Wednesday, 27 July 2016


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by Em Petrova
Cowboy Crazy Hank’s Story
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Friday, 22 July 2016

**BOOK TEASER** LOVE ME, I DARE YOU ( Hell Yeah!) - Sable Hunter
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Thursday, 14 July 2016


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GREAT SUMMER COUNTDOWN Day 4 , Tarragon Key Keeper by Karlie Lucas

Karlie Lucas is a preschool teacher by day and a
writer/artist by night.

A graduate of Southern Utah University, Karlie received a B.A. in Creative
Writing, with a minor in art. She is a member of Sigma Tau Delta, The
International English Honor Society, as well as ANWA, the American Night
Writers Association.

Karlie is interested in all things magical and mysterious, especially elves and
dragons. She is an avid fan of J.R.R. Tolkien and J.K. Rowling.

When not writing, Karlie can often be found drawing, baking, watching her
favorite old school shows, or just spending time with her family.

She currently resides in Dallas, Texas with her husband and a cat named Kally

Q&A with the Author:

1.  What inspired your book? 
Key Keeper was inspired by a dream I had, which actually became one of the most important scenes for the book. From there, I just had to write what would happen before and after that scene, and the characters were more than agreeable.

2. How do you spend your free time?
If I do have free time, which is usually when I set aside stuff because I need the free time, I watch movies or tv with my hubby, play facebook games, or read a book.

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hundreds of years, the gates of Tarragon have been sealed from the outside.
Prophecy speaks of the day the last Key Keeper will return and wake the dragons
from their spell-cast slumber, returning them to their rightful home.

to fulfil her father's dying wish, Anwen Porter travels to the Drakonii
Mountains where she meets Tyler, a mysterious local with a secret. With his
help, she learns more about her clouded past and her own abilities. But when
Courtney, a lovesick mage, tries to insert herself into their plans, things
begin to go horribly wrong. 

death threatening at every turn, Anwen must learn to rely on her newfound
friends to survive. But how can she unravel the mystery of her heritage when
everything is trying to kill her?

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Top Ten People I would like to meet.

1. J.R.R. Tolkien. I mean, who wouldn't want to meet the
"father" of fantasy?
2. J.K. Rowling. If she can make it with an oddball fantasy series,
surely I can too, and I'd love to pick her brain about that.
3. Joan of Ark - I think her life story is just fascinating.
4. C.S. Lewis - He was an amazing writer. Can't imagine what life would
be like without Narnia.
5. Robin McKinley - She's always been one of my fave fantasy authors. I
have a few bones to pick though, about hinted stories that never got written.
6. Mark Twain - He seems like he'd have been a great guy to know.
7. Albert Einstein - Would love to meet the man who contributed so much
to how we see the world.
8. King Charlemagne - An ancestor on both sides of the family, I
understand he was one of the first people to instigate a public education
system for his people. That, and he had some really cool things happen in his
9. Harrison Ford - He's one of my fave actors of all time. He's just
10. Danny Kaye - Another childhood favorite actor, I think Danny and I
would have gotten along swimmingly. That, and the fact that he sang like a
dream, even though he couldn't read a note of music.

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Love Me , I Dare You ! ( Hell Yeah ) - Sable Hunter

Love Me, I Dare You! (Hell Yeah)

Joshua Long, World Champion Cowboy, is known wide and far as the ‘cowgirl whisperer’. His looks are fallen-angel handsome and his talents in the bedroom are legendary. Josh prides himself on being able to give a woman sheet-clawing, back-arching, toe-curling multiple orgasms. But at the peak of his career, Josh loses it all when his knee is shattered by a one-ton bull and his reputation is shredded by a scorned woman.

After investing blood, sweat, and years into the rodeo, he has lost his career and the lucrative sponsorships that went with it. Returning to his hometown of Kerrville, a place he hasn’t always felt welcome, Josh is uncertain of the direction his life will take. But sometimes fate is kind and the lifeline that we need to hang onto our hopes and dreams appears just within our grasp. Josh has such a moment when he walks into Isaac McCoy’s HARDBODIES bar. There, surrounded by old friends who offer him a second chance, Josh’s gaze lands on a beautiful, blue-eyed redhead who draws him like a moth to a flame.

