Thursday, October 31, 2013

Book Tour: First Bite By Dani Harper

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First Bite
by Dani Harper

ISBN: 1477807594
(ISBN13: 9781477807590)

Series: Dark Wolf #1

Publication Date: Oct 15


Geneva "Neva" Ross doesn't want to die. But now that she's been turned into a werewolf against her will, she'll do anything to protect her family and friends…even if that means taking her own life.

After witnessing Neva's leap from a high ledge, Travis Williamson-a Changeling with a dark past-uses his powers to save her life. He feels a connection to the strong-willed woman whose eyes flash that familiar Changeling green. While Neva is hospitalized, Travis risks everything to kidnap her, knowing the approaching full moon will put everyone in jeopardy.

Bickering constantly to hide their growing attraction, Travis and Neva run from the authorities…and from Neva's sinister sire, Meredith de la Ronde. Meredith delights in creating new shape-shifters and compelling them to do her dark bidding; now Neva must join Meredith's murderous wolf pack…or die.

Intensely suspenseful with deliciously sexy twists, this paranormal romance-the first in (the title of series)-intertwines sensual passion with an epic, thrilling battle between good and evil.

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My Review:

I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.

Neva has been turned into a werewolf against her will. And now Neva is afraid that when she turns into a werewolf or a monster that she will go around hurting and killing the people she loves as well innocent ones that she does not know. Instead of going a killing spree Neva decides that the best thing for her to do is to kill herself. If she is dead then she can't hurt anyone. Neva doesn't want to be a monster and doesn't know that she can be a werewolf and not hurt anyone. The person that turned her into a werewolf is a very controlling person and will kill whenever it suits her to do so. Neva doesn't want to be like her and doesn't know that she doesn't have to be. She can be a werewolf and not hurt anybody.

Neva meets a lone werewolf who prefers to be called a Changeling. Travis has been a loner for a very long time. Something happened in his past that caused him to run away from his own pack. He prefers to be by himself but when he runs into Neva he can't let her die so he saves her life. Neva is very upset with him because he won't let her die. But she finally accepts her fate and learns that she doesn't have to be a monster. Travis tries to teach her all the things she needs to know to be a werewolf or Changeling as her prefers to be called that is.

First Bite has a lot of twist and turns that will keep you up way past your bedtime. It will take a hold of you from the very beginning and it will not dare let you go until you have read the last word. All of the characters are just wonderful. They pull you in and you feel as if you are right there with them. You get lost in their world and you don't even know that yours even exist anymore. Neva and Travis pull you into all of their arguing one minute and then the next they are staring in one another's eyes falling in love with each other. First Bite is a great start to a wonderful new series. I can't wait for the next book.

About The Author:

Dani Harper is a former newspaper editor whose passion for all things supernatural led her to a second career writing paranormal fiction. A longtime resident of the Canadian north and southeastern Alaska, she recently ventured south with her husband, Ron, to rural Washington to be closer to their grown children and to live the country life (Goats and chickens and pugs, oh my!).

Dani is the author of the shapeshifter series Changeling Moon, Changeling Dream, and Changeling Dawn. She's currently signed with Montlake Romance for two brand new series - STORM WARRIOR kicks off the Grim Series this August and FIRST BITE launches the Dark Wolf series in October of this year.

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Sale: Kat Scratched Trilogy By

Kat Scratch Fever
Kat Scratched Trilogy #1
By- D.T. Dyllin
Genre- Adult Paranormal Romance
Publication Date- October 1st,  2013

It's tough being a cat in a dog eat dog world. Something that Katrina Walker learned
the hard way being a were-cat raised by a pack of werewolves. And after her taboo
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Seven years later Kat is forced to return to pack lands and the man she left behind.
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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Book Tour: Anti-Theist by Christopher Mallard

by Christopher Mallard

Author Bio

The majority of my adult life was spent working in the oilfields of west Texas. In my spare time I taught myself how to work on computers and eventually turned it into a small business which I work from home. What does any of this have to do with religion? Nothing. Where are my degrees in theology, biology, astronomy and philosophy? I don't have any. I am your common average Joe and that's exactly the type of reader I'm trying to reach. Does it take a degree in theology to open the bible and see the stories told within as being immoral and violent? Can the common man not see how the religions of the world have done and are still doing immeasurable harm to society?

