Wedlocked (PresLocke #3) by Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine #BookReview #excerpt
Wedlocked is the final book in the contemporary gay romance PresLocke trilogy, featuring mega Hollywood action star Ace Locke and too-sexy-for-his-Calvin-Kleins model Dylan Prescott. This book is pure, happy endorphins, a feel-good rush from start to finish. I actually cried at the end—for-real, happy tears. If you need a pick-me-up or just want to feel your heart fill up love, you must read this series! Don't start with Wedlocked, though. If you're new to Ace and Dylan, check out Aced instead!
April 22, 2012
Giveaway (US/Int): Author Jane Kindred on the delicate balance between darkness and light
I’ve been told by some that I write dark fantasy; on occasion, someone will tell me it’s too dark for them. Others tell me my fantasy isn’t quite dark enough to qualify, my dark characters not quite “other” enough—I received a rejection, once upon a time, from an agent who loved the story but was disappointed that my demons weren’t monsters.
I suppose, like me, my characters are constantly straddling this elusive middle ground between dark and light, good and evil, naughty and nice. I’ve always thought a person needed a good dose of both ends of the spectrum to be healthy. It’s one of the reasons my own blog title is “Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell”—metaphorically, it’s the place [...]
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