#BookRelease Freddie Entangled by @KiruTaye #Giveaway #mustread

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Title: Freddie Entangled

Series: The Essiens #6, Freddie Duology Part 1

Author: Kiru Taye

Genre: Adult, Romantic Suspense

Published: March 31, 2017

Violence marked Freddie Edun’s early years. Coming to work for the Essiens saved him from the angry young man he was and gave him focus. Now he’s walking the path of success, and partnership in Banks Security business is within reach. He just has to seal this deal with a potential customer first. Until he meets the client’s wife, and the deal risks taking a nose dive.

Kike Ogun married young to a man who dazzled her with his bogus charm. She’s lived like a caged bird for many years, but with a looming milestone birthday on the horizon, she is determined to walk a new path of self-love. If she could just ignore the electrifying and forbidden attraction she feels towards a younger man from the first…

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ReBlog – Vested In Her | A Bookish Delight

Happy release day Brickley Jules!!!If you love MC and biker romances, this is one book you must read!Vested in Her – Brickley Jules.Small town biker princess H

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ReBlog – Kindle Cover | Vania Margene Rheault

That’s great, you say, but paperbacks don’t sell, the cover looks too complicated, and I don’t want to do that right now; I would just prefer to publish on Kindle and be done with…

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ReBlog – RED WOLF PRESS: Brickley Jules – Vested In Her Release date: April 26, 2015.

Brickley Jules – Vested In Her

Release date: April 26, 2015.

Brickley Jules – Vested In HerRelease date: April 26, 2015.

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ReBlog – Joshua Edward Smith – Gravity | Maggie Jane Schuler

Sir and Lisa’s journey explores the inner self and the road to a strong emotional and physical bond with a partner. Joshua Edward Smith’s final installment of the Entropy Series is a be…

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ReBlog – #NewRelease “Vested In Her” by @BrickleyJules | @_Iris_B

Vested In HerVested In Her  by Brickley Jules  Small town biker princess Haven Mercedes Johnson wants to live a normal life, but she’s relentlessly protected by her father and his crazy right-hand man who will …

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ReBlog – ARGH: 25 Creative Writing Prompts to Help You Annoy Your Characters – Bryn Donovan

Recently I did a list of writing prompts to help writers embarrass their characters in their fiction. People seemed to like it a lot, so I thought I’d do a similar one to annoy (or even serio…

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ReBlog – “Vested in Her” by Brickley Jules #CoverReveal #PreOrder | Nesie’s Place

“Vested In Her” By Brickley Jules Genre: MCRomance Release Date: April 26, 2017 PREORDER Amazon Smashwords Small town biker princess Haven Mercedes Johnson wants to live a normal life, …

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Biker princess, Haven Mercedes Johnson, wants to live a normal life, but she’s relentlessly protected by her father’s right-hand man. With the help of an ex and a well meaning stranger, Haven escapes her father’s club and eagerly sets off to start a new life.

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Riker Davis is tasked with finding her, and unfortunately for her, he’s determined to do anything to earn a vest in her father’s club.

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Haven thinks she’s in the clear until Riker walks into the diner where she works, and her old life boomerangs back at her. Now she must choose, go back to her old life and give Riker what he wants, a vest in her father’s club, or give him up and keep the life she’s always dreamed of.

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ReBlog – Amazing eBook Deals – Indies Unlimited

Here you go – a bunch of new bargain eBooks to read, just for you! You can fill up that Kindle now with the free and 99 cent eBook deals right here on Thrifty Thursday.

Readers: look in the comment section below. If you see one you like, click over and buy it. How easy is that? (If you don’t see the book covers, adjust your browser’s adblock settings.)

Authors: if you have a book priced at 99¢ or less (that’s right, post your free eBooks here, too!), follow the instructions below and post it right in the comment section. Got more than one bargain book? Go ahead and post them all if you like, but only one book and ONE link per comment please!

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ReBlog – “Vested in Her” by Brickley Jules #CoverReveal #PreOrder | Nesie’s Place

“Vested In Her” By Brickley Jules

Genre: MCRomance

Release Date: April 26, 2017

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#smutchat: What is it?

Vania Margene Rheault


I’ve been a part of the Twitter writing community for a couple of years now. I’ve met some wonderful people, and they have been instrumental in helping me publish On the Corner of 1700 Hamilton. Without my friends, my journey would have been harder, and certainly not as much fun.

I follow and am followed by writers who write in all genres, but I am an erotica and romance writer. There are a lot of writing chats on Twitter that I sometimes participate in, but I’ve never participated in one that primarily chatted about romance, or “smut.” When I searched #smutchat, I saw the hashtag hadn’t been used for a Twitter chat, and I took it as a sign. Finding a hashtag not in use, and one that is short, is half the battle in hosting a Twitter chat or writing game.

But before I announced my intentions, I…

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ReBlog – BookShelf | Vania Margene Rheault

1700 Hamilton

While drowning his sorrows in a small downtown bar, Ben Langdon meets Lila. Only problem? She’s taken. Cutting his losses, he heads home. Intercepted by a phone call from a…

On the Corner of Hamilton and Main 

As Lila Donahue is acting as maid of honor for her best friend, she meets Ben in a little downtown bar on the night of the bachelorette party…

Under Lock anf Key

Finding her way to Washington from Minnesota, Avery makes the journey to claim land she inherited from a man she never met…

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#TeaserTues – Vested in Her – 3

#TeaserTues Vested In Her Excerpt from Chapter One.

