Thursday, October 29, 2015

Release Blitz: Tomorrow's Lies by S.R. Grey

Title: Tomorrow’s Lies (Promises #1)

Author: S.R. Grey

Release date: October 28, 2015

Genre: New Adult Romance/Coming of Age Romance

Cover Designer: Hang Le  

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Blurb for Tomorrow’s Lies:

When today's promises become tomorrow's lies, how can you believe in anything . . . or anyone?

Jaynie Cumberland has no idea how to trust again, so she’s given up on trying. Dumped in to the state foster care system at age fourteen, Jaynie spent three years treading water, just trying to get by.

Still, Jaynie always knew she was broken in some way. After all, why did her own mother abandon her? And following a harrowing experience at her first foster home, Jaynie’s worst fears are confirmed, leaving her feeling worthless and shattered.

Now Jaynie counts the days till she turns eighteen and can go out on her own. All she wants is to be free of everyone and everything. But before that can happen, she must make it through the next few months at one final foster home. There Jaynie meets a gorgeous, albeit rough-around-the-edges, boy who is dealing with the repercussions of his own turbulent past.

Flynn O'Neill is immediately taken with this new, fragile girl. He becomes determined to show Jaynie there is more to life than hurt and pain. Unfortunately, this new home they live in, one that promised to be a haven for unwanted kids, is more like a living hell.

So what do you do when you’re trapped and there’s no way out?

What if you fall in love and protecting the other person becomes the most important thing in your life?

What if something unthinkable happens, testing your love, and the stakes are raised higher than ever? Will you come out unscathed? Can today’s promises be kept? Or will they simply become more of tomorrow’s lies?

Tomorrow’s Lies is a beautiful story of an all-consuming love and broken people building a family out of nothing. It's about never giving up, even in the face of adversity.

New Adult/Coming of Age Romance
Fall 2015

Note: NO cliffhanger!

**mature content and possible triggers**

Grab the tissues!!! Wow this is a heartbreakingly beautiful book. If you have ever been at a point in your life where you think it can’t get any worse just remember it always can. But sometimes you have to get through the bad in life to make it out on the other side. I was hooked from the very first page. I read this in one sitting because I had to know what happens.

Jaynie hasn’t had the best life. She was thrown into the system at a young age by a mother that didn’t want her and then sent to live in hell all over again. Now Jaynie is going to a new foster home but now she has to deal with more issues that her last foster home instilled. Jaynie isn’t looking for love or even a friendship. She is just trying to count down the days until she turns 18 and can be free. But Flynn turns her worlds upside down. She finds herself having feelings she never thought possible again. But Jaynie soon realizes her and Flynn both need each other in order to survive this new foster home.

Flynn’s life hasn’t been easy either. He has his own issues and demons that he is dealing with. When I learned of what happened to Flynn, it broke my heart. Flynn is living in foster care with 3 other children and they all have a strong bond. When Jaynie shows up, Flynn looks at her differently than the bond he shares with the others. He wants to protect Jaynie and keep her safe. They are both once again living in hell but now that they have each other they know things might be a little different.

This book is an emotional roller coaster ride. At times I held my breath and at other times I wanted to crawl through my kindle and hold each and every one of them and tell them it would be ok. I mean how much do they have to go through before they can catch a break? I love the strong bond between each of the characters. They all connect in a different way. At times this book was very hard to read but so worth it in the end. I honestly can’t wait to see what’s in store next for each one of these amazing characters!

Author Bio:

S.R. Grey is an Amazon Top 100 and Barnes & Noble #1 Bestselling author. She is the author of the popular Judge Me Not series, the new Promises series, the Inevitability duology, A Harbour Falls Mystery trilogy, and the Laid Bare series of novellas. Ms. Grey’s works have appeared on multiple Amazon Bestseller lists, including Top 100 multiple times, as well as Barnes & Noble #1 in Bestselling Nook books.

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Without opening my eyes, I lean into Flynn’s lingering touch. He tucks more wayward hair behind my ear, pieces that weren’t even stuck to my cheek. He just wants to touch me. “Is this all right?” he whispers.


I open my eyes, and he smiles at me. I smile back at him. He’s as excited by this development as I am. And, damn, it feels good. A million unsaid things are expressed as we gaze into each other’s eyes. Maybe not a million, but many, and all of them point to two things—I like Flynn, and he likes me. We are more than friends, more than pretend siblings.

Time freezes, and I revel in the magic of the moment. But alas, when he moves his fingers away from my face, the moment is lost.

“We should go in,” Flynn says, clearing his throat.

“Yeah, we should.”

In the house, neither of us mentions a word about what happened out on the porch. There’s no need for discussion; we both know this is huge. Flynn—a guy—touched me, and I didn’t have a meltdown.

Maybe there is hope for me, after all. Like real hope that I can have a normal relationship. I feel more like myself now than I have in a long time. So maybe this is the family I needed all along to help me reach this point.

And then there are my feelings for Flynn. Maybe Flynn is more than just the here and now. Maybe he’s my future.


“Today’s promises are nothing but tomorrow’s lies. Isn’t that what you once told me?”

“I didn’t mean for it to ever apply to us, Jaynie,” Flynn says.

“But, it could. We can’t predict the future.”
“Stop it,” he pleads.

I back off, whisper a gentle, “You’ll find me, then?”

“Yes, of course.”

“Say it again.”


Flynn scrubs his hands down his face, then tilts his head back to stare up at the starless night. His eyes are wet, glistening.

He is breaking right along with me.

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