Tag: Romance

PREDOMINANCE by H. I. Defaz

Posted October 5, 2016

Victor Bellator is a young mathematician who has always made sense of the world by running numbers in his head. But his logic is challenged when he awakens in a rundown shack in the middle of the woods, with no memory of the past 72 hours—and endowed with the power of telekinesis.As the mystery of his paranormal condition unfolds, Victor learns that his brain is now absorbing a mysterious energy from the atmosphere called: Dual Dominant Interaction Force. In one form, the energy seems to be harmless to the human brain, enhancing feelings of altruism in the subject. But in its opposite form, it’s harmful and addictive… even mind altering, and the continued absorption of this energy will soon begin to corrupt Victor’s volition, inciting an unnatural and malevolent behavior that will ultimately warp him into an inhumane being—one, too dangerous to be kept alive.

Drama, adventure, and a heated love triangle are just the tip of the iceberg in this first installment of Predominance, a new paranormal trilogy that will take your breath away!

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Guardian by Olivia Arran

Posted May 23, 2016

Who does he think he is?
The wolf shifter at my door. I pegged him as a shifter the second I laid eyes on him. It was the way he stalked into my apartment flexing his muscles and throwing his weight around, his lips curved in a smirk. Acting like he owned the place.

Smoking-hot, alpha jackass.

It was meant to be just a job.
An easy assignment between covert-ops, but there’s nothing easy or run of the mill about Natasha Silk. Human, gorgeous, with curves that make my mouth water, she’s got everything. Money, fame–a perfect life.

One kiss and I’m sure–she’s my mate. But I won’t claim her. I can’t. Because I’m a damaged man, broken on the inside. Dangerous. 

The clock is ticking. Someone is trying to kill her and it’s my job to stop them–not happening on my watch. 

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Author Interview: D.R.Perry

Posted April 2, 2016

Barely AwakeD.R. Perry lives in Rhode Island, where all her books are set. Although she’s not a native New Englander, once up north she got so inspired she couldn’t leave.


  • When did you first discover your love for writing?

I’ve been writing since I could read. At first, I made scripts of books I loved for me and my friends to act out. At one point, I wrote a story about a Star Trek food fight. The evidence of these is lost forever. I put them in a wardrobe when I was fourteen and haven’t seen them since.

  • Do you have a favourite place to write?

I write wherever I can. Anywhere with space for my laptop will do. In particular, I like anyplace that smells like coffee or tea.

  • Do you have a writing routine or process that you adhere to?

The only rule of my Write Club is: write something every day. Sometimes it’s a grocery list in limerick form or a parody of my latest earworm’s lyrics. More often it’s part of one of my series or a poem.

  • Are there any authors or specific books you aspire to?

I prefer admiration over aspiration. There are too many to list. Here are some in no particular order: Robin McKinley, L. Frank Baum, Peter S. Beagle, Mario Puzo, Ursula K. Leguin, Robert Aspirin, Jane Yolen.

  • What inspired you to write Barely Awake?

I read through some Paranormal Romance books a friend of mine recommended. A bunch of these were about bear shifters, taking place in winter with no mention of hibernation. I’d already thought of writing about a magic college in Rhode Island. The snow we had last winter made me wonder how a bear shifter who’d never been up north might react to 30 inches of snow. It also draws on my own experience seeing show for the first time after growing up in South Florida.

  • Can you tell us a little about your book?

Sure! Barely Awake takes place just a few years after the only Ivy League school for Magic and psychic education opened its doors to anyone. This is part of the world’s adjustment to The Big Reveal, when Extrahumans like magi, shifters, and vampires came out to the rest of the world. The main female character in Barely Awake, Lynn Frampton, is the first human to attend. The fact she’s the only human makes her feel isolated. And the main male character Bobby is completely out of his element once it snows. As the plot progresses, they start to suspect they’ve been singled out and targeted on purpose. We get some clues about that at the end of the book.

  • Do you have a favourite amongst all your characters?

