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*Blog Tour* Going Forward by K.M. Galvin + Excerpt + Playlist + #Giveaway @kelsiegalvin @IndieSagePromo




Going Forward

Publication Date: September 8, 2014







You may think you know me. The truth is I wasn’t always a good person. Truth is I played in the dark. I did a lot of things I’m not proud of. Did a lot of things that many people should hate me for, things that you may hate me for. But one thing I know for sure is that sometimes in order to go forward, we have to go back. And so…this is my story.

When Emily’s parents died in a car crash the night of her birthday she thought nothing could hurt worse. She was wrong. Choice. That’s the difference. They didn’t choose to abandon her, but her friends, brother, and the one person she loved more than life all chose to turn their backs. So Emily made the decision to shut off from life. She chose to find comfort in anyone who’d have her, anything she could drink, any drug that would give her just a moment of oblivion.

But all that changes with two pink lines.

Seventeen and pregnant? Not how she planned on finishing out her senior year. Jason and Declan both coming home? Not the reunion she was prepared for. But life doesn’t wait for you, and so you’re only option is to go forward.











The front door slams shut with the force of a bullet and I stare at him. My stomach, lil pink lines nugget alien baby included, fell right through my car and to the pavement. Have you ever gotten white hot and blazing cold within the span of a second? Dots dance in front of my eyes and the world tips sideways as he makes his way around to my side of the car. I track his progress, dread festering inside me... or is that gas? What is he going to do? I did the only thing I could think to do.

I lock the doors.
He pulls on the handle, brows lowering when he realizes it’s locked.
“Emily,” he warns. Yeah, so not happening. He pulls harder on the handle and then knocks on the window. I feel a gurgle in my throat; it bubbles from the bottom of my throat and then rips out of my throat. I am laughing. The sound bounces around my piece of shit car, loud against the quiet.

He actually knocked on the window.

This sends me off into gales of laughter. I laugh and laugh and laugh. I laugh so hard my stomach hurts and I have to squeeze my thighs together to hold in the pee that is threatening to ruin my brand new jeans. It’s the first time I’ve seen or heard from him in almost a year and this is how we reunite. I unlock the doors and undo my seatbelt. Flinging the door open, I climb out of the car and stand in front of him. He’s got an amused look in his eye and that same sly grin on his face. I’ve missed his face. God, I’ve missed his face.

He stands so rigidly. I can see his muscles are locked, but I don’t know what to do. I’m out of the car, but it’s like that door is still locked. Then he closes his eyes and takes a deep breath. His arms fall to his sides and the tension leaks from him. His eyes open and they are blazing at me with so much emotion my throat locks up and my eyes respond by filling with tears.

“Come here, preggers,” he whispers, and that’s all I need to hear before I vault into his arms. His arms band around me as he crushes me to him. For the second time in almost a year, I’m crying. I’m crying because the person I’ve needed most in the world is finally, finally here when I need him most, and I begin to think it might be ok.

“Hey, Jase,” I whisper back. He sobs out a breath and I lean back. “Where ya been?” I say lightly, but it’s the one question that means more to me than anything else.

“Everywhere and nowhere I should’ve been.” He sighs and pulls back. “Come on, let’s go inside.”










K.M. "Kelsie" Galvin grew up in the South with Yankee parents, which made for a very confusing accent. She loves music, books, blogging, Game of Thrones and coffee.


















*Release Day Launch* Time Stood Still (Volkov Bratva #3.5) + #Giveaway by London Miller + #Giveaway @LMAuthor @IndieSagePromo




Time Stood Still


Publication Date: November 4, 2014

Also in this series: In The Beginning







Can a love born of violence stand the test of time?

Despite a less than ideal start to their marriage, Mishca and Lauren are finally in a place where they do not have to look over their shoulders at every turn. Now that they are in a secure place, it's time for them to have the one thing Mishca had promised her before they took their vows.

A honeymoon...

Traveling to the sandy beaches of Sardinia, Italy, the couple will explore what brought them together in the first place, instead of the life that constantly threatens to tear them apart.

But as the newly appointed Boss of the Volkov Bratva, is it too late for Mishca to have an even remotely normal life... and is Lauren ready to face another challenge that neither of them saw coming...











Also in the Volkov Bratva series...







With a degree in Creative Writing, London Miller has turned pen to paper, creating riveting fictional worlds where the bad guys are sometimes the good guys. Her debut novel, In the Beginning, is the first in the Volkov Bratva Series.

She currently resides in southern Georgia where she drinks far too much soda, and spends her nights writing.

















*Release Day Blitz* This Sweet Escape by J. Evans @JessieDEvans @InkSlingerPR




If you love sexy NA romance, you have got to get your hands on THIS SWEET ESCAPE by Jessie Evans writing as J. Evans, which releases today!



This Sweet Escape
by J. Evans





A dark, sexy, emotionally charged romance series by NYT and USA Today Bestselling author Jessie Evans writing as J. Evans


Can you run far enough, fast enough, to escape a broken heart?

Samantha

For six months I’ve hidden my shameful secret behind my “good girl” image. Perfect grades, perfect smile, perfectly fractured family, with a stepbrother who swears he loves me, and a stepmom who buys me designer clothes—even a perfect boyfriend. I’m the only one who knows that Danny’s life has been anything but picture perfect. He’s always trusted me with his truth; I only want to escape mine. But now I know that’s impossible, and I have to get out before it’s too late. Reality has let me down for the last time. From here on out, I’m making my own reality, and taking Danny with me.


Danny

Since we were kids, I’ve known Sam and I were meant to be. Her smile is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen, and her laughter is a mystery I want to spend the rest of my life solving. No one believed we would last for the long haul, but I never doubted it. Not until this summer, when Sam meets me at the airport, and says it’s time for a great adventure. As we hop a plane to New Zealand, I want to believe we’re just getting an early start on the world travel we’ve been planning, but deep down, I know something’s wrong. Sam is running from something bad, and the bad things always catch up with you, sooner or later.

And when they do, they have a habit of tearing people who love each other apart.


Please note: The reading order for The Wild Rush series is One Wild Night, followed by This Wicked Rush, One Perfect Love, This Sweet Escape, and One Beautiful Revenge. The first three tell Gabe and Caitlin’s complete love story. The next two books tell Danny and Sam’s story and will release Fall 2014

WARNING: The Wild Rush series contains graphic sensuality, unconventional morality, and good people forced into making bad choices. Read at your own risk.











New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Jessie Evans, gave up a career as an international woman of mystery to write the sexy, contemporary Southern romances she loves to read.

She's married to the man of her dreams, and together they're raising a few adorable, mischievous children in a cottage in the jungle. She grew up in rural Arkansas, spending summers running wild, being chewed by chiggers, and now appreciates her home in a chigger-free part of the world even more.

When she's not writing, Jessie enjoys playing her dulcimer (badly), sewing the worlds ugliest quilts to give to her friends, going for bike rides with her house full of boys, and drifting in and out on the waves, feeling thankful for sun, surf, and lovely people to share them with.