Friday, October 17, 2014

The King of Anavrea by Rachel Rossano Blog Tour!!!


Book Blurb –

A reluctant king, a blind queen, and a marriage that sparked a rebellion... 
Ireic Theodoric, King of Anavrea, constantly battles with his council over who will run the country. When the council insists on a treaty with Sardmara, he agrees. However, the treaty quickly becomes an arranged marriage. Ireic offers up himself for the sake of Anavrea. But after he signs, no princess appears. 
Lirth Parnan, only daughter of the king of Sardmara, survives alone in a cold, damp tower room. Baron Tor kidnapped her in an attempt to control her father. No one came to claim her. She suspects her father considers her flawed beyond use in his political games. After five years of waiting, her hope of rescue wanes with her health. 
After Ireic fights his way into Lirth’s tower, he realizes the depths of her father’s deception. Instead of being an answer to his problems, Lirth creates new ones. The council will not accept her as queen, but Ireic has sworn an oath that he will marry her. His choice could cost him his throne, perhaps his life.

Author Bio –


Rachel Rossano is a happily married mother of three children. She spends her days teaching, mothering, and keeping the chaos at bay. After the little ones are in bed, she immerses herself in the fantasy worlds of her books. Tales of romance, adventure, and virture set in a medieval fantasy world are her preference, but she also writes speculative fantasy and a bit of science fiction.

Rachel Rossano loves to interact with readers.

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Phoenix Rising by Elise Faber

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Title: Phoenix Rising Author: Elise Faber Series: Phoenix Publisher: Blue Tulip Publishing Black_scroll_with_transparent_background 3rising phoenix 500x750 (1)Black_scroll_with_transparent_background 3


For Daughtry a simple brush of skin is devastating, the most innocent touch floods her mind with images of death. After months of isolating herself from everyone and everything she’d ever known, a chance encounter with a man from her past brings her hope for the first time since the visions began. But that hope comes with a price: the pursuit of vicious enemies who would force her to use her ability to manipulate death for their own gain. In an instant her entire world changes and instead of hiding from her life, Daughtry has to fight for the freedom to live it. But with the fight comes the opportunity to recognize her power’s full potential and maybe, just maybe, a chance to find her true love. 
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"Come on," Cody said as he opened the door to the gardens. He slid off the trail, leading Daughtry down a small break in the foliage. As he held a branch aside, her eyes were drawn to the way his muscles rippled under the thin cotton shirt he wore. He was so much stronger than she, physically capable in ways she'd never be. That he could take her into his arms, throw her over his shoulder with little effort — it was intoxicating. God. Anyone would think she was a love-struck teenager, the way she was drooling after him. "Maybe lust-struck," Cody thought. "I'm no different. Christ, you're beautiful. Come here." He'd plunked himself on a bench. "No, wait. Don't. Or we'll never get around to eating." He opened the bag and pulled out the contents. "Oh." She clamped a hand over her mouth. Cereal? Really? The man was adorable. Cody's face fell, and she hurried to reassure him. "No. That wasn't laughter at you. It was happiness," she said. There was a learning curve when trying to differentiate emotions across the bond, especially when several feelings came at once. She didn't want there to be any misunderstanding between them. "It's the sweetest thing anyone has ever done for me." A smirk tugged up his lips as he poured the cereal and milk into two bowls. "That's sad," he said, setting a package into her hands. "Happy anniversary." "What?" Daughtry fumbled a little to keep from dropping it. "It's our one-week anniversary." Her brow furrowed. They'd been together longer than that. "One week without a fight," he added. She laughed until her sides hurt, and when she could breathe again, he closed his hands over hers. "Open it." Her fingers tore off the wrapping paper to reveal a small velvet box. She opened it and a sigh escaped her. "Oh, Cody." "Do you like it?" "I love it." He pulled out the necklace and drew her close to clasp it around her neck. Daughtry traced the charm with shaking fingers. "A violet?" "Like your eyes." He pressed a kiss to her forehead. "Because this way I get to always give you flowers." Black_scroll_with_transparent_background 3 phoenix rising meme 3 Black_scroll_with_transparent_background 3
Author Bio

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Despite moonlighting as a zookeeper and then a dog trainer, Elise decided that the only mammals she wanted to work with were her dark and sexy heroes and heroines. She inherited her love of reading from her mother and grandmother who dutifully kept stacks of romances where her teenaged fingers could easily pilfer them. She lives in Northern California with her three dogs, two energetic (read crazy) boys, and her awesome (see prior comment) husband.
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Friday, October 10, 2014

New Release!!!!

