#Preorder ★★★ I think I love you ★★★ by Iris Blobel #MFRWAuthor #newrelease

I THINK I LOVE YOU by Iris Blobel


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★★★ SYNOPSIS ★★★

Markus DeLeon and Sarah Winter’s lives couldn’t be more different… 

After three years away as the goalkeeper for an English soccer club, Markus has been happy to be back in Australia. He’d missed his family and friends, including Sarah. He’s known her since childhood, and often protected her from the teasing of other children and the troubling consequences of a broken home. 

When they attend their friends’ wedding, a new light is cast on their friendship… 

Sarah is fresh out of a bad relationship, and Markus has always been the one she can confide in. Maybe it’s the magic of the wedding—or how stunning he looks in a tux—but the attraction between them intensifies in ways they’d never imagined. 

But sometimes when risking what you have, you might lose everything… 

Following a passionate encounter, Markus isn’t sure how to handle this new aspect of his relationship with Sarah, and literally flees the scene for the coast. Sarah is unsure how to react to his sudden departure, but is soon knocked off course by misunderstandings and a frightening family emergency. 

Markus realises his mistake and wants to make things right, but he also faces obstacles. He’s been offered an exciting new job, and an attractive newcomer to the neighbourhood is eager to claim his attention, though the last thing Markus needs is another confusing relationship. 

Can Sarah and Markus face the fear and doubt—and the potential loss of their lifelong friendship—to give their love a chance?

Book 1: LOVE WILL FIND YOU: http://amzn.to/1f5Eqq7 - Currently FREE!
Book 2: LET ME LOVE YOU: http://amzn.to/1GRPZbc

Iris Blobel was born and raised in Germany and only immigrated to Australia in the late 1990s. Having had the travel bug most of her life, Iris spent quite some time living in Scotland, London as well as Canada where she her husband. Her love for putting her stories onto paper has only emerged recently, but now her laptop is a constant companion.

Iris resides west of Melbourne with her husband and her two beautiful daughters.

Next to her job at a private school, she also presents a German Program at the local Community Radio.

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May I introduce: Tess Woods "Love At First Flight"

What would you risk to be with the love of your life? A family is threatened by an irresistible attraction in this compelling debut that will appeal to fans of Liane Moriarty and Anita Shreve. 
 Looking back on it now, I can see it was instant. The second we locked eyes. Boom. Just like that. The me I had spent a lifetime perfecting began its disintegration from that moment. And despite the carnage it brought to all our lives, I still don’t regret it.

What would you risk to be with the love of your life? And what if your soul mate is the one who will destroy you?

Mel is living the dream. She’s a successful GP, married to a charming anaesthetist and raising a beautiful family in their plush home in Perth. But when she boards a flight to Melbourne, she meets Matt and her picture perfect Stepford life unravels as she falls in love for the first time ever.

What begins as a flirty conversation between strangers quickly develops into a hot and obsessive affair with disastrous consequences neither Mel nor Matt could have ever seen coming. Mel’s dream life turns into her worst nightmare.

Love at First Flight will take everything you believe about what true love is and spin it on its head.
Why did you chose to write this love story?
 I've always been inspired by the tragic love story, the story of great love that just can't be. My favourite book 'The Bridges of Madison County' stayed with me years after reading it and played on my mind. Then I read 'Twilight' and out of nowhere I had to write my own book. Before this I had never entertained the idea of writing. But the longing in 'Twilight' and the knowing that the one you love is the one that is dangerous for you resonated with me and I just had to write about that. So with the themes of desire and danger, I wrote a book about a married mother, because I wanted to write of what I know. I wanted to bring the great love story into the world of the typical suburban mum who is chasing after kids, working and running a home. I wanted her to have that Romeo and Juliet moment. So I wrote 'Love at First Flight'.


