It’s the last day of September, friends, and to close out the month I’ve brought a fabulous lady and author for a visit, Lucy Felthouse! I’ve been following along Lucy’s new release every Wednesday on the Mid Week Tease and I have to say when the chance came up to spotlight this book, I was ever so happy to do it. I’ve loved all the little snippets and now it’s finally here in full! Please welcome Lucy and her newest release, Timeless Desire…
Out Now – Timeless Desire by Lucy Felthouse @cw1985 #erotica #romance #paranormal #ghost
Emily arrives at Westbury Hall with a job to do. She’s to clean and conserve all of the books in their impressive library, preserving them for future generations. Not long into her stay at the house, she bumps into the night guard, George. She’d expected an old, balding guy with a comb over, so the hunky chap she actually meets is a very pleasant surprise. The introductions complete, George leaves Emily in peace to get on with her job. But when a falling photograph sets off a chain reaction of ghostly events, Emily and George are thrown together in order to find out who—or what—is causing them. Their investigation uncovers a tragic past, a lost love, and a stunning secret.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a revised and extended of a previously published title, Love Through Time.
Available from: http://lucyfelthouse.co.uk/published-works/timeless-desire/
Add to Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22911436-timeless-desire
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It’s Monday. And we all know what a beast this day of the week can sometimes be. Which is why I’ve brought one of the cutest, sweetest authors I could think of to melt away those grumpy tendencies and make you feel all warm and fuzzy. Okay, that might be laying it on a bit thick, but I’ve just recently read Elyzabeth M. VaLey’s Bear Heart and while it’s definitely heartbreaking, poor Simon, it’s got a classic happily ever after. I truly enjoyed this story and the time I got to spend lost in the fantasy. Now let’s see what Elyzabeth has prepared for us. (She really is adorable.)…
Greetings everyone! I’m thrilled to be visiting Carlene today with my latest release, Bear Heart.
Carlene asked me to write a ten things post about the hero, Simon and I thought that it´d be great to work together with Simon to come up with those things. It wasn’t such a great idea. Simon could only come up with things like, I have a beard, I have long hair, my eyes are brown, I’m a shape-shifter…
Seeing as I was frustrated, Margaret offered to help me out. Soon, Soussanna and Morgana also pitched in and together, between laughter and tears, we’ve come up with this list of ten things you should know about Simon Lancaster:
- He’s a shifter, yes, but he’s also human. He will think over things a thousand times.
- His heart is in the right place. He might have done some wrong in his life, but haven´t we all?
- He doesn’t believe he deserves happiness and he struggles with the idea of a second chance.
Fear not, friends. I have just the thing to add a little zest to your Friday. Please help me welcome Naomi Clark and her latest release which looks to be a real scorcher, The Beast of Birch Hill!
Blurb: Wildlife photographer and cryptozoology blogger Emma Jordan came to Birch Hill expecting to find another urban legend. The rumours of a big cat stalking the woods around this quiet town surely had to be just that – rumours. But when the evidence starts to pile up that Birch Hill really does have a killer cat on the loose, Emma finds herself caught in a confusing game of cat and mouse. And her blossoming relationship with Abi Blakely might just be pushing her further into danger.
Available from: Amazon US / Amazon UK / ARe / Evernight
Excerpt: A couple of hours later, showered, changed, and feeling human again, Emma headed back to Abigail’s Bakes. She told herself she was just looking to grab a quick lunch and sit somewhere pleasant while she updated her blog. Privately she had to admit it would be nice to just look at Abi while she worked.
The place was much busier than it had been that morning; it was full of kids and families jostling for table space. Abi and a younger girl worked the counter with cheer and ease, and cafe was filled with chatter and laughter. Emma joined the queue, trying to catch Abi’s eye. When Abi saw her, she waved and favored Emma with that infectious smile. Continue Reading
I had to think long and hard what to title this post just now! There’s so much I need to tell you but I think I just about summed it up.
What do you think about the new Sin Pointe logo? A very talented lady named Elizabeth Babski designed it and she really captured the essence of the band and the books. If you’re in need of graphic design, look her up. She rocks.
Evernight has dropped the price on the love story that started it all for the Sin Pointe series and I am thrilled beyond words! I’m not sure how much longer the sale will last, but right now, you can pick up Sidewalk Flower for 99 cents! Normal price is $5.99 so you see why I’m so happy and had to share. Find that deal here: Evernight Publishing Continue Reading
Welcome back to Mid Week Tease!
Thank you for stopping by my place today for a quick romance snippet. And big hugs as always to the lady who brings the Tease to us each week, Ms. Sandra Bunino. I’m taking a quick break from my reindeer WIP to share a very sweet deed one of the Sin Pointe men did last week. I was having a hard time coming up with a final prize for our Evernight Read An eBook Day celebration on Facebook when band leader, songwriter and hero of Sin’s Flower, Jaxon James, agreed to surprise a fan with the following… Continue Reading
Friends, please help me give a warm Tuesday welcome to romance author, Evie Jayne!
Hi and thanks for having me to visit. I’m thrilled to be here.
I’m excited to be celebrating the release of my second full length PNR novel.
Scar Tissue is the second book in my Dominion Series and has been long in the making. I’m very proud to be presenting it.
A single black and white photo was the inspiration that finally broke through my writers block and got me restarted. I’d written several beginnings to Scar Tissue, none of which were working. The photo in question(which I’ve sadly lost) was of a woman holding a man against a rough brick wall. It got me thinking. Why does she need to be in control? Why does he voluntarily submit to her? And so the basis of my characters relationship was formed.
Read on and you’ll find the answers to these questions. Continue Reading