31 October 2016

Book Tour & Giveaway ~ Three Simple Words, Kingston Ale House #3, by AJPine

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Three Simple Words
Kingston Ale House #3
by AJ Pine
Publication Date: October 17, 2016
Genres: Adult, Entangled: Select, Contemporary Romance

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Synopsis

She’s holding out for a happy ever after.

Annie

I know where to find my happily ever after—between the pages of a romance novel. It’s why I sell books, why I blog about them, and why I’ll never get disappointed by love.

So what if my brother’s best friend from high school is now a bestselling author? Or that he just blew back into town on a Harley, filling out a pair of jeans like he never did before? Or that he’s agreed to do a signing at my bookstore on such short notice? Because despite all his adoring female fans, I kind of hated his book.

Wes

The last time I saw Annie Denning, she was a senior in high school, three years older than me and way out of my league.

Now I’m her last-minute date to a wedding, and what started as a night of pure fun has turned into something more real than either of us anticipated.

Annie is my muse. When I’m with her, my writer’s block fades away, and the words finally flow.

The only problem? She wants the fairy tale—her very own happily ever after—and anyone who’s read my book knows the truth. I just don’t believe they exist.

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Review

If you've read the previous Kingston Ale House books, than you are going to love watching Annie get her due. If you're new to the Kingston Ale House books, than you picked a good book to start with.

Romance readers always love the happily ever after hangover after reading our beloved books, but when you read a book where the hero and heroine don't end up together it can leave you unsettled. That's what happened when Annie picked up Wes Hartley's book, a book that she wonders how much is based on real life. She knew Wes back in the day when he and her brother became friends. And he's back in town, for no one knows how long, and he's agreed to a book signing in Annie's shop. The years have been good to him, really good. Every woman is falling all over him and she doesn't want to be one of his many admires, but will she able to fight her attraction once he turns on the charm?

Wes never thought he'd be back in town, but he's willing to do almost everything to get through his current writer's block. Little does he know, the girl he had a crush in high school is about to rock is world in ways he never saw coming.

Three Simple Words is sweet, charming, funny, and sexy all rolled up in an appetizing package. I loved how Annie is romance book lovers and blogs about it, something I relate to. The chemistry between Annie and Wes is electric, off the charts. Getting to know Wes, the man behind the book, was intriguing and captivating.

When you first met him, you know is broken with well built walls that he doesn't plan on bring down. But watching Annie break through them is stunning and endearing. Of course they are hot in the bedroom, but it's outside the bedroom that really solidifies their relationship.

One person hides in a fictional world waiting for her own true love, and the other hides in his work keeping his pain and torment hidden. I always love watching two broken individuals work through their issues and come together making them stronger than ever.

I couldn't put Three Simple Words down once I started, following the yellow brick road to a happy beginning.


Don't miss the other books in the Kingston Ale House series!

Six Month Rule

Six Month Rule New CoverShe created the game, but the rules are about to change.

The second I met Will Evans in his three-piece suit with that hot as hell British accent, I wanted him.

That is...until he insulted my shoes and stole my corner office.

Now I have to work side-by-side with the surly British arsehole who just set my career back six months.

It's fine. That accent won't get to me, no matter how sexy it sounds when he asks permission to do things professionals shouldn't do. On the couch. In the corner office I still wish was mine.

Maybe we can't keep our hands off each other, but I'm sure as hell not falling for a guy who lives an ocean away. Because in six months, he's leaving for good.

I don't do broken hearts, but you know what they say...

There's a first time for everything.

Each book in the Kingston Ale House series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.

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The One That Got Away

the-one-that-got-away-1-coverHow far will one man go for the woman he's loved since high school?

Jamie Kingston has been Brynn Chandler's best friend since middle school. Only once was their friendship tested—when Brynn gave Jamie a single kiss. Since then, they've had an unspoken agreement never to cross that line again, and she’s ready to let go of the past and move on.

But Jamie has loved Brynn for as long as he can remember, and now that he's ready to tell her, she has her sights set on someone else. Knowing this is his last chance, he asks Brynn to go on a two-week road trip. But their time alone brings old hurts to the surface, and Brynn has to decide if the one that got away lies at the end of the journey or if he's been by her side all along.

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About AJ Pine

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AJ Pine writes stories to break readers’ hearts, but don’t worry—she’ll mend them with a happily ever after. As an English teacher and a librarian, AJ has always surrounded herself with books. All her favorites have one big commonality–romance. Naturally, her books have the same. When she’s not writing, she’s of course reading. Then there’s online shopping (everything from groceries to shoes) and, of course, a tiny bit of TV where she nourishes her undying love of vampires and superheroes. And in the midst of all of this, you’ll also find her hanging with her family in the Chicago burbs.


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