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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

WHEELS AND HEELS by Jaime Samms Blog Tour



About Wheels and Heels

As a teenager, Ira Bedford fled a troubled home life and people who didn’t understand his penchant for feminine things. In the city, he fell in with Cedric, who found him work as an underage stripper. It took him years to escape Cedric’s influence and try to build a life of his own.

Now, he just wants to be left alone to create his art. But Cedric’s on-going harassment means Ira had to drop out of art school, is squatting in a friend’s apartment, and is still relying on his allure as a sexy, skirt-wearing exotic dancer to pay his bills.

Then he meets Jed. Part-time bartender and the apartment building’s superintendent, Jed is just the right mix of strong, kind, and protective to pull Ira out of hiding. He also welcomes Ira into his chosen family at the Hen and Hog Pub. But Ira yearns for more. Still, he doesn’t dare to hope that Jed will want him and his questionable past, his skirts and high heels, his hang-ups, and the profession he seems unable to escape. But Jed will do anything to prove him wrong.



About Jaime Samms

Jaime has been writing for various publishers since the fall of 2008, although she’s been writing for herself far longer. Her Stories about men falling in love are the stories that she loves to read, so it seemed to make sense if she was going to write, they would also be the stories she wrote.
These days, you can find plenty of free reading on her website. She also writes for Various Publishers.

Spare time, when it can be found rolled into a ball at the back of the dryer or cavorting with the dust bunnies in the corners, is spent crocheting, drawing, gardening (weather permitting, of course, since she is Canadian!), or watching movies. She has a day job, as well, which she loves, and two kids, but thankfully, also a wonderful husband who shoulders more than his fair share of household and child-care responsibilities.

She graduated some time ago from college with a fine arts diploma, and a major in textile arts, which basically qualifies her to draw pictures and create things with string and fabric. One always needs an official slip of paper to fall back on after all . . .

Connect with Jaime:
Website: http://jaime-samms.com
Amazon Author page: amazon.com/author/jaimesamms




Giveaway

To celebrate the release of Wheels and Heels, one lucky winner will receive a $10 Riptide credit! Leave a comment with your contact info to enter the contest. Entries close at midnight, Eastern time, on March 17, 2018. Contest is NOT restricted to U.S. entries. Thanks for following the tour, and don’t forget to leave your contact info








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Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents


7 comments:

  1. Gotta hand it to Ira--I know I'd fall off those heels on the cover, absolutely!

    vitajex(at)Aol(dot)com

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  2. Looking forward to giving this a read.
    humhumbum AT yahoo DOT com

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  3. I definitely couldn't wear heels like that! Book sounds good.
    jlshannon74 at gmail.com

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  4. The book sounds great. Great characters. I will be reading it soon.
    heath0043 at gmail dot com

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  5. Unfortunately, this is from Riptide. As revealed in great detailed proofs, they have been involved for years, and apologized multiple times, yet continued to do the same things that are racist, block, harass, gaslight, and undermine authors and other victims to protect themselves and their fav authors. Even their latest attempts re: colluding with faux Santino Hassell & harming Xen Sanders are more attempts to save themselves and do not directly address the issues at the top, much less act to eliminate the institutionalized cancer in their culture. They just talk about doing, like they have in the past & ultimately did nothing. It still went on. I'm torn b/c now good innocent authors are affected, but I feel it's worse to support this publisher, even by doing nothing. So #timesup for Riptide & the authors involved. – Purple Reader,
    TheWrote [at] aol [dot] com

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    1. Steve, I do understand your position, and have spent many long hours contemplating the situation. I stand with those who have been hurt, and I do not support the harm that was done. I won't hijack the thread of the good bloggers who have been supportive of me and my work in a very tough situation. I welcome you to contact me privately to discuss the steps I've taken to deal with all of this, as I don't feel that usurping someone else's platform is fair to the blog, or the right thing to do. Please visit my website for my contact information, or contact me through private message on facebook or twitter. I will always listen. I ask only that of others. Jaime

      To the owners of fangirlmoments, thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for your support. I know this hasn't been easy for anyone, and I do appreciate the benefit of the doubt you've shown by sharing my book.

      To those others who have visited and commented, again, thank you. Your support and understanding of the difficult position struggling authors have been put in over this is so appreciated.

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  6. I can't wait to read this book.
    sstrode at scrtc dot com

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