14 February 2016

Release Day Blitz: Last Vacation by Sarah Elle Emm

Last Vacation by Sarah Elle Emm.
Audience/Genre: Adult, Suspense.
Publication: January 30th 2016 by Next Chapter Media.
Seven days have passed since Naples real estate agent Megan MacKenna has heard from her twin sister, Madeline, who was vacationing on the beautiful, Caribbean island of St. Croix. Though authorities are not convinced there is a case to solve, Megan knows with all of her heart something happened to Maddy. When Megan receives a direct warning to leave the island or end up like her sister, she turns to the only person who has taken her seriously since she arrived, Gabe, a breakfast cook at a local diner.

Undercover DEA agent, Gabriel Walker has been building his cover for months, waiting for the opportunity to work his way into the infamous Torrez crime ring. When Megan shows up asking questions and Gabe realizes her twin’s disappearance might be linked to the Torrez men, he has to convince her to go back to Florida before she becomes their next victim.

The closer Megan gets to the truth, the more Gabe begins to suspect he is missing a huge piece of the puzzle. And someone is closing in on Megan…

Fun Fact:

I grew up visiting the island of St. Croix with my family. As an adult, I lived in the U.S. Virgin Islands, on both St. Croix and St. Thomas. I always wanted to write a fiction story that took place there, but I never took the time to write it until recently.

Megan peered out at the vast expanse of ocean gleaming in the bright morning sunshine before her. The turquoise waters seemed to go on forever. From the Caribbean Airways in flight map, she had noted the islands of Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, and St. John were in the far off distance. She had been told a faint view of the densely populated St. Thomas could sometimes be seen on a perfectly clear day, but no matter how she strained her eyes, she couldn’t quite see it today.
Had Maddy hopped on a sailboat and continued her travels to another island as the police officer had suggested? It wasn’t like Maddy not to check in. Her cell phone had been going straight to voice mail since the last photo Maddy had sent, and according to the cell company, the cell phone was out of service range. Something had happened to her sibling. The last communication with Maddy had been an unexplained picture of an iguana. No message, no text, nothing. Just an enormous, slimy, dragon-resembling lizard. Megan sunk her head to her chest. Where in the world was her sister?
“Everything okay, Miss?”
Startled from her hopeless thoughts, Megan sat upright at the sound of the low voice. Her eyes scanned the length of the man standing before her, and she pursed her lips together. She guessed he was probably about six-foot-two.
As she sat silently, observing him, the man repeated his question, “Are you okay?” His tone bordered on cautious, but concerned.
“Everything’s fine,” she finally managed with a tight voice.
With a smile, his concern faded away, and he reached behind his back to untie a grease-spotted apron. He folded the apron up, pulled out a chair at the table right next to Megan’s, about a foot and a half from her, and sat down.
An internal alarm went off, making Megan feel extremely uncomfortable with his proximity, and she fidgeted with her hands as he stared at her, finally forcing them into her lap. How could a voice so soothing go with a gruff-looking character like him? And what in the world was he doing sitting down so close to her?

Fiction author, Sarah Elle Emm, is a native of Evansville, Indiana and graduate of The University of Evansville. She has lived in Germany, England, Mexico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and traveled extensively beyond. Sarah is the author of LAST VACATION (suspense), and the teen fantasy Harmony Run Series, which includes PRISMATIC, OPALESCENT, CHATOYANT, and NACREOUS. She is also the author of MARRYING MISSY, (women's fiction), a #1 Amazon Best Seller. When she's not walking the plank of her daughters' imaginary pirate ship, she is writing.

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13 February 2016

Book Blitz & GIveaway: The Guardian Series by G.K. DeRosa

Wilder (The Guardian Series #1)
by G.K. DeRosa.
Audience/Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal.
Publication: May 4th 2015.
All that Celeste Wilder ever wanted was to find someone who would sweep her off her feet like she had seen in countless romantic movies. When she meets the gorgeous and mysterious Constantin brothers her senior year of high school, she gets much more than what she had bargained for. As they introduce her to an exciting supernatural world that she never imagined existed, she makes a startling discovery about her own family legacy and is forced to make a decision that will change her life forever.

