Thursday, October 13, 2016

His Premier by Jessie G- Blog Tour & Giveaway @3HeartsPromos @JessieGBooks


Book Title: His Premier
Author: Jessie G

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 Born into wealth and privilege, Colin Sinclair was raised on the knowledge that money could buy anything and everyone had a price. Trouble was no trouble at all, not when the money was there to sweep it under the rug. But those lessons, learned at the knee of his father, were going to be challenged in a way that would change Colin forever. In middle class suburbia, Arnaud Dechene learned the value of hard work, focus, and dedication to a dream. He was well on his way to achieving it, the role of Premier, when he catches Colin’s eye. Rich snobs didn’t usually do it for him, but there was something about Colin that made him impossible to resist. Despite being opposites in every way, falling into a relationship was surprisingly—and deceptively—easy, but Arnaud never lost sight of his dream and Colin had trouble accepting that he was second place to anything. When a stupid argument leads to a reckless act, the repercussions leave Arnaud fighting for his life and Colin paying with his own. With a little meddling from an aging schemer and intentions that are more well-meaning than realistic, their paths will cross again. However, Colin and Arnaud aren’t the same men who loved with abandon. They are older and wiser, with a history that might be too big to overcome. Fans of the series know revenge is a double-edged sword, forgiveness doesn't always come easy, and forgetting is damn near impossible. But love...well, that may just conquer all.


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His Premier – Bonus Scene for Book Lovers 4Ever

Have you ever heard the phrase “there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers?” That’s nice in theory, but doesn’t always apply in real life. Case in point, I asked Wendy what she wanted for this post and she said “hot sweaty sex, the dirtier the better.” Shocking, right? Why did I even bother to ask?
Instead of sending off an excerpt, I thought I’d write a bonus scene that would take place between His Premier and the scheduled sequel—Extended Run, 2017.
- Jessie

