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Blog Tour and Giveaway: Reckless Abandon: Andrea Randall


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This is the 2nd book in the November Blue series

November Harris is lost. After a failed romance with musician Bo Cavanaugh, Ember is left struggling to regain her true self. The problem is, Bo won’t go away and Ember's stance is firm—she doesn't want him back.

Adrian Turner, Ember's ex-boyfriend-turned confidant, is patient with her heartbreak, but he can't hold back his own feelings forever. 

As she sorts through her past, in an effort to plan a solid future, Ember will find that sometimes even the best laid plans bow to the soul's desire for reckless abandon


For the first 12 months, 5% of all sales from Reckless Abandon will go to the New England Center for Homeless Veterans.

This is the sequel to Ten Days of Perfect

and you need to read the first book to understand and enjoy it.
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See Kim's 4.5 star review of Ten Days of Perfect
See Kim's 4.5 star review of Reckless Abandon


EXCERPT:

Before he can respond, the bartender takes the stage and announces Bo. My fingers tingle and I feel slightly dizzy. I notice that Rae is staring at me and am thankful that Regan isn’t. I tilt my chin to the stage to somehow reassure her that everything’s fine. Bo comes out wearing black jeans and a green t-shirt. The green t-shirt he told me reminded him of my eyes. I swallow hard as he sits on the stool and, without saying a word, starts strumming.

Every feeling from the first night I heard him play flies through me like a drunken seagull. I take several deep breaths as he makes his way through his original work, praying that what I’m feeling isn’t regret. The strings, his fingers, the warm bourbon tone kissing the microphone; they’re all lulling me into his presence, his being.


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Andrea Randall is a 2005 graduate of Cornell University and currently lives in Western Massachusetts with her husband and three children.
I started writing poetry long before writing fiction. I firmly believe Poetry is a solid foundation for all other forms of writing. It taught me that a single word can make or break the world. I write fiction because my characters have a story and they want me to tell it. 



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