Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Goddess Fish Blog Tour stop with Sandra Sookoo & a Contest

Contest Information: Sandra will be awarding a gift bag of travel sized Bath and Body Works products in Charmed scent to one randomly drawn commenter during the tour (US/Canada only please) and a gift bag of travel sized Bath and Body Works products in Be Enchanted scent to the blog host with the most comments (excluding the host's and Sandra's). Comment on each tour stop to be entered in to win this great prize. Follow the tour and comment; the more they comment, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates can be found HERE

Welcome to Dawn’s Reading Nook, Sandra Sookoo. Please let my cabana boys/girls get you a drink and make yourself at home. Comfortable? Great…now let’s get down to business.

Q: Tell us a little about yourself. What you do, either for a living or for fun or both?

I’m a year shy of 40, and I’m a stay at home wife…or domestic goddess if you’d rather. I write full-time in between doing laundry, cleaning the house and running typical errands. On the side and in my spare time, I love to bake and cook. Or talk about Disney.  I also love visiting the local zoo.

Q: Are you a by-the-seat-of-your-pants kind of writer, or do you have to use an outline to put your collective thoughts into some semblance of common sense?
For me, I definitely use an outline. I’m a big fan of plotting. It keeps me from getting lost or writing myself into a corner.

Q: Tell us all about your latest or upcoming release. What inspired it?
My book is called Ricochet, and it’s an action-packed sci-fi romance.  Originally, I’d started off writing it for a group antho, but when that project fell apart, I kept writing and soon my planned short became a full length piece of fiction. I kinda like to refer to it as a Mario Kart project LOL It’s that frenetic.

Q: If you had super powers, what would they be? Why?
Super speed. Why? So I could run errands and do chores in record time and maybe write even more!
Q: What genre haven’t you tried yet but want to in the future?
LOL Since I already write across all kinds of genres, I don’t know. I could try my hand at the children’s market, but I don’t think that’s the way I want to go. I guess it would have to be cozy mysteries. I just might do it later in my career.

Q: What’s a fun fact about you? Something unique, a particular talent?
I like to hand paint ceramic Christmas villages and made beaded bookmarks.

Q: What is one thing readers might be surprised to know about you?

I don’t like to eat steak or drink coffee. I cheerfully make those things but never ingest them.

Q: Were your stories secret projects or were you able to be open with your family and friends about your writing?

Oh, I’m open about them. The fam doesn’t read my work, especially if it has sex in it, as they think I’m going to hell.  The hubs will read my stuff but is uncomfortable reading sex scenes lol

Q: Do you have any weird writing habits?

Not really. I usually like to have gummi bears around when I write.

Q: What's your favorite genre to read?
Cozy mysteries and thrillers like Jurassic Park (which I read every year)

Q: What authors can be found in your library of books (print, audio or e-books)?

I have a wide collection of authors in all genres. I do try and make a point to buy lesser known authors—not just the best seller authors.

Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world (money is no object), where would you go? Why? And for how long?

Hawaii. Why? Because it’s in the US and I’ve always wanted to visit. I’d stay as long as it took to see everything.

Q: Do you have any obsessions? What are they?

I have to have fine point pens and wide ruled paper as well as notebooks.  Lots of notebooks.

Q: Is there anything you’re currently working on that you can give us a taste of?

Besides the braised beef?  Erm, you mean writing-wise! Right now, I’m just coming off a month and a half of writing downtime so it’s writing my fourth modern-day fairy tale as well as continuing work on another full length sci-fi book.  In between those, I’m working on a contemporary novella.

Q: When creating your characters, do you have models in mind or are they totally fictional?

A lot of the time they’re fictional.  At times I’ll use traits of people I know, or have known or observed out somewhere, but for Ricochet, the model for Stratton was the male lead on the now-cancelled USA show Under Covers. His name is Boris Kodjoe

Q: Are you in control of your characters or do they control you?

I think it’s a 50/50 split at times. Sometimes they do and say things I wasn’t privy to—and that’s a good thing!

Q: If you came with a warning label, what would it say?

