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IGNITE SERIES – THE COMPLETE DUET

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Two best friends – one summer that changed everything.

Eccentric Addie Greyson had called athletic Zeke Turner her best friend her entire life. Over the last decade, they’d seen each other through every obstacle adolescence had thrown their way.


When Zeke returned home for the summer after his first year away at college, their time apart forced them to see each other in a new light. Once temptation became too much to resist, lines were crossed and the relationship they fought so hard to protect paid the ultimate price.


When fate brought them back together two years later, would it mean a second chance? Or would the summer that irrevocably changed them be the one thing their friendship couldn’t survive?



About Kate Benson

Kate Benson was raised in Texas and currently resides in central Florida with her husband and their furbaby, Boomer.

She learned to read at the age of four and has been hooked ever since. She credits her passion for literature to her mother, her love of story-telling to her father and her unwavering faith in happily-ever-after’s to her husband, Sean.

Some of her favorite things include rainy days, loud music, superhero movies, hot tea and of course, lazy afternoons with a great book.

To find out more about Kate, her work or to just say hello, she loves hearing from her readers and can be found on social media.



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The Wingman

Title: The Wingman

Author: A. Poland

Publisher: NineStar Press

Release Date: 07/26/2021

Heat Level: 2 – Fade to Black Sex

Pairing: Male/Male

Length: 70500

Genre: Contemporary, LGBTQIA+, contemporary, gay, new adult, BFF/childhood besties, friends to lovers, humorous/romantic comedy, slow burn

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Nathan, a college student with a thing for funky hats and a definite not-thing for the great outdoors, has been a wingman extraordinaire for his lifelong best friend Lorcan for as long as either can remember. With his innate ability to talk endlessly about how great Lorcan is to anyone who’ll listen, Nathan has always been the best man for the job—even if he’s secretly waiting for the day when Lorcan will realize that Nathan is the only guy for him. But then, Lorcan sets his sights on Miles, the suave, leather-jacket-wearing musician with a love of mountaineering and a family of six overprotective sisters, and Nathan must once again put his wingman skills to work. Trouble is, Nathan is getting tired of the old routine, and Miles is the only human being on the planet immune to Lorcan’s charm. Not to mention that Miles’s interest is immediately piqued by the outspoken and completely oblivious wingman.

