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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Sex, Not Love by Vi Keeland

Natalia doesn’t trust men.  It’s a common theme, but who could trust the man who went from a perfect husband to behind bars for a Ponzi scheme and left her with his sixteen-year-old daughter who hates her?  She’s now divorced.

That’s the first of Natalia’s problems and she doesn’t want any more.
Although, at her BFF’s wedding across the country in LA, she meets Hunter.  He’s cocky, self-assured, an architect, and sexy as hell.  But Natalia attempts to end her night with a safe and boring date.

It doesn’t work.Sex, Not Love
Chemistry explodes between Natalia and Hunter.  Hunter wants nothing more than a f*** buddy, or so he says.
It takes a year for Natalia to agree to a two month, no-strings-attached, let’s-try-anything relationship.
Hunter’s all-in, except for his fear.  He hides a family secret, and it’s not that he killed someone, or that he’s afraid of women.  He won’t share his fear.
Natalia needs to uncover his secret.  And until that happens, she’s left in the dust.
Chemistry is hard to unravel, and so the flames of love grab them both and either there’s going to be an explosion or an unbreakable love.  I’m rooting for love, but make sure you read Keeland’s novel to find out how hot the passion gets!
Happy reading,

Monday, February 26, 2018

A Kiss in the Sunlight Release Day!

         Hello, gentle readers! It’s release day and I am so excited!
         Do you remember the movie “The Jerk”? I have the scene in my head where Steve Martin is running up and down the streets, waving phone books and yelling “The new phone books are here! The new phone books are here!” with such enthusiasm (not to mention awkwardness).
Well, that’s kinda how I feel at the moment with the release of A Kiss in the Sunlight. No, I’m not running up and down the streets, waving my book in the air (that would be comical all by itself…I don’t run and if you ever saw me doing it, you’d know why…I’m not the most graceful thing on two feet!) and I’m not shouting it from the rooftops (if I didn’t have a fear of heights, I would be, believe me!) but this blog post is the next best thing!
         I’m so proud of this story(and I've already received a wonderful review from the Library Journal...whooo-hoooo!). There is a mixed bag of reasons, but mostly, because I set a goal for myself and met it. I think that’s important in life…setting goals. As you might already know from reading this blog, A Kiss in the Sunlight is the last story in the MacDermott Brothers saga. I’d never written a trilogy before so this was a first for me. I won’t say it was easy, but it was worth it, in my opinion.
I hope you’ll like Ryleigh. Out of all the heroines I’ve written, I like her the best. She was fun and outspoken and a little bit clumsy (that part is very much like me…I have been known to walk into walls and trip over air).
         Then, of course, there’s Teague, the hero of my story. If you like your heroes tall, dark and handsome, as well as warm-hearted and loving, then he’s the hero for you! He certainly was for me.
         So, it’s here and I’m excited but also a little sad. I’ve lived with the MacDermott Brothers for the past four years…I’ve loved them all for who they are so saying goodbye is a little bittersweet, but you don’t have to say goodbye. If you want to know why Teague and Ryleigh are made for each other, just click on the link and enjoy! Amazon Buy Link for Kiss in the Sunlight
Remember, spread a little kindness wherever you go! A smile can go a long way to brightening someone’s day!

P.S. The other books in the trilogy are A Kiss in the Shadows (Brock’s story) and A Kiss in the Morning Mist (Eamon’s story).

Sunday, February 25, 2018


“Yes, Your Holiness,” replied an eager young man in far more splendid robes.
“Failure is not an option.”
“We will not fail.  We have planned for every circumstance. Project Einstein will not succeed.”
“But it will not come back to us?”
“No, Your Eminence. No one will blame us for their demise.”
“How many back-up plans?”
“Not enough.” His ancient hand quivered as it rested upon the metalwork. “Fifteen. I want fifteen plans, each certain to succeed without the blame reaching my feet.”
“I will see it done.”
The old man turned and studied his devotee. “You have doubts, Thomas?”
“It is not my place to doubt God’s work.”
“Earth is about to fall into an ice-age of such duration and frigid temperatures that nothing is expected to survive. So you wonder why God would wish to destroy one of our chances to continue mankind on a different planet.”
The man fell to his knees and pressed his forehead to the floor. “Forgive me, Your Holiness.”
The old man walked around the prostrate body and returned to his red velvet chair with authentic gemstones cresting each upholstery tack. He sat with a heavy sigh. “It is better for the human race to die in its entirety than to survive without God.” He stared up to the arching ceiling painted with clouds and angels. “The time has come to choose eternal Heaven or Hell.”
The young man’s head rose. “Yes!” His face filled with joy and wonderment. “I understand now.”
The old man’s head wobbled, perhaps in a nod. “Then go, and see God’s will is done. Only Project Chosen can succeed. Project Einstein must be destroyed, at all costs.”

Destination: Titan
Liza O’Connor

Now Tam was too confused to cry. In fact, Lancaster’s kiss had managed to completely dislodge Dr. Tong from her mind. “Do you do that often?”
“Kiss people I’m interrogating?” he asked with a grin.
She nodded and blushed.
“No. In fact, that was a first for me.”
She stared at him in surprise. “You won’t get in trouble for it, will you?”
“No. Weren’t you paying attention to the part where sex is allowed?”
Her face reddened again. “Yes, but I wasn’t certain if that included you. I thought perhaps you had to stay above it all so no one could claim you weren’t impartial.”
“We’ll need all the genetic possibilities we have. So I just have to make certain that I stay above the fray even while I enjoy the company of one or more of the women.”
One or more
“It would help me if you stayed out of trouble and tried not to fight with Dr. Tong.”
Tam’s anger started to burn. “Maybe you should have kissed her instead and told her not to fight with me. I’ve already given my promise to Max to try to get along, but since I’m not the one planning to cause trouble, all this affection you so obligingly bestowed on me might be more efficiently used elsewhere.”
They arrived at the medical examination room, and Lancaster passed her off. Seeing no one to fight with except Dr. Bruce Willows, she gave up her anger. Just as well. She soon discovered Dr. Willows knew every joke ever written and told them to perfection.

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