A Blogging Reader’s ARC-Review for: 1st TIME LOVE by Sapphire Knight.

ARC-Book Review! A Blogging Reader’s Review after reading ‘1st TIME LOVE’ by Sapphire Knight.


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Title: 1st TIME LOVE
Author: Sapphire Knight
Series: Dirty Down South Series (Book #1)
Publishing date: March 13th, 2017
(Review based on an advanced readers copy)


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The Synopsis:

Tyler (TY)

Football is life.
Growing up, my family loved to cheer me on, and after my parents accident, I vowed to be the best I could be to honor their memory. After a while, life starts to pile up though, college, football, and helping out my brothers. I just need a small reprieve, especially if she’s five foot five, brunette and has legs that go on for miles.
Fun is fun… Not like anyone’s going to fall in love.


Star football player….. Check.
Spoiled brat….. Check.
Just when I think I have Tyler Owen’s all figured out; he knocks me on my ass, literally.
I wasn’t expecting him to help me up, or the little shock that I felt when we touched, but then I didn’t think I’d fall in love either.



My ‘Blogging Reader’s ARC-Review’ after reading ‘1st TIME LOVE’ by Sapphire Knight:

This is the first novel in the new Dirty Down South Series by Author Sapphire Knight. It’s titled “1st Time Love” and falls into the genres of Contemporary Sports Romance and is a New Adult novel. This novel is written from the two main characters’ P.O.V.’s(point of views) which are Kadence and Tyler.

Kadence Winters is a naturally beautiful college girl who chooses to focus on getting to class more than getting to the weekend’s big party spot. Her best friend Brianne is her polar opposite but that has never put a dent in their friendship. Kadence, being the somewhat clumsy girl that she is, runs into another student in the hall. When she realizes that it’s Tyler Owens, the very attractive, flirty classmate who probably never knew she existed, who also happens to be a very valuable player on the football team, she can’t help but be shocked to find out he’s actually a gentleman and not everything that she assumed he was.

Tyler “Freight Train” Owens is lucky #12 on the team at Alabama, and his southern charm has never failed him when it comes to the ladies. On the field he’s earned his name “Freight Train” because of his amazing football defensive skills. His family consists of just him and his two older brothers who look out for each other, even more so ever since their parents passed away. His future looks bright and promising. He had no idea that his life would change after a simple run-in down the hall with a girl named Kadence Winters. He, literally and figuratively, never saw her coming his way.

“1st Time Love” is a delightful and entertaining story about finding your first love in a person that is different than what you would’ve expected. They are more than what you could’ve never imagined. The main characters, Kadence and Tyler, are well written and draw you into their story in an enjoyable and beautiful way. There are characters in here that you know are meant to cause issues but the author does well with not making this become a typical drama. That was a great thing! Since this is a series, I’m hoping to see what happens with the other Owens brothers and even the one character that was the definite villain in this story-line. I recommend this if you’re searching for a fantastic romance novel to read. Give this one a read! ❤



How I imagined the characters while reading ‘1st TIME LOVE’:

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A Blogging Reader’s ARC-Review: ‘Sinner’s Steel’ by Sarah Castille.

ARC-Book Review! A Blogging Reader’s Review after reading ‘Sinner’s Steel’ by Sarah Castille.


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Author: Sarah Castille
Series: Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club Series (BOOK #3)
Publishing date: October 6th, 2015
(Review based on an ARC-early copy)


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The Synopsis:

Tall, dark, and dangerously handsome, Zane “Tracker” Colter is the strong, silent type of tattooed muscle biker who drives women wild. But as a master of strategy for the outlaw MC club, Sinner’s Tribe, he doesn’t have time to play around with groupies and biker chicks-especially when he can’t stop thinking about Evie, the girl who got away…

Evie’s been in love with Zane ever since they were children-until he broke her heart and disappeared. Now he’s back in her life, bigger and badder than ever. Zane is stunned by how beautiful and confident Evie’s become, using her artistic talent to customize motorcycles. He wants her so bad, he’d ride through fire to win her back. There’s one problem: Evie is dating his deadliest rival-the leader of the Black Jacks-and if Evie and Zane hook up, there’ll be hell to pay…