She found the romance novel she wanted, the newest one from the series she had been obsessing over, and made her way to the checkout desk. She turned the corner and abruptly collided with someone. She dropped the book, which slapped against the marble floor with a disconcertingly loud thud, echoing through the cavernous room.
“Oh, I’m so sorry!” she blurted, without looking up as she bent down to pick up her book. As she stood back up, her heart skipped a beat. Before her stood a towering, well-built young man with wavy, raven hair, chiseled jaw, and eyes as blue as the summer sky. Celeste felt her cheeks grow hot. Embarrassed, she flushed even redder.
“No problem. Sorry, I should have been watching where you were going, I guess,” he said, eyes twinkling.

Wilder Destiny: The Guardian Series Book 2
Publication: October 28th 2015 by GK DeRosa LLC.
Celeste Wilder’s mundane world has been completely turned upside down, and it all started when the intriguing Constantin brothers strolled into her small town last summer. After discovering the truth about her destiny and making a life-changing decision, she is now forced to deal with the consequences of her new supernatural reality. Gone are the carefree days of high school and homework, now she must fulfill her duty as a Guardian…no matter the cost. Luckily, she has the love of her life by her side as she battles the supernatural forces of evil, but will that love really last forever? As new challenges arise and old enemies reappear, Celeste must find the strength to overcome the biggest threat she’s ever had to face.

Celeste playfully punched him in the arm. So much of their time spent together was fraught with fear and danger that she cherished these light-hearted moments.
“Be careful! I’m driving!” he teased as he jerked the steering wheel to the left causing Celeste to tumble toward him.
She laughed and then straightened back up in her seat. “Where would you plan the date if you think you could do so much better?”
“Oh, I don’t think. I know I could. I would take the Porsche up into the winding hillside. There’s a beautiful little spot up in the bluffs that you can only reach by trail. I’d pack up a picnic basket with some candles and red wine, and we’d hike up the last few meters before the sun sets. Then I’d lay out the blanket by the opening of a small hidden cave up there that overlooks the town. The view is actually quite breathtaking. And we’d make it just in time to see the fiery orange rays of sun setting over Oak Bluffs.”

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G.K. De Rosa has been an avid reader from a very young age. In fact, before she could even read, she tried fooling everyone into thinking that she could. At the precocious age of two, while living in Italy, she had memorized an entire children’s book in Italian and expertly turned the pages at the exact right moments of the story. As she grew up, she always enjoyed literature, no doubt having been instilled with a love of story telling from her early years in Catholic school where she was greatly influenced by exemplary teachers who taught her the value of English and Literature. Though she did not pursue writing in college and instead went for the more traditional route of International Business inspired by her love for travel and all things foreign, after a move to New York City, she found her creative writing side calling once again. She began writing a restaurant review blog, City Lights and Tasty Bites, detailing her other passion – food! The hectic hustle and bustle of the city, combined with long commuting times gave her the opportunity to spend more time reading and rekindled a lost love. After reading countless books in many diverse genres over the two years in New York City, and returning to her home state of Florida, she felt compelled to write something for herself. She had always felt particularly drawn to Young Adult novels and having been an eternal romantic at heart, a fantasy romance was a natural choice. She currently lives in South Florida with her real life Prince Charming and their fur baby, Nico the German Shepherd.

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12 February 2016

Blog Tour & Giveaway: Bluescreen (Mirador #1) by Dan Wells

Welcome to our stop on the Bluescreen Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Follow the Whole Tour HERE

Bluescreen (Mirador #1) by Dan Wells.
Audience/Genre: Young Adult, Science Fiction.
Publication: February 16th 2016 by Balzer & Bray.
Los Angeles in 2050 is a city of open doors, as long as you have the right connections. That connection is a djinni—a smart device implanted right in a person’s head. In a world where virtually everyone is online twenty-four hours a day, this connection is like oxygen—and a world like that presents plenty of opportunities for someone who knows how to manipulate it.

