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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Not In The Script Blog Tour


Today on my blog I have the Nit In The Script Blog Tour. On my stop there is a spotlight, review,  playlist, and giveaway. 

Millions of people witnessed Emma Taylor’s first kiss—a kiss that needed twelve takes and four camera angles to get right. After spending nearly all of her teen years performing on cue, Emma wonders if any part of her life is real anymore . . . particularly her relationships.


Jake Elliott’s face is on magazine ads around the world, but his lucrative modeling deals were a poor substitute for what he had to leave behind. Now acting is offering Jake everything he wants: close proximity to home; an opportunity to finally start school; and plenty of time with the smart and irresistible Emma Taylor . . . if she would just give him a chance.



When Jake takes Emma behind the scenes of his real life, she begins to see how genuine he is, but on-set relationships always end badly. Don’t they? Toss in Hollywood’s most notorious heartthrob and a resident diva who may or may not be as evil as she seems, and the production of Coyote Hills heats up in unexpected—and romantic—ways.



This novel in the deliciously fun If Only romance line proves that the best kinds of love stories don’t follow a script. 



Review: 

I am a paranormal romance junkie. But in Not in the Script it’s a contemporary romance however with that I said I didn’t miss my paranormal at all. The story line and characters drew me in from the start and had my attention until the very last page. So much so that I actually read this book in one sitting.

I loved the characters so much. They had some great lines that had me laughing out loud. I was able to connect with them all and just feel like I know them. Which is a major factor for me when reading. I have to connect to at least one character and I was able to with them all in one way or another.


I have added Amy to my must buy author list now cause seriously I will devour any book she writes. She is just that awesome. 4/5 Bloody Fangs 


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Playlist for NOT IN THE SCRIPT:

I finished a first draft of this novel over seven years ago and revised it many times until it was finally how I wanted it, so there has been a lot of music involved in its creation. But the songs that follow in this list are the ones I most often think of in relation to certain scenes. A few of the songs are older (and one is truly old-school), but since they’re some of my favorites and I listen to them often, they helped inspire a certain mood. There are also a few songs that are too new to have been a part of my actual writing process but have since made me think, “This song is perfect for this or that scene.” I love music almost as much as I love books, so it’s a pleasure to present this playlist. I hope you like it!

SOMEBODY TOLD ME by The Killers: Imagine this song playing when Jake and Emma walk into The Cage on page 128. Why? Because I love The Killers (isn’t that enough of a reason?) and because this is one of my favorite songs to dance to. Coincidentally, Jake and Emma also love The Killers. ;)

EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED by Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran: I saw Taylor and Ed perform this together at a concert, and I’m pretty sure I was hovering ten feet off the ground. The words of this song describe how I imagine both Jake and Emma’s thoughts in the first paragraph of page 135 (even though they are in two different locations).

TREACHEROUS by Taylor Swift: I know, two of her songs in a row, but I couldn’t help but fall hard for this song when it first came out. It mirrors Emma’s thoughts for much of the novel. Sometimes you can already be in the middle of a relationship and not even know it, which can be sort of scary, but those are the sort of relationships that are worth the risk.

HANGING BY A MOMENT by Lifehouse: This song is one of just two that, from when I first started writing this novel, have influenced the mood of certain scenes, and especially the scene that starts on page 216. I love the playful nature of this song and the way it so expertly portrays how you can truly fall for someone, even when you don’t mean to.

SOMEDAY by Rob Thomas: This song is filled with some pretty powerful longing, which is why I’ve continued to love it year after year. Throughout the novel Emma expresses a desire to get past her sensitivity to the public’s intrusion into her personal life. She longs to be free of the judgment and expectation that rules her choices—her dating choices, in particular—but doesn’t yet know how to block it out. There’s a point in the novel where she thinks, “We have a future together, I can feel it. We just have to make it through the space between here and there.” And that’s the sentiment that this song reminds me of.

TERRIFIED by Katharine McPhee and Zachary Levi: First and foremost, it’s CHUCK! (And also Flynn Rider . . . swoon.) And Katharine McPhee’s voice is beyond amazing, so put them together and this song won me over in less than a measure. In fact I like it so much that I’ve attached it to the chapter I rewrote more than any other because it was so important for me to get it right. That chapter starts on page 260.

ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST by Queen: Yep, Queen. Because they will always be freaking awesome, no matter how many decades pass by. I could leave it at that, but I should probably explain a bit more. This song is dedicated to the tabloid “journalists” who I imagine eagerly strutting down the street to the beat of this song, hoping with their cold, cold hearts that they will find a celebrity in the lowest moment of their life . . . and exploit them for the sake of entertainment. Just listen to this song as if it were sung by a tabloid journalist, and you’ll get a really good sense of how Emma feels about them.

AMNESIA by 5 Seconds of Summer: This is a very new song that caught my attention immediately because it’s just how Jake feels when, during a particular point in the story, he sort of disappears and no one is sure where he is. The funny thing about heartwrenching loves songs is that the majority of the best of them (in my opinion) are written and performed by men! So I definitely think guys are more sensitive and romantic than the world at large gives them credit for. #swoon

IRIS by the Goo Goo Dolls: This is the second song (along with HANGING BY A MOMENT) that has been a part of NOT IN THE SCRIPT from the very beginning. It’s the song I’ve always imagined Jake and Emma dancing to right before they leave The Cage. I’ve been around enough celebrities to know that many of them wear a mask, and even a different personality, in public. It’s only the people who are closest to them who know who they really are—their fears, insecurities, and what and who means the most to them. But it’s hard to trust new people in your life . . . not when they could so easily make a lot of money selling your secrets, or only being nice so they can namedrop and be seen with you. There’s a line in this song that says, “When everything feels like the movies, yeah, you bleed just to know you’re alive,” and I imagine that as a celebrity, it is indeed difficult to know what’s real and what isn’t when everything that glitters is not gold. But Jake and Emma both want a life, not just a lifestyle, so that’s why this is their song. And the last line sums up their story in a nutshell: “I just want you to know who I am.” 

Amy Finnegan writes her own stories because she enjoys falling in love over and over again, and thinks everyone deserves a happy ending. She likes to travel the world—usually to locations where her favorite books take place—and owes her unquenchable thirst for reading to Jane Austen and J.K. Rowling. Her debut novel, NOT IN THE SCRIPT (Bloomsbury, Oct 2014), came about after hearing several years of behind-the-scenes stories from her industry veteran brother. She’s also been lucky enough to visit dozens of film sets and sit in on major productions such as Parks and Recreation, and Parenthood


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Thank you for stopping by my blog today. I would also like to say Thank You to Amy for letting me review your book and say Thank You to Jean BookNerd for letting me participate in this tour. Don't forget to enter the giveaway below. 

~Sabrina

Citadel of Fire Blog Tour


Today on my blog I have the Citadel Of Fire Blog Tour. On my stop there is a spotlight, Tens List, and giveaway. 

Seventeen-year old Gray is descended from a legendary hero known as a Ronin, and haunted by his forgotten past. He returns home to a wizards’ keep, unaware he is now labeled a murderous traitor for killing his best friend. 


Returning could be a death sentence, but the journey alone is perilous. Along the way, Gray discovers he has a grandfather. Now he must reach the city before his only living family dies beneath a madman’s torture. Getting there will be a challenge, however, as an enthrallingly unpredictable woman, a dangerous desert, and a horde of thieves stand in his way. Wielding the banished power of wind, Gray rallies against the poisonous evil that seeks to convert the world to their mantra, “strength is life, weakness death.” 



Yet with an affable scoundrel and a clever bookworm at his side, Gray discovers the world’s greatest secret… He is not the only one with hero’s blood, and the legend of the Ronin walk the world once again. 



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Top Ten List - Your favorite guy characters from your books, including random facts about them.
1.     Ezrah – Despite being one of the most powerful wizards in the whole world, he would choose to play a simple game of “Elements” a chess-like board game with his grandson, over attending the most powerful convention of wizards.
2.     Gray – He values friendship over strength despite being destined to be the most powerful man in the whole world.
3.     Zane – Fiery to the core, but has a deep love for his sister.
4.     Darius – a jokester, but would throw himself on a dagger to save a friend; and has a sensitive side for those he let’s close.
5.     Victasys – scarred from head to toe, he is a man of consummate honor and sacrifice.
6.     Jian – Has the only Devari blade that has “red” flames, instead of the normal orange.
7.     Finn – Sensitive yet strong, he has had a crush since he was a kid on the girl of his dreams, but she married another man.  But when war looms, his fate and Meira’s intertwines once more.
8.     The Patriarch – the most powerful wielder of the spark.  He’s the oldest human alive.
9.     Rydel – an elf and man of consummate honor as well.  He is the guardian of the queen of the elves Karil.


