Today I have an extract from Along Came A Soldier, courtesy of Brenda Davies and Rachel’s Random Resources.
But first, here’s what the book is about…
In the spotlight today is newly released Physiology of Love, a contemporary romance.
About the Book
Dr. Hardik Kashyap is looking forward to a new job and to deepen his friendship with lovely Dr. Aashita when he joins as HOD in Physiology at Central Medical Institute. Unfortunately, his expectations smash to bits. His start at his new post is far from amiable, and as for Dr. Aashita, she sends a shower of angry sparks his way at every meeting.
He is willing to keep things at the friendship level, but it seems nothing works with her.
As a physiologist, he’s well versed in the regulations of the body functions and the working of the mind, but he just can’t seem to get a handle on the physiology of love.
Today I have an extract from Trust in You as part of the blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
‘Why not?’ he asks me nosily, shifting to give me his full attention. ‘Have you never—’
‘Can we change the subject?’ I ask a little too brightly, cutting him off.
‘Sure.’ He grins. Oh God, how much more embarrassing can this get? ‘You know, a lot of guys find that a real turn on,’ Dan says smoothly, watching me astutely. I almost choke on my beer. Ok, I was wrong before, it could get more embarrassing.
‘I don’t know what you mean,’ I mutter, trying to cut the conversation dead.
Today I have an extract and giveaway as part of the blog tour for Surviving Me, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
This is the prologue from Surviving Me, a debut novel about two men whose minds become unfit for purpose for very different reasons. The main character is Tom Cleary but this exert is written by his wife. She is a radio presenter for BBC Sussex.
Marilyn is tapping on the glass, beckoning me to come out. My eyes meet hers through the transparent partition.
I shake my head and mouth, ‘Not now.’ She’s not the bright- est button in the box. She continues to gesture, beckoning and wobbling.
Today I have an extract from Emily Gallo’s recent release, The Last Resort. First of all, here’s what the book is about…
An old sixties musician and his trim mama run a pot farm in the Emerald Triangle of northern California and welcome an exonerated ex-con, a Las Vegas prostitute, a union organizer from the Bronx, an escapee of a sex slave cult, a retired carney with Parkinson’s Disease, and an old Mississippi blues guitarist down on his luck. Together they create a last resort, a modern version of home and family.