Monday, May 30, 2011

My Interview with Paranormal Romance Author Theresa Meyer

My Interview with Paranormal Romance Author Theresa Meyer

Q: When did you first realize that you wanted to be a writer, and What was it that inspired you to start writing?

A: I knew I wanted to write in junior high, I just didn't know what I wanted to write. For a long time I pursued journalism, thinking that was the only decent way to make a living and still be a writer. It wasn't until I got an idea for a fictional character that wouldn't leave me alone that I started writing on my first novel. The inspiration for that book was actually a pioneer tombstone in the small town of Oakland, Oregon with the name Icephene Starr on it. It was such an usual name and I just couldn't get over thinking about what a person with that kind of name might be like and the story started percolating in my brain.

Thursday, May 26, 2011 Book Review Of “Primal Hunger” Pendragon Gargoyles, Book 1 Book Review Of “Primal Hunger” Pendragon Gargoyles, Book 1 (3 Bats Out Of 5)

Primal Hunger” is a smoking hot read! Tristan and Kennedy's explosive sexual relationship light the pages on fire. Kennedy knows that there is something different about Tristan, her boss, but she just can't seem to put her finger on it. If only he would stop looking at her like a sexual snack, maybe she'd be able to figure out what's going on. She also has to figure out how she got a spider web tattoo on her. If only the spider web tattoo was her only concern. She now has to deal with a Wraith that wants her dead, and black panther cat that her looks at her like she's a yummy treat. Kennedy wishes she could keep her paws off of Tristan and stop thinking about him all the time, but she soon learns that won't be happening anytime soon. How is Kennedy going to deal with all of this drama and still keep sane? Read “Primal Hunger” and buckle up because you're in for the most sexual read of your life. *wink*

Sydney Somers knows how to heat the pages up in “Primal Hunger”. An super hot read that will have you anticipating what will happen next.

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Wednesday, May 25, 2011 Book Review of "Highland Master" (Coming Soon)

Known as the Mackintosh "Wildcat," Lady Catriona would do anything to defend her clan. But when she discovers a wounded warrior on her family's land, Catriona's devotion is tested. Igniting her passions with the softest touch, this powerful stranger tempts her in the most intimate way-and keeps a dangerous secret...

In the midst of war, Sir Finlagh Cameron swore an oath of vengeance against the Mackintosh chieftain. Now face-to-face with his enemy's daughter, Fin of
the Battles falters. Her wild beauty and spirit arouse a hunger the battle-weary warrior can't conquer, and provoke a terrifying choice. Surrendering to desire would break his vow. Revenge would threaten Catriona's life. For their love to triumph, the two must do the unthinkable: challenge the fierce loyalties that rule the knights and clans of Scotland.

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My Interview with Paranormal Romance Author Elizabeth Loraine

My Interview with Paranormal Romance Author Elizabeth Loraine

Q: When did you write your first book?

A: I wrote the first in my series Royal Blood Chronicles a year ago in April, when it went into editing I started the second. I finished book three the Dark Prince this summer and I am in the process of finishing book four Cain the Quest now.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011 Book Review Of “Primal Hunger” Pendragon Gargoyles Book 1 (Coming Soon)

Kennedy Beaumont loves her bar-tending job, even if her spirited nature sometimes gets her in trouble. Like threatening to hose down one of Pendragon’s co-owners. When it comes to Tristan, she could use a good hosing down herself—maybe it’ll help her stop casting him as the star of her wickedest dreams. Since he goes out of his way to avoid her, it ought to be easy to put him out of her head until he reluctantly offers her a ride home.

Gargoyle shape-shifter Tristan Callaghan hasn’t had time for anything other than recovering the mystical dagger that was used to permanently lock his brother in a prison of stone. The cat inside him should have stopped craving Kennedy’s touch long ago, but now that she’s sitting next to him in his car, his very human need for her is sharper than ever.

The distraction is costly. In a split second, Kennedy finds herself thrust into a dangerous, millennia-old hunt for Excalibur. A hunt that marks her for death and leaves Tristan with a painful choice sacrifice his family, his quest…or the one woman meant to be his.

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Christiana Madison thought the man she married was her prince charming, and that she would spend the rest of her life with him. Instead she married a man who berates her constantly, robbing her of her self confidence. One afternoon, her sisters arrive unexpectedly and start questioning Christina as to why they have not seen her in over a year, letters have gone unanswered. The questioning starts Christina questioning her marriage to Dicky, and why he has never given her the letters from her sisters. She decides to work up the courage to confront her husband about the way he has been treating her. Just as Christina is voicing her opinion on the way Dicky has been treating her, she notices that her husband is not responding to her. This is very unusual for Dicky to not answer Christiana when she is voicing her opinion. Christiana walks around the chair to face Dicky and see's that he is not moving or breathing. This is when Christiana realizes that her husband is dead, and that she is free from him at last, ..or so she thinks. Things are about to heat up for Christina. She has no idea that the death of her husband will turn everything she thought about the man that she married upside down and that the truth and lies will be exposed.

Lynsay Sands is master writer that draws the reader in from the very first page and will keep the reader captivated through out the whole book. “The Countess” is a sensual delightful read. I enjoyed this book right from the first page. A must read book for all Lynsay Sands readers. Five Cheers for “The Countess”!