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Genre: Religion, Philosophy
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Release Date: 5/15/2013
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This book is the first in a series essentially arguing about the lack of abject morality of religion and its dangers. It's broken down so each chapter is a topic on its own covering a variety subjects.

Excerpt #1

From Chapter 3 - Disproving God

"It's God's lack of action, not his actions that disprove his existence. If prayer really worked there would be groups of theists (nuns, priests, imams, whatever) going from bed to bed in every hospital healing the sick. Of course there are religious people in hospitals going along praying for people but a doctor washing his hand before seeing his patients will do more for their survival rates than the prayers offered by their holy men. The evil God monster of Abraham is an all-powerful God and can do absolutely anything except give any type of viable proof of his existence.
Often times a theist will counter with the old 'God works in mysterious ways' or stammer on about how he's not there for us to boss around and do our bidding in vain attempts to get him to prove himself to us but in reality it's just a bunch of crap. Studies have shown that when sick people are prayed for by fervent believers they are more likely to be healed. Other, more scientific studies have shown that when you allow religious nutbags to carry out their own studies they tend to be skewed towards their religious beliefs. I'm absolutely confident that a prayer method of healing can never stand up to the simple rigors of repeatability.
It is absolutely amazing the wealth of proof to disprove God you can come up with when turning a keen eye upon the absence of God's presence. The millions of children who starve to death, are beaten to death or who are being raped throughout the world is each and every one a testament to the non-existence of a personal God, especially if those children and/ or their parents believe in one of the Abrahamic death cults. And to counter with the idea that God is calling those children who die such horrible deaths to heaven to be with him because he for whatever reason has suddenly decided heaven needs more children is disgusting and vile. If your God is able to 'see all' and watch these children die slow agonizing deaths over months or years due to starvation, malnutrition, rape and outright murder and do nothing or to be able to watch children be repeatedly raped by gangs of men and not smite the men on the spot then your God is either not real or quite malevolent. If you the reader were ever attacked by an adult as a child and an invisible hand didn't swoop in to protect you then you know exactly what I mean. Many victims have often asked, 'Where was god when x happened to me?'"

Author Interview

The Avid Reader: What inspired you to write your Anti-Theist book?
Christopher Mallard: Well, there are lots of different reason which accumulated over time. Atheist, like religion, is something each person approaches in their own way.

The Avid Reader: When or at what age did you know you wanted to be a writer?
Christopher Mallard: I can't really say. I've tinkered with the written word since I was a teen and I guess it finally stuck. It's just something I've always been compelled to do.

The Avid Reader: What genre of books do you enjoy reading?
Christopher Mallard: I'm a fan of science fiction and Dungeons & Dragons style fantasy. The idea of piloting a space ship into battle or gloriously slaying a dragon and saving the fair maiden has always held my fancy and kept me turning pages.

The Avid Reader: What is your favorite book?
Christopher Mallard: The Foundations Edge, a book in the Foundation series by Issac Asimov would have to be my favorite.

The Avid Reader: If you could travel back in time here on earth to any place or time. Where would you go and why?
Christopher Mallard: If I could travel back and forth in time you'd never see my narrow little butt again. I'm a history buff so there are too many places/times to mention but I guess the obvious answer would be that I would start by going back in time and debunking the Abraham/Jesus/Muhammad story and render them to the shelves of mythology where they belong. After that... the future.

The Avid Reader: Do you have any advice for anyone that would like to be an author?
Christopher Mallard: I would say don't write with the hopes of great success or wealth. Take your time and enjoy the process and remember... there's a story inside you that is just dying to get out. Let it.

Blitz: Beasty Series By Tyffani Clark Kemp

Beast Within
Beasty # 1
By- Tyffani Clark Kemp  

Gabriel Slade runs Hollywood with his gorgeous blue eyes and egregious temper. No one knows that underneath it all is a man with a frozen heart, cursed to become a beast at every full moon. For seven days he has no choice but to roam the earth as a vicious animal, until he meets a woman who can change it all. 