10.  Hadrian – a powerful elf, kindred to Rydel, but a madness lies upon his heart.
Matthew Wolf is the author of The Ronin Saga. Or maybe he's a Ronin. Either way, he's involved somehow. Aside from epic fantasy, he enjoys woodcrafting, outdoors, a bit of a health nut (Kale is good!), and trains in kung fu. 


His childhood of traveling the world and studying Old English and Japanese influenced the schemes of the Saga, and the world of Farhaven. He is a graduate from UCSB with a Literature degree and a specialization in Medieval Literature and Japanese.  His novels include THE KNIFE’S EDGE, and CITADEL OF FIRE, of the bestselling YA Epic Fantasy series, The Ronin Saga. 



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Thank you for stopping by my blog today. I would also like to say Thank You to Jean BookNerd for letting me participate in this blog tour. 

~Sabrina 
Saturday, October 4, 2014

The Duel for Consuelo Blitz

Title: The Duel for Consuelo
Author: Claudia H Long
Series: Josefina's Sin, The Next Generation
Genre: Historical Fiction/Historical Romance
Publisher: Booktrope
Release Date: June 15 2014
Edition/Formats Available In: eBook & Print
Blurb/Synopsis:
Travel back in time to 1711 in colonial Mexico, where the terrors of the Inquisition are slowly receding before the tide of the Enlightenment. Not receding fast enough, though, for Consuelo. She's caught between two men, two religions, and two ruthless inquisitors who are hanging on to their lasts shreds of power.
THE DUEL FOR CONSUELO brings us to 1711 in colonial Mexico. Consuelo, an accomplished herbalist and daughter of a mayor, is privy to the darkest family secret possible while the Inquisition still holds fast to its waning dominance. Her ailing mother is a practicing "Secret Jew", descendent of Conversos, or Jews who converted in Spain at the point of a sword. Her father is desperate to prevent the discovery of this secret as it will mean certain torture and possible death of his family.
Juan Carlos Castillo, the white-blond son of wealthy landowners, has a few secrets of his own. His love for Consuelo has moved into forbidden territory, and he watches as his friend and rival, Leandro Almidon of Spain, woos Consuelo with his sharp wit and promises of social and financial security.
The times are turbulent. The Enlightenment is slowly penetrating the darkness of Spain and its colony, and new thinkers are questioning everything, from religion to science, to the mingling of the castes and races. With new thinking secrets are bared and the Inquisition makes a final grasp at power.  Consuelo finds herself fighting for her mother's life, her own future, and her right to love.



Claudia H. Long grew up in Mexico City and moved to the United States when she was eleven. She wrote her senior thesis at Harvard University on the feminism of Sor Juana INS De La Cruz, and revived her passion for her when she wrote Josefina's Sin. She lives and practices law in Northern California with her husband. They have two grown children. She is currently at work on her next novel, set in eighteenth century Mexico.

Places to find Claudia H Long 
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Friday, October 3, 2014

Demon Killer Blog Tour


Today on my blog I have the Demon Killer blog tour. On my stop there is a spotlight, excerpt and review. 

Attacked by a soldier of the demon race, a young woman has a child from their union. To her horror, he bears the mark of the demon, and her people will stop at nothing to kill it. Being part fairy, Azra uses her magic to try and save her child from his demon blood. In spite of her best efforts, he briefly turns into the monstrous Sartwor beast, slaying her entire village.

A perilous journey to the home of the pure blood fairies ensues as she races to save Bretuck before he turns into the beast again. This time she may not be able to pull him from the grasp of the creature ruling his body. Can a mother's love prevail over her son's cursed blood? 

