Friday, July 31, 2015

Out of Time by Beth Flynn Blog Tour

They thought with his execution it would all be over.
They were wrong.

The leader of one of South Florida’s most notorious and brutal motorcycle gangs has been put to death by lethal injection. Days later, his family and friends should have been picking up the pieces, moving on. Instead, they’ve been catapulted into a world so twisted and dangerous even the most ruthless among them would be stunned to discover the tangled web of deception, not only on the dangerous streets of South Florida but all the way to the top.

In this gripping follow-up novel to Nine Minutes, Out of Time takes readers from the sun-drenched flatlands of 1950s Central Florida to the vivid tropical heat of Fort Lauderdale to the halls of Florida’s Death Row as we finally learn the gritty backstory of Jason “Grizz” Talbot, the terrifying leader of Satan’s Army motorcycle gang, and the secret he spent his life trying to conceal.

Not even Grizz’s inner circle knows his full story—the tragedy that enveloped his early life, the surprise discovery that made him the government’s most wanted and most feared, and the depths of his love for Ginny, the tenderhearted innocent he’d once abducted and later made his wife.

Once Grizz’s obsession and now the mother of his child, Ginny has spent years grieving the man she’d first resisted and then came to love. Now remarried to Tommy, a former member of the gang, the pair have spent more than a decade trying desperately to live a normal existence far from the violent, crime-ridden world they’d once carved out on the edge of the Florida Everglades. For Tommy, especially, the stakes are high. Desperately in love with Ginny for years, he’s finally living his dream: married to the woman he never thought he could have. But even with the façade of normalcy—thriving careers, two beautiful children, and a genuinely happy and loving marriage—they can’t seem to put the past behind them. Every time they turn around, another secret is revealed, unraveling the very bonds that hold them together.

And with Grizz finally put to death, now Ginny has learned secrets so dark, so evil she’s not even sure she can go on.

Will these secrets tear their love to pieces? And how far will Grizz go to protect what he still considers his, even from beyond the grave?


Out of Time is book two in a series. It is not a standalone novel. I highly recommend that you read my first novel, Nine Minutes, to be able to understand the background stories of the main characters. There are many twists and turns in both stories that can best be connected if read consecutively.

Although I do answer all of the outstanding questions from Nine Minutes, there is more to this story, and some readers may consider it a cliffhanger. If you do not like cliffhangers, you may want to wait until the third novel is released in 2016.

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“Yes! There is something I want for my birthday. Something I really want! I’ve been thinking about our prom date last year.”

“You want another romantic night at Martin’s beach house?” He grinned, relieved. A night making love with Kit at the beach house. Ohhhhh yeahhhh.

“No. Not the beach house.” She was bouncing in her seat now. “I want you to take me out! Dancing. I want to go to a club and go dancing.”

His smile faded and he looked a little deflated. He wasn’t going to tell her his name. He wasn’t going to go to church with her. How could he tell her no to the third thing she’d asked for?

“Shit, baby. You have to know I’m not a dancer. I barely got by with the slow dancing in Martin’s gazebo.”

“I want to go dancing, Grizz. Please! The only time I ever get to dance is when I convince Axel to dance with me in number four. And you know that’s barely ever. He won’t do it if there are a lot of people at the motel. He doesn’t want to risk being seen.”

Grizz had to smile at this. He’d walked in more than once on Axel and Kit dancing to one of those groups that Kit loved. If you asked him, those guys’ voices sounded like someone had their balls in a vice. A high-pitched squeal is all he ever heard and he never stayed around long enough to listen to an entire song.

“Why do you dance to a song about a bald-headed woman?” He’d asked her once.

Axel and Kit had stopped and peered at him strangely. “What do you mean by bald headed woman?” Kit had asked as Grizz turned the stereo down.

“These guys, who sound like women, are singing about a bald-headed woman,” Grizz replied.

She’d started laughing. “The Bee Gees are saying ‘more than a woman,’ Grizz. Not bald-headed woman! The song is called More Than a Woman and I happen to love it.”

“Whatever it’s called, it still sucks. I’m outta here.”

Grizz appreciated that Axel danced with his wife. And yes, he knew Axel’s other secret, too. He honestly didn’t care. He didn’t care what any guy decided to do with his dick as long as it was never near his wife. But he also knew he had to keep Axel’s secret. As leader, he had final say as to who could be in the gang. Still, he knew not everyone would be tolerant of Axel’s lifestyle. It was just easier to let it stay a secret. And besides, he was certain nobody suspected a thing.

