*Book Blitz* Wild Thoughts (Brooks Family #3) by Delaney Diamond

Posted 13 September, 2018 by DLWhite in Book Releases 1 Comment

by Delaney Diamond
Genres: African American Romance, Contemporary, Women's Fiction
Format: eBook, Paperback

*Book Blitz* From author Delaney Diamond – Wild Thoughts (Brooks Family #3)


Meet the Author

Delaney Diamond is the USA Today Bestselling Author of sweet, sensual, passionate romance novels, born and raised in the U.S. Virgin Islands. She reads romance novels, mysteries, thrillers, and a fair amount of nonfiction. When she’s not busy reading or writing, she’s in the kitchen trying out new recipes, dining at one of her favorite restaurants, or traveling to an interesting locale. To get sneak peeks, notices of sale prices, and find out about new releases, visit her website and join her mailing list. Enjoy free reads and the first chapter of all her novels at www.delaneydiamond.com.

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Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Delaney-Diamond/e/B004HU9G3G 

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