I’m here today to share with you some books which literally make me itch and bounce with impatience. I want them. Now.
You know that kind of excitement which makes you jittery and snappy because you start acting like an impatient 5 year-old who doesn’t get his/her ice cream immediately.
So it’s a good thing I only have to survive a couple more weeks before I can get my paws on them.
So let me show you some of those new releases which have me in such a state 🙂
Blood Bound by Rachel Vincent (Book #1 in the Unbound series)
By blood, by word, by magic…
Most can’t touch the power. But Liv Warren is special – a paranormal tracker who follows the scent of blood.
Liv makes her own rules, and the most important one is trust no one.
But when her friend’s daughter goes …
Emily Vargas has been taken captive. As part of his conditioning methods, her captor refuses to speak to her, knowing how much she craves human contact.
He’s far too beautiful to be a monster. Her attraction to him and his lack of violence has her walking a fine line on the edge of sanity.
Told in the first person from Emily’s perspective, Comfort Food explores what happens when all expectations of please and pain are turned upside down. As whips become comfort, and chicken soup becomes punishment.
Comfort Food was a powerful read, but it didn’t truly touch me in the ways I was expecting.
Emily is a captive of a …
When talking/thinking about romance novels the topic of sex is bound to come up. Everyone has their own preference: whether they like it sweet and PG, or sensual and steamy, and some even don’t mind it being graphic, but everyone has their stand on the issue.As you well know Susi and I, we both want our romance novels to have some sweet smex, but recently I read a novel which made me wonder whether there is such a thing as too much sex…
You see this novel was marketed and shelved as a contemporary romance novel and I jumped in expecting a sexy romantic read, but instead got something else.Once again let me say not only I don’t mind reading sex scenes in my romance novels, to the contrary I enjoy and cherish them, but when I was reading this novel, I noticed that after a steamy scene there was no out-of-the-bedroom scene …
Format Read: ebook submitted by Author for ReviewLength: 123 PagesGenre: Urban Fantasy, Steampunk Romance, Paranormal RomanceSeries: The Iron Seas #0.4, The Disillusionists Trilogy #2.5Release Date: August 3, 2011Formats Available: eBook, Kindle, NookPurchasing Info: Meljean Brook, Jill Myles, Carolyn Crane, Smashwords, Goodreads, Kindle, Nook
The Blushing Bounder by Meljean Brook – An Iron Seas novella of 15,000 words: The search for a killer puts Detective Inspector Mina Wentworth’s life in danger and her assistant, Constable Newberry, in the line of fire. But Newberry faces a danger of another kind: to his heart, by the woman forced to marry him. What will it take for this prudish bounder to convince his wife to stay?
Vixen by Jill Myles – A shifter novella of 15,000 words: Miko’s denied her were-fox nature for far too long and turned her back on her vixen heritage. But when she meets two very sexy cat-shifters, she …
Format Read: PaperbackNumber of Pages: 764Release Date: 1 January 1995Publisher: Orion BooksFormats Available: Paperback, Harcover, Audio Book, EbookPurchasing Info: Author’s Website, Goodreads, Amazon
One man, Richard Cypher, holds the key to the fate of three nations, to the fate of humanity. But until he learns the Wizard’s First Rule his chances of succeeding in his task are slim. And his biggest problem is admitting magic exists at all…
A novel of incomparable scope and brimming with atmospheric detail: this is a world where heart hounds stalk the magical boundaries between countries, and worlds, for unwary human prey, blood-sucking flies hunt on behalf of their underworld masters, and where artists can draw more than just your likeness.
There is nowhere to hide, nowhere is safe. Here magic makes love twice as sweet, and betrayal …
Always a Princess – Alice Gaines
Eve Stanhope masquerades as a foreign princess at ton parties, stealing jewels from the nobility she despises and returning to her London slum at the end of the night. She’s carefully plotting revenge on her former employer—a society cad who’s ruined her reputation. Now it’s her turn to ruin him. What she doesn’t expect is to encounter the criminally handsome Orchid Thief on one of her heists…Philip Rosemont, Viscount Wesley, is also in disguise. Bored and stifled by society, he steals jewels for fun and leaves orchids as his calling cards. He knows the woman he’s cornered at the ball is no aristocrat, much less the Princess of Valdastock. But something tells him she’s not exactly common, either. Now he must uncover her motives while he enjoys her illicit kisses. Can …
Today, our travel inspiration comes from my reading of Nightshade by Andrea Cremer. In the book, Calla and her wolf pack are in the Vail, Colorado area, with a new pack about to be created further up into the mountains.
And that’s basically what I think of, too. Mountains, snow, skiing, and drinking hot cocoa by a fireplace. In fact, it’s hard to think of this region without the accompanying snow….but there are the warmer months, when the wilder, greener side emerges. I’m personally not much for skiing, but would be more than happy to taken in the stunning views along with that fireplace scene.
Format Read: e-ARC submitted by Author for ReviewLength: 157 PagesGenre: Contemporary, GLBT, BDSM, ménage à trois Series: Men of Honor Book #2Release Date: August 9, 2011Publisher: Samhain PublishingFormats Available: eBook, Kindle, NookPurchasing Info: Author’s Website, Publisher, Goodreads, Kindle, Nook
The one man he can’t forget is the one whose memories could destroy them all.
After the one man he trusted disappeared, it took Law Connor ten years to take a chance on another relationship. Trouble is, right about the time he’s finally ready to let go of the past, the past stages a hostile takeover.
Back when they were teens, Styx was the boy with no memory. He and Law had each other’s backs until he was forced to leave to keep Law safe. Now a CIA agent, he’s finally discovered who he is, and why he’s …
We are very happy to welcome author Michelle Zink here at Book Lovers Inc today. Circle of Fire, the last addition to your Prophecy of the Sisters Trilogogy released last week and she is here to talk about her writing and her series in particular. She also brought a wonderful giveaway along so be sure to stay tuned till the end. Give Michelle a warm welcome.
Jackie: Michelle can you please tell us a bit about yourself?
Michelle: Let’s see… I’m a single mother of four kids ages 12 – 19. I’m passionate about my family, reading and writing, movies, and music. I love to cook, learn, and travel, and I try to keep my focus on the important things in life without sweating the small stuff.
Jackie: Describe a typical day of writing? Are you a planner or pantser?
Michelle: It depends on …
I’m baaack! 🙂 Arrived home back from my week-long vacation late last night. It was heavenly! *dreamy sighs* Warm sunshine, beautiful beach and plenty of quiet time to read! 😀 But it’s good to be back, I missed the book news buzz, the happenings in the blogosphere and most of all chatting with all of you! (Twitter I’m back!)
So now rested with a tan and a big smile I’m here to announce quite a lot of winners and wow did they win some fantastic books this week (I just read the first two books this past week and can’t wait to read Christina Henry’s series as well), so I won’t keep you longer, let’s get down to it!
Today congratulations are in order for…
The lucky winner of a copy of Touch of Frost by Jennifer Estep is: Mel
The lucky winners …