Raw Deal by Jackson Kane – Blog Tour


Title: Raw Deal
Author: Jackson Kane
Series: Steel Veins, book 3
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: January 25, 2020
Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing
Cover Designer: BookSmith Design

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Her biggest mistake was arresting me.

My biggest mistake was falling for her.

She’s going to ruin two long, hard years of work within my club, and it’s going to get her killed. To protect her, I’ll have to keep her dangerously close. Close enough to run my rough hands down her smooth curves.

She says she’s all business, but I can see her fierce, brown eyes wandering over my body. The sexual tension between us is stronger than the handcuffs she has me in.

She’ll never trust me. She shouldn’t.

Because I’m not the criminal she thinks I am….

I’m so much worse

Raw Deal, a motorcycle romance set in the Steel Veins Motorcycle Club, is filled with heat, nail-biting violence, and heart-racing adventure.

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I swallowed, then forced myself to proceed. “Sorry to bother you. I just… I dropped my wedding band in there. Can I please come in and look around for it?” My voice was both frantic and nervous, very little of which was acting. 
Calm down. He’s just another fugitive, I reminded myself. 
“You dropped your wedding band in the men’s bathroom?” As soon as the door opened, I pushed my way inside and then closed it tightly. I would need privacy for what came next. 
“Not exactly.” I smiled innocently.
Mason’s eyes narrowed as he worked out if he’d seen me before. It was irrational, I knew, but I felt a little wounded by that. How many girls did he pull that stunt with on the highway?
“You,” he said, brushing his hair back. A slow smile crept across his rugged tan face. “White SUV?”
I smiled back slightly and dipped my head. “Yeah.”
Mason Stone lived up to his namesake. His dark, sand-colored body looked rock hard. I fought the urge to run my fingers down his torso. I’d never seen any man in person who was in as good shape as he was. He was something out of a magazine.
“I take it you’re not looking for a ring,” Mason remarked, letting his eyes wander down my body as well. 
“No.” It was hard to keep my concentration. 
“Then what can I do for you?” My heart rate spiked at the smokey tone of his question. It held so many implications. 
I exhaled through gritted teeth. I was a little afraid. I also felt something else as well, something I hadn’t felt in a very long time. It was an undeniable, primal attraction. Why did he have to be so damn handsome?
“I need you to put these on.” I tossed him a pair of handcuffs. His expression went from sexy to surprised to amused. “Please?” I added coyly.
His smile widened. “Wish I could, love, but I’m—”
You’re here for a reason. Time to get to work. I took another breath and steadied myself, then pulled my pistol on him. “I insist.” 
The mischievous smile bled from Mason’s face. “Shit. What’s all this?”
“Put them on.” I clutched the gun tighter. “Now.”
“All right, take it easy.” Mason calmly snapped the restraints on both wrists, then held them up. “So, what are you? Statie, FBI, Marshal?”

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Bedazzled Dreamer by Deborah King – Book Review

Bedazzled Dreamer by Deborah King is the second book in the series of Inspiration in Cologne. I loved Daring Dreamer, book one and waited for the second book desperately. You can read my review of Daring Dreamer here

Shelby (Seashell) is a broken women who comes to Cologne for a new start along with her friend Janna. Janna and Shelby are in the pursuit of her dream of starting a boutique of their own. Shelby who is still struggling to find confidence in herself, her judgement and trust in other people, meets Shane who is a widower and father of three-year-old Nate. 

Shelby finds herself falling in love with Shane and Nate. The story is about how she works through her insecurities to find peace and forgiveness. 
I fell in love with Deborah King’s writing style after reading Daring Dreamer. It’s very easy to read her stories and I find it hard to put down the book in between. Now, after the second book, I would say I’m addicted. Can’t wait to read book three.A must read for contemporary romance lovers. Perfect for any age group.

I received the free review copy of this book for the reviewing purpose. 

Life After Death by TJ Graham – Book Review

Life After Death by TJ Graham is a story of a woman named Mackenzie Hill. Inspite of the recent death of her loving husband, she works hard to win a journalism award and raises three kids alone. She continues missing her husband. Sex crimes detective Keith Wilson is attracted towards Mackenzie. Though she rejects his invitations on a dinner date initially, she gives in but they part ways due to some differences. Dr. Andre Lang is a doctor who moves to Atlants to start afresh after the terrible murder of his wife and daughter. Mackenzie falls in love with Andre after few meetings. Little did Andre know that his past has never left him alone and now that the killer of his wife and daughter is after Mackenzie and her daughter.

The story is about the turn of events and if and how Andre saves Mackenzie from the killer. The story is engaging. Mackenzie’s character is very well built. I personally didn’t like the ending but after all, not all love stories have a happy ending, right?

The Gift of a Child by Donna K. Weaver

 
 
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Recently widowed Rae Cavanaugh just survived the worst birthday of her life. She and her two young children must now face a holiday season filled with so many reminders of what they’ve lost. 
 
But when a coworker who’s raising his young nephew moves next door, Rae discovers that the support of a good friend, and the gift of a child, can bring back some of the joy of the season.
 
**A Novelette**
 
 
 
 
 
 
Snippet:
They
spent the afternoon sorting the boxes. That’d been another bit of Amelia’s
advice, marking the boxes by room. Rae had taken the children into Jayden’s
room while Dylan worked at setting up his computer and sound system in the
living room.
For
some reason, Beth had decided she wanted to play wherever he was. When he went
into the kitchen with a box, she’d followed him. Then he’d moved one to the
bathroom, and she’d tagged along. When he’d returned to the living room, his
little shadow came along. Rae had collected her for a diaper change, but then
Beth resumed her search for Dylan again.
He
paused, keyboard in hand, and watched the toddler playing with a toy. Was she
drawn to him because he was a man and she missed the man in her life? How did a
small child who couldn’t comprehend death handle the reality of it? All the
poor kid knew was that her daddy wasn’t there anymore.
 


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