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Title: FIGHTING GRAVITY
Author: Julie Adams
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release: August 7
About FIGHTING GRAVITYLily:
A man dubbed The Playboy of Paris is the last thing I need.
I came to Paris needing an ocean and a language between me and my past.
I need to learn to live again without fear.
Then Tragedy strikes again. I guess some people are just magnets for bad luck.
The only silver lining is the gorgeous man who literally broke down a door to save me.
Can I trust him? Can I trust myself?
Paris is as much me as I am it. We bleed into each other's veins.
Running one of the biggest indie record labels is stressful,
and I forget myself with good music and fast women.
I never meant to save her. And I damn sure didn't mean to fall in love with her.
Not with the secret I'm keeping.
Lies, lust, and love happen unexpectedly in The City of Light.
Full-length and standalone, with steamy scenes and a HEA
“Yes. I get it. I would do anything to keep her safe.” Nathan looks at him steady and serious.
“Good,” Brent says and sinks into a chair at the table. Exhausted. “What a way start to the day,” He grumbles throwing his coffee back like a shot.
I hand a coffee cup to Nathan. “I know you both think I’m crazy but I don’t have a good feeling about this,” I say quietly, so only Nathan and an eavesdropping Beth can hear. Brent’s got enough on his mind.
“Not crazy, mon amour. Overly cautious with good reason.” He says pulling me into his side. “And it’s rubbing off on me. At this rate, I’ll be building you a tower in the middle of the French Province that can only be accessed by rope ladder or helicopter. You don’t know anyone who has one of those do you?”
“Helicopter or tower?” I ask over the rim of my cup.
“Enough with the kinky sex games you two, get some breakfast.” Beth interrupts causing Brent to make loud gagging noises.
“No appetite now.” He says.
What a child.
“It’s probably a genetic thing,” Beth winks and cuts him a piece of quiche while he puts sausages on his plate.
“Now I’ve lost my appetite.” I groan.
“Well, I’m still starving and this looks amazing, thank you, Beth,” Nathan says taking the chair furthest from Brent, just in case.
“Finally, someone who appreciates my conversation and cooking.” Beth beams. “Keep him, won’t you?” She asks me with a hand to her heart.
“Sure, but breakfast will be had elsewhere after this little debacle.” I tease taking a seat at the table.
“So American, not talking about sex at the table,” Beth chides sitting.
“Honey, I think that applies everywhere, especially when one or more at the table is related.” Brent says in an exaggerated patient voice that’s both pointed and comical.
She responds by giving him an adorable kissy face, that of course, he kisses.
I roll my eyes even as I smile for them. They are complete couple goals even when they’re trying to so slyly distract me.
Nathan’s hand finds my thigh under the table and he gives it a little squeeze, meeting my eyes, he winks.
I try to stifle my smile, trying not to be as nauseatingly cute as the two across from us, but I fail. Even the anxiety I feel is replaced by a different feeling for a moment.
Enter the Giveaway
About Julie Adams
Julie is an author of contemporary romance novels and lives in the Midwest with her family. You can usually find her with coffee and some kind of electronic device that she can read e-books on while chasing her toddler. She stays up too late writing, watching television, browsing social media, and planning her travel bucket list