"The Adventures of Lovable Lobo: Lobo’s Howliday" by C. L. Murphy

The Adventures of Lovable Lobo:
Lobo’s Howliday
by C. L. Murphy
The Adventures of Lovable Lobo: Lobo’s Howliday will be FREE to download from iTunes on 18 December only. You can also enter the giveaway for your chance to win a $100 iTunes gift card or PayPal cash! This book blast is brought to you by Mother Daughter Book Promotion Services.
It’s almost Christmas and Santa finds himself in quite the predicament due to unintended consequences as a result of trying something new. Lobo, and his raven sidekick, Roxy, travel to the North Pole to help the jolly ole’ one and are guided by the Arctic animals. The colors of the season delight along the way and make for a howling good holiday. Can you howl Ho Ho Ho?
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The Adventures of Lovable Lobo: Lobo’s Howliday is a children’s book written by C. L. Murphy. Lobo and his friend Roxy, the raven, are surprised when an owl comes to see Lobo with a special delivery. Within the bag is Arty, an Arctic mouse who has an urgent request from Santa. Santa needs Lobo’s help this year, and the three of them set off for the North Pole. Along the way, they meet an Arctic fox, who lets them stay the night in his den and a polar bear who transports them across icy water. An Arctic wolf accompanies them for the rest of the journey to Santa’s Village, where an Arctic hare is waiting for them. Santa has updated his method of delivering gifts on Christmas, but he’s got a problem that Lobo can help him with.
I was spellbound reading The Adventures of Lovable Lobo: Lobo’s Howliday. C.L. Murphy’s artwork is simply amazing. Each page is filled with images you can get lost in: lush green forests, sparkling night skies, snowy expanses, and the animals have personality and incredible appeal. If you’re lacking in Christmas spirit this year, no matter what your age, spending some time with Lobo, Roxy, and Arty will soon change your attitude. Lobo’s Howliday is also a great way to introduce a child to the Northern Lights, the Arctic, and the amazing animals that live there (see if you can find the Orca!). I’ve already recommended The Adventures of Lovable Lobo: Lobo’s Howliday to friends who have children or grandchildren. It’s a very special book. ~ 5 Star Review, Jack Magnus, Readers Favorite
About the Author
While new to the children’s book writing and illustrating scene, C. L. has been doodling her way through life since she won a school wide poster contest in the third grade. She’s had the pleasure of working as an artist in residence, creating cartoons and painting murals with the children at local elementary schools. She adores the wonder and curiosity of young children. For years, she filed picture book ideas away, until the reality of the empty nest syndrome sunk in and she decided to bring her favorite one to fruition.
She based the character Lovable Lobo on something very dear to her heart, a real wolf that she’s raised for the last 13 years. She’s felt the need to protect him his entire life, primarily due to the preconceived notions that wolves are to be feared.
She lives amongst the wildlife in an enchanted forest in the beautiful Oregon wilderness. She has always appreciated nature and animals have always played a major role in her life. She was that little girl who brought home the strays asking “Can we please keep it?” At an early age she realized her connection with animals by training a wild bluejay to appear on command to take food from her hand.
Check out her book series and discover that you, too, will find Lobo lovable.
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Bewitching Book Tours Magazine – December 2013

Bewitching Book Tours Magazine
December 2013

Bewitching Book Tours Magazine December Issue is packed with holiday fun. Check out the big double issue featuring:
·       Christmas pictorials in the Pin Up Files
·       Holiday traditions
·       Tarot in Fiction
Author Interviews, and many holiday books with excerpts – we have YA Paranormal, holiday romance, holiday erotica, even a holiday horror. Something for everyone’s holiday reading needs.
Featured Holiday Books and Authors:
·       The Longest Night by Alyxandra Harvey
·       The Year the Cat Saved Christmas and Mrs Scrooge by Barbara Bretton
·       Christmas in Dogtown by Suzanne Johnson
·       All I Want for Christmas is You by Lisa Mondello
·       Christmas as the Gingerbread Café by Rebecca Raisin
·       Five Golden Rings by Jeffe Kennedy featured in Season of Seduction
·       Ruler of Demons by Scott Lerner
·       Revving Up the Holidays by A. S. Fenichel
·       Tasty Christmas Treats by Roxanne Rhoads
·       Ribbon of Darkness by Decadent Kane
And for those not in the mood for holiday reads we have Snow White and the Vampire by Marina Myles.
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BTS Book Reviews Magazine – December 2013

