BAD NEIGHBOR – An M. O’Keefe Sale


Today we are sharing the sale for BAD NEIGHBOR by M. O'Keefe! This is the first book in Bad Boy Romance series. BAD NEIGHBOR is currently .99 cents (for just a few days!) or you can read it for FREE on KindleUnlimited. Bad Neighbor by M. O'Keefe (Bad Boy Romance, #1) ON SALE FOR A... Continue Reading →

RUIN YOU – An M. O’Keefe Review


It's Simon's turn to pay his debt. And as any good suspense, Bates, the man who saved Simon and his friends from jail time, knows just the task to make him pay. Find the daughter of one of the city's darkest men. It's a plan Simon easily sees come to fruition. Simon has spent years... Continue Reading →

RUIN YOU – An M. O’Keefe New Release


Today we are sharing celebrating the release of RUIN YOU by Molly O'Keefe. This is the third contemporary romance title in The Debt series. Links for RUIN YOU, and the previous books in the series, are below. The first book in the series, Lost Without You, is FREE for a limited time! Ruin You by... Continue Reading →

WHERE I BELONG – An M. O’Keefe Review


It's time for Tommy and Beth's story to come to an end. Will the Debt be paid or will they have to run for their lives? With their pasts seemingly behind them Beth and Tommy finally allow themselves to feel  in a way they've only dreamed. Tommy's been stuck in a state of stasis after... Continue Reading →

BABY COME BACK – A M. O’Keefe Review


Molly O'Keefe: queen of all things dark, gritty, and dangerous. Baby Come Back (which, fun fact, I got to name!) follows in tandem with Bad Neighbor. We finally get to meet Abby, the in sister to Charlotte, who we know is on the run from bad boy Jack with quite the dilemma. Little do we... Continue Reading →

WAIT FOR IT – An M. O’Keefe Review


**ARC received from the author for an honest review** M. O'Keefe is seriously the best at writing down and dirty wrong but oh-so-right sexy novels! I did not like Tiffany when we first met her in Dylan and Annie's story. She seemed the wrong type of bitchy (not Joan's right kind). I could never be... Continue Reading →

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