It’s been busy…

It’s been so busy around here.

Everyday, I get my morning starting with a full day planned of writing and editing. And every single day, I work my tail off editing Foul Shot only to demand I take a nap in the afternoon.

Then, I head to pick my kids up from school and the rest of the day is shot and I suddenly regret that nap. Okay, regrets a strong word. And can you really regret napping?

But, I’ve been so busy getting these edits done for Foul Shot so that it’s ready for your hands on June 1st.

YES! JUNE FIRST!!

Are you screaming? Cause I’m screaming.

Ugh, Cal and Jennifer will make you fall in love.

If you haven’t yet, here’s the blurb to read:

Jennifer Montgomery isn’t looking for a serious relationship, she enjoys her freedom. Jennifer’s past has left her fearful of entering any type of relationship in the future, except those where friends have benefits. She’s an avid basketball fan, so when she meets the Cal King after a Hawks game, she’s ready for the events of the night. 

Cal King is a player, both on and off the court. He doesn’t date, at least nothing serious, but something about Jennifer catches his attention. She’s sexy, smart and funny as hell. The fact that she’s down for a friends with benefits relationship is icing on the cake. 

Neither of them want anything serious, so it’s a shock when one of Jennifer’s students, Bobby, moves in with her. All it takes to threaten what they have now is a picture posted by a fan causing Social Services to rethink the current placement and giving Bobby’s parents a chance to formulate a plan. Can Jennifer and Cal push through their emotions to make the Foul Shot? Or will their past define their future? 

So, keep your eyes open for more on this couple! There’s twist and turns in this book that even shocked me as I wrote it.

Full Court Press is off of Amazon for the time being, once the new cover is complete and the the complete manuscript rewrite is finished, I’ll put it back on!

I hope you all have a wonderful end to your week.

XOXO,

J. Akridge

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