My ‘Blogging Reader’s Review’ after reading ‘SINNER’S STEEL’:

***WARNING: Possible SPOILERS if you haven’t read the previous Novels of the Sinner’s Tribe MC Series.***

“Sinner’s Steel” is the third novel of the Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club Series by Author Sarah Castille. I was given a copy of this intense and thrilling novel to read and share my review for readers. This novel continues the satisfying style of romance that any fan of MC novels looks for: hot alpha males, strong female characters regardless of flaws, and a not-so-easy love story. You’ll be reading this story from the two P.O.V.’s(point of views) of the main characters Zane “Tracker” Colton and Evangeline “Evie” Monroe.

Zane “Tracker” Colton has always remembered the one that got away. Even though technically, he’s the one that left her behind because of difficult circumstances. Zane, who’s now known as Vice President Tracker in the Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club, has been living his life under a new persona which is tougher, darker and violent when necessary. When the MC tries to get a hold of a betrayer, he comes across a piece of his past that has always been the hardest part to get over completely: “Evie.”

Evangeline “Evie” Monroe grew up in a home of secrets and always felt alone. The only people in her life that ever made her feel safe and loved were her two childhood best friends, Zane and Jagger. They grew up together and always made each other feel better by being their when each one needed some kind of support. When Zane and Evie take a chance one night by following their hearts, that night would become such a turning point in their lives and they didn’t even know how much.

Evie is now a single mother and doesn’t have much of a dating life. She takes a chance getting to know a biker by the name of “Viper” who happens to be an MC President but she doesn’t know much else about that part of his life. He seems so genuine and easy to talk to so Evie doesn’t mind spending some time with him. But when her past and present collide, all hell breaks loose.

When Zane and Evie’s paths cross after so long, how will things go? Will Evie ever find out the whole story of what happened the night that her father was killed and why Zane disappeared that same night? Will Zane be able to get over Evie or will he finally confess about why he left her when he did so long ago? There are so many intriguing questions that will be answered in “Sinner’s Steel” and it will blow you away. The characters continue to amaze and there is just something so likeable about Evie and Zane. She is naive to the MC lifestyle but she quickly learns that not everything is as it seems. Zane carries such loyalty to his MC and his brothers, especially his best friend and MC President Jagger, but Evie has always meant everything to him. This leads you to a gritty, suspenseful, dangerous, and love-filled ride! I recommend this novel and look forward to seeing what else develops in the Sinner’s Tribe MC world! 🙂

★★‘SINNER’S STEEL’ is the 3rd novel of the ‘Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club Series’. What else is in the series:★★

ROUGH JUSTICE – Book #1 of the ‘Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club Series’ – Follows Black Jacks’ MC President’s daughter Arianne Hunter and rival club President Jagger Knight of the Sinner’s Tribe MC and their story. (Released On: February 3rd, 2015)

BEYOND THE CUT – Book #2 of the ‘Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club Series’ – Follows Arianne’s best friend Dawn Delgado and Sinner’s Tribe MC brother Cade “Ryder” O’Connor and their story. (Releases On: June 2nd, 2015)

SINNER’S STEEL – Book #3 of the ‘Sinner’s Tribe Motorcycle Club Series’ –  Follows Sinner’s Tribe MC V.P. Zane and the woman who had a huge effect on him, Evie. This will be about their story. (Releases on: October 6th, 2015)


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How I imagined the characters while reading ‘SINNER’S STEEL’:



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Jagger and Zane:  “Why didn’t you let her know it was you?” Jagger asked…
“It’s complicated.” After meeting on the elementary school playground all those years ago, Jagger, Zane, and Evie had stuck together, leaning on each other for support and comfort, sharing good times and bad…

Evie’s thought:  Zane. The intense connection and chemistry that had first drawn them together hadn’t changed. But she had. She was finally in control of her life. No longer at the mercy of her mother’s emotional abuse, or longing for a father who was rarely home…

Zane and Evie:  “Tell me, Evie. Tell me you want me.”
“I want you. It was always you.”
Steeling herself, she forced herself to meet his gaze. “But when I gave up hoping you would ever come back, I let you go. I’m sorry, Zane. I’m not ready to open that door again.”
“Whatever it takes for you to trust me, I’ll do. If you want me to go slow, I’ll go slow. If you need gentle, I’ll be gentle. I will do what it takes, however long it takes. But I won’t let anyone else have you. You are mine, Evie. You’ve been mine since you were eight years old. And now that I’ve found you again, I’m not gonna let you go.”

