Covet by Yolande Kleinn Blog Post, Exclusive Excerpt and Giveaway!

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Hi everybody! I’m Yolande Kleinn, and I’m thrilled to welcome you to the Covet blog tour. I’m giddy to be here myself, and I hope you’re looking forward to my kinky contemporary M/M/M love story. I had a terrific time writing this book—getting to know Jack and Colin and Peter—and I can’t wait for you to meet them too. Follow along for the chance to win a $30 Riptide Publishing gift card!

About Covet

Jack Mason—graphic designer and unrepentant player—has never been interested in monogamy. He certainly isn’t looking for romance when he meets Professor Colin Sloan.

Newly single and not looking for anything serious, Colin is intrigued by Jack’s offer of a physical affair with no strings attached. Becoming friends wasn’t part of the plan, but as accidents go, this one’s pretty great.

Peter Mason is Jack’s identical twin. In a long-term relationship himself, Peter tells no one that he’s falling for his brother’s newest favorite, even as the secret creates tension with his girlfriend.

When Peter’s relationship falls apart, he seduces Colin, fully expecting Jack to forgive his transgression. But Jack is keeping secrets too—he hasn’t told even Colin that he’s fallen in love. Suddenly the twins are feuding, and Colin is caught in the middle, blindsided by the revelation that he doesn’t want to choose between them.

Now all three must find a way to share, or they’ll tear each other apart.

Now available from Riptide Publishing. http://www.riptidepublishing.com/titles/covet

 

 

By the time Jack arrived at his door, Colin had worn himself so thin he barely felt the smile he put on his face.

Jack’s eyes narrowed as he stepped into the apartment, his brow drawing low and scrunching tight. “Everything okay?”

“Yes,” Colin lied, surprisingly convincing. He let the front door swing closed under its own weight, shutting out the sporadically lit hallway outside. “It’s just been a long day.”

Jack nodded, expression clearing. He glanced around Colin’s apartment with unmasked curiosity. It was the first time he’d actually set foot inside, and he was obviously taking in every detail.

Colin blushed at the close scrutiny of his living room, suddenly conscious of the jumbled disarray. It wasn’t that the apartment was dirty—Colin had a compulsive need for cleanliness—but the clutter was pronounced. Colin’s numerous bookshelves were constantly overflowing, stacks of books accumulating in almost every corner. Classic literature mixed indiscriminately with trashy mysteries and trashier science fiction, a sorting project Colin was always putting off for another day. The mess had grown worse since Kyle’s hurried packing and departure. Colin hadn’t gotten around to sorting his own books and possessions into the gaps left behind.

“Sorry about the mess.” Colin reached past Jack to steady a perilous stack of paperbacks.

“It’s fine.” There was an unfamiliar softness in Jack’s voice. When Colin straightened, they were standing closer than he’d realized—closer than they should be—and Jack’s face had gone serious. There was something intimate in the tilt of his head, and in the faint creases at the corners of his eyes. He looked like he was about to ask a question but couldn’t figure out how to phrase it.

He looked gorgeous and inviting and absolutely perfect.

And Colin knew this would play out the same as every other moment that had started this way. Jack would take a backward step so smooth it would seem like he’d intended it all along. He would smile an uncomplicated smile, and ask if Colin had decided on a bar for the evening. He would let the moment dissipate to the exact same nothing as all the rest. Exactly the way it needed to.

Colin suddenly, fiercely hated the idea of Jack retreating. Never mind everything he’d been telling himself about not encouraging Jack, or the mixed signals he’d been trying so hard not to give off. Never mind the faint tug of rational thought telling him to let Jack go.

Colin wasn’t thinking. If he were, he definitely wouldn’t react to the off-balance feelings in his chest by closing the distance and kissing Jack’s soft, startled mouth.

