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#Tour! #Review – Let’s Try This Again by Jordyn Woodtke @LTTABook @iReadBookTours #giveaway



One girl.  Two guys.  It’s complicated.

First there is Isaac, the ex-boyfriend who threatens her move to a sunny new life on the west coast when he suddenly comes back into the picture.  The chemistry is intoxicating and Josie starts eating, breathing, and sleeping with him again until the move.  Things are hard enough saying goodbye to her childhood home and very best friends, but when Isaac makes it seem like he might actually want her to stay, Josie wonders if she’s giving up on him too quickly. Josie takes the plunge and moves to California.
Then comes Carter. Sweet, doting – and, oh my god! – former boy band heartthrob, Carter. Josie’s new life falls into place, with new friends and a job working as the personal assistant for Carter as he plans the re-launch of his career. When it seems like there might be something between Josie and her new boss, she can’t help but hold back in fear of crossing a line and, worse yet, getting her heart crushed.  Once again.
What spirals into a complicated, heart wrenching, unexpected love triangle forces Josie to face a decision that she is not sure she can make.  Carter or Isaac.  Or – who knows? 
It’s Sex in the City meets Bridget Jones Diary under the Hollywood sign.  A masterful debut novel of love, sex and rock & roll in the New Adult genre.

What does TWG think?

Sometimes we just need a little relationship drama (not our own obviously), a little bit of sass and a pinch of spiciness to indulge in once in a while, agreed? ‘Let’s Try This Again’ is a modernised version of the infamous UK T.V series, Sex Chips & Rock and Roll. If you have no idea what I’m on about, google/YouTube it!

Don’t get me wrong, some parts of the storyline I found to be a little bit cheesy and over the top, however the majority of the storyline was full of flirty fun and such relatable, girl drama which a lot of females will nod their heads in agreement with. We’ve all been THERE, we have all had THAT dilemma, after all we are only human.

‘Let’s Try This Again’ is a breath of fresh air in terms of overall storyline. Instead of taking the usual (and over used) route in a rom com novel where boy meets girl – they argue over smelly socks – split up – get back together and live happily ever after; Jordyn stands out from the crowd with her new-age rom com approach. Kudos to her for writing a novel that will be remembered for its fun and sass, but more importantly its real life, diverse concept.

All females need this book as a travel companion or a new fangled self-help book to remind us of FUN.

Thanks iReadBookTours!

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About the author.
Jordyn Woodtke is an exceedingly gifted new author who is destined to take the New Adult genre by storm with her debut novel entitled Let’s Try This Again. A graduate of NYU, she majored in screenwriting with a minor in bottomless brunching, skills she took with her when she moved to Los Angeles to follow her dream of becoming a writer.
Jordyn started writing poetry and plays in high school, garnering prestigious awards and accolades from the Hartford Stage, Drexel University, the Waterbury Young Playwrights Festival and the national Scholastic Art & Writing awards, among others.
Now, on any given afternoon you are likely to find Jordyn petting random dogs on her street, noshing at any of the numerous brunch spots in LA, or bingeing Netflix on her couch. She’s grateful and dedicated to the art of storytelling because it lets her say all the things she wished she’d said when she had the chance.
And if Let’s Try This Again is any indicator of future success, Jordyn will get to keep saying them for a long, long time.

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#Spotlight! Happy 3rd birthday @iReadBookTours #giveaway #laurafabiani #booktours #iread


Today I am thrilled to share my birthday with iRead Book Tours 3rd Anniversary! Some of you may have seen Laura Fabiani’s company over on social media, so you may be aware of the company’s background. If you’re not, well, this is where I come in! To help celebrate iRead’s 3rd birthday, TWG (alongside many other bloggers) are shining the spotlight on them on a humongous tour.

iread1About the company, iRead Book Tours.

‘At iRead, we give special attention to every book that tours with us. We are passionate about books and we customize all our tours because no two authors are alike.

We don’t just market books. We help our authors get the best exposure with traditional tours consisting mainly of reviews. We work closely with our authors and pride ourselves on our highly individualized customer service.

All our staff are book bloggers and authors, so we understand the process and the hard work involved. We’ve built a solid relationship with our database of reliable book bloggers who are eager to read your books.

Welcome to the iRead experience!’

About the founder, Laura Fabiani.