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Nathan Reed was convinced LAX had expanded since he’d last stepped foot in there. What else would explain the endless stretch of white corridors, covered in signs advertising various transport options? Not to mention the bright Welcome to Los Angeles! posters plastered every few yards for those with the attention span of a goldfish who somehow forgot where they were. But Nathan wasn’t likely to forget. He’d been looking forward to this for weeks now, ever since he’d booked the flight. Not that his year abroad hadn’t been enjoyable, but there were things he’d missed so much that homesickness snuck up and ached like a rotting tooth. Things like his dad’s cooking or having his own room. Privacy had been hard to come by at Saint Andrews, and Nathan hadn’t realized how much he’d miss it. His dad’s apprehensive looks when Nathan had shown him pictures of the apartment, kitted out with a set of bunk beds, now made sense. His roommates had been nice, sure. It had taken a while for Nathan to fully understand the thick Scottish brogue, but once he’d arrived there, he’d gotten on well with the other guys. Granted, sleeping in the same room as two other people for a solid nine months had been a lot. There’d been so many noises he hadn’t anticipated. But above all else, what Nathan had missed most was his best friend, Lorcan. Inseparable since birth, their mothers had been close friends, so it was expected they would be thick as thieves. Just as likely was that they’d have eventually grown apart over time, fallen into new friend groups, and developed different interests. And sure, some of that might have happened. But they’d stuck together like glue throughout. Lorcan had always been a widely liked guy, even when he was a kid with chubby pink cheeks and a toothy grin. Naturally charming, he never had a bad thing to say about anyone. Which was an exact juxtapose to Nathan, who had no issue airing his grievances about someone (to Lorcan, of course—Nathan wasn’t exactly confrontational). As they’d grown older and their attraction to people was brought into the mix, they’d helped each other out. While Nathan might not have been the greatest at getting dates for himself, getting them for Lorcan? That was where Nathan’s true talent shone through. One of Nathan’s greatest skills in life was selling Lorcan to people. Obviously not for money, not that Nathan would have said no to the option (college was expensive, okay?), but Lorcan’s gratitude was enough payment for him. And he had every reason to be grateful, considering the majority of Lorcan’s hookups came as a result of Nathan chatting to a pretty girl at a bar or in the crowd of one of Lorcan’s basketball games. Lorcan was easy to talk about. If half of Nathan’s college essays had had Lorcan as the subject matter, he’d have hit the word count, no problem, and with zero caffeine needed. Hell, Nathan could fill an entire anthology about Lorcan. And he was confident it was the same in return. Studying in Scotland for a year sure as hell hadn’t changed anything about their closeness. Skype calls had been frequent, texting even more so when they were both conscious. Sometimes, Nathan would stay up obscenely late just to talk to Lorcan, in the privacy of the bathroom while his roommates snoozed away. An eight-hour time difference couldn’t stop them. And neither could a thirteen-hour-long flight. But it sure as hell had tried to. Dragging his overly stuffed suitcase behind him, the one functioning wheel shrieking in protest, Nathan slogged through what had to be the last of its airport pilgrimage. The suitcase had served him well through the year, but now it was squeaking its last squeak. Nathan briefly considered holding a Viking funeral for it. He quickly shook that idea off and reminded himself he’d been conscious for over twenty-four hours and burning suitcases was not a productive activity. Blond hair plastered to his forehead, the backs of his knees sweaty, and his shirt more than a little stale—Nathan was in desperate need of a shower. The sign for Arrivals was up ahead, which meant he wouldn’t have to stew in his own grossness for much longer. “Oh, there he is!” an all-too-familiar voice called the moment Nathan slipped through the sliding doors, his last barrier separating him from the outside world. Unable to stop the broad smile on his face when he saw his entourage gathered there, Nathan picked up the pace. Nathan’s father, a perpetually cheerful man by the name of Ben, stood there with an expectant grin on his face. Maybe they had once looked similar, but with Ben’s hair loss some years ago, it was difficult to draw a comparison between father and son. Bouncing excitedly beside him was none other than Lorcan, who’d called out. Beside Lorcan, his two younger stepsisters unenthusiastically held out a large white sheet heavily decorated with glitter and stickers. Nathan’s name was the centerpiece, so there was no mistaking who they were there for. Not that Nathan could ever have mistaken them. It had just been Nathan and Ben for as long as he could remember. In contrast, Lorcan’s mom had remarried a few years ago, inheriting two little girls from her partner’s previous marriage. And Sally and Emily adored Lorcan. Not that that was in any way surprising.

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Fuelled by a worrying tea addiction (with a tattoo to prove it), A. Poland is a romcom writer from Ireland who delights in telling stories that make you fall in love with the characters and give you that squee feeling in your chest. Three words she would use to describe her writing are: funky, silly, and spicy. Which, coincidentally, is also her dancing style. When she’s not daydreaming of the next meet-cute, A. works as a video producer and a full-time dog mom to her pride and joy, Gizmo.

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The Golden Age

Title: The Golden Age

Author: Eve Morton

Publisher: NineStar Press

Release Date: 07/26/2021

Heat Level: 3 – Some Sex

Pairing: Male/Male

Length: 122800

Genre: Contemporary, LGBTQIA+, family drama, arts/performance, arts/visual, coming of age, friends to lovers, nerds, contemporary, trans, bi, gay

