Spotlight: Targeted by Marissa Garner @TastyBookTours @M_Garner_Author

Targeted releases today!  Here’s an excerpt for your reading pleasure.  Enjoy! 

For San Diego’s elite FBI agents, risking their lives is standard procedure
when it comes to capturing the city’s most dangerous criminals-
but falling in love is the greatest risk of all. ??
FBI Heat #2
Marissa Garner
Released June 7th, 2016
Forever Yours
FBI Special Agent Marissa Panuska faces the most explosive case of her career when she impersonates a female terrorist to infiltrate an al-Qaeda cell. Her dark hair, olive complexion, and Arabic fluency make her the perfect imposter, but each passing hour raises the risk of discovery. Can she stop the dirty-bomb plot-alone-when the Feds don’t even know the target? And should she trust the mysterious man who bursts into her life when her cover is blown?
Former Navy SEAL Ameen Ali has a very personal reason for hating the terrorists and vowing to stop them. But when a beautiful woman joins the sleeper cell spreading death-to-America propaganda at his mosque, he doesn’t want to believe she shares their evil goals. Can he convince her to join forces before it’s too late?
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Spotlight and Giveaway: From This Day Forward by Lauren Layne @TastyBookTours @_LaurenLayne @TastyBookPR

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The Wedding Belles #0.5
Lauren Layne
Released June 6th, 2016
Pocket Star

Sex and the City meets The Wedding Planner in this prequel to USA TODAY bestselling author Lauren Layne’s The Wedding Belles series about three high-powered New York City women who can plan any wedding—but their own.
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Review: Texas Rebels: Jude by Linda Warren


May Contain Spoilers

I try to read all of the American Romances as soon as the library receives them.  I don’t usually read the book descriptions before I check them out; they are automatically added to my library basket.  While not every one is a success for me, I enjoy a majority of them.  Texas Rebels: Jude had a couple rocky issues, but overall, I did enjoy my first Linda Warren read, too.

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Spotlight and Giveaway: Kiss Me That Way by Laura Trentham @TastyBookTours @LauraTrentham

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Cottonbloom #1
Laura Trentham
Releasing May 31st, 2016
St. Martin’s Paperbacks

A river divides Cottonbloom in two: the upscale enclave on the Mississippi side and the rundown, rough and tumble side in Louisiana. They’re worlds apart—but nothing can build a bridge like love…

Cade Fournette never had it easy Cottonbloom. He stuck around long enough to raise his orphaned siblings and then hightailed it out West—and never looked back. Even though he’s made a success of himself in Seattle, Cade never lost the toughness and the angry edge that helped him survive down South. His only weak spot: the girl he left behind…
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Manga Review: A Wife of Convenience by Yoshiko Hanatsu & Kim Lawrence

May Contain Spoilers

Despite some initial confusion with the story, as well as a few questions about word choices used in the translation, A Wife of Convenience was a pretty entertaining read.  At first I hated the cover, but Rosie’s slightly overwhelmed expression perfectly reflects her state of mind during the first part of the story.  This has a couple tropes I enjoy despite myself.  There’s twin sisters swapping places, the hero’s family is filled to the brim with selfish losers who try to meddle in their lives, and a marriage of convenience to keep the family business out of the hands of said selfish losers.

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Review: One Rodeo Season by Sarah M Anderson

May Contain Spoilers

I am a big fan of Anderson’s writing, so I try to read her books as soon as they are released.  I loved Ian, but Lacy – I didn’t have such warm feelings for.  She loudly, and repeatedly, insists she doesn’t need anyone’s help, despite the fact that she so obviously does.  She grated constantly on my nerves.  Ian, on the other hand, made mistakes when he was younger, and strove constantly to be a better person.  This is somewhat of a challenge, because of his hot temper, but he tries oh, so hard, for the entire book.

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