Watch out, I shoot from the hip. You might laugh, you might cry but you’ll always have a good time.

Q: Please tell us where we can find you on the web.

Believing is Seeing blog:

Ricochet by Sandra Sookoo

Willa Rayes, only daughter of a legendary Lingorian fighter pilot, can fly any ship in the galaxy. Better than her brothers, in fact. But does that get her any respect? Not as long as she has breasts. Winning the Nebulon Trike will not only force her family to notice her, it’ll be her declaration of independence from men in general.

Then she meets her race partner, Stratton Sinnet. Arrogant and chauvinistic, he ignites her libido like no man ever before. And threatens to send her well-planned strategy straight to hell.

A bounty hunter by trade, Sin enters the Trike for one reason: money. Somewhere among the racers his quarry is hiding, but he’s not worried. He always gets his man, and winning the race will be a nice bonus. It sure would be a hell of a lot easier, though, if he wasn’t saddled with a know-it-all navigator who’s getting on his last nerve—and under his skin.

As the checkpoints go by and the danger escalates, the fight for control, the lead—and satisfaction—approaches supernova heat. Burning away their resistance, and the tough shells that protect their one vulnerability…their hearts.

She took a deep breath, and the smile flickered again. Beneath the sweat and nerves of the crowd, the sharp scent of rocket fuel permeated the air. It blended with mechanics’ grease and heated electrical wiring and the organic smell of brand-new leather upholstery, topped off by paint fumes. The ships that would be employed during the race were housed not fifty yards away, and her fingers itched to familiarize herself with the steering mechanisms and instrument panels of the one that would be hers to command during the race. 

This was where she felt most comfortable; this was where home would always be, here amidst spacecraft of every shape and size. Being one with her ship, accepting no excuses, executing each command with inherent confidence, always in control with no margin for error. It was the best feeling in the world. 

Excitement shot through Willa’s stomach as she craned her neck in an attempt to see above the heads and shoulders of the beings clustered in front of her. Being five and a half feet tall in a galaxy populated with much taller beings might have put her at a disadvantage. However, she played her height challenge well; it made her faster and able to squeeze into some ships the others couldn’t hope to fit into. Unfortunately, the lack of height meant the extra inches filled out her breasts and hips, making her a universal object of male appreciation. 

Not that she cared. She wasn’t here for a hookup. She was here to crush egos.

Meet Sandra Sookoo...
Sandra is a writer of romantic fiction. Her portfolio includes historical, contemporary, sci-fi and paranormal romances in full-length books as well as shorts and novellas. No matter if the heat level is spicy or sweet, she loves to blend genres and often times will add humor.

When not immersed in creating new worlds and interesting characters, Sandra likes to read, bake and travel. Her favorite place to spend vacation hours is Walt Disney World. It’s where dreams come true and the soul can play. If she’s not writing, she’s keeping things interesting at her Believing is Seeing blog or spending time with her husband, who patiently answers questions she has about men and/or sci-fi-related subjects.

You can write to Sandra at, visit her website at or look her up on Facebook and Twitter. All links are provided on the front page of her website.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Welcome Brita Addams today & a Contest


Welcome to Dawn’s Reading Nook, Brita Addams. Please let my cabana boys/girls get you a drink and make yourself at home. Comfortable? Great…now let’s get down to business.

So tell us about yourself. What got you interested in writing? Who are your publisher(s)?

Hi Dawn and thank you for having me. I grew up in upstate New York and after I graduated from high school, I married (just 8 months later) and began following my military husband to various duty station over the course of the next six years. We lived in Waukegan, Illinois, Keflavik, Iceland and finally, New Orleans, Louisiana, where I lived until three years ago. Now we live about two and half hours from NOLA. I've been married to my husband for not nearly enough years, we have three children, and I love to read and write.

I've always written, so I couldn't say any one thing that got me interested. I love telling stories and I love history, so the combination of the two is like nirvana for me.

I'm published, thankfully, with Noble Romance, Silver Publishing, Amber Allure, and Riptide Publishing.

How did you start your writing career?

