Wicked Allure Blog Tour + Giveaway

Greetings! ūüôā and Welcome, Welcome! I hope you all are enjoying your holidays, shopping, and bargains. Are you up for a new release? Hope so, cause I am. You’ve just found the next stop on the Wicked Allure Blog tour.

Stick around, kick back, and enjoy!

Title: Wicked Allure
Series: Wicked Allure, #1
Author: Leslie C. Ferdinand
Release Date: March 20th 2012
Genre: Romance, Erotica
Publisher: Self-Published
Pages: 287
Book Description:¬†Three years ago, Madigan DeLeon walked away from Zachary Steele. Now, she’s back in his life to help run her mother’s sex club. Unable to resist, she is soon back in his bed. Her heart and body is fully engaged but her head is urging caution. Zach wants another chance and he’ll let know one stand in his way, not even Madigan herself.

Available at: Barnes & Nobles || Amazon || The Book Depository || Kobo || Smashwords || LuLu (Hardcover) 

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November 26th

A Diary Of A book Addict
Simply Ali
Simply Infatuated
Amy’s Book World
The Avid Reader
Black Hippie Chick’s Take on Books & The World
My Escape
Beach Bum Reads

November 27th

Proserpine Craving Books
A Bibliophile’s Thoughts on Books
Provocative Pages
Ramblings of an Amateur Writer
The Bunnys Review
Musings of a bookworm
The Steamy Side

Guest Post: Kimberly Russell + Giveaway!

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The Truth about Lilly Barnes
Blog Tour

‚ÄúToday is the day it is going to happen. I‚Äôm not melancholy or nervous. I just want to get it over with more than anything. Today is the day that I, Lilly Barnes, die.‚ÄĚ Lilly Barnes doesn’t want to live anymore. She is prepared to leave her life, family, and more importantly, her best friend Buddy behind for good. But, why? What could be so horrible that it makes a young girl want to end her life? Find out in The Truth about Lilly Barnes.

Available at Barnes & Nobles || The Book Depository || Smashwords || Amazon

Ms. Russell gave me the opportunity to pick a topic for her to post about. I’m always curious about an authors inspiration. I asked her why she chose to write about suicide, and here’s what she had to say.

Guest Post by Kimberly Russell

I decided to write about suicide because I think it is an immensely important topic. I read that suicide is the 11th leading cause of death in the U.S. (homicide is 15th). That’s crazy to me! I also wanted to write about it because I don’t think it is written about enough in YA, and it’s obviously so important. I hope I haven’t deterred anyone from reading THE TRUTH ABOUT LILLY BARNES, I promise it’s not full of suicide statistics. J

I was also curious about what leads a person to suicide. I wanted to write about that deciding moment and what leads a person there. In Lilly Barnes, you find out in therapy sessions and backstories why Lilly wanted to harm herself. I can assure you, she has her reasons. I wanted to write about an everyday normal girl who was dealing with secrets; which were eating at her. It was important to me write about a ‚Äėnormal‚Äô girl because I think there are so many teens who can identify with Lilly. One of my favorite reviews so far really understood what I was trying to get across to readers:

‚ÄúMy emotions while reading this book: Sad. Intrigued. Compelled. It’s like seeing the world thru the eyes of a lost soldier of life. It’s sad to think that there are a million “Lilly Barnes” out there. Physically fit, but emotionally broken. This book is a definite must read for teenagers out there who think that life is full of sh*t. It’s not.‚ÄĚ

Thank you, Reena for letting me a part of your lovely blog!

Find Kimberly Russell Online!

