Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Release Day Launch: Before You by Amber Hart


We're so excited to celebrate the release of BEFORE YOU by Amber Hart from Kensington Teen! This multicultural romance has us swooning!


Before You revisedABOUT BEFORE YOU

Some say love is deadly. Some say love is beautiful. I say it is both.

Faith Watters spent her junior year traveling the world, studying in exquisite places, before returning to Oviedo High School. From the outside her life is picture-perfect. Captain of the dance team. Popular. Happy. Too bad it’s all a lie.

It will haunt me. It will claim me. It will shatter me. And I don't care.

Eighteen-year-old Diego Alvarez hates his new life in the States, but staying in Cuba is not an option. Covered in tattoos and scars, Diego doesn't stand a chance of fitting in. Nor does he want to. His only concern is staying hidden from his past—a past, which if it were to surface, would cost him everything. Including his life.

At Oviedo High School, it seems that Faith Watters and Diego Alvarez do not belong together. But fate is as tricky as it is lovely. Freedom with no restraint is what they long for. What they get is something different entirely.

Love—it will ruin you and save you, both.



“Hi, I’m Faith Watters.” Those are the first words I speak to the new Cuban guy in the front office. He grimaces. He’ll be a tough one. I can handle it, though. He’s not the first. I can’t help but notice that he looks a lot like a model from the neck up—eyes the color of oak, strong bone structure. Everywhere else, he looks a lot like a criminal. Chiseled, scarred body … I wonder for a second about the meaning behind the tattoos scratched into his arms. One thing’s clear. He’s dangerous. And he’s beautiful. “I’ll show you to your classes,” I announce. I’m one of the peer helpers at our school. It’s not my favorite thing to do, but it counts as a class. Basically I spend the first two days with new students, introducing them around and answering their questions. Some parents with kids new to the school voluntarily sign their students up, but it’s only mandatory for the international students, of which we have a lot. Mostly Latinos. This Cuban guy towers over me. I’m five six. Not tall. Not short. Just average. Average is good. This guy’s not average. Not even a little bit. He must be over six feet. I glance up at him, kind of like I do when I’m searching for the moon in a sea of darkness. “Looks like you have math first. I’ll walk you there,” I offer. “No thanks, chica. I can handle it.” “It’s no problem,” I say, leading the way. He tries to snatch his schedule from my hands, but I move too fast. “Why don’t we start with your name?” I suggest. I already know his name. Plus some. Diego Alvarez. Eighteen years old. Moved from Cuba two weeks ago. Only child. No previous school records. I read it in his bio. I want to hear him say it. “You got some kinda control issues or somethin’?” he asks harshly, voice slightly accented. “You got some kind of social issues or somethin’?” I fire back, holding my stance. I won’t let him intimidate me, though I’ll admit, he’s hot. Too bad he has a nasty attitude. The side of his lip twitches. “No. I just don’t mix with your type,” he answers. “My type?” “That’s what I said.” “You don’t even know my type.” No one does. Well, except Melissa. He chuckles humorlessly. “Sure I do. Head cheerleader? Date the football player? Daddy’s little girl who gets everything she wants?” He leans closer to whisper. “Probably a virgin.” My cheeks burn hot. “I’m not a cheerleader,” I say through clamped teeth. “Whatever,” he says. “Are you gonna give me my schedule or not?” “Not,” I answer. “But you can feel free to follow me to your first class.” He steps in front of me, intimately close. “Listen, chica, nobody tells me what to do.” I shrug. “Fine, suit yourself. It’s your life. But if you want to attend this school, it’s mandatory for me to show you to your classes for two days.” His eyes narrow. “Who says I want to attend this school?” I take the last step toward him, closing the gap between us. When we were little, Melissa and I used to collect glass bottles. Whenever we accumulated twenty, we’d break them on the concrete. When the glass shattered, the slivered pieces made a breathtaking prism of light. I cut myself on the glass by accident once. It was painful, but worth it. The beauty was worth it. It’s funny how the bottle was never as beautiful as when it was broken.

