Early Book Review: Celtic Moon (Celtic Wolves #1) by Jan DeLima
This story continually adapts to the events of the overarching plot, a butterfly effect leaving behind new growths of budding storylines and future possibilities. The pace lags a little between the 50 and 80 percent marks, but comes crashing back with a creatively gruesome (in a great way, don't worry!) ending and a neat segue into what will likely be the next two books. If you're a fan of shifter stories and have been looking for your next "must read", look no further than Celtic Moon! With respectably original creativity and a satisfying blend of lore and powerful personalities, the Celtic Wolves series is off to a fantastic start.
May 31, 2013
Spotlight on: Gone with the Wolf’s alpha wolf CEO Drake Wilder
Please help me welcome author Kristin Miller and CEO alpha Drake Wilder from Gone With the Wolf!
I got the chance to sit down with Drake Wilder (Alpha werewolf for the Seattle Wolf Pack and CEO of Wilder Financial), the hero in Gone with the Wolf. (Aside: I must say, I pictured Drake Wilder when I wrote him, and had to fan myself a couple times during some key scenes, but meeting him in person? Yowzer. Hotter than I imagined.)
November 4, 2011
The Hero Chronicles: A Hero To Die For…
You know him – the one that makes your heart pound at the thought of being near him, and not just because he's so beautiful. Being the woman that wins his heart would satisfy you in a way nothing else could. He's the Hero.
October 28, 2011
Book Tour & Giveaway: The Legacy of Kilkenny Q&A with Pru & Abel
Today we're chatting with The Legacy of Kilkenny author Devyn Dawn's Pru & Abel, characters from the book!
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