Wednesday 10 January 2018

Blog Tour Excerpt & Giveaway - Unconditionally (Contract Killers #2) by Erin Lyon

(Contract Killers #2)
Author: Erin Lyon
Paperback: 336 pages
Publisher: Forge Books (January 9, 2018)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0765386127
ISBN-13: 978-0765386120

Book Description:
In a world where marriage doesn’t exist—only seven-year contracts—you don’t marry, you sign. You don’t divorce, you breach. And sometimes, you just expire.

In this hilarious conclusion to Erin Lyon's I Love You Subject to the Following Terms and Conditions, Kate has accepted a job practicing signing law, the one type of law she swore she'd never do - especially since what she thought was her very own happily ever after turned into just another expired contract. But between Kate's embarrassing penchant for running into exes in court, clients determined to use her as their very own therapist, and a couple having a knock-down, drag-out over the custody of the family guinea pig, at least the job's never boring.

But while Kate finally has a handle on her career, her love life is still, well, complicated. The former love of her life, Jonathan, wants her back. Her current main squeeze, Dave, wants to take things to the next level, but she still can't shake her wolf-in-sheep's-clothing vibe about him. And then there's Adam, her mad crush who really wants to be her friend. So, to sum up, one questionable ex, one player with a capital "P," and one guy who's kind of stolen her heart even though she's in the friend zone. This should be a piece of cake. 

Unconditionally is both a sweet and sexy romantic comedy and a hilariously relatable look at finding happiness where you least expect it.

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"A sharp, witty, and fun debut, with both sweet and sexy moments and a heroine I want to have a drink with." ―Kimberly Lang, USA Today bestselling author of Something to Prove


“Mr. Markson,” I said, standing and coming around the desk to meet him.


I nodded at him, smiling.

“Kate, I’d like you to take a case over for me. These two people have been arguing over a settlement for two and a half years and I’m starting to think their fight is going to outlive me.” We both laughed. “I don’t really have the energy for them anymore, and maybe a new voice of reason will get through to them.”

“I’d be happy to give it a shot.”

“I knew you would.” He put a large accordion file in my hands. “Don’t let them get the upper hand on you,” he said, pointing that grandpa finger in my face to drive his point home. “Once you lose it, you’ll never get it back.”

I smiled. “Thanks for the advice.”

“I told her I was bringing an associate in on it, so she’s expecting to meet with you when she comes in today.”

“Okay. What’s the settlement hung up on?”

He smiled. “Elvis.”

“Elvis. What is it? A collectible?”

“A guinea pig.”

My mouth dropped open. “A guinea pig.”

He nodded.

“They’ve been fighting over a guinea pig for two and a half years?” I asked, astonished.

“Well, they started fighting over Frank Sinatra, but he got hit by a car.”

“Do I want to know what Frank was?”

“The Siamese cat.”

“Oh. Well, guinea pigs don’t live that long, do they?”

“They can live for five years, apparently.”

“And Elvis is how old?”

“About two and a half years.”


He patted my shoulder. “Good luck.”

I smiled. “Thanks, boss.”

About the Author
Erin Lyon graduated with a bachelor's degree in English and then worked in broadcast television at the Sacramento ABC affiliate for 10 years before going to law school. She is now a practicing civil attorney and blames all of the people in her life for not trying to talk her out of the whole “becoming a lawyer” thing. After finishing law school, she completed her first novel and began working on the sequels. Erin lives in Northern California with her husband of nearly 20 years (the Saint), her two daughters (the Girls), her three rescue dogs (the Boys), and three cats, who, let’s be real, belong only to themselves. The Contract Killers is her debut novel.

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  1. I would go back to last summer, I would spent every single day of my vacation with my mother. Not knowing I would lose her 3 weeks later & I didn't get to spend as much time with her as I would have liked brings me to my knees.

  2. I would go back to high school and do better

  3. I'd go back to elementary school when my grandfather was in his prime. He was an amazing man and I still miss him after all these years.