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 Amber Hart grew up in Orlando, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia. She now resides on the Florida coastline with family. When unable to find a book, she can be found writing, daydreaming, or with her toes in the sand. She's the author of BEFORE YOU, AFTER US, UNTIL YOU FIND ME, and sequel to UNTIL YOU FIND ME (untitled as of yet). Represented by Beth Miller of Writers House.
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Monday, July 28, 2014

Book Blitz: The Falling of Love by Marisa Oldham

Publisher: Indie World Publishing & Author Services

About The Falling of Love:
 You will never forget your first date, your first kiss, or your first love. You'll also never forget how it felt when it was torn apart.

Seventeen-year old Grace Hathaway does not give much thought to falling in love, until the day that Ian Taylor, rebel and misfit walks into her math class. From their first conversation, Grace is mesmerized by Ian's charisma and rock star fa├žade.

Ian Taylor, a seventeen-year old kid from the wrong side of the tracks tries to ignore the feelings he has for Grace, but is captured by her caring, non-judgmental personality from the moment they meet. Grace becomes Ian's everything and there is nothing he will not do for her. Hurting her was never part of his plan.

***Recommended for ages 18+ due to sexual content and strong language.*** 

 Ian lies with his head on Grace’s stomach. Entwining their fingers together, they lie in silence on her bed. They have been this way for hours and he wishes they could stay like this forever. Only an occasional “I love you” is shared between them. Thunder cracks in the sky and startles Grace.

Ian chuckles and pulls her closer to his body. The rhythmic sound of the rain tapping against the rooftop and her comforting presence lures him into a state of pure relaxation, soothing his soul.

“I love the sound of the rain,” she says, as she traces the lines on his knuckle with the tip of her finger.

Ian raises his head to look into her eyes and smiles. “And I love you.”
Climbing on top of her, he lowers his lips to her neck. Grace lets out a heavy sigh that blows through his hair. Ian trails kisses down her neck, over her collarbone, and stops inches away from her lips. “Do you know that I love you, Gracie?”

“Yeah, I do, without a doubt.”

He kisses her. “I know you love me too, and it’s freaking amazing,” he says. “You know what I love?”
She smiles at him. “Me?”

He laughs. “Besides you. It’s something you do to me.”

She looks at him, puzzled. “What?”

“I love those soft, sweet kisses you give me on the cheek. It’s hands-down one of the best things you do to me.”

Grace brushes Ian’s long auburn hair out of his face and slowly leans into him. Her breath hits his cheek and the tip of her nose brushes his skin. She gives him a very soft, sweet kiss on his cheek.

“Ah yeah, babe. That’s it. That’s what I love. It’s so sweet and tells me that you love me without any words.” He reaches for her face and cups her chin in between his thumb and forefinger.
He pulls her face to his and sucks on her bottom lip. Gradually, he eases his tongue between her two lips and finds her eagerly awaiting his kiss.

“Do you know what I love, Ian?” she asks. Her words are a jumbled mess between Ian’s kisses.

“What, baby?” he says within a breath.

“I love kissing you. I could spend the rest of my life kissing only you. You’re the best kisser in the entire world.”

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 About Marisa Oldham:
California born Marisa Oldham, now resides in Arizona where she practices her love of writing as a hobby. Writing is a new passion of hers and she plans to continue writing past just the novels in the Falling series.
Marisa finds inspiration for writing her novels in her family, friends, and the world around her. She is currently working on two new novels.

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Blog Tour: Between Before and After by Amanda Dick

So happy to be part of this exciting and unique blog tour for this awesome book! Each blog is going to feature a different character of the book and I got Kate. So, y'all will get to hear a bit about her, see my review and get some questions answered from the author herself! This blog tour is unique in the way that it's a Scavenger Hunt, so head on over to the event headquarters after you read this post to get in on the fun and maybe even win a giveaway! https://www.facebook.com/events/740484686015914/

 My Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars! 
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About Between Before and After:
Five friends. Three days. One heart-stopping discovery.

Three years ago, Danny Morris left behind a gun, a tonne of questions and a gaping hole in the lives of those who loved him. What he didn’t leave was a suicide note.

