Today we are celebrating the release of THE RIGHT WAY by Katie Ashley by participating in the blog tour. This is a contemporary romance title. Check out the blurb for the book below. Grab your copy now and follow Ashley's Group for details about each of her titles.
THE RIGHT WAY by Katie Ashley
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Presley Patterson never imagined finding out she was pregnant just a month before graduating high school. She also never fathomed losing the baby’s father to a tragic accident. Needing support for her and her unborn child, she seeks solace by moving in with Jake’s parents. She isn’t too surprised to find an adversary in Jonathan, but she isn’t about to let him ruin the first stability she’s ever experienced. Surprisingly, the animosity towards Jonathan begins to fade and is replaced by more amorous feelings. Taking a chance on Jonathan means risking the perfect world she's built for herself and her daughter.
Can the two move on from the specter of Jake in order to find a future together, or will their wounded hearts remain unhealed?
Oh man, Katie Ashley brought all the feels with this story, and I loved it! Told from dual POV, we get the present tense story, as well as the events from the recent past involving Presley and Jake, as well as his death. One thing that did surprise me was the relationship between Jake and Presley, I wasn't expecting it to be the way it was. My heart broke for Presley and the situation she found herself in, and thank goodness for Jake's parents stepping in when they did. My heart also broke for Jonathan, given the PTSD he's suffering with since his brother's death
About the Author
Katie Ashley is a New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon Best-Selling author of both Indie and Traditionally published books. She lives outside of Atlanta, Georgia with her daughter, Olivia, and her spoiled mutt, Duke. She has a slight obsession with Pinterest, The Golden Girls, Shakespeare, Harry Potter, Star Wars, and Scooby-Doo.
With a BA in English, a BS in Secondary English Education, and a Masters in Adolescent English Education, she spent eleven years teaching both middle and high school English, as well as a few adjunct college English classes. As of January 2013, she hung up her red pen and expo markers to become a full-time writer. Each and every day she counts her blessings to be able to do her dream job.
Although her roots are firmly planted in the red Georgia clay, she loves traveling the country and world to meet readers and hang out with fellow authors. When she’s not writing or chasing down her toddler, you might find her watching reruns of The Golden Girls, reading historical biographies, along with romance novels, or spending way too much time on Facebook.