BTS Book Reviews Magazine
December 2013

BTS Book Reviews Magazine features free author promotions, highlighting an excerpt, or interview, blurb, cover, author bio and photo. In each issue there are entertaining and informative columns for readers and authors. Each month they showcase articles, a short story and numerous book reviews. Advertising is available in every issue.
Looking for some fabulous romantic and historical reads? Check out the December issue of BTS Book Reviews for some must-have books.
Get in the holiday spirit with Kit Wylde’s free read, “A Christmas Wish”.
Find some great contemporary and historical titles to read with reviews for:
The Blog Affair by Alissa Baxter
A Cowboy of Her Own by Joann Baker and Patricia Mason
To Have and To Hold by Leigh Greenwood
Praise of the Heart by Regina Andrews
UnAttainable by Madeline Sheehan
Lady Jenny’s Christmas Portrait by Grace Burrowes

"A Path Toward Home: The Annals of Avonea 1" by Heather R. Lorenz

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A Path Toward Home:
The Annals of Avonea 1
by Heather R. Lorenz
Constance waited eagerly for her mother’s vivid bedtime stories. They were truly children’s literature in action and told so convincingly of a magical land that Constance could almost believe her mother had been there and returned. If they had been put in writing, there is no doubt they would be children’s classics. By age 6 Constance was living with her Aunt and Uncle in Canada and struggles for a time. Travel adventures are not her lot as uncle is a very contented homebody.
A teenager now, she no longer reads children’s fantasy books for kids. By age 9-12 she had in fact given up believing in fairy tales and fantasies. Life in Saltwater is routine and boring when her best friend moves away. One day she was swinging on her mother’s old swing ….when suddenly it was dark with whispering voices in the background.
When she next opened her eyes, where in the world was she? Living In some children’s adventure books? By age 9-12 she had put such thoughts behind her. Now she wasn’t so sure. Soon she meets her rescuers who concoct a plan to take her home. Will it be successful and what about her uncle? He must be frantic with worry. Meanwhile there are things to do and places to go.
Prince Drinian and his trusty mentor Woodphere are determined to help her return to her world. Barely into the journey, Constance encounters a young man who says an alternate route which will be much faster. Who should she believe? Constance learns that even close friends may disagree especially when they are exposed to the harsh realities of nature. They are able to resolve their difficulties and forge ahead. Soon she finds herself in a competition not of her choosing.
Scary terrain, a near fatal injury and a mysterious manor lie ahead. What secrets are behind those doors and can the secretive old man give them the answers they seek? Just ahead lies enemy territory and a princess with an attitude. A close encounter with thieves and robbers hastens their departure to the young prince’s boyhood home.
But for Constance the journey is not finished. Join her and her newfound friends as they embark for their destination: The Circle of Return.
Moolow’s manor loomed before them, dark and mystical. Constance, Drinian, and Woodphere strode up the dark marble steps to the huge bronze door. As Woodphere pulled on a long rope near the door, a gentle sound like wind chimes played, as the door creaked open.

“Have you ever been here, Drinian?” Constance asked.

“No, I haven’t. Moolow always came to my father when we needed him,” Drinian replied.

The door was now completely open, and much to Constance’s surprise the interior was not dark and gloomy. Instead, it was very elaborate with marble stairs that led up to the second floor, red carpet and light wood furnishings.

“It’s beautiful in here!” Constance exclaimed, as she looked up at the thousand diamond chandelier that hung from the ceiling.

“Indeed,” Drinian replied, in awe.

An old man was standing at the foot of the stairs. He was dressed in a long red robe, and his long white beard hung to his waist.

“Greetings to you travelers,” He said in a deep raspy voice.

Woodphere and Drinian bowed and Constance curtsied as best as she was able.

“Your clothes are shabby and you look in need of a refreshing bath.” Moolow said with a kind smile.

“Thank you sir, but we can’t stay long and it is very important for us to talk to you,” Drinian said.

“We will conduct business after you bathe and change your clothing, Your Majesty. Now, follow me.”

Moolow headed up the winding staircase to the next floor, and led each to private rooms where a bath awaited each of them.

After Moolow closed the door, Constance wondered, how could the old man have baths awaiting them, when he didn’t even know they were coming?

Constance glanced about the darkened room at the pulled curtains and the three flickering candles. The steaming tub of bubbly water in the corner looked delightful. But what was that bulge on the far wall? Constance picked up a candle holder, walked briskly to the wall and gave a firm push. With a sharp creaking sound the wall opened, revealing a secret opening.

