IndieWritersReview Welcomes The Last Straw by Nia Simone (Goddess Fish Promotions Virtual Tour!)


Hello Everyone! I am excited today because I will be participating as one of the host for the Goddess Fish Promotions Virtual Tour of The Last Straw by Nia Simone! Please check out the details below:)


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A $25 Amazon gift card to one randomly drawn commenter.

Please follow the tour and comment; the more you comment, the better your chances of winning!!! The tour dates can be found here:

The Last Straw tour stops

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Nia Simone grew up on the side of a ski slope in Squaw Valley, USA. Later, while learning the craft of story writing, she worked in nonprofit and then high-tech.

The best part of working in the computer field was meeting her husband. He took up skiing and she helped him document his computer inventions! They live in “Silicon Valley” in California where their favorite thing to do is cook together for friends. Nia’s specialties are dessert and veggies while her husband’s are entrees and sourdough bread.

Their only pet at the moment is the sourdough starter, which lives in the fridge and requires bi-weekly feeding.​

Nia blogs every day about travel, food, writing, books, skiing and photography at (where she won the Versatile Blogger Award and Inspiring Blogger Award).​

Buy link: The Last Straw (



Twitter: @niasimone4

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Nia Simone


Ally Tobin left New York after one too many bad dates, determined to rebuild a stable life and career as a private investigator in Silicon Valley. But when the man she knew as one name walks into her office with another, will her curiosity once again lead her to risk her heart?

The last thing Special Agent Jared Green needs is “security risk” stamped on the resume of his latest undercover identity. Especially by the woman his job forced him to leave in New York without any explanation. She may threaten his cover, but it’s his heart on the line.

He’s good at playing a part. She’s good at catching a fake. Can they trust enough to give love another chance?




He sauntered through the door, a white, button- down shirt tucked into belted khakis. When his dark gaze found her, he stopped. Stared. Her throat dried and a rustling motion stirred in her abdomen.

“Hi. I’m Darren Ray.”

Keep your cool, she commanded herself, standing and reaching across the desk. His hand was rough.

She yanked her hand back and waved at the chair. “Please, have a seat.” He waited for her to sit before settling in the visitor’s chair. “So, Darren, according to this, you’re being considered for a programmer position in the IT department. Tell me about your background.”

A professional mask settled over his features. “As you can see on my résumé, I have several years of consulting experience.”

“Tell me something about your experience as a mechanic.” Working on his prized old Mustang had been a favorite hobby.

The corner of his mouth twitched. “What do you mean? That’s not in my résumé.”

“You don’t have the hands of a programmer. More of a mechanic.” Oh, his hands.

“Okay, you got me.” He was going to confess. This should be good. “When I’m not programming computers I’m working on my car.”

“And what were you doing in New York City?”

He reached across her desk for a piece of paper, plucked a pen from its stand and scrawled something.  When she took the note their fingers brushed. Meet me for dinner at Pico’s at 7. I’ll explain everything. Can’t talk here.



5 thoughts on “IndieWritersReview Welcomes The Last Straw by Nia Simone (Goddess Fish Promotions Virtual Tour!)

  1. Good morning, Michelle! Thank you so much for having me here on this exciting site. I’m looking forward to following your reviews and posts.

    I have been learning a lot about readers on my debut blog tour. All you have to do to be entered in a raffle for a $25 gift certificate to Amazon is say hello, but if you like, here is a question for you:

    Do you have any new types of books that you’ve tried reading because of others’ recommendations?

    I can answer that one for myself: Yes! I found I like certain kinds of paranormal romance. This year, for example, I really enjoyed Forbidden, by Jacquelyn Frank.

    • What a great question! wow…I will have to think on it myself and come up with an answer there are SO many great reads! But thank you for allowing me to participate in your tour, and I wish you the very best with your release:O)

      • Thank you, IndieWR!! I’m having a great tour and discovering so many fabulous blogs, like yours. I look forward to hearing what new kind of book you have enjoyed recently.

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