Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Sequel to All I'll Ever Need

So Every Breath I Take - the sequel to All I'll Ever Need is available for early download. But why wait? Leave a comment below with your email addy and I'll draw your name on March 17th - (if you have the luck of the Irish!).
If you win and you haven't read All I'll Ever Need I'll even send you an ebook copy of that too! Howzat?

Here's the blurb:

 Troy Kendall was a bad boy, an addict with attitude, but, since Detective Mark McLennan entered his life, all he wants to do is help others—even if they really don’t want him to.

Life for a recovering drug addict isn’t easy. Fortunately for Troy Kendall, he has handsome Detective Mark McLennan to lean on for love and support. When Mark asks Troy to move in with him, Troy is over the moon, sure that now his future will be everything he has dreamed of.
Now that he’s able to think about the bigger picture without himself as the main feature, he starts taking an interest in others. Like his ex-roommate Kevin. Troy feels a bit guilty about finding happiness when it’s obvious Kevin is lonely and miserable. Or Teresa, the food server working at the corner diner. Troy is sure she’s a victim of domestic abuse.
Ignoring Mark’s opinion that he’s being annoyingly nosy, Troy goes on a mission to try to help those he feels are lacking in the happiness department. He’s given excuses from Teresa when he asks her how she came by all the cuts and bruises he sees her suffering from on a daily basis. Is it the boyfriend or her domineering father who’s making Teresa’s life a misery?
After a conversation over a drink with Kevin, he’s worried that his ex-roomie is on the verge of signing up for gay conversion therapy. When Kevin goes missing, Troy and Mark along with Kevin’s new roommate, Roger, go on a search that leads them to a basement in the suburbs where a homophobic couple are holding Kevin captive.
Is Troy’s plan to find happiness for others doomed to failure? Or can he and his friends change the course of disaster both Kevin and Teresa are on?
Publisher's Note: This book is best read as a sequel to All I'll Ever Need.

Good luck to all!



18 comments:

  1. I haven't read the first one yet but this sounds so good I will have to fix that real soon!

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  2. Talk about a great prize!! Thank you for the giveaway and the chance to win.
    npat78@yahoo.com

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  3. Would love to read both books

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  4. So exciting!!!!

    Kiah
    Kiah.e.brooks@gmail.com

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  5. And a wee bit of blarney
    batchelorboy55 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  6. Haven't read the first one but love new bookies and possible freebies.

    sam.bennett@okstate.edu

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  7. Congrats on the (pre)release/early download of Every Breath i Take i look forward to continue this serie so thank you for the chance of winning a copy of Every Breath i Take (i already have All I'll Ever Need).

    ahpg(at)ziggo(dot)nl

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  8. I don't need luck of the Irish I'm already lucky with my username .
    luckylady4163@yahoo.com

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  9. What a generous offer! I'd like to be included. :-)
    aelnova@aol.com

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  10. Sounds good, adding both to list.
    cvsimpkins@msn.com

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  11. The book sounds great please count me in.

    ShirleyAnn(at)speakman40(dot)freeserve(dot)co(dot)uk

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  12. The book sounds wonderful, can't wait
    lnlambe68@gmail.com

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  13. this sound good and I haven't read all I ever need.

    rojoroaors@yahoo.com

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  14. I'm half Irish, does that give me a bit of extra luck? Every Breath I take sounds like a great book, and I love sequels. Thanks for the opportunity to win. pennybrandon@hotmail.com

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  16. Love your books

    halliday.sally@yahoo.co.uk

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  17. St Patrick's day is almost here - going to enjoy corned beef and cabbage!

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  18. Winners are Ramir and Penny Brandon

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