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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Release Blitz! Center Of Gravity By K.K. Allen



A FLIRTY, SEXY, AND HEARTFELT FORBIDDEN SPORTS ROMANCE SET IN THE WORLD OF PROFESSIONAL DANCE. (STANDALONE)

Lex
I came to L.A. with dreams bigger than me.
To learn from the best choreographers in the business and secure a professional dance gig working for Hollywood’s elite.
Everything was going according to plan—until I was literally shoved into the arms of the one man who could make or break my career.
Come to find out, it wasn’t my career I had to worry about.
It was my heart.

Theo
Everything about Alexandra “Lex” Quinn screamed amateur, save for the way she moved across the dance floor.
She was athleticism and grace, precision and passion, and she had a stage presence I couldn’t tear my eyes from.
I wanted her...on my team, in my bed.
There was only one problem...
I couldn’t have both.
I am going to be honest, for a while; there I wasn’t sure if I would finish Center Of Gravity. I am so glad I stuck it out because I ended up REALLY enjoying it a lot. I will say the addition of the music choreography links throughout the book not only grabbed my attention but also really had me picturing the moves that were happening in the book as well as had this book whore dancing in her seat.

I struggled with Lex’s character, her non-existent faith in herself, and sometimes it felt like she was one-dimensional. After a while though I warmed up to her and saw more of her personality and self-worth come out  When I was little I was in dance classes, and one of my regrets is that I quit. I loved dance, so I think once I was able to really see who Lex was I felt more understanding of her doubts and fears. I saw a little piece of me that I had forgotten existed. I really believe her relationship, even during the rough times; with Theo is what made her blossom.  Now Theo was a jerk more than once but I also saw his struggle with his love for dance and the role he now plays, he was losing the fun aspect of it. These two really balanced each other and helped heal some of those self-doubts.


Yes, there was of course some drama and some of it I wish wouldn’t have been as drawn out as it was but at the end of the day did add to the angst and emotional aspects to the story. While at first Center Of Gravity wasn’t a book I was sure about, it ended up being one that I really liked. I don’t know if the author has plans on doing books for some of the secondary characters, but if she does then I want to read them. 







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Author Bio

K.K. Allen is an award-winning author and Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences graduate from the University of Washington who writes heartfelt and inspirational Contemporary Romance stories about. "Capturing the Edge of Innocence." K.K. currently resides in central Florida, works full time as a Digital Producer for a leading online educational institution, and is the mother to a ridiculously handsome little dude who owns her heart.

K.K.'s publishing journey began in June 2014 with the YA Contemporary Fantasy trilogy, The Summer Solstice. In 2016, K.K. published her first Contemporary Romance, Up in the Treehouse, which went on to win the Romantic Times 2016 Reviewers' Choice Award for Best New Adult Book of the Year. With K.K.'s love for inspirational and coming of age stories involving heartfelt narratives and honest emotions, you can be assured to always be surprised by what K.K. releases next.


Stay tuned for more information about upcoming projects by connecting with K.K. in all the social media spaces.


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