Emma Zachary has lived life on a dare. There is nothing she won’t try, she grabs onto happiness with both hands, embracing every moment of joy she can find. Unwilling to accept the hand that life has dealt her, Emma refuses to let her blindness hold her back. She intends to make all of her dreams come true, especially the ones that include a certain cowboy who seems to always be there when she needs him. Emma longs to know what it’s like to be loved, so she takes a dare and bids on a date with rodeo Romeo, Josh Long. What she discovers is that one night in Josh’s arms will never be enough.

Josh is tired of his reputation. He wants to be more than his father’s son; he wants to be more than just a buckle-bunnies fantasy man. Joshua wants a woman who sees him for who he really is, failures and all, and loves him anyway.

Emma is tired of being alone. She needs someone who will look beyond her faults and want her in spite of the challenge she faces.

Their journey together is filled with laughter, tears, danger, and sex hot enough to set the Hill Country of Texas on fire. Join Emma and Josh as they learn the true meaning of love.

I dare you.

**Content Warning: This book contains adult language and situations. It is intended for 18+ ONLY**



Josh frowned. She had a weird sense of humor. “I never know what you’re going to do or say. One minute you’re dancing on the bar and the next you’re feeding me.”

“Hey, the man dared me. Plus, I believe in the barter system – trading something you have of value for something someone else has that you want. The dance earned me the right to milk a cow for the first time. Last week I sang with the band on a dare and earned myself a ride on a Segway. The week before that I helped a guy train his dog for some fresh vegetables.”

He shook his head, then realized she couldn’t see him doing it. “You’re something else. I wish I had something to trade so you’d cook for me every once in a while.”

They did say the way to a man’s heart was through his stomach, but Emma wasn’t under any illusions that she stood a chance of winning his heart or even catching his attention. He’d been kind to her and she wanted to be kind to him. “You don’t have to trade anything, I love to cook and I always cook too much. I can have a plate waiting for you any night you say.”

Josh was taken aback, watching her fill another mug from the tap. Instead of putting her finger over the edge to monitor how close to full it was, she seemed to be testing the weight.

“I don’t know…”

He didn’t get to finish before Isaac’s voice sounded over the loudspeaker. “It’s time, ladies.”

“Oh, no.” Josh said. “Here we go. I guess I’d better go get into position.”

“Oh, you’ll do great.” Emma encouraged him as he went to join the other men. He might do fine, but she didn’t know about herself. She hated the idea of another woman gaining his attention. Which was stupid. From what she’d learned, women flocked to Josh in droves.

Isaac continued. “To my left, lined up against the wall and ready to parade in front of the bar are a dozen…count ‘em…a dozen of Kerrville’s…”

There was a slight pause and Emma wondered what was happening, but in the next heartbeat Avery started speaking.

“Give me that microphone, Badass. Only a woman can do this special moment justice.”

Isaac barked out a laugh and there was the distinct noise of a kiss being shared.

“As my handsome husband was saying, we have a dozen of Kerrville’s handsomest hunks ready to strut their stuff for you. Noah McCoy, my smart brother-in-law will be in charge of the money and my sister-in-law, Jessie, is going to be our auctioneer. The rules are simple, raise your hand, wait to be called upon and give your bid. Jessie will give you all the information on each gentleman so you can make an…shall we say…informed decision. “Avery ended her speech with a flourish. “So…if our band would give us some Chippendale-worthy background music, we’ll begin.”

At her cue, the band cranked up and a countrified burlesque tune filled the air. Emma would’ve given her eyeteeth and a year or two off of her life to have been able to see what was going on.

Josh would’ve given his eyeteeth and left nut to be anywhere else. He was last in line, bringing up the rear on a pair of crutches. His knee wasn’t paining him too much, but he was beginning to itch a little. As he scanned the crowd, he felt like he was looking at a school of toothy hungry sharks. There was no question he liked women, and hooking up with them was a joy he never wanted to give up. Right now, however, he sorta felt like bait.

