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Distracting Ace

International Hero Book 1

by Caroline Bell Foster

Distracting Ace

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: June 29, 2016

Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions

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book blurb

A kiss. A promise. A mistake.

Hollywood stuntman Ace had life changing decisions to make and time was running out. Bleakly, he saw a future of always being different, that was, until he met British beauty Nina Mae. Her enthusiasm for life was addictive.

Rich, party girl, Nina Mae was in love. But a demand to come home early and a simple mistake, changed the course of both their lives.

Would she ever get back to America? Or were they destined to be two people who met and enjoyed one unbelievable weekend, tied by the repercussions of those hours. Or was she simply his distraction?


Ace watched her all night, his jaw was aching from all the clenching he’d been doing and he’d wanted to smash his cousin’s face in when he’d gone over and talked to her, when he’d specifically told him not to.

Now, his brother and cousins had gone on to another bar, reluctantly leaving Ace behind when he told them he ‘didn’t need a babysitter’.

All night he’d been remembering the man he used to be. He held the record for getting laid the fastest out of all his cousins, he reflected without humour, remembering the night he’d talked up a woman and was deep inside her up against a wall, in eighteen minutes flat. His cousins had timed him, he remembered. Now he was sitting here, stalking a woman who didn’t know he was here.

Ace didn’t even know why he was torturing himself like this. It wasn’t as though he was going to walk over and talk to her or take her to bed. He rubbed his leg as he continued to watch her dance. God she had moves, he appreciated. He decided he’d get pissed, then go home.

She turned suddenly and looked straight at him.

Shit! Don’t do it, don’t do it. Don’t. F’ing. Do it, Ace thought in a panic. She did it anyway. She walked over to him and he, dumb shit that he was, had nowhere to go.

meet the author

Winner of the prestigious Diva Author of the Year, Caroline Bell Foster was born in Derby, England and with her family went on a six week holiday to Jamaica. She stayed for 18 years!

Ever the adventurer, Caroline bought her first pair of high heels in Toronto and traded her pink sunglasses for a bus ride in the Rift Valley at 18.

The multi-award winning author has come full circle and lives just twelve miles from where she was born in Nottingham England, with her college sweetheart David, their two children and head of the household Naomi the cat.

For Caroline, writing isn’t just about ensuring her readers enjoy a story, it’s about sharing a culture, even if it isn’t her own. With themes of substance, Caroline’s latest novels’ defy convention and celebrate modern day Britain with several titles set primarily in The East Midlands, where she shares her love for the three main cities and the surrounding ‘shires’ with her readers.

Caroline is also the author of the Amazon Bestselling Call Centre Series, Call Me Royal and Call Me Lucky, where she pays tribute to all those who work the night shift in call centres as she has done.

If you would like to keep up to date with Caroline’s new releases, please sign up to her twice yearly Newsletter.

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Valentine Pets & Kisses Release Tour @MoBPromos

Valentine Pets & Kisses
Fourteen All-New, Sweet Valentine Romances
Make your Valentine’s Day tail-wagging and purr-fect with 14 brand-new romances from award-winning and bestselling authors.
A fashion designer and her basset hound puppy convince a burned ex-firefighter that beauty is never skin deep and neither is love.
The Crazy Girl’s HandbookDelSheree Gladden 
Watching her nephews was supposed to be fun and a relaxing weekend for Greenly, not a never-ending disaster all witnessed by the best blind date she ever stood up.
The Vet’s Valentine GiftJ.L. Campbell
A veterinarian is caught between his job, an ex, a menagerie and love. Can a little Cupid fix things by Valentine’s Day?
Years of faithful dog-sitting pays sweet dividends when a struggling sports writer scores tickets to the Super Bowl and encounters her favorite football player.
InflamedJade Kerrion 
A firefighter running from his past convinces a hard-luck single mother to believe in happy endings.

