Kat says: The Last American Vampire takes up from where Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter ends, but I don’t think it’s necessary to have read the first book prior to this. There are references to the first book, but LAV takes the reader in a different direction. Where Lincoln basically covered the years of the president’s youth and administration, LAV is a more ambitious work and spans the post-Civil War to nearly the present day, with the possibility of a third book if that’s how you interpret ...more
Bringing home a human can only go two ways. All out war or death.
Robert Gage is surrounded by sex and his wolf is ready to climb the walls. He doesn’t need a mate, but he could use an outlet for his frustration. Someone to warm his bed until morning and then go on her way. He especially doesn’t need a human woman who likes to poke her adorable nose in everyone’s business. Except her scent and her curves are already messing with his head.
Sienna has ...more
International relations have never been so sexy. Foreign Affairs is a four-book boxed set from bestselling authors, Mari Carr and Lexxie Couper.
When Annie Prince flies halfway around the world to visit stockman, Dylan, whom she met online, she finds herself stranded with the wrong cowboy—Dylan’s very sexy twin brother, Hunter.
Flying to New York to meet his soul mate sounds like a fine idea to Dylan—until he discovers she’s gone looking for him. In Australia. Now Dylan’s adrift in the big city. Until he’s rescued by ...more
“His voice, Dilly, it was… growly. Like real growly. It got me tingling.”
Life for curvy, witty, just-fine-by-herself-thank-you-very-much Delilah Coltrane has fallen into a slightly boring, but comfortable routine. She runs stadium stairs, she drinks a little too much and is a karaoke master. But for Dilly, a reluctant ice sculptor, the routine is starting to turn into a rut.
Jake Somerset is a man caught between two worlds. When his father died, he inherited both his spot as head of a massively successful tech company… and ...more
A dark romance about the lies that lead us down…
I’ll do anything to get safe, even if that means working at the scariest club in town.
I’ll do anything to stay hidden, even if it means taking off my clothes for strangers.
I’ll do anything to be free. Except give him up. When he looks at me, I forget why I can’t have him. He’s beautiful and scarred. His body fits mine, filling the places where I’m hollow, rough where I am soft.
He’s the one man who ...more
SEAL Reed Tucker doesn’t believe in commitment, until he tangles the sheets with one hot pilot, Delaney O’Connell. His phobia against commitment is challenged when his best friend asks Delaney to marry him first.
As a helicopter pilot for the 160th Night Stalkers, Delaney knows the risks of loving a SEAL. When her lover’s friend loses an arm in battle, she can’t refuse his marriage proposal when he’s already lost so much. In love with one man, pledged to marry another, she’s torn.
Tuck and Delaney must ...more
Cruz Montes can’t believe her DEA Agent brother is abandoning her on a dusty, isolated ranch in West Texas with a cowboy she’s never met. Carlos swears Niall is the only man who can keep Cruz and her unborn baby safe but she isn’t so sure. One look at the rough ex-soldier and Cruz wonders if she wouldn’t be safer on her own.
Rancher Niall Campbell isn’t thrilled with the prospect of babysit-ting his best friend’s sister, especially when he learns she’s marked for death by ...more
A woman does what’s necessary to get her man…
When Drayce Freeman rocked Kinsey Jamison’s world one passionate night and then turned tail and ran the morning after, she did the only thing a self-respecting woman would. Chase him down and prove they had the zing. Fortunately her BFF, a jaguar shifter, gave her the 411 on wolves—or most of it, that is. She’s ready to do whatever it takes to get her man—even if it means taking on the whole pack.
The last thing Drayce needs ...more
Kat says: I’ve read a good number of King books over the years, and Revival is chilling. It touches on themes of faith and control, and slow burns to a horrific climax.
A dark and electrifying novel about addiction, fanaticism, and what might exist on the other side of life.
In a small New England town, over half a century ago, a shadow falls over a small boy playing with his toy soldiers. Jamie Morton looks up to see a striking man, the new minister. Charles Jacobs, ...more
Twice each year, Aine Murphy ventures into the woods to hold ceremonies to honor the Oak King and the Holly King, never dreaming these Lords of the Forest could be anything more than myth. When the legends spring to life in front of her, how can she help but fall for the sexy demi-gods she’s loved all her life?
From midwinter to midsummer, Fionn O’Dair rules the Greenworld as the Oak King–a role he feels is beyond his abilities, and one that dooms him to a ...more
Giselle Renarde: I wrote “Postcards from Paris” after attending an exhibit of turn-of-the-century French postcards–mostly nudes. LOTS of hair! LOL http://www.allromanceebooks.com
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Allie Ritch: Today (3/29/15), my Q&A is live for the TRR Party. Answer correctly, and you’ll have a chance to win a free e-copy of my vampire romance, Drinking Partners. Registration for The Romance Reviews party is free, and there are lots of great prizes. Don’t miss out! http://www.theromancereviews.com
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Allie Ritch: Author Cara Bristol is on my blog today (3/28/15), talking about The Goddess’s Curse. Come check out the excerpt where Reena has a close encounter with Garat’s “manroot” allieritch.wordpress.com
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