Second Anniversary Giveaway Celebration February 2014

Second Anniversary Giveaway Celebration February 2014

Anniversary Giveaway

On February 2, 2012 The Reading Cafe was born. From our love of books, an idea came to life and our adventure began. The success has been phenomenal-reviews, interviews, authors and cover models, giveaways, cover reveals to behind the scenes-we offer something for everyone. As we surpass our 4,000th member, we cannot contain our heartfelt thanks to everyone who has made The Reading Cafe a great place to visit.

To show our appreciation and to celebrate our 2nd Anniversary we are offering you a chance to WIN with 38 giveaways throughout the month of February *several with multiple winners* as well as our regular giveaways and promotions.

Many of your favorite authors and publishers have graciously donated books, swag and prize packages to help us celebrate with you. Remember to drop by The Reading Cafe every day to enter for a chance to WIN.

Sandy, Barb and The Reading Cafe Team
(Vickie, Georgianna, Julie C, Rachel, Julie B, Erin, Carmen, Xtina, Marcie, Miranda, and Tricia)

Each Anniversary celebration giveaway will have the same image below announcing Today’s Prize Package.

NOTE:  Don’t forget about our other featured giveaways from authors and publishers throughout the month.

Anniversary Giveaway Banner

Today’s Second Anniversary Giveaway prize package is a $50 Amazon Gift Card

amazon Gift Card

REMINDER: ALL giveaways require a comment to be eligible for the prize.

1. If you have not previously registered at The Reading Cafe, please register by using the log-in at the top of the page (side bar) or by using one of the social log-ins.

2. If you are using a social log-in, please post your email address with your comment.

3. Please tell us to enter you into the giveaway.

4. LIKE us on FACEBOOK for an additional entry.

5. Giveaway is open INTERNATIONALLY wherever Amazon Gift Cards are available.

6. Giveaway runs from January 31 to February 28, 2014


Beauty from Love (Beauty #3) by Georgia Cates-a review

BEAUTY FROM LOVE (Beauty Series #3) by Georgia Cates-a review

Beauty from Love / / Barnes and Noble /

ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date January 30, 2014

The epic romance between an all-American beauty and her Aussie continues in this final installment of The Beauty Series.

Jack McLachlan is fulfilled by more than he dared to dream possible. He finds everything he never knew he wanted—or needed—in Laurelyn Prescott, his last and final companion. Life is beautiful with his beloved by his side but their post-wedded bliss is cut short when his dark past springs into their present happiness. He wants to shelter Laurelyn but keeping her untainted by his previous life proves impossible when yesterday’s sins insist on returning to haunt him. Will it be possible for them to find happiness in their forever with a past like his?

Beauty From Love is an adult contemporary novel and is not intended for younger readers due to mature content.


REVIEW: BEAUTY FROM LOVE is the third and final storyline in Georgia Cates contemporary, adult, erotic Beauty series. Written in alternating points of view between our hero Jack Henry and the love of his life (and new wife) Laurelyn Prescott, Beauty From Love takes up at the same moment book 2-Beauty from Surrender –leaves off. Following their whirlwind wedding, our couple leave for their honeymoon to Hawaii where Jack Henry tries to persuade Laurelyn that it is time they started making babies.

The storyline follows Jack Henry and Laurelyn as they sexually christened every surface and every room between their private jet, Hawaiian vacation home and both their penthouse and estate back in Australia. Jack is determined to start a family but Laurelyn wants some time for just the two of them together. But life upon returning home begins to fall apart as Jack Henry’s past continues to resurface-not one but two former companions make claims and accusations and his relationship with Laurelyn begins to shatter with every revelation.

The storyline is sexually graphic, as were the previous instalments. Jack Henry is a man whose need for Laurelyn is as necessary as the air that he breathes-there is no doubt that he is a man in love; possessed by one woman who owns him body and soul. Although Jack Henry’s past is no secret to his new wife, the accompanying fall out will test their love-one day at a time.

