New Release & #giveaway – You Found Me (Complete Series) by Eve Cates @just_eve_cates @xpressotours

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Book & Author Details:

You Found Me (Complete Series) by Eve Cates
Publication date: May 2nd 2016
Genres: Adult, Romance

YouFoundMeComplete.jpgSynopsis:

After a summer spent in France with her controlling mother, Sage Forrester is returning to New York to marry her long-time beau, Nicolas Billiton. But there’s a problem, Sage and Nick don’t share much of a…spark.

Sage wonders if she’s incapable of feeling, or if she’s just stifled in her life as a princess of the Upper East Side. Plus, there’s a secret she’s forced to keep to maintain their extravagant lifestyle.

All of this changes when a young Australian model by the name of Cameron Wilson steps onto the elevator and takes notice of her. Her heart starts racing. There’s electricity. There’s a connection.

And he feels it too.

After a series of chance encounters pushes them closer and closer together, Sage is forced to make a decision between doing what is expected and following her heart.

Or will fate have other, much more disastrous, plans?

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excerpt

“I’m going to say hi. Wish me luck.”

Before I can say anything, she’s heading down the stairs, and I’m left staring at him, feeling sick over the thought of Florence doing anything with him at all. My stomach twists. The alcohol feels sour. I want to go home.

That’s when he meets my eyes.

That’s when the room goes silent.

He stops moving and smiles up at me. I want to smile back. I want to stand up and race down to him, throw myself at him and feel that connection coursing through our bodies.

But, I don’t do anything of the sort. I simply maintain eye contact until Florence reaches him, and the moment he breaks our gaze to look at her, I get up and make my way to the exit. I can’t watch this.

Pushing my way through the crowd, I almost make it to the exit. Almost. The world’s sexiest voice stops me in my tracks, as the world’s most perfect arm encircles my waist. “Found you,” he murmurs against my ear.

All I want to do is melt against his chest and move to the beat of the music with his body pressed to mine. I want to tangle my hands in his hair and kiss him with a passion I didn’t even know existed until a few days ago.

But I can’t. Not here. Not when I’ve just come from planning my wedding to someone else.

Pushing his arm away, I turn to face him. “I wasn’t looking for you. You were busy, and I was leaving.” God, he’s so incredibly beautiful. My fingers ache to reach out and touch him. My mind wants to let go of all my objections and just fall.

“Jealous?” His lips curve in a grin as he reaches out to take my hand. I want to bite his lip and pull at it with my teeth.

“I have no right to be jealous.”

“Sure you do,” he says running his thumb over my knuckles

 

purchase links

 Amazon US | Amazon UK

 

About the author

Eve Cates is a twenty-something author of contemporary erotic romance. She loves all things naughty, demanding men and difficult situations (pass the popcorn please). Her first series, StepSister Devotion, will be told in four parts, releasing via Kindle Unlimited.

Eve has loved writing ever since she picked up her first crayon and penned a note to her imaginary friend ‘Pok’. Accused of being a ‘dreamer’ as she grew, she’s taken that notion and turned her daydreams into stories to delight and satisfy her readers.

When she isn’t writing, you’ll find her at home with her husband, four children, and two dogs.

 

author links

Twitter | Website | Facebook | Goodreads

giveaway

Enter the giveaway HERE

 

 

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