon MacLeod has always gone for the wrong type of man. After she drifted from one toxic relationship to the next, her last boyfriend gave her a wakeup call in the worst possible way. With her world shattered, she’s sworn off men—especially those of the bad-boy variety.

Cole Walker is exactly the sort that Shannon wants to avoid—gorgeous, tattooed, charming, and cocky. But his rough exterior hides a good man who’s ready to find “the one.” He’s determined to pull Shannon from her self-imposed solitude and win her heart.

As Shannon opens up in the face of Cole’s steady devotion, the passion between them ignites to blazing levels. But when Shannon’s past comes back to haunt her, her fears may destroy the trust Cole has built between them—and tear them apart for good…

Release date: October 7th 2014
Published by: NAL
Page numbers: 331


I have been following the On Dublin Street series by Samantha Young since the beginning. Cole Walker has easily been one of my most favorite characters in the series so I was really excited for Echoes of Scotland Street. I will say the book was good but it wasn't brilliant like some of its predecessors. 

Shannon has had a horrible past where relationships are concerned. She always goes for the wrong man. She's here for a new start in Edinburgh but what she doesn't expect is to come face to face with Cole Walker at her work place. I really didn't like Shannon. She was very judge mental in the beginning and I  didn't like her behavior towards Cole.

It did improve as the misunderstandings between them got cleared but I didn't love her like say Joss or Olivia. Cole works as a tattoo artist where Shannon has just got a job. I found Cole to be a really nice and genuine guy. He was still the sweet guy we'd met before, just the grown up version. But I did feel at the end Cole should have been more understanding of Shannon's situation.

The chemistry between Cole and Shannon is present from the moment they meet. Samantha Young has a certain charm while writing romance and it comes through in the book. The book goes from Shannon's point of view and I really wish we'd get the guy's pov too for a change. It would make understanding things much better. Also, I felt it was necessary here and I felt restricted reading only from Shannon's point of view.

We also get to meet the whole gang in this book. It was a  little weird looking at a 42 year old Braden from Shannon's point of view. I am not liking the huge time gaps in this series. We also get to meet Logan, Shannon's brother who looks like he'll be getting the next book. Echoes of Scotland Street was a good read, if not the best.

Friday, August 09, 2019

Blog Tour- Away in the Woods by Heather Mullins

Title: Away in the Woods
Author: Heather Mullins
Genre: Mystery, Crime
Cover Designer: Freya Barker
Editor: Eden Rose
Hosted by: Lady Amber's PR

Blurb: Angelo Baldoni wants nothing more than to enjoy the temporary distraction of small town life and win back the woman he loves.  But vicious wounds from his past will not be granted time to heal before the  shackles of violence clamp down once more. Women are being hunted for sport, their bodies strung up like trophies. Any evidence found at the crime scene leads only to more questions. Every clue proving to be yet another dead-end. Knowing Angelo’s background as a Homicide Detective, the local Sheriff seeks his help to catch the killer.
Will calling in Bobby and Nate, his trusted team, be enough to help Angelo solve the case before the body count rises? Or will his chance at happiness be left dangling in the breeze, as one of his own finds themselves caught in the killers noose?

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Heather Mullins has always loved to read and has been writing poems and stories since childhood. She truly enjoys doing so much with other indie authors and fully supports this outstanding community. She uses her outgoing opinionated personality to help write and run multiple blogs.
Heather graduated in June 2017 with her Bachelors in Human services. She is now working on specializing in substance abuse counseling. She's an Air Force Veteran and is honored to have served her country.
Heather supports many different groups that help out other veterans.
She is a mother of 3 wonderfully crazy kids and has been married for 16 years. When she isn't playing taxi she is living vicariously through the lives of characters in any number of books.