Zane and Jagger discuss Evie:  It was a debt he could never repay.
“I don’t want this life for her, Jag.” He reached over, threaded his fingers through hers. “I want her to have the kind of life she had before. Safe. Peaceful. I can’t give her that when I’m wearing this cut, and I can’t give it to her as a civilian with a damn warrant hanging over my head.”
“You’d give up the life?”
“I’d give up anything for her.”

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Character Q&A and Blogging ARC-Review: YOU AND EVERYTHING AFTER by Ginger Scott

Book Review! A Blogging Reader’s ARC Review after reading ‘You and Everything After’ (The Falling Series-Book #2) by Ginger Scott.


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Author: Ginger Scott
Series: The Falling Series (book #2)
Publishing date: December 5th, 2014 (Review is based on an early ARC copy)


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Falling Series 2 - You and Everything After by Ginger Scott


I’m that teenaged girl who has MS. You haven’t met me, but you’ve seen me around. You probably know my sister. We’re twins, and she’s the pretty one. Maybe you’ve heard about my reputation, how much I like to hook up at parties—how easy it is to get me in bed, get what you want, and forget about me after.

Forget what you think you know. I’m leaving that girl behind.

College is all about new beginnings. So from now on—I’m just Cass. And the rest…it isn’t written yet. And no one else gets to write my story for me.


“Tyson Preeter doesn’t do can’t.”

That’s exactly what I want people to think when they see me. I am strong, invincible, confident, intelligent—arrogant. I’m the man who always finds a way around, over and through—until there’s nothing left. Since losing my ability to walk six years ago, I’ve relearned life. I don’t need sympathy. I don’t want charity. And I don’t do love.

It’s better this way, saves my disappointments for me, and me alone, and it saves my strength for everything I want.

But Cass Owens is about to wreck everything. She’s about to steal all of my strength away from me, because she needs it more. She’s about to break all of my rules, and break down all of my walls. She’s about to own me…completely.

And I’m about to let her.

* This is the second book in the Falling Series, and it is scheduled to release Dec. 5. Book 1, This Is Falling, is out now. Each book can be read as a standalone and will focus on a different couple.

My ‘Blogging Reader’s ARC Review’ after reading ‘YOU AND EVERYTHING AFTER’ (The Falling Series book #2):

In the second novel of The Falling Series by Ginger Scott, we get to follow the story from Nate’s older brother Ty and Rowe’s dorm mate, Cass. This story is wonderful, touching and the love story is truly delightful. We get the story from the P.O.V.’s(point of views) of the two main characters: Tyson “Ty” Preeter and Cassidy “Cass” Owens.

When Cass Owens moves from her home town in Arizona to attend the college of her choice, McConnell, with her twin sister Paige. Both are beautiful and blonde but very different when it comes to characteristics. Cass was ready to leave the past behind and the mistakes she made during a tough time in her life. Cass used to be all about soccer and training hard but when she was diagnosed with MS, her life changed. Now living in a dorm room with her sister Paige and her new friend Rowe, she is ready to just try and live her life while walking the straight and narrow that her parents want her to follow. But when she meets the guy down the hall named Ty, the straight and narrow doesn’t seem to be the road she wants to continue. But unfortunately, bumps on the unknown path to living the way she wants to- will test her along the way.

