5 Stars for Unexpected Moments by Bailey Bradford – #MM #Menage #AuthorPost @BaileyBFun4Me @Totally_Bound

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Title: Unexpected Moments (Unexpected #2)
Author Name: Bailey Bradford
Publication Date & Length: December 12, 2014 – 189pgs

Synopsis

Love begins at the most unexpected moment.

Carter Hausemann and Eddie Canales are embarking on a new romance. They know they’re compatible sexually. Now it’s time to find out if they’re meant for each other—and a third man, because Carter has always known what he needed, he’d just been afraid to reach for it.

Eddie will do whatever it takes to make Carter happy, and since he’s not the jealous type as long as he’s included, he’s more than willing to see if a relationship can work between three men. But first he and Carter need to concentrate on them.

Dare Habrock has the microbrew everyone’s talking about. He also has a secret that has kept him from having a lover in far too long.

When these three meet, they begin to understand that love flourishes in the most unexpected moments.

But someone is determined to destroy every bit of joy they have.

Reader Advisory: This books contains scenes of multiple male ménage.

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Review

FiveStars

This book had a little of everything, tense situations, romance, and problems with family accepting their relationship.

This story had three very strong characters. Eddie, Carter and Dare. It was perfect the way Eddie and Carter worked at their relationship first, then looked for another to join.  They took the time to see what they each brought to the relationship, and waited to find the right guy to join them.  I thought that Dare complimented the two of them and they all fit together well.  The author had the mother’s, of two of them, having trouble excepting all three of them in love. But the dialogue regarding that was done quite well, I liked that the guys wouldn’t let the mom’s take away their love from each other.

I really enjoyed the tense plot that revolved around the three and it seemed to bring them closer through all the horrible things that happened. The whole plot was written so riveting that I was actually on edge for them to prove who was doing it and capturing him.  Although I was not excepting how they found him.

I loved that the book wasn’t just about sex it had an actual story.  It was written well and kept you interested throughout. Definitely a good read.

Sherry

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AuthorInterview

Hi, I’m Bailey and I’ve got a new book out, Unexpected Moments. It’s a follow-up to the short story, Unexpected Places, that debuted in Totally Bound’s new What’s His Passion? imprint. It continues the story of Eddie and Carter, along with new developments in their relationship. I don’t want to give too much away 😀 There’s action, adventure, and yes, sex. 😀

If you purchase the book at Totallybound.com , there’s extra content in the way of a Bonus Scene, author interview, and a little note and autograph. I really need to work on my handwriting.

Today I’m blogging about people who inspire me, and that’s a Top-5 list! I do like lists, although not if they’re chores or bills. Those aren’t fun at all.

Anyway. Here we go!

  1. Oh man, y’all seriously make so many days better. The support and laughter from y’all is amazing. I’ll say it again: I’ve met some of the best people online. There are days where y’all restore my faith in humanity.
  2. My family. Sometimes they inspire me by being annoying, not just by being great. I don’t mean the entire family is annoying at once, but you know, there are days when a kid just snaps and snarls and it’s not a good time. Even so, those days serve to remind me that everyone has it rough at times, and you just love them through it, and love is inspiring.
  3. Other authors. Not just ones I interact with, either. I read a lot online, and am a lurker. There, I admitted it. I read about their lives and am inspired, just as the incredibly talented authors I do talk to inspire me. They blow me away with their kindness and their talent.
  4. My closest friends. One asked me to write about snow leopard shifters after she watched a special on them. Another made me an organizational chart I am going to use when I can sit down to work on it. A third helps keep me sane when I’m angry and ranty-ranty. Still another one has been there for me for a quarter of a century. I love them all, very much.
  5. People I don’t know. Have you ever looked at someone, say out at the mall or in court when you’re trying to get out of a ticket? Okay, other places, too. But on with the point! Someone catches your eye. Maybe they’re attractive, maybe they aren’t. That’s not always the point. Sometimes a person just has this presence and you can’t help but notice them. And you start making up stories about them—who they are, what they do for a living, how they came to be where they are. That kind of imagination helps a lot. Although it does make me seem kind of creepy. Are you thinking I’m creepy? You are, aren’t you? Good. I’ll keep at it then. 😉 But seriously, anything about someone you encounter, even at a distance, can inspire. The sight, scent, sound of them can do it. Just let your imagination go.

Inspiration really is everywhere!

Blurb for Unexpected Moments:

Love begins at the most unexpected moment…

Carter Hausemann and Eddie Canales are embarking on a new romance. They know they’re compatible sexually. Now it’s time to find out if they’re meant for each other—and a third man, because Carter has always known what he’s needed. He’d just been afraid to reach for it.

Eddie will do whatever it takes to make Carter happy, and since he’s not the jealous type as long as he’s included, he’s more than willing to see if a relationship can work between three men. But first he and Carter need to concentrate on them.

Dare Habrock has the microbrew everyone’s talking about. He also has a secret that has kept him from having a lover in far too long.

When these three meet, they begin to understand that love flourishes in the most unexpected moments.

But someone is determined to destroy every bit of joy they have.

Reader Advisory: This books contains scenes of multiple male ménage, light BDSM and references to fisting.

Like the sound of Unexpected Moments? Buy it here.

About Bailey Bradford:

A native Texan, Bailey spends her days spinning stories around in her head, which has contributed to more than one incident of tripping over her own feet. Evenings are reserved for pounding away at the keyboard, as are early morning hours. Sleep? Doesn’t happen much. Writing is too much fun, and there are too many characters bouncing about, tapping on Bailey’s brain demanding to be let out.

Caffeine and chocolate are permanent fixtures in Bailey’s office and are never far from hand at any given time. Removing either of those necessities from Bailey’s presence can result in what is known as A Very, Very Scary Bailey and is not advised under any circumstances.

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AuthorBio

I am a married mom of four who spends most of the day writing, either on stories or at the blog. I love to write as much as I love to read. I am generally quiet and laid back, choosing to let things slide off me rather than stick and irritate me.

And it’s really hard trying to think of descriptives for myself, so I’ll just let y’all e-mail me or comment at the blog if there’s something specific you’d like to know, and spare you from reading a boring bio:D

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