I enjoy a good shifter romance or urban fantasy book. If I had to select a shifter as my favorite, I’d chose werewolf. But if I WERE a shifter, I’d want to be a bird. The freedom and ability to fly intrigue me. If you were a shifter, what would you want to be? For
Happy New Year and welcome to the Winter Wonder Man Blog hop! What makes a hero in movies and books wonderful to the point your toes curl? For me, I like a hero who is strong, big-hearted, confident, funny and a hopeless romantic. He’ll do anything for the one he loves. He’s not perfect. Nobody
Welcome to my Fall Into Romance Blog Hop. Ah… Romance. Two of my favorite authors who write romances are Jeaniene Frost and Keri Arthur. The Riley Jenson series is a favorite of mine as the protagonist is half vampire and half werewolf. Riley’s adventures are always interesting and the romance is smoking hot. I really
Bad boys in romance are a definite turn on. They really know how to heat things up and cause trouble. Naughty, naughty. The demon in the Soul Catcher series definitely fits the bill. Jeremy is a troublemaker, but he’s got a heart of gold. At least for Jessie. He lights her fire and watch out!
Vampires and Werewolves. They are two of the most well known and popular paranormal creatures today. Bones from Night Huntress (Chapter 32 anyone? *wink*) or Alcide Herveaux from the Sookie Stackhouse series, etc. This hop is all about the vampires and werewolves! Are you a vampire lover or werewolf lover? If you had to choose,
Christmas is coming fast. Are you ready? Every year, I think the time flies faster. I look forward to the holidays to get away from the evil day job and spend time with family, watching movies, and relaxing some. Holidays arrive just as quickly as they leave. Then a new year comes and we start
Jumping into another blog hop. For this one, I’m giving away 2 ebooks. One winner will get to select from the ones currently available in my Soul Catcher series and Project Eve series. (This is a US/International giveaway) All you have to do is (1) follow me on Facebook, Twitter, or this blog; and (2) leave