Friday, May 27, 2016

Happy Book Birthday - Every Single Part of You #NewRelease #Giveaway #Rockers


Today is the day! Every Single Part of You has officially released. Which means it's time to celebrate. Happy Book Birthday to Me!!! 


Title: Every Single Part of You

Series: Cinder, Book 1 Unchained Chaos Tour

Genre(s): M/F/M Ménage, Contemporary Erotic Romance, Rockers

Published by: LSJ Romance

Cover Art: Kellie Dennis Book Cover by Design

Word Count: 80k

Heat Level: 5

Release Date: May 27, 2016

Please Note: This book contains mature themes, explicit language and sexual scenes



Blurb:



Our choices are rarely cut and dry.


Sara: As the daughter of Senator and presidential hopeful Jentsen Holbrook, I spent a good deal of my life under public scrutiny. What I wore. Where I went. Who I dated. It was just the way of things. I’d become what was expected of me, until I ran from my obligations and woke up one morning in Cross de Raven’s and Eryk Hale’s world, two hot guitarists from the mega-famous metal band, Cinder. For the first time, freedom to be myself was within my reach. And along with that? Inevitable scandal.

Eryk: True beauty walked into my life, more beauty than I ever deserved. I partied hard. Rocked harder. I wasn’t good enough to touch Sara’s petal-soft skin, hold on tight, or love her, but regardless of my bad boy ways, no one was going to stop me from trying.

Cross: Sometimes, no matter how hard we fight for what we want, love won't save the day, and truth doesn't always set you free. Then again… Maybe, just maybe, when you find the one you’ve been searching for, love can find a way.



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Excerpt:



I grabbed Cross’s phone off the bed stand and heaved a deep breath before dialing Father’s cell.
He didn’t answer. His voicemail message did.
“Hi,” I said after the tone, hating the shake in my voice. “I just wanted to let you know that I’m all right. There’s no need to worry. I promise.” Unsure what else to say, I added a hasty, “Goodbye,” and ended the call.
Adrenaline pumped through me like a jet speeding down the runway, thundering and rumbling through my limbs. I closed my eyes and inhaled, breathing in through my mouth and out through my nose, mentally counting to ten, waiting for his return call. Father never answered an unknown number, but he’d hear my message and—
The cell in my hand broke into song with a heavy beat and screaming guitar. I recognized the catchy tune as the one Cinder had opened with in Tacoma—and the number on the screen.
One last deep breath and I answered. “Hello, Father.”
“I can’t even begin to tell you how utterly disappointed I am right now.”
No hello or I’m happy you’re safe. Not even an, I’ve been worried.
“Do you have any idea of the amount of damage control—the lies—I’ve had to tell to make it appear as though all is well with the Holbrook family? That you haven’t taken off like a hormonal teenage ninny, but have left on a planned trip—”
A ninny? I’d never behaved in such a way, not once since my mother passed and Father heaped responsibilities upon me as a kid and forced me to grow up too fast.
I tuned him out as he released every last word of the speech he’d no doubt planned since he found me gone from home.
“I’m sorry,” I lied the second he finished.
“Pierce is beside himself,” Father said, his tone flat and unhappy.
I welded my eyes shut.
“He knows you’d never willingly leave him on the eve of your engagement and wanted to call the authorities, but I forbade him.”
“I didn’t say yes.” My voice was a mere squeak of sound.
Silence met my ears for the span of two heartbeats followed by, “Excuse me?”
A quick breath didn’t help my shaking. “I never said yes to Pierce’s proposal, which means we’re not technically engaged.”
I’d rendered my father speechless for the first time. Ever.
“Pierce Fitzpatrick is the perfect man for you,” he finally said, his voice hard and unwavering. “You’ll return home, accept his proposal, and set a date for the wedding. You will marry him, and want for nothing the rest of your life.”
But I don’t want him, I wanted to say. Instead, I bit the inside of my cheek and allowed the welling tears to spill.
“I want you back in D.C. tonight, young lady. Do I make myself clear?”
“Y-yes.”
“Call me with your flight information. I’ll have Arthur pick you up.” Father disconnected without a goodbye, and I dropped the phone onto my lap so I could press my palms against my eyes.
The bedroom door opened a few minutes later letting in the sound of airplanes and bombs before shutting again.
“Hey.” Cross sat beside me and pulled me against his chest. “Didn’t go so well?”
A sob escaped me. I shook my head, pressing closer against his warm body.
Shh…” He kissed my temple and rubbed my side until I quieted.
“I really need to go home,” I muttered against his delicious smelling shirt.
“Why?”
“Every selfish thing I’ve done since leaving has the potential to taint my father’s image and hurt his bid for the presidency. I’m making him lie to the press, and if found out, that would be really bad, considering all he stands for. They’ll say if he can’t keep his own child in line, how can he run a country?”
“You’re not a child.” Cross held me at arm’s length, unsmiling. “And you aren’t being selfish.”
“I am. I don’t do this.” I waved my hand to encompass the room.
Cross’s brow creased. “Do what?”
“Hide out on buses and fool around with hot men.”
He tilted his head, creating dappled shadows beneath his expressive eyes. “You’re stretching your wings. There’s nothing wrong with that.”
A weak smile lifted my lips. “What I do affects more than me. My father thinks D.C. and Pierce are best for me.”
Cross’s gaze softened as he tucked my hair behind my ears. “Is that what you think?”
“No,” I answered without hesitation. “Definitely not.”
Using his fingers, he swiped the moisture from my cheeks. “Then you’re not going anywhere.”
I opened my mouth to tell him I didn’t have a choice. Not really. But didn’t get the chance to speak because he claimed my lips.
Heat and lust slammed into me, slaying my guilt with the thrust of his tongue as he lowered me onto my back, persuading a moan from my chest.
This. This is what I want. What I need.




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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Learning Curve by Melissa Kendall @mkendallauthor #Giveaway




Learning Curve
Melissa Kendall

Decadent Publishing, 1Night Stand
Contemporary BBW Erotic romance


Madame Eve may have helped them find one another. But meshing their two worlds together isn’t easy.

When Dean is nominated for an Emmy, he is so excited he invites Sally to be is date for the evening.

Sally is reluctant at first but eventually agrees. Petrified the world media will make fun of her for being the fat chick on Dean’s arm, she works her butt off to lose weight before the big event. 

Can Dean and Sally learn to make life together work? Or will the reality of the differences in their lives be too difficult to overcome?



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Curve MY Appetite !

Sally Austens’ sexual experience is limited and unsatisfactory at best. Now, as she turns thirty, it looks like the relationship train has missed her stop. When a friend tells her about 1Night Stand and suggests it might just change her life, she’s skeptical but shoots for the stars when asking for her perfect date. Go big or go home, right?

Dean Martorino lives in the public eye. Surrounded on a daily basis by society’s idea of stunning beauty, he longs for a woman with curves he can get lost in. At the suggestion of his long-time friend and manager, Dean shares his secret with Madame Eve hoping she can find him a match to fill his arms and satisfy his desires.

Can Sally accept the beauty Dean sees in her long enough to curve his appetite or will they both go home hungry?

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About The Author:
Melissa Kendall is a forty-year-old mother of two from Perth, Western Australia, the second-most isolated capital city in the world. Predominantly a stay-at-home mum, she works a few hours a week as a software support consultant. She has always loved to read and write, and spent most of her teens writing poetry and short stories. Over the years, daily life got in the way and she lost the passion for it, but after the birth of her first child, Melissa discovered e-books and her interest in writing rekindled. She is the author of two published short stories and Matronly Duties her first full-length novel.
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