Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Cover Reveal: Do Not Disturb by Kristine Dugger

Title: Do Not Disturb
Author: Kristine Dugger
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: July 14, 2020
Cover Designer: Dani Julian Cover Model: Shane MacKinnon Photographer: Wander Aguiar Photography

One look. One drink. A friendly conversation between two strangers.
A divorced mother of two. A younger man married to his job.
A chance meeting at the airport.
What are the odds of them sharing a plane together?
Quite slim.
Fate had another plan for them.
All it took was one more look and their lives were changed without them knowing about it.
A weekend of fun turns into something more than just…
Leave a sign on the door, DO NOT DISTURB.


After checking into the hotel, I decided to go all out for this weekend. My friends will be in tomorrow for the wedding. Tonight, I have the penthouse suite all to myself. Well, not myself. I walk toward Lennox, he was waiting in the bar area. That rugged smirk appears across his face. I approach him, “I’m on the very top floor. 1305. Let’s go.”
I grab his hand and lead him to the elevator. When we get into the elevator, I pounce on him causing him to startle back. Our lips interlock. Our tongues start dancing. My hand reaches down to his belt buckle, I start to fiddle with it. He pulls away. My teeth clench down on his bottom lip. “Fuck, woman. Anxious much?” he groans, as I release his lip. 
I purr, “You’re all my tonight. So be ready?”
“Well, okay then,” he smirks. 
The elevator door opens up and we walk down the long, dim-light hallaway. It was like a scene from a music video. While holding his hand, I lead him down the orangish-red carpet to my room at the end. It’s been too damn long since I have been with a man. Jonathon was my last. After the divorce, my focus with my children and career. Tonight is going to be different. My focus is getting fucked while fucking his brain out. All this built up tension is about to unleash on this poor pup. Jonathon might have been the last man I fucked but that doesn’t mean I’m not shy when exploring more. I’m going to make Lennox my bitch tonight. I love that he is on board. Men, they truly think with their second head. 
We make it to the door. While I fiddle with my phone to get the room barcode to open the door, he wraps his strong arm around me and squeezes me, bringing me close to his body. His breath hits my neck causing my body to shiver. Then hello lips, he nibbles my neck. Goodness, I need the code asap. Finally, the barcode appears in my wallet and I open the door. Both of us dragging our luggage, we stumble into the suite. He releases me from his hold. I turn around, pushing my luggage to the floor. He stands just a few feet from the doorway. I demand, “Close the door. But first put up the sign that says ‘Do Not Disturb’.”

1: Do Not Disturb – Halestorm
2: The Sex is Good - Saving Abel
3: My Song for You – Shooter Jennings
4: Love is Hell - Theory of a Deadmen
5: Hero – Skillet
6: Familiar Taste of Poison – Halestorm
7: Comin in Hot – Hollywood Undead
8: The Dance – Garth Brooks
9: Is This Love - Whitesnake
10: I Do – Paul Brandt
11: Alone – Heart
12: Just the Way You Are – Bruno Mars

Kristine Dugger is a thirty-something mom and wife who enjoys writing romance novels. Kristine resides in the suburb of Omaha, NE (Papillon, NE) where she enjoys spending time with her two amazing girls and wonderful husband playing sports. When Kristine is not writing and has spare time you will find her in the gym or outside doing some sort of exercise.
Before entertaining her dream of becoming a writer, Kristine earned her Master’s degree in Nutrition and Health Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. While Kristine loved her job as a Dietitian, she enjoys writing so much more. 
Kristine loves connecting with her readers to talk books and life. You can follow Kristine in the following places.
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Promo: To Catch An Earl by Kate Bateman




1.      Tell us about your newest release.
To Catch An Earl (Bow Street Bachelors #2) is out on June 30th. As the title suggests, it’s a nod to the fabulous crime caper romances of the 1950’s, like To Catch A Thief with Cary Grant and Grace Kelly. At its heart is a sexy cat-and-mouse game between a reluctant female jewel thief and the sexy, snarky, Bow Street Runner who turns out to be her nemesis / perfect match. There’s lots of flirty banter, ridiculous sexual tension, and a plot involving the stolen French crown jewels. I love writing ‘badasses in bodices’—clever heroines with unusual skills, (codebreakers, counterfeiters, spies) and Emmy’s no exception. To Catch An Earl is an action-adventure Regency rom-com with my favorite enemies-to-lovers trope. I hope readers will love it as much as I do!


