Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Cover Reveal Surviving Faithful By Anna Bishop Barker



Title: Surviving Faithful  

Author: Anna Bishop Barker 

Genre: Romantic Suspense 

Release Date: November 19, 2020 

Hosted by: Buoni Amici Press, LLC. 


Can a broken former bad boy and a lonely small-town vet really work? Kyle Valentine left Faithful, Tennessee because there was nothing for him there.  In one nightmarish moment all he had was taken. But Faithful never left him.  It was as much a part of him as the marrow in his bones. He spent three years on the water and on the run from his grief. Then this dead wife told him to go home.


Veterinarian Olivia Hudson was just a small-town girl with simple needs.  She had the prerequisite three wishes. She wanted a makeup that covered her freckles.  She needed people to stop feeding their dogs chicken bones.  She craved a decent man who would love her, only her, beyond all reason and rational thought. None of those wishes was coming true. Until a mountain of a man with tattoos and a deliciously dirty mouth landed at her front door, and things started looking up.


But who was leaving the dead cats on her lawn?

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Row Seventeen, Plot Forty-Two, Under The Big Oak Tree He sat with his back propped up against the headstone.  The sod under him was freshly laid and felt lumpy and hard under his ass.  It was quiet, especially this early in the morning when the sun was barely a promise on the horizon.  It had been pitch dark with no moon when he got there, and he had to use his big industrial flashlight to find his way.  He had been there every night for the last two weeks, so he was vaguely surprised that he still needed any light to find them. Eighteen days. They had been gone for eighteen days.  She had been gone for eighteen days.  The baby had been little more than a promise that had been broken. A girl, they had told him.  The ultrasound that would have given them that news had been scheduled for tomorrow morning. No need for it now, of course. Now Aponi and their baby girl lay six feet and a few inches of frozen ground away from him. He rested his head back against the cold, hard marble and closed his eyes.  Did it make him a coward that he wanted to die too, but didn’t have the guts to make it so?  Survival was a concept that he was intimately familiar with.  Grief was not, and his mind was exhausted trying to reconcile the two.  What had the preacher said? “Someday you will understand God’s plan, Kyle.” Why did they say shit like that?  Because that is what it was - utter fucking, dog pile bullshit. They all meant well.  Were his heart still alive, he would have loved them for it.  But the more his family and friends tried to do something, anything to help him, the less he felt capable of living.  He wanted to lie down here, pull up the dirt over him, and sleep with them forever. He wanted it, but he didn’t do it, and with every day that passed he wondered why not. As Kyle Valentine sat on the cold dirt that covered the fresh grave of his wife and unborn daughter, he didn’t see her sitting on the ground just outside the iron fencing.  He wouldn’t have recognized her if he had seen her. Olivia couldn’t say exactly why she had followed him.  She had heard the Harley pass her house every night for the past two weeks.  It was hard to miss.  There weren’t many Harleys in Faithful.  She knew it was Kyle, and she knew where he was going.  Everyone in town knew where Kyle Valentine was spending his nights. Something had made her walk to the cemetery tonight, and she hadn’t brought Snape.  The same force had her follow the man, made her sit down to watch him.  She knew she was invading a scene she should not be witnessing.  But something kept her there.  So she sat on the concrete, shivering occasionally, until the big man finally got to his feet and walked the opposite way to where his motorcycle was parked. And somewhere is the cosmos, something stirred in the stars. Nineteen Rows Back and Fifty Feet to the East, Row Thirty-Six, Plot Two Dr. Wilbur Hudson was buried next to his wife, Marlene.  Olivia hadn’t been there since she buried her father seven months earlier.  But since she had been at the cemetery, it seemed wrong not to go visit.  Now she stood in the cold January air, gloved hands shoved into the deep, sheepskin-lined pockets of her coat.  Her breath released in frosty puffs that drifted around her face. She hadn’t visited her mother’s grave on any regular basis since she left for college, but there had been a time when she had ridden her bike there nearly every day.  Marlene Hudson had passed away from the cancer in her breast on a lovely spring day when Olivia was twelve years old.  Eight months later Olivia got her period.  She had ridden to this very spot and stood on the grass that covered her mother’s remains.  She had screamed out her anger that Marlene Hudson had not been there to tell her what to do, what she needed.  She had stood on this very spot and told her mother about the crush she had on Kyle Valentine in eighth grade.  Sobs had rocked her teenage body when she asked her mother why Kyle didn’t like her back. There had never been any answers.  No words of wisdom, love, encouragement, or understanding. Olivia had stood beside Marlene Hudson’s tombstone the day she was awarded the scholarship to UT.  The silence was deafening.  It always was.  There were no words of pride, no doting smiles, no adoring arms.  After that, she rarely visited.  She thought about visiting, planned to visit.  Something always came up.  She never asked her father if he visited, and they had not once come together, not in all the years since. Marlene Hudson’s death defined Olivia’s connection with her father.  The life they led, the life her father had settled for, the foundation of the shaky relationship they had maintained, the bone-deep guilt that she now felt, all of it had it’s roots here, in the cold Tennessee dirt.  These two narrow plots of land had made Dr. Olivia Hudson who she was.  For better or worse. “I’m so sorry, Dad.” The tear was warm on her face for a moment. “I’m so, so sorry.” The stirring in the stars intensified.

