Release Day Blitz. The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Sting. Deborah Wilde. 

50% boobs. 50% sarcasm. 100% new breed of hunter.

Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Sting




Genre: urban fantasy/romance

Publisher: Te Da Media

Date of Publication: June 26,

ISBN: 978-1-988681-01-6


Number of pages: 420

Word Count: 88,000

Cover Artist: Damonza

Book Description:

boobs. 50% sarcasm. 100% new breed of hunter.

After a bumpy start as the only
female demon hunter in the top secret Brotherhood of David, Nava Katz heads to
Prague for her first undercover mission: unmasking a demon movie star. She’d be
all kinds of thrilled if it weren’t for the fact that her fellow hunter-with-benefits,
Rohan Mitra, has reclaimed his rock star status and assigned Nava the role of

Rejecting her “be a good
girl and follow orders” directive, Nava unleashes an alter ego guaranteed
to hook their celebrity target and drive Rohan crazy. No downside-until she
finds herself up against Rohan’s past, the Brotherhood’s antiquated thinking,
and her own identity issues, turning her personal life into a bomb that could
blow up the entire operation.

Sparkly and deadly; it’s a plan.



Rohan’s arm shot
out to the wall, blocking me. The two of us faced in different directions. How

“Move,” I said

He didn’t budge.

I stared
resolutely ahead.

Finally he
dropped his arm.

I pulled my
keycard from my coat, walking directly to my room. No passing go. No collecting

“Don’t leave.”
He spoke quietly but in the silence of the corridor, I had no trouble hearing

My hands balled
up. Hadn’t it been enough for one night? That thread between us that had felt
so comforting earlier threatened to strangle me now. Anger fueled my turn. I
would have welcomed a corresponding anger in him, but the naked longing on his
face and the defeat in the slope of his shoulders undid me. That and his
sincere, “I love watching you dance.”

The hallway was
empty but it suddenly felt hard to breathe.

He held out a

I leaned back.
The magnetic push/pull between us demanded a certain distance, a certain
resistance, as much as attraction. Wrung out on every level, I couldn’t afford
to let Mr. Force-of-Nature Mitra take advantage of my weakened boundaries to
redefine our hook-ups into whatever vision he had of them.

The air
conditioning kicked in and I wrapped my arms around myself.

“When you see my
shower, you’ll thank me.” He scrunched up his face, a lock of hair falling
boyishly over his eyes. “Nothing happens. Just sleep.”

I wasn’t sure if
that sweetened the offer or not, but I nodded.

About the Author:


A global wanderer, hopeless
romantic, and total cynic with a broken edit button, Deborah writes urban
fantasy to satisfy her love of smexy romances and tales of chicks who kick ass.
She is all about the happily-ever-after, with a huge dose of hilarity along the
way. “It takes a bad girl to fight evil. Go Wilde.”





WIN a copy of THE D.B. LIST.  

Seventeen-year-old Ellie Gebhardt has spent the last three years of high school in psychotherapy, trying to fix a very broken her. And her shrink (or therapist as she likes to be called) seems to think that in order to totally heal, she needs to recognize all the good and bad things that have led her to this point. As if a trip down memory lane will suddenly make her better. She’s given a “homework” assignment to create two lists. One with nothing but happy memories and thoughts on it (otherwise known as the ‘happy rainbow farting unicorns list’). And the other with everything negative that Ellie thinks contributed to “the” day she could no longer cope. So begins Ellie’s Douche Bag list (or D.B. List for short). And once she gets started, it’s hard to stop remembering all the jerks, the petty crap, the times she’d been bullied or the main focus of the rumor mill. So when nice guy, Ky Laramie, walks into her life, Ellie instantly puts her shields up. But as she gets to know him and his family, she wonders if she can dare to put herself out there again. Because as everyone knows, once a candle is lit, the wind can always blow it out. And Ellie couldn’t handle it if Ky ends up atop of the D.B. List.

