The Sunday Post and Stacking the Shelves–Updated Pony Pix!

The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba of The Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This is a weekly meme where we can share news of the week and highlight new books received.

Here are some updated pictures of the Morgan twins born this spring. 

This is from June.  They were still pretty small and skinny.

This is from last weekend.  They are being taught basic ground  manners, like how to stand and how to lead.  They will be going to their first horse show in September, where they will have to stand and be led around the ring.  Because they are babies and their brains are about as big as a pea, they have a very hard time doing that.  Weanling classes are fun to watch, because you never know what the silly little things will do.

This is the older twin.  She is a bay.  See how nicely she is developing?  She is very cute.

This is the younger twin.  Look at her!  Her lighter chestnut coat shed out, revealing her liver chestnut coat.  I love her!

Look at that pretty face!! 

Here is the happy family after lessons have ended.

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Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews to share new additions to our library. Click here to learn more about it.

New Arrivals at the Café:

Most of these were delightful surprises.

 

Rough Justice: The DC Comics Sketches of Alex Ross by Alex Ross

Blood Moon (The Drake Chronicles) by Alyxandra Harvey

The Dark Unwinding by Sharon Cameron

Black Bottle by Anthony Huso

The Moonstone and Miss Jones (Phaeton Black, Paranormal Investigator)  by Jillian Stone

Adaptation by Malinda Lo

The Diviners  by Libba Bray

Fathomless by Jackson Pearce

How to Tame a Willful Wife by Christy English

 

Cleopatra Ascending (A Shadow’s Edge Novel) by Maureen Lipinski

Shifter’s Destiny (Harlequin Nocturne) by Anna Leonard (Yes, it is about a shape-shifting unicorn.  You didn’t really think I could pass this one up, did you?)

I also received the new issue of RT Book Reviews.  I love flipping through this magazine.

A great big thanks to the publishers for their continued support!

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Cheap eBooks! It’s All About Pirates!

Here are some cheap reads to feed your Kindle or Kindle app for the weekend!  These are all pirate themed books.  Who can resist a pirate?  Arrrrr!

The Buccaneer by Donna Fletcher ($2.99)

The beautiful and sheltered Lady Catherine Abelard makes the ultimate sacrifice. She agrees to marry the infamous Captain Lucifer, a pirate known for his evil ways, to save her step-father from the gallows.

Only the captain can provide the proof of his innocence.

Captain Lucifer has far different plans for Catherine. He wants revenge for the hell her step-father has put him through the last few years. He intends to take her innocence and return her home… a fallen woman.
A simple strand of pearls stands in the way of the captain’s plans and when the strand finally breaks… will it be revenge or love he seeks from the beautiful lady?

Originally published in 1995 by Jove


Blood and Treasure (A Romancing the Pirate Novel) by Jennifer Bray-Weber ($2.99) This is the first book in her Romancing the Pirate series

Although Lianna Whitney was gently bred, she must now empty slop buckets and fight off randy sailors in a seaport tavern to survive. One night, she unexpectedly comes into possession of a golden medallion. But when the man who left it with her is immediately murdered by soldiers of the Royal Navy, she’s afraid to admit she has it. Unsure who to trust, she’s caught up in crossfire between navy officers and a pirate captain, who, realizing she possesses the object he’s been paid to find, whisks her away to his ship during the fight. Privateer Captain Zane Fox is not interested in the mystical healing powers the medallion is said to hold, even though the legends claim it can bring a dying man back to life. He only plans to procure the medallion, drop the chit off at the next port where she’ll be safe, and collect the money he was promised. However, as they fend off storms at sea and attempt to outrun the Royal Navy, the two are also fighting the attraction they feel for one another. But when they are captured, Zane must choose between recovering the medallion and saving Lianna from the noose. And soon it becomes clear to him that the medallion is not the only treasure worth risking his life for.

