Review Tour Dates: September 10th - September 14th
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Series: Let Me In SeriesAuthor: Jessica MarinGenre: Contemporary Romance
Book 1: Title: Heartbreak Warfare
A business trip to Vegas offers Jenna a sexy one-week stand, in this strong debut novel from Jessica Marin.
The last thing Jenna Pruitt has time for is sinfully gorgeous movie star, Cal Harrington. Meeting him in first class should have ended there on the plane, but after a failed marriage, she finds herself drawn in to his desire for her. Needing a little fun in life, she can’t help but agree to spend the week with him.
No strings, no expectations. Just one sexy week in Vegas, and Jenna can put him, and their time together, behind her. She doesn’t want the life that Cal comes with, but the further into the week they get, the more her heart and mind battle.
When he burns her with his kisses, her heart wants him. But at the same time, her brain knows Cal has nothing but ‘heartbreak’ written all over his well-defined body.
One thing is certain. Jenna’s about to lose herself to heartbreak warfare.
Book: 2 Title: Perfectly Lonely
I’ve loved and lost. Now I lose myself in mindless sex, drinking and work, anything to pass thetime and fill the void that I feel. Another drink, another guy...until Chase Wilson. He’s not what Iexpect, turns out he’s also not who I thought. Then again, neither am I.
Some might call what I’m doing destructive, I call it survival. When finally putting myself outthere backfires, I vow not to let it happen again. I know what my body wants, but it’s not what myheart needs and it’s about time I learn the difference.
As life around me moves on, I realize life is worth living and that I’m worth loving. But old habitsdie hard as I struggle to understand Chase’s motives for trying to save me from myself.
One thing is clear. For the first time, I’m done being perfectly lonely.