Cover Reveal: Nate (A Texas Jacks Novel) by J.B. Morgan

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Nate (A Texas Jacks Novel)
 Title: Nate (A Texas Jacks Novel)
Author: J.B. Morgan
Genre: New Adult/Contemporary Romance
Release Date: March 31, 2016
 
Nate

When Nathan Jackson’s world shattered, and fell out from under him, his two
best friends were there to help pick up the pieces. There’s nothing that
Nate wouldn’t do for them.
It’s been a few years since then, and
Nate’s life seems pretty content between his friends, work, and his
love of dirt bike racing. When Nate’s out on the track, he can let it
all go, be free, and finally feel at peace.

But when it comes to relationships, Nate’s not looking for anything long-term. He swears that
love isn’t worth the risk—until she walks through the doors of Texas
Jack’s.

Charlie

Charlotte Davenport knows that something has to give, or life will pass her by. It’s time to add a little excitement to her routine. Charlie isn’t expecting much, but
with her friends at her side, she feels ready to break out of her shell.
But something’s missing.

When she, and her friends, head out to
Texas Jack’s for a night of fun, Charlie meets him — Nathan Jackson. He
just might be the man to help Charlie overcome her shyness, and shake up
her world.

But first, Nate must be willing to let his guard down
and take a chance on Charlie. A
nd if that happens, can Charlie open
herself up enough to let him in?

 
J.B. Morgan resides in Oregon where she’s a wife and a stay-at-home-mother of two. When she’s not writing she can be found carting her kids everywhere, busy with volunteer work, or reading. She loves the NY Yankees, traveling, and her family.

When she was younger, she would make up hero-rescuing stories in her head, revolving around boys she had crushes on at school. She’s in love with the idea of love. 

About her stories: I love full length stories with a resolution at the end so -no short novellas or serials for me. I love my stories to have: humor, swoony romance, strong and sensible heroines, good-decent guys, realism, and happily ever afters. After all, don’t we read to escape reality? So why not read what makes you feel good on the inside and puts a smile on your face? This is what I strive to put in my novels
 
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