Website: http://www.kimberly-russell.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kimberly-Russell/257750867586271
Twitter: https://twitter.com/authorKRussell
Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5124933.Kimberly_Russell

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2nd Ana @ Book Sparks (review and giveaway)
3rd Marissa @ For The Love of Film and Novels (Review and Guest Post)
4th Sydney @ A Case of Reading Insomnia(Review)
5th Maryann @ Chapter by Chapter (Review)
6th Allizabeth @ The Paperback Pursuer (Review)
7th Reena @ Reena Jacobs(Guest Post/maybe a review)
8th Sarah @ Breaking the Binding(Review)
8th Kate @¬†Froze8’s Blog (Feature w/ excerpt and Giveaway)
8th Kate @ Literary R&R (Feature/interview and Giveaway)
9th  Rachel @ Stressed Rach (Review)
10th Louisa @ Words I Write Crazy (Review)
11th GMR @ Satisfaction for Insatiable Reader (Guest Post only)
11th Laura @ Owl Tell You About It (Review)
12th Lexxie @ (un)conventional bookviews (Review and Giveaway)
13th Channing @ A Book Without Pages (Review and Guest Post)
14th Paula @ Book Lover Stop (Review)
15th Lisa @ Nightly Reading (Review)
16th Ruth @ My Devotional Thoughts (Review, Guest Post and Giveaway)

The Loving Lady Marcia Blog Tour + Giveaway


Of the three Brady sisters, Lady Marcia has always seemed the girl most likely to lead a perfectly charmed life. But after a handsome cad breaks her heart, she swears off love and devotes her life to teaching girls at a private school. In spite of her family‚Äôs wish for a London debut, Marcia is happy where she is‚ÄĒuntil terrible news sends her back to the Brady clan‚Ķand into the arms of an unexpected suitor.


A dark and dashing earl who knows Marcia‚Äôs past, Duncan Lattimore is surprised by what a fascinating and independent woman she‚Äôs become. Marcia, too, is surprised‚ÄĒby the fiery attraction she feels for Duncan. But why‚ÄĒwhy‚ÄĒmust he be the brother of the scoundrel who broke her heart? Why must Marcia‚Äôs rival at school forbid her from seeing him? How can this lady possibly resist this fellow‚ÄĒwhen they know that it‚Äôs much more than a hunch‚Ķ?

 Available at Barnes & Nobles || Kobo || The Book Depository || Amazon || Indiebound || iBooks

About the Author

Double Rita¬ģ-finalist and USA Today bestseller Kieran Kramer is the author of the lighthearted Regency historical romance series, The Impossible Bachelors, published by St. Martin‚Äôs Press. She has a new six-book contract with St. Martin‚Äôs for another Regency series called The House of Brady, premiering in August 2012 with LOVING LADY MARCIA. A former CIA employee, journalist, and English teacher, Kieran‚Äôs also a game show veteran, karaoke enthusiast, and general adventurer. Without doubt her greatest adventure, which she‚Äôs taken hand-in-hand with her husband of 23 years, a¬†commander in the US Navy Reserves, has been mothering their three children.

Find Kieran Kramer online!

Author Site: http://kierankramerbooks.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/KieranKramer
Twitter: http://twitter.com/kierankramer
Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3452785.Kieran_Kramer
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/kierankramer/
Street Team: http://regencyrockstars.com
Group blog of writer moms: http://peanutbutteronthekeyboard.wordpress.com
Free Droid app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.onseeker.kierankramer
Free iPhone app: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kieran-kramer/id524781724?mt=8

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13-Aug    Bibliophilia, Please    Interview
13-Aug    Reviews By Molly    First Chapter
13-Aug¬†¬†¬†¬†Doctor’s Notes¬†¬†¬† Spot Light
14-Aug    My Secret Romance    First Chapter
14-Aug    Live To Read    First Chapter
15-Aug¬†¬† ¬†Melissa’s Eclectic Bookshelf¬†¬†¬†Spot Light
15-Aug    Romancing Rakes For The Love of Romance   Spot Light, Interview
15-Aug    Romance Book Junkies    Spot Light
16-Aug    LilyElement Book Reviews    First Chapter
16-Aug    Love to Read Romance    Spot Light
17-Aug    Red Headed Bookworm    Spot Light, Interview, First Chapter
17-Aug¬†¬† ¬†Sapphyria’s Steamy Book Reviews¬†¬† ¬†First Chapter
20-Aug    My World    Spot Light
20-Aug    Ramblings From This Chick    First Chapter
21-Aug    Books, Books, and More Books    Interview
21-Aug    Ramblings of an Amateur Writer    Spot Light
21-Aug   SOS Aloha   Guest Post
22-Aug    Lissette E. Manning    First Chapter
23-Aug    Adventures of Frugal Mom    Interview
24-Aug    Words I Write Crazy    First Chapter
24-Aug    The Self-Taught Cook    Spot Light
26-Aug The Rockville 8 Interview
27-Aug  The Popculture Divas    Spot Light and  First Chapter
27-Aug    Bunnie Reviews  Spot Light, Interview, First Chapter
28-Aug   Release Day  Blitz 

