August 10, 2017

The Love Square by Jessica Calla #CoverReveal #Giveaway

The Love Square
Jessica Calla
Published by: Limitless Publishing
Publication date: January 12th 2016
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
On the west coast…
…Nebraskan Clare Davis hates her new life managing a bookstore in LA—until she meets up-and-coming movie star Dylan Barnes. Dylan’s always been a city guy, but can’t resist Clare’s midwestern charm as he shows her the wonders of California.

On the east coast…
…Alex Popovich loves being a carefree bachelor and a minor league ballplayer in his hometown Brooklyn. But things get complicated when gorgeous ballroom dancer-slash-office worker Jenna Stecco asks him to take that leap with her from best friend to something more, and he bunts and lets her go.
When Jenna and Dylan stir up the dynamic with a night of passion, the four friends must decide whether to accept the new normal, or fight their way out of the wrong corners of their love square and journey to their happily ever afters.
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Author Bio:
Jessica Calla is a contemporary romance and women's fiction author who moonlights during the day as an attorney. If she's not writing, lawyering, or parenting, you'll most likely find her at the movies, scrolling through her Twitter feed, or gulping down various forms of caffeine (sometimes all three at once).
Jessica is a member of Romance Writers of America and the Women's Fiction Writers Association. She organizes the unpublished writers' contest for the New Jersey Romance Writers (New Jersey's chapter of the RWA), and volunteers at BookFish Books behind the scenes. A Jersey girl through and through, she resides in the central part of the state with her husband, two sons, and dog.



  1. This sounds like a story I would really enjoy reading.

  2. Sounds like a fun read. Thank you for the giveaway.

  3. I use amazon ALL the time, specifically "subscribe & save"! I basically never remember to pick up wiper blades until its too late and Im driving down the highway squinting through some smudged up glass. So, I have a pair delivered every six months so that I actually have them on hand for seasonal rainy days.,

  4. A nice change of pace. This one seems to be a little less smutty.

  5. Looks like an interesting book.
    Thanks for the contest. 
    slehan at juno dot com