Wednesday, June 10, 2015

TEASER POST & COVER REVEAL FOR THE CARPENTER BY SERENA YATES!!!



HELLO FRIENDS, I HOPE YOU GUYS ARE HAVING A GREAT DAY! YOU GUYS KNOW I AM A HUGE FAN OF THE WORKPLACE ENCOUNTERS SERIES BY SERENA YATES, AND I AM HONORED TO DO A COVER REVEAL AND TEASER POST FOR HER LATEST, THE CARPENTER! I HAVE THE COVER, BLURB, A TEASER EXCERPT, AS WELL AS THE LINKS TO PRE-ORDER SO LET'S GET STARTED!


THE COVER: I LOVE THIS COVER, AND SO WILL YOU:


TOLD YOU!! HERE IS THE BLURB:

Tom Halderson is a carpenter in desperate need of a big project to save the financially troubled construction company he inherited from his father. Tom is a better carpenter than a businessman, and worse yet, Tom’s estranged brother suddenly demands his share of the inheritance. When Matt Langford hires Tom to renovate his house, things begin to look up. A safari guide, Matt plans to restore and sell the home his grandfather left him and return to his exciting life in Africa. He is not about to let his sudden—and powerful—attraction to Tom persuade him to settle down—not after infidelity destroyed his own family. But adventurous Matt is exactly what Tom’s life is lacking, and Tom is determined to show Matt what could be between them.

NOW FOR THE LINKS, TRUST ME FRIENDS, YOU WANT TO PRE-ORDER THIS ONE!

DREAMSPINNER PRESS PRE-ORDER LINK

ARe PRE-ORDER LINK

THIS ONE RELEASES ON JUNE 17TH, HOW ABOUT A LITTLE TEASER UNTIL THEN!!

“THANK GOD it’s Friday.” Tom Halderson rose slowly, stretching muscles cramped from stooping over his portable workbench too long. The bracket feet for the black ash DVD cabinet he’d just finished carving were the final bits needed before assembling the elaborate piece of furniture. Why the client insisted on having everything handmade was beyond him, but he was glad for the work.

"Amen!” Chris Allen, a painter he’d worked with before, dropped his brush onto the newspaper spread out at his feet and stood back from the living room wall. After one last appraising glance, he turned toward Tom. “I can’t wait to hit the bar and down a cold beer.”

“Same here.” Tom grinned. A beer at the end of the workweek was one of the few luxuries he allowed himself. Staying in business and making a large enough profit to cover a minimal salary was getting tougher by the month. But he owed it to his dad to keep the company running. It had been his father’s only focus after his mother died giving birth to Tom. Even though Tom had never wanted to go into business, he’d had little choice when his dad fell from a high-rise building three years ago. He’d been dead on impact, and Halderson Construction had suddenly become Tom’s responsibility.
“The Thirsty Bear okay?” Chris picked up the used brushes and carefully wrapped them in a protective cloth before walking into the nearly finished kitchen to clean them.

“Sure.” Tom didn’t much mind where they went. Downtown Colorado Springs offered a lot of choices, and the beer was equally cold wherever they’d end up.
“I’ll see you there at seven.” Chris put the cleaned brushes into a large glass upside-down so they could dry. He disposed of the dirty newspaper in one of the large garbage bags they kept around for waste of all kinds.
“Okay.” Tom was only half paying attention to Chris leaving.
He cast a critical eye over the wooden furniture parts, now strewn across the floor waiting to be put together. They looked good, and he was tempted to finish the job, but he really wanted a shower and a change of clothes before making his way to the bar. He sighed. Assembly would have to wait until Monday.

THIS ONE IS A KEEPER FRIENDS, PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY, AND JOIN ME ON RELEASE DAY, THE 17TH FOR MY RELEASE DAY REVIEW, SEE YOU THEN!


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