Sunday, December 7, 2014

**RELEASE DAY BLITZ** Tangled by Elizabeth Reyes

  (The Moreno Brothers, #5.5)
Author: Elizabeth Reyes
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 7, 2014

Just when Romero thought he'd conquered his anger issues...
Now that Izzy has earned her credentials to teach at collage level, Romero is doing his best to be supportive. Even after she informs him she won't be teaching.
She'll be assisting a professor---a recently divorced professor whom she'll work with side by side.
Isabel loves being home with her kids, but she's ready to get back to her career---back to a world where she can enjoy some in-depth political conversations with someone who really gets it. The brilliant Political Science professor she's assigned to assist seems to be the perfect fit.
But when the conversations get a little personal, Isabel isn't sure if she's just being silly or if the professor os sending insidiously veiled messages.
Romero's knack for picking up on her unease only complicates things, especially because Isabel also has a big Christmas surprise for him. With suspicions awakened, Romero's interpretation of Isabel's sneakiness stirs dormant rage he hasn't had to deal with in years, and emotions furiously Tangled.

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*Tangled Excerpt*

 Isabel has been talking to the professor she works side with now and

she just explained how she met her security investigator husband at a wedding.

He smiled, bringing the tip of his reading

glasses to his lips. “I thought maybe you two met by way of his job: something

interesting like he fell in love with the beautiful woman he was supposed to be


Feeling her face flush instantly, she shook her

head too quickly. “No, nothing like that,” she said, swallowing hard.

“I’m sorry if that was inappropriate.” He sat

up. “I didn’t mean to embarrass you.”
Calling attention to the fact that she was

probably beet red now wasn’t helping. “No, don’t worry. I blush really easily,”

she said, laughing nervously. “It’s a curse and one of the first things my

husband said he’d noticed about me. He’s, uh,” she added, bringing her hand to

her face and touching her warm cheek, “still highly entertained by it,

He stared at her for a moment without saying

anything then smiled. “I can see why.”
Their eyes met for a moment too long, and

without thinking, she began blurting things out: how her former roommate was

dating Romero’s friend at the time and then about meeting him at Alex’s

brother’s wedding shower. She even told him how at first she’d been afraid they

might be too different. “But I guess it’s true what they say about opposites

attracting, because here we are years later, happily married with two kids.”
The moment she said that last part she felt

utterly ridiculous. For some stupid reason, she’d felt it necessary to throw

that in, but he already knew this! Her face began to warm again as the

mortification set in.
Did he possibly

pick up on the fact that, for an instant there, she thought he needed to be

Each day there were dozens and dozens of young,

pretty, and very likely single girls who sat in awe of their brilliant and very

attractive professor. He had to know this—had to know that while it went

against school policy to date his students, he still could have his pick of any

single girls on campus. 
Why in the world would he need to be reminded that his

assistant was happily married? Just because of his beautiful comment?
Jesus, she was an idiot.

“And they’re probably right,” he said, still

staring at her in that way he always had, but somehow it felt different now.

“It’s probably why my ex-wife and I couldn’t work things out. We were too much alike. Yet my stubborn heart

keeps getting drawn to women like her, women I can talk to for hours on end and

never get bored.” He smiled, and again the moment went on a bit too long, but

mercifully, he continued before she had to think of a response to that—she had

nothing. “My ex-wife is also a professor at a university, only she teaches

Women Studies.”He laughed softly now. “You can imagine the discussions she and

I had. While some of those discussions could often get heated, it’s what I miss

most. Any woman can offer physical pleasure. To me, it’s always been about how

a woman can pleasure my mind.

For the first time since they’ve been sitting

there talking, there was too long of a moment when neither said anything

because she suddenly felt speechless.


*About Elizabeth*

USA Today Bestselling Author, Elizabeth Reyes continues to answer

to her calling on a daily basis. Since releasing her debut novel Forever Mine

(Moreno Brothers #1) in 2010 she has now published 9 full length novels total

and fast at work on the next. The excitement her Moreno Brothers, 5th Street,

and Fate series have garnered has far exceeded her wildest dreams. It is with

as much excitement that she'll continue to put out books related to these

series as well as introduce brand new ones very soon.
In 2014 she will take her next step in the

exciting world of writing and publish her first traditionally published book

with Simon & Schuster/Atria. But she will continue putting out self

published books as well.


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