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Happy Release Day, Crymsyn Hart!

I told you I don’t blog much, and I meant it. But today I’m back with another fabulous, fresh new read for you! My darling friend Crymsyn Hart’s Secret Cravings debut is live for your reading pleasure this morning! She brings us a sweet and sexy contemporary romance that’s sure to rev your engines! Take a peek, why don’t you?

LUBE IT UP

Crymsyn Hart

Lube it Up by Crymsyn HartLara Kinman has returned home for her father’s funeral. It’s been almost a decade since she’s been home and doesn’t expect a happy homecoming with her brother.  However, when she returns, Lara runs in her ex-boyfriend Hale Dobbs. He isn’t anything like she remembered. The awkward boy has been replaced by a gorgeous man.

Hale tries to distract Lara from her grief by inviting her out for dinner. She agrees because there’s no need to worry because she’s not going to be in town long enough for anything to blossom between them. Little does she know that her family history has finally caught up with her. Can Hale help grease her wheels to reveal her true feelings for him? Or will Lara have to take over the family business and cut him completely out of her life?

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I don’t always blog, but when I do…

…I bring you really awesome new things. Or in this case, a newly revamped thing. Guys, I can’t tell you how inordinately happy I am to be able to post this today, because let me tell you, I absolutely adore this book. I do. It’s awesome. It makes me happy. And it was written by one of my best friends in the world.

You see, I was there for the birth of this story. I watched it grow and change from the pages of a notebook in a coffee shop to in Rock Hill to a digital manuscript. I watched as it became a book in its own right, then got this beautiful new facelift. And here it is…the latest Ellora’s Cave Shivers novel.

Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you Hellsong by the incomparable Alexandra Christian.

Hellsong by Alexandra ChristianTheo is a child of the storm, found wandering after the hurricane that devastated New Orleans, with no memory of her past. She’s made a quiet, contented existence for herself. But all that changes when two very different but equally compelling men come into her life.

Dantalion and Saraqael both want her body, and her soul. But there’s a much greater prize at stake. If she chooses right, she’ll find Heaven in the arms of an angel. If she chooses wrong, all Hell will be let loose on Earth.

A Romantica® horror erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

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EXCERPT

The heavy clunk of her boots on the sidewalk marked off each step toward her car. The sound seemed to reverberate on the brick walls all around. The streetlamp beside her car flickered and she had to shield her eyes to see as she approached. She finally reached the car and began attempting to unlock the door. She felt around with her fingertips, seeking out the tiny keyhole. By now the rain was coming down in sheets and that, coupled with the flickering streetlight, wasn’t helping her progress much. “Damn it,” she cursed, shoving the key at the door and missing the hole completely. She gasped and dropped her keys as lightning struck mere feet away from her, taking out the already ailing streetlamp. “Fuck, fuck, fuck…” she shrieked, nearly in tears. She fell to her knees, feeling around on the soaking wet street to find the key ring.

A car whizzed past behind her back, close enough to make her jacket rustle with the tailwind. When lightning flashed again, she saw a glimmer of metal under the car. If she got down on her belly she could just reach it. She groaned with the strain of her muscles as she stretched her hand toward the keys. She started to panic a little, hearing a heavy footfall behind her. The heels dragged along the gravel and stopped right behind her foot. She closed her eyes and took a couple of deep breaths, trying to muster up the courage to sit up and face what knew must be a psychokiller.

“Do you need some help?” The voice was soft, tinged with an accent Theo couldn’t place. She sat up, staring up at this new person. She couldn’t see his face save for the lines and shadows illuminated by the erratic lightning flashes.

“I dropped my keys,” she whimpered, knowing that she probably shouldn’t tell this stranger anything about herself. “They slid under the car.”

“Slide back, then,” he replied. She obeyed and watched as he squatted down gracefully and easily plucked the keys from their resting place under the car. “Are these what you’re looking for?” The keys dangled from his sinewy fingertips in front of her face. In that moment, the streetlamp flickered to life again and poured a fluorescent glow over them both. She was struck by the electricity of his eyes. They were like blue flames staring down at her. His hair and skin were so pale she could hardly believe he was real. Perhaps it was a trick of the light, but for a moment she was sure that his skin was glowing silver. He offered his other hand and she took it, allowing him to pull her to her feet.

