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Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Text Me, Cupid by M. Jane Colette 💕 Launch Party & Print Book Giveaway & Bonus EXCLUSIVE Giveaway 💕 (Erotic Holiday Romantic Comedy)



M. Jane Colette has a steamy (very steamy) rom-com releasing just in time for the holidays!
To celebrate, she's sharing with us a short video, your choice of an NSFW (so dirty) or Cleanish (it is M. Jane Colette, so it's as clean as she could manage--it was hard) excerpt, and a chance to
win a PRINT copy of Text Me, Cupid. 
Check it out:

Text Me, Cupid
a (slightly) dirty love story for 21st century adults who don’t believe in true love… but want it anyway
by M. Jane Colette
Genres: contemporary romance, romantic comedy, steamy (occasionally filthy)

HOLIDAY STRESS HAS NEVER BEEN THIS HOT

MEET FLORENCE: I’ve done this before, looking for a partner or soul mate or someone-to-grow-to-love, and you know what? I’m done with that. Honestly. I’m just looking for some casual sex. All I’m interested in is a one-night stand, or several—not all of them with you. Just making it clear that I’m interested in playing with multiple partners. I don’t want to get attached and I don’t want you to get attached.

MEET WILL: I’m reeling from a recent divorce and incapable of having a meaningful relationship, possibly even a meaningful conversation. The only upside to my situation is that after fifteen years of monogamy I get to chase all the strange I want.

He’s freshly divorced and in denial. She's twice-burnt and prickly. They’re a terrible idea. They know this. But every time their eyes meet, their clothes come off. Still—they’re not going to fall in love. They are not.

Not even if this one night stand has 365 days.

Here's M. Jane Colette reading a semi-steamy (but still safe for YouTube and Facebook) excerpt from Text Me, Cupid:




💕 Cleanish Excerpt:
💕 Not-So-Cleanish Excerpt: 


   


“I couldn't stop reading this! The waiting, the need, the want, the desire... the story is a rollercoaster and I love it. Will and Florence are so vivid on the page, I was in agony with them from the start.” Alyssa Linn Palmer, author of Midnight at the Orpheus and Le Chat Rouge series

“No one does angst, family drama, hilarity, joy and eroticism better than M. Jane Colette!” DIANA SOBOLEWSKI, author of The Desire & Luxury Wine Series, (on Messy Christmas, Episode 1 of Text Me, Cupid)

“Text Me, Cupid was the first story I'd read by M. Jane Colette, and I love her fresh, taut style. Every word, every sentence counts. It's smart and sexy. I can't wait to read the rest!” Michelle Orloff, GoodReads + Amazon.com ARC Review of Delayed Valentine, Episode 2 of Text Me, Cupid

“M. Jane Colette writes complicated relationship dynamics into story lines that keep you off balance but leave you smiling in the end.” Amazon.ca Verified Purchase Review, Delayed Valentine, Episode 2 of Text Me, Cupid

“She spotlights those less than perfect relationships; often the source of hilarity in this author’s work. M. Jane Colette has a unique writing style. At least it's unique to me. She believes in short sentences and sparse dialogue. Don't worry, you will not be short changed in any respect. You'll visualize and experience everything you're meant to, including the angst, the joy, the funny bits and all of the eroticism. This author doesn't succeed despite her minimalist approach. She succeeds because of it. M. Jane Colette has mastered doing more with less.” Amazon.ca Verified Purchase Review, (on Messy Christmas, Episode 1 of Text Me, Cupid)

“M. Jane Colette knows how to write characters.” Caught Between The Pages (on Consequences)

“I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a sexy, intelligent, complicated, and fascinating read about relationships that are as complex and difficult and wonderful and confusing as most relationships usually are.” Grey Matter (on Tell Me)

“This book is a cure for divorce, depression, loneliness, boredom, you name it. Laugh-out-loud funny from the first page!” Holly Owen, Alberta Romance Writers’ Association (on Cherry Pie Cure)

“Warning: You may breakout in spontaneous laughter, develop cravings for baked goods and become a life-long devotee of the author!” Carrie Austin Reviews (on Cherry Pie Cure)




Meet Will and Florence. He’s freshly divorced and in denial. She’s twice-burnt and prickly. They’re a terrible idea. They know this. But every time their eyes meet, their clothes come off. Experience their unique, hilarious, and heart-wrenching love story in the four episodes of Text Me, Cupid: a (slightly dirty) love story for 21st century adults.