In 2008, Laura began blogging about books shortly after she published her first book. She started Library of Clean Reads, a book review blog, and discovered the joy of reviewing a variety of genres. Her children have joined her in this venture and they spend many happy hours reading books together. A Special Care Counselor by profession, Laura has co-led and developed programs for seniors with dementia, including Alzheimer’s Disease. She has a passion for the topic of neuroscience and wellness.

Throughout the years she has met and worked with wonderful publishers, both traditional and indie, as well as publicists and authors. Best of all, she discovered the world of book bloggers–a community of special people who spend their precious time sharing their love of books and all things related to books.

Taking part in book tours has always made Laura feel more connected to authors and the publishing field. She organized her own virtual tour when her book was published and she learned several things. As an author, it exposed her to actual reader views and social media. As a book blogger and book tour organizer, it taught her the amount of work it entailed. And she loves it!

You can find Laura blogging at Library of Clean Reads and Essentially Italian. She is the owner of iRead Book Tours,  Italy Book Tours, and Je Lis Blog Tours.

Giveaway time!!

Win $50 cash or a Basic Virtual Book Tour Package (2 winners, open int’l).
Ends Feb 4th.

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Happy anniversary iRead Book Tours! On a personal note, Laura was one of the first tour hosts that I contacted when I started my blog back in March last year. She is professional and runs a tight, yet super polite, ship. Very proud to be a part of the team.



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Review of ‘Fresh Brewed’ & interview with author Pamela Ford (@pamelafordbooks) @iReadBookTours


TWG is back with a review of book two from ‘The Continental Breakfast Club’ series; ‘Fresh Brewed’!
If you missed my review of the first book in the series; ‘Over Easy’, you can find my review here: Blog Tour! Review of ‘Over Easy’ by Pamela Ford.. iRead Book Tours have been running the tour for both books for over a month and today is the last day -cries-, it’s been wonderful to be involved, so thank you!


Breanna Mitchell is on her way to a relaxing vacation at the ocean. Maybe she’ll even have a beachside fling to help her get over a recent breakup. But when a tropical storm makes her destination hotel uninhabitable, a chance encounter at continental breakfast delivers a fabulous option—with a catch.
She and her friends can stay at a privately-owned, three-story oceanfront home—if she pretends to be the girlfriend of the owner’s heartbreaker grandson, Ethan. Since he won’t even be there, how hard could it be?
Everything is going swimmingly until Bree drinks too much wine and regales the family with romantic tales about her relationship with Ethan. His adorable brother Adam gets suspicious. His marriage-minded grandma gets engagement fever. The beautiful woman next door gets teary-eyed.
And then, Ethan unexpectedly arrives. Suddenly Bree is about to get everything she’s ever wished for—but is it what she really wants?

What does TWG think?

I’ll be honest (when am I not?), I was a little bit concerned about this book because I really enjoyed the previous book in the series and I really didn’t want it to disappoint!
It didn’t disappoint, at all, not in the slightest!
Oh my gosh! Aside from the fact that a tropical storm creates issues before Breanna’s holiday fully begins, there is just drama, after drama. A drama storm! Yes, a male induced drama. It is all well and good going along with a fictional story to help a man you have never met, in return for a decent place to stay, but what happens if the man in question turns up? Breanna wants to be loved, she wants someone to like her for her, fling or not. Could Breanna get her happily ever after from a fictional story? Or will her vacation end up being one that she wishes to forget?

As soon as I had read about the ‘plan’, I just knew that I would be in for a drama filled read. Something just HAD to go wrong. I’m not being a cynic, but when you go along with something incredibly farfetched, there is a chance you’ll be falling flat on your face. Whilst the ‘plan’ was very farfetched, it was also absolutely BRILLIANT! Breanna was asking for trouble, but once she let loose and went with the flow, I couldn’t stop laughing. The things that Bree came out with were so cringy, but in a ‘omg I need to carry on’ sort of way.

As well as Breanna’s hilarious thoughts, her friends, Allie and Megan, didn’t keep quiet either. Maybe their continental breakfasts should add sarcasm to it, not that they would need any extra mind!

