Giveaway (US/Int): Satan Jack is back and chatting about his lady love!
Let's give a warm welcome to Debra Anastasia, your 2012 Readers Choice Most Engaging Author!
A huge thanks for letting Satan Jack and I take over GraveTells today. We had a blast last time. Today we talk about Bittersweet Seraphim.
It was dark in my house. I was all alone except for my three nimrod dogs and my hairy pussy…cat. Technically, at lunchtime during a weekday it shouldn’t be this dark. The weather forecasters were tripping all over themselves to report the thick black clouds that filled the sky.
May 8, 2012
Review: Crushed Seraphim (Seraphim #1) by Debra Anastasia
An angel with a heart of gold and a dirty, smack-talking mouth, Emma got tossed out of Heaven on her ass by a creepazoid looking to overthrow God. She's got a limited time to try and change the heart and fate of Jason the half-breed, free God from a tight spot, and kick the overthrowing angel in his holy nuts. Oh, yeah, and there's the little problem of the devil being totally sexy, not as evil as she thought, and really well endowed. GraveTells thinks Crushed Seraphim is Worth A Look!
February 29, 2012
February 2012 GraveTells Book Awards: See our (and your) top picks!
Congratulations to our February Book Award winners!
Below are the books and authors who have been selected for our monthly book awards, by the reviewers and the readers. Enjoy!
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