That’s the toughest question you’ve asked me. I like all of them in this series, even the antagonists. In this particular book, though, I have to go with Bobby’s dragon shifter roommate, Blaine Harcourt. Not only is he fun to write, but the way the other characters interact with him makes me laugh out loud. I can’t wait to write his book, which will be the fourth one in the series.

  • Does your book contain a message for readers to consider?

One phrase kept going through my head while working on this book. You’re never as alone as you think you are.

  • What would say has been your biggest challenge and achievement in writing Barely Awake?

Time. I’ve got such piecemeal timeframes to write in. That’s challenging. Going for a couple of hours at zero dark thirty in the morning before everyone else wakes up helps. Also, I have almost three whole hours in a row when my husband gets together with his friends to slay Internet Dragons twice a week. Thanks, Jim! And I have the best Mother-In-Law ever. She brings my daughter to the library once or twice a week so I can get more writing in. Thanks, Patty! I couldn’t crunch through this series without you.

  • What have you learned about yourself as a writer through writing Barely Awake?

I’ve learned that I love getting my humor in my fantasy. It’s better than getting chocolate in my peanut butter. Reeses, eat your heart out. Writing has way less calories than candy. But seriously, I worked a few years on a darker Historical Urban Fantasy series. It took me longer to write the same amount of words in that project. I take to the fun stuff more readily, I guess.

  • Do you have any advice for other aspiring authors?

Keep writing. I’m not alone in saying that, of course, but writing something every day is the only way writers get to practice. Don’t be afraid to grab an idea and run with it either. If I hadn’t, I’d still be figuring out how to start the Provdence Paranormal College series.

  • Anything else you would like to say?

I’ve prepared a few words. Elephant. Sloth. Riesling. Thanks!

  • And finally, do you have any future works planned?

Lots! There’s ten books outlined in Providence Paranormal and I will write them all. My Historical Urban Fantasy series is tentatively called Tree of Life and that’s got four books planned. I’ve also been slowly adding to a project I call the Poeticalendar. It’s a 365 day geek-culture influenced collection of poems and flash fiction under 100 words. Thanks so much for the interview!


 

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Kissing Demons by Jen Winters

Posted March 4, 2016

I’ve been a Guardian for 800 years, and sometimes, even us immortals need a vacation. So when my big sister calls and tells me I’m off for two weeks, I take the opportunity to visit my favorite place: The Hunter’s Moon, a bar for supernaturals only. There’s a few things I want to accomplish while I’m not working: get a grimoire, find a little temporary fun, and make a friend. I did not want to find my soul mate, nearly die, watch a sister give up this life, and see my city in the throes of mass destruction.

What am I supposed to do now? My vacations over, my soul mate’s been kidnapped by a demon I’m not powerful enough to defeat, and Fort Worth, one of the cities I love, is in pieces. If I help the city, I will lose my soul mate; if I help my Alex, I will lose the city. What kind of Guardian would I be if I didn’t do everything in my power to defeat Yuruch? Am I even sure I want to be a Guardian anymore?

Guardian Geneva Archer might be more infamous than famous among the supernaturals in Ft. Worth, but when a sexy werewolf enters her territory, she finds herself face to face with her worst fear: save humanity or save her soulmate?

After 800 years of guarding humanity from the things that make your hair stand on end in the dead of night, Geneva Archer is given a two-week vacation to work out her feelings of loneliness and refresh her spirit. With time on her hands, she goes to her favorite club: a place for supernaturals to gather without worrying about human interference. While there, she meets Alex, a compelling werewolf with a demonic side. But instead of blasting him back to hell like her instincts would normally tell her to do, Geneva falls head over heels.

For Alex, Geneva is an answer to prayer. She can free him from the most notorious demon walking the earth—his father. Yuruch isn’t interested in his offspring’s life, just his body—the perfect body for a demon to inhabit. With Alex’s body and powers, Yuruch will become nearly invincible, able to wreak his hellish destruction on humanity from an impenetrable fortress.

In order to get his hands on Alex, Yuruch kidnaps one of Geneva’s sisters, luring both her and Alex into an ambush. After the botched rescue mission, Alex is possessed by Yuruch, leaving Geneva with a dead sister, a destroyed city and no way to get her soulmate back without giving Yuruch everything he desires.