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Seven years ago, Sebastian Munro changed his life immensely by transitioning and starting a graduate degree at the University of Ottawa. Now that his degree—and his cash flow—has run its course, however, he finds himself on a Greyhound bus back to his suburban town outside of Toronto in early 2006. Though his high school friends are well aware of his transition, many have yet to see Sebastian face-to-face. Instead of dreading the reunion, Sebastian looks forward to it—until his parents announce their divorce, his former best friend won’t speak to him, and he realizes he has become a stranger in a place that was once so familiar. Rather than returning to Ottawa, he is forced to stay in Durham Region when he witnesses a crime at the local restaurant run by a family friend. Until the trial finishes, and until an academic job comes through, Sebastian must learn to stay exactly where he is—whether he now wants to or not. When he reaches out to his former best friend’s older brother, Garrison, their budding relationship shapes and changes everything Sebastian thought he knew about his previous life, secret identities, and the power of home. Now that Sebastian has found a way to survive in his hometown as the person he always knew himself to be, he realizes he faces a decision especially as an academic job opportunity emerges. Does he continue with his new fantasy life in his hometown, thereby leaving his former academic and trans community aside—or does he go back to the life that made him who he is now and leave his family and friends one more time?

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The Golden Age Eve Morton © 2021 All Rights Reserved Chapter One I was late for the bus home. Discarded couches, plates, and jagged forks and knives packed the city streets, all detritus from the former student life. I thought leaving before the exam period was over would allow me to avoid the crowds. The exodus, as Ken called it. He was being dramatic. Biblical. A Shakespearean scholar, through and through. Then I remembered the Easter and Thanksgiving rushes, the deluge of students desperately trying to go home with too many bags of dirty clothing. I was caught off guard by the trash on the street, still a city bus away from the Greyhound station that would take me back to my hometown. These students and the remnants of their short-term apartments were the minifloods before the mass exodus at the end of the semester. Ken had warned me. The streets will be packed, so think ahead. I brushed off his fastidiousness, but I should have trusted his insight, culled from experienced history rather than scholarly articles and delivered like folk wisdom. I’d booked my Greyhound bus home after Easter but before the final date for students to leave the dorms, thinking this was enough to avoid the crowds and keep Ottawa pristine in my mind. I wanted the capital to have stayed as staid as Ken, as picturesque as a postcard, as parochial as a footnote. Maybe that way, leaving would hurt less. Instead I was left with nothing to read to pass the time but a thin Stephen King novella. The Running Man was the only book that didn’t fit into my storage locker; I couldn’t bear throwing out books, so I brought it with me. The furniture in my apartment were cast-offs, and there were always hungry graduate students looking for toasters. I could pass them off, rotate. Ken’s new student was walking in my furniture shadows—but the books, I kept. I had to and I didn’t even like King that much. I had many copies of his work because of Michael, Emily, all of them from Whitby, our hometown outside of Toronto. I may not have devoured King, but I loved them. A cardboard box I kept in my storage locker, bursting at the sides, was like another ticket home, a reminder of voices I’d tried to silence since my degree began. I may as well take this piece of history with me. Even if I didn’t like King all that much, I could still find solace in the words. But I was running late. My shoulder bag dug into my skin as I stepped onto the city bus and squeezed into a standing space all my own. The Greyhound station was in the heart of downtown, while my storage locker had been on the edge; the city bus fed me through the surface roads to the station where I’d catch another bus home. The trip was long, odious. Made even longer by one red light after another. Another red light. Another student stop, a casual group of teenagers—maybe some whom I’d taught—laughed as they stepped on. End of the year. End of their exams. The cars lined up on the street. Rush hour. Another red light. The bus should have already arrived. I should be checking in. I looked out the window at more discarded couches and dishes and more students carrying cases of booze, their voices celebratory. “I want out.” I walked to the front of the bus and repeated my request. “Please.” “This isn’t a stop.” “This is a red light. It’s faster if I walk.” The driver eyed my bag filled with toiletries and clothing, as if I were leaving for only a night. He glanced up, gaze lingering too long on my face. “This still isn’t a stop.” “But you’re stopped.” He stared, unrelenting. I sighed. “Please.” With the eyes of a martyr, he opened the door. I got off as the light turned green. The bus rocketed ahead of me, going faster than I thought possible. A flicker of doubt rushed over me. Had I made a mistake? I walked faster and faster toward the city centre. Another red light and city traffic bloomed. The bus was faster, but it was always going to be stopped. I knew shortcuts to the city centre, learned from the early months of my testosterone shots when I was undecipherable as man or woman. I knew all the covert alleyways and the hidden catwalks, the city’s secrets where I would not been seen. My heart panged at the thought of leaving everything behind. It wouldn’t be forever, like that horrible in-between transition phase wasn’t forever either, but the discarded dishware and books that looked so much like mine made leaving feel that much more permanent. I passed the bus after five minutes of fast walking. My legs were bruised from my bag banging against them. My lungs ached. Calves smarted. The pain diminished when I saw the blue of the station. Greyhound. A line was there, but not too long. When I was in New York City with Ashley, an old girlfriend before my transition, we’d watched in horror as our bus departed before its designated time because it was full. Though Greyhound had sent another for those who were still lingering, watching it depart while standing in place was a sucker punch I’d had to stay still for, like counting the days backward before surgery. Now, when I could taste my mother’s weak tea and smell my father’s secret cigars, I couldn’t bear to watch the bus pull away. Another surge of speed flowed through me. I darted across the road between parked cars and emerged on the sidewalk. I was almost at the station door when someone yelled at me. I froze. A car horn honked simultaneously, but I realized it was unrelated. The person shouted again. “You—yeah, you! Plenty of time!” I saw an old man under the city bus station awning: his face worn, his jeans frayed at the edges, and his baseball shirt from years ago. He raised a hand in the air and repeated his words. “Plenty of time! You need to slow down.” I was angrier than the first time I’d been catcalled at thirteen. I turned away with an audible scoff and ran the rest of the way inside of the station. My shoulders smarted and my lungs still ached, but I was last in line. Not until I was seated near the back, my bag stored underneath the bus and the now horribly bent out of shape book in my hands, did I think of the bum again. His words were personal. Not the typical ranting or lecherous stares of downtown. He was giving me advice. Like Ken. He was… I turned away from the window. I stared at the cover of my book. I opened it and tried to read. Doesn’t he understand? Ten minutes later, the highway lulled me back to memory, my legs still throbbing as if I’d run. Didn’t he understand I was going home? There was no time to waste. There was no time to play, to talk, to slow down. I had to go home. I’d been gone for so long.

