Thursday, July 30, 2015

Blog Tour - And Then Forever by Shirley Jump

And Then Forever

Fortune’s Island # 1 

By: Shirley Jump

Releasing July 28, 2015

TKA Distribution


Welcome to Fortune’s Island, where the only rule is to follow your heart. Love is an extravagance Darcy Williams can’t afford. She prefers the simple life, which includes waitressing at The Love Shack and avoiding temptation. But when a forbidden part of her past steps off the ferry, her safe, guarded existence is turned upside down.  Kincaid Foster has never gotten over his first love. When he sees the wild, beautiful blonde again, dancing her way around The Love Shack, the memories of Darcy’s soft skin, gentle touch, and heated kisses come rushing back. As the privileged son of a wealthy family, Kincaid was too young to stand up to his overbearing father when he and Darcy were together. Now, he’s back on the island—free of the family shackles—and the chiseled, big-time lawyer wants a second chance. But, Darcy made a promise to keep a secret from Kincaid—a secret that is now a six-year-old 
girl who looks just like her daddy. If Kincaid finds out about their daughter, Darcy could lose everything. But, she can’t resist the man who stole her heart all those years ago. And it doesn’t take long before both of them realize that anything can happen on a hot summer night.


She knew she should stay away from him. Knew she should protect her heart. Knew that 

falling for him could have far-reaching consequences. But knowing all that and sticking to it 

when he was touching her were two entirely different things. “Why don’t you come by after I get 

home tonight?” she said, before she could think twice. “I’ll bring home some dessert, and we 

can share.”

Abby arched a brow and smiled at her brother. Kincaid’s gaze stayed on Darcy’s, those 

eyes a girl could lose herself in, as Darcy had, a hundred times before. “It’s a date.”

She nodded, as if this was no big deal, but as she turned away, a smile curved across her 

face and her heart stuttered, and her steps became lighter. She went through the rest of her 

shift with this giddy undertone to her every thought, like a song that carried on her breath. 

Kincaid and Abby ate their desserts, then paid their bill and headed for the door. At the last 

second, Kincaid turned back, flashed Darcy one of his amazing smiles, and then mouthed see 

you soon. She blushed like a schoolgirl, and nearly dropped the drink order on her tray.

By the time the last song was sung at The Love Shack and the lights were turned off, Darcy 

was moving at a record pace. It was as if she couldn’t clean the tables or set the chairs up fast 

enough. Jillian and Grace just gave her a knowing smile, and shoved her out the door a little 


Darcy walked home in the dark, quiet night, but this time her steps were quick, and her mind 

on her destination. She carried a bag with two pieces of cake, and wondered vaguely if she had 

enough time to shower before Kincaid arrived.

She rounded the corner to her house, saw the waiting light and Nona sitting in a chair inside. 

Darcy hurried up the stairs, rushed Nona out of there in a blip, then hopped in the shower and 

scrubbed off the worst of the work day. Five minutes later, she had changed into a sundress, 

brushed her stubborn curls into loose waves, and pulled a bottle of white wine out of the fridge. 

There was a soft knock at her door, and her pulse skittered. Kincaid, her mind sang. Kincaid 

is here.

It was how she had felt every single day that summer, as if the world had suddenly turned 

right side up, just because he was near. She crossed the room, gave one last nervous pat to her 

hair, then pulled open the door. “Hi.”

His gaze roved over her. “Wow. You look…incredible.”

“Thanks.” She felt her cheeks heat again, and wondered who this new Darcy was. Before 

this, she never blushed, never got embarrassed. She had her shit together—until Kincaid came 

back in her life. Then she was eighteen again, and hopelessly in love. “Want to sit on the porch? 

It’s a small house and I don’t want to wake Emma.”

Truth be told, she was afraid that if she invited him in, she’d be all too aware of how few 

steps it was to her bedroom. How she could just take his hand and lead him in there, let the 

whole night stretch before them. So instead she grabbed the dessert, the bottle of wine and two 

glasses, and headed out to the two Adirondack chairs on her porch. She set a small table 

between them, then handed Kincaid a slice of cake and a fork. “It’s peanut butter chocolate. 

One of my favorites from that bakery.”

He took a bite and rolled his eyes. “Oh my God. That is good. Have you had this before?”

She nodded. “It’s one of my favorites.”

“Here, have a bite.” He forked off a morsel, then held it out to her.

