Drawn by Chris Ledbetter Book Blitz

Drawn

Release Date: 06/08/15

Evernight Teen

Cover Artist: Jay Aheer

Summary from Goodreads:

Caught between the sweltering fall landscape of Wilmington, NC beaches and southern illusions and expectations, all sixteen year-old Cameron Shade thinks about is art. That, and for Farrah Spangled to view him as more than just a friend. Cameron longs to win her heart through art.


After several warm interactions with Farrah, including painting together at the beach, Cameron discovers just how complex Farrah’s life is with her boyfriend and her family. Following a tense run-in with Farrah’s father, she forbids Cameron to ever speak to her again, but Cameron’s convinced there’s more behind the request.


To impress Farrah with a last-ditch effort, Cameron sketches her portrait. But the sketchbook he uses hides a dark secret. Farrah’s now in grave danger because the sketch he drew of her siphons her real-life’s soul into the sketchbook. Cameron now has twenty days to extract Farrah. To save her, he must draw himself into the book.


If he fails… they both die.

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About the Author

Chris Ledbetter grew up in Durham, NC before moving to Charlottesville, VA in 11th grade. After high school, he attended Hampton University where he promptly “walked-on” to the best drum line in the CIAA. And, without any prior percussion experience. He carried the bass drum for four years, something his back is not very happy about now.


After a change of heart and major, he enrolled in Old Dominion University and earned his degree in Business Administration. He’s worked in various managerial and marketing capacities throughout his life. While teaching high school for six years in Culpeper, VA, he taught business management, business law, marketing, and sports marketing, and also coached football.

He has walked the streets of Los Angeles and New York City, waded in the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and climbed Diamond Head crater on Hawaii and rang in the New Year in Tokyo, Japan. But he dreams of one day visiting Greece and Italy.

He’s a proud member of SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators) and a strong supporter of the Need for Diverse Books. As a self-described, young reluctant reader, he writes young adult stories specifically to reach other reluctant readers. As a participant in the prestigious Nevada SCBWI Mentor Program, he was blessed to be mentored by Suzanne Morgan Williams, 2012 SCBWI member of the year.

He now lives in Wilmington, NC with his family, including three cats.

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By: Julia London writing as Jessa McAdams

Releasing June 30, 2015

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American lass seeks brawny Scot…

As if being newly single isn’t brutal enough, Sloane Chatfield’s friends are getting obnoxious about setting her up. When Sloane insists she’s waiting for a certain sexy fictional Highlander to come along, her friends surprise her with a trip to Scotland to find her a new boyfriend. She’d rather have a root canal. But if she can find a Highland hunk to “break her heart” before her friends arrive…

In a remote Highland village, Galen Buchanan is struggling to keep the family pub afloat. Everything is falling apart, he’s running out of money, and now there’s an opinionated American lass parked at his best table, driving him mad. But then Sloane asks Galen to be her pretend Highland boyfriend…and offers him enough money to save the pub. It’s only for a few days, he figures. What’s the worst that could happen?

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How to Marry a Highlander # 1

By: Julia London writing as Jessa McAdams

Releasing June 30, 2015

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American lass seeks brawny Scot…

As if being newly single isn’t brutal enough, Sloane Chatfield’s friends are getting obnoxious about setting her up. When Sloane insists she’s waiting for a certain sexy fictional Highlander to come along, her friends surprise her with a trip to Scotland to find her a new boyfriend. She’d rather have a root canal. But if she can find a Highland hunk to “break her heart” before her friends arrive…

In a remote Highland village, Galen Buchanan is struggling to keep the family pub afloat. Everything is falling apart, he’s running out of money, and now there’s an opinionated American lass parked at his best table, driving him mad. But then Sloane asks Galen to be her pretend Highland boyfriend…and offers him enough money to save the pub. It’s only for a few days, he figures. What’s the worst that could happen?