Constance eyes were wide with excitement as she entered, candle in hand. It was a long hidden passage that reminded Constance of the old castles she had read about. The stone walls were musty and damp and felt cold against her hand as she guided herself along the wall.

It seemed that she walked for hours until she reached a dead end. Why would a tunnel come to a dead end? Constance lifted her candle against the wall to see if she could find a handle or lever. Spotting an odd looking torch above her head, she seized it in both hands and spun it downward as the wall opened! She hesitantly entered a massive round room with shelves reaching as high as 40 feet with bottles and books neatly arranged on them.

Constance stepped up to a round table with bottles of all shapes and sizes. Was this the lab of some mad scientist? She picked up a container with green liquid and read, a potion to make your freckles disappear. Next, she picked up a bottle labeled, the potion to regain arm strength, and another for growing a thick beard. I don’t think I would like that one, Constance thought, glancing about the room. A book that lay open on a small table gave instructions for creating potions. One line read, use lemon, lavender and clover to get rid of warts.

“This is amazing! How in the world did Moolow come up with all these concoctions?” Constance whispered aloud.

“It took me many years,” boomed a voice from behind her.

“Oh Moolow, I’m sorry. I should not by prying.”

“I don’t mind, as long as you can keep this place a secret.”

“I promise, I won’t tell anyone, not even Drinian or Woodphere.”

“I believe you. Now what can I get you? You surely do not need a beauty potion.”

“No, I don’t need anything. But how did you invent all these potions?”

“I experimented on many different people,” Moolow replied. There are over 2,000 remedies here.

“How do you get away with doing that?”

“I tell people that I am trying a new experiment. If it works, I start selling it and they get half the profits. So they let me do it.

I did feel bad one time when I was creating a potion to grow hair. A bald old man was the guinea pig and it ended up turning the top of his head blue!”

“Oh my!” Constance exclaimed smiling.

“Actually, you would be perfect for my next experiment. I want to see if my potion of changing hair texture works.”

“No thank you. I don’t want to end up bald like Woodphere.

“Very well then. But perhaps you could use a poison snake bite healing potion?”

“How did you know about my snake bite?”

“Drinian told me and wondered if there was anything I could give you. And over here’s just the thing,” Moolow said, as he walked over to his desk and picked up a clear bottle with red liquid.

“Thank you, Moolow. How much should I use?” Constance asked as she took the bottle from him.

“Take it with you and apply it every two hours. Within three days your leg should be as good as new, without even a blemish.” Come, you should get changed before dinner.”

“Alright,” Constance replied, following him out of the circular room.

Once Constance had made her way back to her room she went straight to the closet which was full of many beautiful dresses. Constance chose a violet color dress with delicate cream lace around the sleeves, hem and neckline. She quickly put on the dress, combed her hair, put it into a neat bun before stepping into the hall where she was met by Moolow.

“Please, follow me Constance. Drinian and Woodphere are already waiting in the dining room for us,” said Moolow.

Constance followed him downstairs into a large dining room. The table was very long, and could sit at least ten people on either side.

Drinian and Woodphere both stood when Constance entered. They were both wearing dashing white shirts, with red vests and brown trousers.

“You look quiet elegant, Constance,” Woodphere said approvingly.

“Indeed you do,” agreed Drinian.

“Why, thank you! You two look quite handsome yourselves,” Constance replied.

“Please be seated and I shall bring out the food,” Moolow said, as he exited the room. Soon he returned with steaming platters of poached eggs and toast. After they had finished, Moolow passed his guests a brimming plate full of cheeses, crackers and meats for their enjoyment.

“Moolow we must speak to you,” Drinian said, taking a sip of juice.
A Path Toward Home resembles the Narnia stories, in that the story is for kids, however entrances those of all ages. The main character is a young lady named Constance who is whisked away to the world of Avonea. The characters are very vivid and believable throughout the novel. This is a great story of adventure, fantasy, mystery and suspense in one tidy little bundle.
About the Author
Sixteen year old Heather R. Lorenz writes fantasy and adventure for children ages 10 and up. She is inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis.