On the anniversary of his death, his closest friends gather at his parents’ beach house in New Zealand's idyllic Marlborough Sounds. Danny’s girlfriend, Kate, holds fast to his memory by continuing to live in the house they shared. 
Struggling to move on with her life, her blossoming feelings for Danny’s best friend, Finn, only complicate matters. Withdrawing from his high-flying lifestyle, Max has carved out a much simpler life. Self-medicating with alcohol, fighting off nightmares he refuses to talk about, the memory of finding Danny’s body has him sailing dangerously close to the edge. While Finn is finally ready to address his feelings for Kate, trying to save Max from himself dredges up long-buried anger and frustration that threaten to overwhelm him. For Lacey and Gavin, a recent bereavement gives them a heart-wrenching insight of a different kind.

Instead of time easing the pain, the group find themselves stuck in limbo, awaiting the understanding and peace that has so far eluded them. 

Three years ago, a single bullet ricocheted through all of them - and this year everything will change again. 
My Thoughts: 
* I received this book for review from the author, this in no way affects my thoughts expressed below*
       4.5 of 5 Stars
I was so excited going into this book. I follow this author on her Facebook page, and had seen so many amazing teasers that really drew me in.

"Three years ago, Danny Morris left behind a gun, a tonne of questions and a gaping hole in the lives of those who loved him. What he didn’t leave was a suicide note."

Yeah, that's enough to make anyone curious! On the anniversary of his death his friends gather together at his parent's New Zealand beach house. Though this sounds morbid and scary and maybe not something you'd usually read I recommend you give it a shot. All of the characters are dealing with their pain in different ways, and the book truly brought so many emotions out in me. I was a little confused at some points, but that happens when there are so many characters I suppose. I don't feel like it took too much away from the book.

I have to say, the writing style of the author so made the book. It feels like Amanda Dick was sitting in front of me telling this story. It flows that smooth. I feel like this is one of those books that needs to be written. It's not just about Danny, it's about the people left in the aftermath. The ones he left behind. Their gut-wrenching, unbearable pain. Their struggle to move on when they are just as lost and confused as when the bullet echoed. This beautiful, heart-wrenching story is one that will stay with me for a long time. To fans of books that make you think, about life, about death, about everything: this is a book you might just fall in love with.

*I received this book for review from the author, this in no way affected my thoughts as expressed in this review.* 
 Meet Kate!
“I’m in charge of collecting the mussels for dinner – chef’s orders,” she smiled over her shoulder, heading for the steps.

“I’ll come with you,” Finn said immediately, putting his beer on the deck beside his chair and standing up.The thoughts she had had earlier made another appearance, and she quickly pushed them aside. She couldn’t spend the next few days avoiding him just because she had some kind of girly crush she was having trouble getting over.

He fell into step beside her as they made their way over the lawn and down onto the sandy beach. She struggled for something to say to ease the tension but for once, nothing came.

“How’s your stomach?” Finn asked finally.

“It’s fine now.” She smiled over at him briefly as they strolled along the sand towards the jetty closest to the house. “Maybe those seasickness pills finally kicked in.”

They reached the weather-beaten wooden jetty and he climbed up onto it first, offering her his hand. Gingerly, she took it. His fingers closed around hers, safe and solid and reliable, and she had to keep telling herself that it was nothing, he was just being his usual, chivalrous self. She wished her heart would stop thumping in her ears so she could think straight.

He pulled her up onto the jetty next to him. Being in such close proximity didn’t help clear up any of the confusion she felt – if anything, it made it worse. Part of her wanted to crawl into his arms. The other part of her wanted to run from him. She kept telling herself that he had Kelly – he wasn’t available. Even if he was, she wasn’t sure that would make any difference. If he would just keep his distance, she could get over this infatuation, or whatever the hell this was. Only, he didn’t seem to be able to do that.

