Author Spotlight + Giveaway: A.O. Peart

A.O. Peart

A.O. Peart was born and raised in Poland. When she was just seven-years-old she decided to learn English to translate her favorite Polish fairytales.

A.O. Peart writes in multiple genres, including contemporary romance and suspense, paranormal, urban fiction, and short stories. She is a member of the author critique group, Writers In the Rain, and several authors’ and readers’ networking groups on Linkedin, Facebook, and Goodreads.

She loves reading good books almost as much as writing them. A.O. Peart describes herself as “European born, American by choice”. She speaks with Polish accent and likes listening to Southern drawl. She’s passionate about watercolor painting, fashion—especially stilettos, rock climbing, environment, and organic food and gardening. A.O. Peart lives in the Seattle area with her family and a chronically curious cat, Cinnamon.

~ Almost Matched is a free ebook; click on the book image to be taken to Amazon ~ you take another shot at love? Or just settle on a friend with benefits?


Natalie Davenport lugs substantial baggage. One boyfriend after the
next has been a total disaster, leaving Natalie distrustful toward the
male population in general. So when Colin Hampton crosses her path,
she’s cautious. Her heart (and some other body parts!) nudges her to go
for it, while her head wants her to run for the hills.

Colin is
one of those gorgeous guys who attract women, no matter the age or
marital status. With a successful career at a popular Seattle radio
station, hard body, and charming personality, he is the complete
package. But something dark lurks in the corners of his soul; some murky
experience that has changed him—maybe for the better, but maybe for the

Will he steal her heart and stomp over it like other guys did?

Will she let him into her heavily fortified world despite herself?

Or will they settle somewhere in the middle—establishing the emotional boundaries to protect them from falling in love? NEW ADULT/ADULT CROSSOVER ROMANTIC COMEDY NOVELLA

How far would you go to protect the one you love?

terrors of Colin’s past are revealed and accepted by Natalie. Her
doubts about letting him into her life are finally disbanded and
replaced by a sense of security and commitment. But Natalie doesn’t know
that Colin’s past hides more dark secrets unknown even to him.

a delusional psychopath threatens Colin’s life, things quickly become
complicated. Natalie’s stubborn character and desire to kick ass won’t
let her step aside and allow the authorities to handle the danger. She
gets herself tangled up with street hoodlums, befriends a Russian
mobster’s high-maintenance girlfriend, and becomes expert at picking
locks and hiding evidence.
contemporary romantic comedy/mystery blends humor and sensuality with
enough thriller elements to make you clutch the pages with terror. The
offbeat characters and witty dialogue from Almost Matched are here to

**Warning: contains sexual situations, profanity, and a
high dose of sarcasm. Oh, and the appletini is still the drink of
May not be appropriate for readers under 18 years old. Not intended for prigs and sourpusses who get easily affronted**

Broken Up is the second installment in the Almost Bad Boys series, and
it comes after book one, Almost Matched. The books in this series should
be read in order. They are not stand-alone books*** ADULT/ADULT CROSSOVER ROMANTIC COMEDY NOVELLA

A martini glass of sizzling romance, a jigger of suspense and crime, perfectly shaken with a twist of wacky humor.

Where would you draw the line between love and trust?

Colin’s feisty great grandma Helga mysteriously disappears, Natalie and
the gun-toting Svetlana rush to the rescue. With the help of Russian
mafia goons and Natalie’s girlfriends, they get more than they bargained
for. Natalie invites trouble into her life all over again. She could
find herself questioned by the police, or worse, her relationship with
Colin could become rickety once more.

And so the race begins:
with grandma Helga on the loose, Colin turns to the police for help, and
Natalie is a stiletto heel tip outside of the law. But being in the
wrong has never felt so vindicated.
due to sexual situations, nasty language, and a high dose of sarcasm
this book may not be appropriate for readers under 18 years old.
Not intended for prudes who get easily affronted**

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