Thursday, May 28, 2015

BLOWING OFF STEAM by Joy Lynn Fielding Blog Tour and Giveaway



Book Name: Blowing Off Steam

Author Name: Joy Lynn Fielding

Release Date: May 26, 2015


Pages or Words: 66,000 words

Categories: Contemporary, Fiction, M/M Romance

Publisher: Samhain Publishing

Cover Artist: Syneca


Blurb: Two guys, a train, and lots of steam.
Sam Chancellor has been in love with the steam engine Old Bess since he was six years old. Well, maybe not literally, but even when he’s lost everything else in his life, he’s always had her. But now her place in his heart has been unexpectedly challenged. Her new driver, Ryan Saunders, is the embodiment of all Sam’s fantasies.

Ryan has written off Sam as just another geeky trainspotter—until the moment Ryan sees him without his usual shapeless hoodie and realizes that, for a nerd, Sam’s pretty built.

When Ryan overlooks Sam’s awkwardness long enough to suggest a hook-up, Sam seizes the opportunity—and Ryan—with both very eager hands. Finding common ground in their shared love of Bess, their time together is better than Sam ever dared dream.

But there’s a reason Ryan never talks about his past. And when Ryan’s job is threatened, Sam’s well-meaning intervention puts both Ryan and Bess in deadly danger.

Warning: Contains train geekery, bed-hogging, a hero with no experience and another with plenty to spare, and a spider called Mabel. 



Excerpt:

“You’re kind of built for a nerd, aren’t you?” Ryan said. “I guess trainspotting’s a more active hobby than I’d thought.”
Sam should have walked away because this guy was insufferable. Except there was humour gleaming in those eyes as well as something else. Something that if he wasn’t entirely losing his mind was actual, sexual interest.
In him, Sam Chancellor.
“It’s all that running alongside the engines to get the numbers down,” he blurted out before he could stop himself.
To his amazement, Ryan laughed. A true laugh that caused his eyes to crinkle at the corners. It made him even more gorgeous than he already was.
“Ryan Saunders,” he said. “I drive old Bessie.”
“Bessie?” Sam was horrified at the heresy. “She’s Bess. She’s always been Bess.”
“Given I’m the one whose hands have been over every inch of her, I guess she’s allowing me intimacies the general public doesn’t get,” Ryan said.
The low seductive voice and the thought of Ryan’s hands stroking over him the way they did over Bess meant Sam was getting hard. He clutched his satchel in front of him like some sort of shield, except that wasn’t helping at all because it was pressed against his dick and, God above, he was about to get a hard-on, here and now, right in front of Ryan Saunders.
“You haven’t told me your name,” Ryan said.
“Sam,” he choked out. “Sam Chancellor, and I have to go.”
He put his head down and fled.

Sales Links: Samhain ~ Amazon ~ B&N ~ Kobo


About the author: Joy Lynn Fielding lives in a small English market town, where she indulges her passions for vintage aircraft, horse-riding and gardening (though not all at the same time).
Joy has a tendency to wax lyrical about the fascinating facts she discovers during her research for books. Thankfully she has a very patient Labrador who has a gift for looking interested in what she’s saying while he waits for the food to arrive.

Email: joy.fielding01@gmail.com

Tour Dates and Stops

25-May
Prism Book Alliance
Cate Ashwood
Bayou Book Junkie
Love Bytes
26-May
BFD Book Blog
Book Reviews and More by Kathy
MM Good Book Reviews
As The Pages Turn
27-May
My Fiction Nook
Inked Rainbow Reads
Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words
Divine Magazine
28-May
Bike Book Reviews
Redz World
Vampires, Werewolves, and Fairies, Oh My
Molly Lolly
Wicked Faerie's Tales and Reviews
The Fuzzy, Fluffy World of Chris T. Kat
29-May
Foxylutely Book Reviews
Rainbow Gold Reviews
The Novel Approach
Multitasking Mommas


GIVEAWAY

$20 Amazon gift card




6 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for having me here today. I'll be popping in and out all day if anyone has any questions for me.

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  2. I love riding in real trains, not the commuter train or tube, but the train system in the U.S. really sucks. Have been thinking of taking one of the scenic routes in Canada or Europe, just need to find someone to go with. No one in my family is interested.

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    1. I hope you find someone to travel with, Anne - there are some gorgeous rail routes out there. In fact, writing this book made me determined to experience some for myself.

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