Excerpt: 
Rounding a tree, she came face to face with a scene from hell and what must be an escaped beast from its bowels. A huge, hulking creature stood over the mangled and torn remains of several villagers. Its skin was a dark green, knotted with strange configurations of flesh on its skin, as if its muscle fought for dominance and pushed upward into the flesh from beneath. A weepy wetness made the skin shiny and oily; it reeked of slaughtering pens where the leavings had rotted for a day in the hot air.
            The putrid ripe odor caused Azra to grab her nose and also gained the beast’s attention. As its eyes pinned her location, she was frozen, couldn’t move if her life depended on it -– and it did. The gaping mouth filled with two-inch horrific jagged teeth opened as if pleased with her presence. Blood, bits of flesh and dripping strings of saliva drooled from its jaws as it started toward her.
            “Tarsha!” She commanded loudly, thrusting both arms outward at the same time. It was a powerful word, one used to immobilize. The nightmarish creature shook its head slightly, as if she had muddled its thoughts temporarily, then thudded the few steps it took to be within striking distance.
            One solitary tear trickled down her cheek as she whispered, “Bretuck, I’m sorry.”
            The beast stumbled, then straightened, a stunned look crossed its grotesque face.
            A gurgling “augh” poured from its rasping throat.
The thing screeched in agony, plunged to its knees with a crash and lifted its tortured eyes to hers with a pitiful expression, if such were possible with such a beast. A quiver of responding pity flashed through her and horrified at her reaction, Azra took a step backward. The monster thrust his arms toward and cried out. 

Review: 
I was hooked on this book from the blurb alone but the story that Myra has written is so good. She does an excellent job of mixing the Fae and Demons in this book. Both of which I like because they are dark and with it being close to Halloween it was the perfect read.


The story of Azra attempting to save her son from everyone who is trying to kill him is powerful and magical. It shows that a mother will do anything to save her child. I was rooting for her the whole time. But if you want to know if a mother’s love is enough you will have to read Demon Killer and highly suggest you do. It’s that good and I will be looking for more of Myra’s books to devour. 5/5 Bloody Fangs 

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Myra has been published since 2001 with Ellora's Cave and New Concepts Publishing. She decided in 2014 to take some of her books the Indie route, starting with Demon Killer. Myra loves to write stories with a mix of romance, s/f, paranormal and fantasy elements. Since April 2012 she is the CEO and co-owner of BTS Book Reviews, a digital magazine dedicated to promoting authors work and bringing great books to readers. Magazine at: www.btsemag.com

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Thank you for stopping by my blog today. I would also like to say Thank You to Myra for letting me review your book and say Thank You to RBTL for letting me participate in this blog tour. 
~Sabrina 
Wednesday, October 1, 2014

31 Days of Halloween: Day 1


It's Fall my favorite time of year. The colors, the cooler weather, and Halloween! I do all kinds of things to celebrate this time of year and one of them is a 31 Days of Halloween celebration and I got some of my favorite authors and bloggers to participate also. So to kick of my 31 Days of Halloween is Lisa Kessler. So let's get to know more about 1 of my favorite authors and how she celebrates this time of year.

Lisa Kessler is an Amazon Best Selling author of dark paranormal fiction. Her debut novel, Night Walker, won a San Diego Book Award for Best Published Fantasy-Sci-fi-Horror as well as the Romance Through the Ages Award for Best Paranormal and Best First Book. She currently writes the Night Series and the Moon Series for Entangled Publishing.
Her short stories have been published in print anthologies and magazines, and her vampire story, Immortal Beloved, was a finalist for a Bram Stoker award.
When she's not writing, Lisa is a professional vocalist, and has performed with San Diego Opera as well as other musical theater companies in San Diego.
You can learn more at http://Lisa-Kessler.com


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Book News:

I'm excited to be a part of a new Paranormal Boxed Set coming out just in time for Halloween, SEDUCTIVE SUPERNATURALS! It will release October 20th and it features 12 authors with 6 full novels and 6 novellas... Hope you'll check it out! It's up for preorder now: http://goo.gl/dtb5Bc



Favorite Halloween Memory:

One year I dressed up as a werewolf and we wanted it to look authentic, so we collected yarn lint from my Mom's textile mill and stuck it onto all my exposed skin with double-faced tape. It hurt like CRAZY to get it off, but I looked awesome and won best costume out of my whole elementary school! LOL



Top 10 List/Halloween Movies (Werewolf):


#10 - Not my favorite, but without him, we might not have werewolf movies! Plus my werewolf hero in MOONLIGHT named his Jeep, Chaney, after the man who put werewolves on the map… THE WOLF MAN

#9 - You can’t go wrong with Stephen King. This one is creepy and scary! Not one of my favorite though because you never really have any empathy for the werewolf… For me, werewolf movies are about knowing the man behind the wolf. - SILVER BULLET


