Giveaway (US/Int): author Sadie Hart on waking up and falling in love
Please help me welcome award-winning author Sadie Hart!
Never start a story with a character waking up. That was an old piece of advice bouncing around in my head that I’d never been able to shake. And while Cold Mercy doesn’t start with a character rolling out of bed, that’s exactly how the main male character Bay Hollister came to me. Fresh from another of his nightmares, slick with sweat, with the haunting monster of his dreams back.
And I fell in love.
February 7, 2013
Review: Cold Mercy (Northern Wolves #1) by Sadie Hart
Compelling and endearing, Cold Mercy is a fun, interesting ride. If you want to get lost in a story about the Fae, shifters learning to control their new instincts that they never asked for, and humans getting caught up in the crossfire, I recommend reading this one!
October 31, 2012
October 2012 GraveTells Book Awards: See our (and your) top picks!
Congratulations to our October 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!
October 8, 2012
Book Tour & Giveaway (US/Int): Vamps vs shifters… who gets YOU going?
Please help me welcome GT award-winning author Sadie Hart!
Shape-shifters, hands down. Now, I say that with one exception. In the early Laurel K. Hamilton stuff (I haven’t read anything in a while, I move away from First Person POV’s fairly regularly and just never circled back), I was a total Jean-Claude fan over Richard. I hated Richard’s whiny-ness (which might very well get my butt kicked, sorry Richard-fans!), but Jean-Claude? –shivers- Oh, yeah.
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