2. What was your favorite scene in TO CATCH AN EARL?
I loved writing the British Museum heist, where our heroine Emmy not only steals a diamond, but also can’t resist taunting the hero, Alex. She deliberately leaves behind an ‘information card’ next to a big lump of rock in one of the museum display cases, renaming it after HIM, and describing its defining characteristics: “Inert. Dull in appearance. Particularly dense. No practical uses. Almost worthless.” This—naturally—provokes Alex to even greater lengths to catch the cheeky minx! I confess, I actually giggled out loud to myself when writing that scene. It’s so playful and fun!


2.      Do you have any interesting writing quirks or rituals?
I always need a hot cup of tea next to me when I’m writing. My favorite’s Yorkshire Gold, with a splash of milk and sugar. As to writing quirks, I hate the idea of actually starting a book, so I pretend I’m not writing a book at all—I’m just making a few notes, doing a little research, writing snippets of dialogue. After a few weeks, I’ll suddenly realize I’m around 20k words into a manuscript: and maybe writing a book isn’t so impossible after all . . .


4.  What authors or friends have influenced you in helping you become a writer?
I’m lucky enough to belong to a fabulous author group, Heart and Scroll, a local chapter of the national RWA (Romance Writers Of America) organization. Through that I’ve made some wonderful friends, especially fellow authors Genevieve Jack, T. M. Cromer, and Sara Whitney who have provided invaluable help, support, and feedback.
I also love reading—both of romance and other genres—and I think every book I’ve ever read has helped shaped the writer I am now, to some degree. For romance, I love to read Laura Kinsale, Loretta Chase, Judith McNaught, Anne Stuart, Kerrigan Byrne, Gaelen Foley, Eloisa James, Suzan Elizabeth Phillips, Sally Thorne, Connie Brockway, Jilly Cooper, Georgette Heyer, Jane Austen. As to general authors, I like E.M. Forster, Mary Renault, Zadie Smith, Philip Pullman, Stella Gibbons, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and P.G. Wodehouse.


5.  What does your family think about your career as a published author?
Oddly enough, my entire career as an author of romance started because of a $1 bet with my husband. I’d just finished reading a really terrible historical romance (I can’t remember the title), and said aloud, “Ugh. I could have done better than that!” My husband glanced up and said, “Yes, but I bet you a dollar you won’t.”
Not one to turn down a challenge, I decided to prove him wrong, and sat down and wrote my first historical. That manuscript was lucky enough to win a few contests, and I subsequently received my first offer of a contract with one of the ‘big Five’ NY publishing houses. Now I’m published both traditionally and do some independent projects too, which gives great flexibility.
As to my three kids, they think it’s funny that mummy writes ‘kissing books’. My oldest, the 13 year old, recently asked if he could read one and I had to say yes – but not until you’re sixteen! I have a feeling they’re going to be mortified when they finally realize what scandalous things mummy’s characters get up to!

6.  Besides writing, what other interests do you have?
I’m a total history geek! Before I started writing romance, I spent fifteen years as a fine art & antiques appraiser in England, running my own auction house. I still have a not-so-secret double life as an occasional TV antiques expert / appraiser on several British antiques TV shows. Now I live in the USA, I get my history fix by sneaking real historical facts into my plots. I also have three inexhaustible children / monsters, and we all like mountain biking, hiking, and cooking together.


7. Can you tell us what is coming up next for you?
Bow Street Bachelors #3, The Princess & The Rogue releases December 29th 2020. It’s the story of feisty Russian Princess Anya Denisova and cynical Bow Street Agent Sebastien Wolff. Anya’s faked her own death in Paris and fled to England, (of course!) but with a dangerous traitor hot on her trail, she’s forced to accept Wolff’s offer of protection―and accommodation―at his gambling hell. But living in such close quarters, and aiding Wolff in his Bow Street cases, fans the flames of their mutual attraction. . . The weather outside might be snowy in December, but these two are hot enough to melt your Kindle!

8. How can readers connect with you online?
I love hearing from readers! To receive news and exclusive giveaways, subscribe to my monthly-ish newsletter – there’s a signup form on my website: http://kcbateman.com/
Or readers can follow me on any of the usual social media channels.
And why not join my exclusive FB reader group, ‘Kate’s Badasses in Bodices’?



