I’ve read every book in this series, it’s one of my favorite series. I like that Carmen wrote a prequel it gives me more insight about the characters beginnings. If you haven’t read any of this series, this is a great one to start with. Strong characters that are consistent through the whole series. The author writes flawlessly from one book to the next. I believe there could be Creatus out there, you’ll see what I mean when you read this series. The characters are so real, the settings are clear in your mind, you feel like you get a feel for Boston. I highly recommend this series.
Today, TAMING TORI (Book #3 in my Texas Boys Falling Fast series – Jake’s story) is officially released!
To celebrate I’m giving away some awesome prizes! All you have to do for a chance to win, is leave a comment here or on Facebook. I will draw the winning names on Saturday, November 1st at noon (EST).
3 – $10 Amazon gift cards
2 – $15 Subway gift cards
1 – pair of Monet sparkly earrings
1 – pair of Lia Sophia twinkle earrings
Blurb for Taming Tori:
Jake Garrison is an all-around nice guy who tries to stay out of the limelight despite being considered one of Dallas’s most eligible and wealthy bachelors. He’s down-to-earth and a quiet people-pleaser until someone pushes his buttons. Tori Caye not only pushes his buttons, she pulls him into her special kind of chaos with tears and those sexy amber eyes.
Tori Caye is a mean-girl debutante whose sense of entitlement exhausts even those close to her. After her fiance of two years calls of their engagement, she throws herself into the arms of Jake Garrison and tries to manipulate him while trying to maintain her uppity disposition.
The attraction between Jake and Tori is off-the-charts, but it’s game-on when he thinks he can tame Tori and when Tori tries to bend him to her will.
** Jake and Tori’s story was fun to write, although I have to admit to some hair-pulling moments. In my mind, Jake’s character was solid; Tori’s not so much. She was a handful! In their story, Tori starts out as someone you’d like to put in a headlock or trip as she walks by. Slowly, she redeems herself. But…don’t expect a complete transformation because she is who she is. When you’re born with a silver spoon in your mouth and treated like royalty from birth, realistically, you’re only going to change so much.**
My website: http://www.authorjanromes.com
I’m proud to announce a new release that drops this weekend. Reflections is a collection of short stories, poetry, and essays from some terrific authors, a few of whom I’ve had the pleasure to work with and interviewed on my blog—Darcia Helle, Maria Savva, and Jason McIntryre.
It’s on sale November 1st, but you can pre-order it now from:
ONLY 99 cents! I love short stories, so I’ve ordered my copy already. Get yours now!
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Do you trust what you see?
Right becomes left.
Up becomes down.
Your world looks new when you see its…
First of all if you didn’t read the first book “Confronting The Demon” do it! I was lucky enough to receive a Arc of the next book(which I was waiting for after reading the first) I was not disappointed! This author writes sci-fi like no other, kick butt action and suspense all the way through both books. Alloran is known as the destroyer of worlds, does he deserve this title? The council and other residents blame him and his renegade so-called friend(Laydon)for the demons that plagued the city and killed loved ones. Gisayne keeps collapsing and they can’t figure out why, it has been happening more and more ever since chasing Laydon to the seven Hells. Alloran needs to figure out what’s wrong before she dies. He can’t trust anyone in the citadel to help him even his assistants in the lab, he thinks their spy’s sent from the counsel to keep a eye on him. The city of Ehsua is still falling apart, walls come and go, could there be a link between this and Gisayne? Will Alloran find a way to redeem himself in time to save Gisayne? Is there anyone he can trust? I found myself wanting to kick butt myself at times. Gisayne and Alloran have my respect, as does the author for her awesome writing skills. Can’t wait for the next book to be released! Read about demons, wizards, hellcats, sorceress all in this series.
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Tuesday: Day of Honor
The name of Tuesday comes from the warrior god Tui, or Tiw, of Teutonic mythology. The French word, mardi, corresponds to Mars, the Roman god of War. Tuesday is a time to focus on masculine vibrations for invocations relating to hunting, competition, or sporting prowess. This day of Mars is also good for goal setting, motivation, and courage. It is associated with magic dealing with athletics, competitions, conflicts, courage, hunting, legality, logic, physical strength, politics, vitality and war.
Color of the Day: Red
Health, passion, love, fertility, strength, courage, willpower; increases magnetism in rituals.
On this Date: Fyribod/Runic half-month of Hagal and Celtic tree month of Ngetal commence.
The festival of Fyribod, or Forebode, is a marker of winter and bad weather. The runic half-month of Hagal, the transformative hailstone, is a time to undergo the changes leading up to winter. The Celtic tree month of…
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