“Thank you,” she stammered, her teeth chattering in the frigid air. While sitting on the ground, she had become soaking wet, the dampness chilling her to the bone. She reached out to take the keys and her fingers brushed his. His hands were so warm. She had a sudden feeling that she’d like to press her body against his, absorb his warmth. He seemed to read her mind and looked down, smirking. “I’m not sure how I would have gotten them if you hadn’t come along.”

“Well, you should be careful. Not everyone lurking about is as nice as I am.” He smiled again, making Theo’s heart race. “Now be a good girl and get into your car. I want to see that you’re safe before I go.”


About Lexxx

My name is Alexandra Christian, or Lexxx if you like (yes, those three Xs are on purpose). I’m an author of mostly paranormal erotic romance and horror. In case you don’t know what that means, I write about not-so-nice girls getting it on with out-of-this-world heroes. Vampires, werewolves, selkies, angels and demons—and that’s just recently! My first novel was published two years ago and ever since, I’ve been working my sweet Southern ass off to churn out as much sin and debauchery as I can.

A while ago, I christened myself The Southern Belle from Hell and I think it’s a title that suits me well. I live in a small town in South Carolina—the same town I’ve lived in my entire life. The rich Southern culture, fried foods and a healthy dose of superstition have colored my personality and my writing style. I have an extremely tolerant husband who is the epitome of the Southern male with his buttery-thick accent, laid-back swagger and simple sweetness that makes women of all ages swoon. Of course, how we ended up together is a miraculous wonder. I’m a closeted Goth and when we go out, he looks like my chaperone, but it works! We’re kind of a Herman and Lily Munster in our neighborhood and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

I’ve published several novels, novellas and short stories so far and look forward to sharing my twisted view of reality with the masses through erotic paranormal romance and horror. I aspire to one day be a bestselling author and part-time pinup girl. Questions, comments and complaints are most welcome.

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Book Spotlight: Awaken The Elements

Morning, lovies! I’ve got a nice little treat for you today. My friend Ellie Potts has a beautiful new title fresh off the e-presses for your enjoyment.  It’s a spicy little tale of epically sexy proportions!

Awaken the Elements - Ellie Potts

Awaken the Elements

*Mature 18+ for explicit adult situations.
Dark Erotic Fantasy, Menage- M/M/F, M/F, M/M*

Autumn has tried all her life to be normal, and it worked mostly. But Autumn is not normal. She doesn’t know exactly what she is or why she is so different. She does know that she can make plants grow without water or dirt, she can talk to trees, and when she is mad she can make the earth move around her. There is one other person who is different like her, Anatha, her cousin. But the two have never really gotten along.

As a virus sweeps the globe, making people seek government sanctioned safe houses. Autumn and Anatha’s family find themselves in an unlikely safe house. But they are not alone; there are friends, ex-friends, ex-boyfriends, a reunited boy band, and a wannabe rapper. Friendships grow and jealousies run crazy, as two men spark a passion in Autumn she had never felt before.

During their first summer, Autumn and Anatha, perform a summer solstice ritual which awakens the magic inside them, leading them on the path towards their destiny. But first they need to learn to control the magic that is in them as well as learn to get along, or they will destroy everything around them.

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Author Excerpt: The Odin Blood Series

Good morning again!

Yesterday I introduced you to Ronnell D. Porter, who joined me for an interview during his recent book tour. [CLICK HERE FOR THE INTERVIEW!] Today we’re taking a deeper look into his Odin Blood series with an excerpt!

[I’m going to be honest here… this one really caught my attention because I love the whole idea of Nordic mythology and history. The premise makes me smile.]

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FROM THE ODIN BLOOD SERIES

Dagger Heart by Ronnell D. PorterThe soft candlelight lit her room with hot yellow flickers of flame as she held a black iron jewelry box in her lap. It was so intricate, so lovely, and it allowed her to not only read Finn’s words of love, but to run her fingers across them so that she knew that he was real, that the feeling of his love wasn’t just the fading dream of a naïve girl. When she closed her eyes and held the jewelry box close to her, she could almost see his round face, his dark hair, brows, and lashes contrasted against the pallor of his skin, and those eyes that always seemed to catch whatever light was near to make them glow, even with the faintest of rays in the night. They were the eyes of the Fae blood within him, eyes that held an ancient magic and natural wisdom pooled in shades of forest green.

