#CoverReveal: The Defender by Donna Grant

We are so excited to share the cover reveal for THE DEFENDER by Donna Grant with you today! THE DEFENDER is the fourth book in Donna’s Sons of Texas series and it releases on June 11th. 

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THE DEFENDER by Donna Grant

Sons of Texas #4   |   June 11, 2019

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About THE DEFENDER: 

Their love knows no borders.

A loner who exudes danger, Lev Ivanski has spent his life in service to one man, someone he loves and respects. But things are changing. Rapidly. Lev and his boss have allies and friends and a new mission more important their than business, all because of the Saints. This clandestine organization needs to be taken down, and Lev has the skills to help. What he doesn’t expect is to be at the mercy of a woman who makes him crave more than he ever thought possible.

Determined and dedicated, Reyna Harris is used to danger and living on the edge. An ex-CIA operative, she’s been embedded with the Saints for years, trying to take them down from the inside. When her cover is blown, she is forced to trust a man she just met, fighting their way out of one battle after another. But there’s something about Lev that Reyna knows she can trust. And love. She needs Lev – and not just to take a swipe at the Saints. Together they’re an unstoppable force. And with their friends, they just might succeed in their mission.

 

 

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About DONNA GRANT:

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Donna Grant has been praised for her “totally addictive” and “unique and sensual” stories. Her latest acclaimed series, Dark Kings, features a thrilling combination of dragons, Fae, and immortal Highlanders who are dark, dangerous, and irresistible. She lives with her two children and an assortment of animals in Texas.

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Release Blitz: Blood Laws by Lexi C. Foss

Today we have the release day blitz for Lexi C Foss’ Blood Laws! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy of this sexy romance today!

Title: Blood Laws

Author: Lexi C Foss

Genre: Paranormal Romance

About Blood Laws:

Astasiya Davenport’s best friend is dead. No, not just dead—murdered. Burned alive. Decapitated. And the only one who can help her figure out what happened is a demon masquerading as a billionaire playboy.

Because that happens in real life.

Yet Astasiya has always known the supernatural exists. Not the kind in fairy tales or happily-ever-afters, but the kind that kills.

Issac Wakefield knows the rules—when you find a fledgling immortal in the city, you kill her. Except Astasiya intrigues him with her uncanny abilities, marking her as too useful for death.

With revenge on his mind, he strikes up an agreement with her instead, one that’ll benefit them both. But as complications arise, secrets unravel, initiating a lethal game that threatens both of their lives.

Loyalties will be tested.

Bonds will be made.

And a forbidden love will rise.

Welcome to the Immortal Curse world, where angels and vampires are redefined and Seraphim reign.

 

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Exclusive Excerpt:

“What are you wearing under this dress?” he asked, his mouth brushing hers, the words whisper-soft.

Not what she expected him to say. “E-excuse me?”

His teeth sank into her lower lip, making her yelp. “Focus.”

On what? The demon club? The humans dying downstairs? The fact that you’re a fucking vampire? Where should I begin?

He sighed, his forehead falling to hers. “Astasiya, we have very little time to sort this before the Conclave. I need you to work with me. Both our lives depend on it. What are you wearing?”

She cleared her throat, her hold on his neck tightening as if needing his support to respond. And maybe she did. This was all a lot to take in. “A, uh, thong,” she managed to say. “And a strapless bra.” Both black and lacy, but she didn’t add that part.

One of his hands drifted from her hair to her waist, then down to her ass. His palm flattened and forced her to arch up into him. A breath hitched in her throat at the feel of his growing arousal.

He’s turned on… here… now?

She trembled, the heat of his body seeping into her cool skin, warming her blood. They were standing rather close. And he smelled amazing, as always.

Anywhere else, in the dark, she’d have kissed him.

But here…

“The dress will have to stay, then,” he said, the disappointment evident in his voice.

She frowned. “What’s wrong with my dress?” It hit her midthigh and clung to her curves. She looked good in it.

He ignored her, his mouth brushing hers in a chaste kiss as his hips pressed firmly into hers.

