Release Day Blitz ~ The Amazing Alpha Tau Romeo and Juliet Project by Lisa Henry & Sarah Honey ~ Excerpt | Teasers | Giveaway

Release Day Blitz ~ The Amazing Alpha Tau Romeo and Juliet Project by Lisa Henry & Sarah Honey ~ Excerpt | Teasers | Giveaway

Afternoon all!

The Amazing Alpha Tau Romeo and Juliet Project by Lisa Henry & Sarah Honey

Welcome all, a big happy welcome to the Release Day Blitz for The Amazing Alpha Tau Romeo and Juliet Project by Lisa Henry & Sarah Honey!! I am so happy to be part of this one! This book sounds oodles of fun! Rivalry in frat houses, two boys who want to be together, and more. EEP!

For today’s post I got an excerpt, a giveaway, book/author information, and some teasers!

A big big big congrats to both the author on the book releasing today, hooray!!!

The Amazing Alpha Tau Romeo and Juliet Project by Lisa Henry & Sarah HoneyAlpha Tau, Book 4
When Charlie Mercer meets a cute guy at a party during summer break, sparks fly. But Tanner never calls him. Typical. At least he has his sophomore year at Lassiter and his fraternity brothers at Alpha Tau to distract him—and maybe this will be the year he finally meets someone.
College is meant to be a new chapter in Tanner North’s life, except he’s still stuck in the shadow of his older brother, Colt. Not only is Tanner going to Lassiter like Colt did, he’s also pledging to Kappa Beta Rho because Colt was chapter president there. Whatever. Tanner’s not interested in getting involved in the dumb frat rivalry that Kappa Beta Rho has going on with Alpha Tau. He’s just going to keep his head down and his grades up until he graduates.
It’s a solid plan, right up until Tanner realizes that Charlie is a member of Alpha Tau. And it turns out that keeping their hands off each other is harder than they thought.
The Amazing Alpha Tau Romeo and Juliet Project is a lighthearted contemporary m/m romance containing a ruined phone, two melodramatic frat boys, and a romance that spans the width of an entire street. Or something.


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The Amazing Alpha Tau Romeo and Juliet Project by Lisa Henry & Sarah Honey teaser

About Lisa Henry:

Lisa likes to tell stories, mostly with hot guys and happily ever afters.
Lisa lives in tropical North Queensland, Australia. She doesn’t know why, because she hates the heat, but she suspects she’s too lazy to move. She spends half her time slaving away as a government minion, and the other half plotting her escape.
She attended university at sixteen, not because she was a child prodigy or anything, but because of a mix-up between international school systems early in life. She studied History and English, neither of them very thoroughly.
She shares her house with too many cats, a dog, a green tree frog that swims in the toilet, and as many possums as can break in every night. This is not how she imagined life as a grown-up.
Lisa has been published since 2012, and was a LAMBDA finalist for her quirky, awkward coming-of-age romance Adulting 101, and a Rainbow Awards finalist for 2019’s Anhaga. She also has a Facebook group where you’ll be kept in the loop with updates on releases, have a chance to win prizes, and probably see lots of lots of pictures of her dog and cats. You can find it here: Lisa Henry’s Hangout.:

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About Sarah Honey:

Sarah lives in Western Australia with her partner, two cats, two dogs and a TARDIS.
A teacher once told her life’s not a joke.
She begs to differ.
Her proudest achievements include having kids who will still be seen with her in public, and knowing all the words to Bohemian Rhapsody.
You can connect send her an email at sarahhoneywriting@gmail.com..

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The Amazing Alpha Tau Romeo and Juliet Project by Lisa Henry & Sarah Honey teaser

Excerpt

Charlie cleared his throat. “So, please don’t punch me in the face for asking or anything,
but why did you drag me in here?”
“I like your face!” I blurted, like a fucking idiot.
Charlie was as wide-eyed as a raccoon by now. “Are you—are you flirting with me? Was
that flirting? I might be wrong. I’m probably wrong. Again, please don’t punch me.”
“I wouldn’t punch you! I…” It was my turn to go red, if the heat rising to my face was any
indication. There were probably a hundred different ways to tell a guy you thought he was cute, but I finished up lamely, again, with, “I like your face.”
But Charlie didn’t laugh. He smiled, and dimples appeared on his cheeks, making him
three million percent cuter. I didn’t think that was a real number, but we’d moved into the real theoretical universe-bending stuff here. “I, um… I like your face too.”
“Thanks.”
His smile grew. “This is flirting, right?”
He said it like he was making fun of both of us and not just me.
“Yeah,” I said. “It’s pretty bad though. Sorry. I’m kind of new at it.”
He bit his lip, but that did nothing to stop his smile from growing again. “I like it. Can I…?”
And before I’d even figured out the question, he’d stepped closer, right into my space,
and my answer was yes. Yes to anything because warmth was radiating off his skin, and he smelled like fabric softener and apple shampoo and some sort of scent that reminded me of walking through the men’s fragrance section in a department store where those guys spritzed you whether you liked it or not.
“Here,” he said and lifted his hand to my face. He tilted my chin up and leaned in and
kissed me. It was a soft kiss at first, still a question, but when I reached up and pulled my fingers through his red curls, he opened his mouth and then our tongues were touching.
I’d kissed before, but it had never felt so electric, never so right. Never like my skin was
suddenly a size too small to contain my body and bubbles were bursting in my bloodstream. I felt hot all over, almost dizzy with it, and if I didn’t have one hand in Charlie’s hair and the other one on his hip, I wouldn’t have been able to tell which way was up anymore. I would have been like an astronaut bumping around the capsule in zero gravity, except Charlie was keeping me tethered in place.
He ended the kiss, drawing back slightly and opening his eyes. “Wow.”
The word was a puff of warm air against my face, and I echoed it. “Wow.”
Charlie smiled, his eyes lighting up.
My lips tingled, and my heart beat faster. I’d told myself that when I got to Lassiter I was
going to be out and if not proud, at least not in the closet and that I’d kiss a guy. And here I was, an entire three weeks ahead of schedule.
Go me.


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