Luna Grace has a hatred for everything Gabriel Slade stands for, but she doesn't even know what he looks like. When a chance encounter reveals feelings Luna never knew she harbored, it stands to reason that she would run. 

Can Luna overcome her hatred and break the curse? Or will Gabriel's temper keep her from realizing her true feelings, dooming him to remain the beast forever?


Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Blitz: A Story Of River By Lana Axe

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A Story of River
Tales from Nol'Deron
Lana Axe

Genre: Epic Fantasy

Publisher: AxeLord Publications

Date of Publication: May 2013

ISBN: 0615821537

Number of pages: 313
Word Count: 51,149

Cover Artist: Michael Gauss

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Book Description:

Aelryk's kingdom is under attack by monsters conjured by a dark sorcerer. His only hope lies far to the west, where a powerful water elemental is rumored to dwell. Along the way, he joins forces with the Wild Elves, who were once his enemy. They alone can lead him through the dangers of the Wildlands. Together, they must journey to a mysterious land of eternal spring and return before the kingdom is overrun by evil.


"I'm sorry, Yillmara," the young elf maid said as she wept. "The child does not live." She held the tiny bundle toward his mother, who slowly took him from the maid's arms. Yillmara looked upon the lifeless face of her tiny son and wept softly. She closed her eyes and pressed him to her breast. After a moment, though still exhausted from the birth, she rose from her bed with her son in her arms.

"You mustn't, my lady! You need to rest!" The maid pleaded with her and touched her arm as if to stop her, but Yillmara continued walking. She made her way from her rooms and stepped out into the light of the dawn. It was a cool spring morning, and the sound of the river danced throughout the forest that was home to Yillmara's people, the Westerling Elves.

Yillmara approached the river slowly, earnestly. She trod lightly so not to offend the Spirit of the river. With her son still in her arms, she walked into the water and fell to her knees, begging for the life of her child. "River Spirit, hear my plea and grant my son his life. He deserves the chance to live, to grow, and to know the beauty of this forest. He should be given the chance to hear the music of the river."

Slowly, she placed the lifeless body of her son into the water. Hoping for an answer from the River Spirit was foolish, she knew, but what matter was that compared to the life of her child. She covered her eyes and wept. As her tears hit the water, she heard a soft voice around her. It caressed her and consoled her grief. The River Spirit had come. The young mother's weeping ceased, and she felt pure serenity. "I will gladly trade my life for his," she said with all the strength of her heart.

With that assurance, the Spirit granted her request. The mother slid gently down into the river, and the child opened his sapphire eyes. The young maid came running to the river's edge along with Yillmara's life mate. The maid took the child from the river and rushed him inside to get him warm.

Though he knew his love's body would fade into the river, Ryllak waded into the water to be near her. He could see her lying serenely in the water, her face peaceful as if sleeping. Reaching his arms out for her came naturally, but it was no use. He could no longer touch his beautiful Yillmara. She was gone forever.

The river had granted the child his life, and in time, the river would reclaim him.

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Lana Axe lives in Missouri near the edge of the woods. She is inspired by her love of nature to write about elves, magic, and adventure. Growing up in Mark Twain's backyard inspired her love of fiction from an early age. She grew up an avid reader and went on to study literature in college.

After eight years of jotting notes and building a fantasy world, she has finally begun releasing novels in her Tales from Nol'Deron series. They will feature many of the same characters, but each novel will stand alone.

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Monday, October 28, 2013

Spotlight: Revenge in Rio By Samantha Darling

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Revenge in Rio
by Samantha Darling


Calculated revenge, unexpected passion…

Business magnate Luca Venancio is returning to Rio to pay his respects to his late brother, and to seduce his once fiancée, Daniella, back into his bed. Five years ago she left him without so much as a word, shunning him and the rich life he could offer in exchange for his younger, reckless brother. Now Luca wants revenge-seduce her and dump her, that's all he intends to do.

