Tantalizing Tuesdays: Rugby Demigod – S. R.

Hello Peeps!!! Happy Tuesday!!!

I am having a super huge hangover from Tamie’s Man Candy Monday yesterday and I realize, since we are still on the week of Katy Evan’s MINE Blog Tour why don’t we feature more REMINGTON TATE and continue to swoon.

So today it’s my pleasure to feature an English professional Rugby League footballer, fitness model and a personal trainerStuart Reardon. I have a very dear friend who is totally obsessed with this yummy lad. *cough*Dana*cough*@smuttastic*cough* LOL
A lot has been lusting over this guy and sees him as RIPTIDE!

Hmmm. Check out a few of my favorite photos of him…

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Elena and Tamie Review: Ruin by Rachel Van Dyken

Ruin Cover

The synopsis:

I’m not your typical girl. I’ve been running away from the memories that haunt me for so long that depression has become my only comfort. I was content in the darkness…until Wes Michals offered to be my light.

I didn’t know that time wasn’t my ally — that every second that ticked past was one step closer to the end of something that was beginning to mean the end of myself. He tried to warn me. He promised me all he was able to offer–each moment as it came–but it would never be enough.

Sometimes when you think it’s the end, it’s only the beginning. Wes thought he could save me, but in giving me everything, he ruined me. Because after one kiss, one touch, I couldn’t–I wouldn’t ever be the same.

And from that moment on, his heartbeat became my own.

Elena’s Review:

“You rescued me and I found my ruin. ” I bit down on my lip.”I’m ruined for you — and I won’t ever be the same. It’s the greatest gift anyone’s ever given me.”

I’ll start by saying that Rachel Van Dyken is one of the BEST Authors out there, hands down. I feel I can’t even find the right words to describe how much I loved this book, because, really, I loved it SO MUCH. I’m ruined for this novel. In the best way possible. Weston and Kiersten’s story is one of those romances that leave a deep mark on you, a romance you can’t but carry in your heart.

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