“With Medley, Layla Reyne combines love, self-discovery, swimming, and the excitement of the Olympics in to one stellar event. I loved Jacob and Bas’s story.”
–Anna Zabo, author of Syncopation
Hour 0: Opening Meme
Accepting the Fall by Meg Harding
Publisher: Oceanside Press
Release Date (Print & Ebook): June 8, 2017
Refresh Tour dates: April 23 – 30, 2018
Length (Print & Ebook): 62k
Subgenre: Contemporary Romance
Buy link: http://amzn.to/2HrrgSX
Confronting the past is never easy.
Cole Whitaker is happy. He has the job and boyfriend he always wanted. His heart’s in no danger of being broken, and he can’t ask for more from life. As a kindergarten teacher, he sees it all; however, one troublesome student has him reaching out to the parent, wanting to help. There’s something about Savanah that tugs at his heartstrings.
He never expected her father.
Zander Brooks hasn’t had an easy life, and he’s made some mistakes. Freshly retired from the military and working as a firefighter, Zander thought he’d left Cole in the rearview mirror. He’s not expecting him to appear in St. Petersburg, Florida, of all places, teaching his daughter’s kindergarten class. Suddenly, his biggest mistake is being shoved in his face.
This is Zander’s chance to close a door he’d never fully shut, but time with his former flame might change his mind.
The spring Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon is tomorrow! It’s my favorite readathon, and it’s unique in that everyone starts at the exact same time, no matter where you’re located in the world. For me, it goes from 7am Saturday to 7am Sunday. Check out the full list of start times here. I shared my tips for 24 hour readathons in a separate blog post a couple years ago, so be sure to check that out too if you’re participating.
Last round, I didn’t stay up all night, but I usually do read for the entire 24 hours, and that’s my goal again this round. In fact, I usually don’t even go to sleep on Sunday morning after the readathon ends haha! Most of the time I just power through the day and have a really long sleep on Sunday night.
There are some fun new things happening this round, including a group scavenger hunt, and a goal to reach 1 million pages read!
It’s time for another Sunday Street Team! This week, I’m interviewing Adrienne Young about her debut book, Sky in the Deep, which releases on Tuesday.