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Monday, 27 January 2014

BlogTour and Giveaway - The Billionaire's Best Friend by ChristinaTetreault @cgricci and @GoddessFish

The Billionaire's Best Friend
by Christina Tetreault

The one man she never stopped loving is back in town.  Now Lauren McDonald must decide between the man who promises her the world and the man who has the power to crush her heart again. 

Today on Beyond My Writing Space I'm joined by Romance Author Christina Tetreault, who begin writing on her grandmother's typewriter at the tender age of just 10 years old. I'm half way through the latest release from Christina and very much enjoying The Billionaire's Best Friend so far (my review will be coming soon). 

In the mean time, here's the details and a sneak peek inside the pages of book 4 in The Sherbrooks of Newport series. And don't forget to stick around for the giveaway!!!

The Deets ... 

Despite a wonderful family, a career she loves, and great friends, a void has existed in Lauren McDonald's life ever since her best friend Callie married billionaire Dylan Talbot. Although they have remained close, Lauren and Callie now lead very different lives, that is until Lauren meets wealthy CEO Kevin Walsh. Lauren believes he could be the man who will help make her life whole again.  That is until the night Nathaniel Callahan, her high school sweetheart and the one man she has always loved, shows up.

Although Nate ended things with Lauren before heading off to The Naval Academy and his life with the Marines, he never stopped loving her. Now 15 years later he is back to correct the mistake he made all those years ago.

With Nate back in town, Lauren must decide between the man who promises her the world and the man who has the power to crush her heart again.

Sneak Peek inside the pages ... 

The main doors of the room opened as Lauren paused her scan; the guest of honor was about to enter. Grabbing her camera, Lauren stood—only to immediately collapse back down into her chair when her knees gave out at the sight of Nathaniel Callahan standing in the doorway.
“Oh my God.” Her stomach hit the floor.
“What's the matter? Are you okay?” Callie's concerned voice sounded as if it were traveling a great distance to reach her.
Lauren glanced over at Callie and then toward the door again. Perhaps she'd imagined him. After all, why would he be here? The last time she'd heard anything about him, he was doing his third tour in the Middle East. Despite her hope that she'd started to hallucinate, when she looked again, he was still there, dressed in a black suit rather than his Marine uniform, his brown hair cut military short and looking much the same as he did the summer he'd broken her heart. She latched her hand onto Callie's arm. “Nate Callahan. He's here.”
She kept her eyes on him. Since that awful day the summer after senior year, she'd only seen him once. She'd been home visiting her parents during holiday break her freshman year of college. She’d spotted him in his parents' driveway from her bedroom window. They'd received more than two feet of snow the night before and he was helping his father shovel. That morning she'd stood and watched until the entire driveway was cleared. When he and his dad finished, he went back inside his house without so much as a glance toward her home.
“What?” Callie asked, her voice louder than necessary.
Out of the corner of her eye, she saw Kevin and Dylan headed back to the table. "Nate just walked in," Lauren hissed.
"Lauren that . . ." Callie's voice trailed off and she sat up straighter. Her head moved to keep him in sight as he walked toward his parents. "What's he doing here?" she asked, her voice lower now.
Leaning closer, Lauren whispered, "I don't know. We don't exactly speak." 

Buy at 

Amazon | B&N |  KOBO | Smashwords | ITunes 

The Give Away ... 

Christina will be awarding a 25.00 gift card to either Amazon or BN to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour. So use the form below to leave your thoughts below and remember the more you comment the more chances you have of winning so follow the tour! 

December 16: Unabridged Andra
December 16: Christine Young Romance Writer
December 30: Books and Other Spells
January 6: Writing Novels That Sell
January 6: Queen of All She Reads
January 13: Booker Like a Hooker - review
January 20: Bunny's Review - review
January 27: Nyxx's Nook
January 27: Beyond My Writing Space - review only 
February 3: The Muse Unleashed
February 10: Zee Monodee - Author's Corner

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Who is Christina Tetreault ...? 

I wrote my first story with characters similar to those in the Sweet Valley Twins books at the age of 10 on my grandmother's manual typewriter. As I got older my stories and characters became more mature. During my freshman year at UMass Dartmouth, I read my first romance novel and fell in love with the genre. I have been writing contemporary romance ever since.

Today I live with my husband, three beautiful daughters and two dogs in Massachusetts. Whenever I have a free moment you'll find me either reading a romance novel or working on my most current story.

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  1. I have already added the book to my read list.


  2. Sounds like a great book. Thanks for sharing the sneak peak and the giveaway. evamillien at gmail dot com

  3. thank you for having me on your site today.

  4. Because they make me day dream a lot. Hahaha

  5. I love romance novels because they take me to a larger than life ideal of what love SHOULD be and what I wish it were...

  6. Sounds like a winner. Thanks for the giveaway too.


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