*Excerpt Reveal* Into the Heat by Tamara Lush

Today we have the blog tour for INTO THE HEAT by Tamara Lush! Grab your copy today and follow along the tour!

Into the Heat Synopsis:

A veteran and his first love meet again. Can they help each other heal on the Florida beach?

Leo Villeneuve joined the Marines and shipped off to Afghanistan because that’s what the men in his family do. And, if he’s honest, he was running from the family upheaval caused by his teen summer love’s pregnancy scare. Hard to say who was angrier, his father or her mother. He spent months in an earthly hell of heat, dust and battle before being wounded both physically and emotionally.

Now the Marine is back on Palmira Island to open a new bakery for his family’s business. But even if his first love is still here, Leo’s not sure she’ll want anything to do with a veteran suffering from PTSD so bad that he walks in his sleep — and possibly worse. If only he could remember the night the local recruiting office burned down … and whether he had anything to do with it.

Jessica Clarke was the girl left behind when her young lover was whisked away by his wealthy family. She put her life back together, and helped run her mom’s bed-and-breakfast on Palmira Island. She still loves the inn, but now she must make it a success on her own, and against opposition from her sister, who wants to sell. Still reeling from their mother’s death, Jess discovered her fiancé was cheating on her.

And just when Jess thinks her life can’t get any worse, Leo is back on Palmira Island. An older, more manly, more secretive Leo. The flame between them burns brighter than ever, but why does Leo coax her close, only to pull away? And will he still want her when he learns her secret anguish?

Get Your Copy Today:

Into the Heat:

Amazon | Apple iBooks | Barnes & Noble | Google Play | Kobo

Excerpt Reveal:

She removed her hand, and his stomach knotted because he craved more of her touch. “I’m sorry that happened to you,” she murmured. She pointed to the colorful, sexy mermaid with the blonde hair on his other arm, on his good shoulder. With her index finger she traced the length of the art, sending intense shivers through him. This he could feel, and it was almost too much to bear.

“What about this one?” she murmured, tapping on the mermaid.

He swallowed, and his voice came out in a rasp. He’d got- ten the tattoo after basic training in South Carolina one rainy night when he was thinking of her.

“That’s for a girl I once knew. The first time I kissed her, it was on the beach in Florida. About five years ago.”

Her eyes flew to his, wide with surprise. Without thinking, he reached out and put his hand on her jaw and pulled her toward him. He captured her mouth roughly, wanting only to feel the heat of her lips and tongue as pleasure raced through his body. Kissing her couldn’t erase the past, but maybe it would make him forget, for just a few minutes, everything.

It did.

The kiss was filled with longing and need, and all the famil- iarity of her washed through him. She tasted like mint and tea and bread, but also distinctly like Jessica, a sweetness that he had ached for years to savor again. A noise that started in her throat as a surprised squeak ended in a throaty moan and made him hard. She kissed him back with fierce passion, and her hands gathered his T-shirt and pulled him close.

The kiss, and the way their tongues swirled, was better than his memories. This was nothing like when they were teenagers, nothing like their first hesitant encounter. This was an adult kiss, a real kiss, a kiss of clear lust and pure, needy pain. And because she was tall and solid, she fit into his big body just right. Nothing had felt this good in years.

Hot Shade:

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | IndieBound | Kobo

About Tamara Lush:

During the day, Tamara Lush writes news as a journalist with The Associated Press. At night, she writes fictional romance tales about complicated, sexy men and the women who love them.

Her first full-length novel, HOT SHADE, was published in September 2015 with Boroughs Publishing Group. INTO THE HEAT is her second full-length novel and it’s also with Boroughs.

TELL ME A STORY is Tamara’s first novella. It’s the first episode of The Story Series, a five-novella serial about a bookstore owner who reads erotica to a billionaire during a literary event in Florida.

When Tamara isn’t reporting, writing or reading, she’s doing yoga, cooking for her Italian husband or chasing her dogs on a beach on Florida’s Gulf Coast. She loves connecting with people on social media.

Connect with Tamara:


Enter Tamara’s Giveaway:

a Rafflecopter giveaway



Blogs Taking Part in the Blog Tour:

May 1st

Books,Dreams,Life Excerpt

Fictional Rendezvous Book Blog Excerpt

BrizzleLass Books Excerpt

May 2nd

Book Junkiez Excerpt

A Sky Filled with Sparkling Stars Excerpt

My Slanted Bookish Ramblings Review

May 3rd

Fictional Rendezvous Book Blog Excerpt

May 4th

bad boys and bedtime stories book blog Review

Books and Tequila Review

Ramblings From This Chick Review

She Hearts Books Review

Shirley’s Bookshelf Excerpt

May 5th

Evermore Books Excerpt

Once Upon a Book Blog Excerpt

The Ordinary Housewife Book Blog Review

My Book Filled Life Review

Scandalous Book Blog Review

May 6th

Adventures in Writing Excerpt

Dog-Eared Daydreams Review

Brittany’s Book Blog Excerpt

Friends Till The End Book BLog Excerpt

Becky’s Book Worm World Review

abibliophobia anonymous book reviews Excerpt

May 7th

G & T’s Indie Café Excerpt

EskieMama Reads & Dragon Lady Reads Excerpt

Jax’s Book Magic Excerpt

MJ’s Book Blog and Reviews Excerpt

The Phantom Paragrapher Review

Rread-Love-Blog Review

Another Book Hangover Excerpt

Wicked Babes Blog Reviews Review


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s