Finn rolled onto his side and took her hand into his. He left soft kisses along her hand, her wrist, and slid his body against hers.

“I want you to know that I’d decided never to leave your side again,” he said. He looked suddenly uncomfortable, his brow strewn together and his jaw clenched tightly. Then he finally drew in a deep breath through his nose and nodded to himself.

“Before I returned here, I think I was starting to forget what it was likEbon Heart by Ronnell D. Portere to be human… To be me. Emotions were starting we feel dulled, and something like a memory. Suddenly what was important in my like didn’t seem to matter much; my old life, the death of my brothers, my mother, my father… Even you. I almost didn’t return to Nornör at all, but something inside of me – maybe the last little piece of humanity inside of me – urged me back here. And suddenly, when I saw you again, all of the parts of me that got lost inside of that wolf’s body began to come back together. Suddenly I felt fire again, and passion, and I felt that there was something that gave my life meaning again. When I held you for the first time, I felt whole again.”

Finn grew bolder, and nodded to himself.

“I can’t risk forgetting who I am again – but more importantly, I can’t risk forgetting what you mean to me.”

“I don’t think you ever would have forgotten who you are,” Erica said.

“I very nearly forgot you – that’s bad enough. I wouldn’t want to live with myself if I’d forgotten your name, your face, your voice, your scent…”

“You won’t,” Erica whispered. She cradled his head against her chest and let him rest there as she tangled her fingers into his thick black hair. “I promise that you’ll never have to go another day of your life without me there to remind you of who you are. You are Finn Úlfurson, the man that I have loved since the first time we ran through the woods and howled together like maniacs.”

Finn chuckled against her, and lifted his head.

“And you are Erica, great leader to the people of Nornör, and the woman I have loved since you struck me over the head with a rock.”

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WHERE TO GET THEM

Dagger Heart (Book 1)
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Ebon Heart (Book 2)
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Author Showcase: Ronnell D. Porter

Morning, darlings!

I’d like to take a minute to introduce everyone to a wonderful author I recently had the pleasure of interviewing. Ronnell D. Porter joined me on March 26th during his recent book tour for his Odin Blood series. I’ve hijacked him again for a two-day showcase. Today we’re talking about him and his books. Come back tomorrow for a sampling from the series!

CLICK HERE FOR THE INTERVIEW!

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ABOUT RONNELL

Ronnell D. PorterRonnell D. Porter was raised in Ogden, Utah, and now resides in Denver, Colorado. During his free time he plays the violin, dabbles in graphic design, and, of course, thoroughly enjoys writing stories. He believes that a novel written simply to entertain does its readers a disservice; instead, a book’s narrative should always change the way we perceive the world around us, and grant us a little more wisdom than we had when starting the story.

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DAGGER HEART
Book 1 – The Odin Blood Series

Published: January 26, 2012
Word Count: 70,000
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Mystery
Content Warning: It does contain some graphic fantasy violence as there is a sequence wherein an army of undead invades the heroine’s homeland, and a Tolkien-ish battle ensues. 16+ recommended

Dagger Heart by Ronnell D. PorterNorway, 704 A.D.

The valiant King Ulfur defeated the evil that swept the seaside village of Nornör into despair; Morgan, the demon witch, has been dead for nearly twenty years. The truce between King Úlfur and the Queen of the Fae has remained intact since the day that Morgan’s dark curses vanished. It seemed that peace had finally come to the wounded souls of the village.

But this peace is shaken when three curses that Morgan promised with her dying breath are placed upon the Norwegian village: who among them has cast the spell?

Seventeen-year-old Erica finds herself trapped in the middle of a witch’s deadly revenge scheme with no way out but to fight for survival. On top of trying to end the curses devouring her village like a savage beast she finds herself at the center of attention when it comes to Viking King Úlfur’s three sons: Kriger, Paul, and Finn.