Alex Harland, Earl of Melton and dedicated rake, never pictured himself as an agent of inquiry. But the thrill of investigation is a challenge he now embraces. When he’s asked to pursue the Nightjar, a notorious thief who is reclaiming France’s crown jewels, the case throws him into the path of the beautiful and equally elusive Emmy Danvers, reminding him of the only puzzle he’s never solved: the identity of the mysterious woman who once stole a kiss from him—and left him wanting so much more…
The daughter of a thief, Emmy learned long ago how to keep her secrets safeguarded—and, as the notorious Nightjar, her love for Alex Harland is one of them. With the determined earl hot on her trail—and making her hot under the collar—Emmy has no choice but to keep her distance. But when a moment’s danger threatens Emmy’s life as well as her name, will Alex finally discover that he’s followed every clue…to true love?

Monday, June 29, 2020

Promo: Good Karma is the Best Revenge by Bleue Rose



1.  Tell us about your latest release.

My latest book, Good Karma is the Best Revenge is the sequel to The Rogue Tangerine Tablet and will be released this summer. The story is a suspense novel and chronicles the busy lives of the globe-trotting Crenston family and the quirky, sometimes sinister, characters surrounding them. If you thrive on life’s unpredictable corkscrew turns, you will enjoy this twisty story.

Carlos Ortiz, the trusted accountant for illegal smugglers makes a run for it with his boss's money when investigators close in on their illicit operations. Having to leave Paris in a mad rush, he leaves a legitimate restaurant business and his beloved girlfriend behind. Arriving in the Bahamas with a bought passport, he collects his various anonymous money wires to start a new life, but what is life worth without the people you love? He would give anything to see his girlfriend, and sister, but they are being closely shadowed by the police and his former boss, who wants him dead. When an opportunity presents itself to contact both women, he has some tough decisions to make. The risks involved are huge. 

2.  Without giving away any spoilers, give us a hint about a favorite scene.

One of my favorite scenes is in Chapter XXV Demolition Across the Board...House, Teeth and Tattoo.
It is the pivotal moment when Casimir Santos seals his first true male friendship, in his new home. A meaningful bond has been growing between him and a taxi driver he hired for a day on island. After numerous subsequent encounters, and an unusual offer of help in launching a new business, Casi offers Peter Camron his general manager job, a position of trust. Both mens' lives change forever. Friendships enrich our existence and well-being, but some bonds go beyond. They are forever and unbreakable no matter what happens.


3. What inspired you to become a writer?

I have always enjoyed creative writing. The novel writing really took off when I finally had time to devote to the craft. The stories have been percolating, waiting to come out for eons.


4. What is a typical writing day for you like?

Typically, I need a block of time. I prefer to take care of business, daily responsibilities and exercise in the morning, then settle down to write in the afternoon. A rainy or inclement afternoon is perfect. On a sunny day, I may take my laptop outdoors.


5. If you weren’t a writer, what would you be doing?

Writing is not my primary job. I work as a gemologist/jeweler. I design, hand-make and sell fine jewelry. I love the inherent beauty of gems and I enjoy the challenge of designing a unique setting for a remarkable stone. I find it rewarding when a client walks away with a piece they love.

6. Do you have any interesting writing quirks or habits?

Not at all. My needs are simple--a laptop, a comfortable armchair, and a warm or cold beverage, depending on the season. Music in the background totally works for me.
I am not easily distracted by background noises when I'm focused on what I'm doing.

7. What has been one of the most surprising things you’ve learned as a published author?

Finding your niche of readers is not a given.....it takes hard work.


8. What authors or friends influenced you in helping you become a writer?

My inspiration came from my parents, my children, great teachers, and reading..... lots of reading. I cross genres and enjoy a variety of different styles and subjects.

9. Do you have any favorite authors that you like to read?

I have a special love for mystery and the unknown-- J.K.Rowling, John Grisham, Stieg Larsson, Stephen King, Barbara Kingfisher, Kathryn Stockett, they all appeal to me for different reasons.

10. What other hobbies or interests do you have?

My interests, like my genre-hopping, are far-reaching. I have an incurable passion for all the arts as that is where my training lies. Creativity is in my genes.

11. Can you tell us about what’s coming up next after this for you writing wise?

I am working on two projects simultaneously, the third book in this series, Island Allure and Black Magic focuses on the perils of life undercover and the dangers of black magic.  My other project is a suspense/romance novel that takes place in New York and Hong Kong. Imperial Jade Fever centers around the jewelry trade, its beauty and its occasional shady practices.  

12. How can readers connect with you online?

I am happy to connect with my readers.....

