Check out my #review of Writing the Wolf, a #paranormalromance from @steffmetal

Rosa just wants to be left alone to write her book, but when werewolves attempt to kidnap her, she realizes her neighbor Caleb is the only one who can protect her. But Caleb is hiding a secret of his own … fur and sparks fly in this hot paranormal romance from USA Today bestselling author Steffanie Holmes.


Writing the Wolf

Wolves of Crookshollow

Book Two

Steffanie Holmes

Genre: paranormal romance, shifters

Publisher: Bacchanalia House

Date of Publication: May 18, 2017


Word Count: 70k

Cover Artist: Aria at Resplendant Covers


Sink your teeth into the hot new werewolf paranormal romance from USA Today bestselling author, Steffanie Holmes!


I need to escape.

After those racist bastards destroyed my home, I can’t face the world again.

I’ve rented a cabin in the heart of the Crookshollow forest. I’m going to lock myself away and work on my book. I’m going to write my story.

And I absolutely, positively WILL NOT think about Caleb, the hunky labourer who’s fixing up my cabin.

No way.

I won’t think about the way his eyes melt my heart, and his smile melts my panties.

I’m too emotionally raw right now. I can’t handle a fling, especially not with a white guy.

Especially not a guy like him. A guy who shags and leaves. I can’t handle any more heartache.


Rosa Parker – clever writer, black woman, total hottie.

The connection between us sizzles – there’s no denying it: this woman is my mate.

When I’m near her, all I want to do is claim her.

If only I wasn’t the biggest threat to her life right now.

With a rogue wolf pack after my hide, I can’t afford a distraction. Even a distraction as alluring as her.

I need to keep my wolfish instincts in check.

But I can’t help myself.

Rosa Parker has got under my skin.

And I won’t stop until I’ve made her mine.

Writing the Wolf is a standalone novel with an HEA. It’s the second book in the hot new paranormal romance series by USA Today bestselling author Steffanie Holmes. Read on if you love spunky heroines, pack politics, and a hero so hot he’ll have you howling for more.

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My Review

My guilty pleasure is paranormal romance and, as a writer myself, I thought Writing the Wolf would be right up my alley. I probably should have read further than the tagline because I certainly didn’t expect to get a novel centered around race issues. And while I agree that racism is definitely an important issue that needs to be discussed, I hadn’t counted on reading about it in my guilty pleasure novel.

My biggest problem with this novel was that I simply didn’t like Rosa. As a white woman who has been on expat assignments in countries where my being different (namely a white woman) stood out like a sore thumb, I understand her issues are very real. But that doesn’t mean I have to like how those issues manifested into anger and more than a little meanness toward Caleb.

Ah Caleb, how you disappointed me. Of course, he was hot. That goes without saying. He did, however, have a few attacks of alpha man-itis. That horrible disease when an alpha man decides to ‘protect’ his woman by being a total and utter jerk to her. Sigh.

The story was interesting. In addition to the love story, there was a mystery or two to solve with a bit of suspense towards the end as well. Although the manner in which the final mystery was solved was a bit strange and rushed, the overall story definitely kept me interested and turning the pages.

If you’re looking for a paranormal romance with more of a bite to it, I recommend giving Writing the Wolf a try.

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Steffanie Holmes is a USA Today bestselling author of dark and steamy paranormal romance. Her books feature clever, witty heroines, wild shifters, cunning witches and alpha males who get what they want.

Before becoming a writer, Steffanie worked as an archaeologist and museum curator. She loves to explore historical settings and ancient conceptions of love and possession. From Dark Age Europe to crumbling gothic estates, Steffanie is fascinated with how love can blossom between the most unlikely characters.

Steffanie lives in New Zealand with her husband and a horde of cantankerous cats. Learn more about Steffanie at her website: She also writes dark science fiction under the name S C Green.

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Read an excerpt of Highland Faith #historicalromance from @AuthorMaddyHill!


Title: Highland Faith Book 2 of the Wild Thistle Trilogy

Author: Madelyn Hill

Genre: Historical Romance

Published: May 17th, 2017

~ Synopsis ~

Lady Faith MacAlister lives to provide for her clan with a skill she honed while hunting with her father. Since his death and final pledge, “Through Hope, Faith, and Honor, ye can rule” she proclaims herself as clan huntress. She loves the quiet of the woods, the thrill of the hunt and the exhilaration of a perfectly placed arrow. If only she could travel further than MacAlister lands to experience adventure. When an intruder interrupts her hunt and steals her away from MacAlister land and out to the sea—she may just experience the adventure she craves.