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“I happen to be quite good at sizing people up, and you, lass, are spoiled. Donna take it personally—it’s an American thing,” he said casually, as if that were a foregone conclusion.

Now Sloane was indignant.“Watch yourself, Braveheart,” she said, poking him in the arm. “And anyway, how is that even remotely an American thing?”

“It’s the way Americans view the rest of the world,” he said. “Americans think the Loch Ness monster exists, and that we all live in the Highlands in a Braveheart movie. Or, you all read Trainspotting in school and think we’re all on drugs. You think Scots believe in unicorns and our national pastime is the caber toss, and our calendars are manly men in kilts holding kittens.”

“Is there really a calendar like that?” she asked, perking up. If there was, she’d be picking one up before she headed back to the States.

All she got in response to that was an I-told-you-so look.

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julia londonJulia London is the New York Times, USA Today, and Publisher’s Weekly bestselling author of more than thirty romantic fiction novels. She is the author of the popular Cabot Sisters historical series, including The Trouble with Honor, The Devil Takes a Bride, and the The Scoundrel and the Debutante. She is also the author of several acclaimed contemporary romances, including The Cedar Springs series, and the recent Homecoming Ranch, Return to Homecoming Ranch, and The Perfect Homecoming.

Julia has added a short contemporary series to her titles as well, including The Perfect Bargain, writing under the name Jessa McAdams. Julia is the recipient of the RT Bookclub Award for Best Historical Romance and a four time finalist for the prestigious RITA award for excellence in romantic fiction.

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Grey (Fifty Shades #4) by E.L. James – Or Why Some Questions Should Remain Unanswered

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From Goodreads – Christian Grey exercises control in all things; his world is neat, disciplined, and utterly empty—until the day that Anastasia Steele falls into his office, in a tangle of shapely limbs and tumbling brown hair. He tries to forget her, but instead is swept up in a storm of emotion he cannot comprehend and cannot resist. Unlike any woman he has known before, shy, unworldly Ana seems to see right through him—past the business prodigy and the penthouse lifestyle to Christian’s cold, wounded heart.

Will being with Ana dispel the horrors of his childhood that haunt Christian every night? Or will his dark sexual desires, his compulsion to control, and the self-loathing that fills his soul drive this girl away and destroy the fragile hope she offers him?


Idiom: Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.

Or perhaps curiosity killed the cat would be more appropriate? I admit it, I read Fifty Shades of Grey – worse than that I read all three books. I wouldn’t say that I disliked the story precisely, as I did in fact want to know what happened next and thus read all three entries with varying degrees of dissatisfaction. However if I ever were to have the misfortune of meeting “the fictitious Ms. Steele” I would gladly slap her. giphy

The most pervasive emotion I felt when reading FSOG was annoyance, every time that idiot girl bit her lip, blushed or worst of all, when I read the myriad of cultural references that would only be appropriate if the setting was across the pond, from where the esteemed author hails, I was irked. Feeling this way one might wonder why I would a) watch the movie and b) subject myself to reading a rewrite, which make no mistake Grey IS though I didn’t realize it at the time. The answer is simple, I was curious.

With Grey, E.L. James was afforded a rather unique opportunity, a do-over if you will. Don’t we all wonder what we could do if we had more time, resources, what have you… what the outcome would be? I made the mistake of thinking that Grey was an example of this type of thinking rather than the thinly veiled money grab that it in fact was. One would think with the world wide attention, if not acclaim, that Grey would be something… well, better.

giphyThough Ana got on my last nerve, I was somewhat reluctantly intrigued by Christian Grey. Even if when his deep dark secret was finally revealed my internal monologue was along the lines of “boo freakin’ hoo“, at least Dexter took his early childhood trauma and became a serial killer. Now, that was interesting! In general, I like stories told in dual POV even if I often wonder if an author of the opposite gender could ever truly capture the essence of the character’s thoughts and motivations. But if I wanted truth I could start reading non-fiction and that is not going to happen which brings me back to Grey.

