Friday, January 17, 2014

tour: Goodbye Caution by Jacequlyn Ayres - playlist, excerpt & giveaway


Title: Goodbye Caution
Author: Jacequlyn Ayres
Series: The Lost and Found Series
Length: 482 pages
Release Date: November 26, 2013
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Becca Campbell is a mother, friend, and widow to a war hero (may he rot in hell). She just wants to raise her daughter right and keep her bed-and-breakfast afloat in this economy. Her traumatic past leaves her with no desire for a relationship—until Grayson James walks through her door. He’s not the type of man you can easily say “no” to. Becca can’t quite understand the pull she feels toward him. But then his controlling nature starts to push her away—and into Ray McNeil’s comforting arms. Which is right where Ray has always wanted her.

Who will Becca choose?

Will she finally give in to her feelings for Ray, or continue the tumultuous relationship with Grayson? Only one thing is certain—either choice will mean saying goodbye to caution.
Warning: This book contains some disturbing situations, dubious consent, strong language and violence.

10% of the proceeds from this book will be donated to YWCAUSA.org to help abused women and children





Excerpt from Goodbye Caution

“I’d like to kiss you again, sweetheart, before we go in there.” His voice doesn’t rise above a whisper as he leans in.

“Please. I just talked to you about this.” I turn my face away.

“Oh, yes, I do recall your lovely speech.” He smiles and cups my chin with his right hand to bring my face back to his. “Only trouble is, you’ve delivered it to the wrong guy. I’m a persistent,” he nudges my lips with his, “and impatient bloke.” Another nudge. “I’m afraid your words have fallen on deaf ears, sweetheart.” He kisses the corner of my mouth.

“Persistent and impatient.” I repeat the words breathlessly.

“Hmm . . . lethal combination, love.” The words are barely out, and he attacks my lips.



Character Interview with Grayson


1. When you contrived with Ray to share Becca, did you not consider, knowing your nature, that it might be problem?

I don’t know what the bloody hell I was thinking besides the fact that I couldn’t lose her! I mean, I was completely snookered. Everything sounds brilliant when your rat arsed! I just . . . I really screwed up and I knew I had to do something drastic to attempt to win her back. In all honesty, I didn’t completely factor in the consequences of sharing her with Ray because I didn’t think the arsehole really stood a chance!


2. You seem to fall for Morgan almost as hard as you fall for Becca, is the 'ready made family' part of the attraction?

I was looking for a nice, long overdue, visit with my aunt and a great weekend skiing with my mates. I was not looking to fall in love and I most certainly was not looking to become a father. I never even considered having children—ever. But, my God, you’ve all met Morgan—how could anyone not fall in love with that girl? She’s a clever, funny little thing and I absolutely adore her! So, no, a ‘ready-made family’ was not part of the attraction but the love I feel for them made me ready for a family!





about the author

I am a Domestic Engineer (born and raised in NJ) whose sole responsibility is to guide three young impressionable kids into becoming phenomenal adults. This challenging, yet rewarding work requires a lot of love (coffee), patience (wine) and determination (periodic exorcisms). I work all of this magic in the beautiful state of New Hampshire.

Before becoming a Domestic Goddess (not really), I spent over a decade working in the medical field where I wore more hats than the Queen.

I have had a love for the written word and the great escape it provides since I was a little girl. When I wasn't reading about people and the places they lived, I was creating my own characters and adventures. Finally, I have been putting a pen to paper allowing my characters to come to life. When I don't have a pen and paper in hand, you can often find me laughing at the conversations my characters are having in my head




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