Three of them will fight alongside her.

Two of them want to marry her.

One of them could be the son of King Úlfur… and Morgan.

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EBON HEART
Book Two – The Odin Blood Series

Ebon Heart by Ronnell D. PorterPublished: January 22, 2013
Word Count: 70, 000
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Mystery

“You know not of King Bersek, Lord of Berserkers… The Berserkers are men of darkness; heartless and unyielding. They know no fear, they know no pain – and the sound of them ripping and slashing and tearing people apart by their limbs: chaos incarnate.”

One year after triumphing over the events surrounding the cursed Blackthorn Dagger, Queen ‘Dagger Heart’ Erica receives an ominous warning from a group of survivors that arrives in her village of Nornör: an army like no other, steeped in dark necromancy, heads for her Norwegian shores. With the winter solstice quickly approaching and no sign of the black wolf that used to roam the woods of her lands, she races against time to uncover the mystery of The Necromancer, as well as the absence of her dear friend and love, Finn.

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Be sure to stop by tomorrow to read more!

Juniper Grove Presents: The Odin Blood Series by Ronnell D. Porter

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Good morning, guys and dolls. So I made this huge, bumbling mistake and forgot to actually set the following interview as a real post for yesterday. It has been sitting in my drafts folder, waiting patiently… then I realized what I’d done and I feel so awful. [Pause to hang head in shame.]

Though I’m horribly late, please welcome Ronnell D. Porter to talk about himself and his writing.

20 Questions with Ronnell D. Porter

Ronnell D Porter

SK: Tell us about your most recent work and where we can get it:

RDP: My most recent work is a sequel to Dagger Heart called Ebon Heart, and it can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, and Smashwords. It begins exactly one year after the ending of the previous book, and deals with Erica trying to figure out her new role in society. After being a pariah her entire life, suddenly she’s praised as a hero and is the center of attention. I imagine that would be a very daunting experience, but something she’ll have to get used to.

SK: Your inspiration – is it from your imagination or from personal experience?

RDP: The imagination. I live vicariously through my stories. I think if I lived a more exciting life I wouldn’t be a writer.

SK: If given the opportunity to meet one of your characters in real life, which would it be and why?

RDP: I would want to meet Lucius Knight. He has lived long enough to understand how politics work in this world, and I would love to chip some wisdom off of that brain of his. I would also enjoy his company more than I probably would any other character, though there are a few other characters who come as a close second. But the main attraction is that Lucius doesn’t judge, he understands human weakness, and I would be very interested in knowing how he feels about meeting his creator face-to-face.

SK: What comes first, the plot, the characters, or the setting?

RDP: I would say the plot and setting usually come hand-in-hand: I couldn’t really decide on Vikings without having to place them in Scandinavia. But usually the plot.

SK: When you write, is it with or without visual/audio stimulation (tv, music, etc.)?

RDP: I always write to music. When I first started out, I couldn’t listen to any music that contained lyrics – I found them too distracting. Now that’s not the case, and most of the songs on my playlists involve lyrics of some sort. I also make a special playlist for each novel since they tend to set the mood and help me focus quicker than I would without its influence.

SK: Who is in control when you write, you or your characters?

RDP: Most certainly myself. I tend to focus to the point that I know my characters as though they were real human beings, so I can speak for them very easily and stay true to their personality. But it’s still me.

SK: What inspires you to write?

RDP: Changing minds and challenging points of views.

SK: Think fast: give me the silliest plot line you can think up!

RDP: A good ol’ Mormon girl preparing for her mission falls in love with a gay porn star at first (accidental) sight and sets off on a road trip to Los Angeles to track him down and profess her feelings to him. I’m not sure if that’s disturbing or if I should pursue that story… (o.0)

[SK: I have to say… I almost fell out of my chair laughing at this one! I think Mr. Porter certainly needs to write this one, doesn’t he?]

SK: Golden Girls Fans: If you had to compare yourself to one of the Girls, which one would you be most like and why?

RDP: I would be a Dorothy – a tall lumbering cloud of cynicism that drenches my companions in the soggy rain of sarcasm wherever we go. But they’ll still thank me for being a friend.