Just like ‘Over Easy’, there was  ALOT happening in the story, each of the girls were always making their presence known, as well as making sure any eligible bachelors spotted them too. What I find incredible about Pamela’s books is the way they’re so easy to read. I found myself getting so involved with the storyline that I didn’t realise I had nearly finished the book (much to my disappointment). Pamela has such a talent when it comes to writing books as she writes in such an engaging and relaxed way, yet still ensures a storyline full of things to sink your teeth into.

Yes ‘Fresh Brewed’ is full of mad moments, bad decisions and ‘oh my gosh, what ARE you doing?’ moments, but those moments make the book what it is. I loved reading ‘Fresh Brewed’, everything about it was hilariously brilliant.

‘Fresh Brewed’ is a story about breakfast, bad decisions and following your heart. If you don’t stay true to yourself, who will? This is the perfect book to lose yourself in, and just relax. Make sure you have a freshly brewed cuppa though, yeah?

(I received a complimentary copy of the book in return for my thoughts.)

Purchase links:
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Don’t go anywhere just yet as I managed to get Pamela Ford under the TWG spotlight, take a look:

TWG: Could you tell us a bit about you and your background before you began writing?
I have known since forever that I would be a writer. But from high school on, I wanted to go into advertising and become a copywriter. Breaking into advertising isn’t easy, so after graduating college with a degree in Advertising, I ended up working as a graphic designer and then in sales for a few years before finally landing a writing job at an ad agency. 

TWG: Have you always wanted to be a published writer?
Even though I’d always been a voracious reader, the idea of writing a book never crossed my mind until I was in my late twenties. . .and even then, I didn’t actually write one until five years later. That book, which took me years to write, has a permanent home in the attic!

TWG: You might make me jealous here, but have you been to every city/country where your books are set?
I have! But since I don’t have that many books out, you don’t have much to be jealous about!

TWG: If you had to choose a favourite character from one of your books, who would it be and why?
Oh no! That’s like asking which of your children is your favorite. Each of my characters has different traits that make me love them. For example, I love Allie in Over Easy because she has such an overactive imagination and goes off on these mental flights of fancy. I love Kathleen in To Ride a White Horse because of her loyalty to family and because she doesn’t give up in the face of overwhelming adversity. I think I tend to write people who I would like to be friends with, so that makes this question especially tough.

TWG: Have you ever disliked any of the characters in your stories?
I’m writing one right now, but since the book is still in first draft, he may not stay as unlikable as he is right now!

TWG: Time for a tough one. If you could choose any book that has already been published to be the author of, which would you choose and why?
Hands down, The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley. It’s a retelling of the King Arthur saga from the point of view of the women. I was drawn into the story from the first sentence and couldn’t put it down. Her writing is superb. The way she rounded out the King Arthur legends was amazing. She did such a phenomenal job of creating all the worlds, including the magical island of Avalon, that you can’t help believe that it’s all real. I was so enthralled, I actually did a lot of research afterward to try to find out how much was real and how much she created.

TWG: One final question. What advice would you give to a writer that wants to be published? Any words of wisdom?
Learn the craft. I wasted several years simply writing—and getting rejected. Once I realized there was more to writing a book than just getting words on the page, my writing improved, and I sold. Learn about Goal, Motivation, and Conflict and apply it to your work. (Get Debra Dixon’s book by the same name—it’s awesome!) Learn about turning points, black moments, and character arcs, and make sure you incorporate them into your book. It’ll mean you have to plan more, but your writing will be much stronger because of it.

Author bio:


Pamela Ford is the award-winning author of contemporary and historical romance. She grew up watching old movies, blissfully sighing over the romance; and reading sci-fi and adventure novels, vicariously living the action. The combination probably explains why the books she writes are romantic, happily-ever-afters with plenty of plot – and often lots of laughter.

After graduating from college with a degree in Advertising, Pam merrily set off to earn a living, searching for that perfect career as she became a graphic designer, print buyer, pantyhose sales rep, public relations specialist, copywriter, freelance writer – and finally author. Pam has won numerous awards including the Booksellers Best, the Laurel Wreath, and a gold medal IPPY in the Independent Book Publisher Awards. She is a Kindle Book Awards finalist and a two-time Golden Heart Finalist. She lives in Wisconsin where she is working on her next novel.

