Monday, July 8, 2024

Release Boost: Love, Utley by S.J. Tilly


Love, Utley by S.J. Tilly is now live! 


Maddox Lovelace. The captivating football player I met in college. 

The one I only knew for a week. A week that was… life-changing.

Until my phone rang, and I had no choice but to go home.

I left Maddox a letter, putting my feelings on paper, giving him my number, hoping he’d call.

But he didn’t call. 

He never called.

He got drafted into the professional league and lived like a king while I stayed home and struggled to stay afloat. 

I may have followed his career, but now that he’s retired from football, I’ve forced myself to stop thinking about him. 

And it’s okay that I won’t ever see him again. That week in college was fifteen years ago.

I’m not in love with Maddox anymore. 

I might even hate him.


Hannah Utley. The name that’s haunted me since my senior year of college. 

The girl who caught my attention with her wide eyes and freckled nose. 

Who spent one week twisting up my insides until she stole a piece of my heart the night we got locked inside the campus library.

The girl who disappeared without a word.

It’s the name of the girl I’ve been trying to forget for fifteen years. 

And it’s the name looking up at me from the résumé in my hand. 

Because Hannah Utley works for the company I just purchased. 

And that makes her mine. Whether she likes it or not.

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Meet S.J. Tilly

Like all her books, S.J. Tilly resides in the glorious state of Minnesota, where she was born and raised. To avoid the freezing cold winters, S.J. enjoys burying her head in books, whether to read them or write them or listen to them.

When she's not busy writing her contemporary smut, she can be found lounging with her husband and their herd of rescue boxers. And when the weather permits she loves putting her compost to use in the garden, pretending to know what she's doing. The neighbors may not like the flowery mayhem of her yard, but the bees sure do. And really, that's more important.


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