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Monday 12 November 2018

☀ Flawed: The Young and Privileged of Washington, DC [1] - Vivian Kohlman

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for Flawed, a Contemporary Romance by (7 August 2015, Vivian Kohlman, 352 pages).

This is the first book in the The Young and Privileged of Washington, DC series - find details of each novel below.

Don't miss our interview with author Vivian Kohlman.

PREVIEW: Check out the book's synopsis and the Kindle Cloud Reader Preview below.

Flawed and The Young and Privileged of Washington, DC series is FREE on Kindle Unlimited and Kindle Owner's Lending Library.

Author Vivian Kohlman will be awarding a $25 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 (☀), interviews (ℚ), reviews (✍) and guest blog posts (✉).

|| Synopsis || Teaser: KCR Preview || The Series || Author Q&A || About the Author || Giveaway & Tour Stops ||


What a ride.

That guy—the one that most girls would run away from—captured Kara’s attention and wouldn’t let it go. As expected, he turned out to be a player. So she cut him off.

But he wasn’t done with her yet. He waited until the memory of their start would have been forgotten—at least, softened a bit. Then he returned to her life, and captured her heart.

Finally blissfully happy, they fall in love and decide to make it official…until his past catches up with him and he destroys her again. But this is it…this is the last time she’ll fall for him.

And she keeps telling herself that until she almost believes it.

Note: although this bookis not erotica, but its does include some steamy scenes, and contains adult situations (curse words, drinking alcohol, etc).

Teaser: KCR Preview

Kara falls for that guy—the one other girls avoid, the one whose stare penetrates her soul. She falls for him; he breaks her heart... lather, rinse, repeat. Eventually she's given no other option but to cut him off for good.

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The Series: The Young and Privileged of Washington, DC

The Young and Privileged of Washington, DC series are romance novels written with the backdrop of the nation's capital. Live the lives, vicariously, of the upper class kids of Washington, DC. There are no politics involved; just the love and friendship challenges shared by all of us. They make mistakes, find happiness, and are broken-hearted at times…but one thing never changes: they are privileged and will always end up OK.

Each of the novels are full-length romance stories and can be read alone, though some stories span over more than one novel. The overall theme of each novel is the privileged life, often full of debauchery, scandal, and--sometimes--sex. None of the books are erotica, but some, like books 4 and 5, are a bit steamy in parts. They all include drinking and cursing, and lots of partying...and love and friendship. These kids and young adults provide stories to get lost in.

The books are for a mature audience, and may not be enjoyed by all; try one out and see if you like it!

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All novels in the series are FREE on Kindle Unlimited and Kindle Owner's Lending Library.

Click on the book cover to Look Inside the book on Amazon and read an excerpt.

Found [2]

Riding the wave is fun, until it crashes down around you and you find you can’t swim.

Kara’s getting on with her life after her fiancé dumped her for another girl. Luckily, she has come across a good guy—attractive, nice, settled…the kind of guy that most girls want.

So she goes with the flow and lets herself fall for him—as much as she can with that pesky love for her fiancé stuck in the bottom of her heart. She’s happy…before the wave crashes.

Drenched in devastation and despair, Kara’s an easy target for her first love—and he uses her situation to his advantage. A year later, she’s his again.

But she learns just how dirty he played, and isn’t sure she can live with it.

[Published 14 November 2015, 318 pages]

Let Go [3]

Like a moth to a flame…

Lexo is scorching hot…gorgeous and cocky. She knows the type and instantly writes him off. But she can’t ignore him…she’s drawn to this god of a man.

Billi makes the one mistake girls try to avoid: she hopes he’ll change for her. She lets herself fall for him and ignores the signs that are all around her.

He calms down for a while, but just can’t stay that way…he’s too restless, and sure that he’s got Billi in his pocket. He can tell himself that he can keep it under control, surely.

And he’s right, for a while. Billi just can’t leave him, and he just can’t let her go. Even when things heat up…even when she knows.

It takes a moment too close to the sun to make Billi feel her wings get burned. But once singed, she walks away.

[Published 8 June 2016, 243 pages]

Girls Like Me [4]

Silly little Ava…she just can’t seem to get it right.

Preston’s the perfect boyfriend, until he’s not. Miko’s a nice replacement and is, surely, the one for Ava. He’s hot—like Nordic god hot—a student at MIT, and her childhood sweetheart.

So why is she so inexplicably attracted to King…the bad boy? His stare burns through her; his presence captivates her.

She fights her feelings, trying to rationalize her life away…until one night changes everything. In the middle of a dance floor, she finds her hands all over his muscular body, her hair in his fist as he pulls her head back to ravish her neck…and she can’t push him away anymore.

[Published 30 October 2017, 354 pages]

Guys Like You [5]

Ava’s got King wrapped around her little finger—or so she’d like to think. A challenging vacation makes her see things differently. She wonders if King is actually out of her league; if he’s finally realized the four years between them are four too many.

Ava struggles with her insecurities…and the challenges of loving a guy like King—wealthy, independent, masculine, and…different. Luckily, she has Miko, her ex, who never lets her down…and isn’t afraid of King’s wrath. Dating Miko was so calm and secure—a striking difference to her current situation. It’s just too bad she can’t dissolve her love for King and return to Miko…and it’s too bad Miko doesn’t take the hint.

[Published 29 June 2018, 221 pages]

About the Author

Vivian Kohlman writes romance novels based on stories of love and loss under the backdrop of Washington, DC. She grew up in Maryland just outside DC, but lived in Los Angeles on and off in her 20's before returning to the Washington, DC area to live out her adult life.

Vivian attended a private university in Washington, DC for undergraduate and graduate school, and lived a very active social life. During her teens and twenties she and her friends lived through a lot of ups and downs—these experiences have fed the stories of this series.

Currently, she loves to travel with her husband and reads or writes romance novels as often as she can. When she’s not writing, she works a fulltime job and enjoys all of the bars, restaurants, and other hot spots of the nation’s capital. Born and raised in the DC metro area, she adores the culture of the city and is passionate about highlighting the city's attributes, lifestyles, and norms—not including politics.

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