Tuesday, February 28, 2017

NEW BOOK OUT!!- "Hear No Evil" by Jordan Ford

by Jordan Ford
Author Links: FacebookWebsiteInstagramGoodreads.
Penned Series: The Big Play Novels and The Brotherhood Trilogy.

Book 3, in The Brotherhood Trilogy
"Hear No Evil"
Genre: Young Adult, Mystery, Suspense, Contemporary, Social & Family Issues. 268 pages.
Price: $3.99 ebook (at time of post)
Book Link: Click Here
Riley Duncan is haunted by a past he can’t remember. Something happened in the isolated cabin he now calls home. Something deadly. And he can’t rest until he finds out what it is. 

Not wanting to burden anyone with his nonsensical nightmares, he keeps to himself until his contact in town, an intelligent girl he’s desperately trying not to fall for, reveals some long-buried evidence that will destroy everything he thought he knew about his family. 

Caitlin Powell is cursed with an overpowering curiosity. So when a gorgeous stranger shows up in her small town of Legacy, she is compelled to figure out his story. Something about his quiet way and shy smile works like a magnet to draw her in, and she soon finds herself caught up in a mystery from long ago. A mystery people in Legacy refuse to talk about.

Unearthing the truth is a scary business and the young couple soon find themselves caught in a game of life and death as enemies from the past come back to finish what they started a decade before.
Jordan Ford has a release day giveaway on her FB page.
Brotherhood Party
On March 15th, Click Here to join the online fun with other fans and the author.
Now Available ....
"See No Evil" (Book #1)- Click Here
Price$2.99 (at time of post)
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"Speak No Evil" (Book #2)- Click Here
Price$3.99 (at time of post)

Saturday, February 25, 2017

NEW BOOK OUT!!- "#FinishLine" by Cambria Hebert

by Cambria Hebert
Author Links: WebsiteFacebookTwitterGoodreads.
Penned Series: The Death Escorts Series, The Take It Off Series, The Heaven and Hell Series, Gearshark Series.
 AND single novels such as: Distant Desires and Blank.

Book 5, in The GearShark Series
Genre: M/M, Romance, Contemporary. 319 pages.
Price: $3.99 ebook (at time of post)
Book Link: Click Here

**NOTE: story is told in the POV of Hopper and Arrow with a special bonus section of Joey and Lorhaven**
Every race has a finish line. 
Where you go after you cross it is what matters most. 
And sometimes, that’s the most intriguing. 
Here at GearShark, we’ve featured lots of drivers. 
All of them are well acquainted with the finish line. 
And as race fans, we’re well acquainted with cheering as they cross it. 
What we aren’t privy to is riding shotgun, seeing where they drive once the race is over.
 Our interviews barely scratch the surface, offering just a glimpse of the men and women behind the wheel. 
The discovery of vanished Motocross sensation Jayson Hamilton, who has been right under our noses for years, proves secrets abound. 
It’s time to dig deep. Look beyond the racetrack at the drivers who continue to pique our interest. 
In addition to scoring an exclusive, all-access interview with the elusive Jayson Hamilton (his first and only since the death of his fellow racer and partner Matt Lewis), we’ve caught up with some of our most popular featured men and women in the racing world. 
Where are they now? 
Who are they now? 
What do these hot commodities do when they escape the spotlight?
Rumors of weddings, babies, and new tattoos swirl through the media on a weekly basis. 
And though we’re headlining the hashtag #Finishline, we’re far from finished. 
In fact, we’re just getting started. This newest issue of GearShark is jam packed with everything you’ve been dying to know… 
and it just might be our biggest page-turner yet.


