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NEW RELEASE & REVIEW!!! ~ Just As I Am by Mandi Blake

Title: Just As I Am
Series: Unfailing Love Book One
Author: Mandi Blake
Genre: Sweet Romance

Release Date: May 17, 2019

Adeline Rhodes has spent years locked away in a New Orleans apartment controlled by her criminal boyfriend. After a daring escape, she realizes just how far she has grown from the things in which she once believed.

 

 

 

Declan King has lived a life of solitude and duty for the U.S. Army. When the deaths of his grandparents bring him home to his family farm, he is forced into contact with people who know too much about his past to simply leave him alone.
When Adeline’s past catches up to her, the two strangers find themselves thrust into a fake relationship to protect Adeline from her vengeful ex. As their chance meeting begins a journey that heals old wounds, they struggle to stay ahead of the danger and deny their growing attraction to each other.
Declan will do anything to protect her, and failure isn’t an option when Adeline’s life is on the line.

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NEW RELEASE & EXCERPT!!! ~ Unexpected Shelter by Abby Tyler

Title: The Unexpected Shelter 
Author: Abby Tyler
Genre: Sweet Romance
Release Date: May 7, 2019
She saved the town’s abandoned animals. He saved her.
 
Abby Tyler welcomes you to the witty, well-meaning busybodies of Applebottom, Missouri, where the community its pies — and its matchmaking — very seriously.
 
Savannah Perkins has always loved the animal shelter her father started in memory of her mother. It’s been her life’s work and a peaceful place for her to care for him as he declines into dementia.
 
But it’s a hard living, and volunteers have gotten difficult to come by.
 
Until Luke.
 
No one is more surprised by Luke Southard’s arrival in Applebottom than his father. Mayor T-bone had no idea he had a son.
 
While Luke waits on the local veterinary school to accept his transfer, the town suggests he help out at the shelter.
 
But some of the local boys take issue with his closeness to Savannah, blaming him for vandalism around town. When the new vet school refuses him, Luke figures he’s overstayed his welcome.
 
It will take some quick thinking by the town to help Luke and Savannah save both the shelter and their tender new love.

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REVIEW TOUR!!! ~ Lion Eyes by Casey Peeler

Title: Lion Eyes
Author: Casey Peeler
Genre: Clean Wholesome Romance
Release Date: February 6, 2019
Cover Photo: Casey Peeler
Cover Design: Lori Jackson
 
TYKE
 
It’s all I ever loved,
All I ever wanted.
Football is it for me.
The lights, the turf, the feel of the ball in my hands,
There’s nothing that means more to me.
 
But then, I meet Rilla James.
It’s a game changer right from the start.
Now, all I want is her,
Everything about her. 
 
 
RILLA
 
It’s a love-hate relationship.
I love the excitement, the thrill of the game,
But despise everything it stands for.
The day the game took away someone in my life,
Everything changed,
For the better.
And I couldn’t be happier.
 
But then, I meet Tyke Jamison.
It’s a blitz right from the start.
Now, I’m questioning it all.
Maybe I could get used to life under the lights,
With him. 

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NEW RELEASE!!! ~The Miracle of Us by Elizabeth Trent

Title: The Miracle of Us
Author: Elizabeth Trent
Genre: Clean Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 14, 2019
“She was my life, my whole heart, but most of all my soul. Sometimes a person never recovers when they lose their soul.” ~Chase
Chase and Naia were high school sweethearts who planned to live happily ever after.
But sometimes plans change.
Chase Collins has regrets in his life. Merely existing, he walks through each day, not living the life he once planned. Fortunately for him, a second chance slams into him after seven long years. A second chance he’s unable to resist. 
Naia Donovan’s world was rocked with tragedy two years ago. Since that time, she’s tried to get her life back on track. In her attempts to move forward, she hadn’t planned on constant nightmares haunting her dreams. When she sees an opportunity at her high school reunion to move past the pain, she takes it, not realizing she’s still healing.
As Chase and Naia work to rekindle their lost friendship, secrets are revealed threatening to end what they’ve revived, before they can find their way back to one another. Will the ghosts haunting their pasts be too much for them to overcome?
“I’m praying for a second chance to set things straight, for a chance to move forward from my past and to put some nightmares to rest. But for all intents and purposes… I think I’m praying for a miracle.” ~Naia

