Tuesday, 24 July 2018

Tempting Friendship Release Day

Today I'm helping out a very talented author friend with the release of what looks like another great book. So it's over to Patricia Lynne and Tempting Friendship.


At first, Quinn isn’t impressed by Keane. He’s cocky and has sex on the brain. The polar opposite of her. Despite their differences, something blossoms between the two. 

Never one to take things seriously, Keane is an incubus coasting through life without a care. When he meets Quinn, her lack of reaction to him piques his interest. No human has ever been able to resist him. 

As Keane and Quinn struggle to understand what is going on between them, something sinister rocks their world. Young incubi are vanishing, and Keane's friends go missing. Someone is after his kind. When Quinn is kidnapped, Keane must uncover who is behind the abductions and get to her before it's too late.


Keane’s Top Five Video Games by Keane
Hello my adoring fans. *winks* I decided to take time out of my busy schedule and clue you in on the must have video games everyone should play. And don’t try to tell me you’re not into games. These are worth it. Trust me, I’ve been around long enough to know good quality when I see it.

1.      We have to start with a classic: Pong. It doesn’t get much simpler than that but did this change everything. I don’t want to think of where gaming would be if not for this game.
2.      Sonic The Hedgehog. I know there are going to be Nintendo fanboys/girls yelling at me but hear me out. Sonic is just a blast. It’s fast paced, the music is great, and the graphics still hold up. I’m right and you know it.
3.      The Legend of Zelda; Ocarina of Time. Can I really call myself a gamer if I didn’t love this game? It was amazing. The story. The characters. The music. I still play this game. (I do have to admit, Breath of the Wild has become a second close.)
4.      Street Fight. Chun Lee. Nuff said.
5.      Tomb Raider games, but not the reboot. The reboot was fun to play, but Lara is so booooring now. Before she was snarky and confident. I love a confident woman. I hope future releases in the reboot have Lara gaining the confidence the old Lara had.


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About the Author



Patricia never set out to become a writer, and in fact, she never considered it an option during high school and college. She was more of an art and band geek. Some stories are meant to be told, and now she can't stop writing.



She writes New Adult under the name Patricia Josephine and Young Adult under the name Patricia Lynne.


Patricia lives with her husband in Michigan, hopes one day to have what will resemble a small petting zoo, and has a fondness for dying her hair the colors of the rainbow.



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12 comments:

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L. Diane Wolfe said...

I loved Sonic, especially the second one. I always played Tails.

Darla M Sands said...

Oh, best wishes on the release! Looks like an interesting read. Happy Writing!

JeffO said...

Congratulations and best of luck, Patricia!

Diane Burton said...

I'm not into gaming now. I played the original Zelda. Loaned the disk to someone and never got it back. :( Solitaire and Mah Jong do tempt me, though. Best wishes on your new release.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Nick - good luck to Patricia ... I know nothing about gaming - but I know many do ... cheers Hilary

Patricia Lynne said...

Thanks for having me, Nick. ^_^

Liz A. said...

Video games from my retail days. (I worked in the video game section, so these were my friends.)

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

My kids love Sonic. Wasn't there a TV show too? Congrats, Patricia.

Patsy said...

I like how you've given us a real insight into Kean's personality just with that intro to the list.

Heather R. Holden said...

Many congrats to Patricia! Was fun seeing what kind of video games Keane enjoys most...

Neurotic Workaholic said...

I remember those video games; they were fun to play. And congratulations to Patricia on the new book!