5 Reasons to FLOVE Book Boyfriends!!!

I love talking about my book boyfriends and there are sooooooooooo many of them to talk about. They run the gamut in looks, ages, careers, mannerisms, lifestyles, etc. That in and of itself is one reason to love them. Variety is the spice of life you know…at least where book boyfriends are concerned.

Now let’s look at 5 other reasons…

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Blog Tour Extra’s from Connected and Torn by Kim Karr

Kim has shared some fun stuff for you to check out for Connected and Torn…

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Blog Tour Giveaway: Torn by Kim Karr

Today you can enter to win an e-book copy of Torn by Kim Karr...

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Tamie Reviews: Torn (The Connected Series #2) by Kim Karr

The synopsis: 

Rock star River Wilde brought Dahlia London back from the brink of hopelessness with his unwavering love and devotion. But their entangled history is about to test the strength of their relationship…

Dahlia was certain she had found true love and met her “Once in a Lifetime’ when she reconnected with River. But Dahlia’s world comes crashing down when someone from her past resurfaces, and all of River’s carefully hidden secrets are exposed.

River wants to show Dahlia that life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass—it’s about dancing in the rain. But how many times can one broken heart be mended?  Will River and Dahlia be able to stay together or will they be torn apart?

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Man Candy Monday: River Wilde from Connected and Torn by Kim Karr

We all love book boyfriends, so Man Candy Monday is all about sharing the love…and the hot guys around by letting everyone know the book boyfriend you have been swooning over this last week, and why!

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Tamie’s Favorites: The Rockers

I have all kinds of book boyfriends that have all kinds of lifestyles, and careers, but for this week I’m going to share a few of my favorite rockers.

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Cover Reveal: Torn by Kim Karr

I’m happy to be sharing the cover reveal for Torn by Kim Karr.

This is book two in the Connections series. You can read my review of Connected here.

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