Can Geneva figure out a way to defeat Yuruch and save Alex without sacrificing the very best of humanity in the process? Does she even want to?

Kissing Demons is the first book of the Guardian novels by Jen Winters. Other titles available include Kissing the Rain (A Guardian Novelette) and Falling Angels (The Guardian Novels Book 2).

Upcoming release: Raising Hell (The Guardian Novels Book 3)

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Tales from the Mind Field by R.M.Villoria

Posted February 10, 2016

An anthology of short stories. From horror and ghostly romance to psychological suspense, these stories are certain to satisfy any reader.

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Star Cruise: Marooned by Veronica Scott

Posted December 1, 2015

Meg Antille works long hours on the charter cruise ship Far Horizon so she can send credits home to her family. Working hard to earn a promotion to a better post (and better pay), Meg has no time for romance.
Former Special Forces soldier Red Thomsill only took the berth on the Far Horizon in hopes of getting to know Meg better, but so far she’s kept him at a polite distance. A scheduled stopover on the idyllic beach of a nature preserve planet may be his last chance to impress the girl.
But when one of the passengers is attacked by a wild animal it becomes clear that conditions on the lushly forested Dantaralon aren’t as advertised – the ranger station is deserted, the defensive perimeter is down…and then the Far Horizon’s shuttle abruptly leaves without any of them.
Marooned on the dangerous outback world, romance is the least of their concerns, and yet Meg and Red cannot help being drawn to each other once they see how well they work together. But can they survive long enough to see their romance through? Or will the wild alien planet defeat them, ending their romance and their lives before anything can really begin?

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Beyond the Pale: Promo

Posted November 22, 2015

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Beyond the Pale is available on e-book for just 99p/99c for the next few days. It is a tale of dystopia, a high-walled citadel and conflicting cultures (and it’s on my to-be-read list).

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Synopsis

In a post-apocalyptic America, a young outlander is captured and processed as a new citizen of a high-walled citadel. Unable to leave, he soon becomes the houseguest of a security officer whose life he saved in the outlands. A passage to freedom can be arranged, but his growing infatuation with the city and for his benefactor’s daughter makes him unwilling to leave. If he stays, he may be faced with compromising his beliefs for a woman he loves.
Then an unfortunate turn of events leads to him becoming an unwelcome guest in a city that appears increasingly dystopian and alien to him. Without any support in this foreign land, he must try to leave whilst evading arrest. Fortunately, there are those on the outside who have not given up looking for him yet.
It is the tale of the interaction of two alternative and conflicting cultures as exemplified through the interactions of two men who try to appreciate each other’s world. They share many joint interests but hold to different values.
Society is at the dawn of a transhumanist transformation that is using technology to master nature. However some outlanders who remain beyond the pale, feel that nature itself is about to change, and will transform everything in its wake.
Keywords = Science Fiction, New adult, Romance, Dystopian, metaphysical, Visionary, transhumanism, technology, surveillance, Native American.

 


Bear Trapped by Eve Hunter

Posted November 11, 2015

For journalist Ada Hastings, it’s supposed to be a lazy two-week summer break on the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand. No deadlines, no complications, no men; in fact, nothing riskier than a hangover. But a casual walk in the bush takes her holiday from carefree to chilling when she discovers a bear bathing under a waterfall—a frightening impossibility in a country that has no bears at all outside of zoos.
Ranger Sachs-Severin combines his high-flying life as a hedge fund manager with covert missions for Bear Force, a group of shapeshifters fighting bear abuse. The waterfall at his remote coastal property is the last place he expects to see anyone, so he’s stunned when his bear insists the tall, curvy woman who has literally fainted at his feet is their mate.
Ranger must convince a shocked Ada that bear shifters are real—and nothing to be alarmed about. The scorching chemistry between them is undeniable, however, igniting Ada’s senses and forcing Ranger to believe that fated mates do exist.
But they aren’t prepared for the way her past collides with his present, and Ranger is devastated to discover that a mission he must accept means risking losing Ada forever.

