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#ReleaseBlitz The Son & His Hope by Pepper Winters

TS&HH - RB banner.jpgThe Son and His Hope, a sweeping standalone from New York Times Bestselling author Pepper Winters is live!

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“Things you should know about me from the very beginning:

I was born to true love, witnessed the destruction it causes, and vowed never to let such agony happen to me. I am not a story-teller like my father. I am not a writer like my mother. I am just a son—their son.

I am happy being alone.

And that is all I ever want to be.”

JACOB

The day he was born, Jacob learned his hardest and longest lesson.

It wasn’t a lesson a boy should learn so young, but from his earliest memories he knew where happiness lives, so does tragedy. Where love exists, so does heartbreak. And where hope resides, so does sorrow.

That lesson carved him from the kid to the teen to the man.

And nothing and no one could change his mind.

HOPE

I first met him when he was fourteen at a movie premiere of all places. A movie based on his parent’s life.

He was stoic, strong, suspicious, and secretive.

I was only ten, but I felt something for him. A strange kind of sorrow that made me want to hug and heal him.

I was the daughter of the actor hired to play his father.

We shared similarities.

I recognised parts of him because they were parts of me.

But no matter how many times we met. No matter how many times I tried.

He stayed true to his vow to never fall.

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About Pepper:

Pepper Winters is a multiple New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today International Bestseller.

After chasing her dreams to become a full-time writer, Pepper has earned recognition with awards for best Dark Romance, best BDSM Series, and best Hero. She’s an multiple #1 iBooks bestseller, along with #1 in Erotic Romance, Romantic Suspense, Contemporary, and Erotica Thriller. With 19 books currently published, she has hit the bestseller charts twenty-six times in three years.

Pepper is a Hybrid Author of both Traditional and Self-published work. Her Pure Corruption Series was released by Grand Central, Hachette.

Her books have garnered foreign interest and are currently being translated into numerous languages, including already released titles in Italian and Turkish. Audio Books for her entire back-list will be available in 2017.

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#SneakPeek #BookTour Not My Baby by Fallyn Briggs

Not My Baby
Babies For Billionaires Book 2
by Fallyn Briggs
Genre: Sweet Romance
Some women are hired for their looks…
Sydney Campbell wasn’t one of them.
Unbeknownst to her, Sydney Campbell is hired because CEO Grayson Carter believes
she has no chance of turning his incorrigible son’s head. Aiden
Carter is young, handsome, and set to inherit his father’s
billion-dollar company. He also has a habit of dating his assistants.
But Sydney has as much time for rumors, taunts, and bad reputations as
she does for relationships, love, and babies.
As in none.
She has her own demons to battle, a father who relies on her, and a plan
that says working for Aiden Carter is just a stepping stone in her
climb to the top of the marketing ladder.
She will not date Aiden. She will not fall in love with him. And she will
most certainly not have children with him… right?
Not My Baby is a sweet billionaire romance with no bad language or sex
scenes. Of course, there is also a Happy Ever After. Grab your copy now!
**Only .99 cents!!**