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Saturday, June 27, 2020

Book Giveaway: Love On Beach Avenue by Jennifer Probst


True love is in the details for the Jersey shore’s premier wedding planner in this heart-swooning series about big dreams and happy endings from New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Probst.
Avery Sunshine might not have a soul mate of her own, but she still believes in happily ever after—for her clients. Making dreams come true is her business at Sunshine Bridal, which she runs with her two sisters. When her best friend announces her engagement, Avery is thrilled to take charge of the giddy bride-to-be’s big day. Less thrilling? Her best friend's arrogant and demanding brother, who just so happens to be the man of honor.
Carter Ross’s first instinct: call 911. He promised to always take care of his impulsive little sister, and he honors that vow. Even if it means taking over her wedding, where he is sure Avery will fail. At best, Avery is unpredictable. At worst, if she’s anything like the spitfire of a college girl he remembers, the main event could run wild.
With Avery and Carter wrestling for control, tempers heat up. So does the spark of attraction they’re fighting with every kiss. As the wedding draws near, it’s time to reconcile a rocky past and make a decision that could change everyone’s lives. Because what they’re rebelling against looks a lot like love.



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Friday, June 26, 2020

Book Winner!

The winner of The Fiery Crown by Jeffe Kennedy is.. Fedora!

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Promo: A Cowboy State of Mind by Jennie Marts

A Cowboy State of Mind
by Jennie Marts
Publication Date: 6/30/2020

The town of Creedence, Colorado, gets involved in horse rescue in bestseller Jennie Marts’ brilliant new series

Zane Taylor has a gift for communicating with animals, particularly horses, but he’s at a loss when it comes to women. He’s a scarred and battered loner who has sworn off love—except he can’t seem to stay away from Bryn Callahan.

Bryn Callahan has a heart for strays, as evidenced by the assembly of abandoned animals that have found their way to her doorstep. But she is through trying to save damaged men. She vows to date only nice guys, which is a category that does not include Zane Taylor. Too bad he’s the one who sets her pulse racing every time she’s around him.

A chance encounter with a horse headed for slaughter brings Zane and Bryn together. Although starting a horse rescue ranch wasn’t in the plan, now Zane and Bryn have a chance to save not just the animals, but maybe each other…

Jennie Marts is the USA Today bestselling author of award-winning books filled with love, laughter, and always a happily ever after. She is living her own happily ever after with her husband, two dogs, and a parakeet that loves to tweet to the oldies, in the mountains of Colorado.

Author Website: https://jenniemarts.com/

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Excerpt:

The still-nameless dog jumped into the cab as Zane Taylor opened the door of his pickup, and he absently patted its head and rubbed behind its ears. The dog leaned into him and got that blissed-out look on its face, and Zane’s tension eased a little as it always did when he interacted with an animal. The late spring sun warmed Zane’s back, and as soon as he turned his attention away from the dog, he felt the weight of the decision he bore on his shoulders. His former boss, Maggie, had been nagging him to come back to his old job on her Montana ranch. She’d taken in a herd of wild stallions, and she needed him. He’d gotten by so far with vague replies, but it was time to give her an answer. Time to get back on the road and out of Creedence. Except the reason he was so fired up to leave was also the reason he wasn’t ready to walk away.
He shrugged the soreness from his shoulders. He’d had a good morning with Rebel, the headstrong black stallion he’d been working with for weeks now. Maybe the horse could feel the warmth in the air as well. Although it was Colorado, so they could still get a snowstorm or two before spring reluctantly slid into summer.
“Nice job today, horse whisperer,” Logan Rivers, his current boss, and friend, hollered from the corral where he was putting another horse through the paces.
Zane waved a hand in his direction, ignoring the comment, as he turned the engine over and pulled the door shut. He wasn’t fond of the nickname, even though Logan had been using it since they were in high school and working summers at Logan’s family’s ranch.
Zane could admit grudgingly that he did have a gift with horses, especially the dangerous or wild ones, somehow connecting with the animals better than he ever did with people.
The black-and-white border collie mix rested her head on Zane’s leg, and he stroked her neck as he drove toward Creedence, where no one was a stranger and everyone knew not just your business, but your cousin’s as well.
He lowered the windows and turned on the radio, contemplating the errands he needed to run after he grabbed a plate of biscuits and gravy at the diner. The thought made his mouth water. So did the thought of hopefully seeing a certain blond waitress who had been taking up way too many of his thoughts these last few months.
He slowed, his brow furrowing, as he recognized that same waitress’s car sitting empty on the side of the road. The car was an old nondescript blue sedan, but there was no mistaking the colorful bumper stickers stuck to the trunk. A bright blue one read “What if the hokey-pokey really is what it’s all about?” and the hot-pink one above the back taillight read “It was me. I let the dogs out.”
His heart rate quickened as his gaze went from the empty vehicle to a hundred yards up the road, where a woman walked along the side of the highway, her ponytail bouncing with each step and a light-colored dog keeping pace at her heels. Which was pretty impressive, in and of itself, since the dog had only three legs.
But then, everything about Bryn Callahan was kind of bouncy, and she was just as impressive as her dog. The woman was always upbeat and positive. Even now, with her car sitting busted on the side of the road, her steps still seemed to spring, and the bright sunlight glinted off her blond hair.
He drove past the abandoned car and onto the dirt shoulder as he slowed to a stop beside her. “Need a ride?”
She turned, her expression wary, then her face broke into a grin, and it was like the sun shining through the clouds after a rainstorm.
“Hey, Zane,” she said, the smile reaching all the way into her voice as she grasped the door handle. She looked steadily into his eyes, her gaze never wavering, never sliding sideways to stare at the three-inch, jagged scar starting at the corner of his eye and slicing down his cheek. Most people couldn’t keep their eyes off it, but Bryn acted as if it wasn’t there at all. “I sure do. I was supposed to start my shift at the diner ten minutes ago.”
She opened the door, and the dog bounded in, hitting the floorboards, then springing onto the seat to wiggle and sniff noses with the border collie. They could have powered a wind farm, the way their tails were wagging and their little butts were shaking.
“Hey, Lucky.” He leaned in as the dog leapt over the collie’s back and into Zane’s lap, where it proceeded to drench his face in fevered licks and puppy kisses. Lucky was like a hyper three-legged Tigger as he bounced from Zane’s lap back to the collie, over to Bryn, and back to Zane.
“Lucky, get off him,” Bryn scolded. She tried to push her way into the truck as she got her own slobbery reception from the collie.
Zane chuckled and grabbed her hand to help her into the cab. But his laugh stuck in his throat as heat shot down his spine and his mouth went dry. He swallowed and tried to focus on assisting her, instead of staring at the area of bare skin he glimpsed as the top of her dress buckled and gaped from her movement. It was just the side of her neck, but it was the exact spot he’d spent too much time thinking about kissing.
“Silly mutts.” She laughed as she tossed her backpack on the floor and plopped into the seat. Her hand was soft, but her grip was solid, and for a moment, he wondered what would happen if he didn’t let go. “Wow, what a greeting,” she said, as she released his hand to buckle herself in.
Zane’s eyes were drawn to her legs like bees to honey. The woman had great legs, already tan, and muscular and shapely from her work at the diner. Her white cross-trainers were scuffed with the red dirt from the road, and she had a smudge of dust across one ankle that Zane was severely tempted to reach down and brush away so he could let his fingers linger on her skin.
Bryn wore a pink waitress dress, the kind that zips up the front, with a white collar and a little breast pocket, and the fabric hugged her curvy figure in all the right spots. For just a moment, Zane imagined pulling down that zipper—with his teeth. His back started to sweat just thinking about it.
Simmer down, man. He took a deep breath, utilizing the stress-reducing exercise he’d learned in the military, and tried to think of something witty to say. He didn’t usually let himself get carried away with those kinds of fantasies. But he didn’t usually have Bryn in his truck, filling his cab with the sound of her easy laughter and the scent of her skin—traces of honeysuckle and vanilla and the smell of fresh sheets off the line on a warm summer day.
“That dog is serious about kissing. I haven’t had that much action in months.” He winked, then laughed with her, pulling his hand back to ruffle Lucky’s ears as the dog settled into the seat next to the collie. He tried to play it off like a joke, to settle his pounding heart, when what he really wanted to do was pull her into his lap and kiss her face and throat the way Lucky had done to him. Well, not exactly the same way.
Bryn snorted and scratched the ears of the collie, who was softly whining as she pressed into Bryn’s shoulder. “He’s just happy to see you. It’s been a while, ya know?”
“Yeah, I know.” It had, in fact, been months since he’d seen her.
“Well, Lucky has noticed you haven’t been around much.” She dropped her gaze and her voice as she focused on petting the dog. “We both have.”
Both?
“Are you saying you missed me?”
“I didn’t say missed. I said noticed.”
His shoulders slumped. Of course she hadn’t missed him.
She playfully nudged his elbow, and he felt the heat of her skin against his arm.
“Of course I missed you. You all but disappeared after the great Christmas pie bake-off in December.”
He chuckled as he shook his head. “I still can’t believe we made fifteen pies in four hours.”
“I still can’t believe you wore a frilly apron with a glittery cupcake on the front.”
He raised an eyebrow. “What other kind of cupcake is there? And I liked that glittery color. I’m thinking of having it added to the paint job on my truck.”
A laugh burst from her. “I dare you to.”
He let his voice drop and offered her what he hoped was a flirtatious grin. “I do enjoy a good dare.”
She chuckled, then lowered her gaze to the dog’s shoulder, where she scratched its fur. “So, why didn’t I hear from you? Was it something I said or did?”
Yeah, it was everything you did—everything that made me want and hope and wish for something more. “Nah. I was going to call you, but we got real busy at the ranch. Then I heard you started dating some rough-stock cowboy, and I didn’t want to overstep.”
“Is it overstepping to be my friend?”
He cocked his head, eyeing her. “Is that what you want me to be? Your friend?”
“Of course. I didn’t give you my number for you to not call me.”
Wrong question, dumbass. Should have asked her if all she wanted was to be his friend. He offered her a shrug. “I’m not much of a talker.”
“That’s perfect. Because I can talk up a blue streak, and I’m always on the lookout for a good listener.”
He chuckled. “I can do that. I can probably even throw in an occasional grunt of agreement just so you know I’m paying attention.”
She giggled softly, and the sound swirled in his chest, melting into him like molasses on a warm pancake. “That sounds great.”
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Excerpted from Cowboy State of Mind by Jennie Marts. © 2020 by Jennie Marts. Used with permission of the publisher, Sourcebooks Casablanca, an imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. All rights reserved.