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Meet the Author

Eve Morton is a writer living in Ontario, Canada. She teaches university and college classes on media studies, academic writing, and genre literature, among other topics. She reads tarot, has a lot of tattoos, and loves all things occult and supernatural in nature. She also loves true crime, especially the forensic side of it, and is often swayed by a really good podcast (even more when it is funny). She continues to do research work on LGBTQ communities, media representation, and film after completing her PhD in 2019. Find more information on authormorton.wordpress.com.

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Homefront

Title: Homefront

Author: Jaxon Altieri

Publisher: NineStar Press

Release Date: 07/26/2021

Heat Level: 2 – Fade to Black Sex

Pairing: Male/Male

Length: 19500

Genre: Contemporary, LGBTQIA+, military, PTSD, veteran, hurt/comfort, coming out, grief

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Sergeant Daniel Malone is back in the States after being medically discharged for severe PTSD. In his hands, he holds a letter given to him by a fallen friend. The letter, the last note from Eric, the soldier’s brother, is of his coming out and needing his brother’s support. Daniel insists on returning it to Eric and telling him that his brother supported and loved him, but Eric blames Daniel for his brother’s death. Daniel gives the worn letter to Eric in the hope it brings him peace but can’t stay away as the words of the message and seeing Eric for the first time have stirred feelings in Daniel’s heart that he’d never felt before. Even though Eric seems to want nothing to do with him, fate and the letter written to a brother could be what brings them together or drives them apart.