Ty Preeter was great at baseball just like his younger brother Nate, his love for the sport is unmistakable but one bad accident left him wheelchair bound. Regardless, he’s always kept a pretty positive view and has continued to train constantly. He is a personal trainer now for those who may have a little medical hurdle or two and this gives him the chance to learn more about the pretty cool blonde girl he saw at a party and again when he was out with his brother. Ty works hard to keep a strong upper body and does his best to never let anything stop him from what he is capable of doing with a little more hard work. Something about Cass draws him to her and his womanizing ways may have finally met their final days. Or have they?

In You and Everything After, Cass and Ty are both faced with choices and obstacles that could detour them from one another. Can they make it through together or are they better off apart? This was a wonderful story about two people trying to get past their own personal limits and issues. When outside problem arise, they must decide on whether or not they can trust each other to get past it all. Can someone really make you stronger? These characters are faced with that question and the answer to that question in this novel. I do recommend this remarkable story and the series it belongs to.  Cass and Ty are strong characters even when faced with anything that comes their way. Check this one out! 🙂


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How I imagined Cass and Ty while reading ‘YOU AND EVERYTHING AFTER’:

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Cass’s thoughts:  It was like hypnosis. But there’s something else when I’m near him, and I can’t quite put my finger on it. It’s like we’re playing this intense game of chess, studying one another to find strengths and weaknesses. Only, I don’t want to exploit his. I only want to understand them.

Ty’s thoughts: It feels like minutes pass, but I know it’s only seconds ticking by before I feel the tickle of her hair along my arm and the warm touch of her hand sliding flat over my chest until she’s completely cradled against me. I need to know what I did to deserve this moment. I need to know so that way as soon as the sun comes up, I can go do it again.

Ty and Cass:  “You can kiss me again…”
I move toward her on instinct, but she’s quick to put her hand against my chest to stop me. “But not until you mean it.”
There’s a fire in her eyes when she says this—one that I don’t disrespect, and don’t dare cross. It’s not threatening, but it’s serious, and I have this feeling churning in my stomach that Cass Owens is what Nate and I like to call a game changer. Her words have my heart racing, my mind worried that I can’t mean it enough, at least not yet.

Ty’s thoughts:  I’m starting to realize there’s a difference between wanting her and needing her. Problem is, I’m victim to both. I want her, God do I want her. But lately, I need her too. I like needing her. It feels…I don’t know. It just feels. But if I blow one side of the deal, I’ll lose the other. 

Cass’s thoughts:  For the first time ever, I’m completely alone. I used to wish for this. I think maybe all twins do. What I realize, though, is maybe I was confusing my craving for individuality with my desire to be alone. Individuality is liberating. Alone leads to one thing—loneliness.

Ty’s words: “I had a great love, and then I had a great tragedy,” he says. “That love, it put me right again, sent me on my way to where I am now. To you. And as far as I’m concerned, from now on, there is just you…and everything after.”

Cass’s thoughts He’s like magic. That’s the only way to describe what Ty does when I’m feeling…less. He takes it all away. He doesn’t think he’s romantic, but my god. I don’t like grand gestures. I’m not the girl who wants the proposal in front of thousands at the hockey game one day—not that I don’t love watching that happen for someone else, because I do! I just don’t want my face on that Jumbotron, not for anything other than scoring a goal.
I like simple. There’s potency in simple. There’s…magic in simple. And these simple moments are just for me and Ty, and nobody else.




Character Q&A with the Preeter Brothers

It’s a quarter till two in the afternoon, the sun is shining brightly and the Astroturf on the baseball field looks freshly groomed. I just arrived a few minutes ago and am waiting in the bleachers, second row from the bottom, directly behind first base. I’m nervous and excited because I will be interviewing two fascinating men who also happen to be brothers. I thought it would be nice to interview them at the location that I’ve been told is their favorite place to be, by the baseball field.

The Preeter brothers, Nathan and Tyson, have both agreed to be interviewed and I’m hoping to get to know the juicy details behind these two driven, talented and let’s not forget, attractive brothers. I see them now in the distance, walking toward the field from the dorms. There’s Nathan, who goes by Nate, he’s the younger brother and absolutely great at baseball. He’s flashing me a warm-friendly smile and I am starting to feel at ease. I can tell he’s a sweetheart. Then there’s Tyson, who I was told prefers to go by Ty. I can tell he’s going to bring on the humor and charm by that nice but mischievous grin he’s flashing my way. I bet he’s ready to have fun with this Q&A.

