Blog Tour: “Linger” by Lauren Jameson (Excerpt) + #Giveaway

linger-blogtour

Welcome to Book Lovin’ Mamas virtual stop on Lauren Jameson’s Linger Blog Tour brought to you by InkSlinger PR.

Scrolls

Linger

Linger

Author: Lauren Jameson

Publishing Date: 9/2/14

Publisher: NAL Trade

Genre: Erotic Romance

Goodreads

From the author of Breathe and Blush comes a blisteringly hot new novel about baring it all.…

On her last night in Nevada before embarking on a yearlong veterinary internship, Scarlett Malone is celebrating—and looking for one night of incredible pleasure. But the man who draws her eye is not her usual type: He’s a cowboy whose alpha-male tendencies tempt her beyond belief. Scarlett can’t understand why she wants this man and no one else, but she’s determined to entice him to submit.…

Dr. Logan Brody lives an isolated life in rural Montana, running a ranch and suppressing his submissive tendencies. Only on his occasional trips does he give into his hidden urges. He can’t deny his scorching attraction to Scarlett or that she makes him want more, but he never lets anyone break him down fully. He’s hers for one night and one night only.

But when Scarlett shows up at Logan’s door as his intern for the year, he realizes that the walls around his heart are about to crumble—and that this sexy dominant woman has no intention of letting him keep control.…

Purchase at Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | iTunes

ExcerptNew1_edit

Continue reading

ARC Review: “Debt Inheritance” by Pepper Winters

debt inheritance coverDebt Inheritance

(Indebted #1)

Author: Pepper Winters

Publishing Date: August 18, 2014

Genre: Dark Erotic Romance

Source: TRSOR Promotions (from Author)

Warning: Please note this is book one of a series. It is a Dark Romance that will unfold slowly with many twists and turns. In true Pepper fashion there will be a HEA. You just have to see past the darkness for the light. 

“I own you. I have the piece of paper to prove it. It’s undeniable and unbreakable. You belong to me until you’ve paid off your debts.” 

Nila Weaver’s family is indebted. Being the first born daughter, her life is forfeit to the first born son of the Hawks to pay for sins of ancestors past. The dark ages might have come and gone, but debts never leave. She has no choice in the matter. 

She is no longer free.

Jethro Hawk receives Nila as an inheritance present on his twenty-ninth birthday. Her life is his until she’s paid off a debt that’s centuries old. He can do what he likes with her—nothing is out of bounds—she has to obey. 

There are no rules. Only payments.

3 moons

My Review:

Continue reading

Author & Series Spotlight: Deborah Cooke – “Dragonfire” (#CMC15)

Book Lovin’ Mamas Author Spotlight for September is Deborah Cooke and the Series Spotlight is her Dragonfire (PNR) series.

Deborah Cooke will be attending the Coastal Magic Convention next year, so we are doing a Feature of her and her series this month.  =)

authorspotlight

SONY DSCWebsite | Facebook | Goodreads | Newsletter

Deborah Cooke also writes under the names Claire Delacroix and Claire Cross.

Deborah makes her home in Canada with her husband. When she isn’t writing, she can be found knitting, sewing or hunting for vintage patterns. Deborah Cooke has always been fascinated with dragons, although she has never understood why they have to be the bad guys. She has an honors degree in history, with a focus on medieval studies. She is an avid reader of medieval vernacular literature, fairy tales and fantasy novels, and has written over thirty romance novels under the names Claire Cross and Claire Delacroix.

seriespotlight

Continue reading

Blog Tour: “Let Me Know” by Stina Lindenblatt (Guest Post) + #Giveaway

Let-Me-Know--tour-banner-sm
Welcome to Book Lovin’ Mamas virtual stop on Stina Lindenblatt’s Let Me Know Blog Tour brought to you by InkSlinger PR.

Guestpost

Why Stalking?

7333747When I first decided to write a New Adult contemporary romance, I remembered something I read while researching a YA book that has long since been shelved. The incidence of stalking is greatest for college students. While in university, I had to deal with a stalker. He was a guy my age whom I’d met in a night club, and out of boredom (my friends were all dancing) I revealed too much info. Big mistake. The only thing I didn’t tell him was my phone number (I gave him a fake one) and my address. Unfortunately, I told him where I worked, and he got a job there. I quit soon after.

The first book in the Lost in You series (Tell Me When) was released during National Stalking Awareness month this year. I promise you that was a fluke. I decided to do a blog hop to help bring awareness of the issue of stalking and provide stalking-prevention tips. There were a lot of stories shared during the event. In the majority of cases, the victims were stalked while they were in high school or college. And in most cases, the stalker was never caught. Or, like in my case, the victim never told the authorities, hoping the problem would go away. It did, but that was only after the individual moved away from the apartment where she was being harassed. One blogger recounted a story that had happened to a friend of a friend. The stalker kidnapped the girl and buried her alive. She died. He’s serving time in a psychiatric prison and will never be released. Her friends and family will be forever changed.

Sometimes the stalker will grow bored and move on to another victim. Sometimes the victim escapes his attention by moving away. Unfortunately, some stalkers aren’t so easily deterred, and manage to track the individual down. The victim can spent years being tormented because the stalker can’t get past his obsession. Some victims are involved in domestic abuse, and their boyfriend or husband stalks them to keep them in line. Unfortunately very little can be done about a stalker until he (or she) attempts to harm you or those you love—and is caught. The best method to deal with stalkers is prevention. Don’t let it happen to you.

