#BookBloggers | How do you feel about books with multiple narrators? (submitted by Eli @ The Book Supplier) @coffeeramblings

This week’s prompt: How do you feel about books with multiple narrators? (submitted by Eli @ The Book Supplier)

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#TeaserTuesday – CAN’T FIGHT THIS FEELING [Spikonos Brothers #2] By Miranda Liasson @TastyBookTours @mirandaliasson


Spikonos Brothers #2 Miranda Liasson

Releasing March 7th, 2017



Widowed psychologist Maggie McShae is ready to find someone who won’t make her heartbeat fast, her knees grow weak, or make her feel hot and cold at the same time. No one she can really love, because love brings too much pain.

Drew Poulos, son of a billionaire, is hiding out in Mirror Lake, working at his brothers’ brandy company. He inspires those very feelings Maggie’s determined to avoid. The hunky businessman, who left his high society bride at the altar, is the last person she’d ever seriously date…but he might just be perfect for a fling…


Drew’s too heartbroken to ever trust any woman again, but the sexy psychologist is the perfect person to deflect his family’s attention as his brother marries the woman Drew once thought was his. As sparks fly, two injured hearts might just find that true love can be even better the second time around….

He got in her face. And oh, those big brown intelligent eyes up close, those chiseled cheekbones, so much more defined than her own, which really were such a waste on a man. That thick, pitch-black hair, so thick a woman’s fingers could get lost in there.

She tried to back up a step, but he moved forward. “Maybe. Let’s start by being honest with each other. Do you want me, Maggie?”

“We’re not talking about—that. Back off already.” She pushed on his chest a little. A mistake. Because it was hard as boulders and made her knees go weak. “Besides, you just—flinched when I touched you.”

“I think we need to do what you said, talk about it. I flinched because I felt what I think you feel too. That there’s something going on between us. What are we going to do about it?”

She flipped her hand dismissively. “It’s all that touchy-feely stuff we’re doing in front of your family. That has to stop.”

“This has nothing to do with playacting,” he said quietly. “And I think you know that. “That kiss on the court… It was real.”

“That kiss was…impulsive. Heat of the moment, fueled by our hard-won victory.” Joking now was not stopping the shivers that were running up and down her arms. Or the hot and cold coursing through her veins. Somehow, she sensed how it would be between them. Wild. No holds barred. And God help her, she wanted that.

She tried to pull some common sense out of her sex-addled brain. It would be a very bad idea on both their parts to forget their troubles with a sweaty round of sex, wouldn’t it?


Miranda Liasson loves to write stories about everyday people who find love despite themselves, because there’s nothing like a great love story. And if there are a few laughs along the way, even better! She’s a former Golden Heart winner who writes contemporary romance for Montlake Romance, Entangled, and soon for Grand Central. She lives in the Midwest with her husband, three kids, and Posey, a rescue cat with attitude.

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Feb, 19th | Sunday Post – It gets a little darker! @kimbacaffeinate

Image result for fifty shades darkerHey CGBGers! 

Happy Belated Valentine’s day! or as I like to say Happy Singles Day! Or maybe I should rename it as “Book Boyfriend Appreciation Day” 

This week has been extremely busy, I even had a date with Christian Grey for the second installment of Fifty Shades Darker and I have to say this one was even better than the first installment.

If you haven’t already seen it then I can only suggest that you really should. Jamie Dornan is just lush!

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#FF Feature & Follow: What was the first book that moved you? @parajunkee @AlisonCanRead

Feature & Follow time is here!!The Feature and Follow is the premium BLOG HOP of Book Bloggers. Running for over five years, the Feature and Follow’s goal is to promote the book blogging and author community to join together and support each other – even if it is just through a simple follow. The FF also promotes creative post options by offering interesting topics we can all talk about and comment on! Come join us.

This week’s Feature & Follow Prompt: What was the first book that moved you? Scared you, made you cry, disturbed your view of the world?

This one is super easy, anything that Karen Rose has published her Romantic Suspense are a wonderful blend of romance and thriller. She opened my eyes to the evils of the world bringing them to forefront. Yes I’m aware that there is evil in the world but the way Karen Rose describes it and intertwines it within her novels is terrifying but intriguing at the same time.

If you haven’t read any of her novels then you sooooo have to. She’s amazing!

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TBR Thursday [47] Feb, 16th


TBR Thursday @ Kimberly Faye Reads.

Highlight a title from my shelf (or eReader) and ask your readers what they think about it … Have you read it? Should I read it or put it back on the shelf? 

The One Memory of Flora Banks by Emily Barr

Paperback, 303 pages | Published January 12th 2017 by Penguin http://www.emilybarr.com

33287077Seventeen-year-old Flora Banks has no short-term memory. Her mind resets itself several times a day, and has since the age of ten, when the tumor that was removed from Flora’s brain took with it her ability to make new memories. That is, until she kisses Drake, her best friend’s boyfriend, the night before he leaves town.

Miraculously, this one memory breaks through Flora’s fractured mind, and sticks. Flora is convinced that Drake is responsible for restoring her memory and making her whole again. So when an encouraging email from Drake suggests she meet him on the other side of the world, Flora knows with certainty that this is the first step toward reclaiming her life. Continue reading