Blog Tour: Coach’s Challenge, by Avon Gale

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Coach's Challenge Avon GaleSports romance fans: rejoice! Avon Gale has a new hockey romance out, and it’s everything you could hope for an more! Not a sports fan? You’ll still fall in love with these snarky and sexy characters.

Today Avon has brought us a special insight into Troy Callahan, the main character of her newest release, Coach’s Challenge— he’s the coach in question, in case you were wondering.

So keep reading to check out the book Kristie calls, “thoroughly enjoyable” and “fantastic!” (Her review.)

Coach’s Challenge, by Avon Gale
Series: Scoring Chances, Book 5
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: June 26, 2017

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Blog Tour: Grrrls on the Side, by Carrie Pack (Discussion Post + Giveaway)

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Punk girls, 90s nostalgia, and a coming of age story set against the Riot Grrrl movement? Carrie Pack’s Grrrls on the Side is out now, and is a book you won’t want to miss! Today we have Carrie on the blog to talk about the importance of positive fat representation in fiction, and how Tabitha’s story is one she wishes she had as a teen.

You really won’t want to miss this one! Natalie calls it “a pleasure to read” with “fierce on-page bisexual and lesbian rep” and a nostalgia that still felt “completely relevant to today”. (Her review is here!)

So check it out:

Grrrls on the Side, by Carrie Pack
Publisher: Interlude Press
Release Date: June 8, 2017

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Reboot Tour: Layla Reyne’s “SINGLE MALT” is On Sale!

For a few days only, Layla Reyne’s sexy and suspenseful novel, Single Malt, is only 99 cents!

This book has been called “A must read for any romantic suspense fan” (Megan Erickson, USA Today Bestselling author), and is the perfect edge-of-your-seat read for the weekend ahead!

So check it out:

Single Malt, by Layla Reyne
Series: Agents Irish and Whiskey, Book One
Publisher: Carina Press
Release Date: February 27, 2017

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Blog Tour: Small Change, by Roan Parrish

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“I wanted Christopher. I wanted him in my corner when shit was rough. I wanted him in my bed, holding me. I wanted his sun to shine on me. I wanted to soak up his light like a moon, and glow with it.”

Welcome to the blog tour for Small Change, the latest book in Roan Parrish’s In the Middle of Somewhere series. This M/F romance follows bisexual tattoo artist Ginger as she struggles to balance her shop, her art, and romance. Ginger has been a fan favorite since she first appeared in the series, so we’re thrilled to see that she has her own book!

Today we have an exclusive excerpt to share, so keep reading and check it out!

Small Change, by Roan Parrish
Series: Small Change (Book 1); In the Middle of Somewhere (Book 4)
Publisher: Self-Published
Release Date: June 1, 2017

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Blog Tour: The Seafarer’s Kiss, by Julia Ember (Interview + Giveaway!)

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Today we have a really fantastic book by a really fantastic author on our blog! Julia Ember stops by to talk about her new release, The Seafarer’s Kiss, the best line she ever wrote, and her dream movie casting. Plus there’s a pretty sweet giveaway that you won’t want to miss.

So check out the book that Michele called a “masterful reimagining of The Little Mermaid… one of the most clever and unique interpretations I’ve ever read.” (Review)

The Seafarer’s Kiss, by Julia Ember
Publisher: Duet (Interlude Press)
Release Date: May 4, 2017

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Blog Tour: Shelter the Sea, by Heidi Cullinan

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Welcome to the blog tour for Heidi Cullinan’s newest release, Shelter the Sea. This sequel to Carry the Ocean picks up soon after Book 1 ends, and follows Jeremey and Emmet as they work to find happiness and save the Roosevelt from closing.

Check out an excerpt from the book, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end… you could win signed paperbacks and more!

Shelter the Sea, by Heidi Cullian
Series: The Roosevelt, Book 2
Publisher: Self-Published
Release Date: April 18, 2017

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