Monday, April 10, 2017

New release - Magic Fire by Catherine Vale

~~ New Release ~~

Magic Fire: an Urban Fantasy Novel (Shifting Magic Book 1) by Catherine Vale

~~ Blurb ~~
We aren’t going to run. We’re going to kick some serious Warlock ass. 

Rogue gargoyle attacks aren’t exactly something I deal with every day, but it’s nothing I can’t handle. So why is this stranger insisting that I need to come with him to stay alive? Who does this guy think he is?

I’m a skilled fae with an arsenal of magic at my disposal. I sure as hell don’t need some cocky, arrogant dragon shifter protecting me, even if he is drop-dead gorgeous.

But what if I’m wrong?

A murderous Warlock is on the rampage, and he will not give up. Evil is reaching out to me, longing to bind me within its torturous grasp with monsters and mayhem around every corner.

The road to survival is marked with betrayal and deceit, some by the people I love the most.

If I want to survive, I must put my life in the hands of a cursed shifter—that is, if I make it through the night.

** Magic Fire is the first book in Catherine Vale's brand new urban fantasy series. Don't miss this thrilling world of magic, mayhem and sacrifice, in the battle against dark forces. **

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NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author Catherine Vale writes urban fantasy stories of magic and mayhem, and paranormal romance featuring girls with curves and guys with growl.

She loves coffee, chocolate and supernaturals. Her dream is to one day meet a Mage, or for her husband to sprout fur and fangs and confess to being a shifter - whichever comes first.

Catherine lives in Ontario, Canada with said husband (and possible were-bear), and her children.

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Monday, April 3, 2017

New release - Yours to Claim by Cathy Jackson

New release from author Cathy Jackson,

Yours to Claim (Yours to... Book 2) by Cathy Jackson

-- Blurb --
Ruthie Eden is in love with the Roselle children. Caring for them has opened her heart to their precocious and endearing love, and that’s the good news. The bad news is she is falling in love with their father, popular YouTuber Maximillian Roselle. She can see a future with him, but how does he feel about her?

Maximillian Roselle has too many things on his mind: his wonderful children, his dream career and the beautiful, compassionate and fiercely loving woman he has hired to care for them. It is a recipe for love or disaster. Max has been finding it difficult to maintain his emotional distance as an employer and, truth be told, he doesn't want to.

Facing fears of the future and ghosts of their pasts with newfound love and faith, Max and Ruthie embark on a relationship guided by their hearts and God.

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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

New Release - Wedding Dreams box set



Release Date: April 18, 2017
Authors: Maggie Way, Abbie St. Claire, Alix Nichols, Amy Olle, Ann Marie Frohoff, Ann Omasta, Auriella Skye, Amy Brent, DelSheree Gladden, Gemma Brocato, Iona Findley, Kate Allenton, KM Hodge, Kristi Rose, Lexi Ostrow, Lindzee Armstrong, Lita Lawson, Michelle Jo Quinn, Nicole Morgan, Susan Ann Wall

You are invited to the weddings of your dreams!
Twenty award-winning, USA Today and International best-selling authors have come together to bring you over 3,000 pages of love, lust, and lusciously sexy men.
From sweet second chance romances to bad boys, BBWs, and brides looking for revenge, this is a perfect read for anyone who enjoys Romance or Women’s Fiction. These pages are packed with cozy romances, thrilling international and holiday adventures, and sweet heart-melting stories. Our authors bring you everything from hot cowboys to rockstar romances, elegant weddings to nuptial disasters, and blushing brides to bold women, all in a delightful celebration of love.
You’re in for a wild, passionate ride on a breathtaking voyage to make your heart soar. This box set will leave you craving all things marital and wishing the honeymoon would never end.
Heat level: sweet to sensual
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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Author K.M. Lowe is having a sale!

Author K.M. Lowe is having a January sale!

January is a time when people are recovering from the festive season. So three of her romance novels are on sale from January 2nd through February 1st . This will be the only sale she holds this year, so grab some heart touching stories to keep you company on a cold night.

A Different Christmas 
Two people. Two upbringings. One Christmas.
Sam was brought up to her happy family gathering at Christmas. Filled with many traditions that as an adult she thought were normal for everyone.
Getting ready to finish work for the holidays to go home to her family in Scotland, was her idea of fun and relaxation. Well, that was until her boss, Luke, told her he was dragging her to New York for work. 
Much to Sam’s irritation, she has to go along and attend New York before flying home on Christmas Eve.
Luke grew up with parents that had a multimillionaire company and wanted for nothing. Apart from a family to celebrate Christmas with.
Luke grew up thinking he had what everyone had at Christmas, until he grew up and realized that Christmas is a family occasion.
Two characters that clash at the slightest thing is a recipe for disaster. Throw Sam and Luke into New York and it is either a make or break for their working relationship.
Would Christmas be different after this year?