The Beauty Series is an emotional journey about two people who met under questionable circumstances-where one man’s needs fall victim to his heart and where one woman is there to catch his fall. Georgia Cates’s final instalment in the Beauty Series wraps up Jack Henry and Laurelyn’s story-with a HEA and a conclusion that is sure to please the romantic in everyone.

Click HERE for our review of BEAUTY FROM PAIN and BEAUTY FROM SURRENDER by Georgia Cates-books 1 & 2 in the Beauty Series.

Beauty Series

Reviewed by Sandy


A Game of Chance by Lauren Linwood-a review

A Game of Chance by Lauren Linwood-a review

A Game of Chance / /

ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date January 8, 2014

Gambler Jed Stone journeys to California to track down Simon Morgan, the man responsible for his best friend’s death. Arrested for robbery and murder upon arrival, Jed is shocked to see his face on a wanted poster. He escapes before his hanging, unaware that the man guilty of those crimes is the twin brother he never knew existed. In a case of mistaken identity, Jed acquires the most famous whorehouse in San Francisco in a rigged card game his twin is meant to win.

Lily Frontiere takes over running Lucky Lil’s from her dying mother, the house madam who shielded her by sending her away to boarding school. Lily’s intelligence and astonishing resemblance to her mother help in her charade, but she’s entered a world she knows little about. She clashes with the handsome stranger who turns up with the deed to Lucky Lil’s in hand, yet she is attracted to the charming risk taker.

Jed asks Madam Lil to stay on as he learns the business and is fooled by Lily’s performance until he stumbles upon the real Madam Lil and learns the truth behind Lily’s deception. His admiration for Lily blossoms into love.

But Simon Morgan seeks both Lily’s hand and ownership of Lucky Lil’s—and he will go to any means to possess both. Will Jed foil his nemesis while bringing his outlaw brother to justice and win Lily’s love?


Lauren Linwood’s western romances are the things of legend! She has written some flavorful and exciting stories and A Game of Chance is the latest in this body of work.

The story begins with a look into the past of 1845. Cara Lee, a young lady, is dying in childbirth, her cruel actor husband, Gordon, only wants the baby to ensure his inheritance from his grandfather Max. He is actually cold and cruel to the poor dying girl and leaves as soon as the mid-wife hands him the baby boy. He doesn’t even stay to comfort her as she dies or see to her burial.

However, the fate’s turn on him, as soon as he leaves, poor Cara Lee gives birth to another baby boy. The mid-wife does not know the father’s name or where to get in touch with him about the second son. Not a great mother figure, but at least she kept the lad and instilled in him a sense of right and wrong! His only gift from his mother was a gold locket with her initials.

We then go into the future, about 1870, with Jed Stone in a Stockton jail, awaiting trial for a crime he did not commit. However, the face on the wanted poster, which read “Wanted Cal Hart” for murder, rape and robbery, was clearly his face.

Thus begins this intriguing tale of intertwined lives, it really is a small world at times! Ms. Linwood has taken the lives of very different people and intertwined them into an exciting tale of fortune’s won and lost and true love in its many forms.

Jed manages to escape the jail and heads for San Francisco. There he chances to meet “Lil”, the famous madam of Lucky Lil’s Sporting House (whorehouse and gambling, but a nice one). Lil has made her house famous and no longer “services” the customers, but charms them as the “ladies” take care of business. Jed is saved from the Stockton sheriff taking him back to Stockton by “Lil”; who he finds out is not actually Lil, but her daughter Lilly. Lilly, who favors her mother greatly, has been acting as Lil while her mother is actually upstairs ill and slowly dying.

Ok, that’s all the spoilers! It’s an exciting tale of intrigue, misunderstanding, and twisted fates. Will Jed and Lilly fall in love, and can it work? Will he finally meet his cruel and absent father and his villainous twin brother? There is also an element of revenge for the death of his old friend, Louis, by a cheating gambler.