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Review – ‘Bossy Flossy’ by Paulette Bogan (@paulettebogan1 ) & guest post! @iReadBookTours


I am extremely honoured to be part of this blog tour today, as I used to be called ‘Flossy’ when I was a little girl. Thank you so very much to Paulette for giving me a copy of this wonderful book, & to Laura at iReads for making it happen. Such a lovely childhood reminder to have.


Flossy is the bossiest girl around. She’s bossy at home and she’s bossy in school. She’s bossy to her friends and she’s bossy to her cat. Sometimes she’s even bossy to her teacher! Flossy doesn’t understand why no one will listen to her. One day, Flossy meets Edward, a boy who may be just as bossy as she is. Has Flossy finally met her match?

What does TWG think?

What a wonderful children’s book! As I’m sure a lot of you are aware, children tend to go through a ‘i’m the boss’ phase. But, it is an important phase as they learn independence and their boundaries. However, there will come a point when the ‘i’m the boss’ phase is a bit TOO much and sitting down with the child over a cup of coffee (or hot milk for them) having a discussion, doesn’t quite give the best result. Luckily, Paulette Bogan thought of an alternative. Children gravitate towards colourful and bold images, whilst adults gravitate towards the words (bonus), ‘Bossy Flossy’ hits both nails on the head (the book not the child).


Flossy is a very bossy child, she believes that the only way people will listen to her, is if she TELLS them what to do. All she wants is someone to listen to her, but she just cannot quite work out how to make that happen (aside from being bossy). Then one day, Flossy meets her match; Edward, another bossy child. Thing is, only Flossy OR Edward want to tell the other one what to do, not BOTH of them.


With such bold and striking illustrations, Paulette Bogan creates a visual representation of the words she has written, such an added bonus for the child. After all, what’s not to like about pretty pictures? When I first picked up the book, I noticed the illustrations first because of the way they stand out and are really well drawn. I love them! As for the story, I think that it is such a cleverly written book that will show children the effects of being TOO bossy and how they might be able to come out of that themselves, along with showing the benefits (through illustrations). When you’re a young child, communicating and trying to understand their own emotions, can be such a daunting experience. Thanks to Paulette, those daunting experiences can be eased into positive experiences with the help of this work of art. I adored it, and I know my daughter will too when she’s bigger.

Purchase links:
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Guest Post from Paulette Bogan.

Everyone Loves a Good Back Story


Paulette Bogan 

We had the chicken pox, all four of us. My mother called us into the playroom and handed each of us a paintbrush and said, “Get started! This wall is boring.” And so we spent the whole afternoon painting a mural on the playroom wall.

People often ask me why I became a children’s book author and illustrator. The fact is I’ve always wanted to be an artist, and I’ve always loved writing stories.                                    


In third grade I gave my mother a drawing of a chariot and written on it was, “I want to be an artist when I grow up.”  In the fifth grade, I got in trouble for not paying attention. I was writing stories during math class. I told my parents, “I’m going to be a writer.” 


When I was at Parsons School of Design, a teacher of mine, Ivan Powell, was talking to the whole illustration department. He was talking about how difficult it was to be a freelance illustrator. He said that all of us in the room had talent, but you need drive and determination and a little desperation to make it. He said that most likely only TWO of us would go on to be freelance illustrators.

I looked around the room and thought, “Who is the other one?” I wasn’t being egotistical. (Well, maybe a bit at that age.) I was driven. This is what I wanted come hell or high water. Nothing was going to stop me.


My father wanted me to get a teaching degree along with my BFA in Illustration. (Now looking back, what a smart idea!) But I said no. I didn’t want anything to fall back on. So I waitressed at Blazing Salads till I could support myself as an illustrator.

My mother told me I should be writing and illustrating children’s books. Of course I didn’t listen and did political illustration and editorial illustration.

 flo13                                                                       (My wedding invitation)

I finally listened to my mother when I was pregnant with my first child. I decided to try children’s books. After a lot of research, hard work, and many rejections, I got my first book published. I loved it and have never looked back. (Okay, Mom was right!) 

                        (My family 1998)                                                     (Spikey and Mufasa)

 Now three children, two dogs, and twelve books later I couldn’t be happier. I get very frustrated sometimes when I cannot draw something. And writing doesn’t always come easy, but I am stubborn. I am doing exactly what I was meant to do.

 What’s the moral of the story? My mother would say, “Listen to your mother.”