One thing he never gave up was control. He might not be a Dom like Isaac, but he needed to be in charge. As the seconds passed and the first poor schmuck was introduced and the bidding began, he felt that much cherished control begin to slip through his fingers.

“Second up, ladies, for you ogling enjoyment is Denver Bolden. He’s a sexy cowboy who works at Tebow. Just imagine him going for a ride without a shirt. Denver has made plans for dinner and dancing on one of the most romantic rooftop clubs in downtown Austin.”

The women tittered and Josh moaned. The guy in front of him snickered and punched the man ahead of him, pointing to the bevy of women who were sending obvious sexual signals their way.

At the bar, Doris walked up to Emma. “I swear I have never seen so many good-looking men in such a small place before.”

Emma sighed. “Care to give me a running commentary?”

“Ha!” Doris laughed. “That I can do. Well…” As the music played and the money flew, Doris kept Emma entertained with a blow by blow description of every man who was put on the auction block. “You ought to see this one, Emma. Oh, my land-sakes-a-Goshen, his muscles have muscles.”

“Yes, ladies, up next is Canyon Brady. His plans for an evening together is a hot-air balloon ride over Lake Travis and a romantic evening at a Tuscan vineyard. He is our town blacksmith and lord-have-mercy he’s built like one. Wouldn’t you just love to see him glistening with sweat after swinging a big hammer…”

At Jessie’s description, Emma burst out laughing. She might not be able to witness this spectacle with her eyes, but her imagination was working overtime.

“I don’t know about you, but I need something cold to drink. I seem to be getting a little overheated,” Doris confided as she slipped both of them a beer. “Here, on me.”

“Thanks.” Emma took a swig, listening as the bidding went well over a thousand dollars. “I wonder if he’s going to be worth the price.”

“I don’t know,” Doris whispered, “but I sure would love to shake him down to see.”

“Who’s next?” Emma asked, not wanting to just come out and inquire about Josh. Earlier, she’d entertained the idea of putting in a bid herself. After some debate, she’d talked herself out of it. Dare or no dare, she hated to think her first date would be one she had to buy.

“I don’t know his name, girl, but he is red hot.”

“Our next bachelor is Devon Lancaster, another Tebow cowboy. And don’t tell my husband I told you this.” Jessie winked at Jacob who was sitting at a table right in front of her. “But I have seen this man use a rope. And ladies…you are going to beg him to tie you to the bedposts. He’s offering an evening of dancing on 6th Street and dinner on a riverboat sailing down Lake Austin.”

“Oh, my goodness!” Emma giggled. “Jessie is as bad as Avery. What is it about these McCoy women?”

“I can tell you what it is.” Doris leaned in to confide. “They’re all rode hard and put up well-satisfied, that’s what.”

Emma blushed at the thought. After Devon went for twelve hundred, Emma was trying to mentally calculate how many were left. “Was that the last one?”

“No, Mr. Rodeo Romeo himself is coming this way. You ought to see him, Emma. Josh Long is dressed in all-black. The man is fallen angel handsome. His shoulders are wide, his eyes are dreamy and if you don’t bid on him, I will.”

Inside of her chest, her heart was beating a rat-a-tat rhythm, her palms were sweating and Emma felt like she might jump out of her skin. Just the thought of spending time with a man like Josh made her dizzy.

“Now, the man you’ve all been waiting for ladies…” Jessie’s voice rang out. “Mr. Joshua Long, cowboy extraordinaire. The date he’s planned is a romantic one, watching the sunset together, then a horseback ride in the moonlight and a picnic on our own Guadalupe River. Doesn’t that sound amazing?”

Before Jessie even called for bids, a multitude of voices rose, shouting numbers at Jessie. “Order, order please.” She banged the little gavel in her hand and looked toward her husband for help. Josh watched all of this, his mood varying between fascination at the array of females all clamoring to be with him and a slight feeling of panic. “Lord have mercy,” he whispered.

Emma was very conscious that he was standing right in front of her about to step up for his turn.

“You’re about to twist that dishrag in two,” Doris quipped under her breath.

“Sorry.” She laid it down.

“Step-up, Joshua Long and let the women get a good look at you.” Jessie directed to the squeals of the crowd.

