Release day: Distractions
Today is the official release of Distractions by Tania Joyce (paperback and ebook, self-published). Here’s the blurb:
A steamy new adult college romance – where your heart overrules your head and delivers nothing but a constant distraction.
University student, Wiley Cayton’s world turns upside down when she meets college newcomer Cameron Wilks. With his irresistible good looks, he seems to be nothing but a party-boy and a constant distraction. But is there more to the hottest guy on campus?
Even when Wiley finds out about Cameron’s troubled past, she’s determined to keep her distance and her previously shattered heart protected. But with him studying the same degree and falling in with her group of friends, she’s drawn to him in unexplainable, illogical ways. How can one’s heart overrule one’s mind? Inevitably she falls for his charismatic charm and her insecurities take hold. Her life spirals out of control and she struggles to find balance between partying, sex and maintaining her scholarship grades.
With her future at risk, her family battle to keep her and Cameron apart, but that only weaves their relationship tighter together. When a college prank goes horribly wrong—threads snap, and just when she needs him most, Cameron disappears. Is their tumultuous romance meant to be or is it just a temporary distraction?
Tania dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:
Distractions is a new adult romance. The story came about after reflecting on my days spent at university and living on residential college. That time as a young adult we weren’t burdened with financial responsibilities, had to learn about life (the good and the bad) and pushed boundaries to breaking point. Love was intense and every emotion extreme; you made decisions that would influence your career, developed lasting friendships and maybe found true love. Set at Steele Rudd Residential College at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) in picturesque Toowoomba, Distractions is fiction. Bad boys, steamy sex and love is always pushed to the limits.