Interview, Review & Giveaway: Divide by Jessa Russo

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“Something wrong lived inside me, something that wasn’t fully me. Something foreign. Though, what it was, I had no idea.”—Holland

What if Beauty and the Beast were the same person? Life wouldn’t be fun—just ask Holland, this generation’s winner for being cursed. She’s going through some serious rage issues, memory lapses, and she’s slowly transforming into something…else. Can true love save her? Or will even true love fail against an evil witch’s curse that has lasted for centuries…

“Is love so hard to believe in?”—Mick

Weekend Spotlight: Dollhouse by Anya Allyn

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It’s time for another installment of Weekend Spotlight where you get a behind the scenes look at a featured book and fun facts about the author! Today’s featured book is the young adult horror and mystery novel Dollhouse by Anya Allyn! Before check out this spine-tingling Gothic thriller, enjoy Anya’s guest post “A Walk in the Woods!” Here we go…

Review & Giveaway: A Beautiful Thought by Alicia Rae

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“I was not about to set myself up for failure again…I would never say those three little heartfelt words to a man again.”—Gail

Gail’s determined to help her parents with paying tuition to her autistic sister’s school. There’s nothing she won’t do—even if that means getting a roommate to spread her paychecks farther. But when it comes to gorgeous Damon, her best friend’s future brother-in-law, Gail has to rethink her no more relationships rule, especially since Damon’s pretty sure he’s found the one…

“Let me prove to you that I’m worth the chance.”—Damon

Interview, Review & Giveaway: Turning Home by Stephanie Nelson

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“It was time to discover my own way, figure out who I was.”—Brooke’s thoughts

Brooke has a perfect life on paper. She’s beautiful, rich, head cheerleader, girlfriend of the quarterback, and destined to follow her parents’ footsteps in college and law school. She’ll make a fantastic trophy wife—just like her mother is and how her friends aspire to be. Perfect. The only think missing from her life is happiness and fun. Her secret crush, bad boy Dylan from the wrong side of town, plans to change that for her. With only a few days before she’s off to college, Brooke is going to let him…

“Give me your last three days, Brooke…And then you can go off to school and forget all about me and live your perfect little life.”—Dylan

Weekend Spotlight: Lost in Starlight by Sherry Soule

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It’s time for another installment of my Weekend Spotlight and today’s feature gives new meaning to the term “star-crossed”! If high school wasn’t hard enough, throw in a sexy alien with a psycho ex, some men in black, and snobby aliens for some added fun! Check out young adult, paranormal and science fiction romance Lost in Starlight by Sherry Soule! But first, check out her guest post, “When Romeo and Juliet Go Intergalactic,” and get a behind the scenes look about the book! Then, check out her huge list of fun facts and see how many you have in common with her! Here we go…

Guest Post & Giveaway: Bad Blood by Nikki Jefford

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Today’s feature is for the young adult urban fantasy Bad Blood by Nikki Jefford! This is the third book in her Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter series, and don’t worry–if you haven’t had a chance to check out this series yet, this is the time to do it since you can get the first book FREE during the duration of this tour! But first, how about getting a taste for the series with Nikki’s guest post: “A Serving of Trouble: Meet the Characters of Aurora Sky!” Don’t forget to enter the giveaway for some awesome swag! Here we go…

Interview, Review & Giveaway: Ash to Steele by Karen-Anne Stewart

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“I need to understand you. I need to know why I can’t get you out of my head.”—Breck

Emma realized there was something missing from her life, and she needed to go find it—even if that meant leaving her long-time boyfriend, pastor father, and the small town she grew up in. Packing up and heading to Boston, she never expected that what she’d find would be Breck Steele. He’s gorgeous, dangerous, and powerful. But damaged. Oh so damaged. Innocent Emma is everything he avoids, even if she’s what he needs. Emma doesn’t realize that the thing she was looking for might be the very same thing that destroys her…

“It has always been you, even before we met, I just didn’t know it yet.”—Emma

Review & Giveaway: Stupid Girl by Cindy Miles

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“I wasn’t going to cower. I’d suffered it in high school. I’d be damned if I was going to be a victim in college.”—Olivia

Olivia no longer believes in love; she’s no stupid girl. She plans on spending her freshman year in college working, studying, staying away from boys, and forgetting about the nightmare that was senior year of high school. But when bad boy Braxton comes barreling into her life, coaxing smiles and making her feel again, being a stupid girl in love doesn’t seem bad anymore. The problem? Braxton is pursuing her on a cruel fraternity dare, and she doesn’t know it. Nor does she know that Braxton, the womanizer who doesn’t care about anyone, has fallen head over heels for her…

“From the moment Braxton Jenkins knocked into me, nothing else afterward made a bit of sense.”—Olivia

Review & Giveaway: Marry Me for Money by Mia Kayla

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“Consider it a pact…Marry me for money.”—Kent

Beth has finally escaped the craziness of her past and has settled in Chicago with a perfect new job, a perfect new best friend, and a perfect boyfriend. Absolutely perfect! Except, when it turns out she can’t escape from her past and creditors thanks to her deadbeat mom and a little thing called identity theft, new best friend Kent has a perfect solution to his and her problem. He’ll lose his million-dollar trust fund if he’s not married soon so why not get married and fix both their problems? It’s a perfect plan except for when lines get blurred. Can their friendship survive a sham marriage? Or can a sham marriage become real…

“For once, I just wanted it all.”—Beth