In Episode 1: Messy Christmas, Florence is looking for a no-strings attached one night stand. Will thinks he’s game. Nobody’s going to fall in love. Are they?

Meet Florence: “I’ve done this before, looking for a partner or soul mate or someone-to-grow-to-love, and you know what? I’m done with that. Honestly. I’m just looking for some casual sex. A one night stand. Specifically, during December, because it’s a weird season.”

Meet Will: “I’m reeling from a recent divorce and incapable of having a meaningful relationship. The only upside to my situation is that after fifteen years of monogamy I get to chase all the strange I want.”

Will has plans: In this head, she was already naked. Was she going to be covered with freckles? God, yes—freckles everywhere. He would find every single one.

Florence likes him: “You’re very sweet. And cute. Totally as advertised. Fit. Hair. Also, as tall as your profile said, which is a bonus. Do you know that almost all men on dating sites like about their height? They add two inches. And not just to their… you-know-what’s. Seriously.”

But she says it’s not going to work out: “You’re so sweet. So hot. But it’s not going to work out. I already know.”

Or is it?


    


Meet Will and Florence. He’s freshly divorced and in denial. She’s twice-burnt and prickly. They’re a terrible idea. They know this. But every time their eyes meet, their clothes come off.

Meet Florence:
“I’ve done this before, looking for a partner or soul mate or someone-to-grow-to-love, and you know what? I’m done with that. Honestly. I’m just looking for some casual sex. A one night stand. Specifically, during December, because it’s a weird season.”

She’s shallow:
“I don’t respond to creeps, children, married men, or fat people. Sorry. I am that shallow. I might consider couples, if you’re both fit and cute. (Shallow. Really shallow. I’m not kidding about that.)”

She really is that shallow:
“You’re not teasing about the hair? I can do bald, but only if it comes with killer abs.”

This is Will:
“I’m reeling from a recent divorce and incapable of having a meaningful relationship. The only upside to my situation is that after fifteen years of monogamy I get to chase all the strange I want.”

Will has plans:
In this head, she was already naked. Was she going to be covered with freckles? God, yes—freckles everywhere. He would find every single one.

Did I mention, Will has plans?
“See, I’ve only known you for five minutes, and I already know you like to be in control. We’re going to change that.”

Florence likes him:
“You’re very sweet. And cute. Totally as advertised. Fit. Hair. Also, as tall as your profile said, which is a bonus. Do you know that almost all men on dating sites like about their height? They add two inches. And not just to their… you-know-what’s. Seriously.”

But it’s not going to work out:
“You’re so sweet. So hot. But it’s not going to work out. I already know.”

Or is it?

Delayed Valentine is the second novella in the TEXT ME, CUPID series: a steamy love story in four episodes, featuring a hero and heroine with a painful past, a complicated present, and... well... what’s going to happen in their future? Experience their unique, hilarious, and heart-wrenching love story through 2018 with MESSY CHRISTMAS (December 2017), DELAYED VALENTINE (February 2018), BITTERSWEET HALLOWEEN (August 2018), and SAVING CHRISTMAS (November 2018). The full TEXT ME, CUPID novel, in print, audio and ebook format—is coming December 2018.


    


Meet Will and Florence. He’s freshly divorced and in denial. She’s twice-burnt and prickly. They’re a terrible idea. They know this. But every time their eyes meet, their clothes come off. Experience their unique, hilarious, and heart-wrenching love story in the four episodes of Text Me, Cupid: a (slightly dirty) love story for 21st century adults.

In Episode 3: Bittersweet Halloween, Will comes back to town after four months away, and all he wants is Florence. Florence is almost ready for a relationship. Sort of. Kind of. Maybe? But she’s got issues.

Florence Gunn: Tomorrow?
Will Ornot: Tomorrow. Excited?
Florence Gunn: Maybe.
Will Ornot: You’re such a bitch. Admit you’re excited.
Florence Gunn: I said, maybe.
Will Ornot: Tell me you missed me.
Florence Gunn: How could I miss you? We texted every single day.
Will Ornot: not every single day
Florence Gunn: Every. Single. Day.
Will Ornot: Florence?
Florence Gunn: Will?
Will Ornot: Would it kill you to admit that a) this is a relationship and b) you missed me and c) you’re excited that I’m coming home tomorrow?
Florence Gunn: Suppose it does? Is that a risk you’re willing to take?
Will Ornot: WTF?
Florence Gunn: Suppose it does kill me to admit that a) this is a relationship and b) I missed you and c) I’m excited that you’re coming home tomorrow? Is that a risk you’re willing to take?
Will Ornot: :)
Will Ornot: I saw what you did there.