Marisa Carneseca is one of those people. She might spend her days in Mirador, the small, vibrant LA neighborhood where her family owns a restaurant, but she lives on the net—going to school, playing games, hanging out, or doing things of more questionable legality with her friends Sahara and Anja. And it’s Anja who first gets her hands on Bluescreen—a virtual drug that plugs right into a person’s djinni and delivers a massive, non-chemical, completely safe high. But in this city, when something sounds too good to be true, it usually is, and Mari and her friends soon find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy that is much bigger than they ever suspected.

Dan Wells, author of the New York Times bestselling Partials Sequence, returns with a stunning new vision of the near future—a breathless cyber-thriller where privacy is the world’s most rare resource and nothing, not even the thoughts in our heads, is safe.

Guest Post: Playlist for Bluescreen by Dan Wells

I love music, and I love making soundtracks for my books. Every book I write has, at minimum, a theme song, a playlist, a Pandora station. Sometimes I get even more elaborate, but I won't bore you with all the obsessive details. Today we'll keep it simple: my playlist for Bluescreen. Most of it is Korean pop, with a bunch of Latin music mixed in, partly because I love both kinds of music, and partly because the cast and the story are very international, and I wanted a playlist to match. So here you go:

Nu-ABO, by f(x)
I love f(x). If I were forced to choose a favorite K-Pop group, it would be very painful, but it would probably be f(x). One of the things I love about them is that they get very experimental with their music--you don't see that as much with this song as you do with something like, say, Red Light, but even on this super poppy, easy access track they're still doing some pretty interesting stuff. I love it.

Fantastic Baby, by Big Bang
If you don't know Big Bang yet, you will soon. They're one of the biggest groups in the world, and poised to explode onto the American music scene. This is my favorite of theirs--relentlessly catchy, and easy to sing along with even you don't speak Korean.

Vivir Sin Aire, by ManĂ¡
ManĂ¡ is a Mexican rock band, and I love them so much I slipped an homage into Bluescreen that I'm totally not telling you about; you'll just have to find it as an Easter Egg. The main character of Bluescreen is Mexican, a teenager girl named Marisa Carneseca, so I wanted to make sure to get some good Mexican stuff on the playlist. This one is a love song, and much slower and sadder than the rest of the playlist, but totally awesome.

You Don't Love Me, by SPICA
K-Pop is known for its manufactured feel--precise choreography, pre-packaged songs, and auto-tuned voices are part of the whole vibe--but all five members of SPICA do all of their own singing, and every last one of them is phenomenal. This song is peppy and sassy and, believe it or not, bluesy, and I love it.

No Mercy, by SISTAR
This is not even close to SISTAR's biggest hit, and in fact there's not even a video available online, but it's my favorite of theirs. I don't why, it just is. I don't have to explain myself to you.

My Copycat, by Orange Caramel
In contrast to the last song, this one totally has a video, and you totally need to look it up. Then watch all of Orange Caramel's other videos while you're at it, because they're amazing.

Popocateptl, by Fey
I lived in Mexico in the late 90s, which is why you're getting two late 90s Mexican songs on my playlist. This one is kind of techno, but mostly it's just super weird. "Popocateptl" is an Aztec god, and the name of the volcano right next to Mexico city. And in case you're curious, yes, I can sing the entire middle section of this song, at speed, in Spanish. It's super fun., by Lee-Hi
Another bluesy K-Pop song, this one was the song that got me into K-Pop in the first place, though I honestly don't remember how I stumbled onto it. It became the theme song for the book, because the repeated line "Game Over" fit so well with my story about girl gamers.

Red, by Hyuna
Hyuna is one of the superstars of Korean music, and one of the few that can survive as a solo act in a music scene built around packaged groups. I love this song for the lyrics, though I had to look them up to get a translation. The key line is "A monkey's butt is red," and the whole song is kind of built around that idea: that our concepts of what is sexy and attractive and appealing may seem very sophisticated, but they all go back to very old, primal, evolutionary triggers and instincts. It's a challenge to the world, and a very in-your-face song.

Bailando, by Gente de Zona
I first heard this song, like most people, in the Enrique Iglesias version, but his Spanish zeta accent drives me up the wall. The original is by the Cuban group Gente de Zona, and I love it. I defy you to listen to this song and not feel like dancing.