Darcy leaned forward, her eyes on Kincaid’s, his on hers, thinking that sharing food was one 

of the sexiest things a couple could do. Her lips closed over the fork, and hunger flickered in 

Kincaid’s features. She chewed, swallowed, and moaned. “I think they put pheromones in those 

cakes. It’s almost…orgasmic.”

“Orgasmic, huh?” His gaze met hers, those hazel eyes dark and mysterious in the dim light 

on the porch. Heat unfurled in the small space between them. “Maybe we should compare the 

two. Purely for research.”


“It could lead to the next scientific discovery.”

She swallowed hard, the dessert, the wine, forgotten. “So, it would be a contribution to 


“Might even win us a Nobel Prize.”

“Hmmm…that would be good on my resume.” She smiled at him, then decided there was no 

point in pretending she gave a damn about the cake or the wine, and got to her feet. “Suddenly 

I’m in a very scientific mood.”

“Me, too.” He took her hand, and they abandoned everything on the porch, and headed 

inside, across the front room and into her bedroom. She flicked on the bedside lamp, then stood 

beside her queen-sized bed and thought it looked both way too big and way too small. 

Then Kincaid laid his hands on her waist and leaned down to kiss her, and she stopped caring 

about anything other than the taste of him in her mouth, and the way he touched her, and how 

very, very much she wanted him.

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Author Info

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Shirley Jump spends her days writing romance so she can avoid the towering stack of dirty dishes, eat copious amounts of chocolate and reward herself with trips to the mall. Look for her all-new novella in the anthology ASK ME WHY (with Marie Force, Virginia Kantra and Jodi Thomas), as well as the Sweet and Savory Romance series, including the USA Today bestselling book, THE BRIDE WORE CHOCOLATE, on Amazon, and her Sweetheart Sisters series, starting with THE SWEETHEART BARGAIN.
Visit her website at for author news and a booklist, and follow her on Facebook at for giveaways and deep 
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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Blog Tour - Perfect Touch by Elizabeth Lowell

Perfect Touch: A Novel
By: Elizabeth Lowell
Releasing July 28, 2015
William Morrow

Sara Medina is a designer and art dealer from San Francisco. She matches her clients desires with fine and folk art from the world over--living up to her thriving business named Perfect Touch. She still remembers her rural childhood of hard work and poverty on the family dairy farm, but she keeps it firmly in the past as she searches out new artwork and artists that are on the breaking edge of acclaim. After she experienced the cultural riches San Francisco had to offer, she decided her life would be that of an urban career woman rather than a working mom commuting from the suburbs. With the intensive hours and travel required to grow her business to the next level, she has no time or energy left for romantic or family entanglements.

Jay Vermillion recently inherited Vermillion Sky, a ranch that nestles up to Wyoming’s Grand Teton Mountains--and the estates of the rich and restless. As a returned veteran of numerous deployments over the course of two wars, he finds himself wrestling with the demands of a ranch that has been run down during his father’s long illness. Between the urgent need to modernize and revitalize the Vermillion Sky, as well as an unexpected and vicious fight with his former stepmother over the custody of now-valuable paintings that were part of his father’s estate, Jay has no time for finding a wife and creating a sixth generation of Vermillions to ensure the family legacy continues.

When Jay hires Sara to appraise and market his father’s cache of paintings by Harris “Custer” Armstrong, neither one expects the explosive results of their eventual meeting in Jackson, Wyoming. In addition to a mutually inconvenient attraction, they a discover double murder at the edge of the ranch lands and a potential betrayal even closer to home. All trails lead to Custer’s artworks as valuable enough to kill for, especially an unknown painted rumored to be called The Muse.

As Sara and Jay unravel the motive for the killings, they both discover that love, like murder, doesn’t wait for a convenient time. On the heels of that soul-shattering realization, Sara is targeted for murder. Suddenly, the war-weary soldier finds something he is once again willing to die for…