On Valentine’s Day of this year, the motion picture of Fifty Shades of Grey was released. Before I saw the film I considered for a brief moment re-reading the book and then realized that way leads the path to madness for the reasons stated above. After seeing the movie I was glad that I had allowed the horror that was the first book to fade from my memory somewhat. Make no mistake it is no Best Film Academy Award nominee in the making but considering the rather lugubrious source material, the film far exceeded my expectations, Dakota Johnson brought to the part an unexpected and somehow completely appropriate humor. My hope that this would carry on to the next two films planned in the series but alas that is not to be as the esteemed director Sam Taylor Johnson and screenwriter have fled the ship amidst rumours of strife with the author. Sadly I feel that this will negatively impact the upcoming Fifty Shades Darker.

Granted Jamie Dornan was a bit stiff (muwhahaha) in the part and what, WHAT, what were they thinking with that opening scene of the movie with “Christian” (Jamie Dornan) running with his hood up in an almost identical fashion to the actor’s character in The Fall? That in an if itself isn’t an issue until you consider that Paul Spector is a serial killer!

After a somewhat positive movie watching experience I naively gave into my curiosity and figured I would give Grey a whirl forgetting two critical things. Firstly, “do overs” are about as common as unicorns and second if “The King” and I mean Stephen not Elvis arguably one of the greatest storytellers of all time could not improve on The Stand by adding back in 400 pages that was edited out of the original why oh why would I think that a far less competent writer, inexplicable commercial success aside, would be able to improve upon a mediocre sexed up hack of Twilight?

Quite simply Grey is boring, the editing is much better than FSOG, free of all of those horrific inaccurate cultural references. Unless you are raised in a British expatriate household and sometimes not even then, which I was, you do not say you are going to “ring” someone instead of call etc. I could go on but I feel a rant coming on. What we learned upon reading Grey is that Christian’s cock appears to have gained sentience and weighs in on his every thought and decision. The sex scenes never particularly titillating despite what you may have heard are repetitive and mechanical. Truly all I gleaned from the experience is that I am not better for having been privy to Christian Grey’s inner monologue and that if you truly want to be entertained read the various reviews/parodies available about this latest offering instead. Hopefully by the time the “alternate versions” are released of Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed I will be wise enough to take my own advice.

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Remind Me (Chasing Fire #1) – Ann Marie Walker & Amy K. Rogers

Have you met Hudson Chase?

REMIND ME

Chasing Fire #1

Ann Marie Walker & Amy K. Rogers

Released  April 21st, 2015

Berkley Intermix


First in a tantalizing new trilogy about reigniting a forbidden desire from long ago…

 

As heiress to a media empire Alessandra Sinclair was raised to put family obligations first. But everything changes the night her first love walks back into her life and turns her whole world upside down. Haunted by the memories of a secret romance with a boy from the wrong side of the tracks, she can’t seem to get Hudson Chase out of her mind. Once again torn between two worlds, Allie must decide how much she’s willing to risk to have the love she’s always longed for.

Ten years is a long time to wait, but billionaire Hudson Chase didn’t become CEO of one of the country’s fastest growing companies by giving up on what he wants. Now that he’s got Allie in his sights again, he’s determined to make her regret breaking his heart. And this time, he’s going to make damn sure he’s not so easy to forget.

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“Mr. Chase.”

Hearing his name, Hudson turned. An older gentleman was beating a path his way. His hand was already extended and judging by the look on his face, he was gearing up for a request.

Sophia touched Hudson’s forearm, but her attention was on the room. “I’m heading to the bar,” she said, her eyes already scanning the crowd. “Can I get you a scotch?”

For a moment he thought about following her simply to escape a conversation he already knew he didn’t want to have. “Blue Label. Make it a double.”

“Elliot Shaw,” the man said, somewhat out of breath, “executive editor, Chicago magazine. So glad to run into you. I’ve left several messages with your assistant.”

Hudson shook his hand. “What can I do for you, Mr. Shaw?”

