#TeaserShare | BAD ENGAGEMENT by Elise Faber @faberelise (October 12th 2020) @LWoodsPR

She was going to get herself engaged.
And she had just the perfect guy in mind.

Bad Engagement by Elise Faber releases on October 12th!

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Kate McLeod was desperate.

Her younger sister was having her first baby, her younger brother was recently married, and . . . Christmas was coming.

And in the McLeod household, Christmas was everything. Every year her parents’ house looked like an assembly of angels had puked everywhere. She was talking lights and glitter, garland and plaid. EVERYWHERE. All of that Christmas spirit was topped off with the annual McLeod Holiday Party, complete with mistletoe and happy couples and . . . her lonesome single ass. Kate, the one everyone tried to set up with their friend or cousin or coworker. Kate, the oldest and pathetically unmarried sister. Kate, the sad, single San Franciscan.

Well, this year she had a plan.

She was going to get herself engaged.

A diamond ring on her finger was the perfect way to get her family to back off.

And she had just the perfect guy in mind.

#TeaserShare | END SCENE by Elise Faber @faberelise (August 24th 2020) @LWoodsPR

Love, Camera, Action!

End Scene by Elise Faber releases on August 24th!

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First came the director yelling, “Action!
Next came the actual acting.
Last came . . . the end scene.

Or at least, that was what I liked to call my job as a publicist to Hollywood’s elite. If my client hit it big, I was the one who’d made that possible. And while being on call twenty-four seven meant I was chronically single, I was fine with that. I’d been in a serious relationship once and had ultimately discovered that I wasn’t cut out for commitment or being tied down or living in a small town.

I needed lights and excitement, paparazzi and enough traffic that the air always smelled faintly of exhaust.

I definitely didn’t need one Aaron Weaver—my ex-boyfriend and current occupant of my former home and very, very small town in Utah—tying me down or making me feel like the world’s biggest jerk, just because I wanted my life to be something more than open fields and cow patties.

But then I had to leave L.A. and go home to my father, to my small town . . . to Aaron.

And I discovered there might be much more to him than I’d ever expected.

In fact, I discovered that I might have missed out on the best end scene of my life by letting him go at all.

#TeaserShare | HOT MESS by Elise Faber @faberelise (August 3rd 2020) @LWoodsPR

Movie Star + Single Mom Romance!
Hot Mess by Elise Faber is coming on August 3rd!

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hot mess
noun

1. A disorganized, disaster at life.
2. Someone who excels at disorder and disarray.
3. A person who’s holding it together . . . but just barely.
4. Samantha Torres

Once upon time Samantha had been young and single. But then she’d met Brian and they’d gotten married . . . and now she was single again, only this time she had the best little girl on the planet to show for it.

Which was pretty much the only thing that was going right in her life.

Brian, her lousy cheating ex, was finally out of the picture, and she was left with an expensive house, a car payment she could barely afford, and a job that left her drained at the end of the day.

She was barely hanging on.

Then she met Finn. The number one movie star in the world. The most beautiful man she’d ever laid eyes on. Also, quite possibly the only man whose life might be a bigger hot mess than her own.

And he wanted her . . .

No, this couldn’t go wrong at all.

#CoverShare | HOT MESS by Elise Faber @faberelise (August 3rd 2020) @LWoodsPR

Movie Star + Single Mom Romance!
Hot Mess by Elise Faber is coming on August 3rd!

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hot mess
noun

1. A disorganized, disaster at life.
2. Someone who excels at disorder and disarray.
3. A person who’s holding it together . . . but just barely.
4. Samantha Torres

Once upon time Samantha had been young and single. But then she’d met Brian and they’d gotten married . . . and now she was single again, only this time she had the best little girl on the planet to show for it.

Which was pretty much the only thing that was going right in her life.

Brian, her lousy cheating ex, was finally out of the picture, and she was left with an expensive house, a car payment she could barely afford, and a job that left her drained at the end of the day.

She was barely hanging on.

Then she met Finn. The number one movie star in the world. The most beautiful man she’d ever laid eyes on. Also, quite possibly the only man whose life might be a bigger hot mess than her own.

And he wanted her . . .

No, this couldn’t go wrong at all.

#CoverReveal | HOT MESS by Elise Faber @faberelise (August 3rd 2020) @LWoodsPR

☆☆☆PREORDER ALERT!☆☆☆
Hot Mess by Elise Faber is coming on August 3rd!

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Nook — https://bit.ly/2ZjBA9p
Kobo — https://bit.ly/2YMjhLa
Google — https://bit.ly/3iexhoo

hot mess
noun

1. A disorganized, disaster at life.
2. Someone who excels at disorder and disarray.
3. A person who’s holding it together . . . but just barely.
4. Samantha Torres

Once upon time Samantha had been young and single. But then she’d met Brian and they’d gotten married . . . and now she was single again, only this time she had the best little girl on the planet to show for it.

Which was pretty much the only thing that was going right in her life.

Brian, her lousy cheating ex, was finally out of the picture, and she was left with an expensive house, a car payment she could barely afford, and a job that left her drained at the end of the day.

She was barely hanging on.

Then she met Finn. The number one movie star in the world. The most beautiful man she’d ever laid eyes on. Also, quite possibly the only man whose life might be a bigger hot mess than her own.

And he wanted her . . .

No, this couldn’t go wrong at all.

#TeaserShare | BAD WEDDING by Elise Faber @faberelise (July 13th 2020) @LWoodsPR

The white dress.
The diamond ring.
The full church.
The . . . missing groom.

Bad Wedding by Elise Faber releases on July 13th!

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The white dress.
The diamond ring.
The full church.
The . . . missing groom.

