Friday, April 25, 2014

Jen's Book Reviews: Author Spotlight: Ryan O'Leary

Jen's Book Reviews: Author Spotlight: Ryan O'Leary: Hello Ryan, thank you for taking the time to do this interview for Jen's Book Reviews   Let's start of by asking, what got you into ...

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Thunderbird - Hell Yeah! 13 - Equalizers

THUNDERBIRD by Sable Hunter and Ryan O'Leary

Soulmates. Twin souls. Two people destined to be together. Their journey to love is never an easy one, but when they meet – their hearts beat only for one another. 
Kyle Chancellor is a hero, an honest to God hero. After winning the Heisman, he turns down a lucrative career as a professional football player to fight in Afghanistan. Not many know he enlisted because his heart was broken. When his time is up, Kyle comes home to form the Equalizers with the members of former Seal Team 7, they band together to fight battles for those who cannot fight for themselves.
Hannah Montenegro is a woman who has sacrificed her life to help her family, never knowing the joys and freedom a young girl should enjoy. She lives in constant fear of being discovered in a country where she has no citizenship and no hope for the future.
But fate has a plan…the night Kyle comes back to Texas, they meet in a bar where he is drowning his sorrows and she is spreading her wings to learn how to fly. From the moment they touch, the heat between them is undeniable. But unfortunate circumstances separate them and neither dares dream they will see one another again.
Kyle is from a powerful Texas family. Because of his work with the Equalizers, his stance on stem-cell research and internet security, he is the only one surprised to find the people of the Lone Star state want him to run for Governor. Many get behind him, including the McCoys. But the one person he wants at his side eludes him.
Hannah is always on his mind. From the beginning their relationship is complicated, but when she comes back into his life, he grabs onto her with both hands. Politics, a sex tape, immigration issues and a baby complicates their pathway to happiness. But Kyle is the Thunderbird and Hannah is his soulmate in the truest sense of the word. Their journey to love is one you’ll never forget.
A modern day Cinderella story with a twist…

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Happy to be Stuck with You - Now on Amazon

Ready for the whole story? Travis and J are now available on Amazon US Get your copy today and find out how it all began.

Love at first sight? 
Travis Ross didn’t believe in it until he laid his eyes on a mysterious brunette across the room at a party. From the very first word out of her mouth, Travis is smitten by this feisty little girl with the one letter name. 
Just back from Mexico, Travis’ mystery girl is full of surprises, some exquisite and some not so nice, but no matter what fate throws at them, Travis is determined to keep them together, determined to win her heart and make sure she’s happy to be stuck with him forever. 
Find out what happened before J got her closet. 

**Content Warning: Contains explicit contents intended for 18+ audience

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Excerpt from the NEW J and Travis Book - Coming Soon

Here you go. I just recently started back up on the novel about how J and Travis got together (you all already know I'm a lazy writer) and here is a little snippet of what I've been writing lately. As always, this is a first draft, so go easy on me. Enjoy 

J’s chest expanded and contracted in great leaps. “Don’t they usually kiss the girl in this situation?”
I looked her in the eye and placed the palm of my free hand on her cheek. God, I wish I could have come up with something witty to say, but I just couldn’t at the moment. I was captivated by her, the only thing on my mind; doing exactly what ‘they usually do in this situation.’
The kiss was soft; our lips melting together like butter in the Texas sun of July. Our mouths barely opened, but our lips spoke volumes. I didn’t know if she felt it too, but the only way to describe a kiss like that was to say it was love.J’s eyes were still shut when I pulled back from her. Her head was tilted to the side like a sleeping baby and a smattering of blush dotted her chest and neck.
“Oh my God,” she whispered in a hushed tone.“You don’t know the half of it.”