My father would say, “Whatever you do whether it is digging a ditch or writing a novel, do your best.”

My husband would say, “Get over it and get going.”

I would say, “Don’t give up, don’t give in, when in doubt, take a nap.” 

PS. I’ve actually always wanted to be a back up singer too. I thought they got to wear really cool dresses and I could do it part time because you don’t have to learn the whole song.


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Blog tour – Review and author guest post; ‘The House of Kane’ by Barbara Casey.


Aislinn Marchánt, a writer and editorial consultant, is hired by the major New York publishing company, Kane Publishing House, to help determine why several submissions sent to them have mysteriously disappeared only to be published later by another publisher. Are the editors at Kane simply not being diligent enough with the in-coming material, or is there something more sinister going on? Working from her West Palm Beach home, Aislinn quickly becomes involved with the House of Kane as well as with Caldwell Kane, the man who hired her.

As Aislinn works toward uncovering the various layers of truth of her former husband, her elderly neighbor, and Kane Publishing House, she continues to research her own novel, the story of a love between two people that becomes fractured because of the misunderstandings created by two different cultures. Her research takes her to abotanica where a Santerian priest reveals the truth in her own life and a destiny that is joined to that of Caldwell Kane.

What does TWG think?

I must admit, when the iRead team sent me the information and cover for this book, I was intrigued. Being honest, the cover did nothing for me at all, and, being a huge book cover fan, I knew I needed to not judge a book by its cover (just this once). The fact that ‘The House of Kane’ is set in a publishing house is quite clever. I got to see the publishing world from another angle.

It did take me a while to warm up the book however, I struggled to gel with the characters and found that I was spending a lot of time sitting on the fence. I ensured I carried on reading though as it’s a different type of book that I would usually read.

Whilst the main concept of the book is about the life within a publishing house, there is a hint of romance which breaks up the story rather nicely. The more of the book I read, the more I warmed to it due to Barbara’s writing. For me, her writing made the book. Seeing as this was the first book of Barbara’s that I had read, I had no idea what her style of writing would be like.

‘The House of Kane’ is a nice book to read that has various situations going on at one time, enough to keep you occupied. Barbara Casey’s writing, as a whole, completed the book for me and made me continue reading it.

(I received this book in return for an honest review)

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Guest post from author Barbara Casey.


There are few things that can be so rewarding as seeing your book in print. There are also few things that are so difficult to accomplish.

In my novel, The House of Kane, which was considered for a Pulitzer nomination, I use the publishing industry as my backdrop and reveal some of the problems and difficulties that can arise not only with the writer, but within the publishing house itself. Aislinn Marchánt, the main protagonist in the story, is hired by a major New York publisher as a consultant to find out why so many of its submissions are suddenly getting published by another publishing house before it has even had a chance to take them through the review process. It is through this theme that I introduce amidst the joys, recognition, and rewards that come from getting published the underbelly of publishing that includes greed, misplaced ambition, and plagiarism.

The House of Kane is fiction, but it mirrors a reality that exists today in publishing, and particularly for writers. In that reality, writing is difficult, editing is difficult, and rejections are even more so. Ernest Hemingway once described the ordeal represented by that first blank piece of paper in the typewriter as:  “It is facing the white bull which is paper with no words on it.”

Like that old man who fished along in a skiff in the Gulf Stream for eighty-four days without taking a fish in Ernest Hemingway’s Old Man and the Sea, a writer must be prepared to face just as many difficulties. It requires the same blind faith and dogged determination. And even when you catch the fish, you must be prepared to fight the sharks that come to eat it as you try to get it back to port. And, in the end, you must be prepared to finish your journey with nothing but bones tied to the side of your boat, for it may be that your book will never sell because it is no good, or because the editor who can recognize its worth doesn’t exist. That is when you try again—because that is what makes you a writer.

About Barbara.

Barbara Casey is a partner in Strategic Media Books, and president of the Barbara Casey Agency, representing authors throughout the United States, Great Britain, Canada, and Japan. She is also a manuscript consultant and the author of numerous articles, poems, and short stories.

Her award-winning novels have received national recognition, including the Independent Publishers Book Award. Her novel, The House of Kane, was considered for a Pulitzer nomination, and The Gospel According to Prissy, also a contemporary adult novel received several awards including the prestigious IPPY Award for Best Regional Fiction. Her most recent young adult novel, The Cadence of Gypsies, received the Independent Publishers Living Now Award and was reviewed by the Smithsonian for its list of Best Books.

