Monday, December 17, 2018
Dane Walker, Guardian to the Shaw pride, has never lived by the rules. His tastes have always been on the side of extreme. With each passing day that he is tasked to protect the werepanther-owned bar, The Deuce, Dane’s obsession with the two human employees strengthens. He doesn’t trust anyone but himself to guard the bartender, Cole Bryant, and the waitress, Olivia Stone, and he can’t deny his feelings for them both.
Meanwhile, a drug cartel is on the hunt for the men who imprisoned their leader and they want revenge. Cole’s name is at the top of the list, and when they kidnap his baby brother, the pride rallies around them for protection. The pride is on lockdown, but Olivia is targeted before the plan to take out the cartel is put into place.
An emergency making it necessary for Olivia to be turned into a shifter changes everything the pride has ever known about finding a forever mate. The moment Dane gives her his blood, he feels the magic of a mating. Olivia is to be his forever mate, but what he didn’t know…Cole would be claimed as her other mate when she awakens from her change. Dane must do everything in his power to protect everyone he loves, knowing he may have to fight to the death to keep them safe.
She enjoys spending her days and nights creating the perfect love affair, and she takes those ideas to paper. When she’s not writing, Theresa spends her free time traveling and attending concerts all over the United States.
Monday, November 26, 2018
Eric R. Asher
Publication date: November 13th 2018
Genres: Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal
A necromancer’s fear. A family’s fate. An ancient spirit with a new alliance.
I shouldn’t have told myself things couldn’t get any worse. They did.
As Nixie struggles to unite the water witches, the Fae king discovers a spy in his ranks. We’re forced to split our focus and our powers between the unrest in Faerie and the rising tensions in Falias. When Nudd’s latest gambit puts humanity’s most dangerous weapons into his hands, we can’t let anything stand in our way. We’ll need help from new contacts and trusted allies if we hope to stop the Fae king’s madness.
But the award for worst timing in history goes to an old friend: Vicky.
At first, the mass appeared to be a wall of snakes, surging out from one of the cells and splattering against the far wall. But instead of a wet thump, the shadowy forms cracked into the very stone. Among the undulating mass of slithering things, I heard the fall of rock and metal clattering across the floor.
I tried to concentrate on my footing, careful not to twist an ankle, as we attempted to outrun the massive shadows. A moment later, the dullahan’s eyes disappeared in the distance, and those snakelike forms broke into a halo of light. As they crossed through, I could see they were caked in mud, blood, and other viscera I couldn’t identify. One thing I was sure of: they weren’t snakes.
“What is that?” I shouted.
Morrigan glowed. Between one step and the next, the crone became the raven, and she rocketed forward on oily black wings. “Burn them!” the bird squawked.
Throwing an incantation while running was a sure way to miss your target. But one thing Zola had taught me was if you threw a large-enough ball of fire in an enclosed space, you didn’t really need to aim. “Magnus Ignatto!”
I stumbled as the power ripped through me. I felt what was left of the hairs on my arms burn to a crisp. Morrigan, almost distant now, made the turn through the intersection and flew up the stairs. She’d be safe from the heat, though I wasn’t sure if she was susceptible to fire incantations. The chaotic wall of flame shot forward at irregular intervals until it crashed into the writhing mass of what now looked very much like lampreys or dying gray vines draped in gore and dripping blood I suspected was from our allies.
Whatever they were, they were sentient. The instant the flames hit and widened to the point that I couldn’t see down the hallway through the fire and pain in my arms, something else screamed. It wasn’t immediately recognizable as pain, as the sound was so deep and basso it took me a moment to understand the earth wasn’t shaking around me. I let the fires die away and gasped for breath as I stumbled forward, making my way for the staircase as the soles of my boots sizzled on the superheated stone beneath them.
Eric is a former bookseller, cellist, and comic seller currently living in Saint Louis, Missouri. A lifelong enthusiast of books, music, toys, and games, he discovered a love for the written word after being dragged to the library by his parents at a young age. When he is not writing, you can usually find him reading, gaming, or buried beneath a small avalanche of Transformers.
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Thursday, November 15, 2018
Carnival of Darkness
The children all knew the old rhyme their Grandparents whispered to them at night....
Beware Ye the Carnival
that comes in the night.
Beware ye the evils hiding
behind those bright lights.
Beware ye, beware the
of music and laughter
and brightly painted clowns.
Beware ye these strangers
from a strange land,
for no soul is safe
at the carnival of the damned.
They heard the warning, yet every year at midnight on All Hallow's Eve the carnival rolls into town. They flock to its gates seeking thrills, chills, and something more sinister...
Do you dare enter the gates of the Carnival of Darkness?
Friday, November 2, 2018
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Son of No One by Daryl J Ball
Book #1 of The Barrier of Mibekel -
Kar is a survivor. As a half-human, half-elf, he is a walking target. Since the human invasion, the myriad races of Mibekel hate anything associated with their old rivals. That includes Kar. Bitter over his fate, he undertakes a journey...to kill his human father.
To cross the Barrier, a mystical boundary that separates Mibekel from the humans, Kar steals a powerful gem that negates magic. That choice pits him against a powerful sorcerer--a sorcerer who wants the gem and will stop at nothing to get it. With bodies piling up, Kar has to take a stand. After everything he has endured, he might be the only one capable of saving Mibekel and its people.
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Sunday, July 8, 2018
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Author: Laura Haley-McNeil
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It’s his game. He makes the rules. Rule number one – only he can break the rules.
Zach Lowe lives his life without relationships in business and personally. Getting involved doesn’t work well when you’re the Black Knight of Wall Street.
Ellora Duvall, the sweet kid who crushed on him in high school, waltzes into the world of corporate finance with the same wide eyed innocence she had in chemistry class. He hadn’t expected her to affect him the way she did, but he’s in control. A few weeks with Ellora will be pure pleasure, then he’ll move on. She’ll understand. He should, too.
Who broke his rules?
Friday, April 6, 2018
Ashley is kidnapped. The scene of the abduction is horrific and bloody, and the police are convinced she couldn’t have survived. They accuse her boyfriend, Brandon, of Ashley’s murder. He declares his innocence, and claims that a masked man who entered his house and overwhelmed them both took Ashley. No one believes Brandon.
Then the bodies of three other missing girls are discovered, all bearing the mark of a known serial killer the FBI has been hunting for years. Evidence mounts. As Special Agent James Duncan tracks the Hail Mary Killer, Scott and Jessie try to move on with their lives. But they can’t shake the feeling that Ashley may still be alive, and that the time for saving their only daughter is quickly running out.
In the best tradition of literature and suspense, Jackson Paul Baer has weaved a heartfelt tale of one family’s struggle to survive after a despicable evil wrenches them apart
Sunday, February 11, 2018
Friday, January 12, 2018
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