Excerpt #1: http://eepurl.com/cBFr2j

Excerpt #2: http://eepurl.com/cBFnSj


Click Here
•One Starbucks Arrow Mug
•One Arrow Pillow 
 •One $10 Starbucks Gift Card
Now Available ....
"#Junkie" (Book #1)- Click Here
Price$3.99 (at time of post)
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"#Rev" (Book #2)- Click Here
Price$3.99 (at time of post)
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"#Swag" (Book #3)- Click Here
Price$4.99 (at time of post)
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"#Blur" (Book #4)- Click Here
Price$4.99 (at time of post)

Friday, February 24, 2017

Hey, It's A Release Blitz for "The Haunting of Tinley Hall" by Tania Hagan

by Tania Hagan

"The Haunting of Tinley Hall"
Genre:  Paranormal Romance.
Price: $2.99 ebook (at time of post)
Book Link: Click Here
Seventeen-year-old Tinley Hall takes a fall down the steep staircase in her family's restored Victorian home. When she becomes aware of her surroundings, she realizes she might be dead and she's not alone as her spirit haunts the old mansion that once was her home.

After meeting a handsome stranger, Tinley is forced to question if he's really a ghost and if she's really dead, but she knows something more complicated must be happening.
Will Tinley be able to pull herself through death's door, back into the land of the living? Or, will she even want to?

As feelings for her companion grow into an otherworldly love affair, Tinley must decide if she's actually found her soulmate or if she just imagined the whole thing. Either way, she’s about to face the most difficult choice of her life … and of her death.
I didn’t die easily. For me, death was pretty much like everything had been in my life—complicated and ambiguous.
The day was dragging out like any other day. My little sister had been whining to my mother about summer camp since the night before, so I did my best to avoid them. My best friend was planning to spend the night, and she and her brother had been hanging out in our pool most of the afternoon.
“I really hate him being here.” Ally rolled her eyes as she laid on her beach towel beside me. She nodded vaguely in her brother’s direction.
I looked across the pool at the boy who had just pulled his long, lean body out of the water on the deep end. He shook his head for a second, sending splashes of water everywhere. As he ran his hand through his damp, dark brown hair, I had the slightest urge to go rake my fingers through it too.
I batted away my thoughts. AJ Stockwell was the last boy I wanted to get mixed up with. Although he was undeniably gorgeous, he had run through a string of four girls during the last school year alone. When he wasn’t loving and leaving his girlfriends, he holed up in his room, building and painting ridiculous model boats. Besides all that, he was my best friend’s brother, so he was sort of off-limits from the get go.
“It’s fine, Al.” I rolled over on my stomach and straightened the back of my swimsuit bottoms. “He just cut the grass, so my dad invited him to take a swim. No big deal.”
“Ugh. It’s a big deal to me,” Ally complained. “I mean, I can’t talk about anything with him around.”
“Relax. He’ll be out of here soon, I’m sure.” I craned my neck, looking at AJ again. “Besides, he’s not bad to look at.”
“Oh, give me a break, Tinley.” Ally turned over on her belly as well. She leaned her shoulder against mine and brought her voice to a whisper. “Didn’t I tell you he just broke up with Amanda? After he dumped Natalie, and Sarah, and—”
“Yeah. I get it. You’ve warned me a thousand times about how much of a creep he is to girls. One cheerleader after another. I would never get involved with someone like him, even if he wasn’t related to you.”
“He’s like a psychopath or something. I swear. He dates these girls for, like, a minute, and then he dumps them. It’s like he’s test driving them or something.”
“Well, he’s pretty hot, so I guess he has that option.”
“Or, maybe, these girls get one look at his toy boat collection and run for the hills screaming.” Ally laughed and moved onto her knees. She stuffed her sunglasses and sunblock into her bag. “I don’t know about you, but I’ve had enough of this sun, and enough of you drooling over my disgusting brother. Let’s go up to your room. I want to check out my Instagram anyway.”
“Drooling? That’s extreme.” I flopped over onto my back again and sat up just as AJ walked by. “Oh. Hey.” I squinted up at him.
“You know I can hear every word you say, Ally? Your voice isn’t exactly the most discreet sound in the neighborhood.” AJ wrapped a towel around his waist as he stood there. “I have my reasons for everything I do, and spreading rumors about me only makes you look like an idiot.”
“It takes one to know one.” Ally jumped to her feet, spewing probably the oldest and dumbest comeback known to man.
“That’s just about the most juvenile thing I’ve heard you say, like, ever, Al.” AJ pulled on a tight gray t-shirt before he sat in a nearby deck chair. He nodded to me. “Hey, Tinley.”
Did he just blush? No, Tinley, that’s a sunburn.
“Hi.” I quickly threw on my cover-up before I stood up. “Um, thanks for doing the lawn.”
“No problem.” AJ shot me a gorgeous smile. The dimples on his cheeks seemed to ripple as he talked. “I know your dad’s been busy with that new book of his.”
“True.” I nodded. “I hate mowing, so it was either you or call the gardeners back.”
My parents had fired our weekly gardeners at the beginning of the summer. They were constantly leaving the back gate open, letting our Golden Retriever run free in the neighborhood.
My parents thought my twelve-year-old sister was too young to handle the lawn mower, and my dad had been busy lately writing his latest novel. Plus, my mom swore she had never mown a lawn in her life. So it was up to AJ or me. I always talked them into opting for AJ.
“Come on, Tinley.” Ally grabbed my hand and started tugging me away from the pool.
“I’ll see you around then.” AJ winked in my direction as we were leaving.
Ally dramatically rolled her eyes in response.
“If she sees you first, even from a mile away, I promise you won’t see her around,” she teased her brother.
“Again with the brilliant one-liners, Al.” AJ wadded up his towel and threw it under his arm. He touched my arm as he stood up. “Tell your folks I said thanks for letting me hang out by your pool.”
“I will.” I stood still, despite Ally yanking on my arm.
“Later.” AJ nodded to me one more time before he hopped our six-foot gate on his way out of our yard.
Ally and I tossed on our flip flops before we went through the back door. My mom was really fussy about not getting marks on the floors, especially from pool water. My dad had just restored the original hardwood throughout our Victorian-era, five-bedroom house the previous year. Homes like ours dotted the Chicago suburb of Waybridge, and my parents claimed ours was one of the most authentic restorations in the area.
I couldn’t have cared less about things like that. To me, the old home always felt drafty, and our heating and air never seemed to work as efficiently as the systems inside the modern subdivision houses. I always envied the homes where some of my friends lived on the outskirts of town. But, my parents were in love with ours, and my vote didn’t count much…
Author Links: Amazon PageFacebookTwitterGoodreads.