29-Aug    Reviewing Shelf    Spot Light
29-Aug    The Lucky Ladybug    First Chapter
30-Aug    Live To Read    Spot Light
30-Aug    My Secret Romance    Spot Light
31-Aug¬†¬† ¬†A Night’s Dream of Books¬†¬† ¬†Interview
31-Aug    Cocktails and Books    Spot Light and First Chapter
3-Sep    ¡Miraculous!   Spot Light
3-Sep    Bibliophilia, Please    First Chapter
4-Sep    Ramblings From This Chick   Spot Light
5-Sep    Reading Between the Wines  Spot Light, First Chapter
6-Sep    My Cozie Corner    Interview
7-Sep    T B R     Spot Light, interview
10-Sep    A Date with a Book    First Chapter
11-Sep    Ramblings of an Amateur Writer    First Chapter
12-Sep    Mission to Read    Interview
13-Sep     Crossroads   Spot LIght, Review
14-Sep    Always a Booklover    Spot Light
14-Sep    Reader Girls    Spot Light

Chain Reaction Blog Tour + Giveaway

Just reading the blurb on this one makes me want to see it on the big screen. It gives me chills all over.

Title: Chain Reaction
Series: Phenom League, Book 1
Author: T. C. Archer
Genre: Romance
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Words: 65,000

Book Description:

Former Chicago Detective Jordan Pierce put his life on hold in order to protect America’s secret weapon against the Nazis, The Manhattan Project. But he can’t protect himself as his humanity is eaten away by a mysterious disease that destroys him, while at the same time makes him more powerful than any man he’s ever known. Jordan finds out how much the disease has devoured his soul when he falls in love with the woman who might destroy America and tear apart his last shred of humanity.

Available at Amazon | ARe | Bookstrand | B&N |


A moment later, I halted in front of the closed door where Dr Nichols waited. The name painted on the glass read: Dr Enrico Roma, the alias of the great scientist and Nobel Prize laureate Enrico Fermi. The alias didn’t fool anybody but the ignorant. Light shone through the milky glass window. I blew out a breath. The last thing I wanted to do was interrogate a hysterical woman.

I opened the door and stopped dead at the sight of a shapely blonde leaning against Fermi’s mahogany desk. I stared as realization sunk in that the Veronica Lake look-alike standing there was the same egghead pictured in her personnel file. The glasses she’d worn were absent and, despite the red-rimmed eyes and drawn expression, the single overhead light warmed the creamy complexion that had looked bland and colorless in the photo.

Thick blond hair slid across her face in a broad wave and flowed down slim shoulders. Suddenly, I understood the reasoning behind the functional bun in the picture. Despite the legs that mesmerized a man all the way down to the high heel straps, the tweed skirt and blazer she wore emphatically stated the bombshell figure was off limits. But the moment a man laid eyes on her luxurious hair all bets were off. My breath caught with bloodlust as I drew in her scent from across the room.

Gray-blue eyes stared from behind the drape of blond hair. Her gaze flicked to my waistband and I realized she’d glimpsed the colt holstered beneath my suit jacket.

“You wear your gun like a gangster,” she said.

I startled. Her voice, low and sultry, held a shaky note, but I knew the remark was payment for my staring.

“This incident requires I carry a weapon.” My drill sergeant used to berate any reference to the word gun. “Your gun is between your legs, son. Your pistol or rifle is called a weapon.”

She continued to stare and guilt stabbed at me. She’d discