Make You Burn by Megan Crane is a bad boy biker book that sizzles and is smoking hot! The Deacons of Bourbon Street are a force to be reckoned with, or at least were in it’s day.
When a trusted leader is involved in a motorcycle accident, questions arise and members are reunited. What will happen when secrets are revealed and discoveries are made?
For Sean and Sophie a reunion is anything but sweet and simple. Will she finally find out what drove him away all those years ago?
An intense and steamy series comprised of four books by four different authors. All authors have other books in their backlist so if you find yourself wanting more don’t worry there’s a lot more from these ladies to choose from.
I received this ARC for a fair and honest review from the publisher.
USA Today bestselling, RITA-nominated, and critically-acclaimed author Megan Crane has written more than fifty books since her debut in 2004. She has been published by a variety of publishers, including each of New York’s Big Five. She’s won fans with her women’s fiction, chick lit, and work-for-hire young adult novels as well as with the Harlequin Presents she writes as Caitlin Crews. These days her focus is on contemporary romance from small town to international glamor, cowboys to bikers, and beyond. She sometimes teaches creative writing classes both online at mediabistro.com and at UCLA Extension’s prestigious Writers’ Program, where she finally utilizes the MA and PhD in English Literature she received from the University of York in York, England. She currently lives on the glorious west coast with a husband who draws comics and animation storyboards and their menagerie of ridiculous animals.
Check out her website at www.megancrane.com
A Million Miles Away by Lara Avery will tug at your heart as it forces you to question how far would you go for someone you loved? What would you do if you lost the one person you needed the most?
When Kelsey’s twin sister Michelle dies in a tragic accident her world spirals and nothing can ease the pain. Realizing that Michelle’s boyfriend doesn’t know, Kelsey attempts to locate him and relay the very sad news.
Sometimes, a little white lie isn’t such a bad thing that is until the line between truth and fiction becomes blurred. Would you handle it any differently? Could you do the things that Kelsey did to heal?
This Young Adult books is a great choice for those who want to discover someone like themselves, figuring out which direction to take, which path to start that journey. It’s emotional and heartbreaking to suffer a loss of a loved one. The way that Lara Avery handles this is touching and definitely will spark lots of conversations with young readers and fans of YA.
I received this ARC from the publisher for an honest and fair review.
Lara Avery is the author of Anything But Ordinary (Hyperion 2012), A Million Miles Away (Little, Brown 2015), and The Memory Book (Little, Brown 2016) as well as the Director of Community Events at Revolver. Her work has also appeared in Bennington College’s anthology plain china: Best Undergraduate Writing of 2009, The Onion AV Club, ARTNews, and Women In Clothes (Blue Rider Press 2014).
Born in Topeka, Kansas, Lara studied film, cultural studies, and creative writing at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. She now lives in Minneapolis where she is at work a fourth novel.
Lara likes painting the town gray with her Revolver crew, shooting hoops, and making playlists.
“A bug in amber” is a reference to Lara’s favorite novel, Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut. Her writing claims no likeness