They walked in silence down the length of the jetty. The water was a gorgeous azure blue, clear and shallow beneath them. A multitude of sea life attached themselves to the pylons, including starfish and mussels. She wasn’t normally a huge fan of mussels, but it always seemed to be the thing to do here, and she was keen to keep up the old traditions, the ones that Danny had started when they first began coming here all those years ago. It seemed important, a way of keeping his memory alive.

“Watch your step,” he warned, heading down the few wooden steps built into the side of the jetty, leading into the water.

The steps were slippery at the best of times, and she took them slowly, following him. He reached for the bowl and she handed it to him as he began to collect the mussels that had attached themselves to the pylons, dropping them into the bowl. It wasn’t a two-person job, so she sat down on the step, smoothing her skirt down over her thighs. She searched for something safe to talk about.

“So, how’s Kelly?” she ventured, keeping her tone casual.

He stopped what he was doing and sat back on his heels. “We broke up.”

“What? When?”

”About a month ago? Something like that.”

Today was February fifteenth. Six weeks after what happened between them at New Years. Was he trying to tell her something?

“I’m so sorry – I didn’t know. Why didn’t you tell me?”

“Didn’t want to make a big deal out of it.”

She got the feeling he might have been waiting for the right moment to tell her. Did the others know? If they did, they hadn’t mentioned it. Had he asked them not to? Was she reading too much into this? Her head spun.

“It was a mutual thing,” he continued. “It just wasn’t working. She wanted the whole deal – big wedding, couple of kids, white picket fence.”

“And you didn’t?”

He stared at the mussels he had piled in the bowl at his feet. “That’s the thing,” he said, “I did want all that – I mean, I do want all that. Just not with her.”

The pregnant silence between them was almost as deafening as the cicadas.
 About the Author:
Amanda Dick is a night-owl, coffee addict, movie buff and music lover.  She also writes.

Born in Opotiki, New Zealand, she is rather partial to dark chocolate and believes in the power of a good vanilla latte.  She has a passion for the colour green (particularly in clothes and gemstones) and insists there is nothing sexier than a man in a kilt.  

She spent several months traveling around Europe in her late 20’s (there’s a story there – she’ll get around to writing it one day).  After ridding herself of her wanderlust, she met the love of her life (while working to pay off said wanderlust) in Edinburgh, Scotland.  They moved in together the week after their first date – so yes, she believes in love at first sight.  She also believes in Women's Intuition and following your heart. 

She writes on her trusty laptop, predominantly late at night, when it's quiet and interruptions are few.  Most of all, she enjoys writing about human behaviour - love, loss, joy, grief, friendship and relationships in general.  She loves to put normal, everyday people into situations that will test their boundaries.  She is passionately curious about how we, as human beings, react when pushed to the edge.  

After living in Scotland for five years, she has now settled back home in New Zealand, where she lives with her husband and two children.

Q&A With The Author:
 1.) Hey Amanda! First off, I really loved reading your book: Between Before And After. One thing I think is really cool about your book is you don't focus so much on the person who ended their life, but the ones that have to live with his decision. I feel like this could really help people going through a similar situation out there I have to ask, what prompted you to write a book about such a serious subject? You did a great job with it, I think, by the way! 

A: Wow, great question! Yes, this book was always about the aftermath of suicide, rather than the decision itself. Mainly, I think, because oftentimes the decision is made in private. I hope that this book WILL find it's way into those who it may really be able to help, those who are perhaps thinking the world would be better off without them. If only they knew the impact their life has made on others, and how their decision will haunt those left behind. As to my inspiration, it came from the childhood friend of my husband's, who committed suicide in the late 90's. I saw how it affected my husband, and the questions it raised amongst those who knew his friend. It completely blindsided everyone, so unexpected. My writer's mind wanted to explore that, so I created Danny Morris. I deliberately kept his character in the background throughout the book, not showing his side of the story, as I believe that the story, while overshadowed by his actions, wasn't actually about him. It was about his decision and how it affected those who loved him. 

2.) What was the hardest part of writing this book? 