“Bid, Emma!” Doris elbowed her to Emma’s chagrin.

Josh heard the bar manager addressing Emma. “That’s right, Miss Emma, save me,” he whispered loudly.

“A thousand!” one voice cried out.

“Twelve hundred!” another yelled.

“Fifteen hundred!” came yet another bid from the back.

Jessie was repeating the bids, the numbers piling higher and higher.

“Eighteen hundred!” A woman enthusiastically screamed while standing on a chair. Josh’s eyes widened, amazed at the frenzy.

“Eighteen hundred!” Jessie repeated.

“Nineteen hundred!”

“Two thousand!”

Another voice rang out. “Twenty-two hundred from me and my twin. We want a ménage!”

Josh coughed, choking down a laugh as he caught Isaac’s eye who was watching the process with amusement.

“All right!” Jessie cheered enthusiastically. “Twenty-two hundred? Any more bids? Going once…going twice…”

Emma was on her tiptoes, every nerve straining. She knew Josh had been teasing, but a feeling was rising within her that this was it – this was her chance. Josh Long was the first man that she’d ever felt a connection to, a drawing, like maybe when he looked at her, he saw more than just a blind woman. Yea, it was a lot of money, but for a good cause. People might suspect she was buying a date because she couldn’t get one otherwise. But what the heck, there was one thing she’d learned in her life, if you didn’t go after what you wanted, you didn’t have a chance in hell of getting it.

Do it, Emma, I dare you.

Emma smiled. She didn’t know if that thought had originated in her heart or in her mind – all she knew was that she was going for it.

Doing a quick mental review of her bank account, she took a deep breath and shouted.

“Two thousand five hundred!”

“Sold!” Jessie declared with a quick strike of her gavel. “Miss Emmalyn Zachary just bought herself a man!”

About the Author:

Sable Hunter is a New York Times, USA Today bestselling author of nearly 50 books in 7 series. She writes sexy contemporary stories full of emotion and suspense. Her focus is mainly cowboy and novels set in Louisiana with a hint of the supernatural. Sable writes what she likes to read and enjoys putting her fantasies on paper. Her books are emotional tales where the heroine is faced with challenges. Her aim is to write a story that will make you laugh, cry and swoon. If she can wring those emotions from a reader, she has done her job. Sable resides in Austin, Texas with her two dogs. Passionate about all animals, she has been known to charm creatures from a one ton bull to a family of raccoons. For fun, Sable haunts cemeteries and battlefields armed with night-vision cameras and digital recorders hunting proof that love survives beyond the grave. Welcome to her world of magic, alpha heroes, sexy cowboys and hot, steamy to-die-for sex. Step into the shoes of her heroines and escape to places where right prevails, love conquers all and holding out for a hero is not an impossible dream

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Tuesday, 12 July 2016


StalkedStalked by Jacquelyn Vargovich

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Stalked by Jacquelyn Vargovich
I was pulled into story straight away, going through all the emotions with Janet.
We have the flash back in the beginning, we see Janet meeting Gary and planning a wedding.
We see the before Janet, and the after Janet who returns to her home town Derby heartbroken and depressed.
Then we meet Sean and 3 children who have moved to Derby a small town many years before.
He now has a good life with his children all grown up and doing their own thing.
Janet life spiralled out of control, and now she doesn’t know how to get out of the depression.
I’m not giving anything away, so read it yourself to find out what happens.
I enjoyed the story, I guessed who murderer, but I never saw the ending coming.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Sunday, 10 July 2016

**Teaser** The Tapestry Series Complete Set - Natalie Alder

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***Review*** The Three Stones of Bethany by April Marcom

The Three Stones of BethanyThe Three Stones of Bethany by April Marcom

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I found this book an enchanting story of love and family with plenty of adventure.
We have Taylor going out with her boyfriend and friends for the evening,
And instead of crashing into a wall she crashes into Bethany.
Kane, Holt, Tor and Eve were visiting a magical wise woman or old hag
To find out where their twin sisters had been taken. Luckily they had the information before the car comes crashes through a portal and lands on Brigid the old woman.
This is the moment they meet, Taylor from a completely different life meets Kane and the others. They take Taylor with them in a chase across the five kingdoms of Bethany. At first to find the twins, and them to reunite the stones.
It was lovely to see qualities and strength of character Taylor developed through the adventure. The love she felt for the family she felt part of.
I happily recommend this read to lovers YA fantasy adventure, and anyone else who fancy a change.
I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review