By happenstance, really. Though I've written all my life, I never had the nerve to take that step and seek publication. When I read about e-publishing, I thought maybe I'd have the opportunity to share my writing and the rest is history. Noble Romance bought the first book in the Sapphire Club series, Serenity's Dream and suggested that I had the makings of a series there. Lord Decadent's Obsession and Chocolate, Tea, and the Duchess followed and that series has been very good to me.

Tell us about your favorite character from your books.

I love Phillip Allard from Chocolate, Tea, and the Duchess. Phillip is a duke, whose life is steeped in tradition and obligation. He must marry to secure the title and fortune. However, Phillip has a secret that keeps him from even thinking about marriage, until a marriage-minded young woman puts him in a position that makes him honor-bound to marry her.

Phillip, however, refuses to forsake his need for masculine companionship and to her credit, Felicity understands and embraces Phillip for who he is. She's truly a lovely young woman who feels as badly for putting Phillip in such a position as she does for herself.

Enter Alexander Chilton, the man who shows both Phillip and Felicity what real love is.

Phillip is dark and complicated and was extremely fun to write.

Tell us about your current/upcoming release. What inspired it?

My current release is Demands of the Heart, a Regency historical. It is the story of Richard Fanshaw and Victoria Bramhill, who discover each other very early in their adult lives and fall madly in love. Richard dashes off to purchase a home for them and Victoria is breathlessly awaiting his return. However, the young lovers a thwarted by an evil man who hates Richard and steps into an opportunistic situation—Victoria's father is deeply in debt and sinking faster than a stone.

Greed convinces her father to accept the evil man's marriage suit, and Victoria's freedom is bought at a very steep price to her and Richard's happiness.

Happenstance has them crossing each other's path and sets in motion Richard's need for revenge—he's never told the truth, as Victoria was forbidden to ever speak to him again.

I don't know what inspired it really, other than my love for romance novels in general and the idea of two people having loved once and being torn apart has always appealed to me for some perverse reason.

A bit of trivia: The cover for this book happens to be cover model Jimmy Thomas' fifteen-hundredth cover. That number was the one Jimmy needed to break the all-time record for the highest number of romance novel cover appearances for a male model. I'm quite pleased to have been a part of that.

If you could visit any time and place, where and when would it be and why?
I love to travel and for me to be able to time travel would be a wonderful thing! I'd make it England in the period that I love to write about, the Regency Era, which spanned from 1811 to 1820. It was a very short period, but so different from others in so many ways.
The social mores were strict, though not as strict as the upcoming Victorian period, and yet the Prince Regent was a bit of a scamp, who tended to inspire the roguish behavior we readers of Regency novels absolutely love.
I would need air-conditioning though and a few other conveniences, so the visit would be short and sweet. However, that would be a journey of a lifetime!
Who's more fun to write: bad boys or perfect gentlemen and why?

I think a combination of both—perfect gentlemen who harbor bad boy tendencies. Hmm, I never thought of my heroes that way before. Thanks, Dawn!

This isn't a knock on the contemporary genre or on any authors, just my own opinion. I love historicals and therefore, perfect gentlemen, because I'm not fond of blatant promiscuity and the bar line, "Hey, baby, wanna f**k?" Perfect gentlemen have finesse, they know how to treat their ladies or their gentlemen, and still get what they're after.

I was raised with the mantra—"Act like ladies and gentlemen," so I think I've translated that into my writing. However, close the bedchamber door, and it's an all out free-for-all. The cravat drops at the door. J

If you could meet any fictional character, who would it be and what would you do together?

Hmm, great question! I think I'd love to meet Westcliff from Lisa Kleypas' It Happened One Autumn. He's one of those characters that though I read the book ages ago, he lives on in my head. I don't know what we'd do together, perhaps have a spot of brandy and chat about how to tame his wife. He's fascinating, educated, and rather stern. I'd probably just sit and stare in total amazement.

Out of all your books, do you have a favorite one? If not, then which one is closest to your heart?

I suppose I love them all in varying degrees. Each inspired something in me to write them, you know. I do love Her Timeless Obsession, which I wrote under the name Tina Ordone, because it incorporates my love of genealogy and has an element of time travel, though it's actually more thought travel. It's a love story that spans decades and has an effect on many generations.

