Today I’m delighted to welcome back Lousie D Gornall to the blog, revealing the shiny new cover for her gargoyle YA romance In Stone…
Beau Bailey is suffering from a post-break-up meltdown when she happens across a knife in her local park and takes it home. Less than a week later, the new boy in school has her trapped in an alley; he’s sprouted horns and is going to kill Beau unless she hands over the knife.
Until Eighteenth-century gargoyle, Jack, shows up to save her.
Jack has woken from a century-long slumber to tell Beau that she’s unwittingly been drafted into a power struggle between two immortal races: Demons and Gargoyles. The knife is the only one in existence capable of killing immortals and they’ll tear the world apart to get it back. To draw the warring immortals away from her home, Beau goes with Jack in search of the mind-bending realm known as the Underworld, a place where they’ll hopefully be able to destroy the knife and prevent all hell from breaking loose. That is, provided they can outrun the demons chasing them.
And now for the brand-spanking-new cover of Louise D Gornall’s In Stone… Continue reading
As a huge fan of Norse mythology and all things Thor especially is he’s got Chris Hemsworth’s biceps, I’m delighted to re-introduce you all to two fabulous books by ST Bende starring some seriously hunkalicious Norse gods. Continue reading
Today I’m delighted to welcome author Christina Mercer to the blog in celebration of her latest release Arms of Anu. Continue reading
April isn’t only the month of the A-Z Challenge, but is also LGBT+ month. Part of the LGBT+ challenge is to read an LGBT book and get people talking about it so here’s my LGBT+ book review contribution…
This week got super busy and I got a little lazy, so I missed out on three letters in the A-Z Challenge. Sorry! Since Sundays are meant to be days off from the challenge, I thought this would be a perfect time to play catch-up on the letters I’ve missed… Continue reading
The price of secrets can be too high…
Amy is starting the internship of her life for a prestigious antiques dealer. She knew it would look good on a resume, but a surprise trip to Paris and an assistant who is determined to keep her around make her want more. She could make this into a permanent job.
If it weren’t for Caleb. He’s returned to his grandfather’s for a new job, even though he doesn’t need the money after selling his company. She’s up to the competition to prove herself, but soon it’s hard to ignore the sizzling tension between them. Neither are willing to give in if it means losing the chance at the job, but their attraction may be too strong. They risk everything if they’re found out — and Amy has been keeping secrets since she arrived, ones that could separate them forever. Continue reading
I’m currently editing my novel about robots and tweaking my next book that’s all about cyborgs. Fact is, though, these books aren’t about robots or cyborgs at all. They’re about humans, about that ineffable thing that makes us human beings. At the core of my books is the desire to understand humanity and what it means to be human. Continue reading
Today’s letter is G and there are TWO giveaways happening on the blog, a giveaway for the New Adult romance A Late Thaw as well as the one below… Continue reading
Barrett, Vermont, home to nearly as many goats as people. It’s the perfect picturesque spot to stop for cocoa after a ski trip or to buy your Christmas tree from a hunky farmer wearing snug jeans and a pair of well-worn boots. Kiley St. Claire isn’t there for either. She’s come home for one reason and one reason only: make enough money waiting tables at the local tourist trap to survive her final semester of graduate school. Of course she is going to have to see that Christmas tree farmer eventually. That’s fine; Kiley isn’t the same nerdy little girl he palled around with. Nope, she’s done crushing on Cole Thomas. Totally done.
And now for the cover… Continue reading
Today I’m delighted to welcome Holli Anderson to the blog, chatting about her latest book Five: Out of the Pit, which just so happens to fit today’s letter in the A to Z Challenge! Continue reading