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Book Blitz + Review: Same Page by G.L. Thomas

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Book Title: Same Page 
Author: G.L. Tomas 
Genre: I/R Erotic Contemporary Romance 
Release Date: December 2, 2015 
Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions

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Naima vibed with Timothy from the first moment they met. Attraction wasn’t supposed to happen, but it did—with no time to turn back.

Timothy knew better. But that moment—her mouth pressed against his—made him forget about his girlfriend and he would do anything to get another chance to kiss those lips.

Can two close friends get on the same page in this Brown Sugar meets Love Jones interracial erotic romance!
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Timothy

The drive back to Naima’s place drew question marks. For someone who wasn’t shy, there hadn’t been much to say most of the car ride. Outside of changing the radio station from time to time, there hadn’t been much interaction at all. I didn’t want things to take a turn for the worst. I wanted someone who’d talk to me.

“Please don’t act all shy now. Talk to me. Tell me what you’re thinking. What you’re feeling. Tell me something…” I trailed off, hoping for the best.

“I don’t know what I’m thinking or feeling. I’m just…thinking and feeling.” It was better than hearing nothing. There was still a guard up, so I knew it wasn’t all there was to say. I cut the engine and took the key out the ignition to take away my distractions.

“Here’s what I’m thinking and feeling. Naima, when I’m with you, everything is with you. There aren’t thoughts or body parts or words for anyone else. I don’t deserve any part of you, but I want you. I want to be with you. But if making love is what turns things sour for us, I’m prepared to take things however you’d like to take them. You call the shots here. Nothing happens unless you want it to.”
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4 stars


The chemistry and connection between Timothy and Naima was just right. It wasn't forced or rushed which I love!  I loved how they brought out different sides of each other and pushed each other as well. Having a woman of color as the lead was so cool and she's from Staten Island like myself. The authors didn't lie there is nothing to do on this island! This story does have cheating but if you can get pass the cheating, you will definitely be in for a special treat! I enjoyed the writing style and the story held my interest. In this book you have drama, romance and comedy. What I liked most about the book is we have an interracial couple as the main couple. This is very rare in the New Adult and Contemporary Romance novels I have read.I stayed up to 1am reading and had to start the second book "Next Chapter" right away. This book had everything I loved and I will definitely  be supporting this author in the future!

meet the author

Guinevere is the G. Libertad is the L. Seems fitting to go by GL Tomas as twin coauthors with a mission. Known to most as the "Twinjas" from the platform Twinja Book Reviews, a review blog that supports and promotes diversity in YA titles and speculative fiction, they hope to successfully cross genres successfully with their romance debut Same Page.
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