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Monday, 4 July 2016

++Urban Fantasy & Paranormal MEGA GIVEAWAY++

Hi, there! Rebecca Hamilton here to tell you how SUPER excited we are to bring you this MEGA giveaway! First place prize is a $1,000 Amazon Gift Card, but we also have 12 runner up ebook and paperback prizes! Entering will connect you with 21 paranormal romance and urban fantasy authors for more great deals, freebies, and giveaway, so in a way, everyone wins!
Before you enter the giveaway, check out an excerpt of BEAR RUN by Belinda Meyers, one of the authors sponsoring the giveaway!

When dark came, a cold wind blew down from the peaks, and Alice shivered. They’d been walking for hours, and she was sore and tired and hungry. Worse, she couldn’t help but stare around them in the dimness, the hairs on the nape of her neck lifted. Were there others out there, watching them? Hunting them? Giant, malicious bears from a certain scary valley, maybe?

Taggart seemed to sense her unease. “Don’t worry about the Black Valley shifters,” he said. “I’ll protect you.”

Yeah, but who’ll protect YOU? she wanted to say, but didn’t. Male ego and hard truth didn’t always go well together. Besides, she knew the answer. I’ve got your back, Tag, she thought, gripping her rifle tight. Nobody better mess with you while I’m around.

She had to smile at her own protectiveness. It shocked her how close she felt to Taggart after only one day of knocking around the woods together. She sort of missed being able to see him clearly. See all of him clearly. The night cloaked him, darn it, save when the moon shone down between a copse of trees or Alice and Taggart pushed through a clearing. Usually they skirted the clearings, though, going around the edges. It wouldn’t do to be seen in the open.

“Can you smell them?” she said.

She thought he shook his head but couldn’t tell. “No,” he said, as if realizing she couldn’t see him. “But they could be downwind.”

“You can see, though, right?” she said.

She bumped into something—a fallen log, she thought—and flinched, a startled noise coming from her throat. Firm Taggart-y hands gently pulled her to the side and set her on the right path. Hopefully, anyway.

“I can see,” Taggart said. “Just follow me.”

“If I could see well enough to follow you, I wouldn’t need to follow you!”

He let out a breath, she thought of impatience, but instead of snapping at her he reached out a hand and grabbed her free hand, then tugged her along. The contact was warm and solid, but he didn’t squeeze her hard, and she liked the feel of his firm, calloused hands. Here was a man who had lived hard all his life, who was hard, in more ways than one. He was almost an elemental of the forest, she thought, an extension of it, a part of it. He was like some dashing forest god. How could she, an overly curvy girl from a nothing mountain town, have interested a guy like him?

Was he interested? She thought so, but there was something in him ... some reservation, she was sure.

It’s the same thing I feel, she realized. He’s been taught to hate outsiders, and here I am, the ultimate outsider, someone raised to hate people—beings—like him. It made her furious, the ways their families (if his clan could be called a family) had twisted each of them, if in different ways. It made her even more furious to think that it had worked.

Because she couldn’t deny that somewhere in the back of her mind was that silly, stupid, hateful voice that insisted, He’s an animal! A demon! He’ll turn on you! Don’t trust ‘im! It was her pa’s voice, of course, but somehow knowing that didn’t make it go away.

Be quiet! she scolded her inner Pa. Her inner Bradley just sneered and said, You know he’s right, you cow. She growled at him to shut up, but he only sneered wider.

I’m going insane, she thought. Talking to ghosts in my head.

“How much longer?” she asked Taggart, trying to keep her voice low. No telling who was out there listening.

“Not long,” he said. “I think we’re almost—”

He stopped suddenly, and she drew in a sharp breath. What had he seen? Was it Pa and Bradley? Was it Kane and his asshole bear shifters?

“Well?” she demanded, starting to raise her rifle.