Sara’s phone chimed and vibrated in her hand. She looked down, saw her partner’s phone number, and connected. For a few minutes Piper Embry would take Sara’s mind off the cold and the man whose deep voice wove through her dreams.
“Bought any great rugs lately?” Sara asked.
“I’ve got my eye on some that have me checking Perfect Touch’s bank balance.”
“What happened to consignment?”
“I’m working on it,” Piper said. “What’s this message you left about Wyoming?”
“I wrapped up the Chens early and came to Jackson.”
“I thought you were getting tired of flying all over the place.”
“I am.”
“But you’re still lusting after those Custers? Or is it Jay Vermilion of the incredible voice?”
“Wait until—if—I get my hands on those paintings,” Sara said, ignoring Piper’s teasing. “They will wring the hearts and pocketbooks of at least five of my clients, and go a long way toward reducing my world travel.” Chilly air swirled hard against her, blowing her hair into a nearly-black cloud around her face.
“What’s that sound?” Piper asked.
“Wind. Spring here is long on bluster and short on cherry petals.”
Sara glanced around quickly, looking for shelter. All she saw was another odd arch leading into another part of the park. Or maybe out of it. Whichever, she opted to stay in the sun.
“You okay?” Piper asked. “Your voice is different. Kind of strained.”
“You know me too well. My room was robbed. Computer and coat are gone. But I’m fine. Don’t have time right now for some junkie’s drama. In five minutes the judge is supposed to finally deliver herself of a verdict on the Vermilion case.”

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Elizabeth Lowell’s exciting novels of romantic suspense include New York Times Bestsellers: Dangerous Refuge, Beautiful Sacrifice, Death Echo, The Wrong Hostage, Amber Beach, Jade Island, Pearl Cove, and Midnight in Ruby Bayou. She has also written NYT best-selling historical series set in the American West and Medieval Britain. She has more than 80 titles published to date, with over 24 million copies of her books in print. She lives in the Sierra Nevada Mountains with her husband, with whom she writes novels under a pseudonym. Her favorite activity is exploring the Western United States to find the landscapes that speak to her soul and inspire her writing.

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Blog Tour - In The Heart of Grace by Diane Greco


Love is in the air in the quiet little town of Noyac, Long Island.
In this second installment of the Grace series, In the Heart of Grace, Susan and Tom’s romance has taken off at full speed, and they can’t help but wonder if Grace is up to her old tricks again.
Thanks to a generous gift from her elderly and clairvoyant neighbor Grace and the new love of her life Tom, Susan is thrilled that her yard and the exterior of her little house are getting an extreme makeover.
After losing her well-paying position as a gem broker weeks before, Susan wonders how she could have dealt with the new adventures of the “quiet life” had she still been commuting into New York City.
When Grace struggles with muddled thoughts and incomplete sentences, everyone is worried, but her clairvoyant ability is unaffected. After all, she manages to get her doctor and Susan’s mother together in a convoluted way, and the two widowers take off on a whirlwind romance.
But that’s not the end of Susan’s troubles. When she sees Tom with another woman, she assumes the worst. When Tom confronts her about the cold shoulder she’s giving him, she tries to get rid of him and injures her ankle in the process. Grace agrees to call an ambulance, but calls Tom instead and forces Susan confront her issues with Tom while accepting his help and learning an invaluable lesson.
Add to this a bank robbery and Grace’s desire to make financial decisions while she not quite in her right mind and everyone finds there is nothing “quiet” about this life.
In the Heart of Grace delves deeper into the heart of an amazing woman who teaches Susan and those she cherishes what love is all about.

I sat at her white farmhouse table, set with delicately embroidered linens and fine Dresden china cups and dessert plates, all elegantly arranged as if shed fussed for hours just as I knew she would. For Grace, this was no big deal. She did everything with such ease and, most fitting to her name, grace.
She sat beside me and poured our coffee, and as we fixed our respective cups to our liking, she said, “So you want to know more about Tom.”
She was at it again with that spooky knowing what was on my mind.
“Well, yes. I mean, I dont want to pry but—”
“Pry away! Of course you want to know about him. Youre falling in love with him, after all. You have every right to want to know.” She smiled her warmest smile and grabbed my hand.
“Hes the most kind and caring man, Susan, and he had a wonderful marriage to Anna. They seemed very well suited for each other. Anna was a bit on the quiet side, almost shy to a point, but devoted to Tom and their son John. Shed been a teacher, grade school I think, but had stopped so she could be home with the boy. You know that Tom was an architect with a very large firm and did very well, so Im guessing that they were okay financially, which allowed her to do that.”
She took a sip of coffee and then bit into a scone, wiping the crumbs from her mouth with the beautiful linen napkin.
“Anna was in the book club with me, so I knew a little about her. She seemed to enjoy our little club, always offering an interesting take on whatever we were reading, and was very kind to me if I needed a lift. We talked about the usual things regarding her son John, you know, his sports and school and such. He was an adorable little boy with thick curly hair. Tall for his age, just like his dad—all legs and arms, you know? He loved soccer and baseball like most young boys, but seemed to have a real affinity for any sport. Anyway, she always said that in spite of Toms busy schedule and the demands of his job, he always did his best to be there for a game or a practice. He took such pride in his son.”
I listened intently, munching away and taking in every word.
“When the fire took them, Tom was devastated, as you know. He wondered if he could, or should, go on. He didnt think there was any point to it. The loss of his family just seemed too much to bear. I understood this, of course. I mean, losing your family, especially your child, has to be the worst thing that anyone should have to bear, but knowing Anna and her devotion to Tom and their son, well, somehow I just knew she would want him to carry on and start a new life. That was why I felt it was so important to make him understand that. There was so much more in store for him in this life if he would just try.”
“But how could you know? I mean, did you have a premonition or something?” I asked.
“Theres a strange sort of tingling that goes on in my head when I get these hits, sort of like a tiny electrical charge, and thats when I know to pay attention. In this case, I just knew I had to do something for Tom. So I visited with him, brought him coffee every day, and finally gave him Lucy, not really knowing for sure what the outcome would be but certain that his life was important and he had a lot more to give to this world.”
I chewed on that for a few minutes, literally, as I savored the delicious scone and wondered if there were any other people in his life like parents or siblings. As if on cue, Grace answered my unspoken questions.
“His parents were wonderful to him, so patient and kind. I got to know them when Tom came to stay with me. They live in Old Westbury, and yes, theyre both still alive. They would come out for visits and his dad pitched in to help wherever he could. Hes a master carpenter, and whatever he put his hands to came out like a piece of art. Did Tom tell you his dad made that exquisite cherry mantel for his fireplace?”
“No,” I said. “We havent really talked about any of that. His house is beautiful, and I can see theres been a lot of love poured into the renovation of it, but Im kind of scared to bring up the subject. Im afraid to stir it all up again for him. I cant imagine the pain of it all.”
Grace thought for a moment.
“It will take time, but I think youre right to let it happen as Tom sees fit. Its such a mixed bag of emotions for him, you know? Losing everything and then reclaiming his home, working for hours on end in his gardens to make them as magnificent as they are now, and then meeting you. Theres relief and reminders there. You understand that, dont you Susan?”
I did. I thought of how I would react to losing Chris. My world would be shattered and, truthfully, I wasnt so sure if I could pick myself up and start over or, as Tom had thought in the depths of his despair, if I would even want to.

Praise for In the Heart of Grace
"In the Heart of Grace was written in the same sunny style as its precursor and it left me feeling warm and for lack of a better word, happy. It is a rare treat to kick back with an uplifting book that is free from drama and negativity. I was able to spend a few hours reading about an amazingly genuine woman who mends fences and heals hearts wherever she goes."
Bonnie- Words at Home blog

"One thing is for sure, In the Heart of Grace is a soft, feel good story that made me stop to appreciate the simpler things in life."
N.V. Hensey


Friday, July 24, 2015

Blog Tour - The Bride Wore Denim by Lizbeth Selvig

The Bride Wore Denim
Seven Brides for Seven Cowboys # 1
By: Lizbeth Selvig
Releasing July 21, 2015
Avon Impulse

About The Book
When Harper Lee Crockett returns home to Paradise Ranch, Wyoming, the last thing she expects is to fall head-over-heels in lust for Cole, childhood neighbor and her older sister's long-time boyfriend.  The spirited and artistic Crockett sister has finally learned to resist her craziest impulses, but this latest trip home and Cole's rough-and-tough appeal might be too much for her fading self-control. Cole Wainwright has long been fascinated by the sister who's always stood out from the crowd. His relationship with Amelia, the eldest Crockett sister, isn't as perfect as it seems, and with Harper back in town, he sees everything he's been missing. Cole knows they have no future together—he's tied to the land and she's created a successful life in the big city—but neither of them can escape their growing attraction or inconvenient feelings.  As Harper struggles to come to grips with new family responsibilities and her forbidden feelings for Cole, she must decide whether to listen to her head or to give her heart what it wants.

