Friday, July 19, 2013

Mating Instinct by Tara Chervestt Tour

Mating Instinct by Tara Chevrestt
FREE on Amazon July 18th - 20th ~~ Amazon Buy Link


This is exactly what you need!

It’s Valentine’s Day and when Ariel receives a package of incense in the mail from her Pagan friend and mentor, she isn’t sure what to make of the enclosed note. Sure, she has some issues, but who doesn’t?

When the smoke releases its magic, Ariel gets an evening of surprise humor and romance, and it is indeed exactly what she needs.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Review Needed--------Review - Welcome to Adelheid by Mia Darien

Book Synopsis:

Welcome to Adelheid, CT. Freak central. Unofficial capital of legal preternatural creatures in the Northeast. Focal point for anti-preternatural sentiments in the United States.

Who would ever guess that this otherwise sleepy New England town houses many of the most powerful beings known to exist?

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In "Cameron's Law," meet Sadie Stanton, vampire poster girl for preternatural rights. She's just trying to start a business to help the community, but when vampires and werewolves start attacking each other, she gets thrust in the middle.

In "When Forever Died," Dakota is a rare shifter and hunter who has lived a long, hard life. But the past never sleeps and two simultaneous cases are going to test the personal defenses she's built over the centuries.

In "Voracious," the life D wants isn't what it seems. He certainly never planned on the fangs, but he's going to need a lot more than the pointy teeth to survive the first weeks of his new existence.

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About the Author:

Mia Darien is an indie author of speculative fiction, and a New England Yankee transplanted into Alabama clay. No matter her geography, she continues to stubbornly and rebelliously live the life of her choosing along with her family and pets. She doesn't miss the snow.

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Friday, July 5, 2013

Need Review-------Review/Tour Freshman Forty by Christine Duval


When eighteen-year-old Laurel Harris discovers she’s pregnant four weeks into the start of her freshman year at prestigious Colman College, she has all intentions of telling her father. But being away at school makes it too easy to hide. And while she can’t explain to her friends, or to herself even, the reasons why she doesn’t want the baby’s father to find out about the pregnancy, the rest of her world begins to unravel.


About this author:

Christine Duval has been writing creatively since the fourth grade when she penned her first short story entitled "London Terror," about the murder of a cat in London.She grew up on the North Shore of Long Island and lived in Italy twice as a teenager.

College was spent in the Finger Lakes: the inspiration for Colman, Milton, and Kashong Lake in Freshman Forty. It really is cold, wet and grey there - OFTEN! But when the sun comes out, boy is it pretty.

Life eventually took her to New York's Upper West Side, the place she'll always consider home. Though for now she resides in New Jersey with her family and a very spoiled love bird who can't decide if he's a boy or she's a girl.

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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Review - The Harvesting by Melanie Karsak

Synopsis: It's all fun and games until someone ends up undead.

Though Layla reluctantly returns home to rural Hamletville after a desperate call from her psychic grandmother, she could never have anticipated the horror of what Grandma Petrovich has foreseen. The residents of Hamletville will need Layla's help if they are to survive the zombie apocalypse that's upon them. But that is not the only problem. With mankind silenced, it soon becomes apparent that we were never alone. As the beings living on the fringe seek to reclaim power, Layla must find a way to protect the ones she loves or all humanity may be lost.

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Review: Okay firstly I am a HUGE fan of the zombie genre so it was a must for me to pick this one up anyhow but boy did I get a whooping surprise when not only did I find the townfolks battling zombies but we also have vamps and spirits running amok among them as well? Oh holy hell the action this story unravels is to much for me to even attempt to discuss here but I was very into and hooked on the story by the first couple of pages.

I was really thrilled that this was not your average zombie story with folks running about doing dumb stuff. It was like even though obviously zombie outbreaks aren't an everyday attraction these folks kinda already knew common sense stuff like shoot them in the head, don't touch them for Gods sake, and be ready to cut your losses."Sorry cousin Lulu but you been infected gotta shoot you it's nothing personal!" I know that may sound harsh but face it that is not your friend or family member any longer.

If ever a zombie outbreak occurs I hope I have Layla or somebody like her on my side because she one tough cookie. She gets the job done no matter what the consequenses and I loved her for that. I enjoyed the interactions between her, Ian, and Jamie. Ian was the big arse in this story though and I am so thrilled Layla saw thru his crap but I am not going there or I may tend to ramble....

No matter what your pleasure I am sure some aspect of this story will grip you!

About the Author: Melanie Karsak, steampunk connoisseur, white elephant collector, and caffeine junkie, resides in Florida with her husband and two children. Visit the author at her blog,, to learn more about upcoming projects.

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