SK: Best monster ever: vampire, werewolf, or zombie?

RDP: Vampires. There’s a promise of sophistication and sensuality that comes hand-in-hand with the creatures of shadow. Werewolves would come second, but nothing I would prefer to be or see outside of film. And zombies, well… They were interesting four decades ago; I really don’t understand the appeal today, but to each their own.

SK: If the apocalypse happened tomorrow, how would you react?

RDP: Indifferently. To say that there would be regrets would be to assume that I would be a special abnormality and survive the apocalypse. But since I’m assuming that an apocalypse is an end-all type of affair I suppose I really wouldn’t care once it happened since I would be dead.

SK: Tell us how you really feel about the 50 Shades of Gray hype.

RDP: A travesty in both how it came into being (Twilight Fan Fiction) and what it teaches young women to expect in a partner. Lastly I’m disappointed that I didn’t write it myself: I am not above writing the most offensive drivel in the history of mankind in exchange for a seven figure check.

SK: Be honest…which are better: Boxers or Briefs?

RDP: Neither, both were flawed and we only realized that much when the boxer-brief appeared in the fossil record of men’s undergarments. Briefs tend to be more snug where the thighs meet the pelvis. Boxers are too much trouble, first trying to keep them from bunching up when you put your pants on, and secondly having to straighten them out throughout the day when you think no one is looking. The boxer-brief solves both issues with a sleek partial legging that hugs the upper thigh just enough to remain where they should when you’re putting on your pants, and not too tight at all around the thighs and pelvic region. They are the paragon of men’s hosiers.

SK: Favorite author?

RDP: Christopher Hitchens; I’ve never seen writing quite like his. He was a master of the English language.

SK: Favorite book?

RDP: That’s a tie for The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton and Brideshead Revisited Evelyn Waugh.

SK: Favorite movie?

RDP: I love film, so that’s a difficult one to pinpoint. A few that are in the running are Before Night Falls, Loves of a Blonde, We Need To Talk About Kevin, Pretty Baby, Love and Death on Long Island, In Dreams, Dancer In The Dark, Gypsy 83, Silent Hill, and Melancholia.

SK: Favorite song?

RDP: Marty Robbins – They’re Hanging Me Tonight.

SK: Literary Hot Button: What are your thoughts on Writer’s Block? Does it exist? How do you overcome it?

RDP: It certainly exists for me. In most cases I stop writing that story for a while and move onto something else. Then I’ll return to the previous novel when inspiration strikes again. This was the case with Ebon Heart, where I’d written the first few chapters, got stuck, and moved on to write The Untold Want. Then, much later, I returned to Ebon Heart and finished it. The cover art was also a bit of a spark of inspiration as well, once I had that.

SK: If you were told you could never write again, what would you do to fill your time?

RDP: Be the first storyteller to deal exclusively in audio books.

SK: Of your backlist/coming soon agenda, what’s your favorite story? Why?

RDP: Of novels to come, my favorite is an untitled project I’m working on alongside the third Odin Blood book. It’s a horror story about a place a few miles from my hometown called Eden, UT, which is built around a huge lake with an island at its center, and an interesting history (there is a town beneath the lake, flooded in the 1930’s). My cousin lived there and I spent my summer there growing up. It’s currently my favorite since there are characters that I can relate to more than the paranormal romance hero/heroine type of characters. These are individuals who face dark issues and aren’t expected to do the right thing by the end of the novel because they aren’t heroes.

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About The Odin Blood Series

Published: January 26, 2012
Word Count: 70,000
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Mystery

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Note: Dagger Heart is currently FREE on Amazon!

NorwayDagger Heart by Ronnell D. Porter, 704 A.D.

The valiant King Ulfur defeated the evil that swept the seaside village of Nornör into despair; Morgan, the demon witch, has been dead for nearly twenty years. The truce between King Úlfur and the Queen of the Fae has remained intact since the day that Morgan’s dark curses vanished. It seemed that peace had finally come to the wounded souls of the village.

But this peace is shaken when three curses that Morgan promised with her dying breath are placed upon the Norwegian village: who among them has cast the spell?