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Author Info/Links

Lizbeth Selvig writes fun, heartwarming contemporary romantic fiction for Avon books. Her debut novel, The Rancher and the Rock Star, was released in 2012. Her second, Rescued By A Stranger is a 2014 RWA RITA® Award nominee. Liz lives in Minnesota with her best friend (aka her husband), a hyperactive border collie named Magic and a gray Arabian gelding named Jedi. After working as a newspaper journalist and magazine editor, and raising an equine veterinarian daughter and a talented musician son, Lizbeth entered Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart® contest in 2010 with The Rancher and the Rock Star (then titled Songbird) and won the Single Title Contemporary category. In her spare time, she loves being a brand new grandma to Evelyn Grace as well as to hike, quilt, read, horseback ride, and play with her four-legged grandchildren, of which there are nearly twenty, including a wallaby, an alpaca, a donkey, a pig, a sugar glider, and many dogs, cats and horses (pics of all appear on her website She loves connecting with readers—contact her any time!

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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Book Review - A Girl Is A Half Formed Thing by Eimear McBride

A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing by Eimear McBride tells the story of a young girl growing up with her brother who has a brain tumor. The fact that he has a brain tumor is just one of the many horrific circumstances these two must face on  a daily basis.  At home their lives revolve around sexual abuse, chaos, and major trauma.  This book is all about getting inside a young girls head while she suffers extreme inner turmoil, guilt, and confusion, all of which are results of her heartbreaking experiences. 

A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing is one of the most impressive books I have read in quite a while, although the writing style is just about as abstract as the image on the cover. Since the style is so abstract, it may be difficult to follow at times, but I would encourage the reader to just be patient and stay with it because once you reach each and every moment of clarity it will take your breath away and maybe even bring you to tears.  This book is most definitely unforgettable and I would highly recommend it to anyone and everyone who is interested in reading something that actually leaves a lasting impression.  I am so happy to have read such an amazing book, and I would like to express my gratitude to for allowing me this opportunity.


-New York Times hails as “a future classic”

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Release Day Party - The Daughters Lem by Nila Aamoth

About the Book
Title: The Daughters Lem
Author: Nila Aamoth
Genre: Biographical / Memoir / Historical
The Daughters of Lem witnessed and survived the tragic event that forever transformed them. Orphaned, frightened, fiercely independent, the four sisters fought defiantly to raise themselves. But Lucille, Louise, and Nell Rose could not defeat the notion of a Lem bad seed; they chose to remain childless. Only Dorothy sought to achieve what she perceived to be a “normal” life as a wife and mother. In the process, she discovered her power as an independent woman. Her own three offspring became a new generation of the Daughters of Lem, and fortunate participants in their mother’s improbably joyful journey.

Author Bio
Nila Knack Aamoth wrote her first story at age four, and never stopped plying the pencil, the typewriter, and finally the computer keyboard. She began her journalism career in Houston, Texas, and owned two community newspapers in Michigan. For 25 years, she was editor and publisher of The Penasee Globe. "I figured my thoughts were more valuable than the traditional penny, so I called my weekly column A Nickel's Worth," she likes to joke. Those mostly light-hearted musings won her numerous state and national writing awards. Her insightful editorials, both humorous and serious, won the Michigan Press Association award for "Best Editorial" two years running. "I believed I could write about anything," she says. "But writing the incredible story of my own family was almost too heart-wrenching. I think I've finally grown up!"


Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Release Day Party - Redemption by Becky Johnson

About the Book

Title: Redemption
Author: Becky Johnson
Genre: Mystery / Suspense
Charlotte Marshall’s life changed dramatically when she uncovered a serial killer and narrowly escaped alive. With Lawrence Pheares gone, relationships more validated and trusted than ever, and a new book just aching to be written, careless bliss should have been just around the corner. But when her car is bombed and her worst intuitions realized, a dangerous game of revenge begins to unravel, and for the elusive killer with dark secrets, this time its personal. With all she loves threatened and time running out, Charlotte must outwit her deadliest adversary yet before evil can destroy all she holds dear. A fast-paced, suspenseful, cat-and-mouse story with shocking twists around ever page turn, Redemption keeps the heart pounding and intrigue building for both experienced Charlotte Marshall fans and those new to the series alike.

