Archive for February, 2015

Teaser Tuesday #4 – Stealing Rose!

More Caden & Rose for you…

Stealing Rose by Monica Murphy


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Busy Week!

So much is going on I can hardly stand it. First things first, PREMIERE is out today! I hope you grab it. So many wonderful authors are participating in this anthology. My story is loosely linked to the One Week Girlfriend series and features Ty, the jerky football player Drew almost beat up in Second Chance Boyfriend.

From Romance Writers oPremiere_400x600f America® comes a never-before-published collection of tales that showcases the breadth and complexity of the world’s most popular genre of fiction!

New York Times bestselling authors Cindy Gerard and Allison Brennan bring the thrills in their tales of romantic suspense.

New York Times bestselling authors Sabrina Jeffries and Courtney Milan take you on a trip back in time with lush stories of historical romance.

New York Times bestselling authors Vicki Lewis Thompson and Joan Johnston show the wonder of contemporary romance, while New York Times bestselling authors Monica Murphy and Laura Kaye’s New Adult romances delve into the evolving Millennial perspective.

And editor and #1 New York Times bestselling author Sylvia Day’s tale of angels and sizzling desire takes readers to the edge with paranormal romance.

From the first love of Young Adult romance to tales of second chances, LGBT romance to the realms of the supernatural, contemporary to historical, suspense to inspirational, the genre of romance has a story for every reader and this blockbuster inaugural collection from Romance Writers of America showcases it all!

Plus tales from: Lila Bell, T. L Costa, Diane Kelly, Amber Lin, Katy Regnery, Erica Ridley, Regina Scott, Harper St. George & Lex Valentine

Available at: Amazon | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | iBooks | B&N | Kobo | All Romance eBooks

Second up….it’s my birthday week! And I always celebrate by giving away prizes to YOU. So please make sure you’re following me at all social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tsu)because I’m giving away some awesome prizes all week long!



And finally, it’s Romance Week over at Goodreads! I’ll be answering questions, reviewing some of my all time favorite romances…I love romance and I’m so thrilled to be participating in this fun event! Are we friends on Goodreads? Here’s a link to my profile if you’d like to follow or friend me!

January Reads

I’m starting a new thing because I read books and I want to talk about them and say how wonderful they are and…I never do it. So this year I’m going to try and do something different. A recap of the previous month’s reads. Let me know what you read in the comments – maybe we read the same thing? Maybe not? Or you can turn me on to something awesome and vice versa? Yeah, this is going to be fun…

Here’s my reading list for January:

My True Love Gave to Me by various authors:  Fine, I really read this at the end of December but it was so good I had to mention it. Every single one of these stories (they all have a holiday theme) I thoroughly enjoyed. Amazing lineup of YA authors. Some I’ve read before and some I just discovered but went out and bought their books (hello Matt de la Pena I think I love you!).

The Girl on the Train  by Paula Hawkins:  This book was amazing and met the hype. I must confess – I didn’t necessarily like any of the characters in this book. Poor Rachel was a hot mess (and the epitome of the unreliable narrator – she couldn’t even rely on herself!) and they all managed to do not nice things. But it felt real because, hey. We’re not always nice and perfect and do the right thing. Highly recommend. I devoured it.

All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven: *sobs* Oh. My. God. Finch! I adored him. And Violet too. This is a wonderful, touching, sad (you will cry unless you’re a heartless monster) young adult story. Jennifer Niven puts it all out there and while yes, I cried, I also laughed. Finch is hilarious. But his situation is so tough, so heart wrenching. Mental illness is no joke people. I wish we had more books like this.

Dirty Rush by Taylor Bell: Okay, this book was just what I needed after crying over Finch (see above). It is a hilarious glimpse into sorority life at college. Claims to be based on a true story though I don’t know. It reads like a satire and I enjoyed it, it made me laugh.

Falling Away by Penelope Douglas: Eeep Jax! He’s so sexy and so heartbreaking, all at once! Enjoyed this book. A lot.

And that’s it…yikes. I didn’t read much this month. Hopefully I’ll rectify that in February!