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Wednesday 3 August 2016

☀ My Greek SEAL - Sabrina Devonshire

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for My Greek SEAL, a Hot Military Romance by (, Corazon del Oro Communications, LLC, 166 pages).

PREVIEW: Check out the book's synopsis and excerpt below.  Read the first four chapters with Amazon Look Inside.

My Greek SEAL is on sale for ONLY $1.99 / £1.52 until 19 August 2016, and it is FREE on Kindle Unlimited and Kindle Owner's Lending Library.

Author Sabrina Devonshire will be awarding a $20 Amazon/BN gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.   Please do take part: comment on our post and follow the tour where you will be able to read other excerpts (☀), and reviews (✍).

Synopsis | Teaser | About the Author | Giveaway & Tour Stops


After a sudden job lay off, Maya holes up in her apartment, drinking wine and eating ice cream until the day she’s slated to leave for Greece. Even though she’s lost enthusiasm for this Greek island swimming vacation, she’s paid for the trip so she boards the plane.

She figures her life can’t possibly get any worse. She’s unemployed and spent most of her savings hiring a lawyer to collect commissions her corrupt boss refused to pay. She stumbles down to the Lefkada Island dock the first morning jetlagged and grumpy. When she spots a Greek man with a drool-worthy body, her plan is to look casual. Instead, she trips and plunges straight into the water. It wouldn’t be so bad if she never had to see him again. But Eros, a former Hellenic Navy SEAL, is one of her swimming tour companions. He boards the boat, pokes fun at her American mannerisms and asks way too many irritating questions. And he’s so damn hot, he makes her feel confused and distracted all the time. To make matters worse, he’s assigned to be one of her swimming partners.

Maybe Maya could have ignored the simmering attraction between them if it weren’t for the earthquake, the tidal wave and being stranded alone with him on Kalamos Island.

Teaser: Excerpt

     Despite my high-maintenance tendencies, I’m an exercise addict. Back home in Arizona I leap out of bed at 4 AM to rush off for a pre-work swim. Yes, 4 AM is an ungodly hour, a time when any normal person should be curled up under the covers. But I’ve always been a bit of a freak anyway. Hey, exercise is my coffee. It wakes me up and energizes me.
      Getting the blood pumping hard and fast elicits my enthusiasm to unattended for a minute. My butt high in the air, the diaper kept me floating until my mom screamed, ran to the edge of the pool and grabbed my plastic-coated buttocks and hauled me out. Expecting a scream, she was startled when I burst out laughing. Apparently, falling in the pool was just a game to me, she said. Ever since, she’s regaled family and friends with this story.
      I feel a tug of sadness inside my chest thinking about mom and my dad and even my annoying little brother. I long for the comforting safety of my youth. Growing up I never appreciated the home cooked meals or having my own room with a comfortable bed to sleep in. Comfort and security have always been things I’ve taken for granted. Even in college, my dorm room was fairly comfortable. After I graduated and was hired by a Tucson company, my salary paid more than enough for a high-end apartment. I never imagined the necessities and comforts I expected to always have would be taken away in an instant.
      My boss terminated me without warning last week. I felt so depressed I could barely drag myself out of bed. I should have gone job-hunting instead of drinking myself unconscious and holding a non-stop pity party for myself. Or called my mom and asked her if I could move back home until I landed another job. But I hate the weather in Seattle. Cold and dreary days are the worst. A recipe for depression, actually. And it would be awful going back to my parents’ house, not for vacation, but because I can’t handle life on my own. So instead of job-hunting or calling my parents and asking for help, I’m here in Greece. How logical is that?

My Greek SEAL
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About the Author

Sabrina Devonshire, an avid swimmer most of her life, can usually be found near or immersed in a body of water. If she's not seeking an endorphin rush in a pool, lake or ocean, she's often encouraging people to work out or writing a romantic suspense or magazine article.

She received a John Woods Scholarship and an Arizona Commission of the Arts Professional Development Grant toward her participation in a 2007 Prague Summer Program writing workshop. She has a B.S. from Clemson University and an M.S. from the University of Arizona.

Sabrina loves traveling to off-the-beaten-path places where phones and electronic devices tend not to work well. Peru, Nicaragua and Belize are some of her favorites. Sabrina lives in southern Arizona with her husband, two children, and fluffy dog, Sugar.

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Follow My Greek SEAL's tour at:

August 1: The Reading Addict
August 2: jbiggarblog
August 3: Long and Short Reviews
August 4: Christine Young
August 5: Fabulous and Brunette
August 8: T's Stuff
August 9: The Avid Reader
August 9: Romance Writer and Lover of Books
August 10: Punya Reviews...
August 11: Romance Novel Giveaways
August 12: EskieMama Reads
August 15: Liz Gavin's Blog
August 16: The Silver Dagger Scriptorium
August 17: Louise Lyndon Romance Author Hear Me Roar
August 18: Queen of All She Reads
August 19: Ali - The Dragon Slayer
August 19: Kissing Bandits


Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

Sabrina Devonshire said...

Thank you for hosting me on your site! I look forward to talking to readers today.

Anonymous said...

How did the cover come about?

Victoria Alexander said...

Great teaser, I will definitely be checking this one out! :)

Sabrina Devonshire said...

Becky, on one of my image programs I did a search for Greek men and when I saw this image, I instantly snapped it up!

Sabrina Devonshire said...

Thank you, Victoria, for stopping in to read the excerpt. I hope you enjoy the book.

Sabrina Devonshire said...

Thank you again for hosting me! I really like how you laid out the post.

Unknown said...

Congrats on the tour and thanks for the chance to win :)