Paranormal romance is designed for those who enjoy elements of magic and the supernatural. It can be as close to reality as heightened physic ability or as adventurous as shape-shifters and dragons. The 2019 RONE finalists for paranormal short fiction cover the range of options. US 99c or KUAMAZON Can a lion tame a dragon?... Continue Reading →
Just in time for vacation road trips and plane rides -- two volumes for 99c! Amazon * Nook * Kobo * Apple The first two volumes in the in the epic science fiction romance series that blend elements of space opera with the intrigue and suspense of a political thriller. THE CARTEL: The Apprentice, Volume 1... Continue Reading →
Romantic suspense and thrillers are for those readers who like heavy plot with their romances. The 2019 InD'Tale RONE finalists in this category do not disappoint. US$4.99: AMAZON * NOOK * APPLE * KOBO Father Anthony's devotion to God and His Church begins to unravel the moment Rita Wittier steps inside St. Catherine’s Cathedral in... Continue Reading →
Seven-day 2, Day 1 This day, I live. Lilian stretches sleep tight limbs, toes curling against the chill tile, even as the barren balcony overlooking the interior courtyard begins to glow with morning light. There is only this day. Widening her stance, she settles the gold warbelt into place. She has tried sleeping without it... Continue Reading →
Wonderful selection of summer SFR. I’ve read 16 and authored 2 — all are wonderful!
The Ripped Bodice Bookstore in SoCal is conducting their third annual Summer Romance Bingo. I thought it would be fun to take their bingo card of categories again this year and identify scifi romance titles that would satisfy the requirements for readers. I asked the members of The SciFi Romance Brigade on Facebook to recommend books and definitely allowed authors to recommend their own titles. I said I’d take the first three to five books to be suggested in each category, which I’ve pretty much stuck to, although some categories were hard to fulfill and others were wayyy popular!
As the Ripped Bodice notes on their rules, “You can interpret the categories however you want” so we did take a bit of license on a few to fit scifi romance.
To be clear, we’re NOT playing bingo here, merely providing a list of suggestions! Hope over to the…
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Time Travel/Science Fiction I want to thank everyone who supported Serengeti Valor in the 2019 RONE Finalist voting. I am super excited to have Valor make into the finals. InD'Tale's RONE (Reward Of Novel Excellence) Awards are among the most well administered fiction awards. There is no fee to enter the competition. To be nominated,... Continue Reading →
Fabulous stack of new releases in Science Fiction and Paranormal Romances, including another installment in my favorite Veronica Scott series, Badari Warriors!
I have another new release to report too!
As always, I recommend sampling before you buy! I have not read most of the new releases listed (although I always end up one-clicking a bunch as I prepare these posts LOL).
BADARI WARRIOR’S BABY: MEGAN AND MATEER (SECTORS NEW ALLIES SERIES BOOK 8) by Veronica Scott
Dr. Megan Garrison, mate to the Badari Warrior pack’s senior enforcer Mateer, is perilously close to the due date of their baby when she’s kidnapped by human malcontents in Sanctuary Valley. The kidnappers threaten to harm her and intend to ransom the half human-half Badari child to the evil Khagrish scientists in return for their own lives.
Mateer and his fellow Badari launch a desperate effort to save his mate and child but the situation is made more complicated as Megan goes into labor. Can they rescue her in time to save mother and…
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Thank you so much to everyone who voted! The next step is panel judging where a group of authors and reviewers will read Valor and the other contenders to determine the winner. I'll be biting my fingernails until October!
Dark romance is a bit of contradiction in terms. Romance, with its happily-ever-after requirement, does not mix well with dark. Often, dark romance is used to describe less than healthy relationships that include passion and sex. Although, there are those authors who can turn what starts in a dark place into a believable HEA; with... Continue Reading →