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Monday, May 16, 2011

My Interview with Paranormal Romance Author Suz DeMello

My Interview with Paranormal Romance Author Suz DeMello

Q: Do you have any role models? Have there been any other writers that have inspired you?

A: Personal role models differ from professional ones. I want to emulate the Dalai Lama's peacefulness and compassion. As for professional role models—that's hard to say. I'm not as ambitious about my writing as, say, a Jayne Ann Krentz or a Brenda Novak. I know Brenda personally and admire her greatly, but when I think about her life—she has five children and writes several books annually—I want to lie down and take a nice nap.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011 Book Review of "The Countess" (Coming Soon)

The fairy tale courtship did not turn into a happily ever after…

Not until her husband dropped dead, that is. He had been horrible enough to Christiana during their short marriage, and she was not going to allow the traditional period of mourning to ruin her sisters’ debuts as well. So Christiana decides to put him on ice and go on as if nothing’s happened…

Until the real earl appears. Richard Fairgrave had every intention of confronting his villainous twin who robbed him of his name and title…only to discover that he’d died. Quietly assuming his identity, Richard must now deal with a maddening desire for his ravishing inherited “wife”—certainly a gold digger and possibly a murderess. And Christiana must deal with an unwanted new “husband”…and they both must figure out what to do before the ice melts!

Click Here to Read All of Book Reviews! Book Review Of "Laney"- The Brookehaven Vampires Book Review Of "Laney" (4.5 Hearts Out Of 5)

Laney Alexandra is your typical collage student. She has a roommate, close friends and an old beater for a car. On her first day of school her room mate happens to notice a cute guy checking her out. They both think nothing of it until he starts showing up in their classes, and starts making eye contact with Laney. Laney has no idea that the gorgeous hunk who keeps checking her out just happens to be a vampire named Oliver Knight.

Laney and Oliver are about to make magic happen between each other. Hopefully they will be able to be together forever. That is if Oliver's nut job vampire brother can be held at bay. He is determined to kill Oliver's soul mate Laney as retaliation for taking his soul mate away from him. Will everything work out for Laney and Oliver, or will it cost so much more?

I really enjoyed this novel, and loved reading about Laney's and Oliver's hot romantic relationship. This is a book, that will have you hooked right from the beginning. Also this book is full non-stop excitement that will have your heart racing. I can't wait to read the sequel to this book. Great job Joann, and thank you for giving me the opportunity to review it Laney!

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Thursday, May 5, 2011

Historical Romance Books Review of "A Devil's Bargain"

Lady Victoria Kelly's Book Review of "A Devil's Bargain" (4 Hearts Out Of 5)

“Sold" were the last words that Lady Isabelle Edwards heard before she was given over to her new purchaser. After being captured by pirates on a ship sailing for America, Isabelle never would have thought in a million years that she would be put on the auction block and sold to some strange man who is drop dead gorgeous. Will Isabelle be able to accept being sold to a man who is an enemy of her father and determined to ruin her repetition? Or will she fall head over heals in love with him and surrender to her sexual desires?

Lord Devon Austin has had to flee his homeland after being accused of murdering a teenage boy by the King of England. When Devon recognizes the King's daughter on the auction block for sale, he decides to purchase the Kings daughter (Isabelle Edwards) for one thousand gold pieces. His plans are to ruin her repetition in order to get back at the King for falsely being accused of murder.

A Devil's Bargain is short, saucy novel full of Blackmail, and Passion. Palm trees, warm sand, clear blue water, and a gorgeous duke will have you turning the pages of Emma Wilde's sizzling book. I really loved this and enjoyed reading about Lady Isabelle's and Devon Austin's scorching relationship. Awesome book Emma, I look forward to reading more of your books.

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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Vampire Books Book Review Of “Laney” By Joann Sowles (Coming Soon)

In a small college town in Northern California, Laney Alexander leads a regular, uneventful life–that is, until the charming and alluring Oliver Knight enters her world. Who is this gorgeous and mysterious stranger? Or, rather, what is he?

As Laney’s sophomore year of college begins, so does an unbelievable adventure–including a love she didn’t know she longed for. She soon learns that Oliver is not ordinary, nor is the rest of his family, including a sister who openly hates her and a brother who will stop at nothing for revenge. As she fights for her life, and Oliver’s love, Laney discovers that the fictional world of vampires isn’t so fictional after all. Nobody is safe, especially Laney, Oliver’s most important priority, and he will stop at nothing to protect her. With her mortality at risk, and a commitment revealed that she, without a doubt, knows she wants, Laney’s life takes a thrilling and terrifying turn…

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Monday, May 2, 2011

My Interview with Paranormal Romance Author F.D. Davis

My Interview with Paranormal Romance Author F.D. Davis

Q: When did you first realize that you wanted to be a writer, and What was it that inspired you to start writing?

A: I’m really not sure what age I was when I realized I wanted to seriously write. I started reading when I was four and the love of the written word has only grown through the years. I’ve had many stops on starts on this journey and it all had to do with rejections and not being involved with other writers who knew what it was I was going through.

As to what inspired me to actively pursue a writing career I’m very clear on that. Bill suggested that I take a two year break from working to try and concentrate on writing. If in that time I did not have a writing contract I would return to work and do as I had been doing, write in my spare time. Well, two years came and I didn’t have a contract. I told Bill I would stick to our agreement and return to work. He gave me this look that I can still see, shook his head no, and told me to continue trying. One year later I had my first contract.