We’re scheduling a tour for new adult contemporary romance “Tame the Beast”. The tour runs from May 23 to June 6.
We’re setting up book reviews, book excerpt posts, author interviews, character interviews, promo posts and giveaways for during this tour.
We have .pdf and .epub copies for reviewers.
About the Book
Author: Allison Smith
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance
Clarabelle Wright doesn’t believe in someone else creating her happily ever after. In fact, she has spent her entire life ensuring a future for herself. When the family finances fall further in debt, her big college dreams are put on hold. Beaumont University has one thing to offer, a full ride, and Clara has no other choice but to accept. She’s the reliable daughter, the responsible one. But what she truly desires is adventure and passion, and she doesn’t expect to find either at the small town university. That is until she accidentally catches the alluring eye of the Adam Beaumont. He’s entitled, careless, and a shameless flirt. Clara knows a man of his beastly reputation is nothing but trouble … trouble wrapped in gorgeous, untamed trims.
But Adam has a tempting offer to make. One that will keep his mother off his back so he can continue his regularly scheduled life filled with big parties and beautiful women. It sounds like the perfect plan until a certain beauty proves to be a much bigger challenge than he ever expected. Worse, he can’t seem to get her off his mind.
Confident that she’s too smart to fall for his games, Clara accepts. But when two headstrong forces begin to clash, someone will have to fold or break all their rules.
Allison Smith lives in North Carolina with her wonderful husband and their spoiled mutt, Bubba. When she is not diving into a new story, Allison enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, and day trips to downtown Raleigh. Her love of fairy tales inspired her first published novel, Tame the Beast, which was inspired by every version of Beauty and the Beast, but completely a tale all it’s own.
Author Website – http://allisonsmithbooks.com/
I would like to do a book review with excerpts,etc on either May 30th or 31st. Just let me know which day is better for you.
Thanks, I mailed you.