Read my review of The D.B list, and enter the giveaway at Huntley and Books



DUPLICITY, Book 3 in the St. Fleur series by AJ Renee 

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Get ready for Jesse and Jaime Lynn’s story!!
DUPLICITY, Book 3 in the St. Fleur series by AJ Renee is available for PRE-ORDER for ONLY 99CENTS! Don’t miss out!!


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St. Fleur #3

Contemporary Romance | Interracial Romance

Everyone leaves…

Jaime Lynn has lived by that mantra all of her life. After opening a pub in St. Fleur, she begins to root herself into the town and its community, questioning the only attitude she has ever known. When Jesse interviews for the open bartending position, she knows hiring him is a bad decision she’ll make anyway. Giving in to their powerful attraction, she accepts his invitation to explore what’s between them—and is reminded that not everyone gets their happily ever after.

Haunted by the memories around his hometown of New Orleans, Jesse leaves everyone he knows and loves, hoping to find a sliver of peace. Jaime Lynn turns out to be the light to his dark, bringing Jesse away from his nightmares and back to his hopes and dreams.

When the truth comes out, Jesse and Jaime Lynn agree to give their relationship another try. The stars finally align, guiding them onto a new path where they can leave their past behind them.

What will they do when Jesse learns about the gift he never received but always wanted?





Widower’s Aura, #1


Always Mine, #2


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Author to Widower’s Aura, Always Mine, and Finding love at the falls…. I’m a military wife and mother to three girls seven and under. Prior to these roles I lived in Florida where I attended the University of Central Florida. I received my Masters of Science in Criminal Justice and Bachelors of Science in Psychology. A decade later and I haven’t used either.

Writing a book was never a goal of mine, funny how life works out sometimes. I thought I would work for one of the many agencies that specialize in justice. Instead I decided to focus on a family once we married.

When I’m not shuttling my daughters around, you can find me at my laptop. I hope you enjoy my books as much as I enjoyed writing them.


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Enchanted Book Promotions Blog Tour: Your Crossroads. Your Choice. E.J. Apicello. 

Welcome to my diary, my journey, as I tripped and crawled through the darkest time in my life- when I witnessed  people that I held incredibly close to me shatter my very existence with their words and actions. The things within this book spine are extremely raw and exceptionally real. You and I are going to get very close, the details in this book, although oddly general, are incredibly specific. Yes, I realize what I just said and as you read my words you will see what I mean. As you silently gasp and mentally bitch slap me, please be kind because my story is just that – my story. It is not any more or less special than yours. In fact the only difference between our stories are the choices we made at each of the crossroads in our lives. For most of my life the choices I made were not based on my happiness but on everyone else’s. This book describes what I have experienced in my journey to finding my happiness and hopefully never letting it go. Sadly, it took me thirty six years to find the strength I need to detoxify my life and self view and find someone who is worthy of my awesomeness. Thirty six years to shatter the negative foundation I had built shatter the ultimate representative I created to hide behind and begin the process of building a new foundation. Only this foundation will be built on strength, confidence and above all, happiness. So take a minute or thirty and sit with my story for a while. You never know what you might find out.


There is no one reality – we each perceive our own

Genre Self Help



Choices sit at our own personal crossroads, forcing us to embrace either the right or the wrong, the easy or the hard, the light or the dark


Welcome to my real, crazy, emotional, probably too honest journey. I am an everyday girl in this everyday world trying to keep my head above water and within the pages of this book you will learn about the things that have broken me down  and the steps I am taking to build back up. You will see, my new friends, that this story is written in a unique, general, conversational voice, which was my choice. I want you to be able to picture yourself in my shoes, relate my trials and tribulations to yours and see that you too can find your happiness. Even if you don’t realize this yet, every single one of us possesses things inside of ourselves that we didn’t know were there. It took my life taking a crazy right turn and dumping me at the lowest possible point before I could see the strength within myself. We are not defined by what we do, we are defined by the choices we make. I decided when I put pen to paper that I want my choices to start defining me as strong, confident, secure and above all else, happy. So, who am I? How about I tell you who I was – a self loathing shell of myself who put everyone else’s happiness before my own. Herein lies my story to find that happiness and all of the ups and downs along the way. See who I was and who I am trying to become and maybe, somewhere in there, you will find out a little about yourself too.


