The Rose King!

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The Rose King is a little novelette I decided to write for my newsletter subscribers. They’ve been getting one installment each month, just a chapter or two, over the past few months. While I do plan to publish an edited version, I’m still inviting people to join my mailing list in order to get these installments and read it for FREE.

That said, maybe you need a little more convincing to join my newsletter (despite the fact that my newsletter is never spammy and you get free books in addition to The Rose King and you sometimes will get to hear about awesome book deals and see photos of my kitten…), so I’ll point you to the first part of The Rose King. You’ll recognize the heroine and hero, Gemma and Rex, from Book 3 of the Corona Pride, Savage Heartache, where they help Nina and Jameson on their journey to luuuuurve. ❤

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Savage Bliss Soundtrack

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I’ve really loved coming up with these soundtracks! Some of the songs fit so, so well. Here’s the soundtrack for Savage Bliss! In case the video doesn’t embed correctly, you can click here for the playlist on YouTube.

  1. Florence + the Machine, “Raise It Up (Rabbit Heart)”
  2. Straight No Chaser, “I’m Yours”
  3. Madison Avenue, “Don’t Call Me Baby”
  4. Hooverphonic, “Mad About You”
  5. Moby, “Extreme Ways”
  6. Bishop Briggs, “Like a River”

The Corona Pride: The Complete Series

Now that all these bad boys are available, I thought it would be time to put them together so you can have them all in one spot!

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The Corona Pride: The Complete Series, is now available on Amazon!

There are series that when they end I sit back and think – yeah, that was good.  Then there are those that are more difficult to say farewell to, the ones that feel more like saying goodbye to friends than fictional characters.  That is my feeling today. …I am extremely lucky to have discovered The Corona Pride series. —Marsha from Shifter Haven

The Riders (duology) by Veronica Rossi

 

Riders was the kind of book that I really could not stop reading. Once I started, I didn’t want to stop, and heaven help any poor soul who tried to interrupt my reading. Chores didn’t matter, I think I ate whatever food was easily made while the book was open on the counter, and I literally could not sleep until I’d finished the novel. I both hate and love books like this. I love them because I fall completely under their spell. I hate them because I get absolutely nothing done.

Riders is about a boy, Gideon, who literally dies but comes back to life as War, one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse. He soon meets the other three horsemen, as well as a girl, Daryn, who has a mysterious ability to find them and bring them together.

I don’t want to spoil any of the mysteries in here, but let’s just say the writing is flawless, the plot fast-paced, and the characterization takes my breath away. This was a beautifully written book.

Seeker was also un-put-downable. I started it early in the afternoon and ignored everything around me just so I could keep reading! I love Gideon so, so much, and Daryn, too. I really needed this glimpse into her head. The ending was surprising and fulfilling, and man, Rossi’s dialogue. She’s a master.

I highly recommend these books to any lovers of contemporary fantasy.