Monday, May 5, 2014

Release Day Is Here: The Whole JAMETT & JOSEPH Series Is Available!

I'm so excited to say my Jamett & Joseph Series is complete and available for all my contemporary romance fans out there - and just in time for Mother's Day!

I hope you enjoy this series as much as I do...I really think you're going to fall in LOVE with my hero, Joseph Scarbrough. In fact, I'm so sure you'll love him so much, that I'm giving away the first book for FREE!

**NOTE** If you haven't yet read the first two books of the Jamett & Joseph Series, be warned that you'll be missing out on pertinent information about the hero and heroine's relationship leading up to the final heartwarming and amazing HEA ending of book 3.

The Gift of Something Grand, Book #3

Available at: AmazonSmashwords | ARe (more to come...)

When those three little words aren't enough.

Jamie Sutherland finds herself falling in love with her irresistible next-door neighbor, Joseph Scarbrough. No surprise there. But when she wakes up in his bed, she's stunned that even in her sleep, she can't resist him.

As their relationship heats up, Joseph gives Jamie a key to his apartment and he finally gives Caroline, his relentless ex-girlfriend, the boot. Jamie's excited to think he just might be the one.

But how do you tell the man of your dreams you love him when he insists that he can't fall in love?

The Start of Something Good, Book #1

Available at: Amazon | B&N | iBooks | Smashwords | ARe | Kobo
FREE - limited time only!

Who knew Mr. Right lived right next door?

Jamie Sutherland, coffee shop owner and serial ruined-relationship survivor, moves into a beautiful loft apartment for a change of scenery. What she doesn’t plan on getting is an eye-full of her handsome next-door neighbor—in nothing but a towel—arguing with his significant other in the hallway.

Joseph Scarbrough's world crashes down on him one cruel morning when his childhood sweetheart rips his heart out of his chest and walks away. His humiliation isn't complete until he turns around to pick up the pieces and sees a beautiful brunette who just witnessed his Dear John moment.

Caught in an awkward situation, the two backpedal into their separate worlds. But fate seems determined to make their worlds collide on a regular basis. Is it destiny just being clumsy when it comes to the two unlikely neighbors or is it the start of something good?

“…a witty, poignant contemporary romance that you will hate to see end. This sweet, innocent tale takes you along for the ride as life takes two people on the path from friendship to love. Dealing with the choices in life, friendship, family, love, loss and gain, this fun, flirty story will touch your heart and tickle your funny bone.”
5 Blue Ribbons ~ Romance Junkies

“The author has a wonderful capability of evoking all of the reader’s senses in a such subtle way that encourages reading this perfectly paced story in one sitting. A light and easy read, this alternately hilarious and heartwarming story is definitely the start of something good!"
4 STARS! ~ Night Owl Reviews

"I've just finished The Start of Something Good. I sure the heck hope that Book 2 is out soon because I don't know that I can wait!! That was one of the best sweet stories that I've had the privilege of reading in a long time. It was really easy to develop an emotional connection with the characters, as well. I love the premise and I can't wait to see how Jaime and Joseph's relationship progresses."
5 STARS! ~ Liz from Coffee Beans & Love Scenes

The Road To Something Better, Book #2

Available at: Amazon | B&N | iBooks | Smashwords | ARe | Kobo coming soon...

The road less traveled never had so many bumps.

Jamie Sutherland never expects to connect with her sexy-as-sin neighbor, Joseph Scarbrough, especially after all the failed relationships she’s suffered. Not only does she find out he’s not quite “the player” she believed him to be, but that his heart bears scars much deeper than her own. Ready to take a chance on this unlikely match, she eagerly awaits their upcoming date and hopes that Joseph is the very companion she’s been waiting for all her life.
Time and time again, the comical sporadic encounters resume in their loft apartment complex and Joseph eventually reveals that he is the building superintendent in a very unforgettable, Lucky-in-the-Diet-Coke-commercial fashion.

While he's proficient in fixing Jamie’s clogged sink, he's not all that great at leaving his past behind. When Caroline, his yuppy ex-girlfriend, makes another surprise visit, Jamie's road to something better gets a little rocky.

Will Joseph choose the familiar woman with whom he had a history, or the loyal friend who's given him a future?

“The chemistry pulses from the page…pure magic!”
5 Blue Ribbons ~ Romance Junkies

And don't forget to enter my giveaway for your chance to win one of my backlist books. Three (3) separate lucky winners will have their choice of the following prizes in kindle or nook format:
  • The Temperate Warrior (Warrior Saga Series, Book #1)
  • Silent Partner


Robin Driscoll said...

The most memorable date I have been on was my first date with my husband. I had just met him and he bought us lunch at a local Italian deli and we ate at a park. We ended up talking for hours and have never been apart since.

Teresa Riley said...

My most memorable date... Was actually in my younger/wilder days. I was dating an "exotic dancer" and he included me in one of his performances. He asked me to come see his new performance and then we where going out after that. To say the lease, and not to get into the details... I had a VERY memorable evening! *grin*

Renee Vincent said...

LOVE that story, Robin!! Thanks for sharing and good luck in the contest!

OMGosh, Teresa! I can't even imagine the fun you had with the erotic dancer. I'm smiling just thinking about it....thanks for sharing this AWESOME date story!

tammy ramey said...

when i was first dating my husband he was working on becoming a singer and song writer. we lived in a town that had a river(the Snake)that ran thru the middle of it. his family owned a piece of property on the river and on our first date he took me to dinner and then he took me there,turned on the radio and we danced under the stars while the music played and he sang to me. it was very romantic. then he drove me home and about an hour later (it was like 3am) the phone rang and he said he just wanted to hear my voice one more time before he went to sleep.
the next day he came by before work with a song he had written for me. i still have it, framed and hanging on my wall.
even though we are no longer together we are still friends and still keep in touch. he is a great guy and his girlfiend is very sweet.

tammy ramey