Tess Woods- Author Bio.
Tess Woods is a health professional who lives in Perth, Australia with one husband, two children, one dog and one cat who rules over all of them. Love at First Flight is her first novel. When she isn't working or being a personal assistant to her kids, Tess enjoys reading and all kinds of grannyish pleasures like knitting, baking, drinking tea, watching Downton Abbey and tending to the veggie patch.

Get hooked on "New Beginnings" 01/07/15 #MFRWHook #romance #99cents

 Happy "Book Hook" Day
Let's have some "New Beginnings"

"New Beginnings" is set in Australia, in the wonderful State Tasmania.    


I hope you get hooked by this Snippet

Twenty-two-year-old Sophie Levesque has been guardian to eight-year-old sister Mia since their mother's death a few years ago. Luck comes their way when they inherit a small house in Hobart. Problem is though, they don't know or have never heard of Clara Bellinger, the testator, and Sophie is afraid it's all been a mistake.
As Mia settles well into her new school and life in general, Sophie is not only occupied by her search of what connected her to Clara, but also her new studies and the two men, who suddenly have become part of her daily life - Mark O'Connor, the lawyer representing Clara's estate, and Zach, the hunk from across the road.
Today's hook :-)

“You’re Mia’s guardian?”

"Yes,” she replied and gently placed a kiss on her sister’s forehead.
He nodded, and by the way he stared ahead, Sophie knew he was pondering her answers.
“I'm Mark.”
“Pardon me?”
Through the mirror, she saw his eyes focused on them. “My name is Mark. Nobody actually calls me Mr. O’Connor. It feels like my dad is around when I hear that term.”
A smile twitched at the corner of Sophie’s mouth, but she remained silent.
“Ever been to Hobart?”
She shook her head.
Mark concentrated on the traffic again. He did a couple of turns, and Sophie’s excitement grew stronger. Deep down inside she hoped for the house to be close by. It was a beautiful area. So much green around. So many beautiful and colourful gardens. With a pounding heart, she was glued to the window, her palms moist with sweat.
And then he stopped in front of number sixty-four.

only 99cents
4 Stars:
An interesting introduction to these two sisters. Their relationship is gorgeous, and they care for each other fiercely. Set in Southern Tasmania, what a wonderful place to start a whole new life and find out just how your life got to be the way it was and begin to heal. I enjoyed the story and the setting very much.
4 Stars:
This was a very enjoyable read and it left me wanting just a little bit more. I highly recommend it.
4 Stars:
Sophie and Mark are an irresistible match from the beginning. While getting closer and connected to them individually as the story progressed, I couldn't help but want them to be together. This author has a way of endearing her characters and it is easy to fall in love with them. An intriguing story with emotion, love and hope. A very enjoyable read! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Tuesday Tales - STIFF - Where #Authors #Write to a #prompt ~ #romance #TeaserTuesday

Welcome to Tuesday ... Welcome to Tuesday Tales ...

I'm back with Ethan's story. A quick re-cap: Addison's house was broken in, Ethan worries about here being on her own over night and grabs his swag and stays overnight.
Today's prompt is: STIFF

Enjoy - and feel free to leave a comment. And don't forget to click the link below to go back to the main Tuesday Tale site for more stories by very talented authors.


He didn't hesitate and pulled her into a hug. “Ssh,” he whispered as he ran his hand up and down her back, whispering soothing words into her ear. When her breathing calmed, he leaned back to look at her. With a sob, she nodded towards the window, and he followed her gaze.

“What the fuck?”

He let go of her and stepped closer to the window. It was covered with red smears on the outside. Taking in the backyard, the little garden shed, the vegie patch, the washing line, he finally found the owner of the red colour - a dead possum. Probably stiff like a wooden board by now.


When he heard her moving closer, he quickly turned and held up his hand, “Don't!”

She stopped instantly, her eyes widening most probably sensing the urgency in his voice.

He didn’t want to leave the kitchen with her alone in here, so he said, “I need the phone, Addison. Mine’s in with my stuff.” But as the words were spoken, he also reasoned that the phone call to the police should be coming from her phone.