Ah, this is one story you must read for yourselves, and I guarantee it’s a tale worth the reading. Many trials and hardships await…the righting of old wrongs and much, much, more!

I personally found this a 3 glass at a time (of wine, of course) book! Very hard to put down, the characters are well done and loveable (at least the good guys); the villains are hate-able and pathetic! Just what a good western should be. Enjoy everyone, I certainly did!

Copy supplied by the author.

Reviewed by Georgianna


So Fell The Sparrow by Katie Jennings – a Review

So Fell The Sparrow by Katie Jennings – a Review

So Fell The SparrowLinks to order So Fell The Sparrow:
Amazon / Barnes & Noble /The Book Depository

A skeptic, a ghost hunter, a tech genius, and a medium. Will the spirits win?

After the tragic death of her parents, Dr. Grace Sullivan inherits more than she bargained for. An empty house she’s never heard of, a nosy neighbor, and the restless spirits of a violent, century old murder.

A hard-nosed skeptic, Grace refuses to believe in ghosts despite hearing sounds and seeing things that can’t be explained.

When she unearths antique furniture from the basement, the spirits become agitated and dangerous. Ian Black and Alex Gallagher, a team of ghost hunters, come in to investigate.

Still denying the paranormal events in her home, Grace can’t bring herself to take the ghost hunters or the psychic medium who teams up with them seriously. As Grace struggles with her grief and the feelings she’s developing for headstrong Ian, the disturbing mystery of the house deepens. Now she’ll have to face the unbelievable before the spirits claim her for their own.


     As Jackie headed northeast toward the rising sun, a doctor five hundred miles away was receiving a late night phone call that would change her life forever.

     And in Seattle, a ghost hunter awoke from a strange dream, the name of a woman he’d never met on his lips.  Grace.  He fell back asleep and forgot the dream, but fate had done its job.  Soon he and his partner would hit the road on the hunt for the paranormal.

     Four strangers were unknowingly en route to each other, bound for a tiny, seaboard town in Massachusetts.

     To a house that had claimed the life of a sparrow.

This was an unusual beginning, as there are four central characters, but the female leads, Jackie and Grace, take center stage immediately; rich details of their backgrounds setting the mood for empathy.  Their male counterparts, our dynamic ghost hunters, Ian and Alex, are introduced and explored, but our knowledge of them is limited to present-day interactions with the women.  They’re so swoon-worthy, you won’t feel cheated, trust me.  Honestly, I came to expect the unexpected with So Fell the Sparrow and was genuinely happy for having put my faith in author, Katie Jennings.  Be warned:  This is not a campfire tale to elicit quick thrills.  This book’s effects linger…*yikes…I’m scaring myself all over again!*

Jackie is a nomadic medium whose ability of “sight” earned her father’s castigation and reproach for communicating with demons.  Having the wherewithal to run away from a poisonous environment, Jackie embraces her gift, drifting from town to town, availing herself to the afterlife.  A spirit encounter guides her to her next destination. 

Grace, the rigid doctor who recently lost her parents in a car crash only to discover her fiancé in bed with her BFF (following her parents’ services!), has just arrived at the Sparrow House, a property inherited through her father’s will…but kept a secret.  After a week of adjusting to the small town, fervent to keep interaction with the locals to a minimum, Grace experiences her first disturbance:  the cries of a child.  Mourning the loss of her parents, but rationalizing the grief with an excess of bitterness, Grace has now inherited unwanted attention.

“I need to know if there’s something about you that brought these spirits out.  Nellie says she experienced nothing in the house until you arrived.  Ergo, you are in some way, shape, or form, the crucial piece of the puzzle…The cloud that hangs over you may be what’s attracting these spirits.  They’re drawn to you because you’re in a weakened emotional state.”