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A Hero for the Empire by Christina Westcott

Posted November 10, 2015

 
Commander Kimber FitzWarren is running on borrowed time. The cybernetic augmentations that give her superhuman strength and speed have also shortened her life. The success of her next mission is imperative, not only to save her Empire, but because this operation could be her last. She and a cabal of idealistic officers are plotting to topple the corrupt Imperial government. The key to placing missing military legend Arianne Ransahov on the throne lies with the one man who can find her, mercenary Wolf Youngblood. 
 
Having just survived an Imperial assassination attempt, Wolf is understandably on edge when Fitz shows up in his bedroom at 0-dark-30. Except she isn’t there to kill him, but to plead for his help. Help he’s reluctant to give—until another assassin pushes the issue. Pursued by Imperial forces, left with no one to depend on but each other, a passion grows between them that even their secrets can’t destroy. 
 
But before they can explore what’s left of their future, they have to survive the mission. 
 
Warning: Space is no place to go it alone. We recommend taking along a telepathic cat, an immortal mercenary, and a cybernetically augmented Imperial SpecOps agent. You never know what kind of trouble you’ll run into…
 

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BEYOND THE PALE by SENAN GIL SENAN

Posted November 9, 2015

In a post-apocalyptic America, a young outlander is captured and processed as a new citizen of a high-walled citadel. Unable to leave, he soon becomes the houseguest of a security officer whose life he saved in the outlands. A passage to freedom can be arranged, but his growing infatuation with the city and for his benefactor’s daughter makes him unwilling to leave. If he stays, he may be faced with compromising his beliefs for a woman he loves.
Then an unfortunate turn of events leads to him becoming an unwelcome guest in a city that appears increasingly dystopian and alien to him. Without any support in this foreign land, he must try to leave whilst evading arrest. Fortunately, there are those on the outside who have not given up looking for him yet.
It is the tale of the interaction of two alternative and conflicting cultures as exemplified through the interactions of two men who try to appreciate each other’s world. They share many joint interests but hold to different values.
Society is at the dawn of a transhumanist transformation that is using technology to master nature. However some outlanders who remain beyond the pale, feel that nature itself is about to change, and will transform everything in its wake.

“Action and dialogue are very well balanced and equally convincing, continually adding to ad driving the story forward…Great book!Echoesofthepen.com

“Right from the beginning I was hooked, drawn in by the well written narrative. The post-apocalyptic world he has drawn cleverly, without resorting to cliché and it has a feel of originality that I liked.” Author Max Power

“Great characters, well-paced and compelling plot, and fascinating settings… it is one of those rare books” Author Jim Murray

“Senan Gil Senan has created a masterpiece, and it deserves acclaim.” Author Lesley Hayes

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The Defeatist by Sophie Bowns

Posted November 5, 2015

Sometimes you don’t realise the mess you’ve made until you hit rock bottom. My life is a car crash, and the only person I can blame is myself. I was the reason that my parents broke up, and I ruined my own chances of happiness. I’m not proud of what I’ve done, and worst of all I hate the person I’ve become. My name is Jude Reed, and when I arrived, I was helpless and alone.
Then I met Tiffany and everything changed.

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Author Interview: Kayelle Allen

Posted October 20, 2015

Kayelle AllenKayelle Allen is a best-selling, award-winning author. Her unstoppable heroes and heroines include contemporary every day folk, role-playing immortal gamers, futuristic covert agents, and warriors who purr. She lives in the metro Atlanta area where she leads a critique group for local writers. Kayelle is a collector of movies and loves scifi, drama, and anything with action and things blowing up. She attends scifi conventions and holds a lifetime honorary membership to OutlantaCon, a local event.


  • When did you first discover your love for writing?

The minute I picked up a pencil. I wrote my first full 400-page book at age eighteen. As a whole unit, it has never seen the full light of day, but parts of it are in every book I write.

  • Do you have a favourite place to write?

