Thursday, May 30, 2013

Super Book Blast & Giveaway for Legal Ease by Lori Ryan

Welcome to my stop on the Super Book Blast for Legal Ease by Lori Ryan.  Please leave a comment or question for Lori below to let her know you stopped by.  Lori will be awarding a $25 Amazon Gift Card to a randomly drawn commenter.  The more you comment, the better your odds of winning.  You can follow her tour here.  And don’t forget to check back this weekend for a review of her book.

Legal Ease: Sutton Capital Series, Book One
by Lori Ryan

Publisher:  Lori Ryan
Release Date: April 18, 2013

Buy Link:  Kindle  

Book Description:  

Jack Sutton needs a wife and he needs one now. Jack loved his mother, but she really screwed him over when she set up her will. If Jack doesn’t have a wife by the end of the week, he’ll lose control of the largest chunk of voting stock in his company and will most likely lose his position as CEO as a result.

And Jack’s Aunt Mabry is waiting in the wings to make sure that the terms of the will are enforced. If he doesn’t find a wife, she’ll seize control of the stock so she can install her own son at the helm and she couldn’t care less that her son doesn’t want the job or that he probably won’t be any good at it.

Enter Kelly Bradley, a twenty eight year old college graduate with a spot at Yale Law School but no way to pay for it. Kelly and Jack’s eavesdropping secretary have discovered Jack’s secret need for a wife and Kelly comes up with a plan to fix both of their problems.

Just when Jack needs her, Kelly breezes into his office, introduces herself to his Aunt and cousin, and hands Jack an offer. She will marry him for a year so that he can retain the stock that will keep him in control of Sutton Development if he’ll pay for her to go to law school. Jack has no idea where his beautiful savior came from or who she is but he’s willing to take a chance to save it all.
The deal may have kept Jack in control at Sutton Development but his private life quickly spirals out of control. Just when Jack realizes that he wants more than a year with Kelly, his wealth puts her in great danger and he is left scrambling to save her life and their future together.   



Kelly whipped through the house and up the stairs, calling out for Mrs. Poole as she ran. “Mrs. Poole, come quickly! We have to move. We have to move.” Kelly continued yelling as she ran into her room and grabbed drawers full of clothes and piled hangers with slacks and dresses on them.

Mrs. Poole came up the stairs with a puzzled look on her face. “What on earth are you hollering about, Kelly?” she said as she tried to enter the room. She had to jump out of the way as Kelly made a mad dash to Jack’s room.

“We have to move all of my stuff into Jack’s room,” Kelly said, out of breath from her packing and running. “Jack’s Aunt Mabry is on her way here and she’s staying with us for a couple of weeks,” Kelly blurted out as she ran back down the hall to gather more of her belongings.

“Oh Lord,” Mrs. Poole rolled her eyes and followed after Kelly. She quickly grabbed clothes and toiletries and rushed down the hall to Jack’s room. She and Kelly repeated the trip half a dozen more times as they transferred everything and set it into place. Mrs. Poole cleared out half of Jack’s dresser and closet and made room for Kelly’s things while Kelly folded and put her clothing away to make it appear as though the two had been living in holy matrimony since day one.

Kelly put away the last of her things and took a deep breath. She turned to survey the masculine-looking room. There was a dark mahogany dresser and matching armoire against the deep green walls. Large windows looked out on the same beautiful waterfront view that her guest room windows had shared. She stopped suddenly and held her breath when her eyes landed on the king-sized bed in the center. Until that moment, it hadn’t occurred to her that she and Jack would now have to share a bed. Kelly’s smile fell away as she realized that keeping her attraction hidden from Jack just became a lot more difficult.

AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Lori has had a number of careers before embarking on her newest adventure of writing novels. After graduating from the University of Connecticut School of Law, she practiced law for three years, working primarily in the areas of utilities law and intellectual property litigation.

More recently, Lori owned and operated a dog training business in Austin, Texas, where she specialized in aggression and became an expert in the field of dog bite analysis. Lori sold her dog training business in 2013 and is now a full time writer and mother of two.

Lori still lives in Austin with her husband -- who is endlessly supportive of her changing career paths -- and her two children, one cat, and three dogs.

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Don't forget to leave a comment or question for Lori below to let her know you stopped by.  Lori will be awarding a $25 Amazon Gift Card to a randomly drawn commenter.  The more you comment, the better your odds of winning.  You can follow her tour here.  And don’t forget to check back this weekend for a review of her book.


  1. Thank you for hosting!


  2. Thanks for the chance to win. I really enjoy these book blasts!
    kareninnc at gmail dot com

  3. Sounds like a great book. Different from the paranormal I usually read. Will have to add it to my tbr pile.

    Thanks for the giveaway,

    Elizabeth Gray

  4. Congrats to Lori on the new release! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Love the excerpt, thank you.


  6. Nice excerpt

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  7. A forced marriage of convenience that leads to love? It's been done a lot, but I still like it. It's tried and true!
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

  8. Congratulations on the publication of Legal Ease! It sounds like a fun book. Thanks for sharing the excerpt.

  9. Thank you all for coming by and for entering to win. Good luck to everyone!


  10. Yes Jack, I think your Mother did screw you over. So, now what do you do?


  11. Congrats onthe publication and thanks for sharing an excerpt.

    humhumbum AT yahoo DOT com

  12. This looks so great! Thanks for sharing with us! I adore that cover as well.
    Did the author have any say on the design of the book cover? Also, who in the author's life encouraged them to sit down and write their first book?
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    mestith at gmail dot com