“I don’t dance, Kit.” Grizz said now, shaking his head.

“But I want to go dancing for my birthday.” She folded her arms and gave him an accusing look. “You asked!”

He shook his head slightly and looked at her. “Can’t I just buy you another car?”

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I have to admit this was a phenomenal book, but trying to write this review is beyond difficult!
Nine Minutes was a story that completely took me by surprise, it was written in a relatively linear manner and I found myself "falling" into the story and I couldn't get it out of my head.

Out of Time picks up right where Nine Minutes ended, this in NOT written in a linear manner. Moments are in the present, then we go back to the 70s – also worthy of mention is the alternate point of view.
I cannot say ANYTHING about the story, as I won't spoil it for anyone...but questions are answered, deceptions are uncovered, more questions are posed, while some ends are tied.

I will say that my heart hurts for Ginny, I grieve Grizz, and I have a special place in my heart for Grunt – always. Beth Flynn has created an amazing story, fantastic characters, and she has made me feel so many emotions I just can't stop thinking about it!

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Beth Flynn is a fiction writer who lives and works in Sapphire, North Carolina, deep within the southern Blue Ridge Mountains. Raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Beth and her husband, Jim, have spent the last 17 years in Sapphire, where they own a construction company. They have been married 31 years and have two daughters and two dogs. In her spare time, Beth enjoys writing, reading, gardening, church and motorcycles, especially taking rides on the back of her husband’s Harley. She is a five-year breast cancer survivor.

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Heart’s Chord by Charity Parkerson Blog Tour

Even though he already has more to do than there are hours in the day, Finn has no problem adding Austen to his life. The sexy former marine is the only good thing that’s happened to Finn in a long time.

For Austen, Finn is the perfect man. If he sees anything lacking in Austen, he never shows it. But falling in love with Finn changes everything for Austen. All the insecurities he’s faced since coming home from deployment confined to a wheelchair, come rushing back to the surface. No matter how hard he tries, he can’t let Finn in.

When Finn decides he’s had enough of not being enough, and his dreams come crashing down around him, he’s ready to walk away from everything for good. But he never counted on Austen’s reaction to losing him, or how far his Ugly Eternity family will go to make his dreams a reality.

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This is an Ugly Eternity bonus story. It can be read as a standalone.

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“You need some posters or a mural or something on the ceiling in here,” Finn mused aloud after a few minutes.

“Why’s that?”

Finn squinted at the offending blank ceiling, attempting to picture the perfect art as he answered. “Judging by your incredibly sexy body, you spend a lot of time in here. You need something to focus on. There’re some studies that suggest visual stimuli is directly linked to physical health.”

“What do you think of these studies?”

At the curiosity in Austen’s voice, Finn rolled onto his side and up onto his elbow. His gaze swept down Austen’s body, taking in every hardened line and scar. His cock lengthened as hunger rose inside him. This man was under his skin. There wasn’t one particular attribute he could point to in order to explain his insane desire to touch Austen, but it was there. When he met Austen’s stare, there was no way Finn could hide his desire. “I think a little visual stimulation has never hurt anyone.”

Austen’s mouth quirked in one corner at Finn’s claim. “The view in here is looking pretty damn good right now.”

Finn wanted to kiss him. His lips tingled with longing, but sometimes, Austen didn’t invite Finn’s touch. He didn’t know how to explain it. There were moments when Austen’s expression remained closed, shutting Finn out—times such as now. Tearing himself away from temptation, Finn settled down beside Austen once more, going back to staring into space. “I can’t hang around all day, but maybe I can figure out something else. Maybe there’s a book somewhere about images for every environment.”

He felt Austen tense beside him a split second before Austen’s mouth came down upon his—hard and hot. Surprise gave way to lust in an instant as Finn opened for him. Finn flattened his palms against the floor beside him to keep from reaching for Austen. His skin itched to be closer, but he didn’t want to ruin the moment, and it seemed like he always did somehow.

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This was a short and sweet book. Finn always thinks he isn’t doing enough or being enough for anyone. He works hard, has goals and dreams, and even though he doesn’t have much time he makes if for Austen. Austen is the hot former Marine in the wheelchair that he secretly looks at every day in the diner. Finding it hard to let Finn in, Austen still tries. These two are so sweet together, I just love them. This whole series is good but you don’t have to read any of the other books to enjoy this one. When Finn finally decides to throw the towel in because he can’t handle things he finds out just how much Austen loves him and how all his other friends are there for him too. Great read for a day at the beach but I did shed a tear or two at times since I felt each of the guys’ pain when the going got rough.