“I’d like to feature you in our annual ‘Power 100’ issue.”

“That’s handled by my PR department. I suggest you talk to them.”

“I have,” Shaw politely persisted, “but we want more than a standard press package. We’d like an exclusive interview.”

Hudson was about to cut him off when Shaw played his trump.

“In return we’re willing to offer you the cover of the issue and rank you number one on the list. Not every day someone moves to town with the clout to knock Oprah off her throne.” Shaw chuckled at his own joke then launched into a well-rehearsed spiel. “In the local market our circulation is larger than People . . .”

Hudson tuned the man out. He was scanning the crowd for his date, and more importantly his scotch.

And then he saw her.

His heart beat like he’d just finished the Chicago Marathon.

The hem of her black dress sat conservatively above the knee and the neckline was far from revealing, yet she was still the sexiest damn woman in the room. Sophisticated and elegant.

She turned towards a petite redhead, revealing the low cut out in the back of her dress and a whole lot of perfect skin.

Holy shit.

Hudson drew a sharp breath. He couldn’t help but wonder what she was wearing underneath. Or how her blonde hair, once released from the pins holding it in place, would tumble in loose curls around her face. Soft waves that would brush like satin across his bare chest . . . his abs… his . . .

“. . . Of course the social media element can’t be minimized.” Shaw’s voice yanked Hudson right out of his fantasy.

“Do you know that woman?” He inclined his head in the blonde’s general direction. “Speaking with the redhead?”

Shaw followed his gaze. “Yes, that’s Alessandra Sinclair, the event chair. Her family—”

“Thank you, Mr. Shaw. Excuse me.” Hudson strode confidently through the room, reaching Sophia just as she turned away from the bar with two drinks in hand. He caught her by the elbow without ever breaking stride.

 “Careful,” she warned, “this dress cost a fortune.”

Hudson snatched his scotch out of her hand and drained it, skidding the empty glass across a table as he passed. He steered them quickly towards the blonde, his awareness of her heightening with every step. When he was standing behind her, he took a deep breath, steeling himself for her reaction.

“Excuse me. Who should I see about making a rather sizable donation?”

***

Sizable donation? The words were music to Alessandra’s ears.  A confident grin spread across her face. Convincing fat cats to part with their cash was her specialty. This guy wouldn’t know what hit him.

She turned around, prepared to give Mr. Potential Donor the full benefit of her charm, and froze.

It couldn’t be.

Her practiced smile slipped as she gaped at him in disbelief. He was older, obviously, and dressed in an Armani tux instead of faded Levi’s. His dark, wavy hair was shorter than it had been and his once wiry frame was replaced with the muscular build of a man well acquainted with the gym. He was taller, his shoulders broader, and even his stance had changed. The boy she’d once known was now a man who exuded an overwhelming sense of masculine power.

So much about him was different and yet his eyes, those gorgeous blue eyes, were exactly the same as she remembered.

“That would be us,” a voice to her right offered. She could barely make out the words over the sound of blood rushing through her ears. “I’m Harper Hayes and this is the event’s chair, Alessandra Sinclair.”

“Alessandra,” the man said, a smirk tugging at the corner of his mouth as he offered his hand. “Hudson Chase.”

For a moment her gaze lingered on his full, sensual lips. His strong, rugged jaw. The designer stubble he wore now made him look even darker and more mysterious than he had when she’d first met him. She wondered how it would feel beneath her fingertips, against her cheek, between her thighs . . .

Harper’s elbow nudged her arm, pulling her from her errant thoughts.

Holy hell, where did that come from?

Alessandra looked up to find Hudson watching her, one brow quirked, and a warm flush crossed her face. She placed her hand in his, hoping he didn’t notice the way her fingers trembled.

“So what’s this you were saying about a donation?” Harper asked.

Hudson held Alessandra’s hand, his eyes locked on hers, as he answered. “Perhaps this is a matter I can discuss with Miss Sinclair over a dance?”

