Sunday, August 21, 2016

Release Blitz & Review ~ Seventeen Days by DB James

Title: Seventeen Days
Author: D.B. James
Genre: New Adult Romance
Release Date: August 19, 2016
What can one night in Paris, change?
Morgan Young’s plans for the summer consisted of two things: fun and friends. Working in a small costal Alabama town for a man she barely knew wasn’t included — especially since she can’t stay away from him.
After losing everyone he loves, Harrison Montgomery has given up on happiness — and love. When his path crosses with the feisty redhead’s, he can’t seem to get her off his mind. But their time together is threatened by Morgan’s plans to leave.
One dare may change the future.
Harrison throws down a challenge, a dare that changes their lives — one Morgan accepts. But is Seventeen Days really enough to fall in love? Can they find a home in one another, or will the storms of the past pull them under.

Seventeen Days is D.B. James' debut novel. She blew me away with how well her words are weaved together. I look forward to reading more from her in the future.

Morgan is used to earning anything she wants until she lands at her aunts house. Her mom is a model and doesn't want Morgan's behavior to taint her public persona. While there she learns there's more to life and what unconditional love is. 

Harrison runs the family charter company off the Gulf Coast. Harrison is close with Morgan's aunt and meet through her. He has no desire of getting to know the hot tempered girl from New York. 

What can happen in Seventeen Days of spending time getting to know each other?

D.B. James is an indie author of New Adult Romance. Her debut novel will release on August 19, 2016. In her spare time she's an avid reader. Colleen Hoover, Tarryn Fisher, Teagan Hunter, KA Tucker, Linda Kage, Renee Carlino, and Abbi Glines are a few of her obsessions. She's a Michigan girl through and through but currently resides in sunny Florida. Sarcasm, Supernatural (team Sam!), Harry Potter and coffee are among her favorite things.


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