Remember WhenHope Welsh
A couple headed for divorce discovers common ground for joint custody of their Akita.
Your Biggest Fan?Sydney Aaliyah Michelle
Snowed in with the man of her dreams, a football fan and her dog find love.
The Feline FixCaroline Bell Foster
A scientist questions her cat’s loyalty when it comes to love and a hunky policeman.
Trembling HeartsSuzette Riddick 
A daring young woman crashes into the life of a disfigured recluse and his pooch. Can love be far behind?

Valentino, Be MineTina D.C. Hayes
Sparks fly when two people who can’t stand each other wind up dog-sitting a rambunctious little Yorkie that needs a new home.
Stuck with her ex’s puppy, a young teacher meets a new man after a series of unfortunate events.
A small town girl survives San Francisco after she hits a cat and falls for a handsome veterinarian.
19 Ivy LaneAubrey Wynne
A mysterious woman and her cat befriend a postman and set tongues wagging on Ivy Lane. But when he delivers a long-awaited letter, will his heart be “returned to sender?”

Three Plus ThreeCindy Flores Martinez
A grieving widow and her beloved doggie meet a handsome widower the day before Valentine’s Day.
Rachelle Ayala From romantic suspense to sweet contemporaries, I write from my heart and love to include children and pets in my stories.

DelSheree Gladden is a USA Today bestselling young adult and romance author, whose writing includes everything from dystopian and Native American mythology to sweet and funny romances.
J.L. Campbell is an award-winning author who writes sweet romance, romantic suspense, women’s fiction, new and young adult novels.
K.L. Brady is a multi-award-winning author of sweet and sexy romantic comedies, young adult romance, and a spy thriller series based on her career in U.S. intelligence.

Jade Kerrion writes frequently award-winning, occasionally best-selling science fiction, fantasy, and contemporary romance novels.
Hope Welsh writes romance fiction. Her first love is paranormal. She’s been writing since she was in third grade and has never looked back.

Sydney Aaliyah MIchelle is a contemporary romance writer, a voracious reader and movie fanatic who hails from Texas.
Caroline Bell Foster writes contemporary women’s fiction with themes of substance that defy convention.
Suzette Riddick is a wife, mother and nurse practitioner who enjoys writing romance novels with a touch of reality.
Tina D.C. Hayes writes romantic suspense and cozy mysteries while her pampered pooches and parrots stand guard against writer’s block.
Jeanne Bannon is an international best-selling author of paranormal and romance fiction with twenty-five years of experience in the publishing industry.
Susan Oloier is a mother and educator who writes memoir, as well as adult and young adult contemporary fiction.
Aubrey Wynne is an elementary teacher by trade, champion of children and animals by conscience, and author by night.
Cindy Flores Martinez writes sweet romantic comedy and inspirational romance in both English and Spanish.

The Cat Café Pre-Order Blitz

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The Cat Café

by Caroline Bell Foster

Genre: Romance/Interracial
Release Date: April 2, 2015
Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions

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Trinity Peters has three great loves in her life; books, cake, and mostly cats – her CAT CAFÉ in Nottingham allows her to indulge in all three. Amiable, attractive and ambitious, she knows what she wants in life and sets about making it happen. Everything is going nicely for her until a handsome city slicker, with the suits to match, enters her café by mistake one evening. Nothing would ever be the same for her again.

Blake Lawrence is the well heeled city boy who loves to play big city games. He wouldn’t normally venture too far from the bright lights of London, but business interests direct him to the East Midlands. He meets, and is captivated by, the sexy, mad cat woman Trinity Peters.


As much as Blake liked seeing his friend Becca, being at her house, her stomach swollen with baby number two, whilst baby number one was still in nappies was not his idea of dinner party bliss. He’d escaped as soon as he could, not missing the look of mischief on his dear friend’s face.

He and Becca went way back, she was the only female friend he hadn’t slept with. They’d been at boarding school together in France, or was it Italy? He couldn’t remember, but they’d been friends. He was Godfather to baby number one, Dominick and he did all his Godfatherly duties like be there at the Christening, buying bonds in the little boys name and generally asking how he was once a month. Yes he was a good Godfather.