Characters: Well written and easy to relate to
Sex: Yes
Religious: No
Would I recommend to others: Yes
More than one book in the series: Yes
Genre: M/M Romance
Would I read more by this author: Yes

Heart's Chord is book five in the Ugly Eternity series. I did read books one and two but somehow missed three and four. I guess you can say I read as a standalone, then. It does have mention to past characters in the series but nothing completely plot driven that reading as a standalone would cause you to not understand.

I found I like Ms. Parkerson's style of writing, there is an easy flow to it. There were a few scenes that were very emotional which I loved. I think this was my first read that there was a MC in a wheelchair. Which made obstacles in the relationship, physical and emotional, which Ms. Parkerson wrote very well. You never forgot he was in the chair but it wasn't shoved in your face like a third main character.

It was a quick read that I wish was longer. It did was make me want to go back and pick up books three and four and see what I missed with these characters. I highly recommend this series for anyone that like rock books but it's not your typical band book, well worth the read!

I have enjoyed this series to date, and this is a welcome bonus! Although characters appear that we know, it is not essential that you have read them to enjoy this book – and if you haven't, you could go back and do so with great pleasure.

This is a sweet, emotional read, which builds beautifully and seduces the reader with its heat. It is not without its frustrating moments, but that adds to the intensity and also makes it more real. The sweetness does nothing to detract from the sexiness, nor the passion – in case you were wondering. Ms. Parkerson has the talent to write that in spades!

This series is in my feel good reread list – that is for sure.

While this is the first book that I have read from the Ugly Eternity series (and did so with no problem), it is not the first of Ms. Parkerson’s books that I’ve read. I enjoy the author’s writing style immensely and Heart’s Chord is no exception as she manages to pack a feel-good romance with some steamy sex scenes, the right amount of conflict and angst, perfectly broken characters who see the man inside rather than the mask they present the world, a bit of heartbreak, and an ending that insured that I will go back and read the rest of this series. Thankfully the story wasn’t as ominous as the blurb’s “he’s ready to walk away from everything for good” statement had me fearing it would be. (Sated was the last book of Ms. Parkerson’s I’ve had a chance to read, and if you read it you know what I mean).

I loved the way that Austen and Finn “met” especially when later in the book we find out why Austen finally initiated contact. The unrequited attraction of both of their parts and the outright openness of Finn makes the way their relationship progresses feel right rather than rushed. Because Heart’s Chord is a novella, the author did not play out every scene of their interactions. Yet via texts between the two and their inner musings, I was able to follow their developing relationship even as parts of it happened “off page.” The conflict and angst come into play when each man’s insecurities keeps him from talking to the other. While it could easily be chalked up to stereotypical male behavior to not talk about their feelings, their issues prove to be rather sensitive subjects and I could easily see why neither man would want to talk about it. Who wants to expose their string of failures to the man he’s falling in love with? Can’t blame Finn for keeping his fears to himself. Who wants to tell his could be lover that his injury has affected his sexual functioning? Yeah, I’m not sure that would be an easy conversation for anyone, let alone Austen when he regularly questions why Finn is attracted to him in the first place. I got it and I found myself empathizing with each man rather than getting frustrated with them. But my heart absolutely broke for both men when Austen’s insecurities pushed Finn away one time too many. Fortunately the author crafted the perfect ending for these two as Austen put his fierce determination to the task of getting back his man and making Finn’s world right again. Heart’s Chord was a great novella and I cannot wait to go back and read the other books in the series.

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Charity Parkerson is an award winning and multi-published author with Ellora's Cave Publishing, Indie Publishing House LLC, and Punk & Sissy Publications. Born with no filter from her brain to her mouth, she decided to take this odd quirk and insert it in her characters.

*2015 Passionate Plume Finalist for Paranormal Erotica
*Winner of 2, 2014 Readers' Favorite Awards
*2015 Golden Flogger BDSM Award Finalist
*2013 Readers' Favorite Award Winner
*2013 Reviewers' Choice Award Winner
*2012 ARRA Finalist for Favorite Paranormal Romance
*Five-time winner of The Mistress of the Darkpath

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Constant by Megan Slayer

He demands his submissive’s body and soul...but can he accept his sub’s heart?

Roddy Green never planned to fall in love and certainly not with his Dom, but every time he goes into Darkness, a fetish club, he falls for Vegas all over again. Being in love isn’t the same as being loved in return. Vegas is there to do a job—not to build a romance. But what if the main constant in Roddy’s life is the one person he can’t live without?