Author Bio
Run is Becky Johnson’s first published novel, but not her first book. Books are Becky’s passion and always have been. She used to get in trouble in school for reading during class! Becky has Master’s degrees in social work and history, and for her day job she is a social worker. In her writing she tries to answer a question that is important to both social work and history: Why? She always wants to know why people do the things they do or feel the way they feel. When not reading or writing she enjoys yoga, running, cooking, and makes a pretty mean chili!


Friday, July 17, 2015

Blog Tour - The Mistaken Identity by Patricia Gligor

Title: Mistaken Identity
Author: Patricia Gligor
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Ann feels like she’s in Paradise as she digs her toes into the soft, white sand and
gazes out at the ocean. She’s looked forward to this trip to South Carolina for a long time and all she wants to do is bask in the sun, resting and relaxing. She and her two young children are enjoying their time on Fripp Island with Ann’s sister, Marnie, and Marnie’s elderly friend and former neighbor, Clara Brunner, a long time resident with a vast knowledge of the island and the people who live there. At the fourth of July fireworks, Clara introduces them to newlyweds Jenny and Mark Hall and their families. But Ann’s plans for a peaceful vacation are shattered the next morning. When she goes for a solitary walk on the beach, she discovers the body of a young woman with the chain of a gold locket twisted around her neck and she immediately recognizes the locket as the one Jenny Hall was wearing the night before.  Shocked and saddened, Ann is determined to try to find the killer and to see them brought to justice. She convinces Marnie and Clara to join her in conducting an investigation but, in the process, she places her own life in jeopardy.

As Jenny slipped her iPod into the pocket of her tee shirt and put on her earphones, the locket she always wore around her neck came loose and fell to the floor. She frowned as she stooped to pick it up, examined the clasp and placed it on the end table by the door. She was relieved to see that the clasp wasn’t broken. Still, she wasn’t going to take any chances. Her grandmother had given her that locket years ago. It was her most treasured possession and it had served as the “something old” for her wedding the week before. She wouldn’t wear the locket again until she had a jeweler take a look at it. Closing the sliding glass door behind her, she walked across the flagstone tiles on the patio and stepped onto the patch of grass, which led to the beach. As she stopped to stretch out her muscles, she watched the sun slowly rise over the ocean and she paused to admire the spectacular array of colors in the sky. No matter how many sunrises she saw, each one took her breath away. This was going to be another beautiful day!  She turned up the volume on her iPod, took a deep breath of the salty air and began to jog the few yards to the beach, her long blonde ponytail swaying behind her. She loved listening to the fast beat of the hard rock music on her favorite station; it invigorated her. She began to hum along with the song and, the second her feet hit the packed down sand at the water’s edge, she took off running, gradually increasing her speed. When she was several yards down the beach, a squadron of pelicans flew in a tight "V" formation low across the water, temporarily blocking the sun’slight and plunging everything into sudden darkness. A shiver ran down her spine and Jenny stopped dead in her tracks. 

Author Bio
Patricia Gligor is a Cincinnati native. She enjoys reading mystery/suspense novels, touring and photographing old houses and traveling. She has worked as an administrative assistant, the sole proprietor of a resume writing service and the manager of a sporting goods department but her passion has always been writing fiction. Ms. Gligor writes the Malone Mystery series. The first three books, Mixed Messages, Unfinished Business, and Desperate Deeds take place in Cincinnati but in Mistaken Identity, the fourth book, her characters are vacationing on Fripp Island in South Carolina.

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Release Day Party - The Blind World by M.C. Rohweder

About the Book
Title: The Blind World
Author: M.C. Rohweder
Genre: New Adult Urban Fantasy
Miranda Schaffer just wants a little freedom for the start of college. Having convinced her parents to let her live in the house left to them by her great-aunt Janine, she’s excited. That is, until her classmate, Cole, tries to convince her that the house is one of the tools needed by the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse to raise Hell.  Cole identifies himself as a Guardian, whose sole purpose in life is to prevent the gateway to Hell—supposedly Miranda’s basement—from falling into the wrong hands. Miranda brushes off his concerns, thinking he’s crazy.  On top of that, the cute real estate agent interested in the house is, according to Cole, one of the Four Horsemen, and she should stay away from him at all costs. That’s easier said than done when she can’t get him out of her head. Will her indecision leave her with Hell to pay?

Author Bio
M. C. Rohweder is from Sin City, where The Brimstone Series takes place. She has been writing for as long as she can remember, and hopes her readers love her stories as much as she loves writing them.

 Twitter: @mcrohweder