Monday, January 29, 2018

Rebecca Zanetti’s BLAZE ERUPTING – Review & Excerpt Tour


We are absolutely thrilled to bring you the Review & Excerpt Tour for BLAZE ERUPTING by Rebecca Zanetti, a crossover novella in her Scorpius Syndrome and Brigade Series brought to you by 1001 Dark Nights! Grab your copy of this sexy  novella today!

About BLAZE ERUPTING:

From New York Times bestselling author, Rebecca Zanetti, comes a new Scorpius Syndrome/A Brigade Novella


Hugh Johnson is nobody’s hero, and the idea of being in the limelight makes him want to growl.  He takes care of his brothers, does his job, and enjoys a mellow evening hanging with his hound dog and watching the sports channel.  So when sweet and sexy Ellie Smithers from his college chemistry class asks him to save millions of people from a nuclear meltdown, he doggedly steps forward while telling himself that the world hasn’t changed and he can go back to his relaxing life.  One look at Ellie and excitement doesn’t seem so bad.


Eleanor Smithers knows that the Scorpius bacteria has and will change life as we know it, but that’s a concern for another day.  She’s been hand-picked as the computer guru for The Brigade, which is the USA’s first line of defense against all things Scorpius, including homegrown terrorists who’ve just been waiting for a chance to strike.  Their target is a nuclear power plant in the east, and the only person who can help her is Hugh, the sexy, laconic, dangerous man she had a crush on so long ago.

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Reese's Review:
Rebecca Zanetti has done it again. She really needs to take a break because I and my fan cannot handle any more awesomeness for a while.

Ellie sent herself to recruit Hugh to help with an elite team set to take down terrorists who have been emerging since the Scorpius virus made its way onto the scene. Ellie and Hugh have always liked each other and now after 10 years apart they finally get to be together, unless the world ends and stuff.

Blaze Erupting is such a perfect title. I sometimes read a book and think, that was not a great title for that, but this title totally works. It fits with the story on so many different levels. The relationship with Ellie and Hugh and some actual, you know, erupting of stuff. Awesome.

I liked Ellie and Hugh and I loved getting a look at what was happening before the Scorpius virus was crazy big and hadn't swept everywhere yet. I hope we can get more looks at the Brigade at some point in the future. This book really had me wanting to re-read the whole series again. Very enjoyable and nicely paced. Likeable characters with a very interesting and unique plot.

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Aches and pains—the yummy kind—ran through Ellie’s body as she exited the motel bathroom in the morning and stopped short at seeing what was left of the bed. The covers were all on the floor, and even the mattress looked cockeyed.
What a marathon of an evening.
She swallowed. Hugh had gone with Connor to brief the new security team, leaving her lounging in bed after a truly phenomenal night.
The rumors, although awesome, hadn’t given Hugh enough credit. He was amazing in bed.
Or maybe her big crush on him helped.
She pushed wet hair off her shoulder and smoothed down her faded jeans. The air had turned cold enough she was comfortable in her light blue sweater. Her phone dinged, and she tore her gaze away from the demolished bed. “Smithers,” she answered.
“You alone?” Deke asked without preamble.
“Yes.” Striding quickly, she reached her laptop next to the computer and flipped it open, easing back to perch at the end of the bed. “What’s up?”
Deke cleared his throat. “The intel came in on Hugh. He’s not one of the good guys, Eleanor.”
She snorted and inhaled the scent still left in the room from Hugh. Masculine and tough. “He’s beyond good.” In more ways than one, actually. “You’re being silly.” Was Deke being overprotective? How loud had they been last night? Had Connor somehow heard something from the next room? She bit her lip. Had she screamed at one point? Geez. “Give me a break, Deke.”
“I’m sending you the intel. Call me after you’ve read it.” He clicked off.
Well. She huffed and rolled her eyes, quickly opening an attachment from him. Documents, dossiers, and FBI investigational files quickly filled her screen.
She read them, her stomach beginning to hurt. “This isn’t right.”
A knock on the door nearly stopped her heart. “Who is it?”
“Connor.”
She stood and quickly unlocked the door for him, moving back to her computer instantly.
He slipped inside and leaned back against the door, his dark eyes somber. “I finished at the plant and left Hugh to continue briefing the new security details. Told him I’d be back after grabbing more coffee. Did you read the information from Deke?”
“Not all of it. I’m about halfway through.” She didn’t believe this. Not at all.
Connor rubbed a hand across his eyes. “Let me fill you in. Hugh’s family had financial troubles with what had been very successful tire stores, and Gregor bailed out his brothers. That put Hugh in a world of hurt.”
If there was a way to get to Hugh, it’d be through family. She shook her head anyway. “I don’t believe this.”
“Believe it,” Connor said grimly. “Hugh had no choice but to work with Gregor. Fed the guy information on nuclear plants, vulnerabilities, and hot targets. There was a hell of a lot more than just one picture of them together. He really was being investigated by the FBI.” His lips pressed into a thin white line as he took in the status of the bed. “Shit, Ellie. You didn’t.”





Rebecca Zanetti’s BLAZE ERUPTING – Review & Excerpt Tour Schedule:

January 24th

Edgy Reviews – Review


Marie's Tempting Reads – Review & Excerpt


January 25th

Bookaliciousbabes blog – Review & Excerpt


The Books You Read – Excerpt

January 26th


KDRBCK – Review

Kick Back & Review – Review & Excerpt

Tome Tender – Review & Excerpt

January 27th

Bookgasms Book Blog – Review & Excerpt

Hannah's Words – Review & Excerpt

The Reading Cafe – Review & Excerpt

January 28th


Jeri's Book Attic – Review

Loves Great Reads Blog – Review & Excerpt

The Escapist Book Blog – Review & Excerpt

January 29th


Literary Misfit – Review & Excerpt

Reese's Reviews – Review & Excerpt

January 30th

Canadian Book Addict – Review & Excerpt

Loves Great Reads Blog – Review & Excerpt


Read-Love-Blog – Excerpt

January 31st


Only One More Page – Review & Excerpt

The Book Addict's Reviews – Review & Excerpt

February 1st

Curvy and Nerdy – Review & Excerpt

Feel the Book – Excerpt

Pardon My Blurb – Review & Excerpt

Under the Covers – Review & Excerpt

February 2nd

Evermore Books – Review & Excerpt

G & T's Indie Café – Excerpt

Sofia Loves Books – Review & Excerpt







About Rebecca Zanetti:
New York Times and USA Today Bestseller Rebecca Zanetti is the author of over twenty-five dark paranormals, romantic suspense, and contemporary romances. She lives in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest with her own Alpha hero, two kids, a couple of dogs, a crazy cat…and a huge extended family. She believes strongly in luck, karma, and working her butt off…and she thinks one of the best things about being an author, unlike the lawyer she used to be, is that she can let the crazy out.

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