While honest, probably not the best pick-up line, Ian.  Let me be direct:  Grace was not an easy woman to love.  She was quite nasty in fact.  When she wasn’t lambasting Ian and Alex for their chosen profession (whose services were acquired by a good-intentioned neighbor), Grace was repeatedly insulting and kicking people out of the Sparrow House (don’t you dare call it her home).  At some point during Grace’s introspection (she did consider she might be a wee abrupt), I was feeling a bit underwhelmed by the story and turned off my Kindle.  When a particularly grueling stomach pain woke me up in the middle of the night, and I grew restless, I resumed reading.  Big mistake!  Ms. Jennings hit her stride when addressing the heart of the story:  a ghost haunting.  Praying the sound of “soft crying” so eerily described in the book was just in my head, since the cats were curled up on my bed completely exonerating them, I was thankful to live in a one-story home.  For all intents and purposes, however, I immersed and traversed the creepy hall with Grace, assaulted by all the images it provoked.  Well done!

When further proof of hostility invades the Sparrow House, and convinces Grace she needs Ian, Alex and Jackie’s expertise, a full investigation is set up for Halloween, when the veil between the living and dead is transparent.  The suspense was deftly maintained by Ms. Jennings as we’d gleaned apparitions and witnessed a death scene in the harbor adjacent to the home.  I was plagued by a myriad of hypotheticals; dying to go through the search and discovery!  Kill me with the last line at the conclusion of Chapter 8…CHILLS!!  Chapter 9 holds its own; keeping me riveted and mesmerized in absolute fear.  WOW.  And Ms. Jennings doesn’t let up!  While the mysteries start to unfurl and piece together, the menace escalates, threatens, and manifests during a séance (amongst other “scare the shit out of you” moments).  Wow is a paltry interjection.  This is one scary mofo of a book!

Subtly interwoven are unique love stories (to dilute the terror, lol).  While Grace and Ian are tempestuous personalities who survive off of sarcasm and red wine, their repeated clashes dare the other to take closer notice.  They coalesce into a fiery harmony.  Jackie’s childhood torment tethers her anger, but she resurrects like the Phoenix herself when Alex accepts her unconditionally.  Fates, and a family tree, align this group to uncover evil and restore peace within the home and themselves.!!!      

Reviewed by Carmen

Copy provided by Author


Compromising Willa by Diana Quincy – a Review

Compromising Willa by Diana Quincy – a Review

Compromising WillaLinks to order Compromising Willa:
Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Kobo

England, 1805

Lady Wilhelmina Stanhope is ruined and everyone knows it. Back in Town for the first season since her downfall, Willa plans to remain firmly on the shelf, assuming only fortune hunters will want her now. Instead she focuses on her unique tea blends, secretly supporting a coffee house which employs poor women and children. If her clandestine involvement in trade is discovered, she’ll be ruined. Again.

No one is more shocked by Willa’s lack of quality suitors than the newly minted Duke of Hartwell. Having just returned from India, the dark duke is instantly attracted to the mysterious wallflower. His pursuit is hampered by the ruthless Earl of Bellingham, who once jilted Willa and is now determined to reclaim her.

Caught between the clash of two powerful men, a furious Willa refuses to concede her independence to save her reputation. But will she compromise her heart?



This is my first time reading anything by Diana Quincy and let me just say it won’t be the last. I really enjoyed this historical romance and loved Ms. Quincy’s writing style, story telling ability and her character development.  Compromising Willa is a fast paced read that will get you hooked from the very beginning.  It’s a story filled with romance, suspense, treachery, and some well written witty banter between our hero and heroine. 

Our heroine of the story is Willa and I quite enjoyed her. She isn’t your typical female from that era.  She’s very independent, strong willed, witty, and loyal. Even though everyone believes she’s a ruined woman thanks to her evil ex fiancé, she doesn’t care what other’s think. She’s a woman who doesn’t back down and is quite capable of making her own way in a world where women should play second fiddle to their husbands. I really enjoyed Willa’s character and everything she stood for, plus she’s a perfect match for our dashing hero Hartwell. 