I have a basement office where I’m surrounded by things I love and the books I keep. I use a desktop computer that I customized myself. I make notes by hand, and also use a tablet. When an idea strikes, I will jot it down on a napkin using coffee and a straw to write with if necessary. I always try to record ideas. When I need one, it’s easy to flip through the list, and put this one and that one together. The truth is, I am never short on ideas. I record them all the time. I think the act of doing so encourages me to create more of them.

  • Do you have a writing routine or process that you adhere to?

I lead a local critique group which requires submission of any material by Thursday each week. Knowing that keeps me on my toes. If I’m going to get my chapter in on time to get feedback by Tuesday, I have to stay on target.

  • Are there any authors or specific books you aspire to?

I love reading good books. I’ve heard some people don’t read the genre they write to avoid accidental plagiarism. I love the genre I write far too much to ever give it up. I also don’t think we can avoid being influenced by what we read or see. I’ve been inspired many times while reading. If we are lifting scenes from another person’s book, we are plagiarizing. I would not do that. But am I inspired to create my own scenes based on ones that I’ve read. I think that’s what good writers do. We see something that appeals to us and that we get enjoyment from, and figure out a way to use something similar. Plagiarism is a piece of writing that has been copied from someone else and presented as your own work. Keep in mind, there is nothing new under the sun. If I write a character getting a tattoo because I loved a scene in a JR Ward book of one of her hot Black Dagger Brotherhood guys getting a tattoo, that doesn’t mean I stole her work. My idea came from reading her scene. After that, the comparison ends. There is nothing wrong with that. If we have never read a book, how would we even know how to write one?

When I read Sinful Surrender, book one in the Psychic Ménage series by Houston Havens, I was astonished. Not only is Houston a gifted writer, but she creates books like I do. She has a huge over-arching theme and saga, but also writes individual books that stand alone. Like me, she can take you on a long journey through multiple books, giving you a big story that you can follow. At the same time, you can read just one book and enjoy it. JR Ward writes that way also. While one of her books ends with everything tied up neatly, you are left with the awareness that another character might be in a predicament and you want to read the next story to find out what happens. Am I copying either of them? Absolutely not. But their work inspires me. Inspiration is one of the best things about being a writer. I’m free to absorb ideas from everywhere, use them, change them, recreate them, and bend them to suit my will. I hope to always be inspired by other writers. I know how hard they work to be unique. So do I. That respect and knowledge makes me appreciate what they do far too much to ever give up reading them, but also far too much to ever violate their copyrights.

  • What inspired you to write At the Mercy of Her Pleasure?

At the Mercy of Her Pleasure first came out in 2004. One of my favorite writers at the time was Mary Renault. Her story The Persian Boy, about Alexander the Great, is a classic. My book is science fiction romance, but my scifi was inspired by her historical novel. How did a story about a eunuch who loved Alexander the Great inspire a book about a young thief attracted to the genetically enhanced woman who hires him? That’s the beauty of inspiration. The stories are nothing alike. One of my characters is a futuristic version of a character I loved in The Persian Boy, and in my book, he is only four years old. I plan to write him into many books, and let him “grow up” in front of my readers.

  • Can you tell us a little about your book?

The original version of At the Mercy of Her Pleasure was written as erotic, but the new, fully edited version available now is sweet romance. There is no on-page sex. It’s sensual, but doesn’t have graphic content or profanity. A simple plot carries the book, but the characters are far from ordinary. NarrAy is a by-the-book captain in the rebel army who hires a thief to take back a prototype the armada stole from her murdered parents. Senth is a professional thief who lives for risk and danger, and loves locking himself into things so he can practice getting himself out. NarrAy is a Better, an enhanced human with addictive pheromones. She is disciplined and rigid, and keeps herself out of danger by ensuring she never touches anyone. That is, until she meets Senth. Our thief, Senth, is a HalfKin: half feline, half human with all the cunning of a lion but the playfulness of a kitten. When a military leader and a trickster thief are thrown together, what can happen? Oh, mercy.

  •  Do you have a favourite amongst all your characters?

