Tuesday, March 29, 2016

New Release: Rules Of Her Sins by A. Gorman

Rules of her Sins
Their Sins # 1
By-A. Gorman
Genre- Romantic Suspense
Publication Date-  March 26th

Jesse McCoy knows you have to dream big, and she plans to be the youngest and richest CEO in the country…
After cancer took her mother when Jesse was just sixteen, she watched her father—investment broker Pearse McCoy—harden in front of her eyes. So after graduating high school, she leaves her dad and two younger siblings for the adventure of campus life at Indiana University.
Jesse meets the man of her dreams—or so she thought…
The ill-advised relationship quickly becomes explosive, and one careless night changes everything, tearing them apart for good. Desperately trying to find balance in her life, Jesse returns home with aspirations to one day inherit her father’s company. Only she didn’t expect to fall for his right-hand man.
Aedan Hughes didn’t plan to work as a personal chauffeur, but he learns his boss has bigger plans—he is grooming him for a position of a lifetime…
After years of watching over Pearse McCoy’s family, Aedan is now in charge of not only the family, but also his multi-billion-dollar investment firm. When you’re on top, people are always trying to knock you down. After several attempts, someone has broken through the high tech surveillance system Aedan has worked so hard to create.
The breach isn’t only a threat to the company, but to Jesse as well. All signs point to the information coming from the inside, but finding the leak might be a little too late.
Keeping Jesse safe, along with McCoy and the company, is Aedan’s top priority. But falling in love with the boss’s daughter definitely isn’t in his job description.



Never did I imagine that when I turned twenty-two, I’d be divorced and working for my father in a position I have no desire to be in. I haven’t graduated from college yet, but I was so close. I guess life happens sometimes, but I wish I could go back to simpler times, wish I could be eighteen again.
My life was planned out for me. I lived on my father’s dime and went to college on a full-ride softball scholarship. All I had to worry about was whose house I was partying at that weekend. High school life was good, but college life was amazing. All I did was attend classes, play softball, and party. The summer of my junior year at Indiana University, everything changed. I met “the one,” Chet Boston. And he was truly the one for me—the completely wrong one.
Chet. I should have known, with a name like that, he would be a piece of shit. He was amazing the first year: amazing sex, gifts, dinners, and surprises. He’s a few years older than me and he had a degree in marketing. When I met him, he was working for the top marketing firm in Indianapolis. He’s easy on the eyes, six foot three, and one hundred eighty-five pounds of defined, tanned yumminess with dark chocolate eyes and short brownish-blond hair. Mmm. The things he could do with his…body.
I decided to leave school after a night of carelessness led to me getting pregnant. We married quickly—a small wedding chapel in the middle of nowhere—and I moved to Indianapolis with him. Unfortunately, I had a miscarriage six weeks after we were married. I thought we would make it through our loss. We were a strong couple. I honestly believed life would be perfect. Ha. The joke was on me.
We decided to wait for a while before trying to conceive again. I went to work full-time, and Chet dove back into work, amongst other things that I didn’t know about at the time. We maintained our work hard, play even harder pace for a while, treating ourselves to indulgences often. Surprise trips here, flowers just because, jewelry, shopping. Slowly, I started observing changes. First, it was notices for late bills, then money missing from our accounts, and Chet traveling for work on a more frequent basis. Finally, we went from having sex multiple times a week to maybe once a month.
I love sex and I thought he did too, so I spoke with Chet about all the things I noticed and he explained that he’d forgotten the bills, but wasn’t so keen on explaining the bedroom situation. He told me he was exhausted from working all the time. I felt bad, so I let it go.

About the Author

A. Gorman was born and raised in a small community in Central Indiana. She left the slow moving life of the country for the fast-paced city life. After spending twelve years in the city and becoming a mother to two wild and crazy kids, she chose to move back to the peace and quiet of the country after marrying the man of her dreams and gaining three more children.
As an avid reader, A. never set out to be an author since she’s a full-time editor for several incredible authors. However, after editing one day, a voice started talking to her and talking and talking. She decided to sit down and write what she had to say, and it turned out she had a lot to say. Then that one voice turned to two, and another story came to life. Not believing that anything she was writing was publishable, she asked a few friends to critique her manuscript…and now she’s the proud author of the Their Sins series, with several more series and standalones planned.
When she’s not corralling their five kids and two dogs or out in their garden, you can find her at her desk editing or writing her next novel with a cup of coffee and classical music cranked up on her iPad. While she loves reading, A. is addicted to all things British, coffee, and gummy bears—in no particular order.