Ms. Casey makes her home on the top of a mountain in northwest Georgia with her husband and three dogs who adopted her: Benton, a hound-mix, Fitz, a miniature dachshund, and Gert, a Jack Russell terrier of sorts.

Barbara’s Website.


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Blog Tour! Review of ‘Over Easy’ by Pamela Ford.


Absolutely delighted to be today’s stop on Pamela Ford’s ‘The Continental Breakfast Club’ series blog tour, courtesy of iRead Book Tours!

over easy


Allie Parker’s had enough. Just because she’s a dog groomer, her overachieving family of doctors and lawyers treats her like a child. She’s convinced that a successful husband is all she needs to change their attitudes. So when she and her friends come up with a brilliant new way to meet eligible men, Allie squeezes into her sister’s stylish clothes and sneaks into continental breakfast at an upscale hotel to find herself the perfect guy.

Before Allie has taken her last bite of syrup-laden waffle, she’s met the man of her dreams. But what she doesn’t know is that he’s a jewel thief who mistakenly thinks she’s his contact—and so does everyone else who’s after his stash of diamonds.

Suddenly Allie’s world is crazily upended. And as she scrambles to prove her innocence and get back to her old life, she discovers happily ever after sneaks up when you least expect it.

What does TWG think?

To Allie’s family, she’s the baby; the one that needs to be reminded about basic things, the only member of the family to be deemed ‘unsuccessful’. She has her own business, what’s unsuccessful about that? Oh, wait, Allie doesn’t have the ‘successful’ husband that her parents so badly want her to have. A continental breakfast, two ladies and ‘the ideal man’, what could possibly go wrong?

Oh my gosh, what can I say! I had absolutely no idea what to expect when I saw the cover of the book. It gave nothing away which actually made me even more intrigued. I wanted to keep myself guessing so I didn’t read the blurb and dived straight into the book.

I absolutely ADORED Allie. She is so down to Earth, such fun and a complete ditz (in a nice way). I genuinely felt so sorry for her multiple times throughout the book as she drew the short straw more than once! Luck most certainly wasn’t on her side at all, as well as having her family pestering her, I am surprised she didn’t turn into the Hulk.

I found myself liking all of the main characters actually, which is rare for me haha. Each one had their own sparkle and brought different things to every situation and event within the book. I really liked the diversity Allie and her friends had. None of them were boring at all, so they all stood out.

‘Over Easy’ is one of those books that reviews will need to be meticulously written due to the amount of spoilers that could be written. Nobody likes spoilers! I am trying to be extra careful.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book, more than I thought I would to be honest. The first chapter took me a while to warm up to, but as the story progressed and situations became apparent, I relaxed and enjoyed the story properly.

Pamela has written such a fun, tongue in cheek book that gave me the giggles, made me cringe and had me sitting with my head in my hands (multiple times). To create such a varied reaction from one person in regards to a dog groomer, takes talent!

Over Easy is an enjoyable read that shows you what NOT to do in terms of trying to please other people. It’s also a book that you will want to curl up with, have a bar of chocolate and a cuppa, and just lose yourself in the magic of Pamela’s words. I cannot wait to begin the second book in the series!

Over Easy by Pamela Ford, is available to buy right now from: Amazon US//Amazon UK//Barnes & Noble

About the author.


Pamela Ford is the award-winning author of contemporary and historical romance. She grew up watching old movies, blissfully sighing over the romance; and reading sci-fi and adventure novels, vicariously living the action. The combination probably explains why the books she writes are romantic, happily-ever-afters with plenty of plot – and often lots of laughter.

After graduating from college with a degree in Advertising, Pam merrily set off to earn a living, searching for that perfect career as she became a graphic designer, print buyer, pantyhose sales rep, public relations specialist, copywriter, freelance writer – and finally author. Pam has won numerous awards including the Booksellers Best, the Laurel Wreath, and a gold medal IPPY in the Independent Book Publisher Awards. She is a Kindle Book Awards finalist and a two-time Golden Heart Finalist. She lives in Wisconsin where she is working on her next novel.

Connect with Pamela: Website//Twitter//Facebook//Goodreads