Audiobook Blitz including Review & Giveaway – Out in the Field by Lane Hayes

    Title:  Out in the Field Series: Out in College #4 Author: Lane Hayes Narrator: Michael Pauley Publisher: Lane Hayes Release Date: July 11 Heat Level: 4 – Lots of Sex Pairing: Male/Male Length: 5 hrs and 31 mins Genre: Romance, New Adult, College, Coming Out, Baseball, New Adult,… Continue reading

Release Blitz including Excerpt, Review & Giveaway – Out in the Field by Lane Hayes

  Title:  Out in the Field Series: Out in College #4 Author: Lane Hayes Publisher: Lane Hayes Release Date: July 11 Heat Level: 4 – Lots of Sex Pairing: Male/Male Length: 51K Genre: Romance, New Adult, College, Coming Out, Baseball, New Adult, Humor, Opposites Add to Goodreads Purchase at Amazon… Continue reading

Audiobook Blitz including Excerpt, Review & Giveaway – Out in the Offense by Lane Hayes

Christian Rafferty is a talented quarterback with a big secret. He’s determined to make the most of his final season on the football field, and if possible, avoid any confrontations with his conservative parents about his future. It shouldn’t be difficult; he’s become adept at keeping his public and private lives separate. However, when a math class threatens to derail his plans to graduate on time, he realizes he may need outside help. Continue reading

Audio Release Blitz including Reviews & Giveaway – Out in the Deep & Out in the End Zone by Lane Hayes

Derek Vaughn is a little too serious. He’s a type A control personality with a penchant for order and a love of water polo. But he’s determined to enjoy his last year of college. The real world with a serious job and big expectations can wait for a few months. He’s going soak up every minute on campus with his friends and teammates before he moves on. The only possible kink in his plan is the new guy on the team… also known as his nemesis. Continue reading

Release Blitz including Excerpt, Review & Giveaway – Out in the Offense by Lane Hayes

Christian Rafferty is a talented quarterback with a big secret. He’s determined to make the most of his final season on the football field, and if possible, avoid any confrontations with his conservative parents about his future. It shouldn’t be difficult; he’s become adept at keeping his public and private lives separate. However, when a math class threatens to derail his plans to graduate on time, he realizes he may need outside help. Continue reading