I’m getting a better look at them as they approach the bleachers. Wow! Ty and Nate are both great looking guys, words don’t do either of them justice and now I’m hoping not to trip on my words and mess up this interview. My pen is in my hand, my notebook is tucked under my arm and it’s show time as I step down to greet them both. I reach my hand out to introduce myself so we can get this interview underway…

Q: *Shakes hands* (Nate takes a seat on the bottom bleacher row, turns to face me and Ty rolls up with such ease to position himself to face in my direction.) Thank you both for meeting with me and for agreeing to be interviewed.  I just want to get straight to it with you guys. Nate, Ty, when was the first time you knew you loved baseball? Is there a moment you both can recall where you were just like “this is it; this is the sport I love?”
Nate: Well, for me, it was really watching Ty play. He was older, so I ended up going to all of his Little League games, and I remember how he was this big hitter. The other kids would lift him up and high five him every time he hit. I thought that was the coolest thing ever. I made mom sign me up for tee ball as soon as I was old enough. The best part was that Ty would come to my games, and when I started hitting the ball harder, he was always the first person to give me a high five.
Ty: Well crap, now I’m going to sound like a royal asshole. But basically, when Nate was a baby, he cried all the time. I played a little pee wee football before, but it was only available a few months each year. I needed to get out of the damn house, away from my little brother, so I had my dad sign me up to play. I was addicted the second I hit the ball, though. And eventually Nate quit crying.
Nate: Nice, man. Real nice.
Ty: Just being honesty, dude.

Q: Nate, how are things with Rowe going? You two make such a lovely couple and after what I read in This Is Falling, it seems like you both have such a strong relationship, especially after the Josh/Nate letter you wrote to Rowe. I have to say, that pulled at my heart strings. That was such a beautiful thing you did for her. What made you think of doing such a touching act for Rowe?
Nate: I know I tease Ty about being mom’s favorite, a mama’s boy, but we’re both pretty close with our mom. We always tell her everything, at least…almost everything. Anyways, my mom always told me to treat girls with respect and honesty, and I just hated that I had to keep a secret from Rowe. I needed to be completely honest with her, in a way that she’d have to listen. A letter just felt right, and it felt like I was respecting Josh and everything they had. I poured it all out in that letter, and I knew she’d read it when she was ready.

Q: Now Ty, after reading You and Everything After, I’ve come to realize that you are one charismatically-humorous guy but you also have a heart of gold. Plus, you always have an interesting way with words. On that note, when you first found out that you were going to be Cass’s trainer and that she had MS, what made you respond to her admission of having MS the way you did? You were pretty nonchalant about it in a “tough love” kind of way. Was that your way of getting Cass to look beyond her limits and to get her to see that there was still more to her than just the MS?  

Ty: Yeah, in a way. I think I responded the way I wish people responded to me early on. I got a lot of coddling, a lot of people setting limits, telling me to be okay with limits. It always made me mad. My mom was always straight with me, though. She called bullshit whenever I said “can’t.” It was such a great gift she gave me, and I guess I just wanted to give that same gift to Cass. You know…call bullshit on her can’t.

Q: Ty and Nate, this question is for both of you. What is your favorite baseball team and who would you say is your all-time favorite MVP?

Ty: Oh, this is easy for me. I’m a Red Sox guy. I love the history there, and I’m not so crazy about the Yankees. And I love power hitters, the guys you can count on to put it in the cheap seats when the team needs it most. Nobody does it better than “Big Papi” David Ortiz.

Nate: Yeah, Ortiz is awesome. But I’m a Posey guy. I learn from him, and I watch everything he does. He’s got such a great sense of the game, the way he reads every play. I want to own the plate like that guy. I grew up watching the Rangers, and LSU games, but I think I’d have to say my team is the Giants, only because of Posey.