For a moment the atmosphere between them seemed to shift, becoming charged with anticipation as his question hung unanswered in the air. Then the woman on Hudson’s arm interrupted with an exaggerated sigh. She feigned disinterest, inspecting her perfect manicure as she shifted her weight from one stiletto to the other. Alessandra studied her. Curvy in all the right places with legs that went on forever. Lush red lips matched her barely there dress and dark, cascading curls framed a face worthy of a magazine cover. Granted, the magazine would likely be Maxim. But still, she was stunning.

Alessandra quickly withdrew her hand but Hudson’s gaze was steady. “I’m considering writing a large check this evening,” he said. “The least you can do is dance with me.”

“She’d love to,” Harper volunteered.

Alessandra whipped her head around, her narrowed glare meeting Harper’s broad grin.

“Work it,” Harper mouthed as she nudged her forward.

Hudson waited, his blue eyes fixed on her. She knew she should politely decline. She could turn him down and no one would be the wiser. After all, she was the event chair. Any number of responsibilities or pressing issues could be deemed a plausible excuse. But at that moment, she couldn’t think of a single one.

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A Million Miles Away – Lara Avery REVIEW

What’s mine is yours, and what is yours is mine. Shakespeare, Measure for Measure (Act 5 Scene 1. Line 576)

Of course that sort of agreement is much easier to abide by when the other party is deceased. One of the best things about reading in my opinion are the varying emotions reading a book engenders, the thoughts and feelings that I try to share, sometimes with mixed results, with my friends. Being a bookish sort I often find myself partaking in long, often spirited debates about the books I have read of which A Million Miles Away was no exception. In my immediate reading circle, if not in life I am the adventurous one for lack of a better term or so it seems.

AMMA(From Goodreads) – When high school senior Kelsey’s identical twin sister, Michelle, dies in a car crash, Kelsey is left without her other half. The only person who doesn’t know about the tragedy is Michelle’s boyfriend, Peter, recently deployed to Afghanistan. But when Kelsey finally connects with Peter online, she can’t bear to tell him the truth. Active duty has taken its toll, and Peter, thinking that Kelsey is Michelle, says that seeing her is the one thing keeping him alive. Caught up in the moment, Kelsey has no choice: She lets Peter believe that she is her sister.

As Kelsey keeps up the act, she crosses the line from pretend to real. Soon, Kelsey can’t deny that she’s falling, hard, for the one boy she shouldn’t want.

When I saw the cover of A Million Miles Away I was immediately captivated. I have a thing for freckles, what can I say? Besides, can anyone resist a black and white portrait? Certainly not me, the description was decidedly soapy but I was willing to take the risk. The story seized my attention from the outset and quite against her will I held my friend hostage as I read and shared this entertaining, if highly implausible novel.

Kelsey is a party girl, the antithesis of her twin, who is the stereotypical introspective artistic type. At the story’s outset she is at the center of the action literally and figuratively, of which her twin is suspiciously absent. When she does locate Michelle, she is holed up in her room with a guy. Someone Kelsey has never met before, accustomed to her sister’s many “strays” she doesn’t take much notice of Peter until the following morning when he mistakes her for her twin. They share an electric moment before Kelsey identifies herself and Peter claims to have just in that instant recognized her. Foreshadowing anyone?

Unbeknownst to Kelsey, Michelle has been seeing Peter for the past three months and they are “in love“. This underscores that despite the fact that they share the same DNA they are far from the closest of siblings. It may be rather judgemental on my part but Michelle also seemed to be a bit of a bitch at least from what I gleaned from their exchange the night prior. That may have simply been a plot device to make Kelsey’s actions from that point forward more palatable but there you have it.

