15 January 2016

S. Simone Chavous - Homewrecker Incorporated - Blog Tour

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style="font-family:georgia,serif;">Title: Homewrecker

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">Author: S. Simone

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style="font-family:georgia,serif;">Without love, marriage is just business. At least
that’s what Claudia Mason tells the women who seek her firm’s
unique services. With wealthy husbands who see their wedding rings as
meaningless pieces of jewelry, they trust Claudia to do whatever is necessary to
gather the hard evidence needed to shatter an ironclad

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">She is the best in the business and has yet to meet
a mark she couldn’t get the goods on— solidifying her belief that no
man can be trusted. After landing a client who is her ticket to retirement, she is on
top of the world. Until a chance encounter with Greyston Michaels turns her
carefully controlled world upside down.

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">Greyston shows Claudia a part of herself she
thinks she’s lost, making her question everything she believes about
men—and love. But in Claudia's world, following her heart is bad for
business. And business is everything.


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style="font-family:georgia,serif;">“So, Mr.

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">“Grey,” he

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">“So, Grey, what exactly is the
purpose of the business meeting? Are you going to give me pointers on how best to
serve your brother?” His jaw clenched and a fire lit in his eyes. “As his
new assistant,” I added, turning my body toward him. His face relaxed as I
took a sip of my drink.

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">“To the contrary, like I told you, I need a
new assistant. I believe your talents will be better utilized serving

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">He placed his hand over mine around the glass
and pulled it toward him. His unexpected touch sent goose bumps over my skin.
Keeping his eyes trained on me, he took a drink from my glass. His tongue flicked
out over his bottom lip to catch a stray drop of the clear

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">“My need for you is far more urgent than
my brother’s,” he continued, his eyes burning into me as he took the
lime from the rim of my glass and sucked it between his lips. “I’ll have
one of these, as well,” he told the bartender without looking at

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">I pulled my lip between my teeth and bit down to
temper the urge to kiss him right there in the middle of the crowded

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">Between the drinks and the stress of the day, I
was far past worrying about my responsibility to Elsa Michaels. The only thing I was
worried about was getting some release and from what I could tell, Greyston
Michaels could give me that and more.

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">“You are the most stunning woman I have
ever seen,” he whispered, inching closer. “Those eyes, I’ve
never seen anything like them.”

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">“Oh yeah.” I smirked. “What
color are they?” I closed my eyes before finishing the question. No one ever
really noticed their true colors, so I expected an educated guess at

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">“Well”—he leaned over and
whispered in my left ear—“the left is sea green with hints of blue, like
the ocean when you’re far out looking down into the depths. The
right”—he moved around, letting his lips brush ever so slightly over
my forehead, to whisper in my right ear—“is blue like the sky on a
perfect summer day.”

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">I opened my eyes, surprised at his accurate
response. My heterochromia typically eluded most people, even those close to me
would say my eyes were either green or blue, never one of each, a trait inherited
from my mother.

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">Whatever was left of my instinct to fight the
attraction between us dissipated as I leaned forward until our lips were mere
centimeters apart. “You’re going to regret me,” I whispered
against his mouth.

style="font-family:georgia,serif;">“The only thing I would regret is not
kissing you right now,” he breathed, closing the gap between


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S. Simone Chavous is

contemporary and paranormal romance author. Her debut trilogy, The Fate Series,
has been a best seller in the paranormal romance category. When she isn't
writing, she enjoys reading, sketching, cooking, and spending time with family. She
lives in northern Indiana with her boyfriend, two beautiful daughters, and their
rambunctious vizsla.

To learn more about S. Simone,

please visit: www.ssimonechavous.com or connect with her on Facebook at


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