This morning I have a spotlight and giveaway for Dragon Fall by Katie MacAlister.
About DRAGON FALL
For Aoife Dakar, seeing is believing-and she’s seen some extraordinary things. It’s too bad no one else believes that she witnessed a supernatural murder at an outdoor fair. Returning to the scene for proof, Aoife encounters a wise-cracking demon dog-and a gloriously naked man who can shift into a dragon and kiss like a god. Now thrust into a fantastical world that’s both exhilarating and terrifying, Aoife is about to learn just how hot a dragon’s fire burns. Read more
This morning I have an excerpt and giveaway for Night of the Highland Dragon by Isabel Cooper!
Title: Night of the Highland Dragon
Author: Isabel Cooper
Series: Highland Dragons, #3
Pubdate: June 2nd, 2015
“They say,” said the girl, “that people disappear up there. And I heard that the lady doesna’ ever grow any older.”
“The lady?” William asked.
“Lady MacAlasdair. She lives in the castle, and she’s been there years, but she stays young and beautiful forever.” Read more
May Contain Spoilers
I decided to borrow The Great Zoo of China from the library because it has dragons in a modern setting. The Chinese discovered a cave filled with dragon eggs 40 years before, and they have been secretly studying their new treasures, in addition to building a zoo to showcase them. In their intense competition with the US, the Chinese are seeking to create a vacation and pop culture behemoth to rival Disney World. If there are occasion setbacks, like when the dragons attack and eat their caregivers, well, that’s just an acceptable price to pay to finally bump the United States out of their position as the number one world leader. Read more
Lolita Lopez dropped by the virtual offices to share the top items in her deadline survival kit. She also brought along a giveaway for you to enter to help her celebrate the release of Wicked Dark Dragon!
What are the Top 5 items in your deadline survival kit?
1. Caffeine (Dr. Pepper especially!)
2. Wireless Headphones
4. Whiteboard and dry erase markers
5. The Viking! My husband takes care of everything when I’m on a tight deadline. He makes sure our special needs kiddo gets all of her homeschooling assignments done. He takes her to all of her therapy and autism clinic appointments. He also handles all the cooking, shopping, household chores, our Great Danes, etc. Because he is AMAZING. <3
About Lolita Lopez
While browsing bookstore shelves as a teenager, Lo discovered the erotic writings of Anaïs Nin and A.N. Roquelaure. Certain her mother would not approve, Lo smuggled the books home and squirreled them away in the most likely of places: under her bed. Late at night, she delved into the sensual worlds both writers created. Read more
I loved Going Down in Flames, so I was eager to revisit Bryn and her friends in Bridges Burned. I was a bit disappointed with it. There was too much boy angst, and the non-ending diminished my enjoyment. The action picked up in the second half, but it was all setup for the next book in the series. The book doesn’t end so much as it tapers off to nothing. I found this very frustrating. Read more
I have a couple cover reveals this morning. First up: I read about The Elementalists last week, and the plot sounds intriguing. Besides, anything with dragons gets a second look from me. What do you think of the cover? Read more
May Contain Spoilers
I requested Peanut Goes to School because it sounded cute. Super strong paranormal kid heads off for his first day of school. I haven’t read any of the Elder Races books (I keep calling them Elder Scrolls because that is one of my favorite video game franchises – sorry!), but that did not deter my enjoyment of this fun novella. Even though he take down a pack of lions, Liam struggles in a social setting with classmates and unfamiliar adults, and I could not put this down. Read more
May Contain Spoilers
Going Down in Flames is a very fun book. It features a tried and true premise; the big family secret. Bryn’s parents have been keeping a big secret from her, and when she learns that she’s a dragon, she is less than pleased with them. Her parents have fled from the dragon community because they were forbidden to be together, and Bryn, the offspring of a blue and red dragon, should never have been born. The governing body of the dragons, the Directorate, has carefully kept the dragon clans segregated, and they are not happy with Bryn’s parents, or about Bryn. Not at all! Yet they force her, on her 16th birthday, to move into the boarding school where young dragons are taught to control their powers. Poor Bryn! The only crossbred, she’s met with suspicion and hatred. I wouldn’t have been too happy with my parents, either! Read more