Crush, by 2NE1
If I had to pick a favorite K-Pop group, and for some reason didn't pick f(x), I'd pick 2NE1. They're more of a rap group than a pop group, and this is easily my favorite of theirs. I could listen to it all day.

Nilili Mambo, by Block B
I saved the best for last. Nilili Mambo is one of my favorite songs ever. Roll the windows down and blast this one for the whole neighborhood--they'll thank you.

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Dan Wells is a thriller and science fiction writer. Born in Utah, he spent his early years reading and writing. He is he author of the Partials series (Partials, Isolation, Fragments, and Ruins), the John Cleaver series (I Am Not a Serial Killer, Mr. Monster, and I Don't Want To Kill You), and a few others (The Hollow City, A Night of Blacker Darkness, etc). He was a Campbell nomine for best new writer, and has won a Hugo award for his work on the podcast Writing Excuses; the podcast is also a multiple winner of the Parsec Award.

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Book Blitz & Giveaway: Till Death Us Do Part by Cristina Slough

Till Death Us Do Part
by Cristina Slough.
Audience/Genre: Adult, Romance, Suspense.
Publication: December 29th 2015 by Limitless Publishing LLC.
The fateful day Mimi Marcus has dreaded begins with a phone call...

The wife of a U.S. Marine, Mimi spent countless nights worried that her husband Joel would fall in the line of duty. He had fought valiantly and served his country with honor. That’s exactly what they tell her when they deliver the news—Joel was taken by the enemy in Afghanistan. Her husband is dead.

In desperate need of closure, Mimi travels to the one place Joel still has ties—The Marcus Ranch in Texas, inherited by his handsome younger brother Austin.

New beginnings are only an illusion...

The closer Mimi grows to the Marcus family, the more she considers it home. But when suspicions of Joel’s past surface, Austin refuses to disclose family secrets—even to his brother’s widow. It’s only by accident she uncovers evidence of Joel’s tainted past. Devastated by his lies and betrayal, she slowly opens up to Austin, and together they unfold layers of pain and grief.

Mimi is sure she’ll never love again, but is Austin the man to prove her wrong? Then the unthinkable happens…

Just as Mimi finds new hope in a future with Austin, Joel returns home from war. Enraged, traumatized, and teetering on the edge of insanity, Joel confesses to a history of deception, revealing yet another secret—this one too terrible to forgive.

In an awful twist of fate, Joel proves marriage vows are made to be honored.

No matter what.

He watched her, his eyes sad. They appeared to gleam in the flash of simultaneous lightning; he appeared to reach out to her, his body bloody and wet.
Mimi remembered a dream that she had, a few months before, the night before she had been informed that Joel had been killed. Only, this wasn’t a dream. She was awake and he was standing in front of her.
She felt the blood drain from her face.
“What is it?” Austin asked.
“It’s Joel. He’s…he’s outside.” Her voice trembled.
Austin leapt out of bed. He saw his brother standing out in the pouring rain. He felt a wave of anger, followed by fear. Joel looked like a ghost, lost, broken, but the way his body stood rigid told him he needed to worry.
“I’ll go talk to him,” he said, pulling on his jeans that were draped over a chair sitting in the corner of the room.
“No, don’t. He looks crazy,” Mimi said, her voice high-pitched.
She’d never ever been fearful of her husband; he had never given her reason to, never any doubt, but in the darkness of this stormy night, something inside was telling her she had cause to panic.
“Just stay here, alright.”
“Austin, please don’t go out there,” she pleaded “Let me go…I’ll talk to him; it’s me he’s come for.”
Austin swallowed hard. “Actually Mimi, I think it’s me he’s come for.”

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Novelist, movie addict, and animal lover, Cristina Slough is the author of Till Death Us Do Part, her debut novel.

Cristina has always been a bookworm, rarely seen without a pen and paper in her hand, she loves delving into a literacy fictional world of her own.

At the age of 11, her junior school teacher told her mother that she would be wasting her life if she didn’t become an author. Throughout her teenage years and beyond, her parents spurred her on to keep writing. She later began a career in commercial real estate, working in London’s West End, a corporate bubble where she was unable to fuel her passion to write.