Tragically Michelle is killed returning from the airport where she left Peter before his deployment to Afghanistan. Unable to face the idea of going into her room and frankly lacking the technological know how Kelsey’s mother asks her to log onto Michelle’s Facebook account to close it. As she is doing so Kelsey’s answers a Skype call from overseas, the connection is bad and understandably Peter again mistakes Kelsey for Michelle. Of course conveniently before she has a chance to tell Peter what happened to her sister the call is disconnected.

There was never any danger that my friend would read this novel as in general she takes a very dim view of N/A fiction. For many reasons, a number of which, I cannot fault her as in my more mature moments I agree whole heartedly with her. However, despite her complete lack of interest I felt compelled to share Kelsey’s plight and delighted in her reactions to them. I will have you know that I did not remove the wings from flies for my enjoyment in my childhood though torturing my friend may have been akin to that sort of behaviour.

In fact when I initially sketched the generalities of the plot I believe her response was something along the lines of “No, no, NO! This is what is wrong with N/A! She is going to steal her sister’s boyfriend and be all sad and maudlin’ about it throughout the entire book! No matter how wrong what she has done is, when it is all over she will be rewarded with a happy ending! What kind of example is that!” I am sure this makes me a terrible person but I seem to get as much enjoyment out of her rants as I do the latest Buzzfeed Matt’s #whineaboutit Wednesday videos, which is significant. I think Buzzfeed Matt may be my soul mate…but please don’t tell my husband. Either that or I really would enjoy having a job that would require my quaffing large quantities of wine and “keepin’ things real”.

I found myself thinking throughout the novel “Really, Kelsey? You couldn’t have told Peter the truth, if not during the first Skype call then at least during the second?” Albeit then the story would have been very short or a very different one altogether. But that is the parent in me, the other side, the obviously more morally ambiguous one figured it was the risk you take when dealing with identical twins. Again please remember my formative years were in the 80s after all.

Unlike when I listened to Broken Juliet on my commute and all those sharing the road with me were in jeopardy, I was that enraged by what I was hearing. While reading A Million Miles Away I found myself quickly typing emails to my pal to update her on the story’s progress. If that is not an indicator of enjoyment or at least emotional investment I don’t know what is. This was her response when I told her that the time had come for Kelsey to pay the piper, in her defence she was a bit cranky at the time.

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Ultimately I am not sure if it was my friend’s curmudgeonly responses or the complete implausibility of the story itself but I enjoyed it a great deal or at the very least I enjoyed talking about it. Was Kelsey in the wrong for taking her sister’s place? Undoubtedly. Would this ever happen in real life? Unlikely. Would I read it again? Unquestionably.

 

 

RECLAIM ME (Chasing Fire #3) – Ann Marie Walker & Amy K. Rogers COVER REVEAL

Coming Soon to Your E-Reader…

The Highly Anticipated conclusion 

of the Chasing Fire Series 

RECLAIM ME

Chasing Fire #3

Ann Marie Walker & Amy K. Rogers

Releasing October 21st, 2015

Berkley Intermix

As the heart-pounding Chasing Fire trilogy concludes, a dangerous entanglement leaves Hudson and Allie wondering how much they’re willing to risk for the love they can’t live without…

There’s almost nothing Alessandra Sinclair wouldn’t do for Hudson Chase. He was her first love, and she’s determined that he’ll be her last. But when the terrible truth Hudson has been hiding comes to light, Allie finds herself caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse with a man from her past who’s determined to use what he knows to ruin Hudson. Now, the only way to save the man she loves may be to lose him forever…

Hudson has always known that the secrets he keeps could be his downfall, but he never expected them to put Allie’s life in danger as well. It’s time for him to come clean–before everything he’s ever wanted is destroyed…

Includes previews of REMIND ME and RELEASE ME, the first two books of the Chasing Fire trilogy.

Praise for the Chasing Fire trilogy

“Exceptional…Seriously sexy and sinfully steamy. Can’t wait for more from this writing duo!”–New York Times bestselling author Tara Sue Me

“Walker and Rogers strike the perfect balance between blistering physical desire and heartfelt connections…”–RT Book Review

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