Blackmailed into a violent farce of a marriage, Daniella had no choice but to comply to protect Luca's life, even though it meant never being able to see him again. Years later, a twist of fate reunites them, throwing her plans of fleeing Rio out of the window and the love of her life straight back in.

Luca's flawless plan soon becomes complicated when he discovers Daniella is expecting his brother's child. It becomes even more complicated when old passions return. Can he actually go through with seducing her, bedding her, and then discarding her?


"I will get out here," Daniella said, reaching for the door handle.

"No, keep driving," Luca ordered, glaring at the chauffeur and pressing the central lock button.

Although he hadn't been back to the house, he clearly remembered where his brother had lived. It had been his parents' home and he'd grown up there. He would never forget the decrepit building that had desperately needed restoring. Paint had chipped and flaked off of the dreary walls, and the rooms were so small they felt claustrophobic. He'd spent many nights sitting on the roof listening to faint arguments between his parents, whilst he dreamed of a better life.

"You don't think I at least deserve an explanation? Some minor clarification as to why you just left me in the dark?" Luca stared at her intently, and she opened and then quickly closed her mouth again, biting down on her bottom lip until it darkened to a deeper tone of pink.

He kept his eyes on her, not even blinking, as he looked her up and down. She was a shadow of the vibrant girl he remembered; the Daniella he had known five years ago. Sitting beside him now she was scared, the fear was wild in her eyes, and she was clearly malnourished, evident from the black sack of a dress, which hung off her delicate frame.

"When did you last eat something?" It was more of a demand than a question.

"Excuse me?" He finally had her attention.

"You heard me. When did you last eat something?"

"That's none of your business." She pulled the cardigan tighter around her midriff and turned away from him.

"I'm concerned. You look ill."

"Well, I'm not. I'm…I'm…" He watched as she stumbled for her words. "I'm just grieving, okay?"

Fair enough, she may have been grieving for the last twenty-four hours. It was bound to have been a grueling short space of time for her to comprehend Miguel's death and have the customary quick funeral. But what about before Miguel's death? The circles under her eyes and fading blue marks across her jaw were old; her skin and hair were dull and lifeless and told a story.

They sat in silence as the chauffeur strategically maneuvered the Bentley through the favela's never-ending maze of winding roads, passing makeshift house upon house, small street markets, and gangs on each corner. Luca's eyes fixed on the house in front of them when the car eased to a halt a few meters away from their destination, and he recognized it instantly as his childhood home.

Reaching for the door, Daniella pulled on it a couple of times before he pressed the central locking release.

She looked over her shoulder and whispered, "You really have to go now."

He had given in far too easily years ago, this time he was a different man; a man who always got what he wanted, however cruel and ruthless he had to be. He had to remember that. Love had left him weak and feeble. It had taken time to gather himself and learn to never let emotions take over. Work was his haven, a place for him to focus and throw himself and his energy into. He would prove to Daniella that she had made the wrong choice.

Placing a hand on her shoulder, Luca's fingers brushed against her dark curls and the nape of her neck. "I'm not going anywhere this time." He leaned closer, his gaze fixed on her mouth. "I've come for something and I intend to get it."

About the Author:

I live in Essex, not too far from London, with my very understanding husband, our identical twin boys, and two Bedlington Terriers. We're crammed into our rather cozy two-up two-down terrace and we can barely swing a cat, but hey, we love it. I work part-time as a nurse, but when I'm off duty, you will find me either chasing the toddlers around like a headless chicken, head buried in a book, or tapping away at my stories.

I have always loved to read and romance is by far my favorite genre! You can easily escape into such promising worlds, where sexy Alpha males lead the way and strong heroines often can't help but fall head over heels in love. I adore a Happy Ever After, as I'm sure we all do if we're honest, right?

Reading and writing go hand in hand, and from the day I could read, I enjoyed writing. To put pen to paper and conjure up weird and wonderful little stories was what I thrived on! English was my favorite class at school right throughout to secondary, and I will always be thankful for the teachers who gave me the opportunities to develop and be creative! If I remember rightly, one of my first stories was called The Turkey Who Could Talk…but I'll tell you more about that some other day.

