Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Release Blitz: Someday - Liz Lovelock

Title: Someday
Series: Canyon Bay #1
Author: Liz Lovelock
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 8, 2017


There’s always a new beginning whispering your name. You just have to have the courage to hear it.

In the space of a few short hours, Chloe’s world does a complete three-sixty. She loses her job thanks to her douchebag ex-boyfriend. Only to come home and catch her current boyfriend and best friend in a compromising position.

When she thinks things couldn’t get any worse; she learns the man she calls her father may not be her actual dad thanks to her lying, cheating mother. How is Chloe supposed to forgive a parent who’s deceived her, her entire life?

With her bags packed, and the hope of rediscovering the happiness she once enjoyed, she heads to a place where not even she knows is waiting for her—Canyon Bay.

Can the people Chloe meets there open her eyes and heart to the someday she’s been waiting for?

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So I have to admit that I don’t think I fully read the blurb for Someday because my reaction to the first three chapters of the book was holy dramafest batman.  It was a trifecta of romance drama tropes all in one, all that was missing was an oops baby.  It quite frankly caught me off guard.  I understand what the author wanted to do, Murphy’s Law or the law of three’s, but it seemed a bit much to me especially when added with the flat tire.  But once I got over the drama, I found a cute, sweet story that was light and funny to balance it out.

Chloe was confused, lost but also really sweet if a bit on the spoiled side.  Seth is charming, flirty and sexy.  The banter between the two of them was cute.  I can’t say that the chemistry between them was red hot but it was there.  I will say I was slightly disappointed on the character development.  Yes there was growth in the story but I felt that the characters weren’t as developed as they could be.  Seth was described as being guarded but he never came off that way to me, just occasionally moody.  And Chloe got over her man hate pretty quick.  I can understand that, because Seth is pretty swoon worthy but I just felt like it was too soon.  I absolutely adored Nan though.  I want to adopt her, bring her home with me and keep her forever.

Overall, the book is enjoyable.  It’s sugar sweet and funny with a lot of drama.  It’s not overly angsty and I didn’t shed any tears.  There are some definite heartwarming moments.   It just wasn’t to my tastes.  It was too fairy tale-like for me with too much drama.  And I felt the drama was handled a little too casually.  I like a little bit of realism mixed in with my romance.    But if you like sweet and cute HEAs, this may be for you.  -Peace and love, Buxom J


Janie takes her shot, and raising it in front of her, she says, “To new beginnings.”

I raise my glass to hers and we down our shots. I then suck in a quick breath to take away the burn. It feels good.

A comfortable silence falls between us. I’m lost in my own little world, a world now housing many cracks. As I glance around, people-watching, something catches my eye.

It’s a picture on a wall. Something about this image captures me, like a lasso. It draws me in. I hop out of my seat and walk towards the framed photo.

“Where are you going?” Janie questions.

“To look at one of these pictures,” I reply.

She quickly hops up and follows. The picture is of a beach lookout. There’s an old wooden bench, and the photographer has taken the picture from behind the seat, looking out at the ocean. It’s a beautiful aqua blue colour.

It’s stunning. For some strange reason, the image sends a peacefulness through me. It’s unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. Out of nowhere, a small voice calls my name. Chloe, a new beginning awaits.

“Did you say something?” I ask, turning to Janie who’s watching me closely, she shakes her head.

“Are you okay, ladies?”

I jump at the sound of Trent’s voice so close, not expecting him to be standing right beside me looking at what’s captured my eye.

With my hand clutching at my pounding chest, I reply, “Yeah, can you tell me about this photo?”

A smile spreads across his face while he ponders on the image. “This picture is one I won’t forget . . . This place was amazing. It holds a special place in my heart.” His hand rests over his own heart.

“Where is it?” I ask, hopeful. This place could be my chance for something different. Before he answers, I already know, no matter where it is, it’s where I’m going.

“It called Canyon Bay.”

Author Bio

Liz Lovelock is from bright sunny Queensland in Australia. She is the mother of three little monsters, a wife to an amazing husband and very much a lover of everything books and reading. Liz has always loved books and, from a very young age she began reading comic books and then in high school her passion grew. She was given Tomorrow When The War Began by John Marsden for an assignment but, when that was done she continued to discover new books to fall in love with.

Liz always has a book she is currently enjoying and, a notebook beside her bed for in her hand bag for when inspiration hits at those crazy times. She is a stationary addict and will buy more notebooks and pens then what she needs. Her one click finger likes to go crazy as well.

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