A Country Escape
Molly has had a rough couple of years. Losing her mum is one thing, but getting out of a bad relationship to realize that she is pregnant, is another.
She decides that in order to get her life back on track, she needs to move away from her family home in Aberdeen, to a small country village in Stirling. Little did she know that this move was going to be the best thing she has ever done.
Molly's new home and business plans all work out nicely. Her offer on Ethel's Farm is accepted and her business plans get the go ahead. Greg Macintosh is her saviour and helps her get everything sorted. Their friendship blossoms but Molly can't accept her deeper feelings for him. She thinks that because she has a baby on the way, she has to live the rest of her life as a single mum.
A trip to Aviemore in December is eventful, to say the least. Molly and Greg reveal everything to each other and Molly walks away from her chance of happiness.
Things take a turn when Molly and Greg are thrown into the arms of one another to get through a tricky situation.
Can their friendship progress to the next level, or do they end up going their separate ways?

It Was Meant To Be
Leela Park was a happy twenty-eight year old. She thought she had everything going for her, until a bombshell came crashing down on her life.
Leela was happily engaged to her partner Mark. He was a police constable at Strathclyde Police Force. When he went to work one day, he never expected it to be his last day on earth.
Leela had a hard time coming to terms with Mark's death, because she recently found out that she was pregnant with his baby. More tragic obstacles in her way of grieving and she ends up in hospital fighting for her life.
Happier events unfold when Leela decides to take time off work to go travelling for the year. She never expected to travel, let alone end up in France. She was glad she did. Touring around France, made her settle down in Marseille. But what was in store for her there? What was going to happen when she bumped into an old face? Was everything going to go crashing down around her, or was it meant to be?

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Spotlight - Poppies For christmas

Poppies For Christmas
Stacy Keywell
Publication date: November 15th 2016
Genres: Romance, Young Adult
A celebration of love without labels. It’s easy to be brave with you by my side!
Popular DJ Dexx finds himself positively smitten by the precociously pristine Poppy Paris. Too bad she’s already taken by an older boy, Declan Davies, a beautiful model with a thriving career, and a perfect family. By a dreamful stroke of chance, Dexx finds himself invited to spend Christmas at the Davies home by a gorgeous girl, granting him the opportunity to pursue the precious Poppy. But in his quest to win her over, he unlocks a world of imperfection and insecurity, where people are picked on for their disabilities, speech, appearance, and eccentricities. For Poppy and her friends, love trumps labels, and everyone deserves a brave friend to stand by their side. What gifts will Dexx discover this Christmas? Will he ultimately find true love, or will he discover something even greater?
You are invited to read a powerful story about living with autism, but not letting it define you, about being bullied, but carrying on with determination and grit, and about having dreams, but not giving up in the face of adversity. Come celebrate something beautiful with Poppies for Christmas.

Author Bio:
Stacy Renée Keywell enjoys spending time misusing, mispronouncing, and misspelling languages, especially in her native tongue, English. When she is not stargazing or daydreaming she creates adventures for her family to conquer. Besides following her whimsical dreams, Stacy likes to sing to the music in her head, dance poorly, and compose non-sensical words. She is also the author of Forbidden Sky- Book One of the Dark Wing Series. Stacy resides in Michigan in a little house in the woods with her husband, and two daughters.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Spotlight on The Renegade Wife by Caroline Warfield

Book spotlight of:
The Renegade Wife by Caroline Warfield

-- Author bio:
Caroline Warfield has at various times been an army brat, a librarian, a poet, a raiser of children, a nun, a bird watcher, an Internet and Web services manager, a conference speaker, an indexer, a tech writer, a genealogist, and, of course, a romantic. Having retired to the urban wilds of eastern Pennsylvania, she is now a writer of historical romance who sits in an office surrounded by windows and lets her characters lead her to adventures in England and the far flung corners of the British Empire. She nudges them to explore the riskiest territory of all, the human heart.

-- Excerpt from the book:

We. The word hung between them. She couldn’t look away. They stood for a long time in the narrow hallway before he closed the space between them. He moved so gradually that she didn’t realize it until his mouth was inches from hers, his warmth surrounded her, and his eyes searched hers. She couldn’t say if those eyes searched for permission; she couldn’t think at all. There was only awareness: of the man, of his warmth, of his bedroom door feet away.

The kiss came gently, a touch, a caress. She let herself feel it, starved for tenderness, and she breathed in his scent—pine and wood smoke. Her hands slid up his rough shirt, around his neck, and into the hair that hung to his collar.

Long fingers cupped her head then, splaying into her hair, and he deepened the kiss softly, gently without force. She opened gladly.

When he began to unbutton her dress she stiffened and put her hands on his chest to push him away. Perhaps it was the sensation of cold. Perhaps it was the intrusion. Perhaps reason simply asserted itself. Meggy didn’t know what brought her to her senses. She had forgotten much for a few moments, but one fact came to her clearly.

“I’m married, Rand! Fergus may be a poor excuse for a human being, but he’s still my husband. Nothing changes that.”

She almost wept when he responded immediately, respectful and concerned. He stood back, but he reached out a hand to caress her cheek.

“I’m sorry, Meggy. You deserve better.”

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Interview questions:

-- When did you start reading, and what's your favorite book?
I don't remember! I read independently by the end of first grade. As a child my favorites were Little Women and its sequels. As a young adult, Dorothy Dunnett's The Game of Kings and its sequels were my favorites. Lately i would say CS Harris's Sebastian St. Cyr series.

-- When did you start writing, and what do you like to write best?
Like many writers, I wrote as a child. Much of that was fan fiction. In college I wrote poetry. I began, but never finished, a few historical novels. I wrote technical manuals and business prose professionally for several years. Some twenty years ago I began my first historical romance on the theory I should write what I love to read. It took time, courage, and the Central Ohio Fiction Writers to force me out of the closet and try to publish. I'm still writing historical romance, but I have some children's historical fiction on my laptop and a historical novel in process.

-- Where is your favorite place to write? What helps you to write?
I have a lovely office with windows overlooking my yard and bird feeders. Usually the office works for me; I can close the door and put up a do not disturb sign. Quiet actually causes my insecurities to rise to the surface. I listen to music. Occasionally I resort to writing in front of the TV.

-- What's your favorite tv show, past or present?
A recent favorite was Foyle's War.I like historical mysteries. Grantchester comes close.

-- What's your all time favorite movie?
All time? Gone With The WInd, although I will admit that Romancing the Stone is my guilty pleasure and I am a sucker for any costume drama.

-- Who or what has had the greatest influence on your writing?

As a romance writer I am a great admirer of authors who write strong characters, draw readers into profound emotion, and don't shy away from painful subjects. Writers I particularly admire are Mary Balogh, Grace Burrowes and Carla Kelly.

-- How do you get your ideas for what you write?

Lately the characters come and find me from the world I created in my Dangerous series. The story ideas, however, often come from my travel and non-fiction reading.

-- What are some of your favorite writer places on the internet?  -groups, websites, forums, pages, blogs, etc.

The Bluestocking Belles have built a strong community and I value that above all. We support each other on facebook, twitter, skype and email.  I like The Beau Monde, Risky Regencies, and The Romance Bandits. I'm attracted to some of the sites with a heavier history component such as Madame Gilflurt, Dirty Sexy History, Susana's Parlour, and History Imagined. I write for HI every three weeks.

-- Just for fun ­ if you could be any fictional character, who would you want to be? - either from movies, tv shows, books, comics, cartoons, etc. –

It would be fun to be Amelia Peabody (of Crocodile on the Sandbank etc.) and get involved in Egyptian excavation and murder investigation—every year another dead body and another shirt torn. Besides, that Emerson sounds like a hunk.

-- Tell us about what you're working on now, or your latest release?
I am launching a new series called The Children of Empire. It will involve the children of the heroes of my Dangerous novels. As they come of age, the needs and opportunities of the British Empire beckon. Each book will take place in England and other far flung locations. The first three involve the Wheatly boys from A Dangerous Nativity. One has gone to make his fortune in Upper Canada. His brother serves in the Bengal Army. Their cousin, the duke will take on a mission for the crown and a family friend that will bring him to Canton, China.  With luck there will be more. The sons of the hero/heroine of Dangerous Works want to be scientists, for example.

The first is The Renegade Wife.
Betrayed by his cousin and the woman he loved, Rand Wheatly fled England, his dreams of a loving family shattered. He clings to his solitude in an isolated cabin in Upper Canada. Returning from a business trip to find a widow and two children squatting in his house, he flies into a rage. He wants her gone, but her children are sick and injured, and his heart is not as hard as he likes to pretend.

Meggy Blair harbors a secret, and she’ll do whatever it takes to keep her children safe. She’d hopes to hide with her Ojibwa grandmother, if she can find the woman and her people. She doesn't expect to find shelter with a quiet, solitary man, a man who lowers his defensive walls enough to let Meggy and her children in.

Their idyllic interlude is shattered when Meggy’s brutal husband appears to claim his children. She isn’t a widow, but a wife, a woman who betrayed the man she was supposed to love, just as Rand’s sweetheart betrayed him. He soon discovers why Meggy is on the run, but time is running out. To save them all, Rand must return and face his demons.