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Saturday, October 26, 2013

Book Tour: The Seduction of Emily by Rachel Brimble

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The Seduction of Emily
by Rachel Brimble
Historical Romance
Publisher: eKensington
Release Date: April 1, 2013
Heat Level: Steamy
Length: 225 pages

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Book Description:

Seduction is a wicked game, and no one plays it better than the devilish Will Samson in Rachel Brimble's captivating new novel. . .

Since girlhood, Emily Darson has accepted that she will marry Nicholas, the son of her father's trusted business partner. The marriage contract safeguards her family legacy, Emily's fortune, and everything she values--except her independence. Only when a sinfully handsome scoundrel enters her life does Emily realize quite how much a loveless match will cost her.

Will Samson has advanced from expert pickpocket to confidence trickster of the highest caliber. Now he has come to Bath to exact vengeance on the man who destroyed his mother--the man Emily will soon marry. But from his first glimpse of the enemy's bewitching, spirited fiancé, Will's plan changes.

Amid the ballrooms and salons of elegant society, heated glances explode into scandalous kisses. Revenge is sweet, but surrender will be irresistible. . .

Warning: This title is intended for readers over the age of 18 as it contains adult sexual situations and/or adult language, and may be considered offensive to some readers.


A movement barely inches to her side caught Emily's attention. She turned and swallowed the gasp that rose sharply in her throat.

It was the man who winked at her in the auction room.

He strolled toward her, his shining sea-blue eyes locked on hers. Her courage inside the room promptly abandoned her. Emily's heart turned over. He stood at least half a foot taller than she, his wide shoulders absurdly broad, his confidence disturbing. She bit back a nervous laugh as an entirely inappropriate imagining came unbidden into her mind. Oh, to have him fling her over those shoulders and escape with her into the night!

He flashed her a knowing smile-God spare her, she smiled back.

Never before had a man's gaze enticed such inexplicable naughtiness in her. Danger screamed its warning. What was she thinking? There was no time for dalliance or distraction. Nicholas's gruff cough snapped her attention.

The handsome stranger snatched his gaze from hers and touched his finger to the brim of his hat. "Good afternoon, sir."

Nicholas nodded. "Can I help you?"

"I wanted to offer my congratulations." The man held out his hand. "A very fine win."

After a moment's hesitation, Nicholas took his offered hand. "Thank you. Now, if you'll excuse-"

"Yes, quite the battle you had in there." Fine lines crinkled the corners of the stranger's phenomenal eyes. "Nothing beats a fiery one on one."

He turned and looked directly at Emily, his raised eyebrow referring the sentiment to her rather than Nicholas. She should have been outrageously affronted, yet a burst of delicious excitement rushed through her veins and warmed her body.

About the Author:

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I live with my fantastic husband, our two young daughters and my beloved black Labrador, Max in a small market town near the famous Georgian City of Bath. Having always 'played' with writing, I didn't seriously sit down and write toward publication until I became pregnant with my second daughter - then I told myself to get my butt in the chair and get on with it before she grows up and I'm forced to get a real job!

Lots of short stories followed as did lots of rejections! I took a few distance learning courses, joined some online writers groups and basically, learned my craft. Finally deciding short stories weren't working for me (they are an art form in themselves!), in 2006 I decided to embark on my first novel and voila Searching For Sophie was born! Since then, my other books have followed each year.

And when I'm not writing? You'll find me with my head in a book or walking the beautiful English countryside with my family. And in the evening? Well, a well-deserved glass of wine is never, ever refused.

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Book Tour: The Voice By Jennifer Anne Davis

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Title: The Voice
By Jennifer Anne Davis
Genre: YA Contemporary Romance

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During her abduction and assault, Audrey begins to hear a voice. She hopes she's not going crazy, because after what she's experienced, that's the most logical explanation. However, as she begins to listen to the voice, Audrey realizes that someone may be telepathically trying to help her.

Unfortunately, rescue isn't all she needs. In order to leave behind the constant reminders, she flees to her Aunt Kate's house in San Diego, and assumes a new identity. It works until the eighteen-year-old twin boys who live next door threaten to break through the protective walls she's worked so hard to build.