Molly Miller had become a cliché when Jackson Davis left her at the altar, but she’d crawled back from the heartbreak and embarrassment and was living her dream of running a successful eatery in San Francisco.

Well, good riddance. She didn’t need Jackson, or any other man in her life. She had Molly’s, her restaurant, she had her customers, and she finally had found some happy.

Who cared that she had unanswered questions as to why Jackson had left? It didn’t matter. He’d gone and that was that. Moving on, grinding out one day in front of another, baking her way through her emotions and generally moving on with her life.

Until . . . one early morning Jackson walked through the front door of her restaurant.

And her whole world imploded.

#TeaserShare | VIRGIN DAIQUIRI by Elise Faber @faberelise (June 29th 2020) @LWoodsPR

Virgin Daiquiri by Elise Faber releases on June 29th!

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I’d spent my life watching everything happen around me.

But never actually living it.

Sheltered. Naïve. Shy. The top three adjectives to describe me. Well, that and awkward.

Until Brent.

From the first moment, I’d met him, my filter had disappeared. The things that passed through my lips when I was with him were the thoughts that passed through my mind, but also the things I’d never dreamed of saying aloud. But he seemed to like them, and I couldn’t stop. Not when he was also gentle, kind, and protective. As well as the most beautiful man I’d ever laid eyes on. A total winning package, and one who was into me.

But I was me.

More comfortable on the edges, better at observing rather than living. I’d pushed my boundaries just once, had really gone for what life was offering me, and that had ended about as well as an elephant trying to parachute with a tissue.

Horribly. It had ended horribly. So I wasn’t going to be ready to try again. Not ever.

Even if Brent made a very convincing argument to just suck it up and go for it.

#CoverReveal | BAD WEDDING by Elise Faber @faberelise (July 13th 2020) @LWoodsPR

The white dress.
The diamond ring.
The full church.
The . . . missing groom.

Bad Wedding by Elise Faber releases on July 13th!

Amazon -- https://amzn.to/2YMtDJt
Universal -- getbook.at/BadWedding
Apple -- https://apple.co/3d8STPf
Nook -- https://bit.ly/311jCL8
Kobo -- https://bit.ly/3dhskaK
Google -- https://bit.ly/2Bn9QbO

The white dress.
The diamond ring.
The full church.
The . . . missing groom.

Molly Miller had become a cliché when Jackson Davis left her at the altar, but she’d crawled back from the heartbreak and embarrassment and was living her dream of running a successful eatery in San Francisco.

Well, good riddance. She didn’t need Jackson, or any other man in her life. She had Molly’s, her restaurant, she had her customers, and she finally had found some happy.

Who cared that she had unanswered questions as to why Jackson had left? It didn’t matter. He’d gone and that was that. Moving on, grinding out one day in front of another, baking her way through her emotions and generally moving on with her life.

Until . . . one early morning Jackson walked through the front door of her restaurant.

And her whole world imploded.

#CoverShare | VIRGIN DAIQUIRI by Elise Faber (June 29th 2020) @LWoodsPR

Virgin Daiquiri by Elise Faber releases on June 29th!

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Universal -- getbook.at/VirginDaiquiriEF
Apple -- https://apple.co/2MJL0VC
Nook -- https://bit.ly/2XMwuDb
Kobo -- https://bit.ly/2BPyCl7
Google -- https://bit.ly/2XNZavD


I’d spent my life watching everything happen around me.

But never actually living it.

Sheltered. Naïve. Shy. The top three adjectives to describe me. Well, that and awkward.

Until Brent.

From the first moment, I’d met him, my filter had disappeared. The things that passed through my lips when I was with him were the thoughts that passed through my mind, but also the things I’d never dreamed of saying aloud. But he seemed to like them, and I couldn’t stop. Not when he was also gentle, kind, and protective. As well as the most beautiful man I’d ever laid eyes on. A total winning package, and one who was into me.

But I was me.

More comfortable on the edges, better at observing rather than living. I’d pushed my boundaries just once, had really gone for what life was offering me, and that had ended about as well as an elephant trying to parachute with a tissue.

Horribly. It had ended horribly. So I wasn’t going to be ready to try again. Not ever.

Even if Brent made a very convincing argument to just suck it up and go for it.

#TeaserShare | COASTING by Elise Faber @faberelise (June 15th 2020) @LWoodsPR

Calle Stevens wasn’t what one would call a risk-taker.
She was steady. She was even. She was . . .Pregnant. Oh God.

Coasting by Elise Faber releases on June 15th!

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Calle Stevens wasn’t what one would call a risk-taker.

She was steady. She was even. She was . . .

Pregnant.

Oh God. How was she pregnant? Well, she knew the how part, but that wasn’t the point. Mistakes happened, condoms failed, birth control pills didn’t work, and . . . she was pregnant by a man who’d broken up with her via text and then readily offered to sign away his parental rights when she’d told him she was keeping the baby.

Her life was ruined.

She’d just been hired as an assistant coach for the professional hockey team, the San Francisco Gold. She didn’t have any family in the area, didn’t have a partner. How was she going to have a baby?

But then Cooper.

A star player for the team, he’d found out about the baby and had insisted on coming with her to her first appointment, then had held her hair back when she’d spent the majority of her time christening the porcelain goddess before coming to the second, and then the third, and the fourth and—

In fact, as much as she tried to push him away, he refused to keep his distance. And then when she was having a particularly weak moment, feeling fat and gross and completely unappealing, he held her like she was precious and . . . he kissed her.

Then didn’t stop.

Calle didn’t know what was scarier, the kiss or that she didn’t want him to stop either.