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Daniel Malone followed the yellow line on the road as it raced past him. The bus he rode traveled along the coastline to Jasper Falls, a coastal town in upstate Maine. The painted lines on the highway hypnotized him, and drew him closer to the window. Waves crashed upon the shore. Overhead, seagulls flapped their wings in the blue sky. Oaks and maples swayed in the breeze, bringing a rare smile to Daniel’s face. A small jump off the bus onto those rocks and my life would be over. But I can’t, I have a letter to return. I made a promise to an old friend. “Attention passengers, we are reaching your destination,” said the bus driver, A bump in the road jolted him out of his reverie. Within minutes, the bus would pull into town. He had limited knowledge of the place except for where his hotel was and what his friend and fellow soldier, Shawn, had told him. Even then, his words didn’t do any justice to the area. Green leaves shook as the coastal breeze danced in their canopies. The sun shone in the blue sky with only a few scattered clouds, seemingly stretching forever. How many stars decorated the night sky? The Atlantic Ocean looked magnificent compared to what he’d seen of the vast body of water overseas. Daniel would deliver this letter. It’s what Shawn would’ve wanted me to do. Daniel knew he had changed since the war. He hoped above all, that here, he could find peace. God, I need help. I hate who I am now. An emptiness filled his soul, preventing Daniel from feeling anything. It made him nauseous and his stomach twisted in knots. Daniel liked the view, but the numbness stretched as wide as the ocean and prevented him from enjoying it like he would have as a kid. In his hand, he carried a letter. Usually, he tucked it into his pocket so he wouldn’t lose it. As the bus got closer to town, he took it out to hold. As if grasping it held the bad memories at bay. It helped him protect something precious when he failed at it only months earlier. Perhaps it did. I’ll do a better job with this letter than I did for my friend. Daniel ran his hand across the envelope. He had memorized every word and wrinkle in the paper. The words inside it burned like an oil well fire in a combat zone. He followed the cursive handwriting of the letter’s sender. The envelope was addressed to Shawn by his brother, Eric. Before Shawn died, he made Daniel swear to find Eric and tell him everything was okay. It was his dying wish. I won’t let you down, buddy. This was your dying wish and I’ll make sure he gets the letter. It’s the least I can do considering I failed you once already. Daniel could taste sand and smoke from the battle mixed with bile. Daniel cleared his throat and gripped the arm rest by his side. I can do this. Chances of him getting anywhere in life were slim at the moment; no one wants to deal with a crazy vet. An honorable discharge with a Purple Heart won’t get me far in the private sector. Hollywood movies never get that right. He hadn’t read the note at first. It wasn’t his business. After a few days, grief overcame him. No one would know if he read it. Hell, he couldn’t resist the urge to do so. It was his only remaining link to Shawn and that he lived and died. Shawn may not have mattered to the others, but he mattered to me. Plus, the medics at the hospital left him alone and never asked about those in his unit. Even the survivors of his unit failed to show up and see him in the hospital. Even the brass in the chain of command was already pushing him out of the system. I was no longer useful to the nation. A tear streaked down Daniel’s face, which he wiped away so no one would see. Daniel slowly unfolded the worn letter. His strong hands, trained for war, handled the message as delicately as a lover. In his head, the voice of a man whom he had never met echoed loud and clear: Dear Shawn, I know we’ve gone through so much. Not just for our little town, but for the country. I stay awake at night, fearful that I’d never see you again. I have so much to tell you, but I’d be wrong in saying I’d know where to begin. Life in the past few years have been rough and confusing. Sometimes I didn’t understand who I was. I’d spoken to a counselor to get myself in check and finally find comfort in who I am. Few people in our little conservative town would never like it, and hate me, but I can’t deny what was in my heart all along about who I am as a man today. I’m gay. You always told me I was different, and you may have known before I did. You were always smarter and stronger than me. I need your strength now; I can’t deal with this alone. I need your support as you’re all I have left. Please write me back. I’ll be here waiting for a reply or a sign, whichever comes first. Life wasn’t easy for either of us. This probably isn’t a burden you want to deal with, but I need your help, as I can’t do this alone. I don’t have the strength, and you’d always say you’d be here for me. Well, I need you now. Love, Eric.

