Monday, 25 September 2017

Author Spotlight: Kay Blake!


Please welcome my friend and fellow Romance Writer Behaving Badly, Kay Blake!




She wasn’t supposed to still feel this way?

Liz Alexander hasn’t been to New York City in six years. She left behind the life as she knew it and the man that broke her heart. When tragedy strikes, Liz is forced to go back and face the man she thought she no longer loved.

Liam Parker hasn’t seen Liz since she packed her bags and moved across country. Now seeing Liz again after all this time made Liam realize that he would do anything to get the woman he loves back.

Will the past get in the way? Or will their love have a second chance?



Excerpt:
I heard footsteps stop next to me and I glanced over my shoulder to see Liam Parker standing there. My breath hitched. Even after all this time, he sent my heart into a frenzy. After six years, how could he still make me feel this way?
His blue eyes were filled with concern. Liam. The one who had shattered my heart into little pieces. Liam, the sole reason I flew across country six years ago.
He had certainly grown up.  His lean face had filled out, hardened, although his skin was still smooth and fair like I remembered. His brown hair was longer. Now shoulder length, a lock brushed the side of his cheek, and for a moment my hand itched to rake it away.
He was more attractive than the last time I saw him, which should have been impossible because he had been sexy as all hell back in high school. I could feel the tension between us. Even now it seemed he still had some claim on my heart.
His jaw was more defined. Stronger than when I left. For a fleeting moment, I wondered what it would feel like to have his face buried between my legs. I shook my head. I had to let it go. I wasn’t here to reminisce or even imagine any possibility of me and Liam like that again.





He seemed to be nothing but trouble.

Ally had something to prove. She wanted a new start. So, she took a job across the country to be the personal photographer to this up and coming rock band called Runnin on E. What she didn’t expect was to be captivated by the lead singer of the band Ethan Avery. Ethan’s blond hair, blue eyes and a voice that can melt the panties off of any woman spelled trouble. Big trouble. And after what she left behind she couldn’t afford any more.
But sometimes temptation is just too hard to resist.

Music was my only solace until I met her.


From the outside looking in, Ethan has everything. He’s the lead singer of the new rock band Runnin on E’. He has devastating good looks and women. Lots of women. But Ethan has his demons. He hides them behind the lyrics of his songs. New found fame is nice, but Ethan wants something more. He wants someone who knows there’s more to him than what meets the eye. And that someone is Ally. She’s beautiful. She’s different. She sees him. All of him. And now he wants her more than he’s ever wanted anything.
Can he leave his past demons behind and have the future he never thought he deserved?



Excerpt:
He opened the door to the room which was much bigger and neater than I expected.
“This is where the magic happen,” he said.
I raised my brow.
“Look at you being naughty. A lot of my ideas come to me in here. It is one of my favorite rooms in this house,” he said.
Plopping down on his bed, he patted the section next to him.
“You can sit on the bed next to me if you want. I promise I won’t bite. Unless you want me too,” he said baring his sparkling ultra-white teeth.
“Or you can sit over there if that makes you more comfortable.”
“I can handle myself,” I said my tone trying to be convincing even though I still hesitated.
It wasn’t that I couldn’t handle myself because I could. It was more so of that fact that I didn’t like the way he made me question myself. I never questioned what I did, how I looked, but for him I did. I didn’t understand why, and it was getting on my nerves.
What was worse was in my head all I could see was that he was the kind of guy who left miles of broken hearts, but I wasn’t even sure of that. Those were my assumptions of what I thought guys in bands were. Me giving the benefit of the doubt was hard after Amanda’s boyfriend. Nevertheless I wanted to know more about the blue eyed, blonde whose voice sounded like magic.

Author Bio:
Kay writes sassy, sexy and sweet contemporary and interracial romance. She is from arguably the greatest city in the world. (New York). She is a sarcastic sweetheart who prefers snuggling at home with a good book. She is a wife and a mom to three cubs.
Kay indulges in strawberry cheesecake, horror movies, Harry Potter, The Walking Dead, wrestling and of course a happily ever after.
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