Plans for Memorial Day? If you have the day off, catch up on your reading. We have a great paranormal romance list to try.
Koishi by Annie Nicholas
Dead Love by Julieta Hyde
Dead Love Seduced by Julieta Hyde
Nothing Left to Lose: A Darkshadow Book by India Masters
A Fluffy Tale by Anne Somerville
Bachelor and the Beast by Jade Astor
Marines (Badland Warriors) by Shara Azod
Executive Benefits by Thirteen
The second installment in The Belinda Silverthorne series ups the ante and delivers a fun, sexy, and delightful look at just another day in the life of the necromancess’ life. In addition to the dangerous edge and snappy dialogue we learn a little bit more about Belinda and Todd, and of course are treated to more steamy scenes.
Belinda Silverthorne is enjoying all the healing power that her new lover Todd has brought to her life but her sister Amanda may throw a kink into Belinda’s fun. Andy ...more
Belinda Silverthorne is a necromancess in Portland, OR working for the Bureau of Undead Affairs. Her powers allow her to control the dead, but come with an interesting caveat. In order to recharge her batteries, Belinda needs to have sex. A lot of it. ...more
Sandra’s sister is dying from a brain tumor and she has a last ditch hope wrapped up in legends of dragons, a healing relic and adventure.
On the other side of the world (and right smack dab in the middle of legend) is Ishi/Koishi, the dragon who guards the gate and enjoys the simple pleasures in life such as eating sheep, fighting dwarves and tricking the townspeople into thinking he’s simply Koishi the human servant of the feared and great dragon. When Sandra comes to Japan ...more
Please welcome romance author Phoenix Johnson to the Cafe!
So, in interviews, I’ve always talked about being a reader first, and taking a few tries at writing before finally settling in to it. I want to expand on that a bit more, and where better, than here?
When I say I was a bookworm as a kid, I’m serious. I could juggle about 5 books at once and not get the storylines confused; something that always baffled my mother. Although my mother and sisters are ...more
Please welcome romance author Isis Rushdan to the Cafe!
As a paranormal romance author lots of p words spring to mind when it comes to writing a novel. Yes, a few are rather naughty, but the one I’m talking about right now is the life blood of a writer, passion.
Passion for the craft. Honing my skills and treating my work like a profession ensure I show up every day prepared to give my best. Meeting my daily word count can sometimes be a challenge ...more
This month we’re celebrating some of our favorite book review blogs. Today we’re happy to feature GraveTells, a great resource for paranormal reviews and news. DaVinciKittie was kind to sit down with us to talk about this great blog.
Do you love werewolves, vampires, dragon shifter, or ghosts? We asked Ellora’s Cave writers what they love about their paranormal stories.
JK Coi: Immortal Kiss (Book 2, Immortals series)
In Immortal Kiss, Baron and Max have a serious history that goes all the way back to when they were kids. It’s complicated and heartbreaking, and both of them have already walked away from it once before, but it’s the kind of thing you just don’t forget. That history brought a lot of emotion into their ...more
We have a great paranormal romance list for you this month! Come see what we’re reading:
Keeping Cambria – Hell’s Hunters, Book 1) by Kitty DuCane
Hidden Magic by Wynter Daniels
If Wishes Were Shadows by A. Sangrey Black
Warriors’ Wife (Seduction Mission #2) by Evanne Lorraine
Grave Crasher by Julie Kimbrell
Marked by the Alpha by Adaline Raine
Lion Time by Zenina Masters
Human and Freakn’ by Eve Langlais
Come Dark O’Clock by Eli Outland
Seventeen-year-old Kat Sherwood died in a car accident that also injured her friend, the driver of the vehicle. Kat has spent the three months since her death lying in her casket feeling sorry for herself. However, a young ...more
Allie Ritch: Today (5/20/13), my log line for Husbandry is up at The Log Line Blog at theloglineblog.blogspot.com. Anyone who comments on my or any of the other daily log lines is entered in the monthly contest (as outlined by The Log Line Blog).
3 days ago ago