Friday, September 18, 2015

Favorite Quote Friday, News, Review & a Giveaway

Happy Friday!  I missed posting last week, so I have quite a bit to share with you.  Let's start with . . .

RT Reviewers Choice Award for Best Vampire Romance Nominee
"A thrilling and chilling new paranormal series.  Fantastic!"
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Darkness Dawns in audiobook is on sale on for just $4.95!  If this is your first time hearing about it, Darkness Dawns is the first book in my bestselling Immortal Guardians series.  The audiobook is narrated by talented Kirsten Potter.  You can find it HERE.

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Heroes and Heartbreakers did a very fun post, Fantasy Casting my Immortal Guardians series.  Drop by, peruse the actors and see if you agree with their choices!  You can find it HERE.

Wonderful reviews continue to roll in for my summer releases—A Sorceress of His Own, Shadows Strike, and On the Hunt.  I know I keep saying this, but I'm so thrilled that readers and reviewers are enjoying them.  :-)

You can read the full review HERE.

You can read the full review HERE.

Thank you again, everyone who has taken time to rate or review the books.  I appreciate it so much!!

Look what came in the mail—my author copies of Shadows Strike.  Woohoo!!  

Now that I have them in hand, I thought I would give one away this weekend in a Flash Giveaway over on Facebook.  :-)  The contest starts today and will last through Saturday night.  See you on My Facebook Page!

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It's time once more for Favorite Quote Friday!  For today's selection, I thought I would give you another peek into the pages of my latest release—Shadows Strike.  This scene takes place very early in the book, shortly after Heather and Ethan meet for the first time.  I'll add that it's been a rather harrowing morning for Heather, who has just discovered that vampires really exist.  ;-)
Heather dragged her gaze away from him and glanced down, surprised to see several scratches on her hands.  She much have scraped them on rocks or sticks when Ethan and the vampire had knocked her down.  Though the cuts weren't deep, they had managed to birth a few beads of blood. 
She looked up at Ethan. 
A faint amber glow entered his eyes.  Was he drawn by the blood? 
She cleared her throat.  "If you start licking my hands, I'm going to totally lose it." 
He laughed—a deep rumble that warmed her insides and demanded she smile in return.  Then his grin twisted into a grimace of pain.  "Don't make me laugh." 
Have a wonderful weekend!


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