Growing in the Dark: The Evolution of the Christine Feehan’s Carpathian Mythology #exclusive #GuestPost #giveaway
In this exclusive peek inside the history and lore of the paranormal romance fan-favorite Dark Series by Christine Feehan, find out who the hero of Dark Legacy is and why the mages have always been a special favorite of Ms. Feehan's. Listen to her chat about how there is a good reason that the New Guard has not yet sworn fealty to Mikhail, and how the ancients and Lycans fit into the Carpathian mythology. Then leave a comment to ENTER TO WIN mass market paperbacks of the first two books in Dark Legacy's mini-story arc, Edge of Darkness and Dark Carousel (US addresses only).
September 10, 2012
Review: Hearts of Darkness (Deadglass #1) by Kira Brady
Nurse Kayla Friday has returned to Seattle to identify the body of her sister after her mysterious murder. While confronting her sister’s body, Kayla doesn’t expect to be interrogated by a large, dark, and ruggedly handsome man named Hart that seems to think she knows the location of a necklace her sister stole from his employer. Wanting to discover the truth behind her sister’s murder, Kayla decides to search for the necklace with Hart and is thrust into a centuries old war between two ancient shifter races, fighting for power and dominance under the noses of humanity. Hearts of Darkness is a GraveTells Must-Read!
September 7, 2012
Review: Double Dragon Seduction (A 1Night Stand short) by Kali Willows
What Gwen really needs for her birthday this year is a hot, unattached, one night stand. Luckily, she knows just the right person to call for the connection. Tatsu and Yong need a woman that can handle both of them along with their deepest secrets, and only Madame Eve has the unique talents to find the right woman for the job. But once these three meet in person they find a whole lot more than they were bargaining for--both in and out of the bedroom. Though the sex is steamy and the story has some action, Double Dragon Seduction left me feeling "Eh, whatever!"
May 19, 2012
Review: Seeking a Scribe (Enchanted Bookstore Legends #1) by Marsha A. Moore
After the loss of her parents and the end of her marriage, Lyra McCauley decides to travel north for the summer to Lake Huron, to visit and care for her Aunt Jean, who is battling cancer. There she meets Cullen Drake, the owner of a magical and mysterious bookstore, who has the key to Lyra’s hidden past and her favorite childhood book. Along with the book comes the memory of an entire world that she had forgotten, as well as a quest, a love, and a responsibility that has the potential to change everything she knows.
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