Tania Hagan was born in Illinois, but moved to Southern California as a young teen. She graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a degree in Social Science and Psychology.
She began her writing career shortly after school, when she wrote for a major business magazine. She also read the nightly business report for the company's TV news. At the same time, she produced, and reported for a weekly TV news magazine program.
After she was married, Tania and her husband moved back to the Chicago area, where she worked briefly as a stringer for a local newspaper. She also became a successful Realtor, and continued to write for online, as well as for print publications.
They have one beautiful daughter. Her dream of dreams is to eventually adopt many more children. Out of everything she's ever accomplished, she is most proud of being a mom.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Cover Reveal: "Break Me" (Corrupted Hearts Series, Book 2) by Tiffany Snow

Release Date: 
March 14, 2016

Genre: Contemporary, Romantic Suspense. 316 pages
 Pre-Order Price: $4.99 (at time of post)
Pre-Order Link: Click Here
Just a few weeks ago, computer prodigy China Mack’s typical night in involved Endor Star Wars pajamas and a sensible bedtime. Now she’s dating gorgeous tech guru Jackson Cooper—one of Forbes’s Top Ten Eligible Billionaires—much to the Twitterverse’s delight. 

 Turns out, going from socially inept hermit to poster girl for geek chic has its challenges. China’s relationship gets even more complicated because her role heading the top-secret Vigilance program—where she’s partnered with Superman clone Clark Slattery—makes her a target. And when ruthless businessman Simon Lu plans to co-opt Vigilance software to blackmail government and military employees, he’ll need China’s cooperation—willing or otherwise. 