 

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BOOK SPOTLIGHT ~ Silent Song by Jaci Wheeler

Title: Silent Song
Author: Jaci Wheeler
Genre: NA Contemporary Romance

Release Date: January 22, 2018 

 

*Barrett* I’m Deaf. What most people view as a disadvantage, I see as an advantage. I feel my way through life in my 1969 Ford Fairlane. The vibrations and speed sustain me, the race track is where I dominate. I thought racing was all I needed to survive…but I was wrong. *Presley* Music is my life. I inhale the melody and breathe in the lyrics. That was until I met someone that opened my eyes to a new culture. Who knew all it would take was silence for me to really experience music. When Silence and sound collide it creates an explosion of the senses.

“I want to ask you something but don’t want make you uncomfortable.”

Oh God, please don’t ask me for sex. I can’t deal with that right now. He isn’t going to ask for comfort sex, is he? Oh Lord, he is. How do you turn down a grieving brother? A hot, grieving brother at that? 
“What?” I sign, not looking at him at all. 
“Could you…I mean, would it be okay if you sang to me?” My head snaps up and I look at him. He’s looking down sheepishly, but he raises his eyes to meet mine. 

 

“Why sing if can’t hear you?” 
“I can a little…if you let me put my head on your chest.” I look at him skeptically and he is quick to follow up, “I swear it’s not a line. My mom used to sing to me that way, and it’s been a while, so I was just curious if it would work with you.”
“Light on off which?” I repeat. 
“I prefer low light, always on.” He flips off the main switch and turns on the nightstand light, which isn’t more than an amber glow. 
I roll to my back and he places his head on my shoulder. I think about what song to sing. It’s not like it’s really going to matter much to him, but I never make a song choice without thought. Music is the sound track of life to me, so I decide something a little sad and soulful is in order. I pick ‘Hallelujah’ by Jeff Buckley. Singing while flat on your back with a person on top of you is no easy feat. I guess it doesn’t really matter what the sound is like as long as the vibration is there, so with that in mind, I keep my tone low and raspy. Luckily, I tend to feel right at home singing alto, so this works out pretty nicely. 
I start off soft and low, and let the music build. He is tentative in the beginning, who am I kidding, we both are. This should be seriously awkward. We hardly know each other and we’re entering major bubble territory…yet there’s also something very innocent and pure about it. I can tell when he starts to relax and is more comfortable. I’m really letting go as well now and just singing from my soul. He moves to where his head is fully on my upper chest, right below my throat. By the third verse I stop worrying about how weird this might be and the beauty of the situation full on hits me. I’m able to give this man something that he’s never been able to give himself. Sharing the joy of music isn’t only a passion for me, it’s a need, so we are just two souls fulfilling a great need in each other.
His tears are completely silent as they slowly hit my exposed skin and pool in the hollow of my throat. They spark my own tears. The idea that I can touch him so deeply this way, giving him nothing but my voice, touches me deeply. Without thinking, I bring his arms around me and place his hands flat against my back so he isn’t only getting the sound vibrations from my chest, but he can also feel them from behind. It has its desired effect when he sighs out against my neck. The song ends but neither one of us move. To be honest, I have no words. In this type of communication words are useless. I close my eyes and go right into ‘Brightest’ by Copeland. Somewhere around ‘As my guitar gently weeps’ by the Beatles, I drift off.”
Jaci Wheeler lives in the Central Valley of California with her husband and two precious kids. 
Her love of literature began in Jr. High when she was introduced to Lowis Lowry’s books. Since then she has had a passion for writing Young Adult books, and creating strong female leads. When she’s not writing, she is advocating for Autism Awareness and involved in the deaf community.
Her favorite things to do are play with her children, craft with her friends, sleep while her husband watches movies and indulge in her favorite addictions: Coffee, candy and shoes.

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