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Life is But a Dream by Lee Strauss (A Nursery Rhyme Suspense Serial Series) Genres: New Adult, Science Fiction, Suspense FRINGE meets CASTLE in this New Adult Sci-fi Mystery Suspense by Amazon best-selling author Lee Strauss. Dreams aren’t real Unless they are And when someone … Continue reading
Double Cover Reveal for Juliette Cross! SEALED IN SIN The Vessel Trilogy Book 2 Genre: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance Publisher: Samhain Publishing Release Date: April 21, 2015 Blurb: Sin can look an awful lot like heaven.
Cloven (The Trinity of Souls #2) by Georgeann Swiger What would you do if the only things standing between you and the angel you love were another angel and the fiery pits of Hell? When Anya and Micah declare … Continue reading
FIX UP (Patch Up #2) by Stephanie Witter New Adult Contemporary Romance Fix Up on Goodreads: Fix Up (Patch Up, #2) Synopsis Saying “I love you” doesn’t erase the old scars and fears. “I love you to insanity. I’m not … Continue reading
On the surface Fleur Marceaux has it all—if only the façade matched reality. With one year left at the International School in London, Fleur’s struggling to graduate, her love life is a mess, and she can’t stop thinking about … Continue reading
Where did August go? This month was crazy awesome – not only did I go to my first ever WorldCon in London where I met some fabulous authors and industry peeps, but I almost managed to get a fair bit … Continue reading
CAPTURED LOVE by Juliana Haygert It’s been four years since twenty-year-old Jessica Hayes has been home, but when she discovers her father is dying, she must return to her hometown in South Carolina and face her past. Jessica thought patching … Continue reading
Today, I’m handing over to Nazarea Andrew, author of The Horde Without End, the sequel to her NA zombie romance, The World Without a Future as she chats about zombie wordlbuilding.
Title: Ten Below Zero Author: Whitney Barbetti Release Date: August 28, 2014 Genre: New Adult Romance Blurb: “In here,” he said, pushing on the skin above my heart, “you’re ten below zero. And you’re closer to death than I am.” … Continue reading