Hartwell is recently returned from India where he’s been doing business abroad and amassing quite the fortune, as well as moving into the title of Duke of Hartwell after his brother passed away.  Since he’s been away he has no idea about the rumours and stories that surround the woman who’s captivated him from their first meeting.  This is one of the reason’s I really liked Hartwell as our hero.  He didn’t care what was in Willa’s past, he only cared about the here and now and wanting to prove to Willa what an amazing woman she is, and that she would make a wonderful Duchess of Hartwell to his Duke.  There were moments when he would make me want to swoon with his treatments of Willa, being everything she needs, even her dashing hero who charges in to save the day.  There’s nothing quite like a man who stands up for his woman and is willing to fight a duel to the death to protect her and her virtues.  Just where are those types of men today…’looks around for her own dashing hero on a white horse’, nope nowhere to be found right now, LOL!!  Oops sorry I digress, back to my review. 

If there was one character in this story that made me want to just haul off and beat him, it was Willa’s ex fiancé, the Earl of Bellingham.  He is a bastard of a character and I could not stand him.  He actually gave me the creeps a few times in how he conducts himself, especially around women. He has no regard for them at all and doesn’t see them as anything other then an adornment on his arm and their usefulness in the bedroom.  Ms. Quincy wrote an outstanding villain in this one.  When a character can make me hate them to the point that I hated the Earl of Bellingham, then to me the author has done here job well. 

Compromising Willa is a fun read, that keeps the reader interested with every turn of the page. You will cheer for Willa as she stand up for herself and makes a life for herself in a male dominated society, and swoon along with her as Hartwell courts and surpises her at every turn, all the while calling for the Earl of Belligham’s demise as I was.  I very much enjoyed the way Ms. Quincy set up her story, spun her tale and kept me interested every step of the way.  I particularly enjoyed the witty banter between our hero and heroine.  It was refreshing and surprising at times, for back in that era, woman were suppose to be meek and mild, but Willa is anything but that and I feel that was one of the main reasons I liked this book. I enjoyed Willa’s character from beginning to end and kept turning the pages to see what scenario would befall our heroine next.  All in all, if you are a fan of historical romances then Compromising Willa is just what you are looking for.

Until next time,

Happy Reading everyone.

Reviewed by Marcie

Copy provided by Publisher


Cover Reveal-Here Lies Love by Dan Thompson

Cover Reveal-Here Lies Love by Dan Thompson

Here Lies Love Banner

Here Lies Love
by Dan Thompson
Genre: New Adult
Release Date: 2014

Here Lies Love

When she is sold by her father, Abbey discovers that nightmares can occur when you’re awake. Trapped inside a wooden cage, Abbey is forced to listen to the horrors and atrocities above; time ticking down until it is her turn. But Abbey isn’t prepared to become
a victim; she will escape.

Although, what Abbey isn’t prepared for, is how harsh and unfair the world can be. With the sun turning its back on humanity long ago, life gives no opportunity. The only thing Abbey can do is learn to survive. To exist. And that means stealing any opportunity that comes her way. Haunted by the unpleasant memories bestowed upon her only nurtures Abbey’s paranoia, until she realises that to truly live in the world, she must confront the person who was responsible for her misfortune – her father.

Here Lies Love is a tale of actuality, of facing up to the fact that love comes in many guises. Can Abbeythe one glimmer of hope or will she be overcome with the darkness of revenge?

About The Author Black and Blue

Dan lives in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire (England) with his young daughter and his shabby dog, Skye.

DanThompson1He is the Author of the charity poetry book Life is all but a vast array of Colours and phobia Novella The Caseworker’s Memoirs. His first full length novel, A YA Fantasy entitled The Black Petal will be available soon. Also in 2014, a dark new adult novel entitled Here Lies Love will be released.

