Monday, October 24, 2022

No Wrong Moves by Becca Seymour Release Blitz

Release Blitz. Becca Seymour’s No Wrong Moves.

Pining for your best friend sucks ass—and not the good kind of sucking. But I can’t back away, and I definitely can’t let go. Eddie Phelps is too damn important to me. He has my heart and soul. Well, he and his daughter, a ten-year-old who one day will run the world.

It’s not like I can even blame Eddie for mixed signals or anything. He’s done everything right. He always does. Honestly, that’s part of his problem.

But I won’t put pressure on him. That means it’s down to Eddie to see how freakin’ awesome a catch I am. I just have no idea how exactly I’ll get him to do that.

Sure, I’m a professional basketball player. But once upon a time, so was he. It’s going to take something huge to get him to see beyond my age *cough immaturity cough*. But since Eddie isn’t one for making wrong moves, I’m not sure a grand gesture will work.

That leads me back to pining, and hoping somehow, someway, he’ll see me as more than a joker. More than his best friend—even though I’m a kick-ass one. Maybe someday, he’ll know I’m exactly the person he needs to make the move on.

Don’t miss our reviews of the rest of the Zone Defense series!
For book one, No Take Backs, click HERE.
For book two, No More Secrets, click HERE.


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No Wrong Moves by Becca Seymour

Book 3
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I bobbed my head. Eddie, and sometimes Lottie when my games didn't clash with school, made regular trips to see me play. Every single time, I was overwhelmed he made the effort, all but pinching myself knowing he valued my friendship as much as I did his.

“I booked us in at the hotel restaurant. I hope that's okay.” His gaze flicked to his daughter, and I glanced at her still in my arms. Her head was against my shoulder. While her eyes were open, I figured she'd be exhausted. Not that she'd ever admit as much to either of us.

“Sounds good. The perfect place to spend time with this crazy kid.”

Eddie's smile was soft, and when my gaze traveled to his face, I realized it was directed at me rather than Lottie.

I held his stare for a beat before glancing away, too terrified he'd see longing in my eyes. The last thing I wanted was him to feel awkward. And the thought of not spending time with either of them wasn't worth the risk.

“You want me to drive?” Eddie asked as we stepped into the secure parking lot. My relieved smile was instant, as was the flutter in my stomach. He knew I always had a mini adrenaline crash post game, where I was overcome with tiredness until I got a decent meal.

“That'd be great, thanks.” I passed him the key to my SUV, which I may have upgraded to last year with Lottie in mind.

We got settled in the car, and Eddie started the engine. “With this traffic, it'll take us at least forty-five minutes. Why don't you rest? You know I've got you.”

Our gazes caught, a whisper of a smile tilting his lips. I closed my eyes, aware he spoke the truth. The only trouble was, I wish he had me in every way possible.



It’s like having my own personal cheerleader. The guys are gonna be so jealous when I tell them Eddie Phelps waves his pom-poms for me.



Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

This is the third book in the series – and an absolute winner in my opinion.

One of those stories where everyone around the two guys knows exactly how things will work out once one of them gets over the mental block which stands in the way. In this instance, Eddie needs to get over the age difference, the fact that he has a daughter, and that his career in the NBA is over, and whilst Pearce's is in full flight, he still would rather spend time with them than out on the town.

As the confusion clears and Eddie rights the situation so that they can enjoy the chemistry between them, and the feelings they have for each other, they get acceptance and joy from almost everyone around them.

Lovely, funny, engaging, and smoothly written, I devoured this in a day and am already looking forward to the next book in the series.



Hope. The motherfucker had made hope surge to life. Well, that, and my dick.


Author Bio

BECCA SEYMOUR lives and breathes all things book related. Usually with at least three books being read and two WiPs being written at the same time, life is merrily hectic. She tends to do nothing by halves so happily seeks the craziness and busyness life offers.

Living on her small property in Queensland with her human family as well as her animal family of cows, chooks, and dogs, Becca appreciates the beauty of the world around her and is a believer that love truly is love.

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Pearce Malcolm was the most important man in my life.


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