Win a copy of Finding Their Balance (Neighborly Affection #5)

It’s 2016, and we’re finally within pouncing distance of Finding Their Balance (Neighborly Affection #5)! I am absolutely thrilled to share this new Henry, Alice, and Jay adventure with you. A whole bunch of plot points that have been bubbling under the surface in the earlier books are about to spill over in this one.

Finding Their Balance will be in e-formats everywhere on March 1 — less than two months away! (And, as Neighborly Affection reader Issa (hi, Issa!) recently reminded me on Facebook, one extra day away because it’s a Leap Year, darnit.)

But in the meantime, Goodreads readers can enter a giveaway for a chance to snag a copy for themselves. The giveaway is open through Jan. 31, so don’t wait too long to sign up. You can enter right from the book page on Goodreads.

And for reviewers, Finding Their Balance is available now on NetGalley under the Kensington Books section.

We don’t want to leave anyone out, though — so if you aren’t a member of Goodreads or NetGalley, you can still read an excerpt from Finding Their Balance right here.

Finding Their Balance (Neighborly Affection #5)

Three’s the naughtiest kind of crowd.

MQBarber_Cover_FindingTheirBalance_250pxGetting to the one-year mark is hard enough in a relationship between two lovers. For three, just getting through the day can be half the battle.

Between Alice’s headstrong insistence on pushing her sexual limits and Jay’s need to confront an abusive former lover, Henry has his hands full keeping both of his partners safe and happy.

But despite all the challenges — and unexpected dangers that lurk in their hedonistic world — the three have formed a union that brings each of them to the edge of something new. Something they may not be able to hold on to…

Coming March 1, 2016.

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M.Q. Barber

M.Q. Barber is the USA Today bestselling author of the Neighborly Affection contemporary romance series. She's also an inveterate, unrepentant scribbler of ideas on whatever's handy.

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