 But not every enemy is so easily identified. Some hide in plain sight, in very high places, and mistaking foe for friend could be the last mistake China ever makes…
Now Available ....
"Follow Me" (Book #1)- Click Here
**Check out the Tour Post: Link Here**
Price$4.99 (at time of post)

Monday, February 20, 2017

$ALE Alert!! - "Mortal Beloved Time Travel Romance Box Set" by Pamela DuMond

"Mortal Beloved Time Travel 
Romance Box Set"
(Books 1 - 3: "The Messenger", "The Assassin", "The Seeker")
by Pamela DuMond
Price dropped as of February 20, 2016
from $5.99 to $0.99 (that's a 83% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

Saturday, February 18, 2017

SERIES $ALE- The Dark Cycle Series by Rachel A. Marks

"Darkness Brutal"
(The Dark Cycle, Book 1)
Price dropped as of February 18, 2017
from $4.99 to $0.99 (that's a 80% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here
Book Announcement Post: Link Here

"Darkness Fair"
(The Dark Cycle, Book 2)
Price dropped as of February 18, 2017
from $3.99 to $0.99 (that's a 75% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here
Book Review Post: Link Here

"Darkness Savage"
(The Dark Cycle, Book 3)
Price dropped as of February 18, 2017
from $4.99 to $0.99 (that's a 80% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here
Book Announcement Post: Link Here

Tuesday, February 14, 2017


Today is Valentine's Day and for us book lovers that means $ALES!! It just so happens that I snuck a peak at my laptop, and saw a lot of books on sale and for free. So grab a book in a series or a single novel and fall in love this Valentine's Day.

"In My Dreams"
(In My Dreams, Book 1)
by Cameo Renae
from $3.99 to $0.99 (that's a 75% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

"The Secret Life of a Witch"
(Mystic Willow Bay, Witches Series, Book 1)
by Jessica Sorensen
from $3.99 to $0.99 (that's a 75% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

"The Midnight Sea"
(The Fourth Element, Book 1)
by Kat Ross
from $2.99 to FREE (that's a 100% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

"Capture the World"
by R.K. Ryals
from $2.99 to FREE (that's a 100% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

"The Best I Could Do"
by R.K. Ryals
from $2.99 to FREE (that's a 100% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

"Hawthorne & Heathcliff"
by R.K. Ryals
from $2.99 to FREE (that's a 100% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

"Underneath It All"
by Ysa Arcangel
from $3.99 to FREE (that's a 100% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

"Changing Scenes"
(Changing Teams Series, Book 2)
by Jennifer Allis Provost
from $3.99 to FREE (that's a 100% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

by S.J. Pierce
from $2.99 to $0.99 (that's a 66% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

"Curse of the Sphinx"
(Curse of the Sphinx, Book 1)
by Raye Wagner
from $2.99 to $0.99 (that's a 66% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

"Get Real"
by Tellulah Darling
from $3.03 to $0.99 (that's a 67% Price Drop)
Book Link: Click Here

"Tangled Ivy Trilogy"
(In His Shadow, Shadow of A Doubt, Out of the Shadows)
by Tiffany Snow
ALL novels went from $3.99 to $0.99 (that's a 75% Price Drop)
Series Link: Click Here

Monday, February 6, 2017

Hey, It's A Book Blitz for "Romeo and What’s Her Name" by Shani Petroff

by Shani Petroff
"Romeo and What’s Her Name"
Genre:  Young Adult, Romance Contemporary, Romance. 224 pages.
Price: $7.09 ebook (at time of post)
Book Link: Click Here
Understudies never get to perform
. . . which is why being Juliet’s understudy in the school’s yearly “Evening with Shakespeare” is the perfect role for Emily. She can earn some much-needed extra credit while pursuing her main goal of spending time with Wes, aka Romeo, aka the hottest, nicest guy in school (in her completely unbiased opinion). 

And she meant to learn her lines, really, it’s just:
a) Shakespeare is HARD,
b) Amanda, aka the “real” Juliet, makes her run errands instead of lines, and
c) there’s no point because Amanda would never miss the chance to be the star of the show.

