Friday, February 27, 2015

Friday, February 27, 2015


Happy Re-Release Day to Victoria Klahr!
Find out if Seth will be able to show Josie the true meaning of love in,
That's a Lie
the sequel to That's a Promise.

TITLE: That’s a Lie (Promises, Promises #2)
AUTHOR: Victoria Klahr
GENRE: Contemporary Adult, New Adult
RE-RELEASED: February 27, 2015

SYNOPSIS:
Seth is back.


When he walked back into my life, it almost felt like the pieces of my broken heart could be fixed. I thought we could go back to being best friends, but then I started to feel what I had been blocking out for years. I tried. Boy, did I try! But once I started to let him in, I wanted nothing more than to cross that line from friendship into something more…


Just when I think I can move on and let myself be happy, an ugly reminder from my past comes storming in and threatens to destroy the sliver of hope that's been growing since Seth came back.


Do I even deserve to be loved?


“I’m not asking to fix your heart. I’m not asking to mend you. I love each and every shattered piece of you. I’m asking that you let me love you. Let me love each piece of your broken heart, and I swear to you I will make up for every heartache you have ever experienced.”


I came back for Josie.


I knew I'd have to fight for her, but with the loss of her dad and the truth about what happened with her and Blake, I quickly realized that making her mine was going to be a lot harder than I first thought. The problem is, I can’t pretend like she’s just my best friend. I can’t pretend I don’t want more.


I'm willing to do anything to get her to admit she has the same passionate feelings for me, because I know once she opens up and stops lying to herself, I can show her what it really means to be loved. It's a battle of wills, but my love for her is stronger than her will to stop me.


So I fight for her. I fight because I know she deserves it.

PURCHASE HERE:

TEASERS:



OTHER BOOKS IN THE SERIES:
That’s a Promise (Promises, Promises #1)


SYNOPSIS:
Pain isn’t new to me.


I’ve been to hell only to find it never really leaves when you get back. It haunts me through nightmares, unrequited love, lies, broken hearts, and now death.


A monster almost took my life.
My best friend carries half my soul a world away.
My boyfriend broke my heart but refuses to let me go.
And my father is dead.


I don’t believe in fate and I don’t believe in happily-ever-afters, but for some reason, I still hope.


Live, even with a tainted spirit.
Long for my other half to come back to me.
Risk another broken heart, just to feel loved again.
And refuse to let another horror break me.


In the face of my most recent tragedy, I have to decide whether forgiveness is something I can give. But even if that’s an option, can I be forgiven?

PURCHASE HERE:





ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Victoria Klahr (pronounced “Claire”) lives in North Carolina with her husband, daughter, and furbaby, Stephen, Alexis, and Bandit. When she’s not daydreaming about book boyfriends and fantasizing about being a badass heroine, she’s busy writing the stories that keep popping into her head. She’s currently finishing the Promises, Promises series and plotting multiple spin-offs. 

CONNECT WITH VICTORIA:
https://www.facebook.com/fmrpromotions?fref=ts


Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

That's a Promise is FREE



For the next FIVE days, That's a Promise will be FREE on Amazon. If you haven't already explored the tragic love story between Josie, Blake and Seth, then get your copy today! It's just in time for the re-release of That's a Lie! Make sure to let everyone know they can get it FREE until March 1st.

Buy Links: 

Amazon US: http://amzn.to/18llbp4

Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/1A6zfbu

Amazon AU: http://bit.ly/1BchKw1

Amazon CA: http://amzn.to/1DaRAWR 

Friday, February 20, 2015

Friday, February 20, 2015

That's a Lie Cover Reveal


TITLE: That’s a Lie (Promises, Promises #2)
AUTHOR: Victoria Klahr
GENRE: Contemporary Adult, New Adult
RE-RELEASING: February 27, 2015


SYNOPSIS:
Seth is back.


When he walked back into my life, it almost felt like the pieces of my broken heart could be fixed. I thought we could go back to being best friends, but then I started to feel what I had been blocking out for years. I tried. Boy, did I try! But once I started to let him in, I wanted nothing more than to cross that line from friendship into something more…


Just when I think I can move on and let myself be happy, an ugly reminder from my past comes storming in and threatens to destroy the sliver of hope that's been growing since Seth came back.


Do I even deserve to be loved?


“I’m not asking to fix your heart. I’m not asking to mend you. I love each and every shattered piece of you. I’m asking that you let me love you. Let me love each piece of your broken heart, and I swear to you I will make up for every heartache you have ever experienced.”


I came back for Josie.


I knew I'd have to fight for her, but with the loss of her dad and the truth about what happened with her and Blake, I quickly realized that making her mine was going to be a lot harder than I first thought. The problem is, I can’t pretend like she’s just my best friend. I can’t pretend I don’t want more.


