Wednesday, June 12, 2019

"Come A Little Closer" by Chrissy Brown


EXCERPT and GIVEAWAY
Come A Little Closer
(Georgia Boys Book 2)
by Chrissy Brown

Come A Little Closer (Georgia Boys Book 2)  by Chrissy Brown


Come A Little Closer is the second book in the Georgia Boys series by Chrissy Brown. Also available: Can’t Let Go (read my blog post) and Forever and Three Days.

Can’t Let Go by Chrissy BrownForever and Three Days by Chrissy Brown


This book blast and giveaway is hosted by Goddess Fish Promotions. Please be sure to visit the other participating blogs as well.


Description
Sophie was the love of my life. Okay, we were twelve the last time I saw her but still. I've tried everything to move on - whiskey, women, weed. Nothing seemed to fill the void.
Now, ten years later, she shows up out of the blue. The problem, I'm not the boy she used to know. I have a reputation that could ruin everything. Still, I have to try. Even if nothing happens between us, having Sophie in my life as a friend is better than not having her at all.
Come A Little Closer is the second installment in the Georgia Boys series. It can be read as a standalone novel.




Excerpt
I blush and shake my head. “We should get started on the bedroom.”
Kevin follows behind me, fiddling with his phone. I refill the paint tray and set it on the bedroom floor. Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You” starts playing. Kevin comes up behind me, puts his hands on my hips and begins to move them to the music. He presses against my back. My hands fall to my sides, and I tilt my head against his chest.
“This is not helping my walls get painted,” I whine.
“Come on, dance with me.” he pleads.
I turn around and stare into his eyes. It would be so easy to get lost in them but I can’t. I won’t. My hips stop moving, but Kevin’s still dancing. I raise the paintbrush that’s in my hand and slap him in the face with it. Slap sounds violent. It was more like I grazed him with cream colored paint while my hand slowly moved in front of his face. Kevin stops dancing. His jaw hangs open.
“Game on babe.”
[Want more? Click below to read a longer excerpt.]


Praise for the Book
“Plot flows effortlessly, it's quite quick paced so the pages just turn and turn. All in all I really enjoyed reading the story of Sophie and Kevin.” ~ Maria Loch-Bednarczyk
“This was a turbulent relationship but with a HEA. I would read more of Chrissy Brown’s work.” ~ N. Alexander
“There are two main characters, Sophie and Kevin, who alternated chapters so the reader gets to know both of them well. They are likable characters and it becomes apparent early on they will end up together. Through some twists and turns, as well as some typical male/female behavior, their relationship perseveres resulting in a happy ending. Excellent use of dialogue.” ~ P.R.
“A VERY sweet story that I thoroughly enjoyed, took me back to being a naive, but oh so passionately in love teenager.” ~ Kindle Customer
“This is the 1st book I've read written Chrissy Brown; she has done a great job at writing a good book; I will definitely be reading more of her books. The story line caught my attention at the very beginning and kept me interested throughout the entire book. I loved the chemistry between the characters.” ~ Jeanne Richardson




About the Author
Chrissy Brown
Chrissy Brown lives in Fort Myers, Florida, with her hubby, two beautiful girls, one dog who loves to cuddle and another dog who pees on everything. She enjoys going to hockey games, reading romance novels, and having “Netflix and Chill” nights.
She’s addicted to everything related to the amazing emotion of love and has been referred to as a “hopeless romantic”, which she took as a compliment. It may not have been and she’s okay with that.
Her Georgia Boys series is New Adult romance that has three novels published in 2019. She has a young adult romance standalone in the works as well as an erotic New Adult standalone started. She’s a busy writer, but she loves it.

Giveaway
Enter the tour-wide giveaway for a chance to win a $10 Amazon/B&N gift card.

Links
Amazon (Kindle Unlimited)

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