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Chapter 1


I release her letting her think she has a chance. I don't even bother chasing her; she's running the wrong way. This forest has always been my safe haven and I know it like the back of my hand. It's only a matter of time before I’ll hear the sweet sound of agony echo among the trees.
It's all about the hunt and I'm out for blood.
Hours go by before I finally hear it - the pain of defeat. It took this bitch longer than I anticipated. She's a fighter ... my favorite. It's no fun when they just lie there. It’s starting to get dark but with a little pep in my step, I slowly head toward her cries. The fun is about to begin ... Well for me anyway.
The fear in her eyes as I walk up makes me smile knowing that horror is for me. She steps into one of my bear traps in just the right way that her ankle’s broken and her calf is sliced open causing blood to run down. The blood is creating a beautiful pool in the dirt. If I left, her here the wild animals would have a field day. Maybe next time.
Kneeling, I grab the whore by her hair. "Look at what you went and did, how are you going to run now, little girl?"
She spits in my face but doesn't answer the question. She’ll be taught it's not okay to be rude.
“Now, that’s not very nice.” Smacking the cunt across the face, she whimpers.
Unlocking the trap causes my prey to scream out. Lifting my catch over my shoulders, I carry her back to my hunting cabin.
“Someone please help me!” She screams loudly in my ear. Pulling out my hunting knife, I give her a quick shallow jab. The serrated edge barely cuts into her side, but it does the job, she shuts up.
“No one can hear you out here, we’re miles away from anyone, so yell all you want just not in my ear.”
Defeated my catch goes limp and sobs.
Darkness has fallen by the time I reach the cabin. I carry her inside, placing her clumsily on my cleaning table. There’s no need to tie her up yet; she’s not going anywhere. As I begin to prep the things that I will need to ensure everything goes smoothly, my phone beeps, I’ve got a pickup.
“Well, my dear, it looks like you may have a roommate.”   

Thursday, August 08, 2019

Cover Reveal- We Were Forever by Brandi Aga

🔥🔥 Check out Brandi Aga’s hot cover! We Were Forever is releasing on August 27th! Preorder today!! 🔥🔥


My marriage is healing, and my baby girl is growing like a weed. So why does it seem like all good things are coming to an end?

Prison changes a man--or maybe he was always this corrupt and I was just too blind to see the monster hidden beneath the chains.

He still wants me but he can't have me.

It's about time someone showed him you don't always get what you want, and I'm going to be the one to do it.

Designer: Jay Aheer, Simply Defined Art
Photography: Paul Jamnicky Photography
Model: Chris Fleming



Brandi Aga is a stay at home mom of two boys and three cats. She spends her free time reading, writing, and online gaming with her husband of eleven years. Her love for books quickly escalated the need to tell her own stories. Dark, taboo, and dystopian romance are her favorites, but she reads a little bit of everything. Feel free to reach out and stalk her on all platforms to say hi and keep up with future new releases!



Brandi will be giving away a $20 Amazon Gift Card and a signed paperback. Please head to her FB page to enter.

Wednesday, August 07, 2019

Waiting on Wednesday #287

"Waiting On Wednesday" is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spines, that spotlights upcoming releases we're eagerly anticipating. 

All the Bad Apples by Moira Fowley-Doyle
Publication Date: August 1st, 2019


The day after the funeral all our mourning clothes hung out on the line like sleeping bats. 'This will be really embarrassing,' I kept saying to my family, 'when she shows up at the door in a week or two.'

When Deena's wild and mysterious sister Mandy disappears - presumed dead - her family are heartbroken. But Mandy has always been troubled. It's just another bad thing to happen to Deena's family. Only Deena refuses to believe it's true.

And then the letters start arriving. Letters from Mandy, claiming that their family's blighted history is not just bad luck or bad decisions - but a curse, handed down through the generations. Mandy has gone in search of the curse's roots, and now Deena must find her. What they find will heal their family's rotten past - or rip it apart forever.

What are you waiting on? :)

Tuesday, August 06, 2019

Cover Reveal- Kylest's Reign by Michelle Dare

Title: Kylest’s Reign
Author: Michelle Dare
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance
Cover Designer: Regina Wamba at Mae I Design
Publication Date: August 30th, 2019


As fae prince, Kylest, treated protecting his people as a sacred honor and duty. His sister’s unexplained disappearance dealt a blow to his heart and pride. He would leave no stone unturned in his search for her.
Raven, a common fae, never dreamed Prince Kylest would ask her to help find the princess. Turning him down never crossed her mind. For Raven, a chance to serve the royal family was a special privilege.
They searched high and low, spending every moment together. Kylest tried to stay focused, but somewhere along the way, Raven became more than just a friend. He wanted more. He wanted her to be his.
Fate worked in mysterious ways, even if it had terrible timing.
The princess was still missing. Chaos erupted. Enemies resurfaced. The only way Kylest and Raven would emerge unscathed was to admit love made them stronger together.

Michelle Dare is a romance author. Her stories range from sweet to sinful and from new adult to fantasy. There aren’t enough hours in the day for her to write all of the story ideas in her head. When not writing or reading, she’s a wife and mom living in eastern Pennsylvania. One day she hopes to be writing from a beach where she will never have to see snow or be cold again.

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