Definitely aroused.

“You’re going to see things tonight that will make you want to scream, but you must remain calm and quiet. Mortals who overreact die, and they die badly.”

 

About Lexi C. Foss:

Lexi C. Foss is an award winning and bestselling author of paranormal romance. She loves complex plots, twists and turns, and writing fantasy with strong, realistic elements. Many of her readers comment on how her worlds feel real, and she not-so-secretly wishes they were—at least some of them.

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Blog Tour Extract: A Country Rivalry by Sasha Morgan

A Country Rivalry by Sasha Morgan

Publisher: Aria
Publication Date: 19th march 2019
Format: Ebook
ASIN: B07KRKZPHY

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Description

Life in the beautiful Cotswolds village of Treweham could never be described as boring, but the arrival of a documentary film crew means that things are even busier than normal.

For the ever-so dashing Lord of the Manor Tobias Cavendish-Blake and his new wife Megan, it’s a great advertising opportunity as they’ve recently opened up their home, Treweham Hall, to the public. And for the chef at the local pub The Templar, Finula, the arrival of the brooding director Marcus Devlin, means her love life is looking up.

Whilst at the racing stables, jockey and trainer Dylan Delaney is hoping the exposure will help him find new owners and horses for him and his partner Flora to train. But there is more to Marcus Devlin than meets the eye, and he has very personal reasons for heading to the Cotswolds.

And once his plans become clear, life in Treweham may never be the same again.


About The Author

Sasha lives in a rural, coastal village in Lancashire with her husband and Labrador dog. She has always written stories from a very young age and finds her fictional world so much more exciting than the real one.

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Extract

Tobias raised his glass. ‘To the last night of our honeymoon.’

Megan raised hers to his. ‘And the beginning of our lives together. Cheers.’

It had been a magical holiday, spent in tranquil, rural Normandy in an enormous farmhouse oozing with character. The ancient beams, stone walls and huge open fireplaces had been a welcome sight for the newlyweds, as had the south-facing terrace, which caught the sun all day. But what made the farmhouse so special was the garden and its wild Parma violets growing in abundance. Their sweet aroma had hit Megan immediately, transporting her back in time and bringing to mind memories of her gran, who always wore the fragrance of violets.

None of this was coincidence, of course. Tobias had known exactly what he was doing when booking the accommodation. It had been Ted, Megan’s grandfather, who had told him about the farmhouse and the part it played in his life years ago during the war. It was here that the kind French family had helped him recuperate from his injuries. He had lived with them for almost a year, as his lost memory slowly eased its way back to life, and the smell of Parma violets had given him the jolt he needed to recover the faded memories of his first love, Grace, Megan’s grandmother. Now the farmhouse was a luxurious B & B, which retained its rustic charm. Tobias had been thorough in his research and, with Ted’s help, he had managed to track it down and make his wife’s honeymoon all the more special for the sentimental link.

Together Tobias and Megan had lazed by the still, turquoise pool, walked through the wooded valley, meandered through the busy market square, eaten fine French cuisine and drunk rich, fruity wine in the dusk by candlelight, listening to the cicadas. They had all they needed: each other and the promise of a family on the way. As Lord Cavendish-Blake and the new custodian to the ancestral home, Treweham Hall, it fell on Tobias’ head to produce an heir, an obligation he had fulfilled with Megan a month before marrying her. They had yet to announce the good news, choosing to keep it secret for the moment.

For Tobias, this was a cherished time. Having been dubbed a ‘wild child’ in his youth, along with his two close friends, Seamus Fox and Dylan Delany, his meeting Megan only seven months ago and falling head over heels in love was somewhat out of character, or so the tabloids would have their readers believe. According to them ‘Lord Cavendish-Blake-the-rake’ had been untameable, a hell-raiser, who, together with Seamus, had been nicknamed ‘the Heir and the Fox’. Their antics had been reported in many a newspaper, but now it appeared they had been tamed and disciplined, just like the stallions they rode. Seamus was now the obedient husband to the fiery Tatum, who was more than capable of cracking the whip, and a doting father to their two little girls. Tobias was the love-struck new husband to Megan, who had moved into Treweham village last spring after inheriting her grandmother’s cottage.