#8 - Okay this one was cheesy and silly, but you can’t help but fall in love with Michael J. Fox and his wolf family. I haven’t seen the tv show yet, but if you’ve never seen the movie, you should check it out. It won’t change your view of werewolves, but I bet it’ll make you smile. - TEEN WOLF


#7 - This movie got panned by the critics, but I enjoyed it for what it was. The atmosphere was very creepy and the fear of the townspeople about the wolf was palpable. I loved the two men you thought might be the wolf, and I won’t spoil the ending. If you love werewolves, don’t pass this one by. - RED RIDING HOOD


#6 - Okay you might be scratching your head here, but hear me out… This is one of my all-time favorite movies, and Rutger Hauer is cursed to be a wolf by night, so he’s not a traditional full moon werewolf, but I think it still counts, right? Also the scene where he and Michelle Phifer start shifting (she’s cursed to be a hawk by day) and they almost touch… Heartbreaking! Love this movie! So it might not be a traditional howl at the moon werewolf movie, but definitely worth seeing! - LADYHAWKE


#5 - I wish I had seen this one in the theaters. I let wishy-washy reviews keep me away and watched it on HBO instead, but WOW! I thought the special effects in this one were AMAZING! The dark tones of all the lighting and the gothic feel of the atmosphere put it over the top! I thought it was also fabulously acted with just enough romance to tear your heart out at the end. - THE WOLFMAN (Anthony Hopkins)


#4 - I can remember when MTV first started and we didn’t have cable! *pout* I went to a friend’s house when Thriller premiered and we squealed with delight and waited to watch it over and over. I love that at the end Michael wasn’t a vampire, he looked up at the moon and turned around as a werewolf creature… Nice! Add in VIncent Price’s laugh and this video never ever gets old. - MICHAEL JACKSON'S THRILLER


#3 - LOVE this movie!!!! The rich backstory that began the battle between the vampires and the lycans made for an action-packed film with werewolves to DIE FOR!!! Loved all the passion and forbidden love… The special effects were also amazing. You definitely feel for the werewolves in this one. - UNDERWORLD


#2 - Hugh Jackman as a werewolf. Need I say more? *ahem*

It was a really wild ride of a movie with fun special effects and an ending that made me cry! (OF course I’m a total sap so your movie mileage may vary) Love this one and the Dracula was fabulous too!!! - VAN HELSING

#1 - My all-time still-to-this-day favorite werewolf movie is An American Werewolf in London. It’s got funny cheesy moments like all the dead in different states of decay haunting him in a movie theater, but man is it ever fun! I’ve never seen another werewolf movie like it and it still has lots of heart even after all these years! - AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON


Great list of werewolf movies! I have a lot of the same ones as Lisa does.

Thank you for stopping by my blog for day 1 of my 31 Days of Halloween celebration. I would also like to say Thank You to Lisa for participating and for offering up 1 ebook of her book Moonlight.






Now for the giveaway. There is a rafflecopter that will be going on all month. You will want to make sure and check back everyday to see if another prize has been added to it so you can enter for it. :-) 
~Sabrina

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!

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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Lost in the Beat Release Day Blast


Available September 23rd!





Rhythm is the heart of every song.

Jase Collins lives for the stage and the perks of rock stardom. His wild antics and high-profile affairs have earned the sexy drummer the title of Hot Wired’s bad boy. He’s not quite as jaded as his fans think—but just jaded enough not to recognize the best thing that’s ever happened to him until she walks out of his life. And he doesn’t even know her name.

But without harmony a man is lost.

Fallon Morgan has had her life mapped out since high school. She’s earned a full ride scholarship to UCLA with the driving goal of earning her doctorate. Nothing can derail her dreams—except maybe a one-night stand with the infamous Jase Collins. His chilly reception the morning after convinces her to put her biggest mistake in the past and move on without looking back.

When two hearts begin to beat as one…
When Fallon’s life takes a dramatic turn, she finds herself with no one else to turn to for help. Jase is obnoxious, demanding, and yet surprisingly tender. Though it chafes her to depend on him, the more time she spends with him changes her perceptions of the bad boy rocker. With each passing day she finds more and more faith in the man behind the public persona. If she can learn to trust her feelings, she might be willing to risk her heart.

They could find themselves Lost in the Beat!