Between Caleb going out of his way to befriend her and Justin avoiding her at all costs, Audrey doesn't know if normalcy will ever find her again. But one thing is certain: When a familiar danger resurfaces, it's the same voice that she turns to -- a voice that is not only real, but a lot closer than she realizes.

Gripping and tastefully told, The Voice is a story of healing, trust, and courage.

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My Review:

I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.

Audrey is a seventeen year old girl whom was abducted from her home by someone she has known all of her life. Someone she knew and trusted most of the time. She was taken from her home the summer before she would enter her senior year in high school. Audrey had no clue where she was and she couldn't get away as she was kept tied up all the time. Audrey was hurt over and over all summer. But she had some condolence as she could hear a voice in her head. Some guy would talk to her telepathically. He was trying so hard to help Audrey you know help her stay sane not to break down and lose it all. He was very compassionate and Audrey came to depend on this voice that she could hear in her head. The voice in her head helped her to escape.

After Audrey went home to be with her family she was so afraid and she couldn't trust anyone. Audrey couldn't stay in the house that she was abducted from so she left home and went to stay with her mother's sister in California. Her Aunt Kate was a school teacher and she helped Audrey to become someone else and enrolled her at the same school where she worked. Audrey was afraid to stay alone so she went to school. There were two guys that lived next door to her Aunt who helped Audrey by being with her at school. Her Aunt and the two guys' twins Caleb and Justin had classes with her so she was never left alone. Caleb tried real hard to help Audrey all he could. But Justin didn't seem to like her very much at all and he didn't talk to her hardly any at all. He would walk with her to the classes that they had together. Audrey couldn't figure Justin out she knew for whatever reason that she kind of like Justin and it bothered her that he wouldn't talk to her. But at the same time she wasn't ready to have a relationship with anyone.

Audrey thought by going to California and staying with her Aunt Kate that she could leave her summer behind and starts to heal. But what she didn't count on was that the person who had kidnapped her could reach her from jail and was still making her life pure hell. But she was lucky that she had her Aunt and the two guys next door that really cared about her. They all helped Audrey a lot. They helped her to know and realize again that not everybody was bad that there were still some very good folks left in the world. People that still had hearts and could care about someone and keep them safe.

I really and truly love reading The Voice. There was times where I would just right out of the blue start crying. My husband got to the point where instead of asking me if I was ok he would say you still reading that book. And sometimes I would laugh right out loud. There was time when Audrey or one of the guys would do or say something that was just so sweet that you couldn't help but laugh after what she had been through. If you want to read a very great book then you definitely want to read The Voice. I wish or hope that there would be another book about Audrey and the twins. I would like to know how Audrey continues to get better and how she deals with what she has been through. I wouldn't want to see her go through the same thing again but it would be nice to see how she handles living out in the world on her own.

The Voice is one of those books that will grab your attention right from the first page and won't let go until the very last page. It will take you on an emotional roller coaster ride of your life. One minute you will be feeling low and the next you will be soaring in the sky. Warning: while reading The Voice be sure you have a box of Kleenexes sitting beside you at all times because you are going to need them big time.

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Jennifer graduated from the University of San Diego with a degree in English and a teaching credential. Afterwards, she married her high school sweetheart, worked as a legal assistant, and taught high school English. Jennifer is currently a full-time writer and mother of three young children. Her days are spent living in imaginary worlds and fueling her own kids' creativity.

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Friday, October 25, 2013

Spotlight: Hers To Choose By Patricia A. Knight

Author Bio: Patricia A. Knight is the pen name for an eternal romantic who lives in Dallas, Texas surrounded by her horses, dogs and the best man on the face of the earth - oh yeah, and the most enormous bullfrogs you will ever see. Word to the wise: don't swim in the pool after dark.

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Genre - Fantasy Romance
Publisher - Troll River Publishing
Release Date - 7/15/2013

Book Description:

Mentally scarred from her years as prisoner to the off-world invaders, Lady Sophillia Glorianna DeLorion, doubts she can be a fit sexual partner for any man - even one whose passionate green eyes make her remember what it is to desire.

