Today we are having a blitz event to celebrate the TWISTED Series by L.L. Collins being on sale! There will be a feature blog tour going on all this week, to help spread the word about this sale. Check out the excerpt, feature tour stops, and the buy links for each book below.
What if your soul is so intertwined with someone else's that it's impossible to imagine yourself without them?
Blake McIntyre and Liane Kelly’s families have spent their vacations together on Sanibel Island their entire lives, and the two have always been the best of friends. But as they get ready to go to college, they admit that friendship isn’t enough for them anymore and spend a whirlwind two weeks daring to dream of their future together.
But building sandcastles and lazy beach walks filled with moonlight kisses isn't the same as real life, and soon they are faced with a new reality. Can their hope of forever survive past their summer, or does fate have its own twisted plan?
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Life is a series of choices, and every one we make sends us down a different path…
It is easy to look back at your life and see the mistakes you’ve made and wonder how it all could’ve been different. But when the path you thought would last forever comes to an end and you have to choose a new one, do you follow the route that looks the straightest and easiest? Or do you follow your heart and choose the one that might have more twists and turns but could lead you to the happiest tomorrows?
Twisted Paths is not a standalone. This is meant to be read after book one in the Twisted series, Twisted Souls.
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TWISTED SOULS - EXCERPT
Prologue 13 years ago 1984Liane watched Blake as he dug a hole in the sand next to her. She looked over her shoulder to make sure her mommy was still there. She was, talking to Blake’s mommy, known to Liane as Aunt Cathy, though she knew she wasn’t really her aunt. Her big sister was walking down the beach with a friend. Beth was nine and Liane loved her, though Beth didn’t like her little sister much. Digging her toes in the sand, she laughed at the feeling between her toes. Liane loved the beach, and it was so fun that they got to come see Blake and his family every summer here at Sanibel Island, Florida. It was far away from her house, and it was always warm here. Unlike her, Blake was the big brother. He had two little sisters, and his mommy had a baby boy in her tummy. Liane was jealous about that. She wanted to have a baby in her mommy’s tummy, but Mommy said no. She said Liane was her baby and it was going to stay that way. “LiLi,” Blake said, using his nickname for her. She knew that she’d known Blake her entire life, but she was only five years old. They were both starting kindergarten when summer was over, and she was scared. “Yeah?” Liane leaned over, looking into the deep hole that Blake had made on the beach. “What are you doing?” Blake sat back, his dark eyes looking at her. She loved his eyes; they reminded her of chocolate, her favorite candy. His blonde hair stuck out everywhere, and sand was all over his face, making Liane laugh. “What’s so funny, LiLi?” Blake crossed his little arms, a pout forming on his face. “Don’t laugh at me.” “I’m not,” Liane stopped, her tummy hurting at the thought of making Blake upset with her. “I’m sorry. You just have sand on your face, and you look like a snowman in the sand.” Blake laughed too, making Liane’s tummy feel better. He was her best friend. She had lots of friends at home in Kentucky, in her neighborhood and at her preschool, but none of them were like Blake. Even if he was a boy, which would make her best friend at home, Gretchen, wrinkle up her nose. She hated boys. “So maybe you need some sand on you, too, LiLi.” With that, he reached over and wiped some of the wet sand on her face, making her squeal. They stood up, running after each other into the water, their mother’s watching with amused smiles on their faces. “Wouldn’t it be great,” Liane’s mother, Margaret, said to her best friend Cathy, “if someday they got married.” Cathy laughed, her hand on her protruding stomach. “They’re five years old, Margaret. Let’s not rush things.” She watched her son and Margaret’s daughter splashing and hugging each other, wondering what the future held for all of them.
Feature blog tour stops for this week.
Monday, May 2
With Love for Books - REVIEW STOP SBB Reviews - REVIEW STOP Maari Loves Her Indies - REVIEW STOP oh the book feels - Excerpt My Girlfriends Couch - Excerpt
Tuesday, May 3
Through the Booking Glass - REVIEW STOP Alphas Do It Better Book Blog - REVIEW STOP Southern Vixens Book Obsessions - Excerpt Barbara Book Blog - Excerpt Reading Writing and Book Reviews - Excerpt EskieMama Reads - Excerpt Ripe For Reader - Excerpt The Pleasure of Reading Today - Excerpt
Wednesday, May 4
Instagram @BOOKWORM_LJ - REVIEW STOP Romance Book Nerd - Excerpt Red's Midnight Readers - Excerpt For the Love of Books and Alcohol - Excerpt Book Boyfriend Blog - Excerpt Lost in sweet words - Excerpt
Thursday, May 5
Shannon's Book Blog - REVIEW STOP Whitney McGregor - REVIEW STOP Socially awkward book nerd - Excerpt Shirley's bookshelf - Excerpt The Literary Vixen - Excerpt
Friday, May 6
TDC Book Reviews - REVIEW STOP Bookaholics Not-So-Anonymous - REVIEW STOP Ramblings of a Bookworm - REVIEW STOP SnoopyDoo's Book reviews - Excerpt A Naughty Book Fling - Excerpt A Dream Within A Dream - Excerpt---------------------
AUTHOR INFORMATION:L.L. Collins loves spending her days in the Florida sun with her husband and two boys. LL has been writing since she was old enough to write. Always a story in her head, she finally decided to let the characters out made her lifelong dream of becoming an author come true in the self-publishing world. She's the author of the Living Again Series and the Twisted Series, plus standalones, Back to the Drawing Board, SENTENCED, and Snared: A Jaded Regret Novel. Visit LL on her website, www.llcollinsauthor.com and on all social media. Look for more of her emotionally charged novels soon!
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