Day#3: Meet best selling author PJ Fiala:
NEWS FLASH! ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6th, 2014:
******Starting at 6 am PACIFIC / 9 am EASTERN, join Diane Rinella, Jennifer Theriot, AR Von, Patti Fiala, Dianne Harman as they each gift 50 copies of one of their best selling books! All you have to do is show up, go to the thread for the book(s) of your choice, and add your email address to the list. The author will immediately gift you a copy via Amazon. All we ask is that you please download it immediately. Your email address will be deleted after the event. The event only lasts as long as the number of copies do, so come early!*******
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Day#3: Meet PJ Fiala, best selling author of Dog Days of Summer:
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Scroll all the way down to see MY review of DOG DAYS OF SUMMER!
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Second Chances - http://tinyurl.com/nuut3wn
Dog Days of Summer - http://tinyurl.com/qhld35l
Rydin the Storm Out - http://tinyurl.com/l8x8p84
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He had love and passion to give, but she was afraid to take it.
Owning Rolling Thunder Motorcycles, Inc. and raising his twin sons was top priority in Dog’s life. That was until he met Jocelyn James, the sweet, loving single mother of Gunnar, a young man who works for Dog.
Joci raised Gunnar alone after her cheating, dickhead of a boyfriend ran off with another woman. She finished school, started her own graphic design business and hung out with friends and family. The last thing on her mind was men! That is until she met Dog.
The chemistry is undeniable. The passion is incredible. The family bond is like no other.
MY review of Dog Days of Summer:
5.0 out of 5 stars HAMMER DOWN and HOLD ON!, October 5, 2014
This book was incredible! From the very beginning I was taken by Jeremiah, aka 'Dog' and his rugged sexy ways. From the moment he laid eyes on Joci, he adored and worshipped her. It just took her a while to kick her insecurities and let this hot man into her life. His 'never take no for an answer' spirit and her tenacious drive for independence, coupled for a hot steamy ride.
She was dealt a bad hand in her past relationships. The only bright side to her struggles was her son, Gunnar.
I love how the veterans and love of country were written into the pages of this book. The author has nailed it in her attention to detail and has painted such a beautiful love story while giving us some steam in the sex department. Suffice it to say that if Jeremiah told me to assume the position, I definitely would;)
I also loved how the importance of friends and family were weaved into the story line. A good romance to me is one that captures your attention from the first page and hammers down to a phenomenal finish. Kudos to PJ Fiala! You've won yet another fan and I cannot WAIT to see whats next in the pipeline.....You've definitely gotten my motor running and I'm heading out on the highway following you....
I was born in a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri named Bridgeton. During my time in Missouri, I explored the Ozarks, swam in the Mississippi River, and played kickball and endless games of hide and seek with the neighborhood kids. Spending summers in Kentucky with my grandmother, Ruth, are the fondest childhood memories for me.
At the age of thirteen, my family moved to Wisconsin to learn to farm. Yes, learn to farm! That was interesting. Taking city kids and throwing them on a farm with twenty-eight cows purchased from the humane society because they had been abused was interesting. I learned to milk cows, the ins and outs of breeding and feeding schedules, the never ending haying in the summer, and trying to stay warm in the winter. Our first winter in Wisconsin we had thirty-six inches of snow in one storm and were snowed in our house for three days! Needless to say, I wasn’t loving Wisconsin.
I am now married with four children and three grandchildren. I have learned to love Wisconsin, though I still hate snow. Wisconsin and the United States are beautiful, and my husband and I travel around by motorcycle seeing new sites and meeting new people. It never ceases to amaze me how many people are interested in where we are going and what we have seen along the way. At every gas station, restaurant, and hotel, we have people come up to us and ask us about what we are doing as well as offer advice on which roads in the area are better than others.