ALL THE WRONG PLACES by Randi Perrin is live!

Today we have the release day blitz for ALL THE WRONG PLACES,
a contemporary romance by Randi Perrin!
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American-born, Australian-raised Rachel Kennedy was born to be an actress–all the way down to her drama queen ways. But when a bad day leaves her life and her dream in ruins, she’s not sure what to do next. Her silver spoon-upbringing never prepared her for that.

With a bank account at nothing and an inability to pull off a convincing accent for casting directors, Rachel’s about to give up on everything. Not on her best friend’s watch. Lily is there to help her every step of the way–if the definition of help involves convincing her to take drastic measures, each one blowing up more than the one that came before.

Once Lily shoves Rachel into the let’s-get-drunk-and-screw-a-stranger phase, she winds up tangled in the arms of Christian Whitmore, a cop with a sinful smile, sexy stubble, and impeccable timing. He’s there to pick her up when she falls and to take her out for fish and chips at her favourite place.

But then again, so is his identical twin brother, Kevin. Double. Trouble.

Stuck at a major crossroads in her life, can Rachel ever find happiness again, or is she just looking in all the wrong places?

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Introducing Rachel Kennedy: Today’s community theatre actress, tomorrow’s star

I’m Lily May and I’m here with the hottest thing in this hemisphere, Ms. Rachel Kennedy. Let’s get to know our up-and-coming star with a little banter. She’s got excellent fashion sense, a hot car, and perfect pitch.

LM: Would you like to tell us who you are?

RK: You just told everybody who I am.

LM: *eye roll*

RK: *big, cheesy grin* I’m Rachel Kennedy.

LM: And you are…

RK: An actress.

LM: And…


LM: *sighs heavily* And American. You are American.

RK: *blushing* Yes, I’m American. Baseball is boring, though, and I don’t like apple pie.

LM: What brought you here to Aus?

RK: You know the answer to these questions.

LM: *sweeping gesture toward the audience* But they don’t. Talk to the people, Rach. Your people. Your audience.

RK: My dad is Australian, so after my mum died, he uprooted my entire life and decided to move back to his homeland.

LM: Have you always been an actress?

RK: Yes. My mum was an actress and I knew I wanted to be one too, follow in her shoes.

LM: Are her shoes as fancy as your five-inch Louboutins?

RK: We had more than enough money, but I don’t really remember her wearing designer shoes. She was more about flowers than shoes—we always had fresh flowers around. Those are my lucky audition shoes, don’t knock them.

LM: Knock them? Hell, I’d like to steal them.

RK: Stick your too-big foot in them and you’re dead.

LM: American, actress, hot—who is lucky enough to call themselves your best mate?

RK: *wraps an arm around LM’s neck* Why, that would be you. Duh.

LM: Do you see a conflict of interest in my being your best friend and conducting this interview?

RK: As if a conflict of interest has ever slowed you down before. I’ve seen you do way worse.

LM: You’ve been an accomplice to way worse.

RK: Shhhhh. Don’t go spilling my skeletons before I’m famous.

LM: Get ahead of them. Admit them. Go on, tell us what you do for a living. *nudges RK in the ribs*

RK: I’m a pole dancer, just like you, only I keep my knickers on.

LM: My knickers stay on, thank you very much. Everything else, well, that all depends on how big the notes are.

RK: Let’s get this straight right now, before she keeps going. I teach pole aerobics at the gym. Lily’s the stripper. Not me. I will not take off my clothes for money, no matter how desperate I get.

LM: You’ve clearly never been desperate enough.

RK: Let’s keep it that way. Desperation, like the color orange, doesn’t look good on me.

LM: Orange? There are a whole lot of colors that don’t go with that fiery, red hair.

RK: *checks the time on her phone* Can we wrap this up?

LM: Do you have somewhere more pressing to be?

RK: No, not really, but you’re boring me.

LM: Okay, okay … lightning round. What’s your dream role?

RK: Evita.

LM: Who is your girl crush?

RK: You, of course.

LM: Boy crush?

RK: My boyfriend, Mark. Right?

LM: You keep telling yourself that. He’s a douche.

