Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Never take Fate along on a date. The kiss goodnight could be deadly.
Tracking down Veilers—non humans—is only a sideline for Tess Damon. Vengeance for her fiancé’s murder is her reason for living. But with two botched jobs on her record, if she fails to eliminate her next mark, she’s dead. She’s not afraid to die, but not before she gets even. Too bad fate has a really bad sense of humor.
Hugh Langston, a wolfen half shifter, lives to keep both humans and his pack safe. But when rogue humans kidnap his apprentice, his rescue mission is compromised by a hot-as-hell, kick-ass woman who makes him think only one thing: mine.
Tess tries to ignore her feelings, but temptation trips her up. Especially when Hugh figures out he’s her next target and forces her into an inconvenient alliance that tests all the laws against their attraction. Now, with the line between good and evil getting blurrier by the minute, it becomes clear Tess’s only hope of living to see another day—and finding a murderer—lies with the one man she’s supposed to kill.
Warning: Contains one obscenely hot alpha and the woman who wants to love him before she kills him. Look out for a blind date, scorching sex, humor, lies, and untamable attraction.
Monday, July 21, 2014
Maybe having dreams and getting what you wish for is all a load of crap.
It took Karen years to let the walls she’d built up finally start to crumble down. Never one to hope and dream, now she remembered why: it was just setting herself up for disappointment. Although she hadn’t considered herself mother material, after marrying the one man in her life who had never let her down, she actually started to think having a baby was a splendid idea…if only she could get pregnant.
One of her best friends, Jayne, was the poster child for dreams fulfilled with the wonderful family she’d always imagined. Perennially cheerful, Jayne believed in happily-ever-afters, looked for rainbows and Karen figured she could probably conjure a butterfly on demand. But while Jayne plastered a smile on her face, she was drowning in a sea of diapers and domesticity.
Claudia, with support from her friends, had managed the role of single mother after her divorce with her usual grace. Scarred from the breakup she never saw coming, she submersed herself in raising her daughter and was content to stay away from men and the potential for another broken heart. Or was she…?
Dreams, Interrupted is a story of three best friends that ride the often bumpy road of their dreams together—potholes and all.