Thursday, August 20, 2015

It's Live and it's Oh-So Amazing!

DON'T MISS THIS SALE! On Sunday it's gone.
**More than 2000 adventurous and romantic pages. 
CLEAN ROMANCE AT ITS FINEST- Let's propel it to the NY Times Bestseller list. To see clean make it to the top would be Awesome.

Daring Hearts: Fearless Fourteen Boxed Set ~ Nine All New Novels Plus Five Bonus Books for the Adventurous and the Romantic 

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From gorgeous heroes that make us swoon to the super sleuths and feisty heroines that make us cheer, this exclusive collection has something for everyone. Nine clean, sassy and BRAND NEW novels--a delicious mixture of fun, addictively romantic, action-adventure stories -- each handpicked by an award-winning gathering of some of today's most popular YA/NA authors. PLUS five bonus books from Elana Johnson, Leigh Talbert Moore, Rachel Morgan, Katrina Abbott, and C.L. Stone! 

Over 98% off retail for the individual books sold separately (a thirty dollar savings!)
Hurry! Only available until September (so get your copy today).

    REBECCA ETHINGTON ~ Monsters are real... Through Glass
    RASHELLE WORKMAN ~ Alice is half demon and totally kick ass! Blood and Snow 10.1 ~ The Dark Moth Society
    CINDY M. HOGAN ~ Some secrets are better left dead and buried. Kate Unmasked
    ELLE STRAUSS ~ Time traveling is wonky enough... and this time it's worse than ever. Counter Clockwise
    CHRISTINE KERSEY ~ College is murder... Witness
    JULI ALEXANDER ~ Solving mysteries is in her blood, but it might just get her killed. Paxton Private Investigations
    AMBER ARGYLE ~ A storm is raging and not everyone will survive. Of Ice And Snow
    WENDY KNIGHT ~ Her army of lost souls stand between us. The Soul's Agent
    LILA FELIX ~ Fasta is an artist, not by choice, but by force. Sketchy Love
    C.L. STONE ~ Meet Kota, Victor, Silas, Nathan, Gabriel, Luke and North in a story about differences and loyalty, truth and mystery, friendships and heart-throbbing intimacy. The Academy, ever vigilant. Introductions
    ELANA JOHNSON ~ If a picture is worth a thousand words then Olivia's captured Trevor's whole story. Something About Love
    LEIGH TALBERT MOORE ~ She did not expect to be kidnapped walking to work. And she never expected to be a hero. Behind the Stars
    RACHEL MORGAN ~ Stolen magical object? Check. Villainous faerie bad guys? Check. Complicated feelings for super hot, pain-in-the-ass assignment partner? Check. Not winding up dead? Working on that one. The Faerie Prince
    KATRINA ABBOTT ~ Brooklyn's new celebutante boarding school is missing one thing: boys! Taking the Reins

    Enter the kindle fire giveaway here

    What's your favorite thing about Boxed Sets?  
    Mine? Trying out new authors. 
    Most of the time, I end up devouring the books. 
    Lucky me. Lucky you.
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      Wednesday, August 12, 2015

      Sneak peek of Kate Unmasked

      New Release News!

      Kate Unmasked is almost here. I can't believe it. Only 4 more days and you will be able to read the whole thing. (It's in a boxed set, Daring Hearts, until Sept.1st for only .99 cents. When it is released separately, it will be $3.99, so snag it while it's cheap-and you'll get 13 other awesome books with it for that .99 cents 
       Nook |  iBooks |  Amazon )

      In case you haven't seen it, here's what Kate Unmasked is all about:

      The mysteries of her past consume her. Seventeen-year-old Kate has never stopped searching for the secrets of her past—the secrets that began with her missing birth parents. After years of every lead drying up and every hope turning false, Kate finally lucks onto a promising lead. Determined to find the truth once and for all, Kate travels to the gritty New Jersey shore. But what she finds is worse than she ever could have imagined. She can’t hide from who she is, and now she must face the awful consequences of finding the very people she should have been hiding from. Some secrets should stay dead and buried.

      Here's an excerpt from chapter 2-I hope you love it.

      Kate tossed and turned, unable to get the attic, the panel, and her mom’s reaction to her being in there out of her mind. The longer she thought about it, the stranger it was. The fact that something was hidden in some kind of secret attic cubby was odd enough, but the way her mom had rushed her out—Kate wasn’t sure if she remembered right, but it seemed her mom had been trying to get her away from the panel. As if there were something there she didn’t want Kate to see. Kate moaned in frustration and sat up. If she didn’t get some sleep, she could kiss all the studying she’d done after dinner goodbye. Even an hour of losing herself while playing the piano didn’t help her anxiety. There was no way to avoid it—she’d just have to get back into the attic. She had to do well on her physics test tomorrow.

      She grabbed the headlamp sitting on her emergency bucket—you could never be too prepared, her mom always said—and headed out into the hall. The floor lighting made the headlamp unnecessary. She headed for the kitchen and the key, but as she passed the attic door, she couldn’t help but notice it was open a crack. She furrowed her brow and moved with quiet steps toward it. The door moaned as she opened it. She froze, but remained alone in the hallway. She had locked it, hadn’t she?

      She peeked inside. Totally dark. She walked in and whipped the door shut so that the sound was brief. In the darkness, she held her breath, straining for evidence that someone had heard, but the house was still. She flipped on her headlamp and padded to the far corner. Someone had been up there and moved the boxes around. Her mom?

      Ten boxes were clustered in front of the broken panel now. She moved the five closest ones and then pushed on the panel, careful to work as quietly as possible. It didn’t budge. She tried again. It was solid. Squinting, she used the headlamp to illuminate the area. Six bright, shiny screw heads had been drilled into the board where the nails had been, holding it fast. She flashed to the other panels. All had screws in them. Perhaps all but this section had had the screws in them already, and she hadn’t noticed. She couldn’t be sure.
      With her slippers, she swished the dust and wood shavings that must have come from drilling the screw holes. She glanced at the other boards and noticed the shavings near them also. Unease settled over her like fine dust, making her shoulders twitch. Her mom knew she’d seen the panel, and now she’d screwed it shut and tried to hide it with boxes. Why? Knowing her mom obviously didn’t want her in there almost made her turn around and leave, but a curiosity grew inside her. She needed to know what her mom was hiding. But a habitually obedient nature is hard to overcome; she needed outside support. She dialed Ellie, who answered on the first ring. Kate knew Ellie would be up watching My Not So Normal Life on the Jersey Shore. It came on every night at eleven, and Ellie watched it without fail.

      “Hold on,” Ellie said. “It’s almost a commercial.”
      “Okay.” Kate tapped her foot, irritated at Ellie’s compulsion.

      What will she find do you think?

      Did you know you can buy Kate Unmasked as a paperback? Click here. 

      What did you think of the excerpt?

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