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Excerpt: A Sheikh for Christmas by Leslie North

Posted December 6, 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Excerpts / / 0 Comments
Excerpt: A Sheikh for Christmas by Leslie North

Heya! Today, we’re giving you a little taste of A Sheikh for Christmas by Leslie North! First, here’s a bit more about the book, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end! About the book Excerpt Melody watched him walk away beneath her damp lashes. She’d never really paid much attention to Daveed before. He’d been one of Heath’s friends and always hanging around the periphery of their group, but had sort of kept to himself. Now, though, he’d come to her aid in her hour of need—or more like day of desperation—and a girl couldn’t ignore such chivalry. As the silence between them grew more awkward by the second, she got up and wandered over to the table, which was covered by papers and post-it notes. Daveed didn’t look up at her at all, so she finally pulled out a chair and sat, forcing a tremulous smile. “What are […]

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Entangled’s 25 Days of Holiday Steals Begin Today!

Posted December 1, 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Sales, Teasers / / 0 Comments
Entangled’s 25 Days of Holiday Steals Begin Today!

It’s December! Can you believe it? Because we can’t. And regardless of whether you celebrate Christmas or not, Entangled is making the next 25 days extra exciting with their 25 Days of Holiday Steals! Each day, they’ll have a special deal on one of their amazing romance novels, so be sure to keep an eye on my Twitter feed for that day’s deal. To get things started, here’s today’s highlighted book…

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Review: Breathless by Leigh LaValle

Posted November 1, 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Reviews / / 1 Comment
Review: Breathless by Leigh LaValle

The Faerie Queen’s review My my my. That was sexy. I mean, there was plot and character development and all that, but wooow was the chemistry amazing. Leigh kept me wanting more between the characters while giving up a teeny bit of heat here and there so I could never relax. I craved more and more, so I was definitely on the same page as Jake and Hannah. I really liked both characters. Jake was completely swoonworthy, and I loved how he had this rawness to him and could be both assertive as well as respecting Hannah and getting explicit consent. Hannah was super relatable in that while she was a yoga instructor, she defied the stereotype, loving junk food and soda. I could also relate to her need to maintain control over herself and her life. I have the same struggles, especially since my last relationship ended. Also, can I […]

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Excerpt: This Baby Business by Heatherly Bell

Posted October 4, 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Excerpts / / 0 Comments
Excerpt: This Baby Business by Heatherly Bell

Hiya! Today, we’ve got an excerpt of This Baby Business by Heatherly Bell, plus a giveaway for digital versions of the first two books in the Heroes of Fortune Valley series! About the book Excerpt Carly sat on a chair in Stone’s office, streaks of mud on her chin, cheeks and nose. Blond hair wild and unruly. Short dress muddy. Even her sandals had been through the wringer. She looked like she’d been in a fight with a…well, a pig. Which told him two new things about this woman: she did not give up easily, or mind getting a little dirty in the process. Good to know. He wiped mud off her chin with the wet towel Emily had given her and bit his lower lip. “There’s an old saying. If you wrestle with a pig, you’ll get dirty. And the pig will only—” She held up her index finger. “Don’t […]

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Excerpt: Tempting Mr. Wrong by Kerri Carpenter

Posted August 28, 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Excerpts / / 0 Comments
Excerpt: Tempting Mr. Wrong by Kerri Carpenter

It’s Romance Awareness Month, and we’d like to make you aware of a particular romance today. TEMPTING MR. WRONG by Kerri Carpenter is on sale for the occasion, and for those of you who like to try before you by, we’ve also got an excerpt. Here’s a bit more about the book! About the book Excerpt They walked back into the kitchen. Carly faced him. “What time is Mya coming home? Do I need to pick her up?” “Caitlin’s mom said she would drop her off.” He looked down at his watch. “In about two hours from now.” Carly put her hands in the pockets of her jeans and rolled back on her heels. “Wow, two whole hours, Mya-free. Just me and you.” She said it lightly, but as soon as the words were out of her mouth, the implication that they were alone filled the room. No Mya, no interruptions. They stood […]

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