Release Week Promo + Giveaway – The Do Over by A. L. Zaun

Posted by Ing on 24 May, 2013 // ★★ 17 Comments ★★

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Book Blurb:


Life doesn’t look like it’s supposed to for Dani Ruiz, a hopeless romantic.  After a painful and sudden break-up with Rick Marin—who  she thought was the One—Dani hides away from reality, retreating to a world of fiction, preferring book boyfriends over the hassles of a relationship.


After almost two years of watching Dani in a holding pattern, her friends stage an intervention and force her back into the real world of dating.



Unexpectedly, Dani meets Liam Lucas, a down-to-earth firefighter. He might be the person to show her she’s still worth something. Dani’s hesitant to trust her heart with another man, but their instant and electric chemistry is something she can’t deny.



As Dani starts to believe that she’s found her real-life book boyfriend, Rick decides that he’ll go to any lengths to get her back. Seeing Rick as a changed man makes Dani question everything.



Can Dani trust her patched-up heart with Liam?



Or has Rick transformed into the man she’s always wanted?



Told from various points of views, The Do Over is a story of second chances and new beginnings.


Title:  The Do Over
Author: A.L. Zaun
Release date: May 20, 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age Group:  Adult
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Event organized by: AToMR Tours
Purchase Links: Amazon I B&N

Looking over at her again, I noticed she wasn’t showing any interest in this part of the class. It was my job to make sure that every student was properly trained in advanced life support. I owed it to her to engage her in this class activity.  

“Ms. Ruiz,” I called, waving for her to come up to the front.  

She straightened up, like she was startled. Shit, I hope I didn’t freak her out.  

After she sauntered to the front of the class, she got into position. Clearly, she knew what she was doing, but that didn’t stop me from assisting her. I didn’t know what had possessed me. I was drawn to her. I stood behind her as she placed her hands on the dummy. She was the perfect height. I could’ve easily rested my chin on her head. I reached over, almost leaning into her. I laid my hands over hers as we pushed down on the dummy.  

Making sure she applied the correct pressure, I said in a hushed voice, “Make sure it’s deep, hard, and steady. Yeah, that’s right. You’re doing it perfectly.” 

About Author:

A.L. Zaun graduated from Florida International University with a degree in English Literature a long time ago.  A degree she didn’t use at all in her professional endeavors.  She loves to read, write and take pictures.  She walks around with her camera, and most importantly she has her e-reader available at all times.  Healthcare Management by day, Mommy in the evening and most nights, you can find her sitting in front of her laptop with a bottle of Diet Pepsi, bringing the voices in her head to life on the pages of her debut novel, The Do Over.  

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17 Responses to “Release Week Promo + Giveaway – The Do Over by A. L. Zaun”

  1. Some mistakes are hard to figure out to take back as a singular expression. I have many regrets so far, but I would do anything to get my last job back, and change the things that lead me to losing it. sdylion(at)gmail(dot)com

  2. I would have continued on in college for the degree that I initially set out for. I switched majors simply to get done faster…wish I could do that over.

  3. Yes there is something I wish I could do over. I wouldn’t marry my ex husband, I’d just sleep with him. Would have saved a lot of heartache. I learned from my mistakes. The only thing good that came out of that marriage was my son.

  4. I don’t think I’d do over anything because I wouldn’t be the person I am today or know the things I know had I not been through what I’ve been through.

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