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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Crossing the Line (A Battered Hearts, #3) by Kele Moon (Spotlight/Giveaway)

Happy Sunday, Folks! I hope that everyone is enjoying their weekend! Today we would like to share with you an upcoming release from Kele Moon - Crossing The Line!



Title: Crossing the Line
Series: Battered Hearts, #3
Author: Kele Moon
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 12, 2013
Tour Organized by: As the Pages Turn
Buy links coming 11/12
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Book Blurb:
Wyatt Conner is a hard man. A sixth generation sheriff in his hometown of Garnet. A former MMA fighter. His life is about following the rules and making sure everyone else in Garnet follows them too.
Before life hurt him, Wyatt was different. Love had once blinded him to his upbringing and made him defiant against anyone who tried to separate him from the girl he loved. He easily broke laws to ensure her safety.
When she left it destroyed him.
Now she's back.
Tabitha knew coming home was a mistake, but family obligation demanded it. She wasn’t expecting to run smack into the love of her life the same day she returned.
Despite the danger, Tabitha is powerless against the wild rush of desire that explodes between them the moment she finds herself in Wyatt’s arms again. She needs a second chance too, but she can't risk Wyatt finally discovering the real reason she left.
Even for another taste of true love.
Tabitha knows her haunted past will destroy both of them if Wyatt finds out. What she suffered through was too terrible and it's the one thing that will have him crossing the line for revenge.

Excerpt (18 year old Wyatt and Tabitha) 
*****
“Let’s talk ’bout you and me instead. Are you going to prom with me?”
“No.”
“Maybe I need to convince you.” Wyatt leaned down and buried his face in the curve of her neck. His breath was warm, his voice husky. “’Cause I wanna take my girl to one dance before school’s done forever.”
His tongue darted out, licking at the tender skin behind her ear. The rush had Tabitha closing her eyes. She sagged against the door, but he held her there, his strong arms wrapping around her as he pressed, soft reverent kisses against her neck.
“Oh God.” She moaned, knowing he heard the defeat in her voice because he pushed in closer, forcing his powerful body tighter against hers. She threaded her fingers into his hair and held his head there. “Wy.”
“Tell me you’ll go to prom.”
She used her hold on his hair to tug him back instead; then she stood on her toes and tilted her head back in an offer he took. She gasped against his lips when he kissed her, hard and possessive, forcing her to part to him when his tongue pushed into her mouth. The pleasure felt like liquid fire that slipped into her veins like a drug.
She never understood her mother’s constant need for the next drink until Wyatt kissed her for the first time on the side of road at the start of ninth grade. Since then she’d been chasing the white dragon every chance she had, regardless of common sense that told her she was falling farther down a black hole that would ruin both of them when they hit bottom.
Her mother had Jack Daniels.
Her brother had drugs.
Tabitha had Wyatt Conner.



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Author Bio:
A freckle faced, redhead born and raised in Hawaii, Kele Moon has always been a bit of a sore thumb and has come to enjoy the novelty of it. She thrives off pushing the envelope and finding ways to make the impossible work in her story telling. With a mad passion for romance, she adores the art of falling in love. The only rules she believes in is that, in love there are no rules and true love knows no bounds.
So obsessed is she with the beauty of romance and the novelty of creating it she’s lost in her own wonder world most of the time. Thankfully she married her own dark, handsome, brooding hero who had infinite patience for her airy ways and attempts to keep her grounded. When she leaves her keys in the refrigerator or her cell phone in the oven he’s usually there to save her from herself. The two of them now reside in Florida with their three beautiful children who make their lives both fun and challenging in equal parts–They wouldn’t have it any other way.
Author Contact Info:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kele-Moon/444723672305590
GoodReads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4340854.Kele_Moon
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Kele_Moon
Website: http://www.kelemoon.com/


Tour wide giveaway:
Kele is offering up (1) $25 GC (Amazon or B&N winner's choice or (3) eBooks from her backlist (winner's choice) for grabs. Giveaway ends at 11:59 PM CST 11/18/2013.

10 comments:

Swordlily said...

I do believe in second chances, I've given a second chance yo one person I really loved - it was worth it :)

I don't remember,however, reading books about this :)
Karina V

Marissa A said...

For me, it depends on the person and the situation on why we broke up, so I'm fifty fifty on second chances I guess. And I liked Thoughtless by S.C. Stephens as a second chance at love.

Sebella Blue said...

I think second chances can work if the break up didn't involve cheating. That is my big deal breaker.

Sophia Rose said...

Second chance romance are one of my favorite types of stories.

I was interested in Garret's story right from the point he appeared in the first story.

Arely ZPerez said...

I think everybody deserves a second chance. If a person constantly takes advantage of chances, that's another thing completely -- but a second chance story is a good one :)

Renald said...

Yes , give it a second chance, or you'll always wonder about it. What if? Deb P

JenM said...

I like second chance romances if it's made clear that the couple have really learned from their mistakes. If not, then they won't be any better together the second time around.

Natasha D said...

I do like second chance romances. I think it could work out if they really want it to sometime.
Thanks for the chance to win!

Kele Moon said...

Thank you!! I really appreciate you being part of the tour!!

felicia sidoma said...

I kind of believe in second chances. I thing it depends on the two people and if they really want and work on it I do not see why there could not be second chances for some people. I know that I have read second book but at this time and can't think of the names.