Seventeen-year-old Erica finds herself trapped in the middle of a witch’s deadly revenge scheme with no way out but to fight for survival. On top of trying to end the curses devouring her village like a savage beast she finds herself at the center of attention when it comes to Viking King Úlfur’s three sons: Kriger, Paul, and Finn.

Three of them will fight alongside her.
Two of them want to marry her.
One of them could be the son of King Úlfur… and Morgan.

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Title: Ebon Heart (Book 2)
Published: January 22, 2013
Word Count: 70, 000
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Mystery

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Sequel to ‘Dagger Heart’.

“You know not of King Bersek, Lord of Berserkers… The Berserkers are men of darkness; heartless and unyielding. They know no fear, they know no pain – and the sound of them ripping and slashing and tearing people apart by their limbs: chaos incarnate.”

One year after triumphing over the events surrounding the cursed Blackthorn Dagger, Queen ‘Dagger Heart’ Erica receives an ominous warning from a group of survivors that arrives in her village of Nornör: an army like no other, steeped in dark necromancy, heads for her Norwegian shores. With the winter solstice quickly approaching and no sign of the black wolf that used to roam the woods of her lands, she races against time to uncover the mystery of The Necromancer, as well as the absence of her dear friend and love, Finn.

BOOBS!

Ahem… now that I have your attention, let me tell you first and foremost that I have shamelessly tricked you to get you onto my blog today. That tactic is called a “bait and switch” for those who don’t know, and it’s all part of the social experiment. Yes, it’s a known psychological fact that certain words and phrases trigger automatic reactions in humans. I know. I studied psychology for a few years.

Throughout the month of March, I’m going to be conducting two experiments, which means the purpose of this post is twofold.

FIRST – I’m going to track which of my posts get more hits – the ones with raunchy, quirky titles, or the ones with normal, intelligent titles.

SECOND – For those of you that hang around and read this far, I’m offering a choice regarding romantic fiction. I recently had two books release within days of each other. One was contemporary romance. The other was paranormal romance.  I want to see which one sells better.

So to you, my readers, I present said choice. I want you to do two things now. First, I want you to choose one of the books below and buy it. Then after you read it, I’d like you to come back and leave me a comment telling me which one you chose and why. If you’re willing, I’d also like for you to tell me what you liked and didn’t like about the book.  If you choose to buy and read both, PLEASE come back and tell me which one you liked better and why.

Anyone who participates will be entered into a drawing (details to come!) at the end of March.

The point of this experiment? To see which of the romance subgenres has a bigger following. So, ladies and gentlemen…

MAKE YOUR CHOICE:

CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE

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Something In the Air
Purple Sword Publications

Release Date: February 6, 2013

Kelly Ray Patrick is a sweet, southern girl who has never been lucky, either in finances or in love. But as the recent co-recipient of a lottery jackpot, she and her friends have set out on a Valentines-themed singles cruise in the hope of relaxing and meeting Mr. Right. Only, to Kelly Ray’s surprise, Mr. Right appears to be her best friend, Dominic James. Nic appears to be feeling the effects of the trip as well, and has discovered his own interest in Kelly Ray.

The only thing stopping them: their friend, Trevor, who has been carrying a torch for Kelly Ray since they were all kids. Will respect for that friendship be enough to stem the budding relationship, or will they throw caution to the wind and indulge in their desires?

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PARANORMAL ROMANCE

 Loki'sGame 200x300Loki’s Game
Sugar & Spice Press

Release Date: February 9, 2013

Unemployed museum curator Lily Redway responds to an advertisement in the newspaper, thinking she is applying for a job. On the other side of that small, black-and-white box awaits two things: a fantasy world come to life, and a man named Rowan Keir.

Rowan is a man with many secrets. He is a shape-shifter, a descendent of old world mythology, and the guardian of a rare and valuable Nordic artifact. He is also being hunted by the god Loki and has spent the last six-hundred years outsmarting and outrunning him.

With the fury of Asgard on Rowan’s trail, Lily finds herself caught up in a real-life fantasy story, a love triangle, and an ages-old war that pitches her into a different world and one very hard truth:

All is fair in love and war.

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