Q: Nate, where do you hope to see yourself in ten years? And Ty, same question goes for you, too? 
Nate: I hope I’m playing in the majors. I know it’s tough to break in, and I know I have to pay my dues with the minors, but I want it. I want it so bad. I also hope Rowe is there with me. If it doesn’t work, I want to work with my brother, work in sports management. That’s always been our plan.

Ty: This one’s easy. I’ll be running my own sports management firm, making a ton of dough, managing my brother and my hot-shot girlfriend while she gets ready for the US Olympic women’s soccer team.

Q: Another duel question for the both of you guys. Ty, what song would you say is your all time favorite to train to? And Nate, what is the song that you would say helps motivate you for game time?

Ty: He’s arrogant as hell, but I love Kanye and “Stronger.” There’s something about his confidence in that song, the way he wills himself to be the best. I like that.

Nate: I’m really digging Imagine Dragon. I love that
“Radio Active” song. It has all of the right ingredients. For a while, whenever I listened to that song before a game, I hit a home run. I’m a little superstitious, so I listened to that song over and over until it quite working.

Q: Ty, do you think that a time will ever come when you will get along with Cass’s twin sister Paige or do you think that is highly unlikely? (Lol)
Ty: You know, Paige and I have come a long way. She’s a little deeper than I gave her credit for, and I can’t help but admire her spirit—even if it’s for selfish reasons sometimes. She’s done some things for her sister, to support her, things that I know Cass doesn’t know about. Things I’m pretty sure Paige doesn’t think I know. But I’ve figured it out. If she could just talk less, and maybe watch more football. I think we could be left alone in a room without me wanting to kill her.

Q: Nate, if you could ask your favorite baseball player one question, past or present, who would you ask and what would be your question?  
Nate: Cal Ripken, Jr. In a heart beat. I’d ask him how he made it so long, how he stayed healthy. He’s one of those classy players that everyone loves. I’d like to be that.

Q: First I’m going to ask you this question. Ty, tell us two things that fans and readers may not know about you and would be surprised to learn about you?
Ty: I get scared sometimes. I’m afraid of failing. I want things out of life, and sometimes I push myself so hard that I’m afraid I won’t be able to hit that next goal. Also, if I had my choice, I’d sleep with a light on. It’s not that I’m afraid of the Boogie Man or anything like that. I just kind of like being able to see when I open my eyes. I don’t like darkness. I think because I realize how close I came to it.

Q: And now your turn Nate, what are the two things the fans and readers would be surprised to discover about you?
Nate: Rowe made me nervous. I mean, like super nervous. I was afraid to ask her out, not sure how to act in front of her on our first date. I’m not the suave guy Ty is, but I can usually keep my shit together. Rowe threw me off though. And the second thing…I suck at football. Seriously, I suck. I thought about going out for it my senior year in high school. You know, just for fun? I went to two practices, and the coach told me he’d really appreciate it if I “changed my mind.” We told everyone it was because the baseball coaches didn’t want to see me get hurt, but really…I just sucked.

Q: Now time for a couple of silly questions. Nate and Ty, if this series were to be optioned to be a film, who would you love to see cast as your character and why?

Nate: Oh, this always makes me feel weird. But, Rowe always says I look like that guy Chace Crawford. He seems like an alright guy, so I’d go with him.

Ty: Liam Hemsworth, because face it, he looks almost exactly like me. And…he’s Thor’s little brother. I mean, come on! That’s me.

Q: Ty, what do you like best about Cass? And Nate, what do you like most about Rowe?

Nate: She is so smart, and her bravery is admirable. Her wit is so quick, too—she’s the funniest girl I’ve ever met. And I love the way she trusts me. She’s got this vulnerable side, and it’s so beautiful. I just want to take care of it for always.
Ty: That was really beautiful, man. Really (sniff, sniff).
Nate: You’re such a dick. (punching Ty on the arm)
Ty: Shhhhhh, you’re interrupting my turn. Cass. I could list enough things here that you’d actually run out of storage space on your blog. But, to keep it simple, I love that she’s a fighter. She’s honest and strong and is exactly who she is, no pretense about it. With Cass, you get what you get—and it’s the strongest, toughest, smartest, sexiest ray of sunshine I’ve ever seen.