Graeme Ross must save the family home his father gambled away and regain the respect of his father and clan. When he stumbles upon a lovely lass in the forest, he secures her for ransom. He knows she was one of the MacAlister sisters, those who pledged to rule the clan. What Graeme didn’t expect was how this beautiful woman would entice him with her strength and determination. Graeme’s attraction to Faith cannot interfere with his quest to save his home, redeem his image in his father’s eyes. Graeme lets her go—worse he betrays their growing affection by feigning she means nothing to him.

Devastated, Faith goes back to her clan with a secret she must keep until Graeme comes back to her. Graeme travels to his father with the ransom money weighting his pocket and heart. Faith is better off without him, his vagabond ways and the loathing of his father and clan.

Can Graeme reconcile with his clan and have Faith as his?

Can Faith keep her secret until Graeme comes to his senses and realizes he loves her?

Separately, they yearn for one another, together their love will take them on an adventure of a lifetime.

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’Twas her sister’s fault.

Hope had married Aidan MacKerry, leading the MacAlister Clan together, and now they were acting like lovesick cows. Aye, they’d recently had another bairn and ’twas why they were smiling like amadans. But Faith MacAlister had enough of the cooing and kissing.

She had to leave the Wild Thistle Keep or go mad.

Hunting was the only option.

The size of the MacAlister Clan dictated hunting trips each fortnight to keep the larder full. Faith grabbed her quiver and bow, left word with the guards at the palisade to inform the lairds Aidan and Hope her direction, and left to find sustenance and peace.

And now, three days later she continued stalking the elusive stag. She kenned her sister would be close to sending a group of men to look for her in a day or so. Luckily she’d managed an agreement with her sister whom was also her laird. An agreement between sisters proved hard to negotiate, but she’d won in the end. And she hunted without escort as long as she never left without telling the guards her direction.

A sun filled day, just cool enough not to need too much clothing that may hinder her movement, but warm enough she didn’t need to start a fire to warm herself. She stretched in the britches she’d stolen from one of the stable hands. Aye, she’d tried the tartan her sister Hope loved to wear, but found it too revealing as she moved and climbed to find her prey. And a gown, the devil take them, ’twould make it nigh impossible to hunt and secure meat for the clan.

She moved quietly through the woods. Each footfall, purposeful, silently brought her closer to her elusive prey.

Aye, there he stood. In the morning mist that hovered just above the low foliage, a proud, beautiful stag who’d avoided her arrow for too long. Huge, with several points on his rack and a cocksure stance stating, I’m king of the forest. She hated to take down the magnificent animal. But he’d provide for her clan and her duty dictated securing meat for those who depended on her.

She drew her bow, stretching the sinew, straining her arm muscles as she prepared to let the arrow fly. The feather fletching grazed her cheek as she held her breath waiting for the perfect moment to release. She’d traveled far for this chance, stalked her prey as her father had taught her so many years ago with her so wee she could barely hold a bow, much less draw and aim. And today, her size may well again thwart her hunting. ’Twould be problematic once the massive stag was felled. She’d have to dress him in the field and lug the meat back with her. No matter, she’d manage as always.

Two more steps forward. Stared down the length of the arrow past the head, ready to release.

“Well, well, well. What have we here?”

“Damn,” she muttered as she turned toward the voice. The stag fled and leapt gracefully away from her.

Vexed, she re-drew her bow and aimed toward the interloper.

She gasped as she spied the man.

He held up his hands and chuckled. “Now, darling, I wouldn’t do that if I were you.”

Dear Lord, he was large. He leaned against a tree, one of his legs crossed arrogantly before the other. His direct gaze set her heart pounding as she tried to catch her breath.

He nodded toward the woods surrounding them. “I never travel alone. My men surround you, darling.”

She glanced to the right, then left, all the while keeping the arrow nocked. She didn’t see anyone, but if they were trained men, they were cloaked in the brush and pine.

The man chuckled. “Aye, love. They’re here—watching you. Well trained and well hidden.”

He moved forward with long, purposeful strides. The bow nearly slipped from her sweaty grasp.

She swallowed. Piercing blue eyes sized her up as he lazily raked his gaze from her head to her toes. Irritation spiked at his cocksure grin.

He wore a billowing liene and a tartan slung low on his hips. At his side rested a gleaming sword. If she weren’t in the wood alone with the stranger and his men, she’d ask to see the impressive weapon. And to her trained eye, expertly made.

“What do you want?” she asked with more bravado then she felt. Chills shivered up her spine as she tried to see the men watching her. Where were they? And would they hurt a helpless lass?

She nearly scoffed. I am no helpless lass. “Step back or I’ll release the arrow.”

