**BOOK TOUR** Delicious Deception by Tami Lund
Title: Delicious Deception (Tough Love #3) Author: Tami Lund Book Tour: August 3 - 7 Genre: Contemporary Romance Hosted by: SBB Promotions
Emily Kate Boudreaux runs a restaurant located on a bayou in Texas, because it’s what her family expects of her. But she’d rather be painting. Her resentment is at an all-time high when sexy chef Connor Rikeland walks into her life and turns it upside down. Soon, Emily Kate’s restaurant is a roaring success, she has time to paint to her heart’s content, there’s a hunky guy warming her bed, and she’s having visions of happily ever after.
Everything is just about as perfect as it can be – until Emily Kate’s brother comes into town and takes an instant dislike to Connor. And she soon learns it isn’t just because his baby sister is sleeping with the man. Connor has a few secrets, and when Emily Kate finds out, she must decide what’s real, what’s a lie, and what’s worth risking her heart over. Because deception or not, life with Connor is delicious.
Naked Truth (Tough Love #1)
Undercover Heat (Tough Love #2)
Tami Lund likes to live, love, and laugh, and does her best to ensure the characters in her books do the same. After they’ve overcome a few seemingly insurmountable obstacles first, of course.
When she’s not doing that, she’s mom to two (growing far too fast) kids and a furbaby who conveniently forces her to exercise at least once a day. She’s also a wife to her own knight in shining armor who proposed in a way worthy of a romance novel. She loves to garden and every year attempts (usually in vain) to keep her lawn green through the month of August.
Tami is multi-published, both self- and with a few publishers, including Crimson Romance, Liquid Silver Books, and Soul Mates Publishing.
Chances are, there is a new book coming out soon. Be sure to stalk her on social media, so you know when.
And most important, if you enjoyed one of Tami’s books, please let other readers know by leaving a review on the site from which you bought it, or on Goodreads. Otherwise, how will they know which book to read next?