Today is the release day blitz for AMERICAN HONEY. This is an anthology featuring stories from 10 bestselling authors.
WALK ME DOWN by H.J. Bellus
The summer that saved Tess. A hot country romance.
DIRT ROAD SUMMER by Ashley Johnson
Unexpected hometown love in the summer.
BEING NEIGHBORLY by Carey Heywood
Southern boy tries not to fall for his city girl neighbor
ONE SOUTHERN NIGHT by Marissa Carmel
Star quarterback and sassy city girl blow the whistle on the fifty yard line.
TANGLED VINES by Melissa Collins
A story of twists and turns all tangled together on a vineyard. Owen and Elle learn about each other as they navigate their way through a new business partnership.
THE REEDUCATION OF SAVANNAH MCGUIRE by Heidi McLaughlin
Southern boy reeducates his childhood best friend on life, love and freedom.
FINDING OURS by Megan Smith
Two people destined to be in love, forbidden to be together.
REMEMBER TONIGHT by Chelsea Landon
Farmers daughter shows a champion bull rider the ride of his life
PLAY IT AGAIN by Scarlett Metal
City girl falls for small town boy. Can their relationship survive their differences?
THE STORM by Jennifer Foor
An empty hotel
A summer storm
One night they’ll never forget.
My Review of One Southern Night by Marissa Carmel
One Southern was a really fun story! Despite it’s length, Marissa delivers a well written, detailed story between Kam and Laney. Lainey was a fun city girl transplanted to Alabama. She was smart mouthed, and sassy when it came to Kam; she wasn’t going to be “another touchdown in his end zone.” Kam was our QB can-do-no-wrong on the field or off…until he’s sidelined. I really liked seeing Laney and Kam’s relationship go from the flirty/she really wouldn’t give him the time of day to the I’ll give him a shot, he’s not as bad as I thought. I liked that her feelings didn’t change over night. We did get to see a friendship develop first. I REALLY liked these two together, Marissa writes awesome couples. I do want more Kam and Laney and I’d love to see more from them…and I’m not above tying Marissa to her computer (or phone) and making her write more about them!
I WANT MORE
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