Q: Now guys, let’s have some fun to finish off this interview. I’m going to say a phrase and you guys answer with the first response that comes to your mind at that moment. Ready? Let’s go!
Favorite Movie: Nate: Ironman —Ty: The Departed
Favorite Song: Nate: Thunderstruck — Ty: Same. Thunderstruck. Can’t go wrong with AC/DC
Favorite Holiday: Nate: Christmas — Ty: Thanksgiving. We do it right in the Preeter house.
Least Favorite Holiday: Nate: It used to be Valentine’s Day, but now I’m going to go with Halloween. Had to see Ty’s junk last time, thanks to his tutu. — Ty: Flag Day. Really, what’s the point?
Favorite food: Nate: Cheeseburger — Ty: Fries. You can dip them in anything.
Biggest Fear: Nate: Losing my brother. — Ty: Failing someone I love.
Boxers, Briefs or Birthday Suit: Nate: Boxers — Ty: Boxers or birthday – depends on my mood.
Suit and Tie or T-shirt and Jeans: Nate: T-shirt and jeans — Ty: definitely cotton and denim.
Dream Job: Nate: MLB catcher — Ty: My brother’s manager/agent.
Happiest memory with the opposite sex: Nate: The moment I recognized Rowe’s voice and knew she’d forgiven me at that baseball tournament. — Ty: The first time I slept with Cass. I slept with her in my arms, and for once, I didn’t want to run away from someone or something. I wanted to stay.


Q: Thank you so much Nate and Ty for taking the time out of your busy day to have this little Q&A with me. Is there anything you’d like to say to your fans out there? Nate? Ty?

Nate: Thanks for having us here, and thank you for behaving, Ty.
Ty: You’re welcome, nut-sucker.
Nate: And there it is.


NOTE: A huge thank you to Author Ginger Scott for getting me an interview with Nate and Ty. This was so much fun and now readers have some fun tidbits from the Preeter Brothers themselves. Thanks guys, I had fun doing this interview with you both! Make sure to check out their stories in the Falling Series: This Is Falling (Book #1 out now) and You and Everything After (Book #2 out Dec.5th)! 🙂


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BOOK: COVER REVEAL and Author Q&A! ‘This Is Falling’ by Ginger Scott

New! Q&A with Author Ginger Scott and COVER REVEAL for the upcoming novel titled:
‘THIS IS FALLING’ by Author Ginger Scott.

This Is Falling by Ginger Scott


Synopsis for ‘THIS IS FALLING’:

First, I had to remember how to breathe. Then, I had to learn how to survive. Two years, three months and sixteen days had passed since I was the Rowe Stanton from before, since tragedy stole my youth and my heart went along with it.

When I left for college, I put a thousand miles between my future and my past. I’d made a choice—I was going to cross back to the other side, to live with the living. I just didn’t know how.

And then I met Nate Preeter.

An All-American baseball player, Nate wasn’t supposed to notice a ghost-of-a-girl like me. But he did. He shouldn’t want to know my name. But he did. And when he learned my secret and saw the scars it left behind, he was supposed to run. But he didn’t.

My heart was dead, and I was never supposed to belong to anyone. But Nate Preeter had me feeling, and he made me want to be his. He showed me everything I was missing.

And then he showed me how to fall.


Author Q&A with Ginger Scott

Thank you to Author Ginger Scott for taking a moment to do a 2nd Q&A with me in preparation for your upcoming novel release of ‘THIS IS FALLING.’

Q: What can you share with us about your upcoming novel ‘This Is Falling’, beyond what the synopsis offers?