Then, Amanda ends up in the hospital and Emily, as the (completely unprepared!) understudy, has to star opposite the guy of her dreams. Oops?
I stood there like a lump, waiting for my line. Finally, I turned toward Kayla and repeated, “I said, LOUDER-ETH.”
She fed me the line again. Supercrazy loud this time. “I would not for the world.”
It was so loud, the crowd heard it and started to laugh. Not the snickers from before, but those evil, full belly laughs people get when watching home videos of someone getting kicked in the groin. Wes was going to hate me for putting him through this. This torture needed to end.
“Methinks,” I said, “I could use-eth a book-eth.” Come on, Kayla. Take the hint. “You know-eth. A BOOK-ETH where-est I can recite-eth beauteous words to thee . . . thou . . . whatever. I NEED THE BOOK-ETH.”
As I was shouting that last book-eth, I got my wish. The script came sailing from off stage left and hit me in the back of the head. “Ow,” I unintentionally yelled, to the delight of the crowd. It weighed a ton.
“Sorry,” Kayla whispered. “My bad.”
I didn’t care. I’d get over the pain faster than the embarrassment I was suffering. I was just happy to have the script. At least I was until I realized Kayla hadn’t bookmarked the page I needed. It was the complete works of Shakespeare. There was no way I would find the right page. Not to mention that since the book was with me, Kayla couldn’t even feed me lines anymore. R&J wasn’t a tragedy. My life was.
I was so flunking English.
“Would thou like some help, my sweet Juliet?”
Did Wes just call me sweet? I swung around to face him, but I wasn’t paying attention to where I was stepping and my foot went right off the balcony. Wes lunged forward to catch me, but why would anything go right for me? So instead of Wes stopping me from hitting the floor, I took him down with me.
I was lying on top of Wes Rosenthal. Only, this was not like any of my daydreams. This was mortifying. I rolled off him and jumped up. “Are you okay?” I was visibly shaking.
Wes stood up, too. “Don’t worry-eth, Juliet,” he said without any anger in his voice. He even smiled at me. For a second I thought that meant he didn’t hate me for the craziness I was causing. But then I remembered he was acting. He actually took what he was doing seriously, and right now his part called for him to be in love with Juliet.
Wes said some line I assumed was to get us back on track. But I had no response. I couldn’t take it anymore. The laughter of the audience. The panic coursing through my body. The thought of making Wes suffer more. It needed to end.
So I did the only thing I could think of—something super Elizabethan. I put the back of my and to my forehead, pretended to swoon, and let my whole body fall back to the ground with a loud thump.
“I am so sorry-eth, Romeo.”
“It’s okay.” He sat down on the ground next to me and took my hand. I felt little sparks fly through me.
I shook my head. I couldn’t let him go through this anymore. “No, I know how-eth this play end-eth. I think I shall stab-eth myself now to save-eth us both.”
“Finally,” someone in the audience yelled out.
I picked up an imaginary dagger and began to plunge it into my heart.
“No,” Wes said, stopping me before I committed imaginary suicide. “Our story is not over yet. So let’s just say, ‘Parting is such sweet sorrow, that I shall say good night ‘til it be morrow.’”
I was pretty sure that was supposed to be my line. But I decided I probably shouldn’t point that out. Then he stood up and walked off the stage.
After a moment, someone finally took mercy on me and brought the stage lights down.

The scene was over. But I knew all too well that my embarrassment was just beginning.
Shani Petroff
Author Links: Website / Goodreads / Facebook / Twitter

Shani Petroff is a writer living in New York City. She's the author of the “Bedeviled” series, which includes Daddy’s Little Angel, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Dress, Careful What You Wish For, and Love Struck, and is the co-author of the "Destined" series which includes Ash and Ultraviolet. She also writes for television news programs and several other venues. When she’s not locked in her apartment typing away, she spends a whole lot of time on books, boys, TV, daydreaming, and shopping online.