Commander of the Queen's Royal Guard, Eric DeStroia had grown up watching the corrosive, soul-killing effects of arranged, aristocratic marriage and vowed to remain alone. But under his hardened military exterior, Eric has a kind heart. When the second Tetriarch suggests he marry a noble woman rescued from the enemy, Eric reconsiders, consoling himself with visions of sheltering a wounded dove under his mighty arm. Instead, he discovers a fierce falcon that refuses to stoop to his lure.

In the aftermath of their resounding defeat, a survivor from the enemy camp plotted a return to Verdantia to exact retribution. His first objective is the recapture of Lady Sophillia DeLorion. She had been unreachable until she went to the Oshtesh. Now, only Eric DeStroia stands in his way.


Excerpt One:

Commander of the Queen's Guard Eric DeStroia tortured the raven-haired courtesan lying beneath him-a surging thrust in, a prolonged, exquisite slide out. With a husky laugh, he hung her on the edge of climax for endless minutes. Eric reveled in her helplessness as he reduced her to abject begging. He enjoyed their "games". Who would break first?
Her control finally crashed, swept up by the tsunami of pleasure he created.
"Please, by all the Gods, Eric, please. Let me come. I can't take any more."
Smiling wickedly, he rolled them over, letting her ride. "Take your pleasure."
He clasped her hips and thrust into her deeply. His strong fingers dented her generous buttocks where he held her spiked on his steel-hard cock.
Inhaling deeply with a low groan, she could not disguise her hunger, her impatience. "Shall I take you with me, lover?"
"Think you can?" He grunted in amusement and shook his head. "You are too greedy, wench. You can't wait."
Grinding her clit along his pubic bone, she managed several long rolls, the inner flesh of her slick vagina massaging his cock with each undulation. With a groan of effort, he slammed up and held her impaled as his hips circled. Her eyes flared as the surge of pressure against her most sensitive parts swept away her dubious control. Writhing, impaled on his rigid cock, she cried out at the spectacular gratification of a long withheld orgasm. Her inner core contracted violently around him. She came forever. He choked on a grunt and finished. She barely noticed.
"Arrogant, hateful man," she muttered, her face buried against his chest. "You might at least pretend to let me win."
"I never pretend."
Limp, she sprawled across his muscled chest, tracing patterns with a manicured nail. "The rumor is you plan to take a squadron of the Queen's Guard to bring back DeLorion's sister from the Oshtesh."
She rolled off his chest, slowly disentangling their sweaty, delicate parts and lay on her back, trying to regain her breath. She rolled to her side, petting his broad chest. "Perhaps your arranged bride will look the other way if you are discreet."
"No. When-if-I marry, I will be faithful. I watched my father kill my mother's soul with his philandering. I respect women too greatly to imitate his ways." He struggled with his anger. "You are a favorite among the courtesans," Eric said. "Your bed won't be cold."
With a small moue of disappointment, she reached out a forefinger and ran it gently up his semi-hard length glistening with their combined fluids. While his heart remained indifferent to her charms, she could definitely affect a lower organ. She caught her lip between her teeth, delighted when his cock twitched in response.
"But none like you." She flashed him a coquettish look and arranged the sheets to cover her small breasts. "You are an outrageously beautiful man, Commander DeStroia, with an extraordinary talent for sex. My body will miss you."
Eric grunted. "I note you don't mention your heart. Come here to me, hussy."
He shifted to gather her into his arms, nestling her head across his chest, moving her slender thigh to rest between his. His hands wandered down her body, stroking muscles that were tight and firm, skin that felt like satin. The flesh of her small breast filled his hand. He caught the hard bud of her nipple and rolled it between his thumb and middle finger. He laughed softly at her moan of appreciation and moved over her, kneeing her legs apart and entering her already wet pussy with a gentle glide.
"Please yourself, lover. I don't think I can come again."
"Hmmm, you can't?" A wicked smile quirked the corner of his mouth. He kissed her lips, nipping gently. "You know 'can't' is not permitted," he whispered against her mouth. His eyes narrowed. "I give you my promise. You will."