Ginger Scott:  I really think ‘Waiting’ fans are going to love ‘This Is Falling.’ I was craving writing a college story, and I love all of the newness that comes with a freshman year. College is like boot camp for becoming an adult, but at first, you’re still so unsure of everything, like you’re caught in the middle. Rowe, my heroine, has a lot of extra things going on, too. I can’t give it all away, but she’s trying to grow up but terrified to at the same time. Nate, my hero, is such a good guy, and I really wanted to make him worthy. Maybe it’s because I love baseball so much, and Nate’s a baseball player, but he just had to be good for the soul. And as much as we get to see Rowe fall for Nate, we also get to see Nate make it all happen. And I think others are going to fall for him, too.

Q: Can you give us a little more of the back-story behind the main characters Rowe and Nate?

Ginger Scott:  Hmmmmm, I don’t want to give too much away, because getting to know them is a wonderful part of the ride. Let’s just say Rowe is smart but shell-shocked, and she’s just on the cusp of learning how to dare and challenge herself when we get to meet her. Nate, well he is my Captain America–all warm and fuzzy and chewy and pretty much perfection wrapped up in one hot body. He’s the kind of guy that loves his parents, loves his brother, and is loyal to a fault. I can also tell you that they are two of the funniest characters I’ve written. I laughed so hard at one conversation between the two that I actually teared up.

Q: Your ‘Waiting On The Sidelines Series’ had Reed who played football and ‘Blindness’ had a former motorcross star named Cody and this New upcoming novel ‘This Is Falling’ will have a main character who is a baseball player. I personally enjoy a great story where there is a hot athlete involved, anytime.  Are there ever real life athletes in your mind when you bring to life these wonderful athletic characters in your stories? If so, can you share with us who they are. 🙂

Ginger Scott:  I am an ESPN junkie. I love sports–all sports. And I grew up playing hard and playing with the boys. I think that’s why I love male athlete characters so much–I get them and feel like I can be authentic with them. As for real-life inspirations, absolutely. It’s sort of a mashing up of various athletes I watch and admire. With Reed in ‘Waiting on the Sidelines,’ I don’t think there was a specific person who inspired him, but more my love of high school football and that world. With Cody in ‘Blindness,’ I was able to know a lot about freestyle motocross thanks to a friend who’s son is one of the major X-gamers (Nate Adams). We watch a lot of Nate in our house. And baseball…ah, that’s my wheelhouse. When I wrote Nate Preeter in ‘Falling,’ I drew inspiration from the hundreds of ASU baseball games I’ve been to, and while there isn’t a specific player that is Nate, if you will, there is one that maybe sparked the idea for him in the beginning. And Nate’s a catcher–because Buster Posey is the bomb, and he’s a catcher, too!

Q: Future Novel question: Since sports seems to be a big influence to you, do you have an idea of what kind of athlete you may be writing about next?

Ginger Scott:  My next novel is a companion to ‘This Is Falling.’ It will feature Nate’s brother, Ty, who plays a big role in ‘Falling.’ The Falling Series will tell three stories when complete, each able to be read as a stand-alone, but with characters that connect.

Q: You have definitely succeeded multiple times in the Contemporary Romance, New Adult and Young Adult genres with your novels.  Would you ever consider trying your hand at a completely different genre such as Paranormal, Thriller, Fantasy or any other genre?

Ginger Scott:  I have thought about that many times, especially paranormal. My husband is a HUGE fantasy and paranormal fan, so I would have to come up with something truly unique or else I would never hear the end of it. I have an idea that I’ve made notes on, but it’s still very young. It needs to grow up a little more. Maybe, though…maybe one day.

Q: One more question about your upcoming novel before we end this Q&A.  Will ‘THIS IS FALLING’ be a standalone or will it be a part of a series?

Ginger Scott:  In a way, both. It will be a standalone that connects to other books on other characters, something I’ve always wanted to do. The follow up, featuring Nate’s brother Ty, will be out at the end of 2014.


NOTE: Once again, an immense thank you to Author Ginger Scott for participating in another Q&A with me and for sharing your delightful responses.  Next, comes the excitement of reading and posting my review for your upcoming-novel ‘This Is Falling’.  I’m certain this novel will be as engrossing and compelling as your past work! 🙂



‘This Is Falling’ Novel Release Date: August 29th, 2014


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