Megan had worked in the local pub, The Templar, becoming close friends to Finula, who was the landlord’s daughter and who couldn’t speak highly enough of Tobias and his family. Megan had been instantly attracted to the dark-haired, green-eyed, devilishly handsome lord, who made her laugh. She also fell for the caring, compassionate side to him that had never been described in the papers. It had been a whirlwind romance, leaving Megan a touch dizzy. Tobias had provided practical help whilst renovating her grandmother’s cottage and offered emotional support when she had discovered the truth about who her granddad actually was. He’d made no secret of his attraction towards her either, and despite her wariness of his notorious past, his charm had won her. And when she had realised she was pregnant, her whole being had well and truly spun.

For Tobias, it was simply the icing on the cake; all he ever wanted. He’d craved a deep, loving relationship and yearned for children, especially when witnessing how happy his best friend, Seamus, was with his wife and two daughters. From the moment he first set eyes on Megan he knew she had to be his. He’d fallen under the spell of her brown, almond-shaped eyes, her freckled, button nose and silky, brown hair cut neatly into a bob. The feeling he had wasn’t just lust, of that he was certain. He found her company refreshing; she often made him laugh and her quiet confidence gave her a pleasant self-assuredness, not like the brash, overbearing women who had thrown themselves at him. Her interest in his upbringing hadn’t been crass, it was genuine, his background being a total contrast to her own. Despite his reputation and all the glamorous girlfriends that had been pictured on his arm, he had only felt like this once before. He had previously been engaged to another local girl, years ago. Tragically she had been hit and killed by a drunk driver, leaving Tobias heartbroken. The press still hadn’t relented, choosing to home in on a young man’s desperate grief. In the end Tobias had retaliated and given them something to write about, each exploit getting more daring and outrageous than the next. Now it was different: now he had settled down.

Tobias raised his glass. ‘To the last night of our honeymoon.’

Megan raised hers to his. ‘And the beginning of our lives together. Cheers.’

It had been a magical holiday, spent in tranquil, rural Normandy in an enormous farmhouse oozing with character. The ancient beams, stone walls and huge open fireplaces had been a welcome sight for the newlyweds, as had the south-facing terrace, which caught the sun all day. But what made the farmhouse so special was the garden and its wild Parma violets growing in abundance. Their sweet aroma had hit Megan immediately, transporting her back in time and bringing to mind memories of her gran, who always wore the fragrance of violets.

None of this was coincidence, of course. Tobias had known exactly what he was doing when booking the accommodation. It had been Ted, Megan’s grandfather, who had told him about the farmhouse and the part it played in his life years ago during the war. It was here that the kind French family had helped him recuperate from his injuries. He had lived with them for almost a year, as his lost memory slowly eased its way back to life, and the smell of Parma violets had given him the jolt he needed to recover the faded memories of his first love, Grace, Megan’s grandmother. Now the farmhouse was a luxurious B & B, which retained its rustic charm. Tobias had been thorough in his research and, with Ted’s help, he had managed to track it down and make his wife’s honeymoon all the more special for the sentimental link.

Together Tobias and Megan had lazed by the still, turquoise pool, walked through the wooded valley, meandered through the busy market square, eaten fine French cuisine and drunk rich, fruity wine in the dusk by candlelight, listening to the cicadas. They had all they needed: each other and the promise of a family on the way. As Lord Cavendish-Blake and the new custodian to the ancestral home, Treweham Hall, it fell on Tobias’ head to produce an heir, an obligation he had fulfilled with Megan a month before marrying her. They had yet to announce the good news, choosing to keep it secret for the moment.

