RELEASE BLITZ – Mady by J.Haney & S.I. Hayes

Title: Mady
Series: Working Class Beauties #2
Authors: J. Haney & S.I. Hayes
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: August 25, 2020


Blurb

You can’t be bored pulling turns at 160 mph.
For members of the NYC elite, your name is your ticket to success but
I’ve got other ideas.
My name is Madyson (Mady) Harrington I’m the firstborn of three,
triplets that is. My brothers get it all, but I have to dance for my supper. I
must earn every bit of freedom with sacrifice. Friends, relationships, they all
suffer in the name of appearances. My days are filled with routine, but the
nights?
That is another story. A flash of chrome, colorful characters and no
one knows my real name.
Almost, no one.
Remington Vanderbilt is the bastard son. He is also one of my BFF’s
brothers. All reasons to be off-limits. But you know what they say. We want
what we can’t have.
Can I be brave? Can a rough around the edges man give me the challenge
I crave and break the monotony of my world? As secrets start spilling into my
life only time will tell.
One thing’s for certain, it’s gonna be a wild ride.

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Excerpt
Mady
Mady (Working Class Beauties, Book 2) Copyright ©
2020 J. Haney & S.I. Hayes
With my parents
in bed, I’m out the door and hailing a taxi to Riverside. I’ve got a storage
building there with a car, and well, I guess you could say a different
personality. One, I don’t get to show when my parents are around. I could have
walked the three blocks to the Metro, but I didn’t want to risk being seen. The
last thing I need is for some chauffeur or maid out for a smoke spotting the
Harrington Girl walking the streets at one a.m. I pay the cab, and into the
storage building, I go to. Time to change clothes, but first things first, I
need to get rid of the wig. Yes, what everyone thinks is my natural hair color
is a wig. My hair is now a mix of blue and purple.  It goes with my plum crazy purple Plymouth Hemi
Barracuda. I change from my very pink and ruffled girly clothes that my mother
tells me to wear, to a pair of cheeky black panties under a white bell-bottomed
lace pant. I put on a tank with no back, but the front covers my breasts
completely. Not like I have a lot to begin with.
After getting
dressed and taking care of my makeup, I jump in my Cuda and head over to Queens
to see if I can pick up a race. With all the stress of choreographing this
dance, I need a break. One of my outlets happens to be street racing, where
nobody knows me as Madyson Harrington. To the racing crowd, I’m the Purple
Breeze. They started to name me the Cuda Catcher, which of course, they were
thinking Coochie Catcher. Before they figured out, I was a chick. Not that I’m
picky, I like women just as much as I do men. I’ve made out with both, but it’s
never gone any further than that. Just as my brother’s tease, I’m very much
still a virgin. I refuse to hand off my virginity to just anyone. I sure as
hell won’t be giving it to anyone of my mother’s choosing, and even though
Mayson jokes, they’d flip their shit if I were having sex.
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Author Bio
J. Haney
was born and raised in Kentucky, currently residing in Greenup County,
Kentucky, with her family, where she is the proud momma to Jessalyn Kristine.
J. Haney’s work tends to lean toward real life, drawing her readers into a
world they can get lost inside.
S.I. Hayes
was born and bred in New England and is currently living in Ohio. Running
around Connecticut, she used all of her family and friends as inspiration for
her many novels. When not writing, she can be found drawing one of many
fabulous book covers or teasers.
Since
meeting in 2016, the pair have embarked on the journey of a thousand tales.
Keep your eyes open, and a fresh pair of panties close by. You know, just in
case.

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