The other one is An Evening at the Starlight, which is quite different from any I've ever written. It's about an older man who, when confronted with having to advise a young man on his marital problems, relates the story of a love that wouldn't die. There's no sex in it, just a hint, because it simply wasn't appropriate for the story. It's based, quite loosely, on a story from my own family tree, as told to me by the subject herself, some fifty-two years after the fact.

For me it's heartwarming and shows the power of true love.

What character out of all your books is the closest to your personality?

I would have to say none. Honestly, I'm a rather bland person compared to my characters. Then again, I think some of my traits have to inadvertently come through. I'm nurturing, as is Felicity in Duchess and doggedly determined, as is Victoria in Demands of the Heart. As for my other heroines, not so much. They have it all over me.

Anything else you would like to add?

I'd like to share the blurb from Demands of the Heart with everyone and direct them to where they can find an excerpt, if they are so inclined.


In 1807, idealistic Richard Fanshaw and Victoria Bramhill are consumed with each other, their young love blooming amidst a series of carefree soirees and stolen moments.

But jealousy and greed turn what they have into something ugly and twisted. They're wrenched apart amid vile lies and deceit when Victoria's freedom is bought to pay her father's debts.

Six years later, Victoria is widowed and a cynical Richard has just returned to England after years in India.  Having been given the impression that Victoria's marriage was a happy one, a chance meeting renews Richard's anger over Victoria's betrayal and sets in motion a plan for revenge.

One must answer the demands of the heart.

You can find Demands of the Heart at Noble Romance.

Also, I can be found at any of these places:

Email address:
Twitter: @britaaddams

To celebrate the release of Demand's of the Heart, Noble Romance Publishing is offering my entire backlist at 20% off. This is for sales on the Noble Romance Publishing site only and only my titles.

There's no limit. Buy one book, or all seven, you'll get 20% off your purchase. The eligible titles are: Serenity's Dream; Lord Decadent's Obsession; Chocolate, Tea, and the Duchess; The Rogue's Salvation; A Minute After Midnight; An Evening at the Starlight, and the book I wrote under the name Tina Ordone, Her Timeless Obsession.

The price you'll see is the reduced price.

The sale will run from midnight, Pacific time, February 20 to 11:59 pm Pacific time, March 2.

This is a backlist sale, so it doesn't include Demands of the Heart.

I have several contests running during the book tour, ending at midnight, March 2.

Contest #1:

I'll choose a daily winner from the commenters. I'll will be giving away an ebook from my backlist at each stop. The only exclusion is Demands of the Heart. One book per commenter, please.

Contest #2:

Demands of the Heart T-Shirt Contest:

If you answer the three questions correctly, you could be one of four winners. The prize will be a T-Shirt with the cover of the book on it. The shirt also says that the cover is model, Jimmy Thomas's 1500th cover. There will be four winners, each winning a T-Shirt and other swag. 

All answers are found on Brita's website

Please do NOT put the answers in the comments section of this blog or on Brita's site. Email them to Brita, with T-Shirt Answers in the subject line.

1.      What book did I write under another name?
2.      Who is the character, Lucien Damrill, patterned after?
3.      Describe the signature brandy snifter at the Sapphire Club.

Contest #3: GRAND PRIZE 

This contest is about Demands of the Heart. Of course, you're under no obligation to buy or read the book, but if you choose to, this contest is for you.

I've put three questions up on my website, all relating to my book, Demands of the Heart. Answer the questions and EMAIL me, with the answers, at  Be sure to put GRAND PRIZE in the subject line.

You must have all three questions answered correctly to be entered into the drawing.

The Grand Prize is the entire Sapphire Club series in print, signed by the author. I'll also include some other signed swag. 

Good luck and I hope to hear from you soon. 

Thank you so much for having me, Dawn. I do love your Reading Nook!

Monday, February 27, 2012

Submission Calls from Breathless Press

New Submission Calls from Breathless Press
Submission calls can be found on Breathless Press Blog or on ourwebsite
**Pirate themed Submission Calls**

Ahoy me hearties! 

