Emma’s Elite Book of the Week 03/17 Reply

Two review opportunities this week.

We have a New Release from Zane! He just published it a few days ago. He is very excited for you to meet Damien. A bad boy rocker who needs… a babysitter.

Damien: (Demons from Hell Book 1) It’s FREE from 03/17 to 03/21!

I have The Davenport Agency Boxed Set FREE until 03/21. I have offered it in the past but if you are new to us or didn’t get to download it last time then make sure to grab it on Amazon!

As always we love you and are grateful for your support!

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Blurb:

The bad boy rocker needs a babysitter.

There’s no streaking on the Las Vegas Strip. So when Damien Cross, lead singer for the rock band Demons from Hell, gets drunk and caught doing just that, his label gives him a choice. He can agree to let a representative follow him around on the tour and keep him in line, or he can be replaced with someone who won’t cost the company its reputation. The last thing he needs is a babysitter. Then he meets her.

Lydia has a passion for music. Working for the record label is her dream come true. Having to watch over Damien Cross, however, is a nightmare. If she blows this assignment, she could lose her job. If she hooks up with the lead singer like every other girl he meets, she could lose her heart.

Can music bridge the distance between two people?

Now FREE on Amazon!

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Blurb:

The Davenport Agency is a family run advertising agency in New York City. Meet the brothers, Samuel and Adam in books One and Two of the series, boxed together here. A complete set.

In Hiding Out, Book One of The Davenport Agency:

Samuel Davenport runs his family’s New York based advertising agency. His brother, Adam, runs from responsibility and anything remotely boring. And his temp, Haley, runs so she’ll never be caught and hurt again. She moved to the city New Year’s Day to hide and recover, to build a new life far from her past. In an effort to lie low, Haley never expects to be more than a temp. What begins for Sam as an excuse to get to know her better, ends up being an opportunity for advancement and excitement for Haley. When Sam tries to uncover all of Haley’s mysteries, he exposes her hiding place, endangers her life, and threatens to destroy any chance of them ever having a future together.

In Finally Found, Book Two of The Davenport Agency:

Where one story ends, often another begins. For some reason, Adam Davenport can’t see past the ending. The hit and run has forced him to slow down and stop running from the pain of losing his parents. He has tried to hide behind meaningless, superficial relationships and even more shallow friendships, but the time has come to face his loneliness. Now he is finally ready to start being a family with his brother Sam. However, Sam and Haley, who was once Sam’s personal assistant, are too busy basking in their newfound love. Though breaking the rules for the first time ever has changed Sam’s life for the better, Adam has always broken the rules, strayed from responsibility, and done as little as he could get away with.

One of the main reasons that he refused to believe that Cammie was more than friend material was because she was impervious to his charms. She was so driven and determined to make her new catering company a success that she couldn’t see past her own dreams. Suddenly, Adam found himself behaving in ways he never imagined. He was working to impress a woman, but more than that, he was working to help make her dreams come true. He soon realizes that there are times in life when giving is more important than taking and when helping someone else is more important than what that person can do to reciprocate. He also learns there are times that the biggest risk is to stop hiding from emotions and to start allowing love to finally be found.

Now FREE on Amazon!

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