"The Myths of Hell: A Beautiful Hell Trilogy Book 1" by Nathan J. Anderson

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The Myths of Hell:
A Beautiful Hell Trilogy Book 1
by Nathan J. Anderson
The Myths of Hell is the first book in A Beautiful Hell Trilogy. Books 2 and 3, The Ache for Paradise and Does Hell Really Last Forever?, are both due for release early 2014.
Though hell is probably not your everyday dinner topic, it slips itself into many conversations at a moment’s notice, for example, “what the hell,” “go to hell,” “it was hell” – but does anybody really know what it is?
The images that most often pop into our minds when hell is mentioned are a goaty-looking red guy sporting horns and a devilish grin all while poking some sinner with a pitchfork, or perhaps an ocean of fire brimming with the tormented wicked. Is either of these images right? What does the Bible really say about hell? Is hell truly necessary? Is God a thwarted lover who throws people who reject him into hell? Why can’t God just forgive people? How could a loving God throw his creation into torment forever?
And to make the pot even thicker, how is it possible for Jesus to save anybody from going there? It doesn’t make any sense that the death of one person could do anything to save anybody else from hell, yet that is what is preached from countless street corners and soap boxes.
I think God is deeper and wider, higher and brighter than any of us could have ever imagined, and that the picture God paints of himself stares at us from the pages of Scripture, yet we often miss it.
As we go through The Myths of Hell, we’re going to chew on some answers for these questions:
– Where is hell?
– Who’s in charge of hell?
– Who’s in charge of death?
– Isn’t Sheol the Old Testament version of hell?
– Is it true that Jesus descended to hell?
– Did Jesus believe in Hades?
– What evil powers are in Hades?
– Who’s in hell right now?
– Where did the idea of hell come from?
– Is there really going to be a lake of fire?
– Do bad people go to hell right away when they die?
– What is the final punishment for the wicked?
Chapter 1: Why I had to Write this Series
I knew when I chose the title for this series that it would raise a few eyebrows. After all, how could such an awful place like hell be beautiful? In order to answer that question, we have to start somewhere else, with a different question, one that has been haunting me for thirty years.
What is it about Jesus’ death that saves us from hell?
It doesn’t make any sense that the death of one man could do anything for anybody else. Granted, God is the one who both came up with the plan and did the dying, and I am just a man, but I can’t help but wonder why? As I rolled this question around in my head, it gave birth to a host of other questions:
            Why can’t God choose to forgive sin without demanding a sacrifice?
            Is God so narrow-minded that he only accepts people who toe the party line and “accept Jesus into their heart?”
            Is God a thwarted lover who throws people into hell just because they don’t respond to his overtures?
            Why are good people who aren’t Christians slated for an eternity in hell?
            What about people who have never heard of Jesus? It doesn’t seem fair that they would be sentenced to torment.
The typical answers to these questions are that God doesn’t grade on a curve, the standard is perfection, and if you aren’t made perfect by Jesus, you’re in trouble. God the Judge is only able to pardon people from sin if they believe that Jesus took the penalty for their sin.
I understand why atheists poke fun at God as being small-minded because he sounds like a capricious god, fickle and trite, as if he made up rules and gets mad when somebody tries to do an end run around him and his system. Or in the words of one Christian blogger in speaking of his high school salvation experience, “It made sense to me to accept a savior who would rescue me from the clutches of the infinitely picky and thoroughly uncompromising High School Principal of the universe.” (Guyton, Morgan, 2012)
But is this really the way it is? Is God an “infinitely picky high school principal of the universe” who set things up so we have to choose to be on Jesus’ team or face His judgment?
Some have asked me why these questions are important, feeling that perhaps I am nitpicking an aspect of faith that should be left alone. I think these questions are crucial because they are at the forefront of many people’s minds. When I read atheist/agnostic comments, these are some of the issues that keep them from faith. These are also the issues that have shriveled the faith of once-vibrant Christians.
If there is something missing or even flat-out wrong about our knowledge of God pertaining to hell and judgment, we need to ask God for wisdom so that we can remove that stumbling block to faith.
Searching for an answer to these questions has taken me deep into the heart of the earth and up to the heights of heaven. Along the way, I have discovered a treasure trove of puzzle pieces that fit together to create a picture of God that astonishes me every time I look at it.
If you are a hunter for truth, welcome to the journey. At the end you might discover that God has become more magnificent in your eyes than ever before.
Ready to begin?
Nathan J. Anderson
P.S. Though I definitely have strong opinions, I am well aware that I do not have a corner on Biblical truth. I’m sure there will be people who disagree with me, and that’s ok. Digging into Scripture to explore what is true about God is all a part of growing in the knowledge of God.
At the end of the day those of us who believe are still brothers and sisters in the faith, held together by the belief that God became a man named Jesus, who lived a perfect life, was crucified on a cross because of our sin, buried, and three days later rose from the dead. He now proclaims ultimate victory over death for anyone who turns from sin and follows him in faith. Amen.
A Beautiful Hell is bound to ruffle some feathers. It will stir up what many thought was a settled matter; a matter, however, that is anything but settling … what Nathan has to say is biblical, historical, and reasonable. Believers will be challenged. Skeptics will be encouraged. And everyone in-between will be intrigued.”
Matt Lukowitz, Preaching Pastor, Grace Community Church, Chippewa Falls, WisconsinI
About the Author
Nathan J. Anderson is an author, speaker, hospital chaplain, husband of one, father of four, musician, thinker, cancer survivor, teacher, and bad cook (ever tried homemade meatloaf pizza?). He graduated from Bethel Seminary in 2003 with a Master’s of Arts in Theological Studies, and is part of the church in the Chippewa Valley in Wisconsin. You can visit his blog and join the conversation.
Nathan is the author of Jak and the Scarlet Thread, the first novel of a young adult series that takes readers through the Bible via fantasy adventure. He is also the author of A Beautiful Hell, a theology trilogy that takes the reader on a fascinating journey deep into questions like “Why can’t God forgive sin without demanding a sacrifice?”

