Monday, August 3, 2015

Promo Post: Pushed, by A.F. Crowell

Nurse Leila Matthews has seen it all, or so she thought until this morning. Into the chaos of her trauma ward walked a man more intense than anything she has ever known. His smile tore away all her defenses, and his kiss ignited flames damped for far too long—and a knowledge that such dangerous ripples are only the beginning.
Brody Davis is anything but safe. Wealthy, handsome, and unrepentantly single, the billionaire’s first priority is himself…and the pleasure of every woman he’s sure to leave. Yet his best friend’s baby sister is temptation itself. If any female could make him stay, it would be Leila, whose sweet lips and sweeter flesh push him to be better than he believes he can. He desires a quick conquest. The battle for Leila’s heart is yet to be fought. And he is not the only combatant.

About Author A.F. Crowell
I live in Charleston, SC with my husband and our two boys. We have two dogs, Diesel, a German Shepherd and Dez, a black Labrador Retriever. We love to spend time at the beach or out at the hunt club. I have a secret love of shooting guns. My greatest accomplishment is without a doubt, my two smart, handsome boys. 
Until four years ago, I wasn't a very big reader. Since that time I've more than made up for it. When I'm not writing my own books, I average about 4 to 5 books a week. I love romance and YA novels. Some of my favorite authors are Sandi Lynn, L. Wilder, Kristen Ashley, Gail McHugh, Emily Snow, Julia Sykes, River Savage, LP Lovell, K. Bromberg, Kelly Elliott, Katy Evans, J. Kenner, Sydney Landon, T.K. Leigh, Nina Levine, Laurelin Paige, JC Reed, … seriously this list could go on for pages. 
Pushed was the first book I wrote and is the part of a three book series. Never in a million years did I ever think I'd write a book but one night I woke up from a dream and I started typing, from there the Torn Series was born. On a whim I decided to submit my manuscript, a few months after self-publishing, to Boroughs Publishing Group and was contacted within a few hours with interest. From there I was offered a contract. It’s been a rollercoaster ride and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. My poor editor is probably rethinking after the first round of edits. I should add that while in my first year of college I almost failed English 101. I hated sentence structure and punctuation.
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