I'm willing to do anything to get her to admit she has the same passionate feelings for me, because I know once she opens up and stops lying to herself, I can show her what it really means to be loved. It's a battle of wills, but my love for her is stronger than her will to stop me.


So I fight for her. I fight because I know she deserves it.



OTHER BOOKS IN THE SERIES:
That’s a Promise (Promises, Promises #1)

SYNOPSIS:
Pain isn’t new to me.


I’ve been to hell only to find it never really leaves when you get back. It haunts me through nightmares, unrequited love, lies, broken hearts, and now death.


A monster almost took my life.
My best friend carries half my soul a world away.
My boyfriend broke my heart but refuses to let me go.
And my father is dead.


I don’t believe in fate and I don’t believe in happily-ever-afters, but for some reason, I still hope.


Live, even with a tainted spirit.
Long for my other half to come back to me.
Risk another broken heart, just to feel loved again.
And refuse to let another horror break me.


In the face of my most recent tragedy, I have to decide whether forgiveness is something I can give. But even if that’s an option, can I be forgiven?

PURCHASE HERE:


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Victoria Klahr (pronounced “Claire”) lives in North Carolina with her husband, daughter, and furbaby, Stephen, Alexis, and Bandit. When she’s not daydreaming about book boyfriends and fantasizing about being a badass heroine, she’s busy writing the stories that keep popping into her head. She’s currently finishing the Promises, Promises series and plotting multiple spin-offs. 


CONNECT WITH VICTORIA:



Monday, February 2, 2015

Monday, February 02, 2015

That's a Relief-- First look

His hand touches my cheek and an instant betrayal crashes into my heart. “You look beautiful, Josie,” he says, voice low and thick. I close my eyes and turn away from his touch. Hot tears sting behind my eyes. I know better. How could I let him touch me? Sure it was only for two seconds, but that’s still way too long. When I look at him again, he gives me a reassuring smile. “You look happy,” he says, shoving his hand in his pocket. He nods his head as if agreeing with something he’s said in his head. “At peace. Something I couldn’t give you. I really am glad you’ve found that. You deserve that.”

“Thank you,” I say softly. He knows too. He knows Seth is right for me. He steps closer and shatters whatever respect I had for him for accepting my relationship with Seth.

“But if that ever changes. If you’re ever unhappy or feeling even a sliver of doubt or if he hurts you or keeps something from you, open that box. Follow it and you’ll know that despite everything we went through I truly loved you. I love you.”

Feeling the sting of his words like a slap on the face, I take a step back, appalled. “How dare you, Blake.” I give him a scathing look, heat pumping in my chest and throat. “Don’t say things like that. You will never get me to change my mind. Even if Seth and I go through a rough time, I will never choose you. I will never be with you. No matter what’s in the fucking box. I’ll never change my mind.”

Undeterred, but giving me the distance I need, he says, “Well then, I suppose you could still open it and follow it. Though I wouldn’t share it with Seth. It might bruise his ego—not being able to give you everything you ever wanted.”

I scrunch my face in disgust. “God, I can’t remember one reason why I ever even liked you, let alone thought I loved you.”

He runs his hand over his scruffy face, closing his eyes. “Dammit, Jo. I didn’t mean for this to turn into this. I guess I’m just a little jealous to see his ring your finger instead of mine.” He shakes his head and gives me a contrite look. “I’m sorry. Forget it.”

He walks away and I start toward the door to go back to Seth. My Seth. The one who makes my heart race with every touch. The one who has loved me for so long but always seems to have more to give. And I’m so fucking glad because out of all the stupid stupid fucking mistakes I’ve made in my life, Seth has never and will never be one of them.

Before I start to our car, Blake turns back around and shatters me once more.

“Oh! Josie. I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you this, but be careful out there. My dad’s become relentless with his questions about you. Stay alert and safe.”

He opens his mouth to speak again, but shakes his head and gives me a sad smile, turning to go to his car. And he leaves me there, mouth slack, one hand moving to my stomach and the other to my racing heart.

And it clicks. The last two weeks finally make sense. The way Dad and Seth would stop talking as soon as I entered a room. The way Seth held me tight when we would walk outside in the dark. The moments I’d catch Seth looking in the distance, jaw set, grinding his teeth before he noticed me watching him, flashing a charming smile to negate any fears I may have had. The reluctance to let me go anywhere alone without him or Dad or Brooke or Bandon.

And I break. The. Fuck. Apart.
Michael.
Michael’s out.

I collapse to my knees and vomit in the middle of the parking lot. 
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