Andrew Vegas knows his job. He’s a Dom. But there is more than one side to him and he’s tired of keeping the other parts of him hidden. One man makes him feel safe and comfortable enough to open up—his pet, Roddy. But will Roddy, the producer of a local news broadcast, want to be with a man with secrets?

Reader Advisory: This book contains references to light knifeplay.

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Roddy Green lives a stressful life. His job working for a local television station is taking over his life. Roddy finds himself stressed to the point of breaking. He calls Darkness, his fetish club, asking for an appointment. Something about Master Vegas has always pulled at Roddy, not just as his Dom but as a man.

Andrew Vegas is living a double life, his life inside Darkness as a Master and his life outside the club working for a .... After two years of having a D/s play relationship with Roddy he wants more, inside and outside of the club.

Roddy has longed for the day he could be with Master Vegas but are either of them men ready for the impact it could have on their lives?

BDSM blurbs always have me jumping to read, especially an m/m. I enjoyed this one, there is of a sorta/kinda insta-love with the explanation of being play partners for two years, without much back story, so it comes off as insta-love. It was more of an all-in relationship. I wish there was more intense sex scenes within the club. I think with this kind of setting you need to make those scenes hot, sexy and intense anything less feels off. Overall, I liked the read and would look for more from this author.

When she's not writing the stories in her head, bestselling author, Megan Slayer can be found luxuriating in her hot tub with her two vampire Cabana boys, Luke and Jeremy. She has the tendency to run a tad too far with her muse, so she has to hide in the head of her alter ego, but the boys don't seem to mind.

When she’s not obsessing over her whip collection, she can be found picking up her kidlet from school. She enjoys writing in all genres, but writing about men in love suits her fancy best. The cabana boys are willing to serve, unless she needs them. She always need them.

So be nice to Javier or he will bite on command.

She also masquerades under the name Wendi Zwaduk.

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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Make Me Whole by R.C. Matthews

For Jake Hanson, it was the perfect solution to a deep darkness. The accident took more than the use of his legs; it took everything that made him feel like a man. He needs their ménage. It puts him on the path to healing. With Jessie and Chad, he can conquer anything…he thinks.

Jessica Hanson did it all for her husband, to make him feel whole again. She didn’t want a threesome. At least, that’s what she believed in the beginning. But when she realizes that she can’t imagine life without both her husband and his best friend by her side, she’ll question everything she thought completed her.

FBI agent Chad Wilson, couldn’t believe he agreed to his best friend’s proposal. There were too many things beyond his control that could go wrong. But when things go right, he is forced to admit to the best months of his life. Yet on the heels of his greatest joy comes his greatest fear. He’s endangered them all, and the clock is ticking.

They’ll push the boundaries and blur the lines, coming face to face with one of life’s hardest truths: Sometimes to become whole, you have to break.

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This is a really thought provoking and highly enjoyable read. It reminds us all that no judgments should be made until you stand (or sit) in someone's shoes. It is by turns hot, emotional, fun, soul searchingly deep, and dramatic. The pressures from outside the ménage build just as they do from the inside. The battering that the three take emotionally, mentally and to an extent physically rises to a crescendo, leaving the reader very much on the edge of their seat.

I loved it and really didn't want it to end. Thank you Ms. Matthews.

R.C. Matthews was raised in the Metro­Detroit area along with three sisters and a brother by deaf parents. Her father is a voracious reader and that gene lives on in all of his children. Now the reading gene is sprouting in her own two sons who love to read J.K. Rowling, Rick Riordan and may others. In fact, R.C. Matthews plans to try her hand at writing a teen fantasy fiction based on her son's favorite board game Talisman ... someday.

R.C. Matthews graduated from a liberal arts college with a B.A. in Accounting and German and continues to work as a certified public accountant. She lived for four years in Germany and she enjoys traveling with her family (loving husband, two sons and a stepson), reading, downhill skiing and playing board games with her family.

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Sex & Cocktails by Meredith Russell

Cocktails make a one-night stand seem like a good idea, but Daniel and Ty discover one night is harder to walk away from than they think.

Daniel Rawlings is happy with his nine-to-five life in Chicago. He has an office job, a mortgage and he’s about to turn thirty. He’s happy—or so he thinks. During the last night of a sun-filled vacation in Miami, he meets wild-haired, free-spirited Ty. With the help of some summery cocktails, Daniel and Ty embark on a passionate one-night stand, though neither man really wants it to be just one night.

The thousand miles between cities may make their relationship harder than either man could have imagined. When Ty visits Daniel in Chicago, they grow closer, and Daniel realizes the two of them could be so much more than just the sex and cocktails of Miami. As their time together draws to a close once again, Daniel and Ty have a decision to make. Is what they have when they're together worth the heartache of saying goodbye over and over again?

Publisher's Note: This book was previously published elsewhere. It has been revised and re-edited for release with Totally Bound Publishing.

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Daniel lives on the straight and narrow. He never takes risks. He works his nine to five job and thinks he's happy with his life. That is until he goes on vacation in Miami. He decides after a few cocktails that he needs to start living his life, not just existing in it. Whether it's the alcohol giving him a push or the sexy man sitting across from him, he makes a snap decision to live. It could be the best way to end a vacation or the hardest.

There is the insta-love factor but honestly with books this size there isn't a lot of time for buildup which is understandable. It was still a sexy fun read. I loved the chemistry between the two MCs.

This was my first read from the author and I definitely will check back for more sexy m/m reads.

Meredith Russell lives in the heart of England. An avid fan of many story genres, she enjoys nothing less than a happy ending. She believes in heroes and romance and strives to reflect this in her writing. Sharing her imagination and passion for stories and characters is a dream Meredith is excited to turn into reality.

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Rubble and the Wreckage by Rodd Clark

Gabriel Church knows you can’t take a life without first understanding just how feeble life is, how tentative and weak it stands alone. If you desire murder, you hold a life in your hand. Whether you release it to grant life or grip tighter to end it, it is at your command and discretion. Gabriel is a serial killer with a story he wants told.

Christian Maxwell studied abnormal psychology in college but chose instead to focus on a career in writing. His background comes in handy when he thinks of writing about a serial killer. He can’t think of anyone more qualified to write the story of Gabriel Lee Church, and do so in the murderer’s own words. It’s been done before, but never with a killer who has yet to be captured or convicted.

There was never anything more than a gentleman’s understanding between the two men that Christian would record Gabriel’s life story. The killer did not ask for his complicity in any crimes, nor did he ever ask for his silence. Christian’s interest in the man, though, is fast becoming something more than academic. When the writer and his subject become unexpected friends and then lovers, the question remains: What is Gabriel’s endgame . . . and why does he want his story told?

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This was a highly intelligent, intriguing read. I was immediately drawn to Gabriel Church, the serial killer being interviewed by a writer wishing to create an autobiography of Church's life as a serial killer.

The novel is written well, and the writer is highly intelligent. I had a difficult time with the narration, inner monologue, and description. Whether it be Gabriel or Christian, they both had nearly chapter-long narration without any dialogue. Once I was captured in Gabriel's tales of his past, as was Christian, whomever the narrator, they would note odd details of their surroundings that would draw me from the story. I felt myself skim-reading large portions. I felt quite guilty, as the words were written well. I just didn't know what it had to do with the meat of the story.

Basically, I was so intrigued with the past and Gabriel's current acts of evil, I wasn't too concerned with the present via Christian's point of view. That is on me, not a mark against the author – just my need for instant gratification.

Rubble and the Wreckage was an extremely original story. I was held rapt when Church was speaking, thinking back, or currently perpetrating his crimes.

Gabriel Church is a serial killer that has eluded capture. He is being interviewed by Christian Maxwell, who by his own research has decided that the string of murders are being done by one man. When they meet so Christian can get information from Gabriel something else happens, they become friends.

The blurb and the cover had me intrigued. I liked the premise, thought this could be a great dark suspenseful thriller. I have to say though, it didn't live up to the hype. It didn't become that dark suspenseful story I was looking for. The story got lost in the narrative. There is so much inner monologue. I need dialogue and there wasn't a whole lot of that between the characters. At times I did find myself skimming over sections, I'll admit I got bored. It was written well but it just wasn't for me.

Rodd currently resides in Dallas TX. He shares his life with numerous cats, dogs and his partner of many years. He has projects under his belt and is working on many others. Some of his works are There Is Always Another Boogey Man, Jesse, Justice Denied, Short Ride to Hell and the recently completed A Cache of Killers. The third book in the series is out and ready for reading and is titled No Place for the Wicked. His newest book Rubble and the Wreckage has JUST GONE LIVE and he hopes to have another by the end of the year.

Always penning the next work, Rodd likes to keep busy with writing and reading and of course his menagerie of critters.

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