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5 Star Reviews for The Trouble with Romance

Check out these wonderful reviews!

 When I read Tamara Philip’s debut story, The Trouble with Playing Cupid, I really enjoyed it and was surprised at the great writing style for a newbie. However, I am now totally blown away by the amazing improvement in writing and style. The story follows Tom and December, two famous people in their own right, who fall in love, but have the pitfalls of fame and fortune to contend with. Clarissa, December’s best friend comes into her own in this book and I can possibly see other books coming out that follow some if the other interesting characters in the series. There is also a bonus of another short story which is a lively seasonal tale of love. Well worth the read. Well done Ms Philip

“The second book in this series shows how the author has upped her game. She increased the drama without losing the romance. She also did a good job expanding on the main characters – December and Clarissa, and the relationship between them. I look forward to the next book in the series.”

“Great, easy and fun read as we get to see Clarissa experience love with an unexpected stranger and tackle an unforeseen danger from December’s past who has come back to cause trouble for our heroine but a nice surprise awaits us at the end that is sure to put a smile on the reader’s face. I would totally recommend first reading Trouble with Playing Cupid so you can meet these wonderful characters.” 

I am so touched that I’ve been fortunate enough to receive for the sequel to my debut novel, The Trouble with Playing CupidI aimed for a darker, more dramatic twist with The Trouble with Romance and it looks like it paid off for these fabulous readers. THANKYOU ALL SO MUCH! 



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The Cupid Series by Tamara Philip

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download-1One New Year’s Eve, shy singer, December Brown drunkenly texts her talk show host pal, Trace Randall, about her long time crush on the aloof actor, Tom Elmswood. Thinking the two celebrities would make a cute couple, he unwisely decides to play matchmaker… in front of a live studio audience.
Things start to go downhill when Tom admits he’s never even heard of December before. Now what seemed like a sure fire hit quickly becomes a flop. Will these two lonely hearts ever make a love connection or has this cupid’s arrow missed its mark?
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 In the sequel to The Trouble with Playing Cupid, December’s best friend and agent, Clarissa Gregory, finds herself as the latest person destined for love.
Love never felt so good for pop singer December Brown and her boyfriend, Hollywood heartthrob…

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Lola’s blog tours presents my review of Siobhan Davis’ True Calling

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This is my stop during the book blitz for True Calling by Siobhan Davis. This book blitz is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours. The book blitz runs from 13 till 17 April, you can view the complete blitz schedule on the website of Lola’s Blog Tours.
From 13 till 17 April True Calling is free! So go grab your copy at Amazon.

True CallingTrue Calling (True Calling #1)
By Siobhan Davis
Genre: Dystopian/Science Fiction/Romance
Age category: Young Adult
Release Date: August 1, 2014

Planet Novo, nestled in space twelve hundred miles above the surface of the Earth, is the new home of 17-year-old Cadet Ariana Skyee. Confused by the government-sanctioned memory erase and distressed at her impending forced marriage and motherhood, Ariana’s plans for the future are thrown into complete disarray.

As the traumatic events within her family life enfold, Ariana grows increasingly alarmed at the authorities apparent pre-occupation with her and feels progressively more isolated and alone.

Her growing feelings for fellow Cadet Cal Remus intensify as the recently announced pageant, ‘The Calling’, gets underway. Struggling to comprehend the continuous, inexplicable dreams of the mysterious Zane, discovering the past helps shape her future, with devastating personal consequences.

You can find True Calling on Goodreads

From 13 till 17 April True Calling is free! So make sure to grab your copy:
Amazon USA
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Amazon India

My Review

Siobhan Davis’ True Calling is her debut dystopian Sci Fi YA novel filled with romance, suspense ladened plot that keeps you turning the page.
I really liked “True Calling” much more than I expected since it took me awhile to get into it, However, because of the talented author, I found myself immersed in Ari’s world. The main character, Ari is a teeneaged military cadet who lives on a terraformed planet created as a haven for the people of the dying earth due to natural disasters and bioterrorism. The planet is named Novo and is insanely uptight..
Novo is filled with super healthy, biologically perfect people living in an extremely controlled society. From food to free time, everything is portioned out precisely.
Now imagine having to come of age in a place like that?? It would make a rebel of even the nicest person at some time, and Ari is no different. Even romance betweeen teenagers are controlled and even televised.