It was on her Californian honeymoon in 2012 that the bug to write was becoming increasingly difficult to ignore. After visiting Yosemite National Park she was inspired by the natural beauty of the land that surrounded her. Holding a special place in her heart, Yosemite would later be written into her debut novel.

She finally gave up the ‘big smoke’ when her son, Lucas, was born in October 2013.

When Lucas was a newborn, Cristina was told to sleep when the baby sleeps. She never could. There was a calling inside her to write. After getting to grips with her new role as a mother, she began working a psychological thriller, but she couldn’t fully connect to the characters she created. She ditched the manuscript and started Till Death Us Do Part (Limitless Publishing, 2015).

Cristina is married to Adam, who runs a successful business; together they share their Bedfordshire home with their son, crazy white German Shepherd and three spoiled cats. They can be found trekking through woodlands, or around the many shops Cristina loves to explore. As a family, they love to travel frequently, the United States being a firm favorite.

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11 February 2016

Blog Tour & Giveaway: : Pimpernel by Sheralyn Pratt

Pimpernel by Sheralyn Pratt.
Audience/Genre: Contemporary Romance, Clean Read.
Publication: January 18th 2016 by Wicked Sassy.
For centuries, the elite of the world have sought the Pimpernel everywhere. Some want to kill him, others want to hire him, but Jack Cavanaugh knows that the love/hate relationship comes with the job title.

At present, Jack is trying to dismantle an investment scheme centered in Las Vegas, but "trying" is the operative word. It's been a month since he put the face of the scheme behind bars, yet the scam is still going strong. As Jack tries to uncover who has stepped in as the new head, what miniscule evidence there is all seems to point him back to Claire Ramsey, an introverted PhD student studying at UNLV.

If ever there as an unlikely head of an investment scheme, Claire's it. She has a genius IQ, but from all Jack has seen, Claire’s intelligence is as much a blessing as a curse when paired up with her acute OCD. Claire can barely make conversation with the cute guy down the hall, which makes it hard to believe she could be the charismatic salesperson who is getting international businessmen to invest $5—50 million a pop.

So what is Jack missing? What is the real story behind Claire Ramsey? And once Jack learns it, will he be able to walk away?

Reviewed by Kelly

You want intrigue, magic, mystery, some twists, maybe even a little romance than this might be for you.

I had a hard time understanding and keeping up with the events in the beginning. I was really confused. It went for a while, I’m sure to set you up with information about the bad guys and Claire. You aren’t sure if Claire is also bad but you kind of know she can’t be. The reason I say this is that, it was a hard start for me to follow and I really just wanted to give up and stop reading it. I didn’t obviously and I am glad I didn’t. The story picked up and I got into it and wanted to know what would happen.

I have never heard of the word Pimpernel until this book. The word doesn’t come out until over halfway through the book. I actually had to look up the word. It's a little embarrassing to admit though.

Jack is a magician and the Pimpernel. He fixes things and does it quick and moves on. He is a master of disguises. He doesn’t let people in. He can’t because his job requires him to keep moving and this keeps him safe. He does harbor some fondness for Claire. He doesn't seem to want to admit it though. He works with Margot who is a right scary, beautiful and a no nonsense woman! He also works with Ren and sometimes Kali. I hope the author writes their own stories too!

Anyway, Claire is a genius. Sometimes geniuses aren’t very street smart and Claire isn’t. She got into this investment scheming because she was working on her thesis for school and her professor got her into it. She knew it was wrong but was blind sighted by her infatuation with her professor who is now in jail because of it. Claire is blackmailed into continuing to do the scam and get millions of dollars off of rich investors. She does it out of fear. She is very good at it and she can keep numbers in her head. She is also OCD and has gone off her meds to keep those numbers in her head in hopes of helping her professor when he gets out of jail.

When she is picked up by the Pimpernel and asked if she can change alliances and right her wrongs she is hesitant at first. But she starts to learn who she can and can’t trust. At times, she doesn’t even trust the Pimpernel. She is also scared but does what she is told. She begins to feel things for the Pimpernel. She learns her family’s secrets and my heart goes out to the things she learns of her family.