Colin rocked on his heels as he watched Arnaud silently wander around the space. It had taken almost six months to fully renovate the run down Mission-style house into the dance studio of Arnaud’s dreams. Of all the projects Doover had undertaken, this had definitely been the most nerve wracking. The cause that was the driving force behind this new venture had become important to not only him and Owen, but many of their friends as well.
Right in this moment though, it wasn’t about causes. It was all about Arnaud. Being able to do this for him was a gift and Colin needed to know that he’d done his lover’s vision proud.
Every second that passed in silence ramped up his nerves. He couldn’t remember the last time Arnaud had been silent for more than two minutes at a time. Even his facial expression was neutral, something Colin didn’t even think was possible. How could someone who’s whole body was used to convey his feelings be so completely blank?
“Can we go upstairs?” The soft question seemed extraordinarily loud in the otherwise empty space and he looked over to see Arnaud with one foot on the step as he peered up to the second floor.
“Of course.” Since the second floor was significantly smaller than the first, they set aside about sixty percent of the space for a yoga studio and turned the rest into Arnaud’s office. With more than a little trepidation, Colin followed silently as he tried to figure out where they’d gone wrong and how they were going to fix it.  
At the top of the stairs, he hung back and let Arnaud explore. Only the office had been sectioned off, the rest was just a big open space with floor to ceiling mirrors lining the walls. It was there he went first, peering around the door with a little hum that sounded like approval. Thankfully, they got one thing right.
Finally, Arnaud came to stand in the middle of the empty yoga space and faced him with something of a bemused expression. “I love it.”
The words didn’t match that look or the subdued tone. When Arnaud loved something, he vibrated with it. This was not love, it was barely like and was probably just his lover pacifying him. “You don’t have to say that if you don’t mean it. We can change anything, just make me a list and we’ll start right away. Was it the floors? I know you weren’t sure about the darker wood and we shouldn’t have…”
“I can’t believe it’s real. I can’t believe it’s mine.” It was then that Colin realized Arnaud wasn’t being stingy with his emotions, he was in shock. “Colin, you made my dream come true.”
He knew he needed Arnaud to love it, but that reaction was beyond. Everything he ever wanted to be, do, and have was in that statement. “Do you love it? Really, really?”
With a sly smile and eyes glowing with pure happiness, Arnaud fisted the hem of his t-shirt and lifted it up over his head to toss it aside. “Really.”
“That was only one. I’m not sure I’m convinced.” And Arnaud was suddenly wearing too many clothes.
Never one to back down from a challenge, Arnaud made quick work of his sneakers and jeans, then he was standing there completely naked in the mirror lined room. Colin would be a liar if he didn’t admit to having this exact fantasy. “Really, really. And I might be saying that just because you’re hot, but I can’t be sure because you’re still fully dressed.”
His hands were already moving, but that didn’t mean he couldn’t tease. “Is this going to be one of those hot naked yoga classes I’ve heard so much about?”
“Oh, it’s going to be hot once you finish getting naked and there will definitely be contortions, but I’m not sure this is a class I want to offer everyone.”
“Or, you know, anyone other than me.” Colin kicked away his clothes and slowly stalked Arnaud across the room. “Because then I’d have to go back to jail.”
“You do say the sweetest things,” Arnaud purred, melting against him.
Only Arnaud would think so, but that was all he’d ever need. With both hands full of the hottest ass he’d ever seen, Colin lifted Arnaud off his feet and moaned when that strong, slender body wrapped around his. “Alexa, play Sex Me Up playlist on Pandora.”
“I have an Alexa?” Arnaud started to look around as music began streaming in the room, but Colin wasn’t interested in explaining the high tech gadgets they’d built into the studio. “How does she know my…”
With a muffled laugh, Colin cut off the words with a kiss. The only thing he wanted Arnaud focused on was him. Thankfully, his lover was quick to get with the program. As their mouths battled for control of the kiss, that body went pliant in his arms as the haunting strands of a single saxophone filled the room. The urgent need to fuck was thrumming beneath his skin, but he could spend hours just like this and be equally as fulfilled.
“Tell me you have lube.” Arnaud wasn’t always so inclined to wait. “Never mind. We fucked earlier, I’m sure I can take you on spit.”
“Trying to kiss here.” There was a good natured grumble and then Arnaud became the aggressor. After six months together, there was still an impatience in his lover. It was a rare moment that they took their time, at least the first round, and Colin wasn’t sure how to fix whatever insecurity drove him. Time, maybe, but it was a conversation they’d have to have sooner rather than later.
Right now, the need to fuck had become the need to reassure and he had the perfect place to do it. He carried Arnaud to the corner of the room, eased him to his feet, and nudged him around to face the mirror. With the two mirrored walls abutting against each other, Arnaud only had to keep his eyes forward to see what was going on behind him. “Hands on the glass, ass out, legs spread, and don’t you dare look away.”
Arnaud was still shifting into position when Colin knelt behind him, grabbed his hips and pulled him back. Without hesitation, he spread him wide and leaned in for a taste. One hand reached back, fisting in his hair, but Colin knew Arnaud would be focused on the vision in the mirror.
“Col! Oh fuck, that’s so hot.” Arnaud’s hips were moving in a tight figure eight and the hand in his hair provided little give. Not that Colin was trying to get away. He was exactly where he wanted to be and he’d like nothing more than to see Arnaud unravel from this alone. “Love…don’t make me cum yet. I need to see you inside me.”
Or not. He leaned back and nipped at one cheek in punishment. “So impatient.”
“It’s just…I need you, love.” When Colin stood, Arnaud was watching him in the mirror, his eyes brimming with emotion. “Please.”
Once again, that need to reassure took over and Colin rubbed his cock against Arnaud’s spit-slickened hole. “Are you sure you can take me like this?”
“Yes.” Those hips nudged back, urging him to press forward and Colin gave in. He knew Arnaud’s body better than he knew his own and trusted his lover to tell him if something didn’t feel right. “Oh, that’s perfect. I can see you in the mirror.”
Despite that urgency, he took his time, drawing out the visual for both of them and groaned when he finally bottomed out. “Now it’s perfect.”
After that, there was no way to hold back. Buried in that tight heat, the vision of their coupling surrounding them, and Arnaud’s emotions bare for him to see, Colin was powerless to resist. They came together amid gasps and grunts, flesh against flesh, and a whole orchestra driving their rhythm.
“Let me see you touch yourself,” Colin rasped and nearly came on the spot when Arnaud immediately complied.
“Shit, shit, Col…” Arnaud’s hand flew over his length, his hips snapped and writhed, and the clench of inner muscles was almost painful in intensity. “I’m not gonna last.”
Neither was he, but somehow he held back until Arnaud was exploding all over the mirror. With the sound of his name on his lover’s lips, Colin slammed forward and gave himself over to the pleasure Arnaud was determined to wring from him.
He didn’t know how long they stood slumped together against the mirror when Arnaud started laughing. “We’re going to need to buy stock in glass cleaner.”
“And stash lube in your office.”
“I have lube in my backpack, I just didn’t want to run downstairs to get it.” With a grunt, Arnaud twisted around and found his mouth in a messy kiss. “I hope you had a hearty breakfast, love. We still have a few rooms left to christen.”

