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Taken by Tuesday ~ Catherine Bybee ~ Blog Tour & #Giveaway

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TAKEN BY TUESDAY
The Weekday Bride Series, Book Five Montlake Romance, Contemporary August 12, 2014, First Edition Paperback & Kindle

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JUDY GARDNER:
College graduate Judy stands ready to conquer the world…if she can find a job. Hoping to transition from aspiring architect to famous architect as quickly as possible, the dark-haired beauty moves to LA, staying in the home of her celebrity brother, Michael Wolfe.
But it’s hard for Judy to focus on work when the sexy bodyguard she fell for last summer keeps showing up in her life and leaving her breathless.
RICK EVANS:
With his hard body, green eyes, and easy smile, Rick could have any woman he wants. But the Marine- turned-bodyguard only has eyes for Judy and her
spitfire attitude. When a faceless villain attacks Judy, Rick will stop at nothing to protect the woman who opened his heart from the monster hunting her.
PRAISE FOR TAKEN BY TUESDAY
“Readers will fall in love with Rick, who is the ultimate book boyfriend with his good looks and bad-ass attitude.” –RT BOOK REVIEWS, TOP PICK!, 4 ½ STARS

EXCERPT
A throaty laugh made him pause.
He knew that laugh.
The smile on his face suddenly felt more genuine. His
gaze slid across the room when she laughed again. Her
back was to him, but it was her…Utah. She held her
cue stick and pointed at a corner pocket. “Watch ‘em
and weep.”
She sunk the eight ball like it was her bitch and the
guys around the table groaned. A short-haired blonde
lifted her hand and made a grabby motion with her
fingers. “Pay up!”
Utah laughed, laid her cue on the table, and grabbed
the bottle of beer at her side. All the while Rick just
watched the interplay. She wore tight jeans, a tucked
in tank that hugged her waist in a mouth-watering
way …over the ensemble was a jean jacket that he
could easily picture draped over the handlebars of his
motorcycle.
“I think we just got hustled,” one of the young college
kids said as he shoved his hands in his wallet to pay
his debt.
“I tried to warn you.”
Judy’s friend shoved the bills into her pocket faster
than the waitress had. “Anyone else? Twenty buck
minimum with a round of drinks.”
This might be fun.
Rick took a step forward and lifted his voice above the
crowd. “A hundred bucks.”
Utah froze, but didn’t turn around. He wondered if
she recognized his voice. Had she thought about him
in the last year? With the exception of her brother’s
divorce party, he hadn’t seen her…not outside of a wet
dream or two.
The blonde swiveled her head like a snake to prey and
her eyes did that sweeping thing that happened to him
once in a while. Rick knew he wasn’t hard on the
eyes, knew he filled out his shirt like a Marine should.
His thick shoulders and neck screamed military or
linebacker. He did play a little football in high school.
“Who the hell are you?” the blonde mumbled.
Rick chuckled.
Judy slowly turned and had to tilt her head back to
look at him. “Green Eyes.”
“Hey, Utah.”
“You know this guy?” The blonde shoved next to Judy
and nudged her arm.
God, she was even more adorable than he
remembered. He didn’t let her eyes go, just matched
her stare. A blush rose to her cheeks and a few
freckles peeked through. Her snarky remark about his
presence was a heartbeat away. He’d lay another
hundred bucks on the table as a bet that the next
words out of her mouth would shock everyone within
earshot.
“Did the steroid train stop in town when I wasn’t
looking?”
The blonde started to laugh.
Rick stepped even closer so barely an inch separated
them. The smile never left his face. “I hear steroids
shrink dicks.”
As if she couldn’t help herself, Judy glanced down and
it was Rick’s turn to laugh. He brushed the edge of her
body with his and removed the cue from the table.
“What do ya say, Utah? I’ll even let you break. Ladies
first and all that.”
Rick knew they were drawing a crowd, but the
interplay between them matched the sparks that
hovered over them like a damn rainbow, and he was
powerless to care what anyone thought.
“A hundred bucks is steep, Judy.”
“S’okay, Meg…Rick’s a big talker. Besides, he doesn’t know what I’m capable of.”
Rick shook his head and clicked his tongue. “Now, now…don’t want to show all your cards.”
“She’s really good, dude,” the guy she’d relieved of twenty bucks said from across the table. Rick lowered his voice. “Will you go easy on me, Babe?”
Judy regained some of her lost composure and pushed away from his personal space. “Not on your life. And I’m not your babe!”
We’ll see about that. He couldn’t stop smiling.

My Review.

Each book in the week day Series keeps getting better & better. The plot is intriguing and I couldn’t keep the book down until I read the last page. it had my attention from the first chapter til the very end. For all Catherine fans well I have to tell you she didn’t disappoint( as always). For all new fans of you are looking for a fresh exciting new read, well all you have to do is #1Click this series. It can be read as a stand alone, but you will enjoy it more reading the whole series. It’s unlike anything you’ve ever read. This was a great way to continue the Weekday Series, I can’t wait to see what Catherine has next in store for us.

About The Author

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New York Times & USA Today bestselling author
Catherine Bybee was raised in Washington State, but
after graduating high school, she moved to Southern
California in hopes of becoming a movie star. After
growing bored with waiting tables, she returned to
school and became a registered nurse, spending most
of her career in urban emergency rooms. She now
writes full-time and has penned the Weekday Brides
Series and the Not Quite Series. Bybee lives with her
husband and two teenage sons in Southern California.

CONTACT LINKS:
Website~ http://www.catherinebybe.com
Email~ catherinebybee@yahoo.com
Blog~ catherinebybee.blogspot.com
Twitter~ twitter.com/catherinebybee

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