A lover of YA and fantasy fiction, you can often find him writing on his blog, writing book reviews and connecting online with other writer-type people and interviewing authors. Dan grew up reading Enid Blyton’s The Famous Five series, secretly coming up with his own inventive adventures, and R.L Stine’s The Goosebump series, before turning to the works of Philip Pullman, Eoin Colfer and Marcus Sedgwick and slipping away into alternate realities. He also loves a good Historical Thriller too.

Naming Competition: Dan is hosting a competition for readers to name one of the male characters in the book and also win a signed copy.
Other links:

Crimson Veil (Otherworld #15) by Yasmine Galenorn-a review

Crimson Veil (Otherworld #15) by Yasmine Galenorn-a review

Crimson Veil.Jan 14jpg / / Barnes and Noble / KOBO / The Book Depository

Crimson Veil
Otherworld #15
by Yasmine Galenorn
Genre: paranormal, adult, romance
Release Date: January 28, 2014

We’re the D’Artigo sisters: savvy half-human, half-Fae ex-operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. My sister Camille is a wicked good witch with three gorgeous husbands. Delilah is a two-faced werecat and a Death Maiden. And me? I’m Menolly, a vampire married to a scorching hot werepuma. And right now, we’re facing enemies on all sides…

It’s been a long and devastating week. Back in Otherworld, war has decimated the elfin city of Elqaneve, our father has gone missing, and Shadow Wing has managed to obtain another spirit seal. On the home front, somebody burned down my bar, the Wayfarer, killing eight people, including a friend.

To make matters worse, we still haven’t found a way to stop Lowestar Radcliff—the daemon in charge of a supernatural corporate power grab. He’s attempting to awaken Suvika, the lord of vice and corrupt businessmen, and we have to stop him. Our enemies are closing in on all sides, and this time, there’s no place to hide.


Crimson Veil begins right on the heels of Autumn Whispers. The war is still being waged in Otherworld, decimating everything in its path. The girls are tired and just can’t catch a break. On top of the Wayfarer being burned down, another vampire club is torched. However, this time, the D’Artigo sisters get there in time to figure out what’s going on…….sort of. Seems there is an arsonist hell bent on taking out as many vampires as they can.

There’s still the problem of stopping Lowestar Radcliff from awakening Suvika, and, they still haven’t found their friends’ missing friend from Autumn Whispers. Things happen rather fast in this installment of the series. The girls had met some of their cousins, whom they didn’t know existed, in the previous book, and one of them ends up being more than he initially seemed, but can they trust him with all that’s going on Earthside and in Otherworld? They decide to take baby steps with him and see how it goes.

They soon realize that the things happening Earthside are tied together and race against time to find the missing and stop Radcliff. There’s also the question of what to do with the Earth Seals that they have in their possession, because if they fall into the wrong hands, all is lost.

Galenorn has changed up her writing in this series a little bit. As I said in my previous review of Autumn Whispers, she normally ties up the current storyline as we progress in the overall arc of the series. She didn’t do that in Autumn Whispers, and she didn’t do it in this one either. But, it works for me. Once we reach the climactic “battle” scene, the way that one of the bad guys is taken out literally made me laugh out loud!! But, in a good way. There are some devastating developments as they find out what has happened to some who are missing, and some developments that leave you cheering. As always, we get to see all of the D’Artigo sisters’ motley crew and the efficiency with which they work together. They all have the “take no prisoners” attitude and do what is needed in any given situation to ensure that those they love are protected. If you’re a fan of series full of all kinds of beings and creatures, you will not be disappointed with this one. I can’t wait for the next installment!

Copy supplied by Netgalley

Reviewed by Vickie M.


Crashed (Driven #3) by K. Bromberg-Cover Reveal and Giveaway

Crashed (Driven #3) by K. Bromberg-Cover Reveal and Giveaway

Crashed Cover Reveal

Driven #3
by K. Bromberg
Release Date: March 3, 2014
Genre: contemporary, erotic, romance, adult


Pre Order: / /

When life crashes down around us, how hard are we willing to fight for the one thing we can’t live without, each other?