Thursday, June 25, 2020

Promo: The Book Doctor by Britney King

Title: The Book Doctor
Author: Britney King
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Release Date: June 11, 2020
From the bestselling author of The Social Affair and HER comes a riveting new thriller about a writer desperate to make a comeback who realizes that success may cost more than he can afford to pay when a stranger arrives at his door.
George is bitter. As he should be. Once a household name, George is dying to make a comeback, and death may be the only option left to get the public’s attention. Ask anyone, his life is unraveling at the seams. Meanwhile, his new apprentice is everything he is not. 
The enigmatic man his publisher sends to help is young and ambitious, with looks that could kill, and possibly do.
When George discovers that his apprentice’s talent extends beyond fixing broken plots, that his winning formula may, in fact, be a result of making the crimes in his novels come to life, George has to ask himself how much he is willing to overlook to achieve mainstream success. 
Perfectly paced, The Book Doctor is an electrifying psychological thriller about a life’s work, obsession, and the dangerous places ambition can take you. Full of enough tension and twists to make even the most seasoned suspense reader break out in a cold sweat, it keeps you guessing until the very last page.

Britney King lives in Austin, Texas with her husband, children, two dogs, one ridiculous cat, and a partridge in a pear tree.
When she's not wrangling the things mentioned above, she writes psychological, domestic and romantic thrillers set in suburbia.
Currently, she's writing three series and several standalone novels.
The Bedrock Series features an unlikely heroine who should have known better. Turns out, she didn’t. Thus she finds herself tangled in a messy, dangerous, forbidden love story and face-to-face with a madman hell-bent on revenge. The series has been compared to Fatal Attraction, Single White Female, and Basic Instinct.
The Water Series follows the shady love story of an unconventional married couple—he’s an assassin—she kills for fun. It has been compared to a crazier book version of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Also, Dexter.
Around The Bend is a heart-pounding standalone, which traces the journey of a well-to-do suburban housewife, and her life as it unravels, thanks to the secrets she keeps. If she were the only one with things she wanted to keep hidden, then maybe it wouldn’t have turned out so bad. But she wasn’t.
The With You Series at its core is a deep love story about unlikely friends who travel the world; trying to find themselves, together and apart. Packed with drama and adventure along with a heavy dose of suspense, it has been compared to The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and Love, Rosie.
The Social Affair is an intense standalone about a timeless couple who find themselves with a secret admirer they hadn’t bargained for. For fans of the anti-heroine and stories told in unorthodox ways, the novel explores what can happen when privacy is traded for convenience. It is reminiscent of films such as One Hour Photo and Play Misty For Me. 
Without a doubt, connecting with readers is the best part of this gig. You can find Britney online here: 
Web• http://BritneyKing.com
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To get more-- grab two books for free, by subscribing to her mailing list at britneyking.com or just copy and paste bit.ly/britneykingweb into your browser. 
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