Cheyenne Blue’s Code of Conduct is the perfect summer read. Set in the world of professional tennis, filled with memorable side characters and gorgeous settings that come to life as you read, this novel is just right for lazy hot afternoons with a tall glass of your favorite beverage. Filled with enough angst and plot twists to keep you interested, Code of Conduct is well-written, with strongly believable character arcs, and excellent pacing. The chemistry between Viva and Gabriela, two strong and determined women is heady, and they are the type of the main characters that will stick with you long after you finish reading the novel. The intimate moments between Viva and Gabriela are sensual and lush. Cheyenne Blue has provided us with courtside seats to watch the intense drama between Viva and Gabriela play out. If you are a tennis fan this book is a must-read, if you are not a tennis fan, you will be after you read this book. Game, Set, Match, Cheyenne Blue, a definite winner with this book.
Cheyenne Blue has been hanging around the lesbian erotica world since 1999 writing short lesbian erotica which has appeared in over 90 anthologies. Her stories got longer and longer and more and more romantic, so she went with the flow and switched to writing romance novels. You’ll find her books published by Ladylit and Ylva Publishing—the latest being a tennis romance Code of Conduct. She loves writing big hearted romance, often set in rural Australia because that’s where she lives. She has a small house on a hill with a big deck and bigger view—perfect for morning coffee, evening wine, and anytime writing. Check her out at www.cheyenneblue.comon Facebook, Twitteror Instagram.
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Brenda Murphy writes short fiction and novels. She loves tattoos and sideshows and yes, those are her monkeys. When she is not loitering at her local tea shop and writing, she wrangles two kids, one dog, and an unrepentant parrot. She reviews books, blogs about life as a writer with ADHD and publishes photographs on her blog Writing While Distracted. You can find her on Facebook by clicking here.