Will they get their happy ending? Damn straight. This is a romance, after all. But first--they will make each other suffer, and drive Cupid crazy.


    



Meet Will and Florence. He’s freshly divorced and in denial. She’s twice-burnt and prickly. They’re a terrible idea. They know this. But every time their eyes meet, their clothes come off. Experience their unique, hilarious, and heart-wrenching love story in the four episodes of Text Me, Cupid: a (slightly dirty) love story for 21st century adults.

In Episode 4: Saving Christmas, Will wants commitment. Florence wants... freedom. Is anybody going to get what they want for Christmas? (Spoiler alert: it’s a romance, baby! Everybody gets a happy ending.)

iwillornot: Hey there, Songbird. What’s cooking?
notanightingale: Why are you messaging me on OKC?
iwillornot: Why is your OKC profile still up?
notanightingale: Why is yours and why are you on it?
iwillornot: Jealous?
notanightingale: Are you?
iwillornot: Livid. I’m not having sex with you for six weeks as punishment. FYI.

iwillornot: But seriously, why is your OKC profile still up?
notanightingale: But seriously, why is someone whose OKC profile still up asking me this question?
iwillornot: I went on the app to disable it, actually. So I’m not one of those assholes not responding to messages from gorgeous but desperate women. Because I’m in a relationship. With a gorgeous-not-desperate woman I adore.
iwillornot: And then I thought if you hadn’t de-activated yours, I’d send you a message through it… because—do you know what today is?
notanightingale: Oh, Will. I do—now. But I forgot. Our first text-anniversary. That’s so sweet.
iwillornot: It was supposed to be sweet. And now we’re fighting over why we’re leaving our options open.
notanightingale: Is that what we’re doing?
iwillornot: Yes.
notanightingale: Don’t worry. We’ll have sex and make up.
iwillornot: I told you, no sex for six weeks.
notanightingale: You won’t make it.
iwillornot: Watch me. Will of Iron, that’s what they call me.
notanightingale: Will of Iron, does that mean I should bring a puzzle or a board game or something to amuse myself Wednesday night?
iwillornot: I was thinking, I’m gonna tie you up, and watch terrible porn, and jack off while you lay there, not having sex.
notanightingale: You are the most romantic man in the whole entire world.
iwillornot: I try.
notanightingale: See you Wednesday. Don’t forget to pick up some rope after work.
iwillornot: Aren’t you going to provide that?
notanightingale: I’m bringing the board game. As Plan B. In case you don’t know how to tie knots.
iwillornot: Oh, baby. You should see the things I can do with knots.

iwillornot: But seriously, Florence, are you going to disable your profile?


    



M. Jane Colette writes tragedy for those who like to laugh, comedy for the melancholy, and erotica for people who like their fantasies real. She believes rules and hearts were made to be broken; ditto the constraints of genres. Her novels include Tell Me, Consequences (of defensive adultery), and the award-winning rom-com Cherry Pie Cure.


   


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TEXT ME, CUPID online LAUNCH party #TextMeCupid  💘 C.R. Moss (Tues, Nov 26, 2018)  
💘 Sip, Read, Love (Thurs, Nov 28, 2018)  
💘 Alyssa Linn Palmer (Sat., Nov 30, 2018)  
💘 UnConventional Bookworms (Mon, Dec 3, 2018)  
💘 Romance Novel Giveaways (Wed, Dec 5, 2018)  
💘 SJ's Book Blog (Thurs, Dec 6, 2018)  
💘 Cameron Allie (Fri, Dec 7, 2018) 
💘 Dirty Bad Bloggers (Sat, Dec 8, 2018) 
💘 The Genre Minx Book Reviews (Sun, Dec 9, 2018) 💘 Amanda Siegrist (Mon, Dec 10, 2018) 
💘 Stephanie's Book Reports (Tues, Dec 11, 2018) 
💘 2 Chicks & A Book (Wed, Dec 12, 2018) 
💘 Angelica Dawson (Thurs, Dec 13, 2018) 
💘 Roxana Nastase (Fri, Dec 14, 2018)




 

3 comments :

  1. Thank you very much for being part of the launch party! We go live tomorrow, and I'm so very excited. I wish your readers good luck in the giveaway. :)

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