“You’ll be working one floor below on the nineteenth,” Mr. Carter said as he
escorted her to the elevator. “That floor is for our online marketing division.”
He pushed the button. “Go down there and ask for Nora. She’ll give you the
full tour and walk you through the papers you need to sign.”
“Right.” She nodded along. “Thank you again for this opportunity.”
The elevator dinged, and she stepped inside.
“It will be a pleasure to work with you, Miss Campbell,” he said. “Also
make sure you speak to Aiden Carter before you leave. You’ll be reporting to
him.”
“Carter?” Sydney repeated.
“Yes,” he said as the doors closed on his smiling face. “My son.”
Sydney took the short ride down to the nineteenth floor and stepped out into
a space that was the complete opposite of the one above.
Fast-talking, slick-suit-wearing people were milling about, working at desks,
or carting around posters and vision boards. The room she was standing in was
clearly for the day-to-day workings. There were rows of teak desks with
uncomfortable swivel chairs, and they were all penned in by conference rooms
and bathrooms and a breakroom.
Sydney picked one of the desk people at random and marched up to them.
She tapped him on the shoulder, and the man spun around in his chair to look up
at her.
“What?” he said bluntly, a sneer on his handsome face.
Sydney frowned at his tone. “I’m looking for Nora.”
He jerked his thumb at the person to his right. “Then you should be over
there bothering her, shouldn’t you?”
He spun back around, dismissing her, and she stomped over to Nora’s desk.
“Hi, are you Nora?”
“That’s me.” Nora rose from her seat and extended her hand. “You must be
Sydney.”
Sydney struggled to keep her eyes from falling out of her head. Nora was
stunning. Like just-wandered-out-of-a-fashion-shoot, songs-written-about-her,
can’t-stare-for-too-long-or-your-head-will-explode stunning.
Her oval face boasted angular cheekbones, a rosebud mouth, and a pointed
nose all underneath a mass of luminous brown curls. Nora tossed her hair and
gave her a smile that reached all the way up to her whiskey-colored cat eyes.
Sydney grasped her hand and gave it a firm shake. “Nice to meet you. Mr.
Carter said you would give me a tour and tell me what papers to sign?”
“Well if that’s what the boss says then grab a seat and I’ll be right back with
the employment contracts,” she said cheerfully.
She stepped out from behind her desk and strolled off. She soon came back
with stacks of papers that she plopped down in front of Sydney.
Sydney took her time reading through everything. She paid special attention
to the salary and benefits package, but it was all there written in ink like Mr.
Carter said.
When she was done, she handed the papers back to Nora.
“Perfect. Now follow me, and I’ll give you the grand tour.” She set off down
the hall, walking briskly, and Sydney hurried to keep up.
“So there is the breakroom and the bathroom, but everyone uses that, so I
would suggest the one on the other side of the building. The copy room is down
the hall right next to the supply closet, and you’re welcome to use any one of the
conference rooms to get work done as long as they’re free.”
Nora’s mouth was running a mile a minute as she took Sydney in and out of
almost every room on the floor. Her head was spinning when they finally arrived
back at her desk.
“So do you have any questions?”
“Yes,” she said. “Where is my desk?”
She chuckled. “In Mr. Carter’s office, of course. That’s the room at the end
of that hallway.”
Sydney followed her finger and saw she was pointing at the one hallway she
didn’t take her down.
“And where is Mr. Carter?” Sydney asked, looking around.
“He is getting ready for a very important meeting.” Nora lowered her voice
like she was sharing gossip instead of just the day’s schedule. “The Carter
Group’s in the running to handle the entire marketing campaign for Elevate.”
Sydney’s eyes bugged out. “You mean that new tech company that’s going to
debut the first smart house? That’s huge.”
“Yep,” she nodded. “The account is worth millions, and Mr. Carter Senior
wants it bad. As a result, we’re all a little on edge today.”
“Absolutely,” she breathed, “landing an account like that would make your
career.”
Maybe even get you that job as marketing director.
“I should go meet Mr. Carter,” Sydney said quickly, “and start prepping for
the meeting. Can you tell me again where the other bathroom is?”
“It’s down that hallway and around the corner on your left. Past the supply
closet. You better hurry though. The meeting starts in fifteen minutes.”
Sydney didn’t waste any more time talking. She spun on her heels and
hurried down the hall to the bathroom. She needed to get in on this meeting and
start showing the higher-ups what she could do.
That thought made her pick up the pace. She would impress the Elevate
people and wow them with her ideas.
Sydney turned the corner, a smile on her face, and—
Wham!
Sydney crashed into a hard wall of human flesh and was showered in
freezing cold liquid. Her victim gave a shout and went flying back. They
instinctively grabbed her, and she winced when a loud ripping sound signaled
the destruction of her brand-new blazer.
Sydney cursed. “For the love of—”
She looked up and the obscenities she was planning to say died on her
tongue. Flecked chestnut eyes blinked down at her over an aquiline nose
dripping with whatever was all over them both.
He looked down at the wet, brown stain on his white shirt and arched a
perfectly trim eyebrow at her. “This is not good.”
Her normal speech function returned, and anger came with it. “I’ll say it’s
not good,” she hissed. “I have a very important meeting in ten minutes, and now
my clothes are ripped, and I am covered with— What the heck am I covered
with?!”
“That would be an iced caramel latte,” he said casually. “The one I was
going to bring to the CEO of Elevate at the very important meeting I need to be
at in ten minutes.”
Sydney froze, eyes widening in horror as they swept over him again. This
time she took in the strong jaw and broad shoulders she had seen once before
today. “Oh no,” she whispered, “are you—”
“—Aiden Carter,” he finished, shaking the damp off his hands.
Sydney groaned, putting her head in her hands. “This is not good.”
“And it’s about to get worse,” her boss said under his breath.
Sydney lifted her head and saw he was peering over her and around the
corner. She followed his gaze, and her legs went wobbly. Being escorted through
the main lobby by Carter Senior himself were a group of people who no doubt
represented Elevate.
“I can’t meet them like this. Dad is going to kill me,” he said breezily. He
looked down at her. “Or you. Whoever you are.”
At that moment, Sydney saw all her dreams going up in smoke. Becoming
marketing director, making an enviable salary, and finally getting her and her
elderly father into the home and life they deserve.
One spilled drink, and her entire life was ruined.
No! her internal voice screamed. Do something!
Sydney looked around frantically, and her eyes landed on the supply closet.
She snagged his hand. “Come with me,” she cried. She dragged him after her
and shoved him inside.
“Whoa with the pushing,” he grumbled, but Sydney ignored him.
“Quick! Get your shirt off!” she said, and she fell on him and started
scrabbling at his buttons.
“What are you doing?” he said incredulously, swatting her hands away.
“You are not missing that meeting,” she hissed. “You need to get out of these
wet clothes. Do you have something to change into?”
“In my office,” he replied, catching on. Following her orders, he began
unbuttoning his shirt. “In the armoire.” He grinned at her, revealing rows of
perfectly straight pearly whites. “Thank you, kind stranger…even though this is
your fault in the first place.”
She rolled her eyes. “I think you’ll find this was your fault. I’ll go get the
shirt. Use this to dry off. It’s ruined anyway.” She stepped back and slipped out
of her blazer, revealing the silky, spaghetti strap cami underneath. Thankfully,
none of the latte spilled on it.
His shirt was off.
“Here.” She walked toward him, holding out the ruined blazer. “Do I need a
key to your—”
She stumbled in her new not-quite-broken-in heels and cried out as she went
down, the blazer going flying. Aiden lurched forward and caught her, hooking an
arm around her waist and drawing her to him just as the door swung open.
They all froze. Sydney, Aiden, and the woman standing in the doorway
blinking at the sight of the boss half naked in the supply closet holding the new
girl whose ripped jacket was flung across the room.
The woman in question shook her head and sighed. “Not this again.”