RK: I love it when you have my back like that.

LM: Someday you’ll come crying to me and I’m just going to say, “I told you so.”

RK: Never. Not gonna happen. No need. We’re perfectly happy together.

LM: There you have it folks, a truly shallow interview with our next musical theatre superstar, the ever sweet and quite delusional, Rachel Kennedy. She is going places, you guys, so be sure to catch her at the community theatre here in Brisbane while you still can, before she leaves us to return to her birthplace to take her rightful place on Broadway. Goodnight folks!

Want to know all of Rachel’s story? Did Mark finally get his head screwed on straight and propose? Did she ever become desperate enough to strip? Pick up a copy of All the Wrong Places, out now at your favourite online retailer!

Meet Randi Perrin

English may be Randi’s first language, but she’s the most fluent in sarcasm, and it shows in her writing. She is known for creating snarky, realistic characters—badass heroines who can hold their own and flawed, yet lovable heroes. Like Randi, her characters run on caffeine and swear words.

Her characters are often built around dichotomy, much like Randi herself. Although she is the least romantic person in the world, she writes romance. She also refuses to pick a lane on the romance highway, sometimes writing contemporary, other times paranormal, but always smokin’ hot.

She is the author of the Earthbound Angels paranormal romance series, several contemporary romance novellas including Anticipating Temptation and Mi Amor, and a gay romance novella entitled Wreck You. She has also had several short stories published in anthologies. Her next full-length novel, a romantic comedy entitled All the Wrong Places, will be out in Summer 2019.

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REEL LOVE by Julie A. Richman is available now!

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Today we are delighted to be sharing New York Times bestselling author Julie A Richman’s all-new stand-alone contemporary romance,

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Is this Real Love or just Reel Love?


The moment I laid eyes on Finn Parker’s headshot, I knew that if this guy could act, I wanted him for the hero role in the film being made from my book, Fleeing an August Moon.

The tall, blond, and ruggedly handsome actor looked exactly like the picture I’d seen in my head the entire time I was writing the book.

The studio, however, had different thoughts on a leading man.

Box Office crusher, Maverick Dailey, made it clear that he wanted the role. The producers, studio, and everyone involved were thrilled to score such a celebrity. Well, everyone except me.

And it’s my vote that counts since, according to my contract I get final say on casting. Maverick is amazing, yet I’m just not sure…

It certainly didn’t help that Finn Parker and I seemed destined to cross paths. We ran into each other all over Hollywood. And the more time we spent together, the more the sparks between us flew. We had an intense chemistry, something I’d only ever read about in books like mine.

Which made me wonder, was I really falling for Finn or just living out a fantasy with a red-blooded, live version of my hot hero character?

It’s easy to confuse fiction for reality in Hollywood. Everything is not as it seems in this town.

Not to mention, Finn’s life would forever change if he landed the role. Which made me question how good of an actor he really was? Was he interested in me, or the role I had the power to give him?

Is this Real Love or just Reel Love?

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Excerpt – Prologue

© Julie A. Richman 2019
All rights reserved.


In Flight…

Holy crap, he’s perfect.

Not just like he’d be good for the role perfect, but like he stepped out of my head and onto my computer screen, perfect.

I can’t believe he even exists. Well, in real life, anyway.

This is him. The guy I’ve been seeing in my head for over three years now. But with a picture in front of me, it crystalizes all the details in such sharp focus, for the very first time. It’s like a layer of gauze was removed from the front of the lens of my mind’s eye, and here he is. I am looking at the face of the hero in my biggest-selling, and let’s face it, my only truly bestselling book.

Who is this man? I need to know more. I need to know everything. Now.

Finn Parker.

Good name. Obviously fake, but, nonetheless, good.

Those eyes. They are Griffin’s eyes. I am finally staring into his clear blue eyes, studying the deep blue rings edging his irises, looking exactly like what I’d described the very first time Briela gazed up at him when they were just kids. Sky blue meeting a horizon line containing the ocean’s power and depth was how I described them when the two meet again as adults. I have written many pages about these eyes.

Finn Parker, your eyes are killing me. Like I’m afraid to breathe, killing me.