The man tipped his head back and laughed. The husky, throaty laugh sent shivers down her back. The chuckles of his men joined him and she cursed the day she wasn’t born a man. If she were a man, she would have had the strength to challenge him immediately.

She nodded her head at him. “I am a sure shot,” she warned without a hint of pride—her prowess with a bow ’twas common knowledge. Again she drew her bow.

“Damn.” She arched her back when a sharp weapon poked into it.

“Release the bow, lass,” a gruff voice said from behind her, “and I’ll let ye live.”

~ About the Author ~

Madelyn Hill has always loved the written word. From the time she could read and all through her school years, she’d sneak books into her textbooks during school. At the age of 10 she proclaimed she wanted to be a writer. After being a “closet” writer for several years, she sent her manuscripts out and is now published with Soul Mate Publishing.  A resident of Western New York, she moved from one Rochester to another Rochester to be with the love of her life. They have 3 children and keep busy cooking, movies, and of course reading!

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Read an excerpt of Geomancy, a fantasy novel from E. Lyric Myer #swordandsorcery

I’m super excited to showcase today’s book as the author is a personal friend of mine. I didn’t even know he had written a novel until he casually dropped it into the conversation! The book has been edited by another author friend of mine. If you love fantasy, you’re going to want to give this book a try.


Book title: Geomancy

Series: Elemental Magic: Book 1

Author: E. Lyric Myer

Genre: Sword & Sorcery

Published: December 2015


Once a poor orphan, Lucas’s skill with a bow and arrow has earned him an unlikely knighthood. With the support of a powerful queen and a mysterious priest, he might even become a lord.

Now, with his country on the brink of war, a dangerous mission into enemy territory shows Lucas that not everyone can be trusted.

Pursued by a demon and in the company of a fierce and independent princess, Lucas will have to identify his true friends in order to survive. Sometimes, loyalty isn’t an option…

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That must be her, he thought, as he noticed a figure sitting on a rock just below the bridge. Purposefully making some noise so as not to startle her, he stepped into the open.

He had barely moved in her direction when she jumped up and lit a torch, blinding him for a moment.

“Show me the badge, or I call out,” she said, voice strained.

Lucas motioned at the band on his right arm, the sapphire twinkling in the torch’s light. Squinting, he tried to make out the Villicina’s features. Standing, she was as tall as he was. She was dressed all in black, with sharp features, auburn hair tied back.

Kneeling, he said, “Sir Lucas Saren, Villicina. May I ask to see the ring?”

The Villicina stuck out her right hand, a large sapphire flashing in the torchlight.

“Get up, Sir Lucas,” said Sofia, curious as to how this man had gotten so dirty creeping around the garden. Curious also why his dark hair and green eyes looked so familiar. “Where are your men?”

“Just beyond the wall,” replied Lucas. “Come with me, Villicina. Um, would you mind extinguishing your light?”

Sofia nodded and was about to smother the torch when a flash of steel on the footbridge caught her attention. Lucas noticed it, too, and looked up.

Standing on the bridge was a man who Lucas would have guessed was the Villicina’s brother if he had not known that she had no siblings. The man spoke.

“So Sofia, this is what you left me for. Skulking affairs in the gardens. How commendable. Who is he? The gardener, perhaps? He certainly is dirty enough.”

“Thomas!” exclaimed Sofia. She was shocked by the Lord Protector’s harshness. She had never heard him be so cruel. “What are you doing here? Don’t think for a moment that you understand what is happening here.”

“Don’t I?” said Thomas, hands twisting at the hilt of his blade. His eyes were wild and his clothes in disarray. Such an appearance was out of character for the fastidious man, Sofia thought. She glanced at Lucas, who was lightly fingering a dagger at his belt.

As the wild man approached, Lucas drew his dagger, and, eyes focused on the man’s exposed neck, whipped out his arm, launching the blade. The dagger would have flown true if the Villicina had not moved as fast as lightening. Just as Lucas let the dagger go, he felt her brush his hand with her forearm. The dagger flew just wide, whizzing past Thomas’s ear and sinking into a nearby tree.

Enraged, Thomas attempted to reach Lucas around Sofia. He was rewarded with a knee to the stomach as the Villicina came up underneath him with athletic precision. Flailing, he collapsed backward, dropping the sword.

He was struggling to get up and renew his attack, when he caught sight of Sofia standing above him. She had dropped the torch during the violence and was now lit by its fading light as it lay on the ground. In his mad swinging he must have caught her face with his sword. A gash ran from her right cheekbone to her jaw, and she had fire in her eyes.

Standing up, Lord Protector Thomas DiSana muttered an awkward apology as tears came to his eyes. He stumbled off, disappearing into the night.

