Summer Romance – Urban Fantasy Thrills! – Books Galore!!!

Lots & lots of books! Yay! It’s almost overwhelming – except, you can never have too many books 😉  Scroll down to the end for a sneak peek at Desert Devil.

Two Perfect Summer Romance Sales!

Need to fill your Kindle with romances to make the bookworm in you swoon this summer? Want to laze poolside or on the sand with books that’ll heat you up, sizzle your skin, and melt your heart? We’ve got 45+ FREE and bargain $0.99 romances to get you through the rest of summer. From sexy or sweet contemporaries to romantic comedy, historical, paranormal, romantic suspense, erotica, women’s fiction, and Urban fantasy/Sci-fi/fantasy – we’ve got you covered.

Go here before the sale ends:

So many books to choose from! Scorching Summer Romance 99c Sale, June 21-25.

And there’s more!

Plus a Summer Solstice Sale (although I’m in winter!)

Summer Solstice Sale! Fifteen Authors are giving you the ultimate collection of 99 Cent reads featuring WITCHES, WIZARDS AND WARLOCKS! Stop by and pick up a new favorite read!

Giant Urban Fantasy Sale


The Giant Urban Fantasy Sale is on June 20-23. Jump into adventure with the added spice of magic!

Coming Soon!

Creatures is a multi-author box set that sounds enticing. Curling up for adventures both romantic and mysterious is perfect anytime of year! And it’s only 99c on pre-order.

You are about to enter the realm of Creatures, a boxed set packed with more than twenty enthralling tales of urban fantasy and paranormal romance! From witches to vampires, shifters to fae, and every dark creature known to lurk the pages of fantasy fiction, you’re sure to find yourself up past your bedtime and reading well into the witching hour!

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Desert Devil – Update

Desert Devil is on track for an early August release. No link yet, sorry. But here’s a sneak peek – and believe me, Rest has reason for his harshness!

“I’ll make you a deal,” she said impulsively. “I’ll leave right now, if you put the pendant on and promise not to take it off for a week.”

His dark gaze finally moved from her face to the pendant lying on the table in front of him. He turned it over thoughtfully.

“It’s a plain crystal,” she said. “It’s not a beacon or anything. It’ll keep you safe.”

“If I wear it.” He straightened the silver chain that held it.

“If you wear it, I’ll leave. No questions asked. I’ll forget you’re here.”

The corners of his mouth indented at that promise, either from irony at knowing how impossible her promise was to fulfil or because somewhere hidden he also felt the wrongness of there being no ties between them.

He looked up abruptly. “Okay.” He looped the chain over his neck, tucking the black tourmaline crystal beneath his shirt. He stood, placing money on the table. “Don’t come back.”