So, if you like mystery with twists that you didn’t see coming, magic, uncovering family secrets, first kisses, unrequited love, blackmail, high IQ’s, a little violence, clean romance then this might be for you.

The high-pitched scream from the other side of her apartment door shattered Claire’s thoughts.

“Daniel?” That shriek had been way too high to come out of a man.

“Help!” Daniel’s voice cried out from the other side of the door.

Claire unlocked the door and pushed it open, finding Daniel cowering on the couch in sailor-themed boxer briefs. Classical music played from his bedroom, indicating Daniel had been sewing before he ended up on the couch. On the ground between them lay the lounge robe Daniel had made in his fashion design class along with his house slippers. They looked like they’d been flung at random.

“Move!” he shrieked at her, stabbing his finger at the ground like a mad man. “Take the high ground and leave the door open. Maybe it will go back to the gates of hell, where it belongs!”

Claire followed the direction of his manic gesturing, freezing when her eyes locked on something the size of her fist with eight hairy legs. “Daniel? Please tell me that is a toy.”

“That. Is. NOT. A. Toy!”

The spider chose that moment to make its move—which happened to be sprinting her way.

Claire shrieked as Daniel motioned for her to join him on the couch. “High ground!”

Was he insane? She would have to leap over the tarantula to get to him. Why in the world would she do that when she could just run away and go to a hotel for the night?

“Voldemort?” a man’s voice said from behind her a split second before Claire backed into a male body blocking her retreat. Not only did Claire scream, but her body was suddenly possessed by an Olympic hurdler as she scampered across the living room and flung herself into Daniel’s arms on the couch.

“You found her!” a flagpole of a man from the doorway said as Claire latched onto Daniel, hiding her face against his shoulder. If she didn’t see the spider, maybe it would cease to exist.

“Found it?” Daniel scoffed. “That thing tried to duel me for my sandwich before I batted him off my kitchen table.”

Claire shuttered, only vaguely realizing that the shoulder she was hiding her face in was bare. I’ve never hugged a guy who was only wearing underwear before, she thought a moment before Daniel pulled her keys out of her hand and flung them at the ground to join his slippers and robe.

“Don’t chase it this way!” Daniel yelled at the other guy.

“Come on, Voldemort,” the spider guy cooed. “Let’s get you back into your habitat—Don’t run!”

Wait, it was running? Claire didn’t want to see that, yet something compelled her to turn and look anyway.

People always said that horrible things seemed to happen in slow motion, but Claire could have sworn the giant arachnid was coming at her in fast-forward mode. In a heartbeat, she had climbed up to ride piggyback on Daniel while he responded by flapping his hands in panic as if he could fan the thing away with a light breeze.

Not only did the spider keep running, it was sprinting like an arachnid with a plan—heading straight for the couch. When Daniel backed away, Claire felt her back thump into the wall. Before he could move again, she pushed off his back to stand on the back of the couch, dropping her purse when it threatened her balance. On the way down, it ended up in Daniel’s hands and he wasted no time finding items inside and tossing them at the spider while its owner moved in to act like a human shield.

“No!” the tall guy cried as he tried to corral the beast. “Don’t throw things at her. You might hurt her.”

Just then, Claire’s favorite lip gloss bounced off the hairy spider, stunning it.

That lip gloss was dead to her—not just the tube, the actual brand. She’d never be able to look at it the same again.

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Some describe Sheralyn as a girl who’s been around the block and worked at every shop. This isn’t far from the truth. Writing is what she loves most, however. There’s a magical power in stepping into new perspectives time and again, and seeing the world through different eyes. Few things increase empathy more than walking in another’s shoes for 100,000 words or so. At least that seems to be the trend so far.
Some random things to know about Sheralyn:
* She’s a wanderer (geographically)
* She can write a novel, but doesn’t have the attention span for one page in a journal
* She vehemently disagrees with Stephen King’s stance that authors should not watch TV
* She is pretty much incapable of sleeping before midnight

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