Face stinging, afraid to examine the gash on her cheek, Sofia ne Paludis turned to Sir Lucas. The knight was standing there with a surprised look on his face. He seemed unable to speak.

Finally, he rushed to her and, hesitant to touch her face, examined the cut.

“It is not deep,” he said. “What do you want to do? I think it will heal without stitches.”

Sofia nodded. She was sure it would heal, but she was also sure it would scar. It was just as well, really. Doubtless, the Prince had heard she was no particular beauty. This would hardly matter.

About the author

Lyric Myer is an American writer who lives in Europe. Geomancy is his first novel.

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Spotlight on Bloodline: A Witch Cat Mystery, #paranormal #cozymystery from Vicki Vass #giveaway @dollycas

Bloodline: A Witch Cat Mystery by Vicki Vass

If you are looking for a highly entertaining and enjoyable book, you need look no further. ~Back Porchervations

Well-developed characters, two interesting mysteries and a solid pace kept me turning the pages from start to finish. If you’re looking for something different in the mystery field, this book might just be what you’re looking for. ~Queen of All She Reads


Paranormal Cozy Mystery

Bloodline: A Witch Cat Mystery New Series

Date of Release – May 1

Number of Pages: 326


Fleeing from the witch trials in Salem, Terra Rowan finds herself in modern day Asheville, North Carolina. A dark spirit from the past hunts this last witch of Salem. With the help of the ladies of the Biltmore Society, Terra must discover the secret within the forest to preserve the bloodline.

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Vicki Vass traded in her reporter’s notebook to pursue her passion of writing cozy mysteries. Her Antique Hunter series was a finalist in the 2016 Mystery & Mayhem contest. Bloodline is the first book in the Witch Cat Mystery series.

Vicki has written more than 1,400 stories for the Chicago Tribune as well as other commercial publications including Home & Away, the Lutheran and Woman’s World. Her science fiction novel, The Lexicon, draws on her experience in Sudan while writing about the ongoing civil war for World Relief.

She lives in the Chicago area with her husband, writer and musician Brian Tedeschi, son Tony, Australian shepherd Bandit, kittens Terra and Pixel, seven koi and Gary the turtle.

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Check out the book trailer of RIK’s a new #thriller from @dhtreichler


Title: RIK’S

Author: dhtreichler

Publisher: Independent

Pages: 483

Genre: Thriller


“The entire affair began with sheep brains and falafel — Saddam Hussein’s favorite dish.”

It is 1990 and in Baghdad two lovers are separated by the impending First Gulf War. CIA operative Rik Bogart is desperately seeking television correspondent Ingrid Johannson — but is instead picked up by  Saddam’s Secret Police and thrown into Abu Graib — the Prison of the Dead. Ten years later, he must make a fateful decision after finally reuniting with her — one that may keep them apart forever. How far would YOU go for your true love?

This heart-pounding thriller is written by a former international defense contractor who brings incredible realism and arresting insights into the days leading up to Saddam’s invasion of neighboring Kuwait, and provides a chilling account of life inside the infamous Prison of the Dead.

“It’s as much a love story as it is a runaway thriller.” Midwest Book Review



Despite the blood flowing from my side and my exhausted condition, we wrestled for control of the weapon.

I rolled him over, coming up on top, and pinned him to the ground as we continued to wrestle for control of the Glock. I pushed his arm down to my left, held his arm with my left hand and punched him in the face, which loosened his grip just enough. I gained control of the gun. Now Tariq stared down the barrel of his own weapon with me on top of him.

“So this is the end, my friend?” Tariq asked as he looked beyond the barrel pointed at his head.

“No, Tariq, this is just the beginning. The ring?”

Tariq nodded in understanding and held his hand up for me to remove my Academy class ring, which I did and slipped it into my pocket.


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As a defense contractor, award-winning screenwriter and novelist, dhtreichler has wandered the world, visiting garden spots and more.  Having lived and worked with our intelligence agents and soldiers, witnessing the conflicts and the turmoil of recent decades, he paints vivid backdrops for his stories. Like him, the men and women he portrays attempt to make sense of our fast-changing world. He has held a lifelong interest in the profound influence of rapidly changing technology on our lives and relationships. Exploring that power (what has changed and what might come) forms an insightful theme of his novels. His stories also reflect the universal desires and fears of real people everywhere.

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Read an excerpt and my review of Witch Cake Murders, a #cozymystery from Zoe Arden @pumpupyourbook

Witch Cake Murders

Title: Witch Cake Murders

Author: Zoe Arden

Publisher: Independent

Pages: 330

Genre: Cozy Mystery

Witches and humans have always existed peacefully in Sweetland Cove… until now.

