Wednesday, September 7, 2016

A Kind of Honesty by Lane Hayes: #CoverReveal #Excerpt #PreOrder #Giveaway @LaneHayes3 @GoIndiMarketing

A Kind of Honesty
(A Kind of Story,  Book 3)
by Lane Hayes

Release Date: October 7, 2016
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Length: 240 pages
Genres: Romance, Bisexual, M/M, Rock Star, NYC, Humor
Music is Tim Chalmers’s great escape and the one thing that’s never let him down. But his band Spiral’s meteoric rise to fame has made it difficult for the drummer to maintain a low profile. Unwanted press pesters him after a public breakup with a volatile ex-girlfriend who loves the limelight as much as he loathes it. Tim’s main goal is to avoid confrontation. However, when he meets a handsome stranger in a dive bar who turns out to be someone he may know, everything changes.

Carter Hamilton-Temple might be a successful financial consultant with more brains, sophistication, and charm than most, but he always falls for the wrong guys: closet cases or men with issues. He can’t fight his attraction to the tattooed rock star, but can he trust his own judgment? When the thrill of danger combined with a fierce physical connection proves too strong for either man to resist, a quiet liaison away from the public eye and curious friends seems like a safe bet. But some secrets are hard to keep. When rumors threaten to rock his world, Tim realizes it’s time to confront his fear with his own kind of honesty.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Love & Hope by Rozenn Scott: #Review #Excerpt #Giveaway @signalboostpr @rozennscott @Rjscott_author

Love & Hope
(Stanford Creek #2)
by: RJ Scott
writing as Rozenn Scott

Length: 54,000 words
Genres: Contemporary, M/F, Romance
Rachel is cold to love, until Danny and Hope show her how to live.

Danny Hudson has finally found a place to stop. With his daughter Hope in his arms, and his place in the music group Hudson Hart gone, he has a future to plan and a family to raise. Staying at his friend Cody’s house is hard enough, but finding a home of his own is impossible. A place to stay over the coffee shop in town is a godsend, but it comes with one proviso—he must work the cost of the room off in redecorating and rebuilding. 

Rachel has secrets that she doesn’t even want to admit to herself, let alone her close-knit family. Dating the wrong guys is one way to protect her heart, but meeting Danny could change all that. 

Can Rachel ever get past the reasons why she thinks real love isn’t possible and realize that love is the only thing that actually matters?

Falling in love can be easy if you want it badly enough.