Release Blitz: Every Little Thing by Jordan Bates @GiveMeBooksPR

Title: Every Little Thing
Series: The Ink Well Chronicles #4
Author: Jordan Bates
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: February 29, 2020

Blurb
The first time I shook her hand, I knew she was the one.But my breath stalled when I grazed the cool metal on her finger and when I
looked down at that fucking ring, my heart stopped.

Now, she’s back in town and after five years, I had no idea what’d happened.
Instead of her husband standing by her side, holding her hand, there was a
little girl. The first time I shook her hand, I knew she was the one.

But my breath stalled when I grazed the cool metal on her finger and when I
looked down at that fucking ring, my heart stopped.

Now, she’s back in town and after five years, I had no idea what’d happened.
Instead of her husband standing by her side, holding her hand, there was a
little girl.

I wanted to know their story.

Because when it came to Melanie, I needed to know every little thing.

 

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Excerpt
“I loved reading about Greek mythology the most when I was
in high school.”

I turned toward Melanie who was staring at me. I wondered how long she’d been
looking on or more so. How long ago did she move her chair to the side of the
table, so we were sitting next to each other, rather than across from each
other?

“I’m a huge fan of Greek mythology myself,” I respond.

“You are?” Melanie cocked her head to the side. A look of disbelief crossed her
face and I tried not to laugh.

“I am. I loved studying about it in college. I took a couple of Greek mythology
classes between History and Literature. I even took a Latin class as well. The
culture intrigues me.”

“Same here. Anything I can get my hands on I love to read or watch about.”

“If that’s the case, I have a comic I’d love to show you. It’s about Persephone
and Hades.”

Melanie quickly put her drink down and placed her hand over mine.

“Wait!” There was a stunned look on her face as she reached into her back
pocket, bringing her phone out. It was only seconds before she was shoving the
device in my face, showing me exactly what I’d been about to tell her.

“You mean Lore Olympus?!”

“Yeah,” I laughed at Melanie’s enthusiasm and when she pulled the phone away, I
saw a genuine smile plastered across her face as she looked at me.

“It’s one of my all-time favorite comics and it’s not just the story but the
illustrations as well. It’s just so cool to see the story come to life in a
different way than just words or even so, the way most people read about it.”

“Exactly. We can see these Gods in our time and see them be almost human for a
second. It’s quite a refreshing rendition to the Greek mythology world.”

“Did you see it was being optioned for a show too?!”

“I had not but that sounds exciting. I wonder if it will be animated the way it
is in the comics or if they are going to change it.”

“I hope they’d keep it the way it is but if anything, seeing that story come to
life would be amazing to watch.”

“I hope you wouldn’t make me watch it alone.”

It was a long shot but I stuck the comment out there in the open, hoping with
how this coffee date was going, Melanie would sink into the words and move this
in the direction I wanted it to go.

“Smooth move there, Jack.” She shook her head and leaned in closer to me, just
like she had at the bar. “I said this wasn’t a date.”

“Yet here you are in a dress, sitting next to me, giving me the smile I’ve been
so desperately wanting to get from you.”

“My smile?” She moved her hand to her lips and looked down at her drink.

I reached out, tucking my fingers under her chin and lifting her head up.

“You’re smile, Melanie.” I gave her a small smile myself. “Since I’ve known
you, I’ve never seen the smile you give others directed toward me. Now, you’ve
given me a smile that I’ve never seen you give anyone else.”

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Author Bio
Jordan Bates is an up and coming romance author from
Florida, who is determined to write loves that last and are true to everyone
who reads them.
Jordan graduated from UCF with a degree in English –
Creative Writing. She has been writing since her freshman year in high school,
where she finished her first and second book. Since then, she has pursued
writing poetry, young adult novels, and romance novels.
When she isn’t working or writing, you can find her looking
for inspiration among the forests, and finding all the new food to eat. Because
what’s better than writing? Eating an amazing burrito.

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MY REVIEW:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5
Such a tragically beautiful love story. Jack is a man with two sides to him, but not many see the real Jack. He hides his soft, kind side from everyone except those that he lets in. When he meets Melanie everything changes.

Jack works with Melanie’s brother Max in the Publishing company The Ink Well, he’s the cover designer for the books that they publish. He loves his work and gets lost in it when he’s working on a project.

Melanie first meets Jack when she is interviewing with his mother for a position in California. She is moving to California with her husband for his new job and she needed a job as well. Her first impression of Jack is one of wariness and something else, that she’s not able to pinpoint. After five years she returns to Georgia and surprises Jack, because he had no idea she was back or why.

I really liked this story. It tragic but beautiful. Melanie has gone through a lot in the past five years and she’s not sure can continue with her life. If you like stories of second chances, love stories with kind-hearted men that will do anything for the one they love, then you should read Every Little Thing. It tragic, dramatic, and has a Happily Ever After. I give it 4.5-stars and recommend it readers that are looking for a beautiful love story.

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