If I may take a shot o’ rum of your time. I’m a loyal deckhand on the editin’ crew, and I walk the plank on a daily basis with our esteemed and mutual matey, Cap’n Breathless Press. I read yer bottled books that float my way, and I plunder ‘em with my editin’ pen upon acceptance of yer work.

What would be pleasin’ to me eye, you query? Well, I might fancy seein’ some pirate tales! Plunder that booty! Passion on the plank! But, I don’t desire just any jolly roger tale. What would really float my ship is a pirate lass! A hefty chest not required, but some scurvy dog a diggin’ up her buried treasure would be mighty fine.

So hoist up them buried manuscripts in bottles and fling it over the sea my way, and ask for T.S. Chevrestt, content editor/deckhand with Breathless Press. 

Naughty Nursery Rhymes Submission Calls

“Jack be nimble, Jack be quick”
“Jack whipped out his candle stick!”
Oh my, naughty Jack… whipping that beanstalk out in public! Shame! Bet I got your attention though? And let’s not forget how Jill reacted to the sight of it…
“Jack and Jill went up the hill to have a little fun
Stupid Jill forgot her pill and now they have a son.”
Oh come on, do you really think that Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet? Or did she sit on something else? And possibly like it???
And what made Bo Peep peep? Something big? Did she peep from pleasure?
 think we can all assume that Red Riding Hood wasn’t all innocent with that wolf on the way to Grandma’s house either.
Introducing Naughty Nursery Rhymes.
Take those old nursery rhymes and make them something sensual, dirty, naughty, and get those pens scribbling (or fingers flying on the keyboards.)
If you can transform a nursery rhyme into something naughty, send it our way: Stories need to be at least 10k. Be sure to put: Naughty Nursery Rhyme in the subject header.
**Anthology Submission Calls**
We currently have the following themed submission calls: (When submitting, please send and put the name of the anthology in the subject.)
Serviced Anthology: Our Serviced anthology is an ongoing submission call. Stories must be under 10k, have a heat rating of at least 3, and be original stories. There is no other theme besides having something to do with the army, military, navy, or air force as well as being romantic/erotic in nature. We will be doing two a year, one with a focus on m/m stories, the other on m/f stories. The anthology will consist of 10 stories each with a royalty of 4% of net sales. No single author shall have more than 2 stories in this anthology. We reserve the rights for digital for 1 year with the option of renewing after that. Some anthologies will go to print, if this is the case for this volume, royalties are 1.5% of net sales and we reserve the rights for 2 years with the option of renewal for another 2 years. 
M/M Deadline: Sept 8th, 2011 – Feb 29th, 2012.
M/M Published: Sept 7th, 2012
M/F Deadline: Mar 10th, 2011 – Aug 31st, 2012.
M/F Published: Mar 8th, 2013.
Home for the Holidays: Our Home for the Holidays is published for December. We will be releasing 8 stories in December all revolving around the holiday season. Stories must be more than 10k with a heat rating of 2 or more.
 Deadline: Jan 1st, 2012 – June 30th, 2012.
Published: December 2012.
Hot Shifters: Our Hot Shifters are published for October. We will be releasing 8 stories in October all revolving around the shifters. This can be wolf, lion, panther, etc. Stories must be more than 10k with a heat rating of 2 or more. 
Deadline: Nov 1st, 2011 – April 30th, 2012.
Published: October 2012.
Crimson Anthology: Our Crimson anthology is an ongoing submission call. Stories must be under 10k, have a heat rating of at least 3, and be original stories. There is no other theme besides having something to do with vampires. The anthology will consist of 10 stories each with a royalty of 4% of net sales. No single author shall have more than 2 stories in this anthology. We reserve the rights for digital for 1 year with the option of renewing after that. Some anthologies will go to print, if this is the case for this volume, royalties are 1.5% of net sales and we reserve the rights for 2 years with the option of renewal for another 2 years. 
Deadline: Feb 4th, 2012 – Jul 31th, 2012.
Published: Feb 1st, 2013.
Serviced Anthology: Our Serviced anthology is an ongoing submission call. Stories must be under 10k, have a heat rating of at least 3, and be original stories. There is no other theme besides having something to do with the army, military, navy, or air force as well as being romantic/erotic in nature. We will be doing two a year, one with a focus on m/m stories, the other on m/f stories. The anthology will consist of 10 stories each with a royalty of 4% of net sales. No single author shall have more than 2 stories in this anthology. We reserve the rights for digital for 1 year with the option of renewing after that. Some anthologies will go to print, if this is the case for this volume, royalties are 1.5% of net sales and we reserve the rights for 2 years with the option of renewal for another 2 years. 
M/M Deadline: Sept 8th, 2011 – Feb 29th, 2012.
M/M Published: Sept 7th, 2012.

