Book Blitz March 13th – 15th 2017
Title: Stealing the Show (Show Time Fever Book 2)
Author: Lilliana Rose | @LillianaRose2
Release Date: March 8th 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Kristie comes to the Royal Adelaide Show every
year with the sheep. This year will she return with more than just prizes? Or
will she steal the heart of a man as well, and snag the love of her life?
Kristie Johnson plans to run the family farm one
day. As the only child, she lives with her parents and struggles to get them to
see that she can make her own decisions and that she is a grown woman. Then,
she meets Tully Row, a dancer performing at the show and she turns to him for a
few days of fun. Instead she finds herself falling for him, especially when she
finds out he’s a country boy himself.
The youngest of three sons, Tully was forced away
from the farm he loved to the city to make his own living. He started dancing
and was given a gig at the Royal Show. His family are at the show with the
milking cattle and they spend more time arguing. He feels unsupported by them,
and can’t get them see his performances. Kristie is a distraction, an enjoyable
distraction at first, but then she steals his heart. Their shared lust turns
into something deeper and more special between them.
Can both of them stand up to their families and
follow their hearts to begin a relationship and their lives together?
Stealing the Show (Show Time Fever Book 2)
Text Copyright © 2017 Lilliana Rose
All Rights Reserved
“Here you go, miss.” The guy slid her coffee
“Ta.” Slamming a lid on the top of the paper cup,
Kristie quickly turned around to hurry back to Ellie. She collided with someone
else. Her hand crushed the paper cup, causing the lid to pop off and coffee to
squirt in the air.
“Shit.” Kristie quickly changed hands on the paper
cup, shaking off the hot coffee that had landed on her skin. Her anger flared
as she glanced for the person she’d bumped into.
She gazed up straight into the softest blue eyes
that cooled her anger at losing half her coffee, which was now staining her
good shirt. Damn it all. Heat flushed her checks. She knew damn well that she
hadn’t been looking where she was going.
Her voice caught in her throat as her eyes soaked
in his features as if he were the caffeine shot she needed. Just taller than
her, his tousled blonde hair was styled in a deliberate unkempt manner, dark
stubble graced his chin, and he stood slightly taller than her average height
of five foot five. His biceps bulged at the edge of the tight shirt he was wearing,
and with a quick glance down. Tight waist, and a flush of heat made her lift
her eyes. In one second flat, she had gone through her requirements and by
appearance alone he ticked every one.
She swallowed hard. “My fault.”
Her voice squeaked and she cringed. Get a hold of
yourself. She wasn’t looking for a fling. Or even anything more serious, not
since the scare on her dad’s life. She had to be ready to run the farm. But
this guy, standing in front of her, apologising when it was clearly her fault had
set a fire low in her belly, and muscles contracting with hope.
“I’m in a rush. Meet me here after the show and
I’ll get you another coffee.” His blue eyes soft and intense seemed to speak at
a soul level to her.
Kristie paused. About half the coffee was on the
ground or down the front of her blue striped shirt, and some on her blue jeans.
But there was enough in the paper cup. “It’ll be all right. It was an accident.”
“No, promise me you’ll be here.” He put his hand
on her arm. The heat from his palm burned through the material of her shirt,
causing her knees to weaken.
hell. “I’ll be here.”
He smiled, then hurried away.
Kristie stood there, staring at him, his tight
arse in particular until he disappeared in the crowd. She sighed. Took a sip of
her coffee. Can I really meet him here after the show?
Grand Parade (Show Time Fever Book 2)
Megan is a young photographer with her first real
job at the Royal Adelaide Show, where she has to capture the agricultural
event. As a city girl, she is clueless, and when she gets too close to a grumpy
bull, she is kicked in the head.
Guilty that his bull hurt someone and aware of the
painful side effects of head injuries due to the loss of his sister, Jackson
takes care of Megan.
Megan is determined that she will be all right and
continues photographing during the day before collapsing. Jackson is there to
make sure she is taken to hospital and cared for.
Recovering, Megan finds herself drawn to Jackson,
but she’s not sure that she can be anything than a city girl,
for love. Can Jackson, in his quiet, strong, country-boy style, convince her to
take life in a new direction, with him?
Lilliana has grown up on a farm in Australia, and
has now swapped her work boots for city heels. Country life remains strong in
her heart and this comes out in the characters and stories she creates.