Posts Tagged: Romantic Suspense

GIVEAWAY and REVIEW: The Letting by Cathrine Goldstein

GIVEAWAY and REVIEW: The Letting by Cathrine Goldstein

REVIEW The Letting was a very original dystopian world where young girls are “grown” and harvested in order to supply some sort of youth serum to a population in a “Utopian” city. It’s a good premise that was captivating and interesting. Veronica billings, or Veronica Killings—as the “rebellion” calls her—is responsible for more deaths than any other Leader in history. The problem is, she doesn’t realize she’s a killer because everything she’s ever been told has been a lie. I thought that was probably the most intriguing thing about this novel. I really liked the fact that no one side was altogether good or evil. There was a lot of moral ambiguity in here. Veronica has a blood type that is rare and which the leader of her government requires to keep him alive – he’s not a vampire! He’s a hemophiliac. So this sets up the conflict. Veronica is… Read more »

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99 CENT SHIFTERS and PARANORMAL BOXED SET

99 CENT SHIFTERS and PARANORMAL BOXED SET

“Looking for a new world to explore? Grab these twelve fantastic books for only 99 cents! Discover your new favorite urban fantasy author!” A spellbinding selection of 12 Urban Fantasy novels about shifters, sorcerers, witches and wizards, mages, ghost hunters, angels, demons, mutants, fairies, and more! The heroes in these hand-selected stories are all spectacular, whether born with special abilities or created, by choice or by science lab. The 12 tales contained within this bundle stretch the limits of imagination while blurring genre boundaries. What they all have in common is originality, and some of the most compelling voices in publishing today. Books may be read in any order. The professionally-formatted file includes all book covers and a clickable table of contents. Please note: some stories contain mature subject matter.

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$50 GIVEAWAY and REVIEW: Play of Light by Debra Doxer

$50 GIVEAWAY and REVIEW: Play of Light by Debra Doxer

REVIEW Play of Light is an almost sweet new adult romance with some mystery and suspense elements. The two main characters, Sarah and Spencer, meet as young kids. Sarah was just twelve and Spencer was fourteen. There was an instant connection between them, but two years is a pretty insurmountable age difference when you’re so young. Sarah spent her most of her life with a strange infatuation with this boy. She even has a few what-if daydreams about meeting him and talking to him. Which totally reminded me of being so young because that’s what you do. You make up all these crazy fantasies about how you’d meet. Or how he’d be sorry for not talking to you. Or, if you’re Kristi here on the blog, certain other things that we can’t talk about outside the street team. 😉 I really thought the memory trip stuff with Sarah was cute… Read more »

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KINDLE GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: Warlord by Lana Grayson

KINDLE GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: Warlord by Lana Grayson

EXCERPT “You’re lying if you say you want out of this life,” he said. I wished I hadn’t stared at his lips. Or concentrated on the baritone threat of his words. Or willed the twisted beat of my heart to slam against my chest. “I’m not part of Anathema,” I said. “No, but it’s part of you. And all the concerts and college loans and temper tantrums won’t get you out of the club. So what is it? Why are you so desperate to leave?” His fingers teased along the too-pink lace of my panties. My cheeks flushed with the same innocence, but I didn’t let him scare me. “Why are you so desperate to keep me here?” He liked that challenge. “If you knew what was good for you, you’d go running back to your big brothers.” “We’re not talking at the moment.” “Maybe you should be a good… Read more »

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GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: Blamed by Edie Harris

GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: Blamed by Edie Harris

EXCERPT Riding the crowded train tucked against Vick’s side was crazy, stupid wonderful, spurring an insistent warmth in the region of her chest that had very little to do with how many layers she wore against the February chill. Damn it. It would be so much more convenient to blame the scarf. The train car lurched, causing a morning commuter to jostle her from behind. Immediately, Vick tightened his arm around her waist. After they had boarded the Brown Line at Armitage, he’d sandwiched her between his big body and a metal pole, using his forearm to steady her as he gripped the pole with a gloved hand. The entire left half of her body soaked up the heat from his tall, muscled frame, and Beth couldn’t help but heave a silent, melting sigh at the glorious perfection of him. Though he was entirely too perfect, in her opinion. She… Read more »

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$15 GIVEAWAY and COVER REVEAL: Coming For You by JA Huss

$15 GIVEAWAY and COVER REVEAL: Coming For You by JA Huss

a Rafflecopter giveaway About JA Huss JA Huss is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than twenty romances. She likes stories about family, loyalty, and extraordinary characters who struggle with basic human emotions while dealing with bigger than life problems. JA loves writing heroes who make you swoon, heroines who makes you jealous, and the perfect Happily Ever After ending. You can chat with her on Facebook (www.facebook.com/AuthorJAHuss), Twitter (@jahuss), and her kick-ass romance blog, New Adult Addiction (www.newadultaddiction.com). If you’re interested in getting your hands on an advanced release copy of her upcoming books, sneak peek teasers, or information on her upcoming personal appearances, you can join her newsletter list (http://eepurl.com/JVhAr) and get those details delivered right to your inbox. Website • Blog • Twitter • Facebook • Goodreads

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GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT:  Master Over You by Cerys du Lys and Ethan Winters

GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: Master Over You by Cerys du Lys and Ethan Winters

Welcome to my stop on the Master Over You Tour hosted by Xpresso Tours! So yeah, I just read this excerpt and mmmmhhmmm. I’m intrigued!  Take a look and see, then enter the awesome giveaway below! EXCERPT I don’t hate woman, alright. I don’t like them much, but I try not to think about it. I just don’t care either way. If they’ve got their shit together and know their place, then I’m content. I kidnap them, I train them, and eventually they become better. That’s how it’s supposed to work, at least. I’m skipping a step at the end, but I’m not involved with that. I can’t be. I’m too good at everything else. It’s impossible for me to be good at that, too. The point here is, Angeline needs to back the fuck up and re-evaluate what’s going on and who she’s dealing with. In fact, I’m going… Read more »

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GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: PROFILE (Social Media #5)

GIVEAWAY and EXCERPT: PROFILE (Social Media #5)

EXCERPT I knock again. “Gra-aaace.” I blow out a breath of air and look over my shoulder at Bigmy. “She’s still here, right? I mean, she never left last night.” “She never left, boss. Someone was here all night.” “What time did you leave?” “Hmmm.” He hums as he thinks. “The guard from Ray’s team relieved me around midnight, I think? I got called back after a few hours. You were already asleep on the couch. The doorman saw me.” I knock again, but the feeling in the pit of my stomach can’t be denied. Something is wrong. “Grace,” I call out, pressing my forehead to the wooden door. “Answer me or I’m coming in.” I press my ear up against the door and listen. Nothing. “Here.” I thrust the coffee and muffin at Bigmy and fish through my pocket for the key to Grace’s apartment. I push it into… Read more »

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$10 GIVEAWAY and INTERVIEW: Wishful Thinking by Elle Jefferson

$10 GIVEAWAY and INTERVIEW: Wishful Thinking by Elle Jefferson

  AUTHOR INTERVIEW Did you know that my life as a writer started when I was pregnant with my second child? I had just finished my fifth or sixth read through of Harry Potter and was left going “now what?” And thus I started writing. In the beginning I started reading all the books I could find on writing … on editing … on plots … on characters … on grammar. I took classes, mostly online, and then I plunged head-first into the world of writing. It was in the seas of writing while trying to tread water but mostly drowning that I learned of a forum. It was a magical forum where other wannabe writers talked, shared, laughed and mostly gave each other encouragement (I also happened to meet Colleen Hoover there long before Slammed became a NY Times bestseller). It was through this forum that I met some… Read more »

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