GIVEAWAY!! Playing by Heart by JB Salsbury ~ COVER REVEAL

Jesse Lee is the worst!

He’s a multi-millionaire, triple-platinum-selling, Grammy-Award-winning man-slut—a worldly, self-indulgent heathen. I wouldn’t sleep with him if he were our last chance to ensure survival of the human race. The only reason I put up with him is because he’s my boss’s brother.

Whatsherface is one of those holier-than-thou types.

She’s bossy, has a horrific singing voice, and she’s so ordinary, she practically blends in with the eggshell-colored walls—the complete opposite of anyone I’d bang. The only reason I put up with her is because my career is on the line.

Playing by Heart is an enemies-to-lovers romance where opposites not only attract, they ignite.

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J.B. Salsbury is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and two kids.

Her love of good storytelling led her to earn a degree in Media Communications. With her journalistic background, writing has always been at the forefront, and her love of romance propelled her career as an author.

She spends the majority of her day behind the computer where a world of battling alphas, budding romance, and impossible obstacles claws away at her subconscious and begs to be released to the page.

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NEW RELEASE!! Saint by JB Salsbury ~ Sarah A’s Review

Milo sold his soul to the devil to save an angel.
Now he’s after revenge.

There are worse prisons than the lush estate of a notorious drug smuggler in Mexico. Mercy lives out her days alone and hidden from the world, but her sleep is riddled with nightmares of the muti and all the boys and girls just like her who weren’t lucky enough to get away.

If the people who kept her as a child are in Mexico, is it possible she could find them?

What starts as vigilante justice unravels a web of human trafficking deeper and darker than Milo and Mercy could’ve imagined. When she comes face-to-face with the people she once considered family, she proves she is far from the Angel they raised her to be.

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Sometimes you read a book where the world is so beautifully constructed, the situations so meticulously plotted, the characters so wonderfully formed you have no choice but sit in awe of the beauty of all of it. When I first read Ghostgirl, I experienced that and, somehow, JB Salsbury was able to continue to expand on all of that intrigue and wonder into Saint and make me love her and the characters even more.

I’ve only ever read one other book about albinism and the implications the condition can have on the people born with it. Both stories opened my eyes to the horrific consequences these children suffer because of something they have absolutely no control over. Books with messages about social issues, especially those we don’t frequently encounter, always affect me profoundly. I loved that Mercy was able to confront, overcome, and find her purpose in spite of – or maybe because of – the people who wanted to exploit her because of her coloring.

Mercy and Milo forged such an unbreakable and somewhat unlikely bond in Ghostgirl, the Angel and the spawn of evil, but their love was so pure, their devotion so complete I never for a second doubted they were anything but fated, and that soul-deep connection was only strengthened and proved without a doubt in Saint. Milo showed Mercy her strengths and worth lay far beyond what she’s been brainwashed into thinking her entire life, and she gave him the unadulterated love and concern he’d needed to know he deserved. Watching each of them blossom and become the truest and best versions of themselves throughout these novels was sublime.

Saint is the second book in JB Salsbury’s Mercy duet. It can not be read as a standalone; it is the continuation of Mercy and Milo’s story, which began in Ghostgirl. Their story is complete in this book, though I would love to see at least one more book in this world. Saint is written in dual first-person perspective, narrated by Mercy and Milo.

JB Salsbury has completely won me over as a reader with this duet. Her world building was so phenomenal and made me feel like I was right there experiencing everything right along with the characters. The characters she created in the Mercy duet were so perfectly flawed and sympathetic I physically reacted to the pain and emotions they experienced. Ms. Salsbury is an extraordinary storyteller, and I can’t wait to see what else she has in store for her readers in the future.

She was brainwashed into believing she could save mankind.

Now, she’s the one who needs saving.

Abandoned with his two younger brothers, Milo Vega was placed in foster care. Now a twenty-year-old high-school senior covered in gang tattoos and working as the school’s janitor, he is living a life vastly different from the one he was destined for.

When another foster joins the family, this one from the psychiatric facility, Milo’s skeptical. A rare genetic condition makes her unlike any girl he’s ever seen, and he wants nothing to do with the one he calls Ghostgirl.

Despite his reluctance, his protective instincts flare when she enrolls in school, and eventually, an unlikely friendship grows between them. When a tragic event snaps her fragile psyche, Milo is faced with the possibility of never seeing her again.

Unless he risks it all to save her.

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J.B. Salsbury is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and two kids.

Her love of good storytelling led her to earn a degree in Media Communications. With her journalistic background, writing has always been at the forefront, and her love of romance propelled her career as an author.

She spends the majority of her day behind the computer where a world of battling alphas, budding romance, and impossible obstacles claws away at her subconscious and begs to be released to the page.

