Blog Tour & Giveaway: Of Black Bulls and White Horses by Roland Ladley @rolandtheauthor @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours1

Welcome to the book tour for thriller, Of Black Bulls and White Horses by Roland Ladley! It's also on sale for just $0.99 for Kindle. Read on for more details!

Book Trailer Reveal: Family Medicine by Natasha Jeneen Thomas @JeneenAuthor @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #FamilyMedicine

In one of the most beautiful cities on Earth, following your dreams could become a nightmare. Therese Hughes-Baldwin arrives in Boca Raton with hopes of joining the most prestigious dance company in South Florida. But instead of finding ballet success, she suffers an embarrassing heartbreak and takes a boring barista job. She also inadvertently gains the attention of the woman who stalks her on every train ride she takes.

Mini Tour: Saving Ian by J.J. Franks @JJFranks1 @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #Books

Saving Ian is a suspenseful tale of a mother trying to save her son from a terrible injustice. Along the way Ian’s mother, Julie, must face powerful demons of her own as they rear their ugly head threatening to incapacitate the one life line Ian has left when facing the worst thing imaginable in his life. Somewhere in the quest to save Ian Julie discovers that in order to do they will be saving each other. This compelling tale of a mother and son will draw you in with intense emotional reality and a bittersweet humor that keeps you riveted until the last page.

Book Tour & Kindle Giveaway! Safekeeping by Eva Mackenzie @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #SafeKeeping

Welcome to the tour for highly anticipated release, Safekeeping by Eva Mackenzie! Read on for more details and a chance to win a brand-new Kindle Paperwhite 32GB (Value 249.99)!

Check Out Psychological Thriller, The Matchmaker by Hélene Fermont @helenefermont @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #TheMatchMaker #Thriller

Perfect Lives Don’t Come Cheap. Marcia Bailey has it all: a passionate marriage to a rich and handsome man who is utterly devoted to her; fame and success as London’s premier matchmaker; a beautiful home in a posh neighbourhood, and fabulous holidays in exotic places. But her perfect life turns into a nightmare overnight when a mysterious caller suddenly threatens to reveal secrets from her past she thought she had left behind forever. Who is he and what does he really want? He says he wants three million pounds to keep quiet, and she’s willing to pay. After all, she has already sacrificed so much, and perfect lives don’t come cheap. But Marcia has a hunch her caller wants more than money from her. He wants to hurt and humiliate her. But why? As police investigate a brutal murder in a wealthy London neighborhood, they untangle a web of lies, violence, sex and jealousy surrounding Marcia Bailey and the group of wealthy and powerful men who have secrets of their own to keep.

Games We Played by Shawne Steiger @Ramelle1 @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #Books #Thriller #BlogTour #Giveaway #Excerpt

When actress Rachel Goldberg shares her personal views on a local radio show, she becomes a target for online harassment. Things go too far when someone paints a swastika on her front door, not only terrifying her but also dredging up some painful childhood memories. Rachel escapes to her hometown of Carlsbad. To avoid upsetting her parents, she tells them she’s there to visit her Orthodox Jewish grandmother, even though that’s the last thing she wants to do. But trouble may have followed her.Stephen Drescher is home from Iraq, but his dishonorable discharge contaminates his transition back to civilian life. His old skinhead friends, the ones who urged him to enlist so he could learn to make better bombs, have disappeared, and he can’t even afford to adopt a dog. Thinking to reconnect with his childhood friend, he googles Rachel’s name and is stunned to see the comments on her Facebook page. He summons the courage to contact her, Rachel and Stephen, who have vastly different feelings about the games they played and what might come of their reunion, must come to terms with their pasts before they can work toward their futures.