Previous Excerpts from Chapter One that I shared.

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Chapter One

Haven Johnson bounced across the cracked linoleum floor to answer the call of the beeping oven, her tight tank top and short shorts doing little to cover her as she bounded around. Bending, she retrieved the surprise she baked for her childhood friends who were all crowded around a small, wobbly-legged table in her parents’ kitchen.

A man whistled behind her, but she ignored him. Gas was one guy she had no desire to be friends with, but him and Chrome were a package deal.

“Haven, that smells freakin’ awesome. You’re going to make some guy a great old lady one day,” Chrome said.

His older brother, Gas, smiled, his nut-brown eyes flickering menacingly, as he laughed. “We all know that won’t be an asshat like you, Chrome.”

The other guys around the table cackled with laughter, one even ruffled Chrome’s hair.

Lowering his bright red mop, Chrome stuttered to himself, his ginger mane was the only thing the two brothers had in common. The sea-green eyed Chrome was the more sensitive of the two. This trait manifested most apparently in his willingness to give riding lessons to townies down at the bike shop because he didn’t mind working with them. A mechanic at the same shop, Gas ruthlessly prodded him about helping their type.

Ignoring them, Haven carefully pried the cookies from the sheet pan and deposited them on a large, chipped dinner plate. She turned to set them on the table and almost collided into Crazy George, her dad’s right-hand man.

He towered over her, glaring at her with a foreboding gaze, made all the more menacing by his almost black eyes. His black biker vest, crooked smile, dark shades, and black jeans just added to his ominous biker dude persona. Reaching a gnarled finger toward the plate she held, he flipped it right out of Haven’s hands. The cookies and plate crashed to the floor with a commotion loud enough to garnish a greying eyebrow raise from her father seated in the living room.

Her father, Big Bruce, watched the whole exchange as he often did whenever Haven interacted with his men. He shook his shaved head, grunted, and flicked his gaze back to the muted TV.

Haven glared at Crazy George, her fists pulled into tight balls of fury. Her nails dug into her palms, the pain curbing her desire to scream at him. Oh my god, I hate you! If there is a higher power in this world, you will burst into flames right now, you bastard.

Crazy George openly smirked at her then turned to the table of guys and said, “If you lug nuts are done playing house with princess here, you need to polish the bikes for the morning perimeter check.”

The guys jumped at his decree, their chairs awkwardly scraping and catching on the worn floor sounding like a group of five-year-olds learning to play the trumpet. None of them glanced at Haven or offered to help her clean up the mess. They knew their place because her father and George made sure they did.

Once they left, Crazy George turned back to Haven, cocked his bald head, and laughed.

Haven swallowed the bile burning her throat, a verbal assault threatening to unleash itself from her mouth. Crazy George had it out for her, but she didn’t know why. Every time she hung out with the younger guys from her father’s motorcycle club, he spoiled her fun. But never in a ‘protective uncle’ kind of way. He always operated in an ‘I’m here to ruin your life’ way. She never managed to get close to anyone, but it wasn’t for a lack of trying. A couple of the prospects were good looking, and Haven wouldn’t have minded spending some time alone with them. Crazy George never let that happen, though. He was her dad’s bulldog, charged with guarding her, but that was all.

Crazy George followed the rookies outside, and then her father followed, his large frame taking up most of the doorway.

“Make sure to clean that up, sweetie. Don’t want mice in the house, now do we.” Bruce gave her a half smile and strode through the door.

Why don’t you stand up for me? Why do you let him treat me like that? But she knew the answer to that question because she had asked it before, and the answer was always the same. Her father would shake his head and say, ‘That’s George, baby. He’s been an ass for decades, and he’s not likely to change.’

Haven vibrated with rage. She learned long ago that George only picked on her harder if she made a big deal out of his actions. Tears brimmed her hazel eyes, but she didn’t let them fall for fear of a bigger lashout from him. Taking a few deep breaths, she bent to clean up the remainders of her morning surprise. Why she even bothered to try to be friends with the guys her age in her dad’s motorcycle club baffled her. Crazy George would never let anything come of it.

But what he didn’t know was she had been dating boys from a few towns over. Tally, her best friend, would cover for her while Haven’s boyfriends took her out. As an adult, although barely, she shouldn’t have to do this.

Letting that thought fall into the trashcan with the cookies she dumped into it, she went to get ready for her busy day. She had lots of sitting alone on the deck and watching the motorcycles come and go planned. Maybe she would go into town and have her nails done to pass the time if Crazy George would let her out of his sight for an hour or two.

She hated summers here. At least in high school, she had an escape from this place and saw real people. People who lived regular lives and did things like go to work in offices. People who didn’t have clubs filled with drunken bikers as their norm.

Haven sighed and towel dried her hair as she stared at her ghost-like image in the foggy mirror. If only I could get out of here.