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Saint by JB Salsbury ~ COVER REVEAL

Milo sold his soul to the devil to save an angel.
Now he’s after revenge.

There are worse prisons than the lush estate of a notorious drug smuggler in Mexico. Mercy lives out her days alone and hidden from the world, but her sleep is riddled with nightmares of the muti and all the boys and girls just like her who weren’t lucky enough to get away.

If the people who kept her as a child are in Mexico, is it possible she could find them?

What starts as vigilante justice unravels a web of human trafficking deeper and darker than Milo and Mercy could’ve imagined. When she comes face-to-face with the people she once considered family, she proves she is far from the Angel they raised her to be.

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She was brainwashed into believing she could save mankind.

Now, she’s the one who needs saving.

Abandoned with his two younger brothers, Milo Vega was placed in foster care. Now a twenty-year-old high-school senior covered in gang tattoos and working as the school’s janitor, he is living a life vastly different from the one he was destined for.

When another foster joins the family, this one from the psychiatric facility, Milo’s skeptical. A rare genetic condition makes her unlike any girl he’s ever seen, and he wants nothing to do with the one he calls Ghostgirl.

Despite his reluctance, his protective instincts flare when she enrolls in school, and eventually, an unlikely friendship grows between them. When a tragic event snaps her fragile psyche, Milo is faced with the possibility of never seeing her again.

Unless he risks it all to save her.

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J.B. Salsbury is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and two kids.

Her love of good storytelling led her to earn a degree in Media Communications. With her journalistic background, writing has always been at the forefront, and her love of romance propelled her career as an author.

She spends the majority of her day behind the computer where a world of battling alphas, budding romance, and impossible obstacles claws away at her subconscious and begs to be released to the page.

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NOW AVAILABLE!! Ghostgirl by JB Salsbury ~ Sarah A’s Review

She was brainwashed into believing she could save mankind.

Now, she’s the one who needs saving.

Abandoned with his two younger brothers, Milo Vega was placed in foster care. Now a twenty-year-old high-school senior covered in gang tattoos and working as the school’s janitor, he is living a life vastly different from the one he was destined for.

When another foster joins the family, this one from the psychiatric facility, Milo’s skeptical. A rare genetic condition makes her unlike any girl he’s ever seen, and he wants nothing to do with the one he calls Ghostgirl.

Despite his reluctance, his protective instincts flare when she enrolls in school, and eventually, an unlikely friendship grows between them. When a tragic event snaps her fragile psyche, Milo is faced with the possibility of never seeing her again.

Unless he risks it all to save her.

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Ghostgirl was completely unexpected.  I couldn’t have anticipated the intensity of either Emilio or Mercy’s history, how profound their connection would be, or the lengths they’d go to to protect one another.  I was blown away by every part of this book and look forward to reading more.

Every second of this book was fraught with tension.  I was completely engrossed with putting together the details of both of their pasts; hers more so, since she didn’t recall much of what she’d been through.  The things she’d endured before she’d come to live with Emilio’s foster family were insane.  Every time we got a flashback to her life before she was found I was disgusted by how she was exploited by the only people she knew.  Emilio’s past, while not as much of a mystery, was equally exploitative and may have been even more upsetting since the person putting him through things a child shouldn’t have to endure was his father.

Mercy’s unfettered trust in Emilio was both fabulously naïve and exactly what he needed.  Their connection may have been sudden and somewhat unexplainable, but it felt real.  Their relationship, from the very beginning, was something they both needed.  Mercy needed someone to protect her without suffocating her, someone to help her find herself after years of being told she was something else, and Emilio did all of that for her.  Emilio needed someone outside his family to see him as more than his father’s son, more than the gang-banger school janitor, someone to give him another reason to be more than society expected from him; Mercy gave him all that and more.  Their dynamic was full of compassion and understanding, their love for one another shone like a beacon, regardless of any consequences they might face.

Ghostgirl is the first book in this duet from JB Salsbury.  The second book, Saint, will conclude Mercy and Emilio’s story, so these books can not be read as standalones.  This book ended in a comfortable place, so while I’m eagerly anticipating the next one, I don’t feel like I was left in the lurch.  Ghostgirl is written in dual first-person perspective, narrated by Mercy and Emilio.

This is the first book of JB Salsbury’s I’ve had the pleasure of reading.  Her writing was emotionally powerful and drew me completely into her story.  She painted vivid pictures with her prose and kept me completely entranced with her world and her characters.  I was wholly impressed with her storytelling and look forward to reading more of her work.

J.B. Salsbury is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and two kids.

Her love of good storytelling led her to earn a degree in Media Communications. With her journalistic background, writing has always been at the forefront, and her love of romance propelled her career as an author.

She spends the majority of her day behind the computer where a world of battling alphas, budding romance, and impossible obstacles claws away at her subconscious and begs to be released to the page.

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