Beneath The Water’s Edge (A Romancing the Pirate novella) by Jennifer Bray-Weber (only 1.99!)  this is book 2.5 in her Romancing the Pirate series, and it is a 113 page novella

Elyssa Calhoun Montgomery had been willing to do anything to keep her father from debt, including following her new husband to the Caribbean-–dressed as a lad. But she never dreamed she’d become widowed so quickly, or that she’d come face to face with a fearsome pirate who expects her to fight like a man. Captured and her identity exposed, she doesn’t know what’s worse, being locked alone in a pirate captain’s quarters or experiencing an unsettling attraction toward him. Captain Bran Blackthorn has grown weary of the pirating trade and seeks a King’s Pardon for his crew. Unfortunately, the man who could sign a reprieve, his half-brother Governor Flynn, would rather see him dead. When the gods—or the devil—bestows an angel to his spoils, he sees an opportunity to force a pardon with her ransom. Never mind his beautiful pawn has bewitched him, filling him with a desire to press his body against hers, capture her mouth in a searing kiss, and brand her as his own. But when Bran’s enemies seek vengeance, Elyssa becomes entangled in their deadly game and Bran faces the gallows. Can they cheat death and save each other? Or will they be dragged…

Bound By The Heart by Marsha Canham ($2.99) I read this a billion years ago, but I don’t remember a thing about it.  Originally published by Avon in 1991

A swashbuckling adventure featuring Captain Morgan Wade, a notorious privateer and blockade-runner, who rescues, then kidnaps the daughter of the British governor of Barbados after she and her brother are shipwrecked. Summer Cambridge is betrothed to Wade’s arch-enemy, Commodore Bennett Winfield, who will go to any lengths, even start a war between two countries to get her back.


SEA MISTRESS by Nancy Morse  ($2.99)  I have read books by Nancy Morse in the past, but I haven’t read this one.  If you happen to read it and enjoy it, please let me know!

In 1813, with America embroiled in a war with England, the search to recover a precious jewel and save her family’s Virginia plantation sends Raven De Lys to New Orleans, where the Creole code of honor is being threatened by an emerging American way of life and cannons of war reverberate throughout the countryside. The path to the jewel leads Raven on a dangerous game of cat and mouse across the high seas and into the arms Dominique Sauvinet, the notorious pirate who holds the jewel, and her fate, in the palm of his hand. Can their love survive a risky game of charades that proves not everyone is who they seem, and a murderous pirate’s thirst for vengeance?

Julep Maven Review and Giveaway!

I have been enjoying some of the subscription beauty boxes, and when I learned about Julep, I was excited to find out more about their products.  They offer nail polish and nail care products.  Here is a description of their service from their website:

Based on the results of your Julep Maven Style Quiz, we’ll personally select products every month to best complement your unique style profile. Each box will feature over $40 worth of never-before-released polishes, cutting edge treatments and cult favorites, including at least two seasonal and style-specific nail colors.

For $19.99 a month, you can subscribe to their service.  After taking the quiz to discover your special style, you will be shown the boxes available for the month.  If you don’t like the style Julep suggests for you, don’t worry! You can choose from any of the styles available for that month, you can choose to have your box sent to a friend, or you can skip that month altogether.

I actually received this box in July, but with the craziness of that has been my summer, I haven’t been able to post about it until now.  I chose Classic with a Twist, because I love the fun colors.  I was excited to receive my Julep Maven box, and when I did, I wasn’t disappointed.  Here is a shot of the box.  It is a nice, sturdy cardboard, with distinctive branding.

 

I opened it, and was delighted to discover how well the product was packaged.  The polish and the Pedi Crème were wrapped in pink tissue paper, with a ribbon keeping the foam toe separators in place on top. 

I wasn’t impressed with the toe separators.  They were flimsy, but I did like the colors.  Yeah, I will forgive a lot of things if there is good presentation!

Here is a shot of the polish and The Best Pedi Crème Ever!  It is.  The first time I used the foot lotion, my significant other was walking by.  He stopped and told me that it was stinky.  It is.  Only not in a bad way.  It smells strongly of cucumber, which I didn’t mind.   In fact, after it had soaked into my dry skin, I liked it.  I always have dry skin, and this lotion made it soft and smooth.  Props for The Best Pedi Crème Ever!

The colors in my Classic with a Twist Maven box  were Robin and Rose.  These are fun colors, and they compliment each other well.  The polish is creamy, and it glides on smoothly.  It also dried relatively quickly.  Here are some pictures. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I wanted to say a big Thank You to my nieces for helping me with this post.  They generously donated some of their time to be hand models and to help take some of the photos.  They ROCK!

