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Meet your Summer Crush!

By the time I hit Publish on this blog post, Summer Crush will have been two days old. It still feels pretty surreal that Six, Jay, and I were able to make it this far, and really, all we could tell ourselves the moment Jay uploaded the book on Amazon was “WE DID IT. WE REALLY DID IT!”

I have plenty more things to say, but that’s going to go on my “reflection paper” (Jay already posted hers, haha) which should be up in a few days. For now, I’m going to leave you with these:

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Get your copy of Summer Crush here

Sign up for your FREE GIFT** here

**Please note that the free gift will be sent to you via email AFTER the blog tour in May. This is open to all readers around the world, so please let us know if you’ve bought the book so we can thank you with this little offering! <3

And here’s something fun Six, Jay, and I came up with–the Who’s Your Summer Crush? Quiz!

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Click on the image and find out who your Summer Crush is! 😀

Comment below to let me know who you got? ^^

This is all for now–happy reading, and thank you so much in advance for your time!

 

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Give it to me straight “Promdi Heart”

Seems like it’s the season for wonderful romance anthologies, because here’s another one from six #romanceclass authors I look up to. Promdi Heart: Hometown Love Stories is a collection of short stories set in six different provinces in the Philippines–Misamis Occidental, Negros Occidental, Aklan, Bulacan, Ilocos Sur, and Zambales. I one-clicked this gem after its March 29 release (but I’ve not read it yet–I will get to it soon!) and I really think you should, too. I’ve seen a lot of people tweet positive thoughts about this book, and I feel like turning the book’s pages will take me on a lovely, lovely trip.

Promdi Heart: Hometown Love Stories
C.P. Santi, Ines Bautista-Yao, Jay E. Tria, Chris Mariano, Georgette S. Gonzales, Agay Llanera

Take a quick tour of the Philippines with six hometown love stories.

Visit Jimenez, Misamis Occidental where a priest might just set you up with a man whose dimples are to die for.

Visit Silay, Negros Occidental and get on a horse alongside hunky, hazel-eyed Negrense royalty.

Visit Kalibo, Aklan and find yourself in the arms of a cute drummer boy who just happens to be your kuya’s BFF.

Visit Hagonoy, Bulacan and spend All Saint’s Day next to a distracting boy who promises to write you a song.

Visit Vigan, Ilocos Sur and meet the hot man you used to bully when he was a shy, scrawny boy.

Visit Pundaquit, Zambales and find love in a bronzed fisherman whose eyes hold depths you’ll want to explore.

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COVER REVEAL: Summer Crush by Six de los Reyes, Tara Frejas, and Jay E. Tria

Aaaand it’s heeeeere! ^_^ The collaborative project Six, Jay, and I have been working on now has its official ~face, thanks to the magic of Miles Tan (who was also my book cover designer for Waiting in the Wings)! Take a look! <3

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Summer Crush
Six de los Reyes, Tara Frejas, Jay E. Tria

Beach. Love. Rock and roll.

When life, love, and rock and roll come together on the sandy beaches of La Union for music festival Summer Crush, expect nothing less than the crashing of lips, bodies, and waves against the shore, against each other, and against your soul.

Allow these three tales of love to take you away for an unforgettable weekend.

Ana’s life as a corporate warrior, graduate student, and girlfriend to indie rock band boy Miki starts to spin out of control, and she wonders if it is love that has to give. (You Only Need Reminding, Jay E. Tria)

Newly reinstated EG Project roadie Filipina Legaspi flies with her band back to the Philippines for Summer Crush, unaware of the emotional waves that engulf her when she sets foot in the beaches of San Juan, La Union. (Almost There, Tara Frejas)

Rhys has three problems: Arabella, the theme song with the Trainguy, and singing live for the first time—and now also on that list is Isaiah, sea-sweet Mango Rum kisses, and long overdue decisions she’s intent on avoiding. (Ocean Eyes, Six de los Reyes)

Add it on Goodreads!

I’ll be back with an Amazon link very, very SOON! <3

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Won’t you show us your feels? ^_^

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RomanceClass #AprilFeelsDay2017 is coming really soon! We’re really, really excited about this event, especially since this is the SECOND time we’re putting together an April Feels Day event. Last year, we ventured into organizing a standalone event for the #romanceclass community of authors and readers, and suffice to say, we were SO HIGH from the experience that we just had to do it again.

(Of course, there were more events that happened after that, but that’s another story.)

This year’s April Feels Fest is happening on April 30, Sunday, at the Urban Turf, U.P. Town Center from 1:00 PM onwards. But before we get to that fun, feels-filled day, we’re bringing back #ShowMeYourFeels! Check this out:

Whether or not you’ll be able to attend April Feels Day, you may get a chance to win great prizes from #romanceclass! And all you have to do is read our books and spread the love! <3 How amazing is that?

CLICK ON THIS LINK FOR SUBMISSIONS!

More event-related announcements will be posted in the coming days, so make sure to track the #romanceclass and #AprilFeelsDay2017 on Twitter and Instagram. Also, follow the RomanceClass Books page on Facebook, as well as the April Feels Day event page!

See you on April 30! <3

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