Tuesday, May 9, 2017

*~Book Tour: The Fireman's Son~*

On Tour with Prism Book Tours

The Fireman's Son
(Where Secrets Are Safe #11)

by Tara Taylor Quinn
Adult Contemporary Romance
Mass Market Paperback & ebook, 384 pages
May 1st 2017 by Harlequin Superromance

Secrets are burning out of control

After she broke his heart in college, Faye Walker is the last person fire chief Reese Bristow ever expected to see again, especially as his new EMT. But that's not Reese's only surprise. Faye has an eight-year-old son, Elliott, whose counseling at The Lemonade Stand shelter is her first priority.

It's nearly impossible to accept that she had a child with another man—and married that man—right after their breakup. Trusting Faye won't be easy. Especially when she reveals a secret about the boy that might tear them apart for good.

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Other Books in the Where Secrets Are Safe Series
(Books released as of March 2017. Each can be read as a standalone.)


About the Author

The author of more than 70 original novels, in twenty languages, Tara Taylor Quinn is a USA Today bestseller with over six million copies sold. A 2015 RITA finalist Tara appears frequently on bestseller lists, including #1 placement on Amazon lists, and multiple showings on the Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller list. She has appeared on national and local TV across the country, including CBS Sunday Morning.

Tara is a supporter of the National Domestic Violence Hotline. If you or someone you know might be a victim of domestic violence in the United States, please contact 1-800-799-7233.


Guest Post:

I have always had a love/hate relationship with exercise. I pretty much hate doing it. The repetition and lack of cerebral engagement bores me. My mind wanders. I lose count of reps. Or I slog away counting everything – the steps, the heartbeats, the seconds that pass, the muscles that are getting tired, the minutes I have to get through before I can get on with things that interest me.
On the other hand, I want to be strong. Fit. I not only want to look my best, but I want to be able to trust my muscles to get me where I want to go, to do what I want to do. I’m also somewhat in love with the endorphin rush – that feeling you get like you can conquer anything, do anything…a natural high that elevates you above your usual best, or that helps you get through a particularly busy or grueling day.
This whole contradiction within myself made me less than my best for a lot of years. I’d exercise because I knew I should, and I did a half good job of it half the time. I never gave up on it. I just never really seemed to benefit from it, either. In one way, my weak efforts were a detriment to me as they made me think less of myself – made me feel weak. Not as good or strong or loyal to myself as those who managed to actually exercise for real, at least three times a week.
And then I found inline skating. The first time I put skates on and rolled, I was a different woman. It started out as a lark, something that might be fun to do. It ended up being a life saver. Every morning, six days a week, I’d get up, put on my skates and go. Knowing I had that waiting for me got me out of bed. I climb mountains now, too. Because I can. 
In The Fireman’s Son, however, I had to take a step back. Faye and Reese have to stay in shape to do their jobs. They have to pass physical fitness tests. And when they’re at the station, on call, they can’t get what they need by skating around the trucks. With them, I had to go back to the treadmill, the weights – the dreaded gym. It’s at the firehouse. So…I did what I had to do…I mentioned that they went there – and I left them at the door – skating off and coming back to get them when we were both done. That’s why you won’t find any scenes in this book written inside that gym. I apologize ahead of time…

Tour Schedule

May 6th: Launch
May 7th: 

Domestic Violence Shelter Drive

As Tara supports speaking out against domestic violence and supporting those who have been abused, both through her books and in her community, she would love for you to join her in donating items to a shelter in your area. Find out more here.

Tour Giveaways

1 winner will receive ebooks of Where Secrets are Safe series books 1 - 13 (open internationally)
1 winner (per the four tour segments) will receive a $10 Amazon eGift Card (open internationally)


1 winner will receive 25,000 Harelquin My Rewards Points, equivalent to 5 books (US and CAN only)
1 winner will receive 5,000 Harelquin My Rewards Points, equivalent to 1 book (US and CAN only)

Both Rafflecopter giveaways end November 30th, 2017

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