Monday, December 1, 2014

Release Day and Review + Excerpt: Tell Me You Want Forever by Amelia James


Bestselling romance Tell Me You Want Me gets a steamy sequel....

Notorious heartbreaker Austin Sinclair vowed he'd never fall in love, but all that changed when he met his Janie. They're living their happily ever after... until an unexpected threat tears them apart.

Austin is desperate to get Janie back, but fails miserably. He's said 'I love you' so often Janie doesn't care anymore, and getting her in his bed to prove it seems impossible. His old life beckons. Could he be that guy again?

Jane scored big when she landed Austin, but now she faces a temptation she never expected—one that makes her question what she really wants from love. Staying in a relationship with him requires all the strength she has. She's tired, and giving in to someone else would be so easy.

Each hopes that something will change, that the other will give in, but it's going to take both of them—together—to overcome 

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“Where’d you get your determination, lass?”
Both her mother and Austin called her the most stubborn person they’d ever known, but she’d never thought about how she got to be that way. “Probably from arguing with people all my life. My mom always told me I couldn’t do things, so I did them to spite her.”
He rubbed the ever-present stubble on his jaw. “What about your boyfriend?”
Austin had never denied her anything—until now. “I fight with him, too.”
“Fighting is good foreplay.” The rebellious curl had come loose again, teasing his sparkling eyes.
“That’s what he says.” An urge to hit something coiled up inside her. “What is it with men and pissing women off?”
He smiled and his Celtic burr ignited her senses. “We love to arouse all your passions.”
Well damn if that wasn’t the toe-curlingest thing Finn—or any man—had ever said to her. Her face flamed as she spun and grabbed a towel, wiping beads of sweat from the back of her neck, and hoping he hadn’t noticed the flush that surely colored her cheeks. “Do you smell something burning?”
He laughed behind her. “No.”
What’s happening to me? She loved Austin, but a few simple words from a guy she had no business taking a second look at made her hotter than the screaming oven.
She pulled her cake out and cut an individual dessert-sized portion with a ring mold. It crumbled on the plate as she poked a fork in to taste it. “Dry. We let it go too long.”
Finn tasted his and nodded. “How do we save a dry cake?”
She focused her thoughts on the culinary problem at hand. “Chocolate sauce.”
“Aye. Chocolate has many useful purposes.” His beguiling smile reappeared.
He’s definitely flirting.
 My Review: 

Tell Me You Want Forever is the 3rd book in the College Romance series. Once again, Amelia James combines a steamy romance with a story built in that makes you fall in love with the characters. We first met Austin and Jane in Tell Me You Want Me and I was thrilled when I found out that their story wasn’t over. I had a hard time putting this book down once I started. A few times I didn’t have a choice… I couldn’t see…what the hell? This is a romance book, I’m not supposed to cry! I love when an author surprises me by making me feel something I never expected. If you’re looking for a great story full of emotion and scorching romance, then this is definitely the book for you!

About the Author: 

I got hooked on trashy romance novels in junior high, but my mom took them away from me, But she couldn’t stop me from daydreaming. After I got married, I wrote some of my naughtier daydreams down and sent them to Playgirl magazine. Two of them got published. I kept daydreaming and writing stories until my dirty stories turned into trashy books.

I live in Colorado, but I’ll always be a loyal Wisconsin Cheesehead. When I’m not lusting after my next bad boy hero, I’m looking for inspiration in sci-fi and action movies, football players, morally ambiguous lawyers, muscle cars, and kick-butt chicks.

You can find me on Facebook, and on Twitter I’m known as Trashy Writer. I call myself a trashy writer because I want my readers to know that I enjoy mindless escapism as much as they do. I’m not out to win a Pulitzer Prize. (But I'm an award-winning finalist in erotica, USA Book News 2012.) I just want to help someone relax and get away from it all for a little while. I write romance, erotica and trash for fun and pleasure.

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