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Jaxon is a professional freelance writer specializing in Digital Content Services. Through his clientele he has reached a worldwide platform for his content services and is looking to expand his writing to include fiction, specifically in the LGBT genre. He is a prolific artist and like many people, he believes that love at first sight is a possibility when you meet a kindred soul. When not writing, he’s playing with his dogs, watching low-budget horror movies, and hanging with his partner.

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Cinders of Yesterday

Cinders of Yesterday
Legacy of Shadows Book 1
by Jen Karner
Genre: LGBTQ Paranormal Romance
Paranormal Hunter Dani Black wants nothing more than revenge. Until she meets Emilie.
A year ago, the rogue Necromancer Spectre murdered her partner during a hunt gone wrong. She’s been looking for a way to kill him—and keep him dead—ever since.
When rumors of a weapon capable of killing anything surfaces in Dawson, Maryland, she sets out on a mission to get her hands on it. While unraveling a web of clues about her own past, Dani runs into the alluring Emilie Lockgrove, eldest daughter of a magical family inexplicably tied to Spectre.
Emilie Lockgrove survived the catastrophic fire that killed her mother and hospitalized both her and her sister.
Ten years later, she has returned to Dawson, expecting to confront the trauma of her past. Instead, she discovers magic is real, encountering actual ghosts like the necromancer hunting her family for 200 years.
Dani intends to kill Spectre…or die trying. Emilie wants to reclaim her life. To survive, they’ll need to work together to confront their pasts, break the spell capturing Emilie’s magic, and destroy Spectre once and for all.
Jen Karner is a queer writer who never attended college but still did the required reading. A feminist banshee, she enjoys horror movies, tabletop games, and debating about her many fandoms. When she isn’t writing, you can find her pretending to catch up on her TBR list, trying to convince her dog to love her best, or watching D&D shows.
Jen was raised in the Baltimore suburbs, where she devoured as many books as possible and spent her afternoons running amuck in the woods. She lives with her nesting partner, their dog, and a growing number of plants.
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How To Stay

How To Stay
Bad Girls of Cherry Lake Book 1
by Christina Mitchell
Genre: Contemporary Romance
2021 Romance Writers of America Vivian finalist
—2020 Winner of GDRWA Booksellers’ Best Patti Shenberger Award for Best First Book
THE BADDEST BITCH IN ROCK IS RUNNING AWAY. AGAIN.
It’s been fourteen years since rock singer Adelia Winters escaped the small town of Cherry Lake. But thanks to her father’s death (and punching the president of her record label #sorrynotsorry), she’s back. But the last thing she wants is to face the secrets—and the best friend—she left behind.
Perfectionist Conor Ross doesn’t take chances. Not with his body, his photography career, and certainly not with love. Fourteen years ago, he’d taken a chance and it ended with his best friend trampling his heart on her way out of town. Never again. He doesn’t do messy, and there’s no bigger mess than Adelia Winters.
Fate clearly isn’t interested in what either of them want, and a storm lands Adelia on Conor’s couch. Between whiskey hangovers and rock song sing-alongs, they are forced to confront their broken friendship and the passion still blazing between them. If they can heal the wounds of the past, they might just have a future, but Adelia’s disintegrating career is pulling her away, even as the town—and Conor—are calling her home.
How to Stay is a full-length, emotional, sexy, snarky, small town contemporary romance. It is the first in the Bad Girls of Cherry Lake series. This steamy friends to lovers second-chance romance will give you all the feels. Bring tissues.
CHRISTINA MITCHELL writes contemporary romances about damaged people who need (and deserve) happy endings. Her debut novel, How to Stay won the GDRWA 2020 Patti Shenberger Award for Best First Book and is currently a 2021 RWA Vivian Award finalist for Best First Published Book
When she’s not writing, Christina drinks moscato from novelty mugs and spends her days listening to Taylor Swift and Lewis Capaldi, obsessing over Batman, and riffing on b-movies about genetically-modified sharks. She lives in Michigan with her hilarious husband, who almost never complains about the tons of glitter makeup she leaves lying around.
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GOING WILD Blog tour

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the GOING WILD by Brittany Geragotelis Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!

