Always Forever Blog Tour

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I am so happy to be a part of this blog tour for Always Forever. I’m really excited to read this book. Mary has been an awesome blogger friend of mine, and, on top of that, an excellent writer.

Displaying Always Forever cover (small).jpgSynopsis:

Music has been there for them, Always Forever

Colton Cruise has a determined, focused, hardworking attitude. He’s the manager of one of the most popular bands. However, all of his problems are coming from a smart mouth, petite, guitar player of the opening band.

Ivee Jamison is a blunt, outspoken girl who has been on her own for a while. She does whatever she wants. That is, until her new boss, Colton Cruise, starts barking orders.

The secrets that drive them are the one holding them back. Now will the music be able to save them once again? 

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Excerpt:

I walked into the dimly lit bar. I small grin crept onto my face. It felt familiar, maybe because 

I spent a lot of time here behind the bar, and with Shine. I strolled up to the corner of the bar. A 

large breasted blonde smiled from behind the counter, and strutted up to me. 

“We’re closed sweetheart.” Her bright white smile was completely fake.

“Let Wills know that Colton is here, and then bring me a Budweiser. Thanks.” I ignored her 

statement. She looked at me strangely, but nodded, heading to the other side.

I gazed around the exact room that helped me get Shine where it is today. There were no 

tables, no stools, only a large bar that covered the whole length of the building. In the very back, 

on a large platform, was the stage. 

That was where all the magic happened. 

Right there. 

It really wasn’t anything special if you looked at it in the light. It’s a black, elevated stage, 

which Wills built himself. But to Shine, and to me, it was everything.

“Colton,” Wills thick British accent made me turn toward him. “How the hell are you?” He 

wasn’t as tall as I was, but he was much larger. I knew that he had to be at least two hundred 

eighty pounds and had always been that way.

“I’m good.” I gave him a quick, firm hand shake.

“I’m glad that you could make it up here on short notice.”

“Now, I came up here because it was you, Wills, but why the fuck am I here?” I crossed my 

arms, as the blonde set my beer in front of me, and a drink in front of him.

“You’re looking for someone to open for Shine, right? For the North America tour?” Wills’ 

questions. 

I nodded.

“Well, look no further Mr. Manager-of-the-World’s-Hottest-Band, I have that opening act.” 

Wills smiled at me, pushing back his thick black hair off his forehead

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About the Author:
Displaying Mary Smith's author photo.jpgMary Smith was born in Chicago, Illinois but raised in Princeton, Illinois. She is currently living in
West Virginia with her amazing husband. Mary never misses a Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago 
Bears or a Chicago Bulls game. She loves her sports. Mary never goes anywhere without her 
Kindle, her laptop or a book in hand. If you can’t find her reading than she is reviewing books on 
her site, which she co-founded, Book Nerds Across America.

Mary Smith was born in Chicago, Illinois but raised in Princeton, Illinois. She is currently living in 
West Virginia with her amazing husband. Mary never misses a Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago 
Bears or a Chicago Bulls game. Mary never goes anywhere without her Kindle, her laptop or 
a book in hand. She is the author of the Amazon bestselling Sports Romance series, The Ice 
Series, and The Penalty Kill Trilogy, which she co-authors with Lindsay Paige.

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