Too early to go home, well to the flat he used whilst in Nottingham, Blake decided to walk around. It was barely nine o’clock, all the shoppers had gone as Nottingham still operated by the antiquated five o’clock shop closure system that was a pain for busy people like his PA when he needed him to get him something. He always grumbled about the early closing times.

People were heading out to restaurants, no doubt filling up before dancing off the excess of calories he thought, as he walked through Hockley. He could see his building in the distance and knew he only needed to walk for another fifteen minutes and he’d be there.

A group of women dressed in a haze of fluorescent pink and white surged out of a pub and surrounded him like a swarm of angry bees.

“Oi, here’s a nice one,” one of them said.

Smiling tightly Blake tried to extricate himself, but two looped their arms through his stopping him.

“She’s getting married next week,” one with spiky black hair explained. “See?” She pointed to a blonde wearing a pink tutu and white sash and a gleaming plastic crown.

“Congratulations.” Blake murmured, trying to hustle the women along up the narrow lane.

“Would you like to come for a drink? Her last hurrah and all that?” another one asked hopefully, batting her overly long false eyelashes at him.

“No thanks.”

“Aww please,” spiky black-haired woman pouted up at him. “You’re a nice looking bloke, tall and handsome. What colour are your eyes?” she moved in closer to look into his eyes. “Blue or green?”

Blake gritted his teeth. What was it with these northerners and harassment? Sexual harassment worked both ways.

Peeling himself away as firmly as he could he quickly walked around them and into the nearest shop. Then stopped.

He couldn’t believe what he was seeing.

There were cats everywhere. He blinked just to see if the curry he’d had for dinner wasn’t playing with his brain cells.

Yes, there were cats of all different sizes all different colours on the other side of the glass wall.

He turned to go, but a girl with a red rose in her hair caught and held his attention.

She’d changed. It was criminal to hide what she’d been hiding in that boxy suit she’d worn earlier at the bank.

Now, as she was bent over a cat, he could see her cute derrière and slender legs in a pair of blue faded jeans. The fabric was worn and faded where it cupped her bottom.

The door opened behind him.

“Go on in please mate, before that hen party change their minds and find me.” A man, not much younger than Blake said taking off his shoes.

“Take your shoes off or Trinity will eat you alive,” the man advised. “You don’t bring outside dirt near the cats.”

“What is this place?” Blake asked, puzzled.

The man grinned.

“The Cat Café, I come here every chance I get,” the man explained. “My girlfriend is allergic to cats but I like to come here and chill out and watch some football if I can wrangle the remote off Trinity.”

“Cat café?”

“Yes mate,” the man stuck his hand out. “I’m Travis,”


They shook hands.

“Take your shoes off and stick ’em in there,” Travis advised, pointing to a row of wooden lockers with keys, watching as Blake followed his instruction with obvious reluctance. “Use this.”

After placing his shoes in the locker he palmed the key the young man gave him, then following his example Blake put on a pair of disposable socks. Travis then pumped hand sanitiser on his hands and indicated for Blake to follow his example

“Are you ready?” Travis asked, practically bursting with excitement.

“What for exactly?”

Travis grinned, wriggling his pale eyebrow. “To fall in love of course.” He pushed open the glass door.

Blake looked at the girl with the red rose in her hair and perfect golden brown skin, he exhaled and went in.

Meet the Author

Author Image - Caroline Bell Foster

Caroline Bell Foster was born in Derby, England and with her family went on a six week holiday to Jamaica. She stayed for 18 years!

Ever the adventurer, Caroline bought her first pair of high heels in Toronto and traded her pink sunglasses for a bus ride in the Rift Valley at 18. She wrote her first short story on that bus and had it published the following year in a local newspaper.

With themes of substance, Caroline’s latest novels’ defy convention and celebrate modern day Britain.

Other Novels’ – Ladies’ Jamaican, Caribbean Whisper’s, Saffron’s Choice, Call Me Royal and Call Me Lucky (The Call Centre Series)

The Call Centre Series is written as a tribute to all those who work the night shift in a call centre, as she has done. The first novel, Call Me Royal, became an Amazon best seller.

The author now lives in Nottingham, England with her husband and two children. Social Media


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