 

About The Book:

Title: GOING WILD (The Infamous Frankie Lorde #2)

Author: Brittany Geragotelis

Pub. Date: August 3, 2021

Publisher: Pixel + Ink

Formats: Hardcover, eBook

Pages: 304

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In this upper middle grade series, a pre-teen international thief turns over a new leaf (sort of) to right societal wrongs in her snooty new town. For Frankie, using her less-than-legal set of skills to pull a heist against a crooked real estate mogul with the help of her new friend Ollie was super gratifying, but she’s getting restless now. In the second book in the series, the potentially reformed thief dives into the dangerous and political world of trafficking exotic animals. Frankie and Ollie hear that there’s a dangerous exotic animal farm supplying Greenwich’s elite with lions and tigers and bears. Feeling an instant kinship with the endangered creatures locked away in their cages, Frankie makes it her mission to find the perpetrators, free the beautiful beasts, and ensnare the bad guys in a trap of her own.

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“Fast and cinematic.”—School Library Journal

“A thriller for fans of plot-driven stories.”—Kirkus Reviews

 


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Brittany Geragotelis, a former Olympic-bound gymnast and magazine editor, is a self-professed pop culture junkie turned author. Her paranormal action book Life’s a Witch received 18 million reads on the writing site Wattpad.com. What the Spell is the first published book in the series, followed by Life’s a Witch and The Witch Is Back. The Infamous Frankie Lorde is her first series with Pixel+Ink. Brittany lives in Los Angeles with her awesome husband, two clever boys, one scaredy-cat, and a crazy dog.

 

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7/26/2021

Kait Plus Books

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7/26/2021

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7/27/2021

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7/27/2021

BookHounds

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7/28/2021

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Review

7/28/2021

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7/29/2021

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7/29/2021

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7/30/2021

The Phantom Paragrapher

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7/30/2021

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8/2/2021

Living in a Bookworld

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8/2/2021

Lifestyle of Me

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8/3/2021

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8/3/2021

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8/4/2021

The Momma Spot

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8/4/2021

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8/5/2021

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8/6/2021

Fire and Ice

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8/6/2021

Two Points of Interest

Review


1. OCEAN’S ELEVEN

There’s no greater heist franchise than the Ocean’s movies. Whether it’s the all-star cast (and major eye candy) or the way you’re kept wondering how they’re gonna do it, this flick is the gift that keeps on giving.

2. NOW YOU SEE ME

Are you kidding? Magic. Slight of hand. Robbery. Sarcasm. So many elements that make for a great movie and excellent tools for a thief. (Frankie uses a lot of slight of hand and misdirection on her jobs too).

3. SUGAR & SPICE

As a former cheerleader, I’m a fan of anything that includes Pom pons and high-flying fun. Add in a bank robbery and some campiness, it’ll have you cheering Y-A-S!

4. CATCH ME IF YOU CAN

Not totally a heist movie per-se, but it IS about a famous con-man—Ironically, the same one that Frankie is named after in THE INFAMOUS FRANKIE LORDE. Toss in Leo DiCaprio and the fact the film is based off of real-life International con artist Frank Abagnale Jr, and this flick steals the show.

5. ROBIN HOOD

I’m going old-school with this one and choosing the Disney version. No one is a better thief than this clever fox—except for maybe Frankie herself—and Robin’s desire to steal from the rich and give to the poor is truly admirable.

