RELEASE BLITZ: Blame It On the Tequila by Fiona Cole
The world loves him and his music, but I loved him first.
Blame it on the Tequila by Fiona Cole is now live!
It started on a dance floor after too much tequila and ended with looking into the handsome face I never thought I'd see again. In-person, at least.
I saw his face all the time on magazine covers.
To the world, he's Parker Callahan- famous rockstar.
To me, he was the boy I loved, the stepbrother who left me behind to follow his dreams.
After our tequila-fueled encounter, he wants me back but that's not a road I'm ready to walk down again. He broke my heart once, and even five years later, I'm not sure I could handle another blow.
When a once-in-a-lifetime offer comes my way, even my broken heart isn't enough for me to be able to turn it down. I agree to join the band's tour and help Parker write his next album--but this time I'm not falling in love.
This time I'll walk away.
If there is one thing life has taught me, it's that love never goes to plan--especially when Parker is involved.
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Fiona Cole is a military wife and a stay at home mom with degrees in biology and chemistry. As much as she loved science, she decided to postpone her career to stay at home with her two little girls, and immersed herself in the world of books until finally deciding to write her own.
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With shots if tequila under her belt, she was fearless, she was SuperNova. Nova and Parker's relationship was rife with all the angst from the beginning. Step-siblings, no way related, but burning for each other. Together they shined and dreams came true, but one would burn brighter than the rest. Apart they thrived knowing that a piece was always missing but when fate brought them back together the stakes were higher. They either had to confront their past or burn into eternity.
Nova and Parker's story drew me in from the beginning. This story had heart and you couldn't help but cheer them together. The highs were high, the lows were low, and man, did they heat up the pages and created their own poetry. I fell in love with this couple.
"I took in every soft edge and elegant arch of her face, letting it etch itself on my soul and shine on the warmth that somehow grew each time I was with her. How did something so big keep growing inside me? She’d planted the seeds when we first met, and it twined with my veins, becoming a part of me, filling me to overflowing." ~ Parker