Monday, October 23, 2017

•٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠• Review, Giveaway & Blog Tour For Eternal (Carolina Beach, #2) By Cecy Robson •٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠•

Title:  Eternal: A Carolina Beach Novel
Author: Cecy Robson
Release Date: October 24, 2017
Publisher: Cecy Robson, LLC
Series: Carolina Beach #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 366
Format: Print & Digital

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A Carolina Beach Novel by Cecy 
Robson, tells the story of what happens when
 all is lost and then you find the one. Neither
 Luci nor Landon planned on each other, and 
they definitely didn’t plan on love in this New
 Year’s Eve, one-night stand romance. Fans of 
 SHOT by Kristen Callihan won’t be able to 
put down this emotional and heartfelt read.

After months of bad luck and even worse men,
 Luciana Diaz just wants to crawl under the covers
 and forget the year ever happened. Her friend 
has other plans, convincing Luci to attend a New
 Year’s Eve party on the affluent shores of Kiawah

Luci never expected to have fun. She also never
 expected to wake up next to a man she just met,
 or for this man to be the new attorney at her firm.

Landon Summers is done with drama. After an 
ugly separation and even worse divorce, he has 
no desire to jump into another relationship.

When his sister Trinity drags him to a New Year’s
 Eve party, he doesn’t plan to stay long. One 
drink, a few hellos, and he’s out. Until he meets
 Luci, the first person in months to draw his smile
 and incite his passion.

Neither Luci nor Landon planned on each other, 
and they definitely didn’t plan on love. But the 
New Year means a fresh start, and eternal 
possibilities neither could deny…

Absolutely stunning! This book was a wonderful love story. 
So expertly written and so beautifully done. It had this 
wonderful flow to it and I had a hard time putting it down. This is a contemporary romance and I. Cannot wait to read 

This is Landon and Luci's story. And I love how they met and 
how they were pushed together. Unbeknownst to them. 
Landon is suffering from a lost marriage and his ex is just 
wow. And when he meets Luci it is amazing. She is special
 as she is that sweet and helpful person. I felt so bad for her
 with Ferrnie and how she tried so hard to take care of her. 
I wish it turned out differently but may have been the best 
outcome, but at least Landon was there for her. And his crazy
 family was there to even his nutso sister they were a hoot. 
I laughed so much with how they were. I so can't wait to read
 Trin's story which is book on and out, and more in the series.

Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope you
 enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book, 
please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it 
when you do; they value your opinions too

Copyright © 2017 Cecy Robson

That smile that faded in Blythe’s presence returns. I ease my way out of the bathroom and return to the kitchen, but Landon is gone. So is my purse and our drinks.
My heart falls to my belly, only for it to quicken when a hand presses tenderly against the small of my back. “Are you hungry?” Landon asks. He motions to the corner where a set of heavy curtains sway in the breeze. “I figured with all that we’re drinking, we should get something to eat.”
“That would be lovely,” I say, realizing how much I mean it.
He passes me my clutch and leads me forward, a server slips out from behind a curtain with an empty tray, nodding Landon’s way. As he passes, Landon slips something into his palm. “Thank you, sir,” the young man tells him.
Landon smiles when I look up at him. “After you,” he says.
He parts the curtain, allowing me into a small terrace surrounded by tall glass dividers that repels the wind and allows a magnificent view of the ocean. There’s not much room, the space only large enough for a rectangular fire pit radiating with turquoise glass and a small table with two chairs. To our right people laugh from a larger more open terrace a level down. They can’t see us well, and I don’t really care to see them.
Our beers are placed beside two empty plates, along with two unopened bottles of water. At the center, there’s a large plate filled with food. “Becca likes to eat breakfast out here when she’s home. But she’s not using it and I didn’t want to waste the view.”
“It’s amazing,” I say, taking in the splendor.
I didn’t expect to see the ocean this far into the shore, especially at night. But with moon as bright and as low as it is, its light spills across the waves, illuminating the water and casting a glow along the sand.
Landon pulls out my chair. “I wasn’t sure what you liked, so I asked the staff to bring a little of everything.” He pauses. “You’re not one of those crazy vegans are you?” I laugh. “If you are, I can ask them for some of that crazy vegan food you people like to eat.”
“My people like everything,” I assure him, watching him take a seat in front of me.
“Good,” he says. “So do good ol’ Southern boys.”
We spend an outrageous amount of time talking, and even more simply gazing at each other, smiling softly when the words don’t quite come, and laughing when they finally do.
It’s only when Rihanna’s Love on the Brain begins to play that Landon tears his attention away from me and back in the direction of the party. “Don’t you hate it when everyone is dancing, and you have no one to dance with?” he asks.
I glance down, playing with the fabric of my skirt. “I think it’s worse when the wrong person asks you, and you’ve been waiting for the right one.”
“Oh, yeah?” He grins when I nod. “I suppose I should ask you, before the wrong person gets his chance.”
He doesn’t really ask. He doesn’t need to. I place my hand in his when he opens his palm.
He pulls me up and into him, wrapping his arms securely around my waist as mine circle his neck. He smiles as he looks down and meets my eyes. I return it, losing myself in his stare.
We move to the beat as if we’ve danced a hundred times, despite what I’m feeling is a slew of firsts.
The first time his hard body presses against mine.
The first whisper of his breath against my skin.
The first touch that has no inkling of innocence.
And the first stroke of desire.
His hands slide to my hips as the bass pounds deeper, craving more. “It’s almost midnight,” he rasps against my bare shoulder.
I shudder as his lips graze over my skin, not quite touching, trailing lightly just enough to tease. “Almost,” I agree.
The allure in his voice robs me of air. “I didn’t plan on having anyone to kiss.”
I almost reply, but the way Landon’s mouth hovers over the sweep of my neck keeps me silent, as does the way he draws an invisible line to my ear with his lips.
My heart thuds mercilessly as I wait for his next words.
“But I guess I didn’t plan on you either,” he murmurs, each word softly tortured.
His mouth feathers over mine as the song ends and the countdown to New Year’s begins, opening and closing tentatively, giving me a chance to pull away.
I don’t. I can’t. Not with how good he feels and not with the way his body curls protectively around me.
Urgent voices and anxious steps echo from inside as people rush to find partners to kiss as the countdown reaches ten.
Landon and I aren’t waiting. His tongue dives deep, prodding me possessively and taking me deep.
He grips my hips tighter, pulling me closer, turning the sweet, tentative kiss passionate and daring.
I’m no longer simply kissing him, I’m moaning.
And I’m not alone.
A rumble builds in his throat, ending in a long, dragged out groan.
My body trembles with need, responding and following the rough caress of his palms along my spine.
The clock strikes twelve, people are cheering, bottles of champagne are exploding, and the ocean waves crash harder against the shore. I barely hear them. I only see Landon as he pulls away, his breaths labored like mine, his intensity welding me in place.

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CECY ROBSON is an author of contemporary romance, 
young adult adventure, and award-winning urban fantasy. 
A double RITA® 2016 finalist for Once Pure and Once 
Kissed, and a published author of more than eighteen titles,
 you can typically find her on her laptop writing her stories or 
stumbling blindly in search of caffeine.

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  1. So glad you enjoyed Eternal. Thank you for sharing.

  2. I'm glad you enjoyed Eternal. Thank you for the wonderful feature and for taking the time to review.