For Tobias, this was a cherished time. Having been dubbed a ‘wild child’ in his youth, along with his two close friends, Seamus Fox and Dylan Delany, his meeting Megan only seven months ago and falling head over heels in love was somewhat out of character, or so the tabloids would have their readers believe. According to them ‘Lord Cavendish-Blake-the-rake’ had been untameable, a hell-raiser, who, together with Seamus, had been nicknamed ‘the Heir and the Fox’. Their antics had been reported in many a newspaper, but now it appeared they had been tamed and disciplined, just like the stallions they rode. Seamus was now the obedient husband to the fiery Tatum, who was more than capable of cracking the whip, and a doting father to their two little girls. Tobias was the love-struck new husband to Megan, who had moved into Treweham village last spring after inheriting her grandmother’s cottage.

Megan had worked in the local pub, The Templar, becoming close friends to Finula, who was the landlord’s daughter and who couldn’t speak highly enough of Tobias and his family. Megan had been instantly attracted to the dark-haired, green-eyed, devilishly handsome lord, who made her laugh. She also fell for the caring, compassionate side to him that had never been described in the papers. It had been a whirlwind romance, leaving Megan a touch dizzy. Tobias had provided practical help whilst renovating her grandmother’s cottage and offered emotional support when she had discovered the truth about who her granddad actually was. He’d made no secret of his attraction towards her either, and despite her wariness of his notorious past, his charm had won her. And when she had realised she was pregnant, her whole being had well and truly spun.

For Tobias, it was simply the icing on the cake; all he ever wanted. He’d craved a deep, loving relationship and yearned for children, especially when witnessing how happy his best friend, Seamus, was with his wife and two daughters. From the moment he first set eyes on Megan he knew she had to be his. He’d fallen under the spell of her brown, almond-shaped eyes, her freckled, button nose and silky, brown hair cut neatly into a bob. The feeling he had wasn’t just lust, of that he was certain. He found her company refreshing; she often made him laugh and her quiet confidence gave her a pleasant self-assuredness, not like the brash, overbearing women who had thrown themselves at him. Her interest in his upbringing hadn’t been crass, it was genuine, his background being a total contrast to her own. Despite his reputation and all the glamorous girlfriends that had been pictured on his arm, he had only felt like this once before. He had previously been engaged to another local girl, years ago. Tragically she had been hit and killed by a drunk driver, leaving Tobias heartbroken. The press still hadn’t relented, choosing to home in on a young man’s desperate grief. In the end Tobias had retaliated and given them something to write about, each exploit getting more daring and outrageous than the next. Now it was different: now he had settled down.


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Release Day Blitz: Worth Fighting For by Amanda Kelley

Today we have the release blitz for Amanda Kelley’s Worth Fighting For! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today!

Title: WORTH FIGHTING FOR

Author: Amanda Kelley

Genre: Contemporary Romance

About Worth Fighting For:

Nothing in Kellen O’Connell’s life has come easy. He knows better than anyone that if you want something, you better fight for it.   When he finds himself drawn to a feisty kindergarten teacher, he realizes he’s going to have to fight harder than ever if he wants to know her secrets.   On the outside, Ali Crawford has it all. The perfect job. Great friends. A wonderful family. But she has demons, just like everyone else. There are things she’s never given a voice to, and they are relentlessly chipping away at her conscience.   Will she have the courage to trust the magnetic, if not annoyingly infuriating, Kellen with her past? Or will she let it ruin the best thing she’s ever known, as it turns her into someone she doesn’t even recognize?   If they can learn to trust each other, they might just find something worth fighting for.   *Intended for readers 18 years of age and up due to mature content.