So, what did I think of the Julep Maven box?  I liked the polish and the pedi crème.  I liked them a lot.  The boxes are priced just a little too high for me to purchase one every month, but when I need a treat or a pick me up, I will surf over to Julep to browse their fun nail colors. 

If you would like to check out a Maven box for yourself, you can purchase an introductory box for just a penny! The introductory box is similar to the one I shared above. If you would like to order one, just click HERE and enter this promo code: MAVENINTRO

Now, thanks to Julep, I have one Maven box to give to one of you!  Just fill out the widget to enter!  US addresses only, please.

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Cheap eBooks for Friday!

Here are some cheap reads to feed your Kindle or Kindle app for the weekend!  We’ve got a little bit of lovin’, and some YA PNR featuring everyone’s favorite supernatural being, the Grim Reaper!

When a Scot Loves a Lady: A Falcon Club Novel by Katharine Ashe (.99)

London gossips are asking: What use has society of an exclusive gentleman’s club if no gentlemen are ever seen to pass through its door?

After years as an agent of the secret Falcon Club, Lord Leam Blackwood knows it’s time to return home to Scotland. One temptation threatens his plans—Kitty Savege. The scandal-plagued lady warms his blood like a dram of fine whiskey. But a dangerous enemy stands in the way of desire, and to beat this foe Leam needs Kitty’s help…

Kitty never wanted to spend her holidays in a wretched country village! With snow up to the windows, escape is nowhere in sight. A roguish Scottish lord, however, is. His rough brogue sends tingles of heat from Kitty’s frigid toes to her chilled nose, but she’s confident she can withstand that. What she cannot control is the reaction of her carefully guarded heart when she discovers this beast is, in fact, no beast at all…

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Too Scandalous to Wed by Alexandra Bendict (only 1.99!)

HE MUST PROTECT HER FROM HIS PAST …

Unwilling to taint any woman with the terrible secret hidden in his heart, Sebastian, Viscount Ravenswood, has sworn never to marry. Luckily, whimsical Henrietta Ashby was never much of a temptation for the devilishly handsome rogue — until now. Suddenly, Henrietta has learned to seduce him with a bewitching charm … and clandestine midnight kisses.

Henrietta would go to any lengths to catch the eye of the man she’s long loved from afar — even seeking the help of the most notorious courtesan in England! But as Sebastian’s secret follows them from the ballroom to the boudoir, and his diabolical enemy plots revenge, will Henrietta risk her life to offer him a passionate redemption … or will he prove to be too scandalous to wed?


 

 Hold Me Closer, Necromancer by Lish McBride ($2.99)

Sam leads a pretty normal life. He may not have the most exciting job in the world, but he’s doing all right—until a fast food prank brings him to the attention of Douglas, a creepy guy with an intense violent streak.

Turns out Douglas is a necromancer who raises the dead for cash and sees potential in Sam. Then Sam discovers he’s a necromancer too, but with strangely latent powers. And his worst nightmare wants to join forces . . . or else.

With only a week to figure things out, Sam needs all the help he can get. Luckily he lives in Seattle, which has nearly as many paranormal types as it does coffee places. But even with newfound friends, will Sam be able to save his skin?


Croak (Croak (Quality)  by Gina Damico  ($1.99)

Fed up with her wild behavior, sixteen-year-old Lex’s parents ship her off to upstate New York to live with her Uncle Mort for the summer, hoping that a few months of dirty farm work will whip her back into shape.

But Uncle Mort’s true occupation is much dirtier than shoveling manure. He’s a Grim Reaper. And he’s going to teach Lex the family business.

She quickly assimilates into the peculiar world of Croak, a town populated by reapers who deliver souls from this life to the next. But Lex can’t stop her desire for justice – or is it vengeance? – whenever she encounters a murder victim, craving to stop the attackers before they can strike again.

Will she ditch Croak and go rogue with her reaper skills?


Review: Seducing Cinderella by Gina L Maxwell

 

Title: Seducing Cinderella

Author: Gina L Maxwell

Publisher:  Entangled Publishing

Imprint: Brazen

May Contain Spoilers

From Amazon:

Mixed martial arts fighter Reid Andrews’s chance to reclaim his title as light heavyweight champ is shattered when he’s injured only months before the rematch. To make sure he’s healed in time, his trainer sends him to recuperate under a professional’s care—Reid’s best friend’s little sister, all grown up. Disorganized and bookish Lucie Miller needs some professional help of her own. She’d do anything to catch the eye of a doctor she’s crushed on for years, so when Reid offers seduction lessons in exchange for 24/7 conditioning for the biggest fight of his career, Lucie jumps at the chance. Soon Reid finds himself in the fight of his life…winning Lucie’s heart before she gives it to someone else.

