Today we would like to give a warm BLI welcome to paranormal romance author Shona Husk. She’s here to tell you about her love of tortured and tormented heroes, especially her goblin heroes in her absolutely fantastic Shadowlands series. If you answer Shona’s question at the end, you could win a copy of the conclusion of the series, For the Love of a Goblin Warrior. Yum!
Marlene: Hi Shona, welcome to Book Lovers Inc. Can you please tell us a bit about yourself?
SH: I grew up reading fantasy novels and discovered romances in my late twenties. I love paranormal romance as it combines the new worlds of fantasy with the HEA. I eat too much dark chocolate, love Supernatural, Farscape and Doctor Who. I like to break out the needle and floss and cross-stitch (usually while I watch TV, which drives my hubby crazy).
Marlene: Are you …
Format Read: ebook provided by NetGalley
Number of Pages: 352 pages
Release Date: January 1, 2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Series: Shadowlands #3
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Formats Available: Mass Market Paperback, ebook
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Centuries ago, Meryn was thought to be utterly lost–all traces of his soul given up to the ravening goblin horde. But with the curse that enslaved him now broken, he must once again learn to walk in the realm of men.
Nurse Nadine Gilbert likes working the night shift to avoid her disturbing dreams, but her mysterious new patient looks hauntingly familiar. Meryn knows he doesn’t deserve a …
Format Read:egalley from NetGalley
Number of Pages:352 p.
Release Date:May 1, 2012
Series: Shadowlands #2
Genre: paranormal romance
Formats Available: Mass Market paperback, ebook
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Trapped for centuries in the bleak Shadowlands, Dai clings to his humanity with a thirst for knowledge. But now he’s free of the goblin curse, and some would say he knows too much—he can make nature bend to his will, influence the minds of others, and command magic. Yet love eludes him. Then he meets Amanda, a single mother with a sick daughter whom he feels compelled to protect. But could she possibly place her trust in the kiss of a goblin prince?
Kiss of the Goblin Prince is even better than The Goblin King, and The Goblin King was awfully, awfully good.
Okay, now that I’ve got that out of the way, …