Put yourself into your past and go through the decisions you have made, the experiences you have had at each of your own crossroads. Did you put your happiness or the happiness of others first when you made your decisions? If your happiness was secondary, why? What reason did you sell yourself that sounded like it made sense at the time?



Book Tour and Review. Taking the Mystery out of the Menu. Naomi Powell. 

A pocket guide to cuisine and understanding the menu by an author who’s passionate about food and fine dining. 

Eating out is not only a ‘special event’ activity enjoyed by families and friends in our modern high speed world, but very often a necessity for the great work force whose long working day and often unsociable working hours allow little time for home food preparation. However, when eating out for whatever reason, it can be very confusing when presented with a menu of unfamiliar terms and dishes. This pocket guide will help diners to master the mysteries of the menu with ease!

Publisher Clink Street Publishing

Amazon UK 
About the author: 

After retiring from her career as a music teacher, Naomi Powell returned to Somerset with her husband, Maurice. She is an active member of the Ricard III Society, the Nelson Society and the Royal OverSeas League, as well as an enthusiastic gardener. From her home garden, she began Somerset Garden at the Limes, a business growing, harvesting and making her own preserves, which she operated for five years with retail outlets across North and South Somerset. This is her first book.

Here’s what Naomi Powell had to say about her early experiences of eating out, navigating the menu, and her own attempts at recipes. 

Having reached the exotic age of my sophisticated late teens, I became aware that my ardent cousin sought to commander as much of my free time as possible whilst I was at home during holidays from my student sanctuaries firstly from Dartington Hall and subsequently Leeds University.   As an impoverished student, this was really my introduction to the ‘eating-out experience’, and I do recall with considerable gratitude, how privileged I felt at being taken to some very smart restaurants where door stewards took my coat, indicated where the necessary plumbing arrangements were situated, escorted me to the well-dressed table and then presented me with an extensive menu, large and expensively bound.

I obviously felt reasonably at ease with these unaccustomed luxuries in spite of my naivety, as I soon learned to navigate the menu, and enjoyed the sophistication of eating unfamiliar meals under subdued lighting and hushed ambiance.   In those days of my wild youth, I understood what the menu indicated quite clearly, though I was not altogether familiar with various specific dishes. E.g. Empanadas and Charlotte Royale.  However, on one spectacular occasion, I do remember ordering ‘Duck with oranges’ – pretty straight forward I thought, home and dry!  When the meal arrived, beautifully presented, I exclaimed with pleasure at the neat little ‘oranges’ adorning the duck – only to be corrected, ever so politely “They are tomatoes, madam; the orange element is in the sauce!”  This was possibly my first confusion about menu indications, since tomatoes were not mentioned, let alone as a main ingredient.  Little did I know that many moons later, I would recall this anecdote and realise the minor confusion at that time would turn into constant frustration and much greater confusion as we progressed into a food obsessed society.

My first attempt at ‘nouveau cuisine,’ or experimental desserts, remains a long lasting embarrassment.  I fussed about preparing banana fritters from a new recipe I had acquired – the source of which will remain anonymous – to present to my mother-in-law to be.  Sauce made and dessert assembled in pretty dish, but adhering strictly to the menu, I failed to follow my own gut instinct (naivety again).  I realised too late that one can be too preoccupied with detail and miss the glaringly obvious.

The pond of sauce looked inviting, golden and textured, but the bananas – albeit in halves, did look rather rude lying pale and exposed, even with the adornment of chocolate and mint leaves strategically placed.  The sauce was excellent, but it did little to hide the main content of the dessert.  Needless to say, my use of bananas ever since has been minimal and they have always been well disguised.  

The memorable tip here is always to camouflage these and any similarly questionable fruit in some way in order to avoid embarrassment and surprise, even though the recipe may advocate the use of these fruits ‘au naturel.’