Great start to a very promising career in scifi!

Here’s what reviewers had to say about True Calling:
“In a word, WOW!! Talk about a fascinating and magnetic tale!” Dianne Bylo. Tome Tender.

True Calling is a dystopian-sci-fi-romance that is FABULOUS! Siobhan did not fail to impress me with this debut novel.” Ashley Colby. The Caffeinated Booknerd

True Calling is an excellent read from YA to adult. The entirety of the story is addicting.” Bri Wignall: Natural Bri-Pursuits of Life

“Story driven with a nice cast of characters. I was pleasantly surprised at the paranormal twists and I found it an original addition.” Lola’s Reviews

“It is a true page turner. I read this book in 2 days and I can’t wait for the sequel.” Etnik. Geeky Bookie

“I really loved this book! I liked the characters, the writing, the plot, the world-building….all of it.” Lillian. Mom With A Reading Problem

“The story line was awesome, it kept me into it, and was hard to put down.” Kim Gailey. Superbookgirl13

“Now my problem is: I WANT THE NEXT BOOK!” Amber Hodges. Paradise of Pages

5 Star accolades from Readers Favorite:
“A perfect blend of reality-TV-show, super high-tech sci-fi and teenage drama meets government conspiracies.” Faridah Nassozi

“This is the type of book you’ll recommend to everyone you know and one you’ll read again.” Samantha Rivera

“True Calling takes you on a stimulating journey, then screeches to an abrupt halt, leaving you screaming for more.” Cheryl E. Rodriguez

“… A world with a government that’s not unfamiliar in YA fiction these days, but a fresh and interesting take on it.” Kathryn Bennett

“… caught my eye immediately and held my attention until the very end.” Trisha Dawn

SiobhanAbout the Author:
Siobhan Davis is the author of YA science fiction romance series True Calling.
A self-diagnosed ‘teenager forever’—at least when it comes to books, music and movies; Siobhan is totally addicted to teen fiction and superhero/blockbuster movies. Siobhan loves baking, crime novels, shoes, bags, make-up, anti-wrinkle cream, anything pink, Kelly Clarkson, Katy Perry, and Robert Pattinson (definitely Team Edward).
Siobhan has forged a successful corporate career, in Human Resources, over the last twenty years.
A member of the IWI writers group, Siobhan resides in the Garden County of Ireland with her husband and two sons.
Contact Siobhan at: http://www.siobhandavis.com

You can find and contact Siobhan here:
Author blog
Book website
Google +

Sample chapters, quotes, reviews and book excerpts are all available to download from the authors website

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Diverse Book Tours Presents my review of Saruuh Kelsey’s The Beast of Callaire

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The Beast of Callaire: Yasmin is a descendant of the Manticore. A creature of Persian mythology. A Legendary.

But she doesn’t want to be. Unlike the Legendaries in The Red, Yasmin wants nothing more than an ordinary life. She tries to fool herself into believing that she doesn’t change into a beast every full moon and savagely kill innocent people.

But when Yasmin starts hearing a voice in her head and is drawn into dreams that aren’t her own, she is led to Fray—a girl who once saved Yasmin from hunters, who has shadowy memories that hint at her having

Legendary magic—and Yasmin is catapulted into a life of Majick and malevolence.

Despite the danger around her and Fray, Yasmin might finally have a chance at being a normal girl with a normal girlfriend. But with Legendaries being killed, a war between the Gods  brewing, and the beast  inside Yasmin becoming stronger each moon, her mundane life is little more than a  dream.

My Review

The Beast of Callaire is a LGBT YA novel about a Persian mythlogical were-manticore girl named Yasmin who is such a huge loner because she wants to be seperate from the world that she belongs that’s filled with magic and mythology.
It took me awhile to connect to Yasmin because I didn’t really understand her motives for being the way she was, I thought she was a bit of an ingrate to be honest but that’s neither here nor there. I blame that on the fact that I’m now a cranky adult who now has the gift of hindsight.
However I can’t fault the author’s depth of imagination or her skillful storyline. I mean a manticore??? there’s not enough books about other creatures outside of the usual suspects, so I applaud the author for that. There’s so much more mythology out there to be explored and I think Saruuh Kelsey will be at the forefront of the writers exploring that.
This book is a definite must read especially for someone looking for something DIFFERENT and diverse in the YA genre. I loved the slowburning romance between Yasmin and Fray. It was a refreshing change of pace especially as it was foretold that they would be an intense, deep love but it wasn’t rushed or forced. In the end I fell for those two love ladies as they were falling in love with each other.

Check out an Excerpt from The Beast of Callaire!

Symbols have been smeared in red on the wall over my bed—the same language as the words I saw lit

up on the building across the alley. The words the original Phoenix confirmed to be the language of


Without really thinking about it, I start running through my apartment looking for anything else out of

place, avoiding what’s in front of me. I feel my breathing quicken and I know I need to calm down but

right now calm is elusive.

“It’s a warning,” Guy says, his voice edged in ice.

“How do you know?” I plead with my legs to hold me up as I dizzily return to my room. The liquid used

to write the symbols is definitely blood—my Crea nose can smell the tang from here. Thankfully, it’s not


“Mavers has been teaching me to read Numina,” Guy tells me. “Do you want to know what it says?”


“It says to stay away from the Halfling or more Legendaries will die.”

Air rushes from my lungs all at once. “Fray.”

I disobey the warning without a second thought, rushing outside and tearing across the road, uncaring

of traffic. When I reach the wood’s edge, I rip off my talisman and reach out for Fray. Guy catches up

just as I’m screaming for her.

The muscles in my thighs strain with how hard I’m pushing myself. I don’t want to admit the truth to

myself—that something is irreversibly wrong. I hear no static from Fray’s mind and there isn’t a single

scared thought from her.

I unleash the monster I fight so hard to repress and scream a hostile growl into the woods. Guy flinches

beside me.

Talons unfurl from my fingers. My vision sharpens all at once and I know I look beastly, that my eyes are

the most golden they’ve ever been.

None of that matters.

My link to Fray is gone.


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“The Beast of Callaire


About The Author

Saruuh Kelsey is the author of several novels for young adults, including the free Lux Guardians series

and The Legend Mirror series. Her latest releases include THE BEAST OF CALLAIRE, the first novel of a

new YA fantasy series, and a collection of diverse fairy tales in LOVE IN THE GILDED AGE. Find her online

at saruuhkelsey.co.uk.

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BPIC Promos presents Eve Cates’ Stepsister Devotion Part 4 Release Blitz


StepSister Devotion Part Four
by Eve Cates
Series: StepSister Devotion, Part Four
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 8, 2015



Just like the end of the fairy-tale tattooed on my arm, the evil queen is no more. You’d think that would mean Abigail and I could get our happy ever after, and our story would fade to black. But it’s not that easy. Now, there are people who know our secret, and are willing to use it against us. There’s a storm coming our way.

We’ve endured so much, and survived it with our relationship kept secret. But is our devotion strong enough to brave the reality of the world, an angry ex-husband, and a father who blames me for his undoing? Can we survive?

Find out what fate has in store for Sebastian and Abigail in this gripping conclusion of the Stepsister Devotion serial by debut author, Eve Cates.





Part One


Part Two

Part Three


Eve Cates is a twenty-something author of contemporary erotic romance. She loves all things naughty, demanding men and difficult situations (pass the popcorn please). Her first series, StepSister Devotion, will be told in four parts, releasing via Kindle Unlimited.

Eve has loved writing ever since she picked up her first crayon and penned a note to her imaginary friend ‘Pok’. Accused of being a ‘dreamer’ as she grew, she’s taken that notion and turned her daydreams into stories to delight and satisfy her readers.

When she isn’t writing, you’ll find her at home with her husband, four children, and two dogs.








Diverse Book Tours Presents Caroline Bell Foster’s Call Me Lucky- An Excerpt

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Welcome to the “Call Me Lucky” Mini-Tour featuring author Caroline Bell Foster!

Presented by Diverse Book Tours

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Here’s the Blurb and Excerpt from the book:

What happens with the night team…

Felicity ‘Fliss’ Pecora didn’t like people. Her background meant she didn’t trust easily and the night shift suited her perfectly. Forced to go on a team night out she bumps into the one person who knew her at her worst.

Teddy couldn’t believe the foul mouthed girl he once knew had changed so little, but still he felt an attraction towards her. He helped her overcome her insecurities and health scare and they were happy and in love until the night their pasts collided.

To love her, was to let her go. But could he?

Excerpt from “Call Me Lucky”

She ran past the strapping black bouncer at the entrance, around the side of the building and past a bunch of wheelie bins before stopping and throwing up against the building. Oh God it was horrible. They didn’t like her. Her body crumpled against the wall and she pressed her forehead into it, feeling the rough brick bite into her skin. Any pain was better than the feeling of her dreams shattering.

“Fliss!” It was Mackenzie. She didn’t want to talk to him. Not like this, not when she had failed. It was his fault anyway. She would never have put herself through this if he hadn’t dared her.


“I’m here,” She called out quickly, wiping away the water from her eyes. They were not tears she told herself.

“Why did you run you nit?” He admonished softly, pulling her into his arms and hugging her tight. “They loved you.”

“Yeah right,” she said pulling free and sniffing loudly. “Loved me enough they couldn’t bring themselves to even clap Mac.”

“They didn’t get a—” he didn’t finish what he was about to say as a man in dark jeans, white shirt and dark leather jacket walked towards them.

“If I didn’t see it with my own eyes I’d have never believed chavvy Felicity Pecora could render my customers speechless.”

Fliss gaped into the darkness knowing that voice, but refusing to believe it.

“What? Got nothing to say? This is a first,” he chuckled and, stepping closer, held out his hand to Mackenzie. “Theodore Nicholson. But everyone calls me Teddy,” he explained. “Felicity and I grew up together.”

Mackenzie shook his hand. “Mackenzie. Nice to meet you. Are you coming back in Fliss? They want more.”

Fliss shook her head in horror. There was no way she was going back inside. She’d done what she said she would do, gave it a go and took a bite of her apple. They didn’t like her and she wasn’t about to make the same mistake again.

“Can you give us a minute Mackenzie?” Teddy asked.

“Yeah, course mate.” Mackenzie stepped away. “You were amazing Fliss. See ya in a bit.”

Could this night get any worse. Teddy Nicholson was stood right in front of her, once again, at the lowest point of her life. World open up and suck me right in, she begged silently.


He’d used that same word with that same menacing tone that night all those years ago, she remembered with shame.

“Well what?” She questioned defensively, stalling.

“Well what are you doing in my pub for one thing?” Teddy asked, leaning against the wall and fishing into his jacket pocket for the one cigarette he allowed himself each week. It wasn’t there.

She turned to look at him but he was in profile and she could barely see him in the darkness. “I’m in London,” she mumbled.

“I noticed.”

She was fifteen again. Spotty, ugly and fat. Reduced to the bumbling teenager who’d been crying in the jitty at the back of the house as he’d shouted at her mother for having sex with his brother Marty. He’d threatened to call the police and social services on them. He’d been so angry and had left through the back gate, finding her huddled against the fence.

He’d reduced her to even more tears by the time he’d finished with her and when she’d just about crumbled at his feet, he’d taken a huge breath, shoved his hands through his hair and then given her a long pep talk that basically said, if he could get out then so could she.

“We won a trip,” she admitted quietly. “From work.”

He moved then, turning to stand in front of her, his head cocked to one side as he looked her over. He looked at her feet in sparkly ballet shoes, her legs in dark skinny jeans and a sparkly silvery top with tiny straps over her shoulders. Her hair was in a tight bun, set high on top of her head. It looked like she had a silky doughnut on her head.

“You look really nice Felicity.”

“What?” She snapped defensively, folding her arms over her chest. “You thought I’d still be wearing my charity labels Teddy?”

He frowned down at her. He’d always felt guilty for laying into her the way he had done that night behind her house. She couldn’t help the way her mother was or the environment she lived in. He’d just been so mad that her mother had got money out of his baby brother for sex. Stealing his innocence.

“Maybe,” Teddy shrugged. “Why deny it?”

Her eyes flashed and she poked him in the chest. “I’m not a kid any more Teddy.” She lifted her chin and stared straight at him.

“Really?” He sounded sceptical. “You’ve changed?” He was remembering the scrawny kid with the foul mouth.

She took a shuddering breath knowing he didn’t really believe her. Not that she cared what he thought.

“Yes really,” she snapped. “Look, can you go and get my friends please. I’m not going back in there,” she admitted tightly.

“You were sensational Felicity.” He smiled down at her. “My crowd loved you.”

“Yeah right,” she scoffed. “They loved me so much my ears are still ringing from all the appreciation they showed!” She finished on a wobble. She was not going to get emotional, especially in front of him! “And why do you keep saying your crowd?”

“I own the place,” he admitted. “And they were struck dumb by how good you sounded and not expecting it. Jesus Christ Fliss! Where does that voice come from? It’s amazing.”

“Stop lying Teddy.”

“I’m not lying. They want more!” He grabbed her hand. “Come on let’s go.”

“Are you fucking crazy?” She yanked violently out of his grasp and stepped away from him. It was beginning to drizzle. It had drizzled that infamous night too.

He grinned at her. “Ah, now, here is the Felicity I know,” he laughed. “I could always depend on your, dare I say, vocabulary to lower the tone of any conversation.”

“You can say what the fu-hell you like.” Why was she letting herself down like this, she thought, fighting the tears. “Please Teddy, go and get my friends. I’m getting wet.”

“Only if you promise to come back tomorrow night and do a whole set. When are you going back up to Notts?”

“We’ve got another night,” she said without thinking. “And I’m never going on stage again.”

“Come back tomorrow and have dinner with me then.”

“No. Why? So you can laugh at me. No thanks,” she questioned and answered all at once.

He chuckled deep in his throat. “I want to know what’s been going on with you, I’m curious that’s all.”

“You can take you’re curiosity and sh—”

“How old are you?” He cut in and watched with amusement as a shade of red touched her cheeks. She’d always been fiery. She’d always fascinated him.

Fliss felt like an idiot. She didn’t know why she was behaving like this in front of him.


“Hmm. Come, I’ll buy you a drink before you go.” He took her hand.

“I don’t drink.” She grumbled.

He stopped walking and turned to look at her in that intent way of his, with his head to one side. He nodded silently and then did what he’d done all those years ago. With one hand he cupped her face and used his thumb to stroke her cheek. A tender moment from him. He shook his head as though getting rid of unwanted thoughts and dragged her inside.

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About The Author


Caroline Bell Foster was born in Derby, England and with her family went on a six week holiday to Jamaica. She stayed for 18 years!
Ever the adventurer Caroline bought her first pair of high heels in Toronto and traded her pink sunglasses for a bus ride in the Rift Valley at 18. She wrote her first short story on that bus and had it published the following year in a local newspaper.

Caroline has always written in one form or another from a very young age. She started her first diary at age 7 and short stories and articles kept her occupied throughout her teens. Feeling the restrictions of short stories for newspapers, Caroline switched to full length novels letting her creativity flow.

Caroline is also known as ‘The Caribbean’s Leading Lady of Love’ as her novels Ladies’ Jamaican, Caribbean Whisper’s, Saffron’s Choice tend to reflect her love for the Islands. Caroline’s fourth novel Call Me Royal has just been released.

The author now lives in Nottingham, England with her husband and two children.

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Diverse Book tours presents my review of Kim Golden’s Maybe Baby/ Maybe Tonight


Welcome to the “Maybe Baby and Maybe Tonight” Mini-Tour featuring

author Kim Golden!

Presented by Diverse Book Tours

Maybe Baby

Imaybebabycovermagine finding out you could never have a baby with the man you love…

Expat American Laney Halliwell finds out the hard way

when Niklas tells her he had a vasectomy before they met and isn’t interested in reversing it. Why

should he? They’ve got his kids from his first marriage and an enviable life in Stockholm.

What if you fell in love in the most unexpected way…?

But Laney wants more. So when a friend suggests she look into an alternative sperm bank in

Copenhagen to find a potential father for her baby, things don’t go exactly as planned. Especially when

Laney meets Mads and finds herself falling in love

My Review of Maybe Baby

Messy. Absolutely messy. Maybe Baby is very well written! and once I got started I didn’t want to put it down. I felt like I was right in Stockholm and Copenhagen along with the characters. The author’s vivid descriptions were wonderful and the writing style flowed and flowered beautifully. 

I found the main character Laney to be complicated. I didn’t relate to her much because I found her bratty and self absorbed. I didn’t like Niklas either because he sounded arrogant just like his daughter Siri so I understood the reason why their relationship was skating on thin ice. However, Laney’s plans and reasoning for wanting a baby out of the blue by any means necessary was so self involved that I would have reacted exactly like Niklas. She showed no care about children before literally demanding one of her own. and even after Niklas gave her a perfectly  valid reason as to why he didn’t want to be a father again, she just kept on with her plans STRAIGHT AWAY. I mean she could have given him some time to come around before planning on doing a complete deal breaker. With or without Mads, she was ending her own relationship because she wanted what she wanted. 

I liked Mads just fine but their love affair was too rushed for me to truly believe in it. Although I couldn’t fault the very well written feelings of WANT that Laney had for him. I didn’t approve of her lack of self control but it was still really believable when I was reading it.

 Then again that’s the mark of a great writer, that they could make you feel REAL feelings about an imaginary character, good or bad. and I learned more than I ever wanted about sperm donation, false or otherwise. 

I feel like perhaps my feelings about adultery has overshadowed my enjoyment of the book but it was still a great read. 

Maybe Tonight:

Mads Rasmussen has had enough: of being a sperm donor, of feeling disconnected, of being alone.


Then someone walks into his life in a most unexpected way…

Maybe Tonight gives a glimpse of Mads’s life just before and just after he meets Laney in Maybe Baby.

Maybe Tonight is a novella.

My Review of Maybe Tonight

I truly enjoyed Maybe Tonight. I felt more sympathy for Laney because of Maybe Tonight. and I felt like I got to know Mads a bit more since this was from his point of view. It definitely gave a different spin on Maybe Baby. It wasn’t as clear cut for me after reading Mads’ perspective. He was such a sympathetic person that I could see how things could get muddled for him. He was just trying to get by and help people out but he started to feel the burnout that many people feel regardless of their jobs, orthodox or unorthodox as was his case as a sperm donor. and then coincidentally he fell in love and that made the transition that much easier for him.

Another thing  that impressed was that I didn’t feel like I was reading thoughts of an american man but of someone European and I think that’s actually a uncommon talent that the author possesses. I also love the cover!! Great read!

Check out an Excerpt from Maybe Baby!

“Copenhagen Cryo.”

“What?” Long lines of sweat trailed down my face and neck.

“The clinic Uma uses for super sperm.” Eddy was still jogging in place, waiting for me to catch my breath.

“I wish you wouldn’t call it that.” I gasped and used my already damp sleeve to wipe my face.

Eddy bumped my sweaty shoulder with hers and grinned. “You have to admit—it must be pretty good

sperm if she’s gone back so many times.”

“Yeah, well you’ve got a point there.”

“Proof is in the pudding.” She loosened her armband and slid her iPhone from the sleeve. She tapped

the screen a few times and then handed her phone to me. “Check him out.”

The face staring back at me was ruggedly handsome, with the square jaw and cheekbones of a young

Viggo Mortensen. His lips were full and generous, curled into a knowing smile. He was looking directly

into the camera, and there was something almost too candid in his pale blue eyes, like he knew what

you were thinking and was game for whatever you suggested.

“Wow,” was the only word I could breathe out. I swallowed hard and quickly handed Eddy’s phone back

to her.

“Wow, indeed,” Eddy said and laughed lightly. “Uma says he’s worth every penny she pays. Well, you’ve

seen her kids. They’re gorgeous.”

“And she found him in Copenhagen?”

Eddy nodded. “He’s one of the donors at Copenhagen Cryo.”

I shook my head in wonder. No wonder Uma kept going back for more. Sure there was nothing sexual

going on between them, but there must have been some spark that made her decide he was the right

donor for her.

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Maybe Baby/Maybe Tonight


About The Author


Kim Golden was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1995,

she left the US and moved to Sweden for love with a capital L. When she isn’t writing fiction, she writes

copy about perfume for a Swedish cosmetics firm. She writes stories for people who know that love comes in every color



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