Someone is killing humans and drawing unwanted attention to the supernatural residents of Sweetland Cove.

Ava Rose just turned twenty-one, and with her birthday came a few surprises.

One: she’s a witch.

Two: she’s part owner of a magical bakery she never knew existed.

Three: Someone wants her dead.

The day Ava arrives in Sweetland Cove, murders begin occurring…

Witches and wizards are quick to blame her, but Ava’s aunts won’t let the town they love turn against her.

But murders follow Ava everywhere.

Soon, she finds herself on the receiving end of the killer’s mad spree. With a crazy wizarding sheriff who wants to lock her up, and an even crazier wizarding detective who wants to lock her whole family up, Ava must solve this case alone.

But as the days pass and the only clues point to her, Ava starts to wonder if maybe the sheriff is right.

Maybe she really is the killer.

The only thing Ava knows for sure is that the witches of Sweetland are not happy with her. Especially those witches who have something to hide.

And they all have something to hide.

Can Ava stop the killer before they strike again… even if that killer is her?

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“Let me ask you something,” Brendan said. “You’re a witch. Why do witches like human men?” He was looking at me so earnestly I felt compelled to answer him. I just didn’t know what to say.

“Um…” I stammered. “I don’t know. I grew up around humans, so I guess I’m just drawn to them.” I looked back through the glass patio door at Damon, who was dancing with Megan again. Brendan followed my gaze, looking miserable.

“Love sucks,” he said, then shoved the purple stem he’d been twirling into his pocket and skulked off. I turned back to the stars and sighed.

An earth-shattering scream rose into the night, making me jump.

Through the patio door, I could see a crowd gathering around the perimeter of the room. A woman was screaming. I hurried inside. The crowd had opened up, leaving two people in its center.

Felicity stood there, her mouth hanging open. Campbell was dancing around her, his hands flying unnaturally through the air. His head was tilted at an odd angle and his tongue lolled out the side of his mouth, like a thirsty dog. He was making strange grunting noises that almost resembled words.

“He’s drunk!” someone yelled.

Campbell swung his hips around and bumped into Felicity, who stumbled away from him.

“All right, all right, break it up,” Felicity’s boyfriend Lincoln said.

Lincoln was the sheriff of Mistmoor Point, and the crowded parted for him as he came through. Even if he hadn’t been a sheriff, I suspected the crowd would still have parted for him. At six feet tall with bronze hair and blue eyes, he made quite a figure in the middle of a crowd.

“Okay, Campbell. Time to go home,” Lincoln said, clamping one hand down on his shoulder.

Campbell yanked Lincoln hard, sending him flying across the room. Everyone gasped. Campbell stopped, looked around, then let out a strange gurgling sound. He fell to the floor. His face was bright blue.

Felicity hunkered down next to him. She gave him one hard shake then looked up at the rest of the room, her mouth gaping.

“He’s dead,” she cried. “Campbell’s dead!”

Who would be next?

My Review

I love the idea of a cozy mystery and a bit of paranormal thrown together. How fun! It was especially fun because Ava had no idea she was a witch and was constantly fudging things up. But everyone on the island is keeping secrets, not to mention the murders, what in witch’s name is going on?

I initially liked Ava. She was spunky and a bit overwhelmed. Unfortunately, she was also immature. She’s twenty-one but gets a crush on a boy who won’t even speak to her? Her witchy swear words were cute, but less cute when everyone was using them – even the sheriff.

The murders themselves aren’t too difficult to solve. Ava just keeps on making up wild theories without doing much if any research, which leads to some prickly situations. The final chapters could use some touching up as conflicting information was provided (example: a character being present at the scene, but then all of sudden they were never there?).

Overall, a fun, light read to add a bit of a color to a rainy afternoon.

About the Author

It was from reading Agatha Christie’s mystery books that inspired Zoe to write cozy mystery novels. Zoe liked the fact that cozy mysteries are able to offer readers a form of escapism that typical detective stories can’t.

Like what Marilyn Stasio, who has been the Crime columnist forThe New York TimesBook Review since the late 1980s, recently wrote: “The abiding appeal of the cozy mystery owes a lot to our collective memory, true or false, of simpler, sweeter times.” It is Zoe’s desire that her writings will evoke that nostalgic memory in all of us; those memories of the good old days.

What sets Zoe apart in her writings is her fusing of Mystery with Paranormal elements, a combination which will bring about fantasies that are intriguing and engaging. Her stories contain unexpected twists and sometimes light-hearted moments that will make one smile at Zoe’s quirkiness, fun and wittiness in her writings.

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