Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Your Guardian Angel

Young Adult
Date Published:12/4/12

For Ruby Moore life is far more complicated than that of your average teen,
for she is in no way average. Ruby is a vampire and her life as a vampire is far
from traditional...

It has been one year since her normal life was brutally taken from her. Still adjusting
to the shock of the change from mortal to immortal, her world is rocked again and
she is taken under the wings of a guardian angel back to Sage Sanctum, a school
beyond reach from the vampires that are determined to destroy her.

There, she is freed from her vampire chains and her normal needs and urges return.
However, a new urge arises... Lust. A forbidden lust toward her savior, her guardian

Attempting to control these desires is difficult, very difficult and when things
couldn't possibly get any worse, her situation becomes life or death as someone,
somewhere in the school is aiding those who want her dead.

Now for a a guest post by this amazing author. Read her take on vampires in her book.

Vampires in Your Guardian Angel.

Yes, there are vampires in Your Guardian Angel, but before you groan and close the web page, hear me out. The vampires in Your Guardian Angel are different and by different I mean they keep a lot of the ‘old’ traditions—there are no new age twists to my vampires (that I’m aware of). They can’t come out during the day, they can’t survive off animal blood, and they can be burned with silver. The vampires in my series are the bad guys.

I think the biggest risk when writing about vampires is making them too soft, it can go either way. They’re dead, cold and alone and they’ve been that way for centuries. Ask yourself, would you really give a crap about anything if you were dead, cold and alone for hundreds of years? I wouldn’t. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good vampire/human romance, more than the next reader (if not more) just don’t overdo it—they aren’t human. I also think that writing about vampires in the ‘good’ sense immediately makes people quick to assume it’s exactly like Twilight. Do yourself a favour and be original which means following the old traditions, strangely enough. I don’t if I’m meant to ask a question at the end of a guest post, but I will anyway. Do you read vampire novels? If so, do you prefer them to be the bad guy or the good guy? And why?

Monday, February 25, 2013

Blood Thearpy Blog Tour


Blood Therapy is a dark contemporary fantasy with humor, mystery, romance and adult situations.

Kismet Knight knows exactly how to handle her clients, but when it comes to her love-life, she's on less steady ground. That was until she met master vampire Devereux, an 800-year-old hunk, who not only managed to convince the entirely rational shrink that vampires really do exist - he also persuaded her to start dating him.

Kismet's still having nightmares after being kidnapped by Lucifer, a psychotic vampire. From a therapeutic perspective she finds his split personalities fascinating - but she's constantly terrified. And Dev's become obsessed with finding Lucifer - before he comes after Kismet again.

So much for her nice, ordinary life...

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Monday, February 18, 2013

Sprung Cover Reveal

Book Synopsis:

Since she discovered magic, seventeen-year-old Skye Jackson's life is almost perfect. Almost. Even perfect has its glitches.

What happens when the one with all the power makes the biggest mistakes? Welcome to my life.

Four months ago, I couldn’t have been happier. When my parents got divorced, I wasn’t exactly thrilled. Especially when Mom married a guy half her age. But then I found out I wasn’t the average Joana. Discovering magic existed and, best of all, I could use it, made everything easier to deal with. That is until I got a little too spell happy. But what girl wouldn't defend her best friend against a world-class creep? Now I’m stuck in a nightmare, forced to make life and death decisions I never dreamed I’d face.

Love the magic, hate the responsibility


About the author:
Kelbian is the author of Elemental and a blogger at Diverse Pages. She lives in Toronto, Ontario with her two children.

Cover Design by Parajunkee Design: parajunkee.net

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Fear Collector Review

Fear Collector

Ted Bundy. America's most notorious serial killer. For two women, he is the ultimate obsession. One is a cop whose sister may have been one of Bundy's victims. The other is a deranged groupie who corresponded with Bundy in prison--and raised her son to finish what Bundy started. To charm and seduce innocent girls. To kidnap and brutalize more women than any serial killer in history. And to lure one obsessed cop into a trap as sick and demented as Bundy himself. . .

Praise for Gregg Olsen's novels




I'm one of those people who is scared of horror movies and this book made me feel like I was in one. It was well written and scared the Beezjeebs out of me. I adore how it is a fictional story but you have this real life character to make it more realistic. I highly suggest you read this book as it does its job as a thriller and grips your attention. Be warned though, I suggest you read it in the daylight. Furthermore, as a women I couldn't get over the perverted creepy guys, talk about some character development.

Friday, February 15, 2013

A Need so Insatiable Cover Reveal

A Need So Insatiable
Release Date: Winter 2013!
Genre: Contemporary romance

Summary from Goodreads:

“I’ve never bowed or kneeled for anyone,” Rafael said. “Never thought I would.” Then he was on his knees. He slid his arms around my waist, tugging me closer and bowed his head.
“You own me, Sophie.” He looked up, his dark eyes hitting me with enough force to snatch the breath from my lungs. “You’ve owned me from the moment I walked into your life in that music room. Then I saw you slipping out the window like the wolves were after you and I knew I wanted you in my life. You’ve wrapped yourself in my heart and mind. I can’t get you out. I don’t want to.”

Graduate opera singer, Sophie Fisher’s life is on fire and it’s not her breathtaking voice lighting it, but the trail of debts her father left behind after he passed away a few months ago. If she’s not ducking around corners or slipping out of windows to escape the debt collectors and a slew of characters sent from hell, she’s dealing with her rebellious fifteen-year-old sister, Lilli, who is still coming to terms with their father’s death. And as if that’s not enough, Rafael Van Rees bursts into her life—literally—bringing with him a set of emotions she isn’t prepared to deal with and a life the public had no idea of.

Rafael Van Rees, Maestro extraordinaire, just wants to be left in peace to date whichever woman he feels like, have dinner with whomever he feels like, and just enjoy his life. Until he meets Sophie and his past returns to haunt him. And just when he thought he didn’t care about her, his history proves him wrong. He knows when it comes to her, it’s all or nothing. Besides, she makes him feel fuzzy all over.
Is Sophie’s fire hot enough to melt the ice coursing through his veins?

About the Author
Cecilia Robert lives in Vienna with her two children, has an incurable obsession with books, anything romantic, TV and medieval architecture. When not working in her full time job, catching up with her two children, writing or reading, she can be found, knitting or crocheting, taking photos of old buildings.

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