Every cell in Fallon’s body wanted to rebel on principal. Like the good girl she was, she succumbed to Jase’s demands. “Do you ever not get what you want?”
“Yeah.” He stepped right into her personal space, knocking his very naked chest against her breasts.
The way her nipples protruded upon contact, they might as well have been naked against his flesh. The simultaneous dampness in her panties unnerved her. Damn her traitorous body! She ignored the pulsing between her thighs and coerced her libido to focus on him and not her body’s yearnings.
He lifted his hand and wrapped his fingers around her ponytail. A slow, gentle pull on her hair and he notched her head back. “Twice last year I didn’t get what I wanted.” He sounded put out by the inconvenience.
Proof he lives a charmed life! That was as good as always getting his way in her valuation. She’d endured many more disappointments than that in the past year.
His sapphire-blue eyes looked black in the dim lighting. “Care to know what those two were?”
If she said no, then he’d suspect she predicted those disappointments centered on her.
“I’ll take your silence as a yes. Number one…I didn’t want Sam and Fang together.” Surprised, her eyes widened at his confession. The tabloids would pay good money for that juicy tidbit. “Didn’t think they were right for one another. Gave them a lot of hell for that.” He shrugged. “My accident—you heard about that, right?” At her nod, he went on. “It reminded me how short life is, so I gave them my blessing to be together.”
Fallon licked her lips, suspecting his sister hadn’t really needed his blessing to do what she wanted. “It was the right thing to do.”
A humorous glint sparkled in his eyes. “I’m not known for doing the right thing, darlin’. Like now.”
She frowned. “What do you mean?”
He adjusted his hand, sliding it along her ponytail, before burying his fingers into the coil of her strands beneath the snug grip of the rubber band. His other arm curled around her shoulders, drawing her tight against his frame. Her heart pounded in her ears, and he smelled good.
Jase nipped her bottom lip and at her sharp gasp, he took advantage and slid his tongue into her mouth. The cool minty taste of him verified he’d taken the time to brush his teeth.
Her eyelids fluttered shut, and she groaned upon his first contact, a slow drag of his tongue against hers. The immediate surge of wetness that drenched her panties scandalized her.
Her eyelids snapped open, and she spied him watching her. Fine lines creased the corners of his eyes. Again and again his tongue caressed hers, reminding her how he’d licked her breasts and between her legs.
More moisture dampened her panties, and her passage clenched in need. She compressed her thighs, but that action caused her ache to grow instead of abate as she’d intended. He withdrew from her mouth, and she almost botched stifling her groan of disappointment. Awed by the effect Jase asserted over her body, she stared at his lips. She’d lost all sense of restraint when he’d put them on her.
Just like the first time.
“You were the second thing I wanted last year.” He removed his arm from her shoulders and ran his thumb along her jaw. “I had private investigators search for you, but they repeatedly came up empty-handed.”
Stunned by the admission, she wasn’t sure what to make of it or if she even believed him. “Why’d you have P.I.’s looking for me?”
“Because you’re the one that got away.”
Jase looked serious. He didn’t flinch away from her direct stare. Didn’t grin, didn’t even blink. But the idea that she was ‘the one that got away’ was ludicrous…Fallon snorted, calling bullshit. She bet he said that to every woman he wanted to screw. While he could have his pick of women, she was a convenient lay.
I am no one’s dupe.
“This chick isn’t stupid enough to believe that line.”
A flash of hurt pinched his features. His mouth parted as if he’d say something, but he settled for shaking his head and dragging his fingers through his hair.
Their sultry spell demolished, she watched him, refusing to allow herself to regret her callous honesty. He could have any woman he wanted, but she wasn’t for sale.
Jase released his hold on her and picked up the keys and cell she’d dropped on the floor. He placed them on the counter and met her gaze dead-on. “You’re obviously not as intelligent as I thought you were either.”




Gracen is a hopeless daydreamer masquerading as a “normal” person in southern society. When not writing, she’s a full-time basketball/lacrosse/guitar mom for her two sons and a devoted wife to her real-life hero-husband of over twenty years. She has an unusual relationship with her muse, Dom, but credits all her creative success to his brilliant mind. She’s addicted to writing, paranormal romance novels and movies, Alabama football, and coffee...addictions are not necessarily in order of priority. She’s convinced coffee is nectar from the gods and when blending coffee and writing together it generates the perfect creative merger. Many of her creative worlds are spawned from coffee highs and Dom’s aggressive demands. To learn more about Gracen or to leave her a comment, visit her website at www.gracen-miller.com.






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