THANK YOU Jessie!! Loved it, just what I asked for. 


Like many readers, the dream of being a writer has been with me a long time. After three decades of trying, I'd begun to doubt. Thanks to social media, I followed my favorite authors hoping to glean some words of wisdom as I pounded out half-formed ideas with alarming regularity. Two repetitive themes emerged: To be a great writer you must read a lot and your butt must be in the chair every day like it's a job. The more you write, the easier it will be to write and the better you will be at writing. I took that advice to heart and write every day. With three series in the works and counting, it's been amazing to have made this dream my reality.
I am a firm believer in marriage equality, love at first sight, power dynamics and happily ever after. I'm a lover of strong secondary characters and series filled with families, biological or chosen. All are themes you'll find throughout my books.

Wendy's Review- 5 Loving Stars!!
I love this series.
This book is about Colin and Arnaud. Colin was hooked when they met as teenagers when he watched Arnaud dance for the first time. I think Colin was a complete goner when Arnaud's first words were " Did you love it?" Falling in love comes easily to the two of them and so does staying in love but a tragic accident pulls them apart. Guilt, pain, and misunderstandings keep them apart for ten years.
Second chances are not always easy but when they are given to the man you are meant to be with your heart can heal and this it was Colin is coming to terms with in this book.
I loved having some characters from previous books making appearances, Chris & Owen showing up, giving a little glimpse of how well Owen is doing with Chris in his life. Then there is Saul, (my man) giving his words of wisdom to Colin and helping like he always does. Plus we get a little taste of Jacky, now he is one I can't wait to get to know more about. He holds a special place in Colin's heart so he must be a great guy that needs someone special to love him.
The family dynamics in this book were very well written, from a much loved Grandmother to a very controlling "stage" mother. Colin's rich family was so standoffish except for his Grandmother, maybe his Mom tried but IMHO not enough, then you get Arnaud's mother, what a bitch. Jessie can write a bitchy Mom character, LOL. I'm not sure there was anything about her I liked. Arnaud's father on the other hand, he came around, he wasn't that bad.
I look forward to reading more about Colin and Arnaud and following them on their journey, let's hope they move into Saul's house with the rest of the guys soon!



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  1. Wendy, I'm so glad you liked the scene and that you loved my guys. Your constant support of the series is invaluable. Not sure what it says about my ability to write a bitchy mother, but I promise we'll see more of Charlotte in the sequel! - Jessie

  2. I appreciate the sentiment behind the "no stupid questions" bit, but boy, I've heard some doozies. I was on a cruise when a woman seriously asked a Colombian man if he was Juan Valdez (of the coffee commercials in the 70's and 80's).

  3. Thank you for the wonderful post! Thank you for sharing.