September 12, 2017

Today we have the release day blitz for My Kinda Song by Lacey Black! Check out the festivities and be sure to grab your copy today!

Title: My Kinda Song

Series: Summer Sisters book 3

Author: Lacey Black

Photographer & Cover Design: Sara Eirew

Models: Dylan Horsch & Tiffany Marie

 

About My Kinda Song:

Abby Summer has been in love with one man most of her life, but he doesn’t know she exists. For years, Abby has watched him go home with woman after woman, not even noticing the one who stands loyally beside him. That’s why a dating site is the perfect solution to Abby’s problems: get over Levi and move on to someone else.

She’s been by his side since they were kids, but Levi Morgan has suddenly started to see his friend in a whole new, beautiful light. She’s everything he didn’t even realize he wanted or needed…until Abby signs up for a dating site. Now, Levi has competition in a way he’s never had before.

What happens when the lines between friendship and lovers begins to blur? Will Abby and Levi be able to navigate a new kinda relationship? When lies are exposed, will it threaten everything they could be together?

*Though part of a series, this book can be read as a standalone. It is intended for those 18 and over due to graphic language, descriptive sex, and the world’s most inappropriate grandparents.

 

 

 

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Sandra's Review

My Kinda Song is the third book in the Summer Sisters series by the very talented and hilarious Lacey Black. Each book is about one of these amazing sisters finding love. I absolutely love this six-pack of sisters. Jaime and Payton had their turn and now it’s time for Abby to get her man. A man that just so happens to be her best friend.
 
Levi and Abby have been best friends since they were ten years old. They have always felt a connection. They know one another better than they know themselves. They do everything together. They are even neighbors. They can talk about anything. But lately, it seems that things have shifted. They both feel it but won’t acknowledge it. They want their best friend.
 
Abby has seen Levi leave with many groupies after a set with his band throughout the years. With each one, it crushes her more and more. She can’t do it anymore. She has to get over him and with the support of her sisters, she tries.
 
Levi isn’t happy about this. Not one bit. Of course, he doesn’t know why she is doing it, but he can’t let his best friend fall for another douche bag. Not when he wants her. Badly. Insanely.
 
Are these two finally ready to see what everyone else has been witness to over the years? The sexual tension. The looks. The love.
 
I love friends to lovers romances. I have read many but this has to be one of my favorites! Seriously…I am kinda in love with Levi. Ok…a lot in love with Levi. I mean come on…he is not only in a band, he is an EMT and a volunteer fireman. And on top of that hotness, he is tatted, pierced, and loves to cook and bake. He is a walking and talking orgasm!! He is also sweet and a dirty talking giver. I can’t even think straight while thinking about him. *swoon* Then there is Abby. She is bookworm with a fierce side. I might just have a girl crush on her.
 
Overall…this is my favorite book of the series! I knew it was going to be a fun and sexy ride but Lacey blew me away with this one! Yes. It’s sexy and fun. But it’s so, so, so much more. I cried more than handful of times. I laughed out loud at the antics of this family. I felt my body heat up. This couple! It’s like a slow burn I couldn’t wait for it to go up in flames!
 
Quotes:
 
Martians could touch down and steal her sisters, and unless they landed directly on my abs, she wouldn’t have a clue.
 
Well, I feel like the third wheel in the opening scene of a porno.
 
“Something tells me I’m in over my head with you, Levi Morgan.”
 
5 Stars

My Kinda Song is the third book in the Summer Sisters series. I love this series.  These sisters and these men are so fun! Lacey Black is my kinda author. She always hooks me in with her humor, keeps me in with her fresh storylines and warms my heart with her characters. My Kinda Song is Abby’s story. We, of course know Abby. She’s been in love with her best friend Levi for years. They have a special relationship. They are always there for one another but lately Abby’s having a hard time being around him. Her feelings are too strong and knowing that he’s not that in to her makes her sad. But is he really not in to her? It seems that Levi’s feelings are changing as well, but he has no idea what to do with them. But after she joins an online dating site he knows what to do. He’s going to make her his. Whatever it takes. I loved watching this friends to lovers story. Levi is sexy and sweet with his smiles and his dirty mouth. Abbey is funny, loving and so damn cute! I laughed, cried, got hot and bothered and laughed more! I can’t wait for more from the fabulous Summer sisters!

