Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Promotional Tour: Lines on the Mirror by Lynn Michaels #Excerpt #Review #Giveaway

Lynn Michaels
Lines on the Mirror
Published by Rubicon Fiction
Publish/Release Date:  November 26, 2015
Pre-Order available now
205 pages
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Martin has always done everything his parents ever asked, never making waves, but never learning how
to say no either. Then his new partying neighbors introduce him to a different lifestyle that pushes his limits.

The only thing keeping him grounded is getting back in touch with his first love, Daltrey, who moved across the country when they were still teenagers. Now, he's a successful artist and plays by his own rules. He wants Martin but won't compromise his morals.

When Martin lets his new friends drag him down until he hits bottom, can he ever find his way back to Daltrey and take control of his life?

"It's a start," he breathed into my chest. Having him so close and warm in my arms had me instantly hard. I wanted this man more than anything.

I pushed his head back and bent in to kiss him softly on the lips, hoping for more, and Daltrey didn't disappoint me. He opened his mouth, letting me plunge inside, his mouth more important than my next heart beat. Daltrey's hands slid into my hair and tugged, as a moan broke from his throat, pouring into my mouth.
My hands moved of their own accord, finding their way under the loose T-shirt he wore and touching silky skin that burned beneath my palms. I needed him naked and closer. I wanted to rip his clothes off, but he pulled his own shirt over his head. "You sure?" I asked.
"Gawd, yes. Marty, I need you. I can't," he gasped and dove in for my mouth again. His tongue challenged my own and his hands roamed over my chest and back, tugging at my shirt. I let him pull it over my head and then it joined his on the floor. We pressed our chests together, and I could feel his erection pushing against mine.
"Where's your bedroom, Dal-baby?"

This is the first time I've read Lynn Michaels' work. Whenever I read a new author there's this moment, right before you start, that you whisper to yourself, "please let me love them." LOL You all know what I'm saying. Well, Lynn has definitely sparked my attention with Lines on the Mirror.
There were parts, a lot of, that gutted me. Martin is the MC of this story, and he's a mess and a half. His whole entire life he's been being his father's shadow. Done what he wanted, became what he wanted. He never really did a thing for himself. Then he meets his new neighbors and at first I was like, "Oh these people are cool. They will help him see the world more relaxed." Nope. Well, they did show him things. Sex, drugs, and rock and roll kinds of things. A dangerous path they put him on (Yes that's Yoda) I kept reading it and thought, holy peer pressure! I mean we all have been there. Done what the cool kids want just to be needed, adored, loved. Something very much lacking in Martin's life. Then comes the old flame, Daltry. That's when things shift. Martin's in a deep dark place and Daltry is a light he desperately needs and now Martin needs to choose Daltry or the dangerous road he's currently driving out of control on. This is a twisty, dark story but it's well written and it has a very powerful message. I recommend it for sure.

Lynn Michaels lives and writes in Tampa, Florida where the sun is hot and the Sangria is cold. Lynn is the newest addition to Rubicon Fiction, and she loves reading and writing about hot men in love.

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Also by Lynn Michaels
The Holeshot
Published by Rubicon Fiction
Published August 2015
318 pgs
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  1. i would trying drugs when i was younger

    1. Read this book last week and loved it! Such a great story! Can't wait to read more from Lynn Michaels.

  2. Smoking! It is such a nasty habit that I can't seem to break.


  3. So many bad habits around... I enjoyed exploring this world of sex, drugs, and rock and roll - it was fun but dangerous - for Martin!

    -Lynn Michaels

  4. Drinking and smoking when I was younger because peers were doing the same.

    1. I think we all go through that same thing at one point or another. It can be hard to put it away and move one.

  5. If I told you I'd have to kill you, just know it was bad & stupid!!!
    Thanks for the chance!

  6. If I told you I'd have to kill you, just know it was bad & stupid!!!
    Thanks for the chance!