Release Week Blitz: Forever With You by Jennifer L. Armentrout

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Today is my stop during the release week book blitz for Forever With You by Jennifer L. Armentrout. It’s the fifht book in her amazing Wait For You series. There’s an excerpt and a giveaway.

ForeverWithYou mm cTitle: Forever with You
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
Series: Wait for You #5
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Blurb:
In the irresistibly sexy series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout, two free spirits find their lives changed by a one-night standโ€ฆ

Some things you just believe in, even if you’ve never experienced them. For Stephanie, that list includes love. It’s out there. Somewhere. Eventually. Meanwhile she’s got her job at the mixed martial arts training center and hot flings with gorgeous, temporary guys like Nick. Then a secret brings them closer, opening Steph’s eyes to a future she never knew she wantedโ€”until tragedy rips it away.

Nick’s self-assured surface shields a past no one needs to know about. His mind-blowing connection with Steph changes all that. As fast as he’s knocking down the walls that have kept him commitment-free, she’s building them up again, determined to keep the hurtโ€”and Nickโ€”out. But he can’t walk away. Not when she’s the only one who’s ever made him wish for forever . . .

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Praise for Forever with You:
โ€œArmentrout packs a powerful emotional punch in her fifth Wait for You new adult contemporary (after Fall with Me)… Armentrout tugs at the heartstrings while delivering an intense, gripping tale.โ€ โ€“Publishers Weekly

โ€œArmentrout presents an emotional installment in her Wait for You seriesโ€ฆ[she] does it again, presenting a fast-paced tearjerker that fans will devour.โ€ โ€“Booklist

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Excerpt:
I spotted Roxy and her blue glasses toward the back of the busy restaurant. The walkways between the booths were crowded with racing kids covered in sticky jelly and older people trying to rein them in as I made my way toward them. Roxyโ€™s hair was pulled up in a messy bun and her eyes squinted as she glanced up at me. โ€œYou seriously went running before you came here. You werenโ€™t lying.โ€
โ€œNope. I try to run every day.โ€ I sat beside Katie, who compared to Friday night was dressed down in a baby blue off-the-shoulder sweater that looked like sequins had thrown up on it. Her blond hair was pulled back in a low ponytail at the nape of her neck. โ€œI have to work out,โ€ I explained, placing my purse between Katie and me. โ€œI eat like five starving guys in college. Itโ€™s actually embarrassing how much food I can consume in one sitting.โ€
Katie laughed. โ€œI donโ€™t have that problem. I can eat whatever I want and not gain a pound. Actually, Iโ€™d probably lose weight.โ€ Her shoulders rose in a shrug. โ€œSucks to be you all.โ€
Roxy scowled at her. โ€œYou donโ€™t need to rub it in, you know.โ€
โ€œDonโ€™t hate me because I was born this way.โ€ Katie grinned when Roxy rolled her eyes. โ€œMaybe itโ€™s Maybelline. Maybe itโ€™s Katie.โ€
I giggle snorted. The waitress appeared at our table, clicking the pen sheโ€™d pulled out of the pocket of her apron. She took our drink order and then dashed off to fulfill it, her white sneakers squeaking across the floor. โ€œIโ€™m glad you came,โ€ Roxy said, propping her elbows on the table. โ€œI was worried I was going to have to search you down and force you to come eat with us.โ€
I laughed again. โ€œIโ€™m pretty sure youโ€™d have a hard time doing that.โ€
โ€œIโ€™m scrappy.โ€ Roxy grinned. โ€œI could take you.โ€
Thinking of the shiner Iโ€™d first seen her with, I decided she was probably telling the truth. โ€œIโ€™m glad you guys invited me.โ€ I paused while the waitress returned with our drinks before disappearing again, then I said, โ€œSo, I know Roxy works at the bar, what about you, Katie?โ€
โ€œAt the club across the street from Monaโ€™s.โ€ Katie dumped a packet of sugar into her coffee and then picked up five more, managing to rip the tops off in one impressive swipe. โ€œItโ€™s a strip club.โ€
โ€œOh.โ€ How had I not noticed a strip club across the street from Monaโ€™s? Katie dumped the sugar in her coffee. โ€œI strip. I donโ€™t dance. I take my clothes off for a living and get paid damn good money for it, too.โ€
I blinked. โ€œThatโ€™s cool.โ€
Her gaze turned shrewd. โ€œYou donโ€™t have a problem with that?โ€
โ€œUm, not if you donโ€™t.โ€ I glanced at Roxy, who was busy cleaning her glasses, a small smile pulling at her face. I picked up my soda and took a deep drink.
Katie tilted her head to the side, studying me. โ€œReally?โ€
I lifted a shoulder. โ€œNope. Honestly. I think itโ€™s pretty cool you have the lady balls to do it.โ€
A slow grin appeared. โ€œYou should do it. Youโ€™d make so much money. Hell, Iโ€™d pay to see youโ€”โ€
โ€œKatie,โ€ sighed Roxy, resting her chin in her hand. โ€œStop trying to recruit rookie strippers. You do this every time you meet someone. No one has agreed yet.โ€
I grinned as I pictured the odd blonde roaming the city, looking for women who wanted to take their clothes off. โ€œI donโ€™t think I could do it. Iโ€™d get up there and then forget how to take my clothes off.โ€
โ€œTaking your clothes off is the easiest part,โ€ Katie replied seriously.
Roxy looked doubtful. โ€œThose spandex running pants leave very little to the imagination. If I had your body, Iโ€™d walk around naked all day.โ€
โ€œI have no problem getting naked when itโ€™sโ€”I donโ€™t know, an intimate situation,โ€ I announced, โ€œbut doing it in public is a different story.โ€
โ€œThatโ€™s good to know,โ€ the waitress said, pen in hand. โ€œDo you guys know what you want to eat?โ€
โ€œAwkward,โ€ I murmured under my breath as my eyes widened.

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And donโ€™t miss the previous titles in the Wait for You Series!

JLA_Author-photoAbout the Author:
# 1 New York Times and # 1 International Bestselling author Jennifer lives in Martinsburg, West Virginia. All the rumors youโ€™ve heard about her state arenโ€™t true. When sheโ€™s not hard at work writing, she spends her time reading, watching really bad zombie movies, pretending to write, and hanging out with her husband and her Jack Russell Loki.

Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent most of her time writing short storiesโ€ฆ.which explains her dismal grades in math. Jennifer writes young adult paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, and contemporary romance. She is published with Spencer Hill Press, Entangled Teen and Brazen, Disney/Hyperion and Harlequin Teen. Her book Obsidian has been optioned for a major motion picture and her Covenant Series has been optioned for TV. Her young adult romantic suspense novel DONโ€™T LOOK BACK was a 2014 nominated Best in Young Adult Fiction by YALSA.

She also writes Adult and New Adult contemporary and paranormal romance under the name J. Lynn. She is published by Entangled Brazen and HarperCollins.

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