There was another sob as she got the phone from the hall, “What is it?” she asked hesitantly, her voice near breaking point. “Who would do something like that?”

He walked over to her as he said, “I don't know. Obviously a sick person.” Shaking his head, he added, “I can’t believe I didn’t hear anything.”

She placed her hand on his chest, “Don't. Don't blame yourself. I really appreciate you being here.”

As soon as he felt her hand on his naked chest, heat rushed through him and pooled in his groin. He needed to sit down to hide the obvious. And he felt like such an ass for it.

Moving her hand, he said, “I’ll give Matthew a call while getting dressed.”

The way she wrapped her arms around herself as she gazed at the window told him, she wasn't comfortable. “Who’s Matthew?”

“Matthew Clark, the police officer from yesterday.”

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Snippet Sunday - FRESH BEGINNINGS 28/06/2015 #romance #Mustread #Route66

We continue with Fresh Beginnings, Jared's story as he travels through five states
 in the US in a Motorhome. I used our itinerary from our US travels two years ago
 and wrote a romance story around in.
Jared has just arrived in the US.


Ivy Bennett stormed into the back of the trailer. She'd had enough. More than enough. For the last five years, she'd lived in this small, forsaken place outside Las Vegas, surviving on the edge of existence. Her job as a waitress at the local bar paid well, but it was hard-earned money, and she was sick of her boyfriend drinking away almost every penny.
"What are you doing, Ivy?"
Her eyes narrowed furiously. "I'm leaving Dylan. I need more than this." She waved her hand in a circle around the inside of the trailer. "I deserve more than this," she added with emphasis.
"Honey," Dylan said gently as he reached out for her. "Let's talk about this." With a hardly noticeable move, he chucked the can of beer in the bin. "I'm having a bit of a low, but I need you to get through this."

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May I introduce: Kayelle Allen "Tarthian Empire Companion" #MFRWAuthor @kayelleallen

What a pleasure to have Kayelle Allen as my guest this week.
Tarthian Empire Companion, an illustrated World-Building Bible and Guide to Writing a Science Fiction Series
Revealing the worldbuilding magic that makes Kayelle Allen's Tarthian Empire tick, the Companion shares 10k years of future history, offers peeks at scene and character creation, lays out a quick tour of the empire, and dishes up a surfeit of secrets for fans, all in one illustrated volume. Includes tips for writers, and how to create a Science Fiction series. Original art by Jamin Allen and Kayelle Allen.
Kayelle Allen is a best-selling, multi-published, award-winning author. Her unstoppable heroes and heroines include contemporary every day folk, role-playing immortal gamers, futuristic covert agents, and warriors who purr.
Author Links:
Unstoppable Heroes Blog http://kayelleallen.com/blog
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Available March 16, 2015
As an author of any genre, you build worlds. You create a setting for characters and make it realistic for them. Whether you write Regency, Medieval Fantasy, Futuristic, or pure Science Fiction, you build worlds. While I don't claim to be an authority on the subject, as a reader and as a writer I have strong opinions, and I'm willing to share them. I'll also share tips on how I created my worlds and make recommendations for you to create yours. I hope they'll prove helpful.
The number one suggestion I have for you is to be organized. If you don't take time to do this, you risk mistakes, repeating details, losing information, and contradicting your own story. If you give a character a scar over his left eye, and later it migrates to over the right eye, you might miss that. But will your readers? If an event occurred prior to the great war of (fill in the blank), but you mention later it happened twenty years after the war... will your readers notice? Too many of these things and readers give up on finishing the book. The best way to make sure you keep details straight is to record every detail of your story world and its characters.
How do you record those kinds of details and keep them straight? That's what this book is all about.
From the Tarthian Empire Companion, an illustrated World-Building Bible and Guide to Writing a Science Fiction Series by Kayelle Allen.