A slight quiver in my hands radiates to my now-twitching fingertips as they hang, as if in suspended animation, just above the keyboard, choking, fearful that if I don’t poke the keys with just the right finesse, he will disappear and be gone — forever. And I’m not ready to lose this flesh and blood version of the man who has invaded my thoughts for so long.

And what if I don’t find him again? A moment of panic ensues as if I’m about to lose my raison d’être. Or maybe just lose my shit. Or my mind.

What the hell is wrong with me?

His freaking picture and bio are in an email sent to me by the studio’s casting department. He is not disappearing into thin air, never to be found again.

Get ahold of yourself, woman.


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Meet Julie

USA TODAY Bestselling author Julie A. Richman is a native New Yorker living deep in the heart of Texas, home to great music, BBQ, and awesome Tex-Mex. An award-winning nature photographer plagued with insatiable wanderlust, Julie spent many years scratching the travel itch while helping non-profit organizations and corporations with their marketing and advertising programs.

Currently, Julie has published Searching for Moore, Moore to Lose, Moore than Forever, Bad Son Rising, Needing Moore:The Complete Series, Henry’s End, Slave to Love, The Do-Over and Love on the Edge of Time. She has works included in Pink Shades of Words 2014 & 2015, Tempting Fate Boxed Set, Intense Boxed Set, Intense 2 Boxed Set and the Cocktales Anthology.

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THE ACCIDENTAL GIRLFRIEND by Emma Hart is available now!


The Accidental Girlfriend, an all-new hilarious romantic comedy from New York Times bestselling author Emma Hart is available now!



THE ACCIDENTAL GIRLFRIEND - DRAFT1 (1).jpgTop Tip: Don’t put out an online ad offering your services as a fake date. Someone will take you up on it.

And it won’t just be for one night.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how I ended up being Mason Jackson’s fake girlfriend.

He didn’t even want me to be. No—his sister was solely responsible for me being his date for his ten-year high school reunion.

Now, she’s responsible for telling his parents our relationship is real.

We have no choice. We have to act like this isn’t all a mistake, like it’s not all fake, like we’re totally, completely, utterly, head-over-heels in love with each other.

Simple, right?



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Reviewed by Anna on behalf of KFF

This latest offering from Emma Hart is a truly entertaining read. Full of witty banter and sarcastic jibes with a lot of attitude you will totally enjoy this one.

Lauren Green a bartender has been single for a while and her friends are dying for her to get some action. With her demanding and dramatic family, she thinks she has more than enough on her plate and is happy to spend her evenings quietly watching TV and keeping her cat, Henry, company. One drunken night with the girls managed to convince her to put out an ad as a fake girlfriend. Surprise, surprise! When she meets Mason, things get more interesting.

After his girlfriend of six years cheated on him, Mason Jackson is quite happy to remain single for a long time until his meddling sister answered Lauren’s ad and got him a fake girlfriend for his school reunion. It started as a fake date but he finds himself having some real feelings on Lauren.

Told from dual points of view, this light-hearted romance is full of funny quips and humorous banter; it is packed with quirky, witty and hilarious characters. There is no dull moment with Lauren and every line she utters will either make you giggle or laugh out loud. I love her strong persona, ballsy attitude and oozing confidence, girl power to the max!

Mason is the perfect match for Lauren even though he was a bit emotionally disconnected at first, but her charming and feisty ways won him in the end. It’s not only Mason and Lauren who provides the laughter in this book; Henry the cat, is a hoot and Mason’s family members are an odd bunch of people but somewhat lovable. It is a wild and wonderful world when you join in on the Jackson family get-togethers. I would have preferred to have a strong antagonist to give this book more bite as Mason’s ex-girlfriend hardly makes a dent on the story but all in all, their love story will keep you in stitches. This romcom is a sure winner.

EmmaHart.jpgEmma Hart is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty novels and has been translated into several different languages.

She is a mother, wife, lover of wine, Pink Goddess, and valiant rescuer of wild baby hedgehogs.

Emma prides herself on her realistic, snarky smut, with comebacks that would make a PMS-ing teenage girl proud.

Yes, really. She’s that sarcastic.

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