Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Won't Last Long by Heidi Joy Tretheway - Excerpt Tour

Can two people who are totally wrong for each other ever be right? 

She's a feisty, sly marketing exec intent on hiding her small-town roots. He’s a laid-back engineer with a shaggy mutt and a pushy ex. 

When Joshua asks Melina out, she asks what kind of car he drives. She’ll do drinks, not dinner. She’s always in control. But with Joshua’s easy confidence and sharp wit, Melina is soon breaking the dating rules she made for herself.

Opposites attract—but friends think Melina and Joshua can’t possibly last. When crisis throws their world off its axis, Melina must confront her childhood family, the people she’s come to care about, and the destruction of her pristine image.

Visit the blogs below for an excerpt from the book!

October 8 – Jen Duffey

October 9 – D.S. McNight

October 10 – Chick Lit Plus

October 11 – Change the Word

October 14 – Chick Lit Goddess

October 15 – Vincent Morrone

October 17 – Livia Ellis

October 21 – Storm Goddess Book Reviews

Author bio: 

Heidi Joy lives in Happy Valley off Sunnyside Road. She swears she did not make that up.

Heidi’s obsessed with storytelling. Her career includes marketing, journalism, and a delicious few years as a food columnist. Media passes took her backstage with several rock bands, where she learned that sometimes a wardrobe malfunction is exactly what the rock star intends.

You’ll most often find Heidi Joy with her husband and two small kids cooking, fishing, exploring the Northwest, and building epic forts in their living room.

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  1. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! But seriously, Heidi lives in Happy Valley off Sunnyside Road? What fun :)

  2. I, too, used to live in "Happy Valley" in State College, PA. I assume you live in Happy Valley, Oregon--what with the reference to the Northwest. It sounds idyllic.

  3. I like opposites attract stories.

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