I used to think it was Luc, who is Senth’s father in At the Mercy of Her Pleasure. But I’ve recently realized it’s Pietas, who is behind many of the problems in my books. He’s a shapeshifter who doesn’t actually change shape. He switches places with another creature, Stormsinger, a magnificent, intelligent dragon in another dimension. I’m working on a book for Pietas now, so he’s taking up most of my creative thought.

  • Does your book contain a message for readers to consider?

At the Mercy of Her Pleasure conveys the message to be yourself, and to accept yourself as you are. When you can accept yourself, you can accept others.

  • Would you be interested in sharing a teaser?

How about the first chapter? Here’s a link to download the entire first chapter of At the Mercy of Her Pleasure. Because there’s a sequel to this book, For Women Only, on my website, you can also download the first chapter of that story as well. It’s about Senth’s big brother, Khyff. And for anyone who wants to know more about these brothers, you can download the free book Bro, the Story Behind the Antonello Brothers by joining my Romance Lives Forever Reader Group.

At the Mercy of Her Pleasure

 

  • What would say has been your biggest challenge and achievement in writing At the Mercy of Her Pleasure?

Because I edited this book from an erotic romance to a sweet romance, I faced several challenges. One, I had to make sure I didn’t remove the sweet sensuality that was already present in the story. Senth is a virgin, and he’s younger than his heroine, who is a sexually experienced woman. I wanted to keep that aspect of the relationship front and center, because it colored every part of their relationship. Second, I wanted to omit nothing about the plot. There are twists in this book that had one reviewer suggesting it should be read twice in order to savor the plot twists and to look for all the hints and redirects that had been placed in the book. Third, I wanted to make sure I kept the scenes with Khyff, Senth’s brother. His book came next, and it was important to lay the foundation for his deep mistrust of the Kin. He hates the alien race for what they did to him and his mother, and to Senth. So of course, I had to give Khyff a Kin heroine. It was the perfect conflict for him to overcome.

  • What have you learned about yourself as a writer through writing At the Mercy of Her Pleasure?

That the story within me stays important through the years. I wrote the book in 2003 and it was published in 2004. I later took it to a new publisher, edited it, and added more sex to make it fit their requirements. When I decided to go the self-publish route and take full control of my career as an author, I removed most of the added scenes, or at least the graphic content. The story was the same, but the details and quality of the storytelling had improved. I had learned many things by writing and publishing other books. Now, with more than a dozen to my name, I am a different writer, but I still love a good story. At the Mercy of Her Pleasure is one of my favorites.

  • Do you have any advice for other aspiring authors?

If you want it, find ways to make it happen. If it doesn’t work with plan A, keep going. Get to plan ZZZ if you have to, but don’t quit until you get what you want.

  • Anything else you would like to say?

I found your site on Twitter, because that’s where I spend a lot of time. I read tweets, follow hashtags (#Thranduil #Loki #MFRWauthor) and track certain type of accounts. I like gamers and gaming (#gamedev #gamer), and am developing an RPG (role-playing game) for my books. My immortal characters are gamers. I’m also a fan of art in any form. I invite any of your readers who are on Twitter to come over and follow me. I follow back.

  • And finally, do you have any future works planned?

I’m working on several things, in fact. I’m currently writing Bringer of Chaos, the Origin of Pietas, and I’m doing semi-final edits on Surrender Love: the Wedding, which is a sequel to my EPIC award-winning book Surrender Love. That one is gay scifi, and its re-release will be mainstream heat level (non-erotic). I have a sweet contemporary feel-good holiday romance called A Romance for Christmas, which is on sale right now. I’m plotting a Christms sequel that should be a lot of fun to read. All of these will be out next year.


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Buy links for At the Mercy of Her Pleasure

Hired to steal back a prototype taken by the imperial armada, Senth Antonello retrieves it, but his brother is kidnapped to force Senth to surrender the device.
Now he has to rescue his brother, outsmart the armada, and keep the item out of imperial hands. All doable, except for one small problem. He must do it in the company of NarrAy Jorlan, a genetically altered woman whose pheromones could enhance the mission or crumble it into dust with a single siren kiss.
He’s a thief. She’s a soldier. Do opposites attract? Oh, mercy!

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