Fallyn Briggs has spent most of her life within the pages of a book and now
she is thrilled to have the opportunity to invite people into the
worlds she creates.
When she is not writing sweet romances, she is traveling, eating too much
cheesecake, and thinking about writing sweet romances.Join her
newsletter to keep up with the crazy life of this writer.
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#CoverReveal The Legend by Dylan Allen

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Remington Wilde had heartbreak written all over him.

The Legend, an all-new steamy, second-chance romance standalone from Dylan Allen is coming February 25th, and we have the brand new cover!

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Remington Wilde had heartbreak written all over him.

He was the most beautiful boy I’d ever seen.

When I looked into his midnight eyes,

I saw a happy ending I’d never dared to dream of.

I was seventeen the first time he asked for my heart,

I didn’t hesitate to hand it over.

In exchange, he gave me the best summer of my life.

He was my first everything.

Falling in love felt written in the stars…

But,our legend, it turns out, was all a lie.

And when our story ended, all I had was a broken heart.

Now, he wants a second chance.

But this time, I’ve got more to lose than just my heart.

When the lies that pulled us apart, threaten again,

it will take more than sweet words from his sinful mouth to convince me.

He says the love of a lifetime deserves a million chances,

But am I strong enough to fall again?

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Cover Designed by: Lori Jackson Designs

About Dylan Allen

Dylan Allen is a Texas girl with a serious case of wanderlust.

A self-proclaimed happily ever junkie, she loves creating stories where her characters chase their own happy endings.

When she isn’t writing or reading, eating or cooking, she and her family are planning their next adventure.

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#BookReview #BookTour Beyond The Shadows by Loree Lough

Beyond the Shadows
by Loree Lough
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Elice Glasser is a widow with three young children to raise. Cabot Murray
is an ex-cop who returns home to Freeland, Maryland, to deal with the
pain of his own tragic loss: the death of his wife and daughter in a
fiery explosion intended for him.
Grieving, their sorrow brings them together, and a friendship develops that
leads then to explore the possibility of finding love again. But
vengeful enemies and jealous rivals are determined to destroy the
peace and happiness that Elice and Cabot have found in each other’s
arms. Why are their rivals so intent on keeping Elice and Cabot
apart? Loree Lough’s latest suspenseful romance is a page-turner!
Rating: 3 Stars=Okay Page Turner 
In Beyond the Shadows, I was introduced to Elice and soon Cabot, two individuals dealing with losses in their lives. I was all in for the thriller element of the book, but the beginning of the book started off slow and didn’t keep my attention.
As I continued the story, it seemed Elice and Cabot’s relationship progressed pretty fast and then I hit the twists. I soon found out, there was someone who didn’t want these two characters together. The story picked up but I still had a hard time connecting with the characters.
I believe the author created a intriguing plot, descriptions I could imagine, but the characters were not ones I could invest in. Overall it was a decent book and I will read more of this author’s work.
*This book was provided by the author for review purposes only.
At last count, best-selling author Loree Lough had 115 award-winning
books (nearly 9,000,000 copies in circulation and 7 titles that
earned book-to-movie options), 68 short stories, and 2,500+ articles
in print.
An oft-invited guest of writers’ organizations, colleges and
universities, corporate and government agencies in the U.S. and
abroad, Loree loves sharing learned-the-hard-way lessons about the
craft and the industry.
Once upon a time, Loree (literally) sang for her supper, performing alone
and “opening” for the likes of Tom Jones, Dottie West, The
Gatlin Brothers, and more. Though she refuses to share the actual
year when she traded her Yamaha 6-string for a wedding ring, she IS
willing to admit that, every now and then, she blows the dust off her
six-string to croon a tune or two. But mostly, she just writes (and
writes).
Loree and her husband split their time between a home in the Baltimore
suburbs and a cabin in the Allegheny Mountains, where she continues
to hone her “identify the critter tracks” skills. Her
favorite pastime? Spending long, leisurely hours with her
grandchildren…all seven of them!
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