Review:

I admit the reason I wanted to read Seducing Cinderella is because of the hunky, tattooed guy on the cover.  I like tats.  More specifically, I like his tats.  Add the ink to one of my favorite romance tropes, and “Hello, book, yes, I’d like to get to know you better!”

Seducing Cinderella is the first book that I have read under Entangled Publishing’s new Brazen imprint.  I will compare this to a Harlequin Blaze, which is an imprint that I read infrequently, and again, it is usually the cover that tempts to me scoop one up.  This is hard, admitting that I am such a shallow reader! Still, with the torrential glut of new releases every week, something needs to catch my eye, and I don’t have time to read all of the plot descriptions, so I guess cover illustration it is!  I certainly don’t pick these up based on the title, some of which are so ridiculous I’m glad that I do have several eReaders!

Back to this book – if this is an indication of the Brazen imprint, I would read more, with no hesitation.  This title did have a few irritating moments, but it is a fun, fast, sexy read.  I liked the characters, especially Reid.  While I was expecting a tougher depiction of his MMA manliness, he is a softie on the inside, and the alpha-idiot only reared its ugly head near the end, for which I am grateful.  I like tender guys, who can make you feel like a million bucks with just a smile and few kind words.  I don’t want to spend the rest of my life in a battle of wills with my guy, which so many category romance heroines seem to be in for.  That just doesn’t seem like fun, and I don’t care how rich the guy is.   If he can’t set aside his own ego for more than a few pages, I can’t imagine what it would be like to be stuck with him for the rest of my life!

Physical therapist Lucie Miller is having a really bad day.  She has been in love with a surgeon she works with closely, and when she thinks he’s about to finally catch a clue and ask her out, he asks for her best friend’s number instead.  Instead of letting him know how she feels, she coughs up the number, waits for him to leave, and bursts into tears in her messy office.  When her new patient arrives early for his therapy session, she’s shocked to discover that it’s her brother’s best friend, Reid, incognito.  Oh, noes!  He can’t help but see her puffy, tear-stained face, and after discovering her troubles, he has a proposition for her – if she dedicates the next few weeks to his rehabilitation so he’s ready to win his title back, he’ll help her win over the clueless doc.  Reluctantly, Lucie agrees, and before she knows what’s happened, sexy Reid and his rippling muscles have moved into her apartment.

I thought the pacing was spot on.  This is a whirlwind romance, and it reads like one, with all of the breathless anticipation and jittery nerves to crank up the impossible to ignore attraction that rages between Reid and Lucie.  I enjoyed their banter, but I did not enjoy the make-over Reid insisted that Lucie receive.  Her clothes are all wrong, her make-up barely there, and she can’t even make a positive impression when she enters a room.  Reid’s words, not mine. I so do despise these miraculous make-overs, because of course Lucie would not have the faintest clue how to attract a guy without Reid’s coaching.  This just made Lucie seem dumb and naïve, but we know that she’s not.  She is a successful therapist, she is intelligent, and she was married previously.  She didn’t just crawl out of a hole with no clue about what boys and girls do together, or how to get one to give you a second glance.  This particular plot device drives me nuts.

Reid’s behavior near the end irritated me, too, because of his lack of faith in Lucie.  She deserved more credit than he gave her, and I was just so disappointed with him.  If stupidity was contagious, he had just caught it.  Probably from his dad, which was a plot thread that seems unconvincing and tacked on at the end.  It’s just not possible to fix decades of indifference in two short chatting sessions, but I guess Reid needed his happy ever after with his disapproving and demanding father, too.  These quibbles aside, I found Seducing Cinderella a fun popcorn read.  Take it to the beach the next time you go!

Grade:  B/B-

Review copy provided by publisher

Interview with Jessica Warman, Author of Beautiful Lies

Jessica Warman is the author of Beautiful Lies, which just hit store shelves.  Jessica recently dropped by the virtual offices to chat about her new book and writing influences. Check out what she has to say.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Describe yourself in 140 characters or less.

