April 11th, 2016

andrew potter

Blog Tour: Fistful of Love by Renee Cronin

Fistful of Love by Renee Cronin
Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: Renee Cronin (April 4, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1530464188
ISBN-13: 978-1530464180
Amazon: Fistful of Love
Amazon Kindle: Fistful of Love

Blurb: At the age of 23, social worker, Jeya Wellington was pretty much on her own. The devastating loss of her parents left her bereft and alone. Her best friend, Roman and his family have been like surrogates, but they could never replace what she lost. She needed a different connection. Shortly after losing her parents, she finds love and comfort in the arms of Rayne Watson, a correctional officer.
Rayne was exactly what she needed at the time, but now, two years later, Jeya wants out. She never expected love to come with bruises. She didn't anticipate losing friends and living in fear. This was not her idea of true love. With the support of Roman, Jeya finds a way to leave. But Rayne isn’t letting go that easily. They made a commitment to each, and she has the tattoo to prove it - ‘Til Death Do Us Part.
Torn between the love she has for Rayne and the instinct to protect herself, is Jeya’s will stronger than her vow?

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Meet the author: Renee Cronin is a self-professed devour of knowledge, and a voracious reader. She began writing in earnest in 2005, when the characters in her head became so loud she was forced to tell their stories, or risk getting swept away into the abyss of her imagination. Renee has since used writing as a personal outlet to express her feelings, ideas, views, thoughts, and opinions about the world and the issues that impact her on a deep personal and societal level. (And of course writing also quiets the voices in her head of the many characters that are yearning to have their stories told.) Renee’s inspiration to publish is in large part due to the overwhelming display of encouragement, and support from family and friends, who believe she has a gift with words that need to be shared with world. Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, she works in the social work field avidly advocating and supporting the varied needs of the people in her community. Renee is a bibliophile with a transcendent love for words. Her soul yearns for the acoustic stylings from a plethora of musical genres. As she continues on this journey of published author she hopes to keep her readers captivated and pining for more.

What hobbies do you have for when you’re not writing?
When I not writing, I am usually reading. When I allow myself to step out of the literary world, I love to dance. As an adult, I’ve danced with a dance company. I would not categorize myself as a professional, but I absolutely loved it when we performed. And today, while I am not dancing with a group of people, I still dance when I can. My dance shoes hang in my closet more often than not these days, but every once in a while, I take them down and go out and have fun.

Where to find the author:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/reneecronin78
Twitter: @reneecronin78
Website: www.renee-cronin.com
Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29505751-fistful-of-love



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2016 Rainbow Awards: The Boys of Summer by Sarah Madison (54-03-20-2016)

The Boys of Summer by Sarah Madison
Gay Contemporary Romance
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 2nd edition (December 21, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1634766717
ISBN-13: 978-1634766715
Amazon: The Boys of Summer
Amazon Kindle: The Boys of Summer

2nd Edition

David McIntyre has been enjoying the heck out of his current assignment: touring the Hawaiian Islands in search of the ideal shooting locations for a series of film-company projects. What’s not to like? Stunning scenery, great food, sunny beaches… and Rick Sutton, the hot, ex-Air Force pilot who is flying him around.

Everything changes when a tropical storm and engine failure force a crash landing on a deserted atoll with a WWII listening post. Rick’s injuries and a lack of food and water mean David has to step up to the plate and play hero. While his days are spent fighting for survival, and his nights are filled with worrying about Rick, the two men grow closer. David’s research for his next movie becomes intertwined with his worst fears, and events on the island result in a vivid dream about the Battle of Britain. On waking, David realizes Rick is more than just a pilot to him. The obstacles that prevented a happy ending in 1940 aren’t present today, and David vows that if they survive this stranding, he will tell Rick how he feels.

First Edition published by Createspace, 2013.

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