Today's guest author is Jamie Salisbury with her hot new release Tudor Reunion Tour, Tudor Dynasty #3

In the two short years since Jamie Salisbury began publishing her Romance stories, she has seen her historical-romance westerns soar to #1 on Amazon. Her novella Tudor Rubato was a finalist in the 2012 RONE (Reward of Novel Excellence) award, and has expanded her audience to include several now published by Secret Cravings Publishing.

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Twitter: @JamieRSalisbury

Three talented brothers. . .one explosive tour. Touring together for the first time in years, Amadeus and his brother Angus team up  with their oldest brother Damien. It is a united effort to reintroduce  Damien to his legions of fans who have been waiting years for his return to the stage. Excluded from the once in a lifetime event, can Zara sit by and observe from the sides? Will she be able to sit by and watch as Damien's wife Julia leads the brothers, band and crew into disaster? Or will her years of managing Amadeus and his band Tudor Rose over ride even Amadeus' wishes?

As Zara and Amadeus settle into life as a family of three, in the midst of the tour, life throws them yet another curve. Join them and the entire Tudor clan as they deal with life's little quirks.

And who was that intruder?  

 Read excerpts:

Julia answered the door, making our job oh so much easier. Amadeus held the contract out in front of her. As she reached for it, he drew back his hand. Taking the paper in both hands he ripped it in half in front of her and threw it at her.
"You must think I'm a complete idiot when it comes to the business end of my career, Julia. I'd have to be out of my mind to sign this piece of crap." He turned on his heel towards me, leading me by the elbow towards the beach.
"We can discuss it. I didn't say it was final."
"No," Amadeus replied. "You made out like it was the final deal. As far as I'm concerned there's nothing more to say."
"Damien's who they'll be coming to see Amadeus. Take it or leave it. I don't care."

Two could play his little game and tease him I intended to do.
As I made my way back up top I noted he was standing, peering across the sound, checking the sails. He pretended not to see me at first until I joined him. Passing a water bottle to him I leaned up and kissed him. Placing the bottle into a cup holder he switched hands on the wheel while running his free hand up under my shorts.
All of a sudden he burst out laughing. Having no idea whether I'd done something or if he was having one of his private male moments I probably wouldn't understand I pulled away.
"You find it funny?"
"No, Zara I'm not laughing at you. I'm laughing at myself, at us."
"I didn't know we were so funny or pathetic."
"No, you don't understand. Look…" He pointed to the top of the cabin where the inflatable usually sat when we first got underway on a trip. It was not there. "Damien and I removed it. We thought the boat would look better for your photos if it wasn't there."
"Oh, I hadn't noticed. But you're right, it does make it tidier."
"Zara, we have no way to get off the boat. Not unless we swim of course."
I began to laugh. "So what you're telling me is that we have nothing to eat for dinner?"
"Oh no, we're safe on that. We simply can't go gather oysters or clams. Guess we'll just have to find other things to occupy our time on board, eh?"
"Pervert. You planned this, didn't you? To get me off by yourself and have your way with me," I teased. "You're incorrigible Amadeus Tudor."

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