[Jessica Warman] Introvert w/ a wonderful life doing what I love. Born w/an itch for trouble. Mouth like a trucker. I grow on people. Crazy like a fox.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about Beautiful Lies?

[Jessica Warman] Sure! The book is about a set of identical twins, Rachel and Alice, who have always had an incredibly powerful bond. When one of them goes missing, it is up to the remaining twin to figure out what happened, primarily by tapping into this bond. I’ve been told by more than a few readers that it’s a pretty scary book, which pleases me to no end.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] How did you come up with the concept and the characters for the story?

[Jessica Warman] My family has a strong history of what I’d suppose you’d call clairvoyance. A number of people on my mom’s side of the family have either worked as psychics or else claimed to be psychic. That being said, I’m extremely skeptical about these kinds of things, but it fascinates me nonetheless. My idea for the concept came from sorting through many of the family stories I’ve been hearing all my life, and then putting my own spin on it. Some of the characters mirror members of my own family pretty closely. As for the twins, my husband’s sisters are red-headed twins. They’re gorgeous and smart, and they also have an incredible bond – they were my inspiration for Alice and Rachel.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What three words best describe Rachel?

[Jessica Warman] She’s secretive, guarded, and kind.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What are three things Alice would never have in her purse?

[Jessica Warman] The first one is definitely black licorice! Also, a picture of herself and her boyfriend together, and a to-do list.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Are you more like Alice or Rachel?

[Jessica Warman] I’m definitely more like Alice. I’ve always been pretty wild, especially when I was a teenager. But I’ve also mellowed quite a bit with age, to the point where I understand there’s a time and place for certain kinds of behavior. No matter what, though, I think the maniac in me will always be in there somewhere, waiting for an appropriate time to shine.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What are your greatest creative influences?

[Jessica Warman] David Foster Wallace is my favorite writer of all time, hands down. His work – especially his nonfiction – is just the greatest stuff I’ve ever read. People talk about art “changing their life” all the time, but in this case it’s true: his writing has changed my life. It’s made me a better person. It has enriched my life in ways I never could have anticipated, and made me feel whole in ways nothing and nobody else has ever been able to do. He was a genius, and we should all support his legacy by reading his work.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What three things do you need in order to write?

[Jessica Warman] 1) Complete silence. I mean no noise whatsoever, not even the sound of a kitten purring, or rain falling.

2) I have to be well-rested. I’m nonfunctional if I don’t get enough sleep.

3) I have one of those e-cigarettes, even though I haven’t smoked for years. The cartridges I use are just filled with water, so I’m only inhaling water vapor, but it gives me something to fidget with whenever I need to take a little break from typing.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What is the last book that you read that knocked your socks off?

[Jessica Warman] “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe,” by Benjamin Alire Saenz. This book… I was awestruck at the end. What he does with words is nothing short of sorcery. It’s just a beautiful, beautiful piece of art. If I ever see Mr. Saenz again, I’m going to hug him. Then I’m going to thank him for sharing this story with the world.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] If you had to pick one book that turned you on to reading, which would it be?

[Jessica Warman] Probably “The Twits” by Roald Dahl, followed by everything else he’s ever published. The man was a magician. I recently gave my 7-year old daughter the boxed set of his complete works, and I’m having so much fun living vicariously through her as she experiences them for the first time. Even today, as an adult, reading any of his books makes me feel like I’m getting a big hug from the universe.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] What do you like to do when you aren’t writing?

[Jessica Warman] Well, I read a lot. I read everything I can get my hands on. And as boring as this sounds, I actually really enjoy cleaning my house. I love cleaning up big messes, because it provides such an immediate sense of accomplishment. If I hadn’t become a writer, I think I would have started a crime scene cleanup company.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] How can readers connect with you?

[Jessica Warman] The best way is through email. They can email me at jwarmanwrites@gmail.com, or jkwarman@hotmail.com, or they can send a message via my website, www.jessicawarman.com. They can also follow me on twitter (@jkwarman) or contact me through my Facebook page, which is just www.facebook.com/authorjessicawarman. Sometimes it takes me a long time to respond, but I truly do try to write back to as many people as possible.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Thank you!

