Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Right Kind of Wrong Blog Tour: Excerpt and Giveaway for a $20 Amazon Gift Card

Today, we have the blog tour for Sara Rider’s new contemporary romance, RIGHT KIND OF WRONG! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today!

Title: Right Kind of Wrong
Author: Sara Rider
Genre: Contemporary Romance

About Right Kind of Wrong:

When Julia Hardin is hired to plan the local library’s annual fundraiser, it’s exactly the chance she needs to take her event planning business to the next level. With a shoestring budget and ridiculously tight timeline, it won’t be easy to pull off, but Julia has never shied away from a challenge before. Then again, she’s never met a challenge quite like Fergus MacNair, the town’s hot, grumpy librarian who’s determined to thwart her plans at every turn.

Fergus is willing to do almost anything to bring in more funds to support vital library programming. But nothing about working with Julia, a woman who gets under his skin like no other, is easy. Not her bossy attitude, not her over-the-top decorations, and most certainly not the way she sparks an uncontrollable desire inside of him. But when she accidentally returns a library book with a sexy doodle of him for a bookmark, he realizes just how unprepared he is for this partnership.

When Fergus discovers her doodle, Julia is certain this is one disaster she’ll never recover from. But when Fergus responds with a naughty drawing of his own, these complete opposites might just find a common language after all.

Read an Excerpt: 

She grabbed another set of balloons and cautiously climbed the ladder once more. Her heels made the climb awkward, but they gave her a much-needed extra couple of inches. Still, she wasn’t anywhere near tall enough to reach the rafters. She was forced to tie a small weight to the end of the string and toss it up and over. If the event had a bigger budget, she would have hired a company to decorate the venue instead of doing it herself with cheap balloons that had to be arranged just so to look festive instead of cheesy.

Her first attempt to lob the string fell short. She stretched up as tall as she could and threw it again with all her strength. It worked -- a little too well. The small weight came flying down toward her face, missing only by inches when she reared backward. Her heel slipped out from under her. Cold, sharp panic spiked in her chest as she fell backward.

She braced for the fall.

Her back made contact quicker than she expected -- not with the floor, but with a body. Hands locked on her hips, steadying her and lowering her to the ground.

“What the hell are you doing?” Anger laced Fergus’s whispered words.

It took Julia a few long seconds for her thundering heartbeat to slow enough to speak. “Decorating.”

“You should have asked me to do it.”

“I can handle it. It’s my job.”

“I’m taller.”

“So what? I’m a better decorator.”

“That doesn’t mean you need to risk your neck.”

“Don’t tell me what to do.”

His grip tightened, long fingers pressing deeper into her hips. It made her breath hitch. Desire burned through her like a fever, erasing everything in its wake except for his touch. With deliberate, agonizing slowness, his hands crept higher, circling her waist. None of her drawings or fantasies came close to predicting the effect his hands had on her.

She turned to face him, but her knees were wobbly from the near fall. From him. His arm wrapped around her waist, pulling her even closer.

“You okay?” The gruffness in his voice nearly sent her under again. She finally looked up at those grave dark eyes, and wondered what it would be like to kiss him. Wondering if he was thinking the same thing. Wondering if she should.

His Adam’s apple bobbed against his stubble-covered throat. “Julia.”

She tipped her head upward and all thoughts fled from her mind but one. Kiss me, Fergus.

Get Your Copy Today:

Right Kind of Wrong:
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Catch Up on the Series:

Make Me Fall
Amazon | Kobo | iBooks | Nook

Real Kind of Love
Amazon | Kobo | iBooks | Nook

About the Author:
Sara Rider writes contemporary romance full of heart, heat, and happily ever after. She lives in British Columbia with her husband and daughters. She spends far too much time in public libraries and never leaves the home without her e-reader stuffed in her purse.

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  1. This book sounds like a unique and interesting read.

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  2. Great post. Thanks for sharing it.

  3. This sounds like it can be funny and loving. i want to read it.

  4. I enjoyed reading the excerpt. Sounds like a good Romance read

  5. This sounds like a fun romance book.

  6. Sounds great! I like Contemporary Romance

  7. New author for me, sounds good!

  8. This book sounds great, probably a lot of tension between the two - I love that!

  9. My daughter would enjoy this book.

  10. I think this book sounds like a good book to read.

  11. I like the cover. It is very cute.

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  12. Looks like a great read! thank you

  13. This sounds like a cute little romance.
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  14. Thank you for the excerpt of the book to know more of what it is about Rosanne

  15. I think today's post and the book is amazing

  16. I enjoyed the excerpt. Thanks!

  17. A sexy male librarian? Sigh.. That would be my dream man...

  18. looks like a fun one

  19. Todays post was great. Congrats on the books release.

  20. Sounds like a Contemporary Romance book i would really enjoy reading

  21. I really like this excerpt. In the summary, I was amused by the doodles it talked about.

  22. Sounds wonderful and such a lovely cover!

  23. Wow, this book sounds really good! I like that her accidentally returning the book with sexy doodles of him brought them together.

  24. I like the excerpt and the characters. This sounds like a fun romance.

  25. A sexy doodle of Fergus MacNair? ...I'd be sooooo curious to see what this might look like.
    This book looks so intriguing and enjoyable!
    --Ann (L.....B@yahoo)


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