February 2, 2015
Blog Tour: He's Mine! by Bernadette Y. Connor

Title He's Mine!
Author Bernadette Y. Connor
Release Date August 16, 2014
Genres Romance / Thriller / Romantic Psychological Drama
Description Dream come true turns nightmare!

A romantic, gritty and disturbing fatal attraction.

Tall, dark and incredibly handsome, Miles Alexander is admired by his friends and colleagues, loved and adored by every woman in town, including his family. He is an attorney from a wealthy family, and an incurable romantic who has dated every attractive woman in town. Miles's world is comfortable and carefree until Patrice Mays whisks past him in the lobby of his office building and his appreciation of a beautiful woman eclipsed. With just the two of them on the elevator, Miles inspects her from head-to-toe and cannot believe his eyes, she is perfection.

Patrice Mays is new in town and Miles is the first person to penetrate her determination to be on time for her first day at Tymes, McNeil and Lowell Law Offices. The gorgeous floral arrangement and warm welcome note Miles had delivered impresses her. The recollection of his handsome, well dressed physique made her smile. However, Patrice is focused on her career, Miles is focused on Patrice.

Miles makes his infatuation with Patrice well known immediately, and the information is not well received by all. Patrice is confronted at the end of her second day by an irate Miles romantic reject and receives a mind-boggling note in her inter-office mail that simply says, He's Mine!
Excerpt The smile never left Patrice's beautiful face. She and Miles looked at each other in silence until the elevator stopped. Karl knew there was a communication between them, but he could not catch exactly what they were saying to each other. The way they both gleamed it had to be illuminating.

Miles stepped aside and barred Karl with his arm, allowing Patrice to exit the elevator first. Then, he let Karl out. He watched the two of them join the rest of their group in the lobby. In a strictly business mode, Patrice never looked back.
Reviews He's Mine! is a gripping tale of love, dysfunctional relationships, deceit, passion, infidelity and unrequited love. Bernadette Connor writes unapologetic, in your face prose with her searing human touch. Connor's seventh novel is a must-read and will keep you guessing about the fate of Patrice Mays and Miles Alexander, until the last page. - Thelma Balfour, author of Black Love Signs and Black Sun Signs (Touchtone/Simon & Schuster)

Using passion and intrigue as her thread, Ms. Connor has woven a fascinating story. "He's Mine!" is a tale you'll remember long after you turn the last page! - B. Berry, author of Clothesline Blues and Cold Crazy Series

Love, murder and mayhem. It is a love story after all! - Lori Bryant Woolridge, Emmy winner and author of Can't Help The Way That I Feel
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About the Author

Bernadette Y. Connor is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was born at home in a one-room apartment in North Philadelphia; the fourth of five children. To help her family financially, she sang rhythm and blues in many of the local nightclubs until she graduated from Dobbins Vocational Area High School in 1969 and was hired as a secretary by Sun Oil Company.

Bernadette's first love was music, but she found herself writing poetry. Some of her earliest writings were published in SCLC monthly magazine. Both singing and writing had to take a back burner to caring for her family, butmidnight often found her doodling. A divorced mother of three, Bernadette saw that all of her children graduated from college.

Bernadette found her niche' at AT&T as a communications technician. With the merger came a lay-off and she saw as an opportunity to begin a new career, but that was put on hold by a series of medical problems and finally the devastation of the brutal murder of her eldest son on Christmas Eve of 1991. Her zest for life, travel and adventure were nearly extinguished. However, Bernadette's thoughts slowly returned to writing.

The literary fire was stoked by reacquainting herself with her earlier poems. Bernadette embarked on yet another adventure. She wrote a simple love story called Finally that opened the gate to an avalanche of works...13 novels and 7 screenplays. Bernadette's published debut novel, Damaged!, the first psychological thriller ever written and published by an African American garnered her a spot in Who's Who In America 2004. Publishers Weekly dubbed her the "genre-crossing writer" and she loves the distinction.
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