A: Showing each character as an individual, and how each was handling their grief. We deal with grief differently, and I wanted to show that in the book, through the characters. Writing Max's point of view was harder than the others, only because I was more graphic with what he had seen. Sitting there at my desk, researching gunshot wounds to the head on the internet, it was pretty horrifying. It wasn't as difficult as I thought to put myself in Max's shoes - but it was difficult to get to sleep some nights, with those images swimming around in my head. It's hard to switch off sometimes. It's natural for your imagination to wander, and it doesn't take very much to kick-start it! 

 3.) So Amanda, I think one more very important question I have to ask is, what's in store for us next? Do you have another book in the works? 

As it happens, I'm working on another story at the moment. Called "Into the Void", it's a murder/mystery about a missing person. I don't want to give away any spoilers, but it's a bit darker than my first two books. As with the others though, it focuses on finding hope out of tragedy

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Cover Reveal: Tess in Boots!

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Tess in Boots by Courtney Rice Gager

Anaiah Romance

Tess in Boots Cover RevealTess Dougherty plans every aspect of her life right down to the last detail. But she doesn’t plan on running her boyfriend off by bringing up the topic of marriage before he’s ready. And she doesn’t plan to lose her job on the day she’s set to receive a huge promotion. So when her perfect world unravels, Tess makes a new plan: disappear.

Tess packs her bags and leaves her city apartment for a remote vineyard in North Carolina. At first, she’s put off by the slow pace of small-town life in the South. She’s especially irritated by Thatcher, the vineyard’s smart-mouth, dimple-faced farmhand. But she soon begins to appreciate the area’s charm, and Thatcher’s charm, too. She even swaps her trademark heels for a pair of cowboy boots. As Tess spends more time getting to know Thatcher, she finds herself loosening her grip on her old life little by little. Unfortunately, things on the vineyard aren’t as simple as they seem. There’s a secret here, and when the truth comes to light, Tess is forced to reconsider every plan she’s ever made.

Release Date: December 2, 2014

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22779717-tess-in-boots

Author Bio:

Courtney Rice GagerCourtney Rice Gager graduated from Virginia Tech with a bachelor’s degree in communication and a minor in creative writing. Courtney is also the author of The Buggy List. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and daughter.

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Blog Tour: Sparks by RS McCoy!

So, remember one of my favorite books so far this year? Yeah, I know I was part of the first blog tour but I loved it so much I had to share about this book with y'all again!

"Everyone in the world has a Spark, a light inside that guides them, keeps them alive.”

Myxini School for Children specializes in training young men and women who have powerful Sparks. Strikers are taught to manipulate fire. Trackers learn to find animals in the most formidable terrains. Handlers are instructed in communication with large predators. But forty years have passed since the last time they had a Reader – a student with the ability to read minds.

When Lark Davies enrolls at Myxini, he knows there aren’t many like him, but he doesn’t realize just how rare his abilities really are. He thinks nothing of being asked to keep his Spark a secret; after all, he can barely control it. Thoughts and emotions flood unbidden into his mind until he can scarcely walk or hold a conversation. But just when he needs it most, his ability fails him.

Lark meets Khea, a small frightened girl who mysteriously ignites his protective nature. He has no explanation for the curious strength of their relationship, and it doesn’t help that she is one of the few people in the world whose thoughts can’t be read. As he struggles to get to the root of their unique bond, Lark begins to unravel more power than even his mentor expected, but in the process makes himself a target to political leaders eager to take control.

~Spirits Released July 28~

"Loving her was easier when I thought we were going to die."

Lark Davies sleeps in a gilded palace and eats the finest foods, but he would trade it all to change that one night. Unable to use his talent for mind-reading to prevent a series of murders, Lark's dreams are ravaged by gruesome memories. Robbed of sleep and slowly losing his sanity, the devoted lover and expectant father can only watch as his life continues to spiral out of control.

Whispers of invasion threaten what little peace their new life might have offered. Khea, the new queen of Nakbeand his only light in the nightdeclares human sacrifice to be a necessary component of the island culture, forcing Lark to assert his disapproval. For the first time, the unifying bond he shares with her isn't enough to keep them together. 