Brittany Geragotelis is the author of the fun heist series, THE INFAMOUS FRANKIE LORDE. She’s also the author of the magical teen series, LIFE’S A WITCH (being developed for TV), mom to two mischievous boys, a cat, a dog and four fish, and wife to an awesome guy who spends all his time on YouTube. When she’s not writing or momming, she’s reading, binge-watching shows on Netflix and Hulu and making day-trips to Disneyland. For more on Brittany and her life, visit brittanygeragotelis.com, twitter.com/TheBookSlayer and Instagram.com/thebookslayer

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The Claimed Brides Anthology

🔥STEAMY SCI-FI ALERT!🚀 Claimed Brides: Seven Alpha Shifter Romances featuring Allysa Hart, Delta James, Maren Smith, Golden Angel Pepper North, Lesley Clark, and Morganna Williams is now LIVE and #free with a #KindleUnlimited subscription! Universal: https://geni.us/ClaimedBrides #newrelease #nowavailable #nowlive #claimedbrides #scifiromance #fantasyromance #shifterromance #eroticromance #steamyreads #kissingbooks #romancenovels #romanceanthologies #booklovers #readers #bookbuzz #bookish #booksbooksbooks Some were bought. Others were taken. All will be claimed. Claimed Brides is a collection featuring seven scalding hot new shifter romances from seven awesome authors. This thrillingly sexy box set includes the following novellas: A Polar Second Chance by Pepper North Ruth would have never expected to experience a connection with the seer of Clan Thorben, but merely touching the handsome polar bear shifter’s hand leaves her feeling warm in a way she never has before. But he doesn’t plan for her to be just his mate. She will be his little girl also, to be loved, cherished, and spanked very soundly on her bare bottom when she’s been naughty. Daddy’s Naughty Mate by Allysa Hart In the time since she snuck aboard a ship bound for Terra Arcus and ended up claimed by a firm-handed panther shifter she now calls daddy, Callie has learned what it means to belong to a savage beast. But when the mate she loves must return to his ancestral homeland to care for his ailing mother, Callie finds herself thrust into the midst of a deadly battle for control of his pack. Blackwell’s Price by Maren Smith Though Cyan Price is having second thoughts about her decision to sign up for the trip to Terra Arcus, upon her arrival she soon learns that what happens next isn’t going to be up to her. The huge, fearsomely sexy tiger shifter in charge of auctioning off human females as mates has chosen her for himself, and he is looking forward to taming her and making her his in every way. Marked for the Gryphons by Golden Angel Eva intended to infiltrate Terra Arcus via the bride program, but she ended up stripped bare and sold to three gryphon shifters. As she is flown to her new home on the back of a terrifying beast with her cheeks blushing and her well-spanked bottom burning, she knows the most shameful part is yet to come. Her mates don’t just plan to share her, they plan to take her all at once. Sabretooth by Delta James When reporter Tegan Mason sets out to expose the truth about the women who volunteer to work on Terra Arcus, she ends up taken captive and sent there herself to be sold at auction. But the shifters of Clan Sabre don’t buy mates, they take them, and when the ship that transported her is raided she finds herself being carried off by a brute who has no intention of claiming her gently. Mamuut’s Haven by Morganna Williams Caring for what is left of her people is all that keeps Haven going, but her life is changed forever when the alpha of Clan Mamuut saves her from scavengers. The massive, effortlessly dominant mammoth shifter informs Haven that she is his mate, and in spite of her defiance she has soon been bared and very soundly spanked. But before he claims her, she will be made to beg for it. Their Sassy Mate by Lesley Clark When her quest to track down her sister prompts her to accept help from a mysterious stranger, Susie ends up on Terra Arcus in the company of a man who turns out to be an alpha shifter. But her guide soon makes it clear that not only is he planning to claim her as his mate and spank her any time she disobeys him, he will be sharing her with another wolf from his pack as well. Publisher’s Note: Claimed Brides is the second book of the Brides of Terra Arcus series. The novellas of this collection include spankings and sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.
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Poetry

Date Published: 6/29/2021

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing


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Tears of Change is a collection of poems and quotes that takes you on a journey through the everyday emotions of life. In this book you will find unique, one-of-a-kind poems. Some will touch your heart and bring you to a place of appreciation and peace, and others may change the way you view and look at things. You will find ones that will move you through joy, loss, acceptance and renewal, as well as pain and sorrow. My hope is that one or many will inspire you to take a leap into expressing all of your own emotions so you can reach a deeper place of love and gratitude within yourself.

 

 


 

 

 

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