Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Review Tour: Soak Up the Sun by Tanith Davenport

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses REVIEW ONLY Tour for Soak Up the Sun by Tanith Davenport, an 82 page erotic romance available August 13 from Totally Bound Publishing. The tour will run every Tuesday for four weeks starting on August 13. The book is available in PDF and epub formats.

Tanith Davenport will be awarding a $10 Amazon/BN gift card to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a $10 Amazon/BN gift card to a randomly drawn host.

A weekend of summer fun leads to a passionate escape in the sun.

When Tamarie Morgan goes to PeakFest with her friends, her primary concern is avoiding her friend Veca’s creepy boyfriend, Sy, who drunkenly assaulted her two months previously and has refused to leave her alone ever since. However, when Tamarie is checking out the stalls and connects with Kaleb McAdams, the drummer for headline act Puppetmaster, a heated encounter backstage leads to Kaleb inviting her to ditch the festival with him. Kaleb wants her to be his plus-one at lead singer Cassian’s wedding—and when Veca and Sy break up the following day and start packing to leave, Tamarie and her friend Dannika decide to take Kaleb up on his offer.

Tamarie is initially impressed by the glitz and glamour of being a rockstar girlfriend, even for a short period of time, but is abruptly brought back down to earth when the press get a compromising photograph of her and her reputation is called into question. She soon realises that for her Kaleb is more than a brief fling, but when the other band members’ plus-ones tell her being a rockstar girlfriend has an expiry date, Tamarie finds herself wondering if they’re right. Will Kaleb still want her after the wedding is over, and can she deal with all that being a rockstar girlfriend involves?

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