Sunday, July 21, 2013

Blog Tour & Giveaway: Serendipity by Stacey Bentley


Blurb:

The saying goes that there is a fine line between love and hate...but what happens when the line becomes blurred?

When life hands Phoebe Andrews her dream job, she’s ecstatic. That is, until she realizes that in order to pursue her dream she’ll have to give up her cosmopolitan lifestyle in Chicago and move to Nashville. As if leaving all she knows behind wasn’t enough, a car accident on her first day in town does nothing to convince the city girl that country living is all it’s cracked up to be.

As an only child, Dean Montgomery has obligations—obligations which have left him angry at the world. Just as his monotone life has begun to leave him jaded, he is brought back to earth with a bang...literally.

Fate conspires to bring the city girl and the country boy together, but can Dean stay out of trouble long enough for the pair to test the boundaries of their tempestuous relationship?

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About the Author:

When Stacey isn't writing, she's a full-time mom, which means she's a cook, chauffeur, maid, nurse and constantly on the go. She was born and raised in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan which is where she resides today. Raising her children as a single parent has proven it's difficulties but she doesn't let that stop her from doing the things that make her happy. In her down time, which is rare, you can find her curled up with a book.

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Excerpt:



“Do I look okay to you, asshole? What the fuck were you thinking? Are you so fucking blind that you didn’t see the bright red car coming?” I throw my hands in the air and wince, my hand hurts and my head is throbbing.

He chuckles and steps towards me, but I put my hand up to stop him from getting too close. “I’m sorry but I think you’re a little confused. Yes, I did see you coming but you’re the one that ran the red light. Not me.”

My eyes widen. I can’t believe this asshole actually thinks the accident was my fault! I throw my head back and laugh, ignoring the pain. “You’ve got to be kidding me! I saw the light and it was clearly yellow but I was going too fast to slow down. That is perfectly legal. You’re the one who hit me. This is your fault!”

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4 comments:

  1. Moving often requires a change in life style - sometimes more drastic than other times, but always some change. And I can't imagine an auto accident in that mix. The story has piqued my curiosity.
    Since my sister lives in Tennessee, and I've flown in & out of Nashville a few times, the location is a 'hook'.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win this book.

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  2. This heroine sounds exactly like me. Sarcastic and bitchy, gotta love the two combinations in any woman, except your own daughter.
    This book is going on my must read list.

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  3. Sounds like an awesome book!! Thanks for the chance to win one!!

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