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I was born in Kentucky and raised in Florida, so I am a southerner through and through. Since I was old enough to pick up a book, I have been a voracious reader. I wrote the usual poetry and short stories in high school, and I kept the dream of writing in the back of my heart until opportunity and encouragement helped me to realize that dream. I live in Tampa with my kids, grandkids, dogs, various other livestock, and way more books than is strictly healthy. Hot Romance. Suspense. Humor & heart. Grown up stories for grown up people. This is what I write. There's also food, music, dogs, the occasional geek reference, and quite possibly an inappropriate joke. There will likely be dead bodies as well. Three random facts about me: 1. I was bitten by a shark when I was 14. 2. I have read War and Peace. (When I get to the afterlife, I am demanding that week of my life back. Sorry, Tolstoy.) 3. It is my sincere belief that any situation can be improved by eating some cheese. My life philosophy is guard your inner peace and read dirty kissing books.


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Friday, October 9, 2020

★PRE ORDER BLITZ★ Until Then By Heidi McLaughlin


Title: Until Then (Cape Harbor, #2) 

Author: Heidi McLaughlin 

Genre: Contemporary Romance 

Release Date: February 2 ,2021 

Publisher: Montlake 

Hosted by: Buoni Amici Press, LLC.

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Heidi McLaughlin is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of The Beaumont Series, The Boys of Summer, and The Archers.

Originally, from the Pacific Northwest, she now lives in picturesque Vermont, with her husband and two daughters. Also renting space in their home is an over-hyper Beagle/Jack Russell, Buttercup and a Highland West/Mini Schnauzer, JiLL and her brother, Racicot.

When she's isn't writing one of the many stories planned for release, you'll find her sitting court-side during either daughter's basketball games.

Heidi's first novel, Forever My Girl, has been adapted into a motion picture with LD Entertainment and Roadside Attractions, starring Alex Roe and Jessica Roth, in theaters January 19, 2018.

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Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Book Tour ~ Guardung His Midnight Witness by Anna J. Stewart



Guarding His Midnight Witness
Honor Bound Book 4
by Anna J. Stewart
Genre: Romantic Suspense

She knows what she saw…

Can he believe her?

Detective Jack McTavish can’t afford another slipup. So when artist Greta Renault claims to have witnessed a murder without a shred of evidence, he’s tempted to walk. Jack’s gut propels him to pursue this case—and his attraction to Greta. Soon, not only is his job on the line, but Greta’s life is, too…and only Jack can keep her safe.
USA TODAY Bestselling Author

USA Today and national bestselling author Anna J Stewart can't remember a time she didn't have a book in her hands or a story in her head. Early obsessions with Star Wars, Star Trek, and Wonder Woman set her on the path to creating sweet to sexy pulse-pounding romances for her independent heroines. Anna lives in Northern California where she deals with a serious Supernatural addiction and an overly affectionate cat named Snickers.

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Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Release Blitz ~ Shelter for Tanna by Deanndra Hall


Title: Shelter For Tanna (Police and Fire: Operation Alpha) (Bluegrass Bravery Book 7) 

Author: Deanndra Hall 

Genre: Romantic Suspense 

Cover Designer: Buoni Amici Press, LLC Release Date: October 6, 2020 Hosted by: Buoni Amici Press, LLC.

Everyone else might give up, but he never will. Not until his last breath.

It was a simple accident cleanup, but when the tow truck driver turns to face him, firefighter Braden Nichols is lost in the greenest eyes he’s ever seen. His home is waiting for a family, and he realizes quickly that he’s found one in Tanna and her kids.

Being a tow truck driver isn’t easy for the widow. It’s only made harder by being in a man’s world, but it’s all Tanna’s found to feed her boys, teenager Daniel and eight-year-old Max, who’s special needs. The gorgeous firefighter who commits to her and her two kids is a love she never thought she’d find. 

Then a simple tow from the side of the interstate puts her in the crosshairs of the wrong people. When the threats start, she keeps it all from Braden. He’s been too good to her and the kids, and he doesn’t deserve to be dragged into her problems.

But suddenly, she’s gone, and Braden’s world rapidly unravels. Knowing his lack of legal ties to the boys may mean he’ll never see them again, he knows he has to find their mother. They suffered enough when they lost their dad, and losing Tanna isn’t an option.

To Braden’s heart, it’s unthinkable. Unbearable. And unacceptable.

Just when they think their big break has come, the trail goes cold. The rain pours, the thunder rolls, and Braden’s heart breaks. He’s out of options and running out of time, and he fears the worst. But as dark as the night is, there’s something darker.

And it just might be their salvation. 

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Deanndra Hall is a working author living in the far western end of the beautiful Bluegrass State with her husband of over 35 years and small menagerie of weird little dogs. When she’s not writing, she’s editing. When she’s doing neither of those two things, she’s having dinner with friends, spending time with family, kayaking, eating chocolate, drinking beer or moonshine, or looking for something that she put in the wrong place and can’t seem to find (which is pretty much everything she owns).

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