We are so excited to be announcing the tour schedule for A GAME LIKE OURS by C.C. Marissa Gramoll. Thank you to everyone who signed up to participate in this Literary Bound Exclusive and review tour! Please be sure to check out each stop on the tour, where our hosts will be reviewing the book and displaying it in a creative way. We appreciate all the help in spreading the word about this awesome title!
Tuesday, March 30
Georgina – @the.power.of.reading
Wednesday, March 31
Autumn – @theblonde.bibliophile
Thursday, April 1
Stacey – @staceyherondalee
Friday, April 2
Heidi – @bookish.heidi
Saturday, April 3
Silke – @booksstarsandmoonlight
Sunday, April 4
Venus – @booksford_dictionary
Friday, April 9
Nicole – @author_nicole_mattingly
Saturday, April 10
Taylor – @25thavenuewest
Sunday, April 11
Mckenzie – @thebmchronicles
Monday, April 12
Sara – @bigborrowedbooks
Tuesday, April 13
Amanda – @written.word.nerd
To the outside world, Bobby Anderson is an attractive, charismatic baseball star.
But inside, Bobby holds secrets—including his closeted sexuality—and each secret alone has the power to destroy his carefully-constructed life.
When his best friend Cody dies, Bobby is thrown into the unwitting role of supporter for Cody’s grieving fiancée, Lexie. The issue? Bobby has long-harbored feelings for her that he never allowed to surface.
Torn between his growing attraction for Lexie and devotion to his deceased friend, Bobby is forced to re-examine his life and concern about divulging his sexual identity. Another secret spoken by Cody during his final moments eats away at Bobby’s conscience, driving the wedge of Cody’s death deeper.
Once these secrets come to light, will Lexie ever be able to forgive them? Can she accept Bobby for who he is? Will she ever want anything to do with him again?
About Marissa Gramoll
Lover of stories since before she could walk, Marissa has always had a passion for creating characters and worlds. Learning to read was a challenge, so she learned words by writing them–taking her notebook everywhere and asking total strangers how to spell. Since then, a laptop has replaced her trusty notebook and her stories have evolved into novels.
Marissa lives in Texas with her husband, two children and an endless collection of David Bowie hats. She enjoys reading in the sunshine, with a big bottle of chocolate milk and music playing in the background.