Cover reveal: RUSH: A BLACK HEARTS STILL BEAT PREQUEL

RUSH: A BLACK HEARTS STILL BEAT PREQUEL

COVER REVEAL

We are excited to share the cover for Rush, a brand new NA story from bestselling author L A Cotton.


To celebrate, L A is giving away a signed paperback ARC with a $10 Amazon GC over on her Facebook Page


BLURB

The sweetheart of Country is about to show the bad boys of Rock, it only takes a single beat for everything to change.

Evangeline Walker knows how quickly everything can change. 

But nothing can prepare her for the moment she meets Rafe Hunter.

Intense gray eyes.

Wicked smile.

Tattoos inked on his skin just begging to be touched. 


Those aren’t the reasons Eva should stay away from him though.

The fact he’s the bassist for America’s hottest rock band is the reason she should run and never look back.

Everyone knows the greatest love stories all start somewhere.

… this is their beginning.

Rush is a 50,000 word Black Hearts Still Beats prequel novel. Rise (BHSB: pt. one) and Rule (BHSB: pt. two) are coming soon!

 
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 ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Edgy. Angsty. Addictive Romance.

Author of mature young adult and new adult novels, L A is happiest writing the kind of books she loves to read: addictive stories full of teenage angst, tension, twists and turns.

Home is a small town in the middle of England where she currently juggles being a full-time writer with being a mother/referee to two little people. In her spare time (and when she’s not camped out in front of the laptop) you’ll most likely find L A immersed in a book, escaping the chaos that is life.

SERIES SALE ALERT – No Regrets Series by Aimee Noalane

For the first time ever the No Regrets Series by Aimee Noalane is on SALE !!!


Don’t miss your chance to meet Abby and Oliver in this Coming of Age Romance. 

Book 1, No Regrets is FREE and Book 2 and 3 are only $0.99 for a limited time. 

Grab all three books here → https://www.aimeenoalane.com/noregrets

ABOUT THE BOOKS

NO REGRETS



If life ever taught me anything, it’s that nothing should be taken for granted.
One moment is all it takes to break a promise.
Friendship turns into love.
One second is all it takes to end a life.
Love twists into pain.
One distraction is all it takes to change your destiny.
Pain transforms into hate.
One moment.
One second.
One distraction.
Hate becomes all consuming.
I’m in love with my best friend, and that one second is about to change everything.



LIVING WITH REGRETS


We swore that we would never give up.
Promised each other we would never let go.
Yet, one letter six years ago is all it took to tear us apart.
Six years of lies.
Six years of losing control.
Six years of hate. 
But now, I’m home, and I’m going to do everything I can to fix my mistakes.
One look is all it takes for me to breathe freely again.
One smile is all it takes for me to remember who we are.
One kiss is all it takes to want it all back.
I never stopped loving my best friend, and I must live with the regret of every second we’ve been apart.
One look.
One smile.
One kiss.
But is love enough to heal a shattered heart?
 

TRANSCENDING REGRETS

Someone once told me to never live with regrets.
I tried.
In every piercing look, I saw the truth.
In every heartwarming smile, I found a friend.
With every kiss, I fell in love.
In every heartbreaking lie, I learned forgiveness.
In every shattering mistake, I achieved redemption.
Wit every moment of hate, I gained strength. 
Every moment became a memory I will cherish forever.
But what if my one regret is being one second too late?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Aimee Noalane is a Canadian author and proud mother of three beautiful children. Having a military father allowed her to travel the world, but she is now living in a small town in Quebec, Canada.
After studying marketing in college, she became a customer service coach and instructor. A few years into her career, she decided to leave her teaching job and chose to devote her time to children in need, becoming a full time foster parent. 
In 2015 she woke up with a vivid image of Abbygail and Oliver. For a few days their story would play out in her head and being unable to concentrate on anything else, she decided to sit down and write down their constant bickering. Little by little, her words turned into the chapters of her first series No Regrets.

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Summary:

When seventeen-year-old Hailey’s multi-racial, single parent family migrate to the tiny rural town of Corpus, Georgia (population 700), she would rather have moved anywhere but there.

 

That is, until she spots him. Mysterious definitely, perhaps even supernatural. Where Hailey is awe-struck by the young man of her dreams, her little brother, Mason, sees a soulless creature of the night, a half-man who may be responsible for a series of grisly murders across the southern gothic town. 

 

Antwan Zeddman, the town’s first African-American Sheriff, must enforce a curfew in Corpus to ensure the safety of the townsfolk. He must contend with sightings of hellish winged beasts and investigate the slaying of an innocent young couple traveling through town. There is a growing sense of racial unrest. Hailey will find herself caught between her family, the residents of Corpus, and the vampire she’s falling in love with. 

 

The Grateful Boys is an otherworldly Young Adult novel which explores the challenges of growing up mixed raced in the southern states of America, and the troubles of a young woman coming of age in a town full of danger and temptation.

 

Information about the Book

Title: The Grateful Boys

Author: Françoise DuMaurier

Release Date: 1st October 2019

Genre: YA

Page Count: 328

Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

Goodreads Link:https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/48062952-the-grateful-boys

Amazon Link:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1913136469

 

  Information

Françoise  DuMaurier is a Special Education Case Worker who works out of asmall town in rural Georgia which inspired the Southern Gothic setting of The Grateful Boys. To get to work, DuMaurier passes through miles and miles of farms, as far as the eye can see. Before   entering education, DuMaurier attended the Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design where he studied visualart and creative writing. Having worked with an array of students along with his own experiences, DuMaurier is uniquely suited to provide a wry voice that encapsulates #ownvoices fiction.

 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/frandumaurier

 

Tour Schedule

 

 

Monday 30th September

Rambling Mads

 

Tuesday 1st October

Curvy Constellation

 

Wednesday 2nd October

Book Bite Reviews

 

Thursday 3rd October

Jazzy Book Reviews

 

Friday 4th October

Paperback Princess

 

Saturday 5th October

A Daydreamer’s Thoughts

 

Sunday 6th October

Meghs’ Bookshelf

 

Monday 7th October

The Bookworm Diaries

 

Tuesday 8th October 

The Eclectic Review

 

Wednesday 9th October

Amy’s Bookish Life

 

Thursday 10th October

Velvet Reads Books

 

Friday 11th October

Fantastic Book Dragon

 

Saturday 12th October

Luna’s Little Library

 

Sunday 13th October

Book Read 2day

 

Monday 14th October

Travel in Retrospect

 

Tuesday 15th October

Heavenly Good Books

 

Wednesday 16th October

Belle and the Novel

 

Thursday 17th October

Megan_readingawaythedays

 

Friday 18th October

Elf Councillor

 

Saturday 19th October

Book Hooked Nook

 

Sunday 20th October

Big Book Little Book

 

Monday 21st October

The Book Moo

 

Tuesday 22nd October

Donna’s Book Blog

 

Wednesday 23rd October

MiniMac Reviews

 

Thursday 24th October

Splashes into Books

 

Friday 25th October

Dash Fan Book Reviews

REVIEW:

For a debut book it’s a really good and solid story. Author has created an eerie and mysterious world who few times gave me goosebumps.

The book touches few issues like racism and small town bend on staying in the past. We have here few POVs and at times it did confuse me who is currently narrating but overall it was a really good book.

The story itself follows new kids in town, Hailey and Mason. And their friends who are something else than they seem to appear.

A good paranormal story.

3.5 stars from me only because of the confusion with POVs and few editing issues.