You can order Beautiful Lies from your favorite bookseller or by clicking the widgets below. Available in print and digital.

Cover Shot! A Private Duel with Agent Gunn by Jillian Stone

Cover Shot! is a regular feature here at the Café. I love discovering new covers, and when I find them, I like to share. More than anything else, I am consumed with the mystery that each new discovery represents. There is an allure to a beautiful cover. Will the story contained under the pages live up to promise of the gorgeous cover art?

I love Jillian Stone’s writing, and I love the covers for her books!  It seems that she wins the cover lottery with every release!  Here’s the cover for the next book in her Gentlemen of Scotland Yard series.  What do you think of it?

In stores November 2012.  You can pre-order a copy by clicking the following links:

A Private Duel with Agent Gunn (The Gentlemen of Scotland Yard) PRINT

A Private Duel with Agent Gunn (The Gentlemen of Scotland Yard) DIGITAL

   

From the author of An Affair with Mr. Kennedy and A Dangerous Liaison with Detective Lewis comes a sexy new romantic caper in the Gentlemen of Scotland Yard series.

Prima ballerina Catriona de Dovia lives the glamorous life of a starlet, filled with glittering jewels, sumptuous dinners, and admiring suitors. She’s grown up considerably since losing her heart to Hugh Curzon once upon a time, no longer wasting her emotions on the empty promises of wealthy gentlemen. On her own since the untimely death of her parents, she will do anything for the only family she has left: her brother, a notorious anarchist.

Scotland Yard Agent Phineas Gunn—sometimes known as Hugh Curzon—receives his new assignment reluctantly. He’s up for something a little more strenuous than playing nanny to a ballerina, until he sees who his charge is. Then, it’s a completely different story, because he’d been unable to forget the trusting, beautiful Cate since he had to leave her behind.

As the two race across the Continent—by land, by sea, even through the air by zephyr—it becomes uncertain who is keeping tabs on whom, and Finn and Cate must battle the sexual tension that snaps and sizzles between them every step of the way.

[PR] BEAUTIFUL CREATURES limited low-price eBook!

{ED. I received this email and wanted to share.  You can grab Beautiful Creatures at a discount, to test drive the series if you haven’t started it yet.}

 

THE END IS COMING… CATCH UP ON HOW IT ALL BEGAN.

For a limited time, Beautiful Creatures (Beautiful Creatures, Book 1)  is available as an e-book for just $3.99!

Visit your favorite e-retailer this week and enjoy the first book in the BEAUTIFUL CREATURES series at a special low price.

AND ON OCTOBER 23, 2012:

BEAUTIFUL REDEMPTION, the breathtaking series finale, arrives in print and eBook!

"The Beautiful Creatures novels contain a potent mix of the gothic, the mythic, and the magical. Readers can look forward to more of what they love in the final installment, Beautiful Redemption, as they follow Ethan’s compelling journey to its bittersweet close. With original characters, complex world building, and crackling prose, this is masterful storytelling." – Deborah Harkness, #1 New York Times bestselling author of A Discovery of Witches

Praise for The BEAUTIFUL CREATURES Novels

“Exactly the right blend of dark suspense and romance” —Newark Star Ledger

“Fans will devour this latest book and plead for more.” —VOYA, starred review

“Give this to fans of Twilight or HBO’s “True Blood” series.” —School Library Journal

BEAUTIFUL CREATURES was named an Amazon #1 Teen Best Book of The Year and #5 Editor’s Pick Best Book of the Year for 2009.  The series was an instant New York Times, Indiebound, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestseller.

Coming February 13, 2013: BEAUTIFUL CREATURES will be released as a major motion picture from Alcon Entertainment and Warner Bros. Pictures! Directed by Academy Award® nominee Richard LaGravenese, the film stars Academy Award® winnersJeremy Irons and Emma Thompson, Academy Award® nominee Viola Davis, Emmy Rossum, and Thomas Mann, as well as newcomers Alden Ehrenreich and Alice Englert.

About the authors

Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl both live in Los Angeles, California with their families.  Beautiful Redemption is the fourth and final book in the Beautiful Creatures series, following Beautiful Creatures, Beautiful Darkness, and Beautiful Chaos. You can visit them online at www.beautifulcreaturesthebook.com

Click here to purchase your copy!