"Bird Song" by George Pessin

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Bird Song
by George Pessin
Bird Song is a heart-warming story for all ages. Two birds, one with a broken wing, the other blind, must fly together on their migratory journey south. They encounter various adventures along the way and learn first-hand the power of song.
The thrill of racing with the dawn outweighed any risk. In the speeding silence of muted colors there was a rush of clarity and exhilaration that Peep equated with the vitality of life. He would travel each day in a different direction, setting out in a straight line as far as the eye could see. At midday he abruptly turned homeward and raced back before dark.
On this particular morning, Peep was heading north. Lucky for him, an Owl had already eaten his evening ration of hamster and lark eggs and did not bother to fetch his prey after striking it from the air. Peep heard something break like a twig then passed out.
When he awoke he was laying on a bed of birch leaves in a forest he did not recognize. He did a full turn of his surroundings; high and low canopies intermingled, the sky was barely visible. Not a song was heard. He was on a sloped hillside, closer to the bottom than the top. Help would be at the top, water at the bottom, water first.
This is an adorable story about the loving relationship between a bird with a broken wing and a blind eagle. The words are lyrical and fun and the illustrations are simple and sweet. Perfect length for a bedtime story or nap time. The little ones want to hear it over and over!
About the Author
George Pessin was born in New York though for the last 25 years has called Los Angeles home. He is the owner of Brain Guzzle Digital Marketing, School Garden Weekly, Stem Cell Directory, and Solar Energy Directory. In his spare time he volunteers as an L. A. County Master Gardener. Bird Song is his first book.

