Release Day and Giveaway: Tia Louise's One to Keep

WARNING: Recommended for adult readers (18+) only! Mature themes, strong language, and sexual content... 

LOTS of sexual content. Patrick is a naughty boy until he meets Elaine. So there's the warning--if you keep reading, have fun! (It's meant to be fun. *wink*)

There's a new guy in town... 

"Patrick Knight, single, retired Guard-turned private investigator. I was a closer. A deal maker. I looked clients in the eye and told them I’d get their shit done. And I did..."

Patrick doesn't do "nice."
At least, not anymore.

After his fiance cheats, he follows up with a one-night stand and a disastrous office hook-up. His business partner (Derek Alexander) sends him to the desert to get his head straight--and clean up the mess.

While there, Patrick meets Elaine, and blistering sparks fly, but she's not looking for any guy. Or a long-distance relationship. 

Patrick's ready to do anything to keep her, but just when it seems he’s changed her mind, the skeletons from his past life start coming back.

Standalone, M/F, HEA

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About Tia Louise:

Tia Louise is a former journalist, world-traveler, and collector of beautiful men (who inspire all of her stories... wink)—turned wife, mommy, and novelist.

She lives in the center of the U.S.A. with her lovely family and one grumpy cat. There, she dreams up stories she hopes are engaging, hot, and sexy, and that cause readers rethink common public locations…

It’s possible she has a slight truffle addiction.

Books by Tia Louise:

One to Keep (Patrick & Elaine), 2014

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I am not sure many want to hear this, but I found this story kind of cute.  Your're typical play boy, Patrick, plays center-stage to scandals and a love affair he never thought possible.

The relationship that evolves with Elaine and Patrick is typical but yet not typical.  Between his mishaps and miscommunication, there are a lot of misunderstandings and lots of drama.

I can't really go too deep into the relationship area.  I think I would be spoiling some things that aren't necessarily apparent right away.

I can, however, tell you that I liked this story a lot.  I never found it lacking or dull.  It was quirky, sometimes witty, sad, happy and sexy.  That is a lot of adjectives?  Well, the more the adjectives, the better the book, right?

All I will leave you with at this point, is this is a story that should be at the top or close to the top of your to-read list. 

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