New Dreamspinner Press Releases

King Perry by Edmond Manning
Fantasy/Paranormal, Bittersweet Dreams
Buy E-Book HERE
Buy Print HERE

In a trendy San Francisco art gallery, out-of-towner Vin Vanbly witnesses an act of compassion that compels him to make investment banker Perry Mangin a mysterious offer: in exchange for a weekend of complete submission, Vin will restore Perry’s “kingship” and transform him into the man he was always meant to be.

Despite intense reservations, Perry agrees, setting in motion a chain of events that will test the limits of his body, seduce his senses,  and fray his every nerve, (perhaps occasionally breaking the law) while Vin guides him toward his destiny as ”the one true king.”

Even as Perry rediscovers old grief and new joys within himself, Vin and his shadowy motivations remain enigmas: who is this offbeat stranger guiding them from danger to hilarity to danger? To emerge triumphant, Perry must overcome the greatest challenge alone: embracing his devastating past. But can he succeed by Sunday’s sunrise deadline? How can he possibly evolve from an ordinary man into King Perry?

A Bittersweet Dreams title: It's an unfortunate truth: love doesn't always conquer all. Regardless of its strength, sometimes fate intervenes, tragedy strikes, or forces conspire against it. These stories of romance do not offer a traditional happy ending, but the strong and enduring love will still touch your heart and maybe move you to tears.

Whistle Pass by KevaD
Historical-American, Novel
Buy e-Book HERE
Buy Print HERE

On the battlefields of WWII Europe, Charlie Harris fell in love, and after the war, Roger marched home without a glance back. Ten years later, Charlie receives a cryptic summons and quickly departs for his former lover’s hometown of Whistle Pass. 

But Roger Black isn’t the lover of Charlie’s dreams anymore. He’s a married, hard-bitten political schemer who wants to secure his future by destroying evidence of his indiscreet past. Open homosexuality is practically a death sentence, and that photo would ruin Roger and all his wife’s nefarious plans.

Caught up in foggy, tangled events, Charlie turns to hotel manager Gabe Kasper for help, and Gabe is intrigued by the haunted soldier who so desperately desires peace. When helping his new lover places Gabe in danger, the old warrior in Charlie will have to take drastic action to protect him... or condemn them both.

The Snow Vampire by Michael G. Cornelius
Bittersweet Dreams, Fantasy/Paranormal, Historical-Europe, Novella
Buy e-Book HERE

In 1914 Hungary, Hendrik and Ferenc hide their love amidst the deserted ruins in the hills above their tiny, sheltered town. Hendrik is engaged to Ferenc’s younger sister, and a place to escape the rigid strictures of their families is worth braving the legend of the snagov vrolok—the snow vampire—who is said will claim the blood and flesh of anyone foolish enough to wander near.

Yet sometimes dark tales are based on truth, and something wicked does lurk in the abandoned monastery. Suddenly the lovers find themselves faced with a heartbreaking choice: brave a world in which their love is impossible or face the evil that lives in the snowy heart of a cold Carpathian mountain.

Stroke by M. J. O'Shea
Contemporary, Short Story
Buy e-Book HERE 
For Owen Peters, rowing is life--college classes are just an afterthought. So when Elijah Lukas, a hotshot sophomore, tries to take Owen’s rightful place on the varsity boat, he’s threatened, enraged, and needs a place to let off steam. The only person Owen can turn to is his online friend Davis, who he was randomly matched with on a game nearly a year before.