There was a smile in Taggart’s voice. “We’re there,” he said, and she could hear the relief, the expectation. “I can see the cabin.”

A weird sort of glee rose in her. Hope. It fluttered up through her chest and expanded, filling her, lifting her up. She realized she was smiling, too.

“Well?” she said. “What are we waiting for? Let’s go!”

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***Book Blitz*** The Proverial Mr, Universe by Maria La Serra

The Proverbial Mr. Universe
Maria La Serra
Publication date: June 27th 2016
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance
Dear girl with the red scarf,

Love was never meant to be conquered;

you have to surrender to it.

Trust me. After all, I am Mr. Universe.
When the universe conveys a message, you listen.
Olivia Montiano just caught her fiancé cheating. Now she is forced to question what she wants out of life and love. Striving to live up to her father’s unrealistic standards for the past twenty-three years, every decision she has ever made was with her father’s wishes in mind—until she finds mysterious, handwritten letters tucked away in places only meant for her. That’s when she realizes she’s been on the wrong path all along and gives her heart to a guy her father thinks is entirely wrong.
Washed-up abstract artist Nick Montgomery has had quite a few setbacks in life. He’s become accustomed to never needing anyone, thinking he’s just fine—until he meets the girl with the red scarf. She’s not his type. But the universe has other ideas. Nick has a secret he’s keeping from her, afraid it will bring their new relationship to a sudden halt.
Will they figure out what the universe holds for them?
“I think it’s safe to say it would be safer for you if you took your bike to work.”
He winked at her.
“Ha, funny.” She looks at the people who gathered around; some were locals, and some were tourists. What she enjoyed the most was the view of downtown Montreal.
Nick waited for her to get settled on the steps of the Chalet du Mont Royal before handing her back a vanilla ice-cream cone.
“Wasn’t that fun?”
“Yes, it was. But I don’t know how I’m going to get back. My legs are so tired.”
“What’s the rush?”
Olivia shrugged and smiled at him.
“Is there somewhere you have to be?”
“Do you?” She acted nonchalant, not wanting to give Nick the satisfaction that she was easily available.
He smiled appreciatively. “Great, we both have nowhere to be. So there’s no rush.”
He glanced down and frowned. “You better start working on that ice cream before it drips.”
Olivia licked her ice cream, making more of a mess of herself. She laughed, and Nick handed her more napkins to help her clean off her sweater.
“You know what else I haven’t done in ages?” She looked up at Nick, who sat one step above her.
“What’s that?”
“Ping pong.”
He made a funny face like she said something revolting.
“Come on, who doesn’t like ping pong?”
“Just to let you know, I’m silently judging you.”
Olivia glanced at his gray polo shirt with happy faces scattered all over it.
“Don’t you dare be judging me, Montgomery. Where did you find this lame top?” She playfully ran her hand across his chest, feeling him stiffen under her touch. His smile slowly faded and out of nowhere, there was a particular affliction overshadowing his face.
“Don’t worry, Montgomery, my hands are clean.” She put her hand up to show him.
“No, it’s not that.” His voice had become heavier. “There something I’ve wanted to tell you.” Something in his tone caused for concern. Then she thought maybe he didn’t want things to go back to the way they were. Maybe he realized during their time apart that he’d rather be just friends. Or worse … there was someone else. She was afraid of what he was about to say. Whatever it was, it wasn’t good. She could feel the presence of it, this thick air hovering above them. Olivia didn’t know if it was the ice cream or this familiar feeling of complete disappointment because the tugging in her stomach began to grow.
Aware of his stare, she glanced up to find his eyes on her, and for a moment Olivia wished he would kiss her to make it all go away.
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Author Bio:
Maria La Serra, a fashion designer, turned writer, lives in Montreal with her husband and two children. She will try everything at least once, except for skiing, hiking or camping-okay anything relating to activities done in the great outdoors. The Proverbial Mr. Universe is her first novel.


Friday, 1 July 2016

***Romance with a Paranormal twist by Tracy Kincaid***

What will you be reading this holiday weekend? Avoid the water balloons and read a book. Here are three suggestions. All three available in e-book, KU and paperback through Amazon