Blog Tour- Take by Ella Frank

Synopsis
TAKE – verb: to reach for and hold in one’s hands or get into one’s possession, power or control. 
Logan Mitchell is a man who’s always been more than happy to take what he wants. It’s a philosophy that’s proven lucrative in both his business and personal life, and never was it more apparent than the night he laid eyes on Tate Morrison. After pulling out all the stops and convincing the sexy bartender to give him a try—he’s hooked. 
Now, Logan finds himself in a predicament that demands more from him than a smart-ass answer and his innate ability to walk away when things get too deep. 
He has a choice to make, and it’ll force him to do something he’s never done before—take a chance.
Tate Morrison knows all about taking a chance. He took the biggest one of his life the night he showed up at Logan’s apartment to explore his unexpected reaction to the man. 
Ever since then, he’s thought about little else.
At first he was convinced his attraction was based solely on his body’s curiosity. But the more time he spends with the silver-tongued lawyer, the more Tate realizes that their physical chemistry is only the beginning. 
He’s starting to catch a glimpse of what life with Logan would be like, and it’s one full of excitement and satisfaction—a far cry from what he had in the past with his soon to be ex-wife.
Each man will face their fears as they begin to understand the true meaning of give and take. Their feelings for one another will be tested, as will their very beliefs. But now that they’ve found love where they least expected it, will they be brave enough to reach out and take it?
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Releasing July 8, 2014

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Excerpt
“That’s your truck?”
“Yes.”
“It’s so…”
“So what?” Logan challenged as he pulled his keys from his pocket.
“Old?”
“Excuse me. I’ll have you know I was driving this baby all through college and she still runs like a dream.”
Tate watched as Logan walked over to run his hand over the scratched-up tailgate, and he was amazed that he even made that look sexy. Like he was stroking a lover.
“And it’s a she, huh?”
Now around at the passenger’s side, Logan opened the door and looked at him over the bed of the truck. “Yeah. Jealous?”
Laughing, Tate walked over to where Logan stood with a hand on the door and kissed him slowly on the mouth. 
“I’m jealous of anything you stroke like that.”
“Get in the truck, Tate.”
“Or else?”
Logan stepped forward, crowding him back against the inside frame of the vehicle. “You’re not ready for the or else…”

AUTHOR INTERVIEW
1. Who designed that hot cover?
I did! I’m glad you think it’s hot. I certainly found it, eye catching.

2. Without any spoilers, what can you tell us about the sequel?
I can tell you that TAKE picks up directly after TRY ends. So no time has passed, we just get straight into it. I always had in mind that these books would be an intimate look at the beginning of Logan and Tate’s relationship from the moment they first meet, to everything in between.

So having said that, this book will be similar to the first and only run over a short period of time. This isn’t a series that spans years; it spans weeks, and months.

3. How have Logan and Tate changed between books 1 and 2?
I can’t say much, but I think you will see that they each have grown due to the difficult decisions and choices they have to make. It makes each of them question what they really want and if what they have is worth all the problems that come with it.

Logan has to face his past and why he is the way he is and Tate has to deal with his family and all the baggage that comes with that, including the ex-wife.

4. Who is your book boyfriend: Logan or Tate?
Hands down I am a Tate girl. There is something so fantastically honest about him. He’s stubborn and stands up for what he wants. He also has an uncanny knack for saying the right things…for the most part. He is the kind of man that is bold and brave but still allows his softer side out, with the right person.

5. What was the hardest scene to write? The easiest?
I can’t tell you that! Hardest involves Tate, easiest involves Logan…that’s all you get!

6. Describe your writing process.
My process consists of my first draft, which I have critiques chapter read to gauge the flow and feel of the book. Then after the draft is complete, they go back in and detail critique it.

Once I fix notes they have given me, the book then goes to the editor, I then go through edits, have a full beta read for final issues and then the book is finally released to bloggers as an ARC before it goes ‘LIVE’.

7. How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?

TAKE is my seventh book and I can’t pick! That’s like asking to pick my favorite child!

8. Do you have any advice for other writers?

Forget all the rules, and just write. Turn your brain off and get on the page what’s inside you. You can do it!

9. Do you hear from your readers often? What do they say? How can fans get in touch with you?
I do hear from them, and love chatting or emailing. Usually, they tell me that they have enjoyed the cough hot scenes and love stories I’ve created. I often hear that Blind Obsession or Veiled Innocence has made people cry or made their heart hurt, which thrills me because it shows they have really made a connection with my characters and what I’m trying to say.

People can contact me through my webpage, Facebook (where I have many groups and a street team) or Twitter.

10. Are reindeer better than people?
Reindeer! They help Santa!

MeetTheAuthor


 
Ella Frank is a #1 Amazon Bestselling Author. She writes both contemporary and erotic fiction and is best known for her Exquisite Series, Try and her most recent novel Veiled Innocence.
The minute she began her love affair with reading, she became and avid supporter of the romance genre and has never looked back. 
Ella is Australian born and bred but currently resides in Houston, Texas with her husband.

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