Davis is friendly, nonthreatening, and best of all he’s on the other side of the country and far removed from the politics of the crew team. Soon, though, Owen starts to feel more for his flirtatious online pal than simple friendship. Between the battle on the water and an impossible new crush, Owen is starting to wonder how he’ll make it through the school year. 

More Than Chemistry by Kate Sherwood
Contemporary, Novella
Buy e-Book HERE

Jack Lawson grew up poor and can’t forget it. He’s a huge success in the business world, but it won’t be enough until the image of “poor little Jack” is completely wiped away. When Jack runs into his old friend, Noah Mercier, he decides that Noah’s sister, an up-and-coming movie star, would be the perfect evidence of glamorous success. If Jack can win Hayley, it will be clear to everyone, including himself, that he has truly arrived.

The problem with Jack’s grand plan is that he’s more attracted to Noah. Jack’s never worried about the gender of his conquests, but Noah just isn’t flashy enough for Jack’s scheme to set the world on fire...  unless Jack realizes he has practically no control over deciding who he wants—and even less choice in who he needs.

Fangs Over America by Wynn Wagner
Vamp Camp Trilogy, Book 2
Fantasy/Paranormal, M/M/M, Novel
Buy e-Book HERE
Buy Print HERE

Mårten Larsson is one of the richest bloodsuckers ever, but his unlife isn’t exactly a flight in the park. There are some things money can’t buy—like an instruction manual on what to do when the vampire queen quits and leaves you in charge of Europe. Suddenly Mårten has to juggle politics, his royal wardrobe, and this newfangled thing called “e-mail.” And his German still sucks.

But hey, Mårten can handle it. After all, he (sort of) survived World War I, being married to two voraciously horny vampires (at the same time), and life as a sniper taking out the most dangerous vamps in history. A little responsibility should be no problem… right?


Foreign Language~New Releases

Change of Heart by Mary Calmes
German Translation

Als junger Mann, der schwul ist und noch dazu ein Werpanther, wünscht sich Jin Rayne nichts sehnlicher als ein normales Leben. Er ist seiner Vergangenheit entflohen und möchte einfach neu anfangen. Aber Jins altes Leben will ihn nicht loslassen. Als seine Reisen ihn in eine neue Stadt führen, begegnet er dem Anführer eines örtlichen Werkatzen-Stammes. Logan Church ist ein Schock und ein Rätsel für ihn und Jin ist voller Sorge, dass Logan der Gefährte ist den er so sehr fürchtet, aber auch die Liebe seines Lebens. Jin möchte mit den Traditionen nichts mehr zu tun haben und die Verbindung mit einem Gefährten würde ihn unwiderruflich daran fesseln.

Aber Jin ist genau der Gefährte den Logan an seiner Seite braucht um seinen Stamm erfolgreich zu führen, und deshalb wird er Jin nicht einfach gehen lassen. Jin wird Zeit und Vertrauen brauchen um die Freude zu entdecken die darin liegt zu Logan zu gehören, und seine Liebe ohne Einschränkungen zu erwidern.

Change of Heart by Mary Calmes
Spanish Translation
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Todo lo que Jin Rayne, joven homosexual y hombre pantera, anhela es una vida normal. Después de huir de su pasado, Jin sólo desea empezar de nuevo, pero su vida anterior no quiere soltarlo. Cuando sus viajes lo llevan a una nueva ciudad, su camino se cruza con el líder de la tribu local de panteras. Logan Church resulta ser un shock y un enigma para Jin, quien teme que Logan sea su pareja y el amor de su vida. Jin no desea volver a vivir como en el pasado, y aparearse con el hombre lo ataría irrevocablemente a él y a su tribu. Pero Jin es la pareja que Logan necesita a su lado para ayudarlo a liderar su tribu y no se dará por vencido tan fácilmente. Llevará tiempo y confianza para que Jin descubra la dicha de pertenecer a Logan, y a amar sin reserva. 

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