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Category: Blog Tour
Read an excerpt from High Heat Emerging from the bathroom, he pulled up short in front of the bed where a very happy, very sleepy Cookie was lounging against his pillows. “Hey! I thought I told you to lie on your bed.” Thump. Thump. Wagging her tail, she gave him a canine grin. “That’s the people bed. Yours is over there.” He pointed at her bed. “Go lie down.” Helpfully, she scooted over about ten inches but otherwise didn’t seem inclined to budge. “Five minutes, okay? Five minutes and then you’re going to your bed.” Sitting next to her, he […]
Today I get the privilege of once again being a stop on the blog tour for a Jessica Pennington book. Meet Me at Midnight came out April 7th, 2020, and it is by far my favorite of Jessica’s books. You can actually read my review about it HERE. Anyway today I have Jessica and she is sharing The ABCs for her two main characters Sidney and Asher. Without further ado, here are the ABCs: Sidney Accessory: A cute beach towel, you never know when Sid is going to go aquatic! Book: Sidney is a planner through and through and she […]
Note: The primary thematic material of Foul is Fair centers on sex- ual assault (not depicted), rape culture, and violence. Addi- tionally, the book includes an abusive relationship, a suicide attempt, and a brief scene with transphobic bullying. For a more detailed description of sensitive content, please visit hannahcapin.com/foulisfair. That Night Sweet sixteen is when the claws come out. We’re all flash tonight. Jenny and Summer and Mads and me. Vodka and heels we could never quite walk in before, but tonight we can. Short skirts—the shortest. Glitter and high- light. Matte and shine. Long hair and whitest-white teeth. I’ve […]
I love a good contemporary romance book. Because of this love I read a lot of them so it is hard for a book to impress me sometimes. The book will be off to a great start and then something will happen and it will take away that complete and utter love I had been feeling. The end might feel rushed, the “required” break up might happen too late and the payoff isn’t great. But when everything clicks I walk away feeling so happy and satisfied I can’t help but think about the book for a long time. Tweet Cute […]