Spotlight and Giveaway ~ Terry Spear ~ SEAL Wolf Hunting

Spotlight and Giveaway ~ Terry Spear ~ SEAL Wolf Hunting

Come meet the bachelors of Cottage Cove! Today I have Paul Cunningham here telling you what would make his perfect date! Don’t miss this great new paranormal romance by Terry Spear, SEAL Wolf Hunting. Title: SEAL Wolf Hunting Author: Terry Spear Series: Heart of the Wolf, #16 Pubdate: July 7th, 2015 ISBN: 9781402293825 Paul Cunningham has eluded many traps in his long career as a Navy SEAL, but there’s no way out of this one. On a rare visit home, he gets “volunteered” for a local charity bachelor auction, and the community is counting on him. Then he discovers that… Read more »

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Spotlight: Romancing the Wolf (Anthology)

Spotlight: Romancing the Wolf (Anthology)

Releasing June 30, 2015 Sexy and we know it! They’re on the hunt after your heart. Discover 10 brand new passionate tales of friendship, desire, wolves, survival, and redemption. Escape to another world, another place, and another romance.  On January 30th, discover love, romance, heat, and passion Romancing the Wolf with Melissa Schroeder, Heather Long, Saranna DeWylde, Rebecca Royce, Cara Carnes, Virginia Nelson, Jennifer Kacey, Brandy Walker, Desiree Holt and Gayle Donnelly. Warning: Contains wild heroes and heroines, tempestuous passion, old secrets, new discoveries, and pack ties binding them together. Sometimes love’s greatest challenge is romancing the wolf…  Find excerpt… Read more »

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Audiobook Review: The Engineer Wizard by Glenn Michaels

Audiobook Review: The Engineer Wizard by Glenn Michaels

The Engineer Wizard by Glenn Michaels is the first book in The Genie and the Wizard series.  This is a DNF review. After a very strenuous attempt to listen and make it though, I got to about the 1/2 way mark before deciding I just needed to move on. It has been a very long time since I have posted a DNF review. Making it just short of the half-way mark before throwing the towel in is a big deal for me and I feel I need to speak my mind about my thoughts.  After all ….  that is kind… Read more »

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Book Review: Siren’s Call by Jayne Castle

Book Review: Siren’s Call by Jayne Castle

Siren’s Call is Jayne Castle‘s fourth book in her Rainshadow series. Set in a fascinating world, Siren’s Call pulled me in and didn’t let me go! Siren’s Call is actually the first book I have read by this author and I was more than pleasantly surprised. Set in a unique world where aliens are no longer present, but their mark remains sets an intriguing setting for this story. With fascinating imagery being alluring in its own right, it is not the only strong aspect in this book. Outside the brilliant world building are equally enjoyable characters. Ella’s personality and secretive lifestyle… Read more »

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Audiobook Review: An Imperfect Witch by Debora Geary

Audiobook Review: An Imperfect Witch by Debora Geary

An Imperfect Witch by Debora Geary is the first book in her Witch Central series. With a light feel full of family and growth, this audiobook was a joy to listen to. An Imperfect Witch was kind of a random pick for me and not my normal go-to full of higher magic and action. This soft and sweet listen doesn’t quite fit into one genre either. It had a touch of magic and a touch of mystery, but overall this book was really about family and personal growth. It also touched on some of the more raw pieces of myself… Read more »

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Spotlight & Giveaway: Her Wicked Ride by Tilly Greene

Spotlight & Giveaway: Her Wicked Ride by Tilly Greene

Today I have the lovely Tilly Greene stopping by to talk about her top five favorite places and why!  Don’t miss the great giveaway from some of my stash including Tilly Greene Swag!  Tilly will be attending Authors After Dark in Atlanta.  Please click the graphic for more info! You may have noticed in my bio I mention traveling around. I’m lucky enough to do it and thought I’d share with you my favorite five places and why. Here we go: 5. India. We went from Mumbai to Chennai and quite few places in between. The food was interesting, very… Read more »

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