Monday, 4 May 2015

Next Stop on the Perfection Mini-Tour!

Today I am taking part in the blog tour for Perfection by J.L. Campbell. Read on below to find out more and come back Wednesday to see my review. NA has been a burgeoning genre and today you will a novel that takes it from a Jamaican perspective. Now take it away Joy.

Perfection explores the world of Karim and Natasha, two new adults who have made their share of mistakes and are learning to deal with their individual challenges.
Set in Jamaica, the story has unique nuances because of the locale, but the themes are universal—friendship, parenting, relationships and trust.

Enjoy a sample from a novel that has been described as 'Perfection' by several readers.



"I love the title because it sums up the novel - PERFECTION! Campbell's books are set in her country of Jamaica and I love the backdrop of the beautiful tropical island as much as I love her characters and plots. Always interesting and never dull, Campbell's books are an excellent read."

Have you read any New Adult novels lately? What do you think about new adults who have to deal with parental responsibilities? Are they any different at parenting than older folks?
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Many thanks for hosting me, Sheena!




Blurb:

After six months of serial breakups with her two-timing boyfriend, Natasha is ready to give relationships a break. Malik has no plans to give up and schemes to get her back, but his efforts throw his cousin in the middle of his campaign. Natasha doesn't need another guy messing with her brain, or her plans for the future, but Karim is different from anyone she's ever met. The fact that he's off-limits deepens her guilt over her attraction and puts her judgment into question. Can she move beyond the mistakes of the past and trust someone who's no angel?

Karim is back in Jamaica for the summer and has no plans to tie himself to anyone, because girls are complicated and he's been burned a time or two. He's knee-deep in responsibility as a result of a thoughtless act that changed his life. But Natasha is a girl with a difference, who makes him want things he has sworn to give up. Will she give him the time of day and will she want him when she finds out about his past and the present he wants to keep hidden, but can't?



J.L. Campbell is an award-winning, Jamaican author who writes romantic suspense, women's fiction, new and young adult novels. She has written fourteen books, two novellas and two short story collections. She also writes under the pen name Jayda McTyson. She is a certified editor, who also writes non-fiction.

Visit her on the web at http://www.joylcampbell.com




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10 comments:

  1. Congratulations, Joy! I think it's great she sets her stories in Jamaica.

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  2. Sheena, thanks ever so much for posting. Much appreciated!

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  3. I enjoyed reading he excerpt. I love that more wonderful NA stories are out and about :-)

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    1. This one was fun to write, Angela.

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  4. She's a dynamo! How many books can one girl write? "Hundreds," says J.L. Campbell.

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    1. Lee, I was minding my own business when this series came to me out of the clear, blue sky. I'm sticking with that story. :)

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  5. NA is a fun genre to read and write. Congrats, Joy.

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  6. It is, Diane. These stories flowed so smoothly, I'm amazed.

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  7. Looks like wonderful work here! Lovely highlight. Thanks for this, Sheena. :) :) :)

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  8. I'm sure this is a very cute and entertaining book. Lovely.

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