Macon – Blog Tour

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Title: Macon

Author: Marie James

Genre: Contemporary Romance

About Macon:

Tossing a middle finger to Macon, Georgia as I made my way to Nashville was always the dream. Sing country music, go on tour, top the charts—with my popularity growing every day, I was on my way.

But then a gust of wind blew up your skirt, and those white cotton panties had me hooked. I didn’t know your name, and you turned down every attempt I tried to throw your way. But I knew you were different, even though you told me I was the same.

“Friends” is what you offered, and I played by your rules, but, Adelaide Hatfield, you have to know, from that day, it was only you.

I just hope I can make you see how much you mean to me before we both drown in the sorrow of what heartbreak can truly be.

 

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About the Author:

Marie James is a full-time, working mother of two boys and wife of 13 years. She’s spent almost her entire lifetime living in central Texas, with only short stays in South Carolina, Alabama, and Florida. She’s always wanted to write novels and currently has 16 titles under her belt. Her passions include reading everything under the sun and plotting out new books to write in the future.

 

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Blog Tour Schedule:

September 15th

Seraphim Book Reviews Review

The Red Hatter Book Blog Review

Torie’s Book Obsession Excerpt

September 16th

Book Boyfriend Reviews Review

Night and Day Book blog Excerpt

Smut Lovers Wonderland Excerpt

September 17th

Books,Dreams,Life Dreamcast

Feel the Book Excerpt

September 18th

FOUR CHICKS FLIPPING PAGES Excerpt

Adventures in Writing Excerpt

September 19th

Words We Love By Excerpt

September 20th

Two Unruly Girls Review

MI Bookshelf Review

iScream Books Blog Review

September 21st

Lauren’s Crammed Bookshelf Review

Sweet Red Reads Review

Septemeber 22nd

Book Haven Book Blog Review

September 23rd

Brittany’s Book Blog Playlist

Those Crazy Book Chicks Excerpt

September 24th

Evermore Books Excerpt

Evermore Books Excerpt

September 25th

Book Junkiez Excerpt

Lover of Big Books Cannot Lie Review

September 26th

Pardon My Blurb Review

Beneath The Covers Blog Excerpt

Geri Slavinsky Review

September 27th

Ramblings From This Chick Excerpt

Fictional Rendezvous Book Blog Excerpt

Jax’s Book Magic Excerpt

September 28th

G & T’s Indie Café Excerpt

Fictional Rendezvous Book Blog Excerpt

a geordielass honest blog on reviews Review

Short and Sassy Book Blurbs Review

EXCERPT

“Friends don’t do that,” I pant as I push him away.

My eyes never leave his lips, and I feel the brush of his tongue deep in my soul as it licks away my taste. He’s temptation personified, and thinking around him is hard enough without his hands and mouth on me.

“I don’t want to be your friend.”

My eyes dart up to his, my heart cracking at his words.

He reaches for my hand, and I pull away from him, taking a staggering step back.

“I want so much more from you,” he qualifies.

“You don’t date,” I counter.

“I can try.” The hope in his eyes almost has me agreeing, but I know his kind. Even if I didn’t have firsthand experience, I couldn’t take a chance on someone with a greater chance of hurting me than being able to live up to my expectations, but, man, did I want him to be that person.

“Try?” I don’t bother to hide the frown that draws my eyebrows in. “You want me to risk my heart—my virginity—on you trying?”

“Virgin?” He shakes his head, and I bristle at the disbelief in his voice.

“Yes. You don’t have to say it like that. They exist. We aren’t unicorns.”

“Just as mystical these days,” he mutters, taking a step back.

I expected a maniacal grin to turn his lips up, expected the thrill of conquering a challenge no other man has managed to fill his eyes, but he seems more turned off by it than anything. It makes no sense, and that annoys me even more. It’s unexpected, and makes me feel like he thinks I’m unworthy of the fight.

“How does that happen at…what, twenty? Twenty-one?”

“Twenty-one,” I confirm. “My father is also a pastor, so if there’s any other reason for you to run away scared, that should be the icing on the cake.”

“Wow,” he mutters. “Let’s head back to my truck.”

He turns in the direction we just came, and I follow.

“So you can take me home?” I frown at his back, feeling all of the rejection I’d laid at his feet ten minutes ago.

“So I can take a seat. You just put a lot on my plate.”

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