He backpedaled as soon as his brain caught up with the rest of him, and narrowly avoided knocking down a sturdier stack of hardcovers behind him. He was mortified with himself, and he could feel his expression going wide open with shock. As if he were the one with any right to be surprised about the kiss.

“Oh god, I’m so sorry.” He nearly tripped over his own tongue in his haste to apologize. “I can’t believe I just— That was completely out of line, forgive me.”

Colin honestly wasn’t sure what he expected from Jack in response. Affront, maybe? An obvious attraction didn’t mean Jack was interested in more, and Colin had just crossed an unmistakable line. By all rights Jack should be offended. And though Colin had never seen Jack anything but easygoing, he braced himself just the same.

But Jack only grinned, bright and uncomplicated, and reached for Colin. He took loose hold of Colin’s left wrist, then tugged him closer. An instant later there was the warmth of Jack’s palm curving along Colin’s jaw, the brush of fingertips ghosting the edge of his ear. Then Jack’s mouth, somehow both eager and tentative, testing the water. Colin’s pulse kicked fast in his chest, and he curled his fingers tight in the fabric of Jack’s sleeves. Clinging hard. Leaning closer.

Kissing him back.

About Yolande Kleinn

Yolande Kleinn may be a shameless dreamer and a stubborn optimist, but she is also a proud purveyor of erotic romance. Excitable, fastidious, and a little eclectic, she spends every spare moment as far away from reality as possible.

A Minnesotan by both heart and geography, Yolande has plenty of experience weathering tough winters. Her favorite method: distracting herself with warm beverages and even warmer stories. A night spent with a good book is heaven. A morning free to write, with a hot cup of coffee close at hand, is even better.

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  • To celebrate the release of Covet, one lucky winner will receive a $30 Riptide gift card! Leave a comment with your contact info to enter the contest. Entries close at midnight, Eastern time, on September 23, 2017. Contest is NOT restricted to U.S. entries. Thanks for following the tour, and don’t forget to leave your contact info!  

 

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13 Responses to Covet by Yolande Kleinn Blog Post, Exclusive Excerpt and Giveaway!

  1. Shirley Ann Speakman says:

    Great excerpt, things are hotting up with Colin and Jack!

    shirleyann2400 (at) gmail (dot) com

  2. Purple Reader says:

    Thanks for the nice excerpt, and congrats, Yolande. Sounds like a lot of soap opera dynamics going on in this one; makes for some good conflict and excitement. – Purple Reader,
    TheWrote [at] aol [dot] com

  3. Paul Wilgus says:

    Congrats on the book. The story of twins falling for the same guy sounds great. Now what does Colin think…a fantasy come true or love for both?
    heath0043 at gmail dot com

  4. H.B. says:

    Thank you for the excerpt. Congrats and good luck with the release!
    humhumbum AT yahoo DOT com

  5. Xanthe Anderson says:

    Really interested to read this one! Never read a story with twins before and intrigued as to the thoughts and feelings between the three. Good luck with your release!
    xanderson87@outlook.com

  6. Trix says:

    Looks fantastic!

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  7. Cornelia says:

    Thanks for excerpt, sounds like a good read.
    cvsimpkins@msn.com

  8. Blaine Hall says:

    OMG! Twins…my ultimate kink…who wouldn’t want to be tag teamed by twins…pant…pant…LOL
    Congratulations on your release. This is in the tbr pile for SURE!!!
    blaine.leehall(at)yahoo(dot)com

  9. Jennifer says:

    Thanks for the excerpt!
    jlshannon74 at gmail.com

  10. Ami says:

    Congratulations again for the release of this book Yolande

    amie_07(at)yahoo(dot)com

  11. Lisa says:

    Thanks for the excerpt!
    legacylandlisa at gmail dot com

  12. Serena S. says:

    Thanks for the blogtour! And the excerpt, it sounds really good.
    serena91291@gmail(dot)com

  13. Lee Todd says:

    great excerpt 🙂

    leetee2007(at)hotmail(dot)com

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