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Blood Chord Series #2- Bite Me – Available for Pre-order

Just wanted to swing by and let everyone know that the second book in the Blood Chord series has been opened up for pre-order on Amazon!

Bite Me (Blood Chord #2)

Amazon Link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SJXNUE8

Blurb:

After the disastrous business trip that ended her mortal life, all Claire wants to do is get her freakish talents and blood-lust (and let’s be honest, regular ol’ lust too) under control, so that she can be a good mom, hide her fangs and maybe try to coax her stripper-turned-nanny into wearing some actual clothes that won’t make the local biddies fire up the gossip chain.

Thanks to her Vampire Disability Fund, Claire just might get the boring life of her dreams after all. So what if two brothers (one hot, one decidedly jerkish) have moved into the only other house in her remote neck of the woods? And so what if she hasn’t heard a peep out of her maker Bette or the other two members of The Triad? No news is good news, right?

Oh, how wrong she is…

Bite Me (approx. 65,000 words) is the second release in the wicked Blood Chord Series. It contains a fair amount of music, magic, fangs and freaks, along with adult situations– you’ve been warned!

Snag your copy for almost half-price now! Once the book goes live, the price will go back up to $4.99!

P.S: If you haven’t read the first book in the series, Kill Me, here’s your chance. For five days, Jan. 25th through the 29th (2015) you can pick up an ebook copy for free! Snag #1 and preorder #2 — that’s less than three bucks for two books. You can’t even get a latte for that price anymore 🙂

Kill Me (Blood Chord #1 ) Free on Amazon for five days only! (It’s been more than a year since it was last on sale to boot!) Click to get your copy today: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007UPOLR6

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Blurb:

Three days ago, Claire was a wife, a mother, and very much alive… then the music called for her.

Claire has one goal for the conference— to land a few big clients so that her boss will give her a raise.  Bette is at the conference on a mission—to find a human with untapped talents that she can mold and control. Bette lures Claire in with a haunting violin solo, unraveling Claire’s life as her new talents emerge. To make matters worse, Claire is attracted to two unlikely people— both can light Claire’s fire, but is either of them the only one?

Quickie Book Review – A Lost Witch by Debora Geary

A Lost Witch (A Modern Witch, #7)A Lost Witch by Debora Geary

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’m so sad to see this series end, but what a way to take it out with a bang!

I really feel as if my favorite Witch Central people are out there somewhere, still fetching new witches to help, still consuming copious amounts of cookies and using their powers to help us mortals out. One can hope 🙂

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Quickie Book Review – A Celtic Witch by Debora Geary

A Celtic Witch (A Modern Witch, #6)A Celtic Witch by Debora Geary

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I adore all the Modern Witch books, but I particularly loved this book, with it’s musical bent. I’ve longed believed music is magic, with it’s particular way of transporting us to a different mood, a singular moment, to ease the melancholy of our spirits and heal old wounds. So goes this book… a magic all it’s own.

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Quickie Book Review – A Different Witch by Debora Geary

A Different Witch (A Modern Witch, #5)A Different Witch by Debora Geary

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

One of the things I love the most about this series is the author’s uncanny ability to allow her characters to make mistakes and grow from them, and Witch Centrals resident Mama Bear is no exception to this. In this book, Nell finally finds herself in a situation she can’t control, with a person she fails to understand. What has worked for her in the past doesn’t, and Nell has to adapt– to grow.

It’s what we all do over time, grow, adapt and (hopefully) learn from our experiences. Watching the witch central characters expand and bloom has been such a gift!

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Quickie Book Review – A Hidden Witch by Debora Geary

A Hidden Witch (A Modern Witch, #2)A Hidden Witch by Debora Geary

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Love this series, love the quirky characters and the way the fetching spell keeps finding wayward witches. Reading this series is like a balm to my soul.

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Quickie Book Review – Caged Wolf by S.M. Reine

Caged Wolf (The Tarot Witches, #1)Caged Wolf by S.M. Reine

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Love, love, loved this book. I’ve read other kick-ass books by Reine in the past and I do think this one might just be my favorite so far.

The setting is so well done, I could practically feel the gritty desolation on my skin. And the cast of characters are imperfect, flawed, scarred and utterly believable. The plot itself is full of tension, intrigue and the feeling that something-magical is afoot. Of course, as the first book in the series not all was resolved… but I didn’t feel like I was left hanging by the ending.

And last, but not least, was the blazing hot romance buried within the story. It was as hot as a Harley sitting in the noon-day sun and pushed just enough boundaries to make the moments unforgettable 🙂

Read it, seriously!

***I received a copy of this book via NetGalley for review purposes.

Kill Me ebook Freebie & Signed Paperback Giveaway!

Just wanted to help spread the word about an ebook Freebie promotion and a contest that’s running over on Alex Owen’s site– she’s giving away a signed paperback copy (featuring the NEW cover) of Kill Me…

Freebie Notice and Contest for a Signed Paperback Copy of Kill Me!

Good news, then great news… ok?

First, I had a few more promo free days available for Kill Me this month and I almost forgot to use them! So I set the novel free today (October 15, 2013) through Friday night at midnight. So, go on and snag your free copy of the ebook that has been called “wicked fun” and “not your daughter’s paranormal” while you can!

Free on Amazon Now!
http://www.amazon.com/Kill-Me-ebook/dp/B007UPOLR6

Secondly, I’d really like to get the word out about the promotion, so I’ve decided to offer up a SIGNED paperback copy of Kill Me as well to one lucky winner. [The Rafflecopter widget won’t work on this site, so hop on over to her page to enter to win the Autographed book! ]

A Hidden Witch (New Release!) by Debora Geary – Review

A while back, I reviewed Geary’s first Indie published novel A Modern Witch (you can see that review here) and I had the pleasure of reading the sequel, A Hidden Witch as well. With the first book I developed a wicked case of puppy-love, but with the second I’ve become flat-out enamored with this series and the characters.

I stayed up far too late last night reading it, and in fact, I started on it the moment I downloaded it to my iPad. Even though I hated to do it, I eventually forced myself to go to bed at 2am, saving the last few chapters for when my eyes would stay open.

Today, during my breaks from work, I finished the novel. And I’ll let you all in on a slightly embarrassing secret. I actually cried. At work. Twice.

A Hidden Witch is just that good.

If you haven’t read the first book, A Modern Witch, go get it now from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or wherever else you can. It’s also available as a paperback now too. Go on! Read the first and then the second book, so you can be like me- anxiously awaiting the third!

Book Two- New release!

The Amazon Blurb for A Hidden Witch:
Elorie Shaw, steeped in the traditions of the Nova Scotia witching community, but not a witch. The fetching spell must have goofed this time… or did it? 

Travel to Fisher’s Cove, Nova Scotia, where Moira is matriarch and the old ways are nurtured and passed to the next generation. Where a crotchety old witch makes small children cry and builds walls around the silent pain in his heart. And where Elorie – sea-glass artist, inn owner, and Moira’s granddaughter – makes her home.
 
The old magics are strong here. Which is all fine and good until the fetching spell pulls Elorie into Witches’ Chat. Because she’s not a witch. Or at least not any kind of witch the old ways recognize…

 

Book One: