Blog Tour, Rachel's Review and Giveaway: Crossing the Line by Jacquelyn Ayres

Book: Crossing The Line (The GEG Series #3) (standalone read)
Author: Jacquelyn Ayres
Genre: erotic romance/humor

Psychotherapist, Madelyn St. Claire, has all the answers. At least, that’s what the plaques on her wall say. There isn’t a fear she’s met that she hasn’t helped a client blast through. So, why can’t she work through her own?

Oh, that’s right…

She’s been so busy helping everyone else through their challenges over the years, including her best friends—the GEGs—that she never even realized she had any of her own true fears. Then again, she didn’t have a reason to until he came along. Cellist, Declan Pierce, can hit all the right notes, as long as he’s hitting them on stage. When he’s off . . . well—he’s off. So, he keeps his head down and tries to stay focused on his career and his son, Hunter. They have shared in a trauma that would bring most closer. However, theirs has only weighted their bond down, slowly causing them to drift further and further apart.

That is until a beacon of light shines through. That beacon is about five-foot-nothing, all curves, heart, brains, and no BS. But that is only part of this story.

It’s a long road to Happily Ever After. Maddie and Declan learn that it takes more than just the two of them to get there, and it’s not a smooth stroll. It’s not meant to be, though, is it? Life can give you whiplash. Buckle in and hold tight to those closest to you because, honestly…
It takes a village to make love epic.
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You know when you go from "Oh..." and fanning yourself to laughing out loud all within the first couple of pages that you're on to a really good thing!  That's just how I felt starting Crossing the Line!
First, we start out with Maddie and Declan going at it... then...
~"What on earth were you thinking about?" He chuckles lightly.
I could easily tell him that I was lost in the thought of our impromptu "session" earlier, but he probably won't remember it to reminisce along with me. That's because he wasn't really here. He was only fucking me in my mind. He fucks me there every day, at some point. Always on my desk. My own little --made for my mind--porno.
This was an awesome read.  I love the characters, yes, even though I hadn't met them before, it wasn't a big deal.  They didn't make me feel left out at all!
I absolutely LOVE the way Jacquelyn Ayres writes.  It's like she's having a convo with you, complete with little side notes, quirky sayings, and forehead smacks!  This was funny, sexy, and full of feels..I know right? Who'd have thought that what comes across as a rom-com is gonna be full of the warm and fuzzies?  Well, when you're talking babies....
If it was me, all over again...I'd start at book 1, Oh, which I will for sure, and then move on up, just like the Jeffersons...but if you don't have the time...or you wanna get a taste of the top floor, you can start with Crossing the Line and then I KNOW you'll go grab book 1 Under Contract..matter of fact, you can click the little linky thing down about 4 inches. LOL
Her writing in phenomenal...I was laughing out loud and then I'd have tears streaming down my face.  Without a doubt I'll have to check out her other books as well...
If you wanna get a good gauge of her writing read the about section...
I promise you won't be disappointed. Not to mention...she's an author I've decided I would LOVE to meet, because if she's a quirky as her writing, we'd get along fabulously!
Especially since my eyes are sometimes green and I didn't hear about a character with peacock colors in their hair. LOL
5 Stars!

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Meet the Author

I am a domestic engineer (born and raised in NJ) whose sole responsibility is to guide three young, impressionable kids into becoming phenomenal adults. This challenging yet rewarding work requires a lot of love (coffee), patience (wine), and determination (periodic exorcisms). I work this magic from the beautiful state of New Hampshire.

Before becoming a domestic goddess (not really), I spent over a decade in the medical field, where I wore more hats than the Queen.

I have loved the written word and the great escape it provides since I was a little girl. When I wasn't reading about people and the places they lived, I was creating my own characters and adventures.

Finding myself again through my writing in The Lost & Found Series, The One, and The GEG Series has been nothing short of a dream come true. Also, it makes people feel better when I laugh randomly or talk to myself, knowing it's my characters and not "the voices" . . . that would be creepy.

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