Dark Kiss is the first novel in a new YA series called Nightwatchers by author Michelle Rowan. Filled with demons, angels and a new supernatural creature this novel is sure to delight. Rowan offers romance, suspense and a battle against good and evil. I found this novel to be an easy, highly entertaining read and the start to an exciting new paranormal series.
Big Sky Country is the first in a new contemporary romance series called Swoon-Worthy Cowboys by popular author Linda Lael Miller. If you follow my blog, you know I am not a huge fan of contemporary romance. There are two exceptions; small towns and heroes in cowboy boots. I have read several of Miller’s series and loved them. In particular The McKettrick’s and the Creed’s. Big Sky Country offers a new town and cast of characters to fall in love with. Each of Miller’s books are designed to be read as standalone. I enjoy reading them in order and building relationships with the characters.
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Of Poseidon is the debut novel of author Anna Banks. It is the first in a new paranormal series, filled with mythology and legends of the fall of Atlantis. Of Poseidon is beautifully written. It delivers romance, suspense and an interesting twist on merpeople. While I felt the content was more geared towards a younger YA audience, I enjoyed the tale and will read book two to see what happens.
The Vanishing Game is the debut novel of Kate Kae Myers. It is a young-adult paranormal fiction that was thoroughly entertaining. Complete with an evil house, creepy characters and a slew of clues that kept me guessing. The synopsis promises an ending that will shock you and shock me it did. This was an intense, action packed, spooky thriller that kept me enthralled.
The coffee is fresh and I am excited to be interviewing author Lada Ray. She is making a stop here today, while on her Gold Train Blog Tour to celebrate the release of her novel in paperback format. In March I reviewed her novel Gold Train (Jade Snow International Adventure #1) . You can see my review here. Lada Ray will also be giving away a signed copy of her novel (US only) and an eBook copy(INT). …
Today I am featuring an excerpt from Jonathan Winn’s debut novel Martuk the Holy. It is currently free on Amazon until May 3rd at 11:59pm. So if you like it, go pick up a copy 🙂 Winn describes it as a literary horror/historical fiction:
by Jonathan Winn
Publication date: March 5, 2012
I am Martuk. Remember, it’s Martuk as in “too”. Or “two” with that hard “k” at the end. Martuk. The Holy. The audacity of it still makes …
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It’s a chance to spotlight books we are eagerly anticipating.
Shadows of the Nightby Deborah HarknessPublisher:PenguinPublication date: July 10, 2012Series: All Souls Trilogy #2Gene: Historical Paranormal RomanceBuy: Barnes and Noble /Amazon /Book Depository
“Together we lifted our feet and stepped into the unknown”—the thrilling sequel to the New York Times bestseller A Discovery of Witches
Deborah Harkness exploded onto the literary scene with her debut novel, A Discovery of Witches, Book One …
I am exciting to be a part of the First Days Cover Reveal hosted by Ashley @ The Bookish Brunette. Here is the cover reveal for the paperback scheduled to be release on October 30, 2012. I will be bringing you full reviews of the As the World Dies Trilogy at the end of July during my Fraterfest.
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Excited? Love Zombies and Awesome Characters? Then read the synopsis and learn about the author …
Life in the Land of IS..the Amazing Story of Lani Deauville is a memoir written by Betty Lee Crosby about the life of Lani Deauillle. Last year I reviewed Betty’s novel Spare Change and loved it. When Betty approached me to review this, I was a little hesitant. I don’t particularly read non-fiction and especially something that might make me cry. I will always be thankful to Betty for asking me to review this. It is truly an inspirational story, of human courage and the power of living in IS moments. I laughed more then I cried, and Lani’s story touched me. It is the kind of story that stays with you.