 Take one American singer who doesn’t believe in falling in love… 

Josh McInnes’ biological clock is ticking and he wants to get married—now. After 20 years singing soppy love songs, he knows that there is no such thing as romantic love. There’s only hormones and lust. At thirty-five, he’s tired of his playboy lifestyle. He wants a wife who isn’t interested in fame, money, or romance. A sensible wife, who values commitment. He wants a partnership, a friendship, and none of the craziness that goes with falling in love. As far as he can see, there’s only one way to get exactly what he wants—he needs an arranged marriage. 

…add a Scottish librarian who has given up on ever falling in love… 

Caroline Patterson terrifies men. With her no-nonsense attitude, and ice queen demeanour, she’s in control of everything—and everyone—around her. Her sensible shoes and grey skirt suits act like a force field, repelling male attention. At thirty-one, she can’t remember the last time she went on a date and is beginning to think she’ll never have a family of her own. When an American stranger approaches Caroline with a marriage proposal that resembles a business contract, she quickly accepts. She doesn’t expect romance. But she does expect to control each and every detail of their lives together. Because as life has taught her—if you aren’t in control, bad things happen. 

…and you get romance Invertary style! 

Josh and Caroline learn the hard way that falling in love isn’t something you can avoid. And it definitely isn’t something you can control. Their well laid plans are about to degenerate into chaos, as they fall in love the Invertary way.

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Thursday, October 9, 2014

New Release! Rivers by Jennifer Rae Gravely

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Title: Rivers Author: Jennifer Rae Gravely Series: Orders of the Sky #2 Genre: New Adult Publisher: Blue Tulip Publishing

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 I’ve always been fascinated by ghosts. They’re simply lost souls looking for the conclusion to their story. After years of chasing the phantom of Stone into the night, I’ve sought to live and love again in the new chapter of my life. I’m not the na├»ve girl I once was. I know what I want, what I need. But like the tortured spirits wandering the earth, can I find the happy ending I crave or will the apparitions of the past destroy any chance of everlasting bliss?
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  "I told you that you shouldn't smoke." Drew came up behind me. "Don't scare me like that." I jumped. "I almost threw the cigarette into the water thinking you were Jackson." "Here, let me do that for you." He snatched the cigarette and threw it into the river. "Hey! I was enjoying that immensely." "You don't need to smoke. If you aren't worried about your health, then be vain and worry about your looks. Smoking will age you." "It's not like I chain smoke or anything," I tossed my hair over my shoulder. "Doesn't matter, it's a horrible habit to start." "Then what self-destructive habit should I take up?" "Why do you need to destroy yourself?" "Pattern of my life." I stared out at the stars in the night. "Are you that unhappy?" "Right now, yes." He put his hand on my shoulder. "What can I do to make it better? Anything, you name it?" "I'm not sure there's anything you can do." "I can make you happy." He twisted me around to face him. "Run away with me." "Be serious, Drew." I sighed. "Come teach me to jitterbug. Dancing will clear my mind. Not to mention, if we're caught outside together, tongues will wag." The door creaked open across the deck behind us. "Too late."   Black_scroll_with_transparent_background 3 rivers meme 2 Black_scroll_with_transparent_background 3
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Author Bio

Jennifer Rae Gravely 
 Sweet. Sassy. Southern. Born in Ohio but raised in Pickens, SC, Jennifer Rae Gravely graduated from Converse College with a triple major in History, Politics, and English before earning a master's degree in education. Returning to her high school alma mater to teach English and coach volleyball, Gravely's teams won five state championships and seven upper state titles in eleven years. Moreover, the SCACA named her coach of the year for the 2013 season. Jennifer writes about the fictional Southern town of Keowee. The Astraea Press novels, Knight of the Dead and Set to Love, in addition to the short story, "Love and Diamonds," deal with present day Keowee and are contemporary romances. The edgier novels of the Orders of the Sky series Drown and Rivers, published by Blue Tulip Publishing, take place in the eighties and nineties and are best classified as new adult fiction. She lives with her husband, daughter, seven beagles, and three cats. Jennifer loves to talk beagles, balls, and books!
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