With his mentor at his side, Lark's only hope to stand against the queen and avert a future of death lies in his unexplored ability to manipulate physical elements of the world. The two men search out the spirits that control water, fire, and wind in hopes of ending two thousand years of violent traditions before rival nations invade. 

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RS McCoy didn’t ever plan on being a writer. With a career teaching high school science, writing is the last thing she expected. But life never goes the way you think it will. While battling cancer, she picked up her laptop and let the words flow out. One year later, her first published fantasy novel has been released on Amazon and her second novel is in the works. She is a wife, mother of two, a scientist, baker, gardener, and life-long science fiction and fantasy addict.

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Daughter of Hope by Joanna Fay Review

My Rating: 3.5 of 5 Stars

About the Book:
 The fate of an entire world will be decided by the actions of one magical young girl.

The Guardians of Siaris have been warring for thousands of years, torn apart by betrayal and lost loves. Xereth waits patiently for his chance at revenge. The only thing standing in his way is one of his own offspring.

As Xereth's daughter, Revetia is destined to help him destroy Siaris and those who wronged him, but Revetia's will is strong. With hope and help, she might be able to break free from Xereth's tight and treacherous clasp, but at what price?

Sier has always tried to stay out of affairs that threaten his family's safety. When Revetia asks him for help, she forces him into a position that could cost his family, the elden, and humans their lives. Is he prepared to put those he loves and protects in jeopardy?

With the fate of Siaris resting on Revetia's shoulders, will her actions trigger a war between gods, slaves and Guardians?

My Thoughts:
  I honestly wasn't too sure about this book, but something prompted me to read it, so I did. There were parts where I at times got a bit confused, but overall I felt like it was a great story. I loved all the characters and felt that they were well thought out and unique. I highly recommend this book for lovers of action-packed stories!

 I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.    

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Under the Burning Stars by Carrigan Richards

Before I post my review I just want to let y'all know I'm starting a new program this week over on the blog Facebook page https://facebook.com/ElectivelyPaige where I'm going to be featuring a different author each week. This week is the fabulous Carrigan Richards: an amazing author and a really good friend of mine who I actually first talked to because of how much I loved the first book in this series! I have to say, I loved this one even more so I hope you enjoy reading my thoughts on the book! 

My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars!
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About Under the Burning Stars:
 Everyone said it was over. But Ava knew it was just the beginning.

After risking everything and beating the odds to be with the love of her life, Peter, life should be good for Ava. Far from it. An altercation with the humans has left him struggling with his new life as an Enchanter, and Ava can feel him slipping away. Nightmares of her mother's murder haunt her, and leave her grappling with the darkness inside herself. She will stop at nothing to uncover the truth about her mother, even if that truth is more dangerous than anything she's faced before.

After her search for knowledge lands her on the verge of banishment from her coven, Ava must seek forgiveness from everyone and forge her own destiny as the coven faces an onslaught of war.

My Thoughts: 
*Though I received a pre-release review copy of this book for review, I purchased my own Kindle copy. Either way, this in no way affects my thoughts as expressed in this review.*
So, after reading the first book in this series I could not wait to read more! I just knew there was more to the story and was looking forward to seeing where Ava's journey would take us next. 

This book, I have to say, was even better than the first. I was pretty busy around the time I read this, or I would have definitely read this all in one sitting. The book just... flows so well that I honestly was on the edge of my seat just waiting for the next page before I even finished the one I was on. Carrigan Richards has one of those unique voices to her books that truly put you in the story. 

Ava, to me, is an extremely easy character to relate to. Though her actions are sometimes questionable to the other members of her coven, the voice Carrigan created for her just made me feel like in the situations she was in I would do the exact same thing. 

Then, there's the cliffhangers. Let's just say I may have gave my bookish best friend the silent treatment after reading this one. I cannot wait to read book three! If you've read Under A Blood Moon then I recommend you pick up this book right away, you won't regret it. If you haven't read UABM, well, what are you waiting for? Both books are some of the best paranormal books I've read in a while. So, if you are looking for your next great book to get lost in, give these a chance!

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