"Chains of Frost: The Bellum Sisters 1" by T. A Grey

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Chains of Frost:
The Bellum Sisters 1
by T. A Grey
Chains of Frost by T. A. Grey is on tour with Bewitching Book Tours. Be sure to visit all the other tour stops as well.
Chains of Frost is currently FREE, so grab your copy while you can. Also available: Bonds of Fire, Ties That Bind, The Fallen King, and The Bellum Sisters Book Bundle. Book 5 is coming in 2014.
Three Fates. Three Sisters.
When a will from her dead father decrees Chloe into the protection of the renowned vampire commander, Tyrian en Kulev, she does what any woman would do – and casts a spell. Things get worse for Chloe when the spell she and her sisters perform summons an ancient demon from deep within the earth. Now she’s being hunted by a demon set on killing her and must live at the aptly named Castle Death with the king of cold, Tyrian. Surprisingly, Chloe finds that she doesn’t mind her new Protector so much. His cold, impassionate nature needs a firm push to show his true colors, and Chloe thinks she’s just the one to do it.
Tyrian en Kulev always pays his debts. When Francis Bellum dies and orders Tyrian to act as his eldest daughter’s Protector, Tyrian resigns himself to the position. What should have been a simple deal – keep her in the castle, protect her – has turned difficult. Chloe comes to him with a demon trying to kill her and a sexy attitude that keeps invading his thoughts everywhere he goes. The little succubus easily grabs hold of the heart he’d kept locked away for so long and makes him feel once again. But can they defeat the demon that haunts her and can Tyrian overcome his past and move on to a new future with Chloe?
“This situation is one that neither of us seems to want.” For some reason, the fact that he didn’t want her miffed her. Just a little.
“Then let me go.” He didn’t shake his head, but she sensed the refusal in him.
“Impossible. I am sealed by a debt of honor to your father. I will uphold it, no matter how complicated this matter is. The rules I mentioned before still stand and will never change.” 
He had a mouth that if wasn’t pulled into that tight line might be kissable, even lickable. Dang, Chloe. What’s wrong with you? Checking out the captor? She was crazy.
“Honestly, who upholds any of that old school stuff anyway? No one. My Papa didn’t even pay into the whole patriarchal thing. Seriously, we were raised to be independent and taught not to rely on a man. That fact that he’s…he’s given me to you is ridiculous and completely wrong for him. Just let me go and we’ll call it even. Your debt paid.”
“I can’t do that, Ms. Bellum. I will not dishonor your father and the vow I made to repay my debt to him. You will stay here, under my protection.”
She scoffed. “And where is here?” His voice was like cold ice running over her. It pebbled her nipples and brought goose bumps over her skin but not in a pleasurable way.
“You are at my castle in Norway. We are near the Jorgmund, the biggest hole in the rift, where we get the most lapses. Many of the Atal Warriors are stationed below the castle.”
Chloe squeezed her eyes shut. Think! Okay, what would her sisters do? Willow was probably already near China. No one could ever stop her, and Lily would probably try to perform some voodoo to get free.
She took a deep breath, which did the opposite of calming her, because she accidentally drew in his scent. She gasped and felt a flash of pleasure surge through her. He smelled as a man should, like something she could lick and bite and sink her teeth into over and again.
Oh God, what am I doing thinking thoughts like that! She was losing her mind. First, her Papa died leaving her to this nonsense, and now she was stuck with the most notorious man in the world. She would escape. She could do that. He didn’t seem intent upon hurting her and she might even be able to use the fact that he was indebted to her Papa to gain some leverage, if necessary.
Escape. Her mind whirled with possibilities. Like how the heck did she get out of Norway and to an airport? She didn’t even have any money on her.
“We need to discuss what will occur at the next new moon.” The thought she’d been having came to an abrupt stop in her head. Her eyes slammed open and her back dug into the door to try to get away from him.
“You can’t…we can’t,” she said, shaking her head to clear it. “No way,” she said finally. The commander turned around and marched away. She took a deep breath; it was as if he sucked up all the air in the room with his presence. Now she could breathe, but it didn’t smell as delicious as it did when he was near.
She tightened her grip on the towel to keep it from sliding down and embarrassing the hell out of her while she slowly, quietly slipped her free hand behind her. Her heart was beating so hard and fast, she prayed he couldn’t hear it. Could vampires hear such things? She reached, searching for the door handle.
“Something must be done. I am sure you are aware of the changes that you will go through at the new moon.”
Chloe glared at him. He knew just the right things to say to piss her off. “I am a succubus; of course I know. Better than you, I’m sure,” she said without hiding the sarcasm in her voice. “And I am not doing that with you,” she added for good measure.
He brought those eyes back to her, seemingly assessing everything about her. From the red nail polish on her toes to the not-perfectly-thin figure she sported. She clutched the towel tighter around her and did what she knew Willow would do. She glared at him with a look that clearly said fuck you.
“That is more than acceptable to me. I am sure you can find any number of willing males around the castle for your time of need. I’d recommend one of my closest guards because I sincerely trust them. If they do not meet your standards, perhaps one of the other Atal Warriors that reside below the castle. Please feel free to ask any of them. I shall not announce it to them in order to spare your privacy.”
Chloe thought his proclamation might be sweet if he didn’t say it with a tone that bordered on arctic. Though she couldn’t help but think that he was acting as her pimp with the suggestion. Bastard. Handsome bastard with a nasty scar that kept drawing her gaze. What was the story behind it? Every scar had a story, no matter how simple. Never mind, it didn’t matter. She was getting the hell out of here.
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This book is well written and so steamy hot that I don’t know if I’m grownup enough to read it!
The characters are well formed. I definitely connected with them. I liked the ironic humor in their circumstances. I liked the bond between the sisters. The sisters are different from each other, but all strong in their own ways. The men don’t stand a chance. Well done!
From the Author
I love to write the kind of stories that will keep you up late at night and make your heart pound. It’s my goal to make each new book better, more exciting, and more action-packed to keep thrilling you. I’m always trying to push the boundaries with my imagination, and yours, to create something new and different.
Open up one of my novels and you will find hot, erotic stories that will make you laugh out loud, cry, and fly through the pages. I write addictive love stories and I hope you like them.