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While the kids were held captive by one of the men donning a heavy tan fire suit, Ali felt someone come stand beside her. She glanced to her right and found Kellen. He seemed much bigger, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with her, than he had the other day. Ali wouldn’t consider herself short, and he still had at least six inches on her. “You doin’ okay?” he whispered, keeping his eyes trained forward. “Aces. Why do you ask?” “Oh, I don’t know. Could have something to do with the pale skin and choppy breathing. Or maybe it’s the way you’re swaying on your feet.” Crap. She hadn’t thought it was so noticeable. She caught the eye of one of her students who’d turned to talk to the boy next to him and motioned for him to be quiet and pay attention before she whispered back, barely moving her lips, “Occupational hazard. I’m fine.” “Of course you are, but why don’t you have a seat before you fall over?” Ali gritted her teeth. More than a little annoyed that he’d noticed. Annoyed that she felt like crap. Annoyed that he’d ordered her around. And annoyed that the pills were barely keeping her on her feet. “I said, I’m fine.” “Whatever you say, Ali Cat.” “Excuse me? Did you just call me an alley cat?” When he didn’t respond, she glanced up at him and found him completely relaxed, calmly watching the firemen who began taking questions from the kids. That only annoyed her further. “You know, in polite society, people don’t go around pointing out how crappy someone else looks.” “And, if you’d retract your claws a little, you’d realize I never said you looked crappy. I was simply asking if you were feeling okay.” Double crap. Ali closed her eyes. He was right, and she was being a bitch again. She had ninety more minutes before she could head home and quarantine herself—and her bitchiness—in a hot bath where she couldn’t infect anyone else. But there was something she needed to do first. “I’m sorry.” “Accepted,” Kellen easily returned. “No, not just for today,” she continued. “For last week in front of the diner. I was snippy that day, too, and you didn’t deserve it then any more than you deserve it now.” “Has everyone been graced with your sunny demeanor lately, or am I just that lucky?” She huffed out a surprised laugh. “You’ve been luckier than most.” “Any particular reason?” None that she was going to share. “Luck of the draw, I guess.” “Fair enough.” “And I appreciate your concern. Thank you for checking on me.” See, I can be nice.     About the Author: Amanda was raised in a small town in Wyoming where she met and married her high school sweetheart. Today, they live in Northern Colorado where she is lucky enough to be a stay-at-home mom to two incredible sons. When she is not attempting to write awesome love stories, she spends her days as a chauffeur, alarm clock, maid, nurse, chef, counselor, cheerleader, referee, finder of shoes and homework, giver of hugs, and pet whisperer. And she wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Cover Reveal: Making Home With You by Claire Raye

Today we have the cover reveal of MAKING HOME WITH YOU by Claire Raye! Check out this fantastic new contemporary romance, and be sure to grab your copy April 24th!

Title: Making Home With You

Author: Claire Raye

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Day: April 24th

About Making Home With You:

Finn O’Loughlin is the strong silent type, and as Rockport’s chief of police he’s also the town’s most eligible bachelor. But the last thing he’s interested in is a relationship. But the last thing he’s interested in is a relationship. That is until he hooks up with an enigmatic blonde in the bathroom of his family’s pub. Longing to see her again, she reappears on New Year’s Eve and Finn is shocked to realize who she is. Worried about their secret relationship, they continue in private…until they get caught in the act.   With everything out in public, Finn finally feels at ease, content and surprisingly happy in his new relationship. But, with Finn now off the market, he discovers that not everyone is happy about the situation and soon becomes haunted by a past hook-up who refuses to let go.   Desperate to keep all of this from becoming town gossip, Finn tries to protect his new girlfriend by hiding all of the drama he’s dealing with. Unbeknownst to him though, she’s dealing with problems of her own in the form of a sleazy new boss who doesn’t take no for an answer.   What happens when outside forces trying to pull them apart, collide? Will Finn be able to hold onto this new-found happiness with the first woman to ever captivate him. Or will past regrets and new dangers threaten their happiness?

Catch Up on the Series:

Coming Home To You | Finding Home With You

Exclusive Excerpt:

I look up at the clock for what feels like the millionth time. It’s after nine and Finn still isn’t here, the bar is beginning to fill with costume-clad people and I wonder if I’ve made a mistake pushing the fact that I wanted Finn to wear a costume, let alone join me at the party. But it isn’t such an extreme request surely; it’s a party for his brother and future sister-in-law. I tug at my costume as it rides up a little, cutting into my hips and making it slightly uncomfortable. “He doesn’t really like parties. You’ll get used to it,” a voice says from behind me. When I turn around Kelsey is standing there with a small smile on her face, but it’s just for show. It’s almost like she’s trying to reassure me that it isn’t my fault Finn has yet to show up. Part of me assumed he’d use work as an excuse to avoid tonight. But another part of me, the one that likes to think Finn and I have something, needs him to show up. To show me that he enjoys spending time with me despite his hatred of costumes and crowds. That he wants to be with me regardless. “Seriously…” Kelsey says but stops short and I see her eyes widen, and when I hear Beck yell out, “You’ve got to be fucking kidding me?” my eyes instantly gravitate toward the entrance to the bar. I see him, standing, scanning the crowd, searching for someone, searching for me. In that moment my heart stops and everything around me falls silent. I feel his eyes on me, his smile grows as he takes me in and all I can focus on is him walking over to where I’m standing. Navigating the crowded room and ignoring the comments and the women who attempt to stop him. “That boy loves you,” Kelsey says, her mouth close to my ear. “Look at his face!” “What?” I ask, appalled by her reaction to Finn’s arrival. “Don’t act like you don’t know,” she says, giving my side a little pinch before she bails, leaving me speechless. He loves me? I think as Finn finally stops in front of me, his smile even broader than before. He can’t possibly love me or could he?  

About the Author:

Not only is Claire Raye a really sweet pen name, it’s actually a pen name for two sarcastic best friends who met through their mutual love of reading. After bonding over books (and wine and cheese), they decided to take the plunge and see if they could write a book together and ta dah… The Rockport Beach Series was born! In addition to their shared love of food and dropping an occasional (read, a lot of) f bombs, the writing duo that is Claire Raye like to write about strong, sassy females who aren’t afraid to say what’s on their mind and the overprotective men who fall in love with them. While Claire Raye’s resting bitch face might be strong, she always makes sure her alpha males are stronger!   Writing The Rockport Beach Series has been so much fun, even if Book two needed a shared vacation, a stolen bottle of champagne and far too much vodka and POG to get it back on track! Both halves of Claire Raye are married and both of her husbands have a cheeky side that gets plenty of airtime in her books. From their smart mouths to their witty one-liners, there’s plenty of material to use for all those alpha males she loves to write about.   While Claire Raye isn’t sure she’ll ever reveal who she really is – there’s just something about your co-workers knowing you write erotic love scenes that makes having a pen name that much easier – she’s definitely going to keep on writing. Plans are already underway for the next series, which is sure to feature plenty of sass, steam and humor, and of course, a happily ever after!  

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Cover Reveal: Broken Beats by D. Kelly

We are so excited to be revealing the cover to BROKEN BEATS, the next Illusion Series standalone from D. Kelly. Readers have been begging for Darren’s story and now it’s finally coming – be sure to pre-order your copy today!

 

Model: Graham Nation Cover Designer: Regina Wamba – Mae I Design

About BROKEN BEATS

Darren – Single father Widower Retired Three things I never thought I’d be by thirty, yet all my daily reality. This is not the life I would have chosen, but it’s the hand I’ve been dealt. I love my daughter. I loved Belle. I’m not interested in more heartache. Relationships are a thing of the past. Until I meet her – She’s the awakening I desperately need, but one I’m not sure I deserve.

Haddie – Everything happens for a reason. Time heals all wounds. You’re too young to give up on love. They say that, but they’re wrong. My world crumbled forever when my fiancé died. Then I met him – He’s flawed in the same ways. Broken in the same places. Scared of the same things. He looks at me like I’m his salvation. And I want to be, but an open heart means risking a broken one.

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About D. KELLY

Kelly, author of The Acceptance Series, The Illusion Series, and standalone companion novels Chasing Cassidy and Sharing Rylee, was born and raised in Southern California. She’s a wife, mom, dog lover, taxi, problem fixer, and extreme multi-tasker. She married her high school sweetheart and is her kids’ biggest fan. Kelly has been writing since she was young and took joy in spinning stories to her childhood friends. Margaritas and sarcasm make her smile, she loves the beach but hates the sand, and she believes Starbucks makes any day better. A contemporary romance writer, D. Kelly’s stories revolve around friendship and the bond it creates, strengthening the love of the people who share it. Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Newsletter | BookBub