 

Martians could touch down and steal her sisters, and unless they landed directly on my abs, she wouldn’t have a clue.

 

“Come on, angel. Let’s buy books.”

She stops and looks me square in the eye. “That may be the most romantic thing anyone has ever said to me.”

“I aim to please, sweetheart. Let’s go.”

 

“You make me so fucking nuts that I can’t think straight, can’t even see what’s around me. You are all I see, all I want, and all I fucking need.”

 

Exclusive Excerpt:

Back on stage, Gage instantly starts heckling me about where I was with Crystal. I don’t bother telling him I wasn’t with her because he sure as shit won’t believe me. He’s one of those guys who latches onto something and won’t let go. Like a dog with a bone, he’ll keep needling me until I give him the juicy details. Only this time, there are no details to give, but that doesn’t matter. He’ll just accuse me of keeping my dirty little secrets to myself. We’ve been down this road before.

Grabbing my guitar, I give it a quick tune, making sure everything is just right. Dexter starts tapping out the beat on his drums, and Andy and I join in on guitar. Gage belts out the opening notes of “Ring of Fire” by Johnny Cash and the crowd goes nuts. It’s not the typical rock music we usually play, but when we find a good song that the fans love and we enjoy playing, then we go with it.

After another two songs, it’s time to slow it down. Gage heads off stage to take a quick break, and I step up to the mic. I usually sing backup, but for three songs during our show, I take the reins and sing lead vocals. This song is one of them. It’s my favorite song to sing because it’s Abby’s song.

Way back when we were in grade school, I caught her humming it as we walked home from school. She was going to help me work on our Constitution assignment at her place, which happened every week or so. That particular day, she was quiet, lost in thought, so I let her be. Suddenly, she started humming, and it didn’t take me long to catch on to the tune. She had the voice of an angel, I remember thinking, and wanted to beg her to sing something for me. I had already discovered my love for music, but knowing that Abby shared this passion with me was like kismet. When I asked her about it, she just shied away and hid behind her books. I went home and started working on that song on my guitar. It took a while, but eventually, I got it down, and have been playing it ever since.

I start strumming the opening notes of Jeff Healey’s “Angel Eyes.” Continuing to play the song I know by heart, I scan the crowd until I see her, standing in the back, a soft smile on her face as she sings along to the song. Everything and everyone around us just fades away. It’s as if we’re the only two people on the beach. The way she watches me kicks my heart into overdrive, because I know, when it comes to this song, she only has eyes for me. Not that I want her eyes on me or anything. I mean, we are just friends. But if it were something more than friendship, then I’d be the luckiest son of a bitch to have her there with me.

Closing my eyes, I sing the words I’ve known by heart for fifteen years to my best friend. I can picture her out there saying the exact same words at the exact same time. We’ve sung this song together for years. Not publicly, of course, because she’d rather strip naked and do the chicken dance in the rain in the middle of Main Street than to get on stage and sing. In the privacy of her apartment or mine, we’ve belted out the words on several occasions. Abby actually has a beautiful voice. She just refuses to let anyone but me hear it.

When I reach the end of the second verse, I open my eyes and scan the crowd. She’s still there, standing in the same spot, watching me and singing along. I give her a knowing grin as I finish off the song strong, singing it for her. For her because she loves it, not because it means anything more than that. She’s my friend, remember? We’ve covered this.

Why does it feel like I’m completely full of shit?

 

 

About Lacey Black:

Lacey Black is a Midwestern girl with a passion for reading, writing, and shopping. She carries her e-reader with her everywhere she goes so she never misses an opportunity to read a few pages. Always looking for a happily ever after, Lacey is passionate about contemporary romance novels and enjoys it further when you mix in a little suspense. She resides in a small town in Illinois with her husband, two children, and a chocolate lab. Lacey loves watching NASCAR races, shooting guns, and should only consume one mixed drink because she’s a lightweight.

Lacey’s debut novel, Trust Me, was released in August 2014 and has been an Amazon Bestseller twice for Free e-books, as well as #1 for Contemporary Romance. All of the Rivers Edge books have been bestsellers in the Romance and Contemporary Romance categories.

 

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