A handy, and easy to navigate, reference guide to the terms (foods, sauces, dishes, their origins, when served etc.) used in restaurants all over the world. Some of the terms you are probably familiar with (as they are so embedded into our culture, baguettes, macaroons etc. ) but others will clear up a bit of confusion, and make choosing your meal a bit easier. Maybe illustrations could have added some colour, and visual recognition. Taking the Mystery out of the Menu would be a good book for both those who go out frequently, or those only occasionally.

Book Blitz. Ninja Girl. Cookie O’ Gorman. 

YA Contemporary Romance:
Ninja Girl, .99 until the 19th!

Enter the Ninja Girl giveaway at Huntley and Books and be in with a chance to win a $20 Amazon Giftcard. 

“Seventeen-year-old Snow-Soon Lee kicks ass–literally. She teaches at her family-owned martial arts gym, The Academy, and cares more about training to be the next Bruce Lee than hooking up. In fact, Snow’s never even been kissed. But when Girls Night rolls around, Snow decides to prove to her friends (and herself) that she’s not just some boring tomboy. Impulsively, she kisses a hot stranger and even manages to escape his two security guards.

One stolen kiss…”

Book Tour. Inclement Gods. Gabriele Russo. 

When you live in a world pullulating with gods, can you truly be an atheist? Well, yes…if you know a way to get rid of them.

Inclement Gods

Gods Inc Series

Book Two

Gabriele Russo

Fiery Seas Publishing

June 13, 2017

Book Description:

When you live in a world pullulating with gods, can you truly be an atheist? Well, yes…if you know a way to get rid of them.

Mysantheos, a fanatic atheist at the head of a powerful lobby/terrorist organization, has created a weapon able to kill gods. All he needs is a disruptive figurehead to attract the masses. Goblin, who has just tried to supplant Queen Louhi as CEO of Gods Incorporated, has been deemed the right kind of unworthy. Mysantheos breaks him out of the Queen’s prison and the godslaughter begins.

As the divine bodies pile up, panicked gods blame the CEO Queen for Goblin’s escape. Resentment builds in the company and violent factions start pushing for the extermination of the human race. Will Queen Louhi’s Nerd Squad, a group of angry gods, and Richard (a down-on-his-luck private eye),  manage to find Mysantheos in time to prevent what promises to be the bloodiest conflict between men and god ever?

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“So we’ll kill’em all!” repeated Mars. “They’ll believe in us


“Who?” Athena’s voice dripped with sarcasm. “The dead


Amun stood up before Mars could reply. “Talking of death,

what about Anubis’s proposition the other day? That thing

about us going back to earth to live with the humans.”

“Might not these scientists interpret this move as one of

weakness?” asked Inti.

“Not if we kill them all!” shrilled Mars with mounting

anguish, cheeks now red under his strawberry blond peach fuzz

of a beard.

“Ah yes, good idea,” said Athena. “Live with humans and

piss them off so they revolt.”

Thor twirled his hammer. “How can they revolt? We’re


“Perhaps,” said Ahura-Mazda. “But we are few and they

are many. Personally, I preferred Mwari’s idea about creating a

new dimension, even if it does mean leaving what’s left of my

believers without guidance.”

“Both ideas have merit,” said Athena, “and their faults: I

think the disbelief runs too deep here for our presence to do

any good. What if we tried a combination of the two?”

“You mean create a new world AND live with the humans?”

Vishnu’s voice became pensive.

“No!” Mars’s whole face turned vermillion. “Killing them is

the solution! A nice little blood bath…Ah! Come on!”

About the Author:

Gabriele Russo, AKA Lucie-Gabrielle Jolicoeur-Rousseau, was born in Quebec City amidst a family of book lovers – her father had dreamed of being a writer and both of her brothers are published authors.

Since she earned her Bachelor’s in History, it was no surprise (except to her) that she ended up working in restaurants, eventually owning two, which almost drove her mad. She sold them and was nursed back to pseudo-sanity by Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett.

That’s when she answered the family calling and decided to write. Armed with her ideas for the Gods Inc. series she went back to the University and got her Master’s in Creative Writing.

She now lives with her husband in Culpeper, Virginia, where she divides her time between painting, ripping apart and reconstructing her recently bought historical home, playing tennis and, of course, writing more books.