Wednesday, May 19, 2021

#CoverReveal #PreOrder #Giveaway - You're Still the One (A Calamity Falls Small Town Romance Novel) by Erika Kelly

Title: You're Still the One
Series: A Calamity Falls Small Town Romance
Author: Erika Kelly
Genre: Steamy, Small Town, Contemporary Romance (stand alone)
Release Date: July 8, 2021 
Cover Design: Serendipity Formatting

✔️ Hot, inked, motorcycle-riding hero
✔️ Sexy wedding planner with a whole lot of explaining to do
✔️Steamy, small town romance
✔️Second chance romance
✔️And lots and lots of make-up sex

When Stella Cavanaugh gets the chance to come home after a seven-year, self-imposed exile, she takes it. She was born to be a wedding planner, and she hopes creating her sister's wedding might just earn her redemption with her family.

The only thing holding her back is the fear of running into Griffin James, the love of her life. Because she not only hurt her family, she destroyed their relationship. Burned it right to the ground. And she just doesn't know if she can bear to find out he's moved on. She sure hasn't.

Griffin James has a roommate. The fourteen-year-old's staying with him while his dad's on deployment. Sounds simple, but the boy's grandparents are looking for any excuse to pull him out of the clutches of the big, tattooed owner of a bike shop. If Griffin can just stay under their radar, everything should be fine.

But that's just not possible when Stella bursts into their lives. Her sparkly spirit, her big, splashy ideas, and her impulsiveness always lead to disaster. He knew that...but he couldn't resist her.

And now she's on the run again, because...

The very things they love about each other are also what tear them apart.

Movement in the carriage house caught his attention, and when Stella came to the window and looked up at him, his pulse quickened. She pressed her hand to the glass, and he could feel the ghost of that touch on his chest.

Wanted it there.

Wanted her.

All of her.

He grabbed his phone off the nightstand and hit her number.

She stepped away, and the gauzy curtain swung shut “Hey. How’d it go tonight?”

“He doesn’t open up to me he way he does with you.” He wanted to see her again, willed her to come back to the window.

She didn’t make him wait long. “Did you tell him he doesn’t have to spend Thanksgiving with his grandparents?”

“I did, but he said he’d go. He didn’t come out and say it, but I’m sure it’s easier to go along with them than try and fight. He’s told me before the judge ignores him when he defies him or speaks up for himself.”

Defies them. Can you imagine? Not going along with everything they ask of him is viewed as defiance. I would love to give them a piece of my mind.”

He wanted her here, with him. The distance physically hurt. “You eat dinner?”

“Well, I had a really nice salad I found in my mini fridge. I seem to have a secret chef who loads it up every now and then. Wonder who it could be?”

He couldn’t deny how good it made him feel to know she had something to eat when she was buried under all that paperwork.

“I can see that, you know. That sexy little man-grin you try so hard not to show.”

He broke into a full grin. “I’m not hiding anything. Hey, speaking of shows. Thank you for not doing naked yoga in your living room. There’s only so much a man can take.”

“I try to save those kinds of activities for when there isn’t a fourteen-year-old boy in the house.”

“I could send him to boarding school.”

She laughed. And when emotion took up too much space inside him, he went quiet.

She went quiet, too, and it made him wonder…why did he only notice his beating heart when she was around?

Because she is my heart.

She just is.


“Yes?” Her voice was all breathy, a little eager, a little scared.

“You want me to make you some tea?”

“Yes. Very much.”

The urgency pounded like a drum in his throat. “What kind?”

“Anything. I’ll take anything you have to give.”

Damn, this woman. “Get over here.”

Award-winning author Erika Kelly writes sexy and emotional small town romance. Married to the love of her life and raising four children, she lives in the southwest, drinks a lot of tea, and is always waiting for her cats to get off her keyboard. Please note that 10% of the net income of all Erika Kelly books goes to the Semper Fi Fund (


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