New Release : Kissing the Boss

Friday, March 2, 2018
KISSING THE BOSS
Fairy Tale Quartet: Book 2
(But can also be read as a standalone)
Contemporary Adult Romantic Comedy

Ebook:
Kindle | Nook | iBooks | Kobo | Smashwords


Paperback:
Amazon

IT'S ABOUT:

What’s the one thing you shouldn’t do when your boss is your ruthless evil widowed stepmother who hates your guts more than anyone?

Kiss the man she’s interested in.

So what does Kaitlynn Judge find herself doing?

Yep, she kisses the one man her stepmother currently wants, who also happens to be the CEO of the company where she works.

Can we say doomed?

After the death of her father, Kaitlynn's life has been stuck in a rut. But that begins to change after meeting a dashing stranger during the office Halloween party. Now she has to navigate vengeful stepmothers, meddling stepsiblings, and gorgeous guys in hot pursuit to reach her happily ever after.

While making a detour from the fantasy aspect, this contemporary take on the Cinderella story continues to cling to a few of our favorite traditions. You’ll still find the unmerited oppression along with fleeing women, missing shoes, mouse companions, magic wands, pumpkin-like rides to the big bash, and so much more. So rest assured, it’s all familiar and yet quirkily different.


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GOODREADS LINK:

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/38093467-kissing-the-boss

WHAT'S NEXT:
To find out what might be coming next from Linda Kage,
check out the WORKS IN PROGRESS Page.



Happy reading and many hugs,
Linda Kage
www.LindaKage.com


My 2017 Favorite Reads

Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Happy 2018!!!!

What were your favorite reads of 2017?

I need to bulk up my already too-huge to-be-read list with some awesome recommendations, please!!!

As for me, I must've been in the mood for some laughs last year (wow, so strange to call it last year!) because I gravitated toward fun books...and a lot of paranormal/fantasy/dystopian stuff. Huh, odd mix.



Anyway, I couldn't narrow it down to favorite books, so I went with most entertaining authors I read in 2017.

So some authors who were new-to-me in 2017 and whose stories I really enjoyed were:

-Cassandra Gannon (totally on the fun side)
 -Curse of the Gods Series (Also on the fun side)
-Sarah J. Maas (Court of Thorns and Roses Series)
-Victoria Aveyard (Red Queen series)
-Kayti McGee (Screwmates made me smile)
-Strong Hate by RD Berg and Ashley Christin
-Everly Lucas (Not released until next week)

And I feel bad for those authors whom I love and have read for years and years. I just expect so much from them now. So, honestly, the books I read by my go-to authors might've been just as great and entertaining to me as the newbies I listed above, but it just takes them so much more to surpass some of their earlier greatness. Meaning, I only have three of my non-new author reads that stood out to me in 2017.

 And those are:

-Kristin Hannah (with the book Nightingale...Holy wow!)
-Aly Martinez's Darkest Sunrise Duet and
-Sarah MacLean's The Rules of Scoundrel's series.

Okay! Your turn. Hit me with your 2017 favorites, especially if they’re fun or fantasy-themed!