08 July 2015

Promotional Tour& Giveaway: Hide Me (Silver Strands #1) by Lexi Scott

Hide Me (Silver Strands #1)
by Lexi Scott.
Audience/Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance.
Publication: July 7th 2015.
Sometimes it's easier to run...

Ripped apart by guilt and grief, nineteen-year-old Whit Conrad grabs her stuff and runs from her super-conservative home and family in Pennsylvania and hauls ass for sunny California. All she wants is escape. Now she has a craptastic apartment, a job at a tattoo parlour, and even a friend-who's-mostly-benefits. Then she meets a sexy, inked, surfer-dude who has the potential of capsizing everything...

Deo Beckett is adrift. Underemployed and over-boozing, Deo knows he should be doing something more with his life. Being something more. All it takes is a pin-up hottie with a smart mouth—and a bruised soul—to force Deo to start looking below the surface. To wonder if there's more to life than being a beach bum. Now he's falling for Whit...and hard.

But Whit ran from home for a reason, and she'll go to any lengths to keep Deo from learning the truth...

*previously released under Lengths in 2012

I slide the picture back into my desk drawer. The one of my brother sitting in Rocko’s chair, getting a new piece of ink. I had it printed from one of those websites that lets you turn your entire Instagram account into actual photos. That’s exactly what I did with his after the funeral. I had every photo he took while he was in Silver Strand printed.
When they came in the mail, the box was smaller than I’d assumed it would be, then again, I had the same thought when his ashes arrived. Strange how that is. A person’s entire life can fit into an eight-by-twelve inch box, whether it’s the memories they leave behind, or the ash they turn into.
It doesn’t seem like nearly enough for the vibrant, brilliant, brave man Wakefield was.
When the photos arrived, my plan started to form. I refused to let him be forgotten. So I took those photos and mapped out the places I’d go. I planned how I’d fall into his footsteps and how good it would feel to walk the same streets he did in this city that he loved so much.
I thought being here would provide some closure, some way to move on. That was probably my dumbest idea yet.
Because Wakefield is everywhere.
And nowhere at all.
He’s nothing more than the name my parents whisper. The ink behind my ear.
A memory crammed in a box or a drawer.

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July 8th
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July 9th
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July 10th
Good Choice Reading, http://www.goodchoicereading.com​

Lexi Scott is the combined forces of authors and best friends, Liz Reinhardt and Steph Campbell. Together, they write new adult and contemporary romance featuring strong, smart, feisty women and the swoon worthy, good guys who love them. The grew up on opposite coasts‐ one on the east, one of them on the west, but somehow, both ended up married and raising their families in the Southern U.S. They love traveling, good food, wine and hoarding books.

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