Sunday, April 4, 2021

A New SEALS In Paradise Release from Becca Jameson! New Release for Abigail Keam, A NEW SIP Release from Delilah Devlin And an upcoming May Release From ME!


New Releases for 2 of my friends and 1 for myself. 

So here's the news. 

Release 3 in the SEALS In Paradise Series.  Becca James had an April Fools Release. Love her books and they're aways fun and sexy. 

HOT SEAL, APRIL FOOL  by Becca Jameson  

Ten years ago, he left her with no explanation. Now he’s back, and the sparks burn just as hot as they did in high school.

April might have been young, but she knew what love was. She and Cole were inseparable, voted most likely to marry. And then he vanished on the night she expected him to propose.

Joining the Navy had always been Cole’s plan. He’d intended to carry on a long-distance romance with his high school sweetheart. Nothing could ever come between them…until it did.

In this second chance, small-town romance the past collides with the present as Cole fights to save his family’s business and earn back the trust of the only woman he’s ever loved. Losing her a second time—for good—is out of the question.


Abigail Keam has a new release DEATH BY SHOCK coming out April 12th!!  So be on the lookout.  
Pick your copy up before it releases and it will be in your Kindle, Nook, Tablet or Phone just waiting for you. 

Josiah is joined by Shaneika, and her sweet, innocent cousin, Heather, on an archaeological dig at Fort Boonesborough where Daniel Boone lead pioneers to the wild frontier of "Caintuck." At Boonesborough Josiah and Shaneika meet the Dane twins, rich society women, who just rum them the wrong way. However, Heather is entranced by the sisters, having read about them in the society columns and financial pages. That is until Heather catches one of them plotting to murder her identical twin. But which twin is planning to murder the other? Heather can't tell them apart. 
She tells Josiah what she witnessed, hoping our intrepid sleuth will intervene. 

Josiah is unable to prevent the murder, but soon discovers Heather is neither sweet nor innocent and might have a motive for lying about the Dane sisters. As Josiah does some digging of her own, it turns out participants on the excavation also have motives for murder. Josiah searches for truth in a land that hides its secrets well in soil soaked with the blood of innocents and scoundrels alike. Kentucky is not called the "dark and bloody ground" for nothing. 

My friend and fellow writer, Delilah Devlin has a SEALS IN PARADISE book In His Memory coming out April 27th!! 

On Memorial Day, he will stand by her side when she visits her husband’s grave, but he wonders if she’ll ever see him as anything more than her husband’s best friend and the man who accompanied his body home for burial…

Navy SEAL, Chris “Zig” Bykowski, has done his duty to his best friend’s wife by being there to help out whenever she or her son needed him. However, now, he has the feeling she wants to put distance between herself and the SEALs who watch over her as the widow of a fallen teammate. Though painful, because he’s grown to care for her, he will let go, knowing she needs closure to move on with her life.

Andi Westall has picked up the pieces of her shattered life after the death of her husband, Ozzie. Although she knows it will be painful asking the SEALs who have given her their support, she is ready to cut ties and move on past the painful memories. However, fate has other ideas. When she discovers that she may have a stalker, the only person she knows to confide in is Ozzie’s best friend, Zig. When Zig and the team rush to the rescue, she finds that being with the team and accepting their aid, isn’t as hard as she imagined.

While the team works to figure out who is stalking her, Zig insists on sticking close to keep her safe. One night of tearful remembrances ends with her waking up to discover that she wants more from Zig than just his protection. Whether this is love or simply need is something she’ll have to figure out before they both get hurt.

Last but not least is my own release Scheduled for May 7th, 2021. This is Book 10 of the SEAL Team Heartbreakers Series BUILDING FAMILY! This is a big book over 90,000 words long and has 2 romances, a wedding, and 3 different suspense angles going all at the same time. TALK ABOUT ENTERTAINMENT. 

After nine years of marriage to a Navy SEAL Zoe Yazzie knows about sacrifice. Because of numerous periods of separation from her husband she’s put her dream of having another child on the back burner. But now her biological clock is ticking and she needs Hawk’s cooperation.

Lieutenant Commander Adam “Hawk” Yazzie is stunned when his wife springs the idea of having a baby on him. Their son will soon be ten and Hawk believes their baby days are over. He’s faced with a dilemma, if he says no and crushes Zoe’s dream, will it cause long term harm to their marriage?

When Zoe is injured in a terrible car accident, the decision is put on hold while they wait for her to wake up. Hawk is faced with the possibility that his wife might not survive. But when she finally opens her eyes, he’s dealt an unthinkable blow. Zoe doesn’t remember him or their life together.


Oh, God!” What’s happening? She stomped on the gas pedal, shot through the stop sign, and rushed to turn the corner. 

She glanced up into the rearview mirror again, just in time to see the driver. A man in a baseball cap, dark hair sticking out from beneath the cap, his beard unkept. The truck raced forward again and rammed the rear of her car again. She fought the wheel to maintain control as the car fishtailed, her brakes screaming as she turned another corner.  

A major intersection lay ahead, and she prayed the light would stay green. If she could whip through the light and it changed right after, the truck wouldn’t be able to make it. The light turned yellow, then red, and she slammed on her brakes as a line of cars surged forward from her right and left, and she was jerked against her seat belt.  

The truck’s engine growled as he shot past the turn and turned up the street away from the busy intersection. Her breathing came in gasping breaths, her muscles shaking with reaction. She reached for her cell phone to call Hawk. What could he do? Her car had a flat, so he couldn’t come drive her home. The man who hit her was gone. All she had was a description of a man with curly hair and a beard in a baseball cap.  

She’d call the police and report him and give them a description. But while she keyed in 9-1-1, the husky growl of a truck engine came from behind her again, and she looked up, barely in time to see it racing at her. He rammed in the rear of her car again. Her whole body felt the lash as the phone went flying to the floor.  

His wheels continued to spin and scream as the truck pushed against the rear of the SUV and inched her forward. She prayed the light would change in time, even though the lines of traffic continued to whip past.  

She pushed both feet against the brake pedal. The smell of burning rubber was almost choking as the truck continued to lunge forward, again shoving her out into the line of traffic. A green blur shot past and clipped the front of the SUV and spun it around. The front airbags deployed, and she was blinded by the white plastic and powder.  

The blair of a loud horn jerked her head to the right. The huge grill of a truck bore down on her, growing larger by the second in the side window. A moment of déjà vu tore a squeak of fear from her, every muscle seizing, her hands grappled past the air bag to the steering wheel, instinctively bracing against the impact even as her foot floored the gas pedal to get clear.  

The SUV leapt forward, and for a second she thought she might make it—  

The impact was an explosion of sound as glass shattered, metal screamed, the side airbags deployed, and for a moment the SUV was airborne as it rolled high in the air on its nose, then twisted. 

Her head struck something. A searing pain tore a cry from her just before blackness swallowed everything. 

Hope you enjoyed the excerpt! 

Be on the lookout for all three books!  


Teresa Reasor 

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