Life is full of moments.

Big moments.

Little moments.

And none of them are inconsequential.

Every single moment prepares you for that one instance that defines your life. You must overcome all your fears, confront the demons that chase you, and cleanse the poison that clings to your soul or you risk the chance of losing everything.

Mine started the minute Rylee fell out of that damn storage closet. She made me feel. Made me whole when all I thought I could ever be was incomplete. Became the lifeline I never knew I needed. Hell yes, she’s worth the fight…but how do you fight for someone you know you don’t deserve?

Love is full of ups and downs.

Heart stopping highs.

Soul shattering lows.

And none of them are insignificant.

Love is a racecourse of unexpected twists and turns that must be negotiated. You have to break down walls, learn to trust, and heal from your past in order to win. But sometimes it’s the expected that’s the hardest to hold on to.

Colton has healed and completed me, stolen my heart, and made me realize our love’s not predictable nor perfect—it’s bent. And bent’s okay. But when outside factors put our relationship to the test, what lengths will I have to go to prove to him that he’s worth the fight?

Whoever said love is patient and love is kind, never met the two of us. We know our love is worth it—have acknowledged that we were meant to be—but when our pasts crash into our future, will the repercussions make us stronger or break us apart?

Driven Trilogy

Series Spotlight

Driven #1
by K. Bromberg
Release Date: May 2013
Genre: adult, contemporary, erotic, romance

Order Links: / /

DrivenRylee Thomas is used to being in control. But she’s about to meet the one man that just might make her enjoy losing it…

I am the exception to the rule.

In a world full of willing women, I’m a challenge to the roguish and achingly handsome Colton Donavan. A man used to getting exactly what he wants in all aspects of life. He’s the reckless bad boy constantly skating that razor thin edge toward out of control, on and off of the track.

Colton crashes into my life like a tornado: sapping my control, testing my vulnerabilities beyond their limits, and unintentionally penetrating the protective wall around my healing heart. Tearing apart the world I rebuilt so carefully with structure, predictability, and discipline.


Driven #2
by K. Bromberg
Release Date: August 27, 2013
Genre: adult, contemporary,erotic, adult

Order Links: / / Barnes and Noble

Fueled CoverWhat happens when the one person you never expected suddenly happens to be the one you’ll fight the hardest to keep?

Colton stole my heart. He wasn’t supposed to, and I sure as hell didn’t want him to, but he crashed into my life, ignited feelings within me that I thought had died forever, and fueled a passion that I never knew could exist.

Rylee fell out of that damn storage closet and into my life. Now I don’t think I’ll ever be the same. She’s seen glimpses of the darkness within me, and yet she’s still here. Still fighting for me. She is without a doubt the saint, and I am most definitely the sinner.

How is it the one thing neither of us wanted—neither of us anticipated that fateful night—has us fighting so hard to keep?


 About The Author

FOLLOW: Facebook/ Goodreads/ Website/ Twitter

K. BrombergK. Bromberg is that reserved woman sitting in the corner that has you all fooled about the wild child inside of her–the one she lets out every time her fingertips touch the computer keyboard. She’s a wife, mom, child rustler, toy pick-er-upper, chauffer, resident web-slinger, LaLaloopsy watching, American Girl doll dressing multi-tasker of all things domestic and otherwise. She likes her diet cokes with rum, her music loud, and her pantry stocked with a cache of chocolate.

K. lives in Southern California with her husband and three children. When she needs a break from the daily chaos of her life, you can most likely find her on the treadmill or with Kindle in hand, devouring the pages of a good, saucy book.

Rafflecopter Giveaway

NOTE: The Reading Cafe is NOT responsible for the rafflecopter giveaway. If you have any questions, please contact the author.

a Rafflecopter giveaway