Posted in Blog Tour, Contemporary Romance

Melt For You by J.T. Geissinger #BlogTour #BookReview @JTGeissinger @InkSlingerPR

Hi all! Had a random thought when I was writing my review for this wonderful laugh out loud romance… what do people think of the American accent? The hot male character in this book has a Scottish accent, and as an American I find that quite intriguing… so that led me to think what do people think of the American accent? I find it quite boring, with the exception of a few southern accents that are actually quite charming…. thoughts?

And without further nonsense, here is my stop on the blog tour!😍


A wallflower gets seduction tips from a playboy athlete—until love changes the rules.

Socially awkward Joellen Bixby has a date every Saturday—with her cat, a pint of ice cream, and fantasies of the way-too-handsome Michael Maddox. She’d give anything to win over the unattainable CEO of her firm, but how can she when she blends in so well with her cubicle? The answer may be closer than she thinks.

Cameron McGregor is a cocky, tattooed Scottish rugby captain who just moved in next door. He’s not Jo’s type—at all—but the notorious playboy is offering to teach the wallflower everything he knows about inspiring desire. Though a lot of women have rumpled Cam’s kilt, Jo is special. Far from the ugly duckling she thinks she is, in Cam’s eyes she’s sharp, funny, and effortlessly sexy. Now, thanks to him, Jo is blooming with confidence and has the man of her dreams within reach.

Unfortunately for Cam, he’s just helped to push the woman of his dreams into the arms of another man—and now he’s in the fight of his life to keep this beauty from getting away.

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About J.T. Geissinger

A former headhunter, J.T. Geissinger is the author of more than a dozen novels in contemporary romance, paranormal romance, and romantic suspense.

She is the recipient of the Prism Award for Best First Book, the Golden Quill Award for Best Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, and is a two-time finalist for the RITA® Award from the Romance Writers of America®. Her work has also finaled in the Booksellers’ Best, National Readers’ Choice, and Daphne du Maurier Awards.

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4 Melting With Laughter Stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟

Fabulous romance with a huge side of humor… nothing like a hot guy, with a killer accent, who can make you laugh….Cam was all that and more… but he was not the man that JoEllen has been crushing on for the past 10 years…. A ten-year crush, can you imagine?

JoEllen really needs to find some confidence, and it does not help that she has been in love with her boss for the past 10 years… so when she finds out he is getting divorced, she is elated, this is her chance… but how? Cam is her obnoxious new neighbor, but he is a player and offers to help Jo win her man…. problem….. Cam starts developing feelings for Jo…. also his lessons are helping Jo out quite a bit… she has much more confidence and has caught the eye of the man of her dreams Michael….

Loved this slow burning romance…. so many laugh out loud moments, and I could just hear that Scottish accent in my head…. always wonder what people think of the American accent? Has nothing to do with the book, just a random thought…. anyways I digress…. Jo was such a fun and fabulous girl I just could not understand why she doubted her self so much… it was lovely to see her blossom in the capable hands of Cameron… Cam was such a fantastic guy, he just excepted people for what they are, flaws and all…. and Michael, well he is the dream guy, right? And no worries this is not a love triangle situation, it’s just a fun slow burning romance filled with humor and love….

Absolutely recommend to fans of slow burning romance with the fore mentioned humor😍😂

*** thank you so much to the publisher and Net Galley for a copy of this lovely book ***

Laugh and Love, Berit 💛

Posted in Blog Tour, Mystery

Blood Runs Cold by Dylan Young #BlogBlitz #BookReview @dyoungwrites @bookouture

How is it already Thursday? Today I am thrilled to be part of the blog blitz for this intriguingly dark police procedural… i’d like to thank Noelle for the invite and Dylan young for his wonderful words📚🖤



Author:  Dylan Young


She had stopped crying. There was no window, the walls were smooth and it was quiet. She didn’t want to be alone. But she didn’t want him to come back.

On a bright spring morning, walkers find a tattered plastic bag half-buried in the rolling hills of Somerset. Inside lie a collection of bones; human, but too thin and light to be an adult’s.

The bones belong to Rosie Dawson, a little girl who disappeared ten years ago. Detective Anna Gwynne is back at work after a case that nearly cost her her life. The trail is stone cold, but Anna will stop at nothing to find the killer, and escape thoughts of her own dark past.

Then another little girl is abducted near a river bank on the hottest day of the year, and her sister can’t remember anything about the man who took her. Nobody thinks the cases are connected, but then Anna finds a photo of her that matches an old one of Rosie. In the same dark room. The same concrete walls. The same stony floor.

The killer is bragging.

With just two photos and a witness too young to help, can Anna find the killer in time to save a little girl’s life?

A heart-pounding thriller that will get right under your skin. If you love Karin Slaughter, Robert Dugoni and Angela Marsons you’ll love this killer crime thriller.

~My Review~

4 Cold Blooded Stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟

Full disclosure I did not read the first book in this series, so I might have missed some character development when it comes to Anna…. this is a police procedural and the second book in the Anna Gwynne series….

I liked Anna as a character, but I wanted to know her better… in fact really the main complaint I had with the book is I felt a bit of disconnect with Anna and all the secondary characters…. I would have liked to see them fleshed out better and perhaps they were in the first book or will be in future books… there were a couple relationships I found quite intriguing…. the first is Anna and Hector Shaw a convicted serial killer… shades of “Silence of the Lambs…” and it looks as though Hector will be an important part of the next book… i’m also hoping to see more of Dr. Hawly … suspect turned consultant turned possible love interest?

A girl is abducted in Scotland at the same time bones are discovered from a 10-year-old local abduction…. then pictures are found on the dark web of both girls in the same room… how are these cases connected? And will they find Blair alive? Plenty of twists and turns, and an ending I did not see coming….

Recommend two fans of police procedurals with some intriguing relationships…

*** thank you to Bookouture and Net Galley for a copy of this book ***

Stay connected, Berit 💛


018-Dyl-018Author Bio:

Dylan Young grew up in a mining village in South Wales before boarding a train for university in London. A career in the NHS followed, but the urge to write never went away. Three dark psychological thrillers for Random House emerged in the late nineties, two of which were made into BBC films. Over the last decade, under different pseudonyms, he’s written children’s books and an adult contemporary fantasy series. But his liking for crime (writing) never died. Book 1 in the Detective Anne Gwynne crime thriller series, The Silent Girls, and Book 2, Blood Runs Cold, are available now.

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