Continue reading

Blog Tour: “Midnight Vengeance” by Lisa Marie Rice (Interview)

LisaMRice

Welcome to Book Lovin’ Mamas virtual stop on Lisa Marie Rice’s Midnight Vengeance Blog Tour brought to you by Meryl L. Moss Media Relations Inc.

Interview

image004-21.) Can you tell us about your new release, Midnight Vengeance?

Oh yeah, gladly! This is one of my favorite books, probably because it gestated so long. We first met Jacko a couple of books ago, a really rough and tough former SEAL whose molecules were rearranged when he spent an hour listening to his boss’s wife playing the harp. Allegra’s music is beautiful, ethereal, miles away from the heavy metal that is Jacko’s usual soundtrack.
You start a novel at a moment of change for the characters. Jacko has been wildly attracted to a beautiful woman who is worlds away from his usual casual girlfriends—biker chicks who like it rough. Lauren isn’t anything like them and clearly he’s not her type either. Jacko should stay far, far away from someone like Lauren and he would—if he could. The thing is—he can’t.
No matter how many times he tells himself to walk away from her, his feet simply won’t obey. Which is crazy, right? Because what would a beautiful woman, a frigging artist, want with him?
And Lauren in turn doesn’t quite know what to do with Jacko. She’s not his type. His type is young and fast and stacked. Sure, Jacko is around a lot. A lot. Every time she turns around, it seems, there he is. Helping her, driving her around, just…there.
Now how much fun is this scenario? Two people from different walks of life circling each other, each scared to make a move.
Luckily, a homicidal maniac steps in and acts as Cupid.
Jacko is just taken unawares by the depths of his feelings. He has no place to put them, no space in his head that recognizes them. But the feelings are there and they are real.
Jacko is unlike anyone Lauren has ever met. Her former boyfriends were high-born and gently bred and their shooting skills and combat skills never entered the equation.
But Jacko has hidden depths and when danger comes knocking Lauren has a chance to see just what Jacko is made of.

Continue reading

ARC Review: Hard to Hold On to” by Laura Kaye

HardToHoldOnTo hiresHard To Hold On To

(Hard Ink #2.5)

Author: Laura Kaye

Publishing Date: August 19, 2014

Publisher: Avon Impulse

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Source: Edelweiss

Edward “Easy” Cantrell knows better than most the pain of not being able to save those he loves—which is why he is not going to let Jenna Dean out of his sight.  He may have just met her, but Jenna’s the first person to make him feel alive since that devastating day in the desert more than a year ago.

Jenna has never met anyone like Easy. She can’t describe how he makes her feel–and not just because he saved her life. No, the stirrings inside her reach far beyond gratitude.

As the pair are thrust together while chaos reigns around them, they both know one thing: the things in life most worth having are the hardest to hold on to. 

4moons

My Review:

Continue reading

Blog Tour: “Hard To Hold On To” by Laura Kaye (Guest Post) + #Giveaway

HTHOT BT Banner

Welcome to Book Lovin’ Mamas virtual stop on Laura Kaye’s Hard to Hold On To Blog Tour brought to you by InkSlinger PR.

Guestpost

10 Reasons to Love Hero Edward “Easy” Cantrell

By Laura Kaye

Laura-Kaye-croppedHi guys! I’m super excited to be celebrating the release of Hard to Hold On To. This book follows the surviving members of a disgraced Army Special Forces team as they fight to regain their stolen honor, and specifically explores one member’s difficulties in dealing with what happened to the team. Edward “Easy” Cantrell is a brave, strong, but very troubled man. And I loved writing him so very much. I hope you’ll love him, too, and here are heroine Jenna Dean’s ten reasons why you just might…

10. He’s always there for me, no matter what. I’ve never had a man in my life do that for me, not even my own father.

9. He never makes me feel weak, even when I’m hurt and injured and scared. His quiet, constant support gives me strength I didn’t know I had.

8. He is thoughtful, doing little things for me I’d never expect—like making me a milkshake because he knew I was sad about not being able to go back to my home again.

7. He has a quiet intensity about him that makes me feel so safe. Combined with how protective he is, I feel like I can finally take a deep breath and believe me and my sister are going to be okay.

6. He is, hands down, the sexiest man I’ve ever seen run on a treadmill. Broad shoulders, cut muscles, glistening dark brown skin. Just gorgeous.

5. I love the way his big hand looks against my skin. I just love the way we look together.

Continue reading

1 2 3 135




Follow BLM

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Subscribe via Email
  • RSS Feed
  • Goodreads

Google+ Followers

Follow on Bloglovin

Link to BLM

Come take a Bite out of the Beach

Image and video hosting by TinyPic
Image and video hosting by TinyPic

FTC Disclaimer

In accordance with FTC guidelines for bloggers and endorsements, I would like to clarify that the books reviewed on Book Lovin' Mamas are either purchased/borrowed by me or provided by the publisher/author free of charge. I also receive copies of ARCs from Netgalley and Edelweiss. I am neither compensated for my reviews nor my opinions influenced in any way.

Protected by Copyscape Plagiarism Scanner

Archives