Sunday, September 27, 2015

Full Moon New Releases (September 2015)

Let's celebrate this super full moon with a great new book! Here are a few more September paranormal new releases to enjoy.

Savannah Past Midnight by Christine Edwards

Savannah Past MidnightWhen Cosette's daredevil behavior leaves her paralyzed, her Uncle Severin turns her into a vampire. She makes some missteps: alienating her uncle by getting involved with the wrong vamp and killing a human while feeding. Having sworn never to get close to another mortal, she tries to resist Colton, a sexy cowboy and skilled street fighter who has sworn to win her love.

5 Stars: "This author writes perfect heroes every time. I can't get enough of their bossy yet sweet ways…. I was lost in this story from page one and didn't want to see it end. Totally addicted. This author's heroes and her heroines are strong yet the perfect softness for these awesome alpha males." --Nichole's Sizzling Pages

Released September 15th by Coffeetown  Enterprises, Inc.

Followed by Frost by Charlie N. Holmberg

Followed by FrostSeventeen-year-old Smitha has the wealth, status, and beauty that make her the envy of her town—until she rejects a strange man’s marriage proposal and disastrous consequences follow. Smitha becomes cursed, and frost begins to encompass everything she touches. Banished to the hills, hunted by villagers, and chilled to the very core of her soul, she finds companionship with Death, who longs to coax her into his isolated world. But Smitha’s desire for life proves stronger than despair, and a newfound purpose gives her renewed hope. Will regrets over the past and an unexpected desire for a man she cannot touch be enough to warm Smitha’s heart, or will Death forever still it?

Released September 22nd through Amazon Publishing.

Down the Rabbit Hole by J.D. Robb

Down the Rabbit HoleSome of your favorite New York Times bestselling authors present five all-new stories told through the looking glass—including a new Eve Dallas novella!
You’re late for a very important date...

Enter a wonderland of mesmerizing tales. It’s a place that’s neither here nor there, where things are never quite as they seem. Inspired by Lewis Carroll’s whimsical masterpiece, ranging from the impossible to the mad to the curiouser, these stories will have you absolutely off your head.

Don’t be afraid to follow them…

Coming the 29th from Penguin Publishing Group

About a Vampire (An Argeneau Novel) by Lynsay Sands

About a Vampire: An Argeneau NovelIn New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands' new Argeneau novel, a vampire accustomed to seducing every woman he meets finds the one determined to resist him . . .

With immortal good looks and scorching charisma, Justin Bricker has yet to meet a woman he can't win over. His potential life mate should be no different. But instead of falling into his bed, Holly Bosley runs away and ends up mortally wounded. To save her, he has to turn her. And then Bricker learns the shocking truth: Holly's already married.

Holly wakes up with a bump on her head, a craving for blood, and a sexy stranger who insists they belong together. She needs Bricker's help to control her new abilities, even as she tries to resist his relentless seduction. Choosing between the world she knows and the eternity he offers is impossible. But Justin is fighting for his life mate—maybe even his life—and he'll break every rule to do it . . .

 Coming the 29th from HarperCollins Publishers

That's it for this month. I hope everyone finds a book they love!

Peace and Love!

Saturday, September 26, 2015

My Sexy Saturday: Sexy Today for another Sexy Saturday! This one is simple: Sexy Today and it is an open theme. I've picked a WIP piece for his blog hop. In this story two powerful magic users are struggling to get past their differences. Don't forget to check out the other great blogs along the hop!

Just Beyond Daybreak snippet:

The dominating tone in her voice made that anger snap and he grabbed her again, spinning her around and pressing her back to the dingy brick wall. She tried to lash out at him with her free hand, but he quickly pinned that one along with the other. Taking it a step further, Malcolm leaned his full body into her. Bowing his face so close to hers that he could see shock and a touch of fear in her eye. “Listen here, Miss Blackburn. I don’t give a damn about your Dragon’s Eye, but I do care about my spell books and one of them is missing. What do you have to do with that?” Malcolm snarled.

Her breathing was heavy, and every breath pressed her breasts against his chest. Any other time he would not risk this closeness, but anger and determination was stronger than lust alone. He watched her pink tongue slip over her lush bottom lip and waited for her answer. It seemed to take her a second to gather words, but when she did answer him he was surprised that her voice was unwavering. “I told you it might happen. I warned you, but you didn’t give a damn then.”

Letting out a little growl of frustration, Malcolm said, “My book, Meredith? Where is it?”

“I don’t know. That’s why I came to you. To track down whoever stole the Dragon’s Eye. They must have taken your spell book too,” Meredith said through gritted teeth. “Now are you going to let me go?”

He could see the sparks of magic shooting through her eyes now. Her own anger must have been held on a tight leash to reel in the temper he knew she had. Normally the hot blooded woman would have blasted him faster than he could blink. She would have fought tooth and nail before letting him put her in this position, but not now. Still pressed up against her, Malcolm lowered his voice to a husky whisper. “You’re magic’s fading, Meredith.”

She let out a little gasp as he said the words. She knew her magic was leaving her and like him she knew what that meant. Without the magic flowing through her veins her body would stop, unable to function without the borrowed power. Slowly her tension faded away and she sagged against the wall. Malcolm’s heart nearly broke when Meredith’s bowed head gave a little nod. Relaxing his hold on her wrists, he fought the urge to wrap her in a comforting hug and took a step back instead.
With her head still bowed and her blood tinted hair hanging over her face, Meredith softly said, “I didn’t steal your book, Malcolm, but I have to get the Dragon’s Eye and I bet wherever it is your book is too.”

That's it for this week. Hope you enjoyed.

Peace and Love!