Sunday, September 22, 2013

Without Borders blog tour

Book Synopsis
Without Borders is a sexy Contemporary short about Kayla Parker, a young doctor working with Doctors without Borders in Columbia. Kayla hates the arrogant U.S. soldiers who make her job even more difficult. Lieutenant Liam Young is the new guy and is assigned to protect the doctors and the clinic. Will Liam be different?

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Author Bio
Juliette Michaels is a New Adult and Adult Romance writer (Juliette writes YA under the pen A.J.M. Mousseau.)
In my profile picture I am on the left in the orange skirt.
I was born in San Diego and have lived all over the U.S. including New York, Hawaii, Vermont, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Montana, Arizona, and Washington
state. I am a university student studying Modern Literature and Creative Writing.

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Fun Info:
*My 85 pound golden retriever Titan likes to sleep on my feet when I write.
*I write from my home which at the moment is a 36 foot recreational vehicle my family and me have been adventuring in for the past three years.
*If I were a superhero, my arch nemesis would be commas and mean people.
*I love books, music, movies, traveling, and adventures.
*On the right in my profile the picture is my daughter Koda Mousseau she owner of Dragon Tattoo Cover Designs and my cover designer.
*I love writing passionate and angsty; fun and light; fantastical and imaginative novels with amazing characters, complex worlds, and a lot of hot and sexy spice.  
*I love writing with music on and include playlists for my books on my websites!
*I write in a notebook, with different colored inks for mood, characters, and situations. My first edit is when I move the story into my laptop.
* My favorite place to write is outside.
* I am a university student at TTU online.
* I live with my family in a 36 foot RV and live throughout America and Canada. Psst… soon hope to visit Europe!
* For my pen name, I use my middle name, Juliette and my husband's first name, Michael as my last <3 Romantic isn't it?
* I have lots of kids. Give me a minute to count... Six! I homeschool/unschool too, along with my fantastic husband.

The drop point was around fifty-five miles east; about an hour and a half there and back. There was no music, no distractions; just the two of us. Great. 

“You know, we’ve been working together for almost three months, why don’t you just call me Liam?” he said after we’d gotten on the road. 

“Okay… Liam.” 

After some more awkward time passed he went on, “Do you mind if I call you Kayla?” 

“I don’t care.” I muttered out the window. 

“Fine,” he said. “You don’t care.” 

We sat silent again. 

“So, what got you working with Doctors Without Borders?” he asked, making small talk I guessed. 

“Really? We’re going to have this conversation? Do you really want to be friends with me… Liam?” 

“We are working together. It’s better than being enemies.” 

“Look,” I said. “I truly appreciate the work you’ve done here.” I said. He rolled his eyes. I guessed he thought I was being sarcastic. “Honestly,” I continued. “You’ve done an amazing job; I just don’t want to make friends with a guy like you.”

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