Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Now On Tour Ruthless by Cheryl Douglas

May 1 review and guest post

Words of Wisdom from The Scarf Princess

May 2 Promo (reviews later)
Arianne Cruz – 

May 3 Promo

May 3 Promo
Simply Ali 

May 4 Review

May 5 Guest Blog
Ramblings From This Chick

May 7 Review
Tabatha @Insightful Minds

May 9 Review
The Autumn Review

May 11 Guest Blog
Mila Ramos

May 12 Guest blog and Review
Journey with Books

May 13 Review
For The Love of Reading

May 13 Interview (reviews all 3)
Book Travels

May 15 Promo

Book Three Nashville Nights Series
By Cheryl Douglas

Marisa Turner has wanted Luc Spencer forever, but she also wants a baby, and it seems Luc isn’t up to the challenge. She has to choose between the man she loves and the family she hopes to have.

Fortunately, there’s another man waiting in the wings who would love to make her baby fantasy a reality.

Luc Spencer is tired of hearing about marriage and babies. He loves Marisa, but he’s not a forever kind of guy. After two years together, she tells him it’s over. He’s not worried; he believes she’ll be back. But what will happen when he finds out there’s another man waiting to take his place?

About the Author

It took me thirty-seven years to decide what I wanted to be when I grew up. I thought I'd found my calling. In fact, I worked as a nutritionist for twelve years before I finally admitted to myself that while I enjoyed my work, I couldn't imagine doing it for the next thirty years.
My sub-conscious knew that I wanted to be a writer long before the conscious part of my mind decided to get with the program. While my sub-conscious was hard at work creating character profiles, plots and storylines, my conscious mind was telling me it was crazy to give up a successful business on the off-chance one of my manuscripts might rise to the top of someone's never-ending slush pile. After years of listening to that negative voice, I was finally ready to stop making excuses, face the fear and follow my dream of becoming a full-time writer, no matter the outcome. I'm so thankful I did.

I love bringing my characters to life and I am so grateful to have readers who love those characters as much as I do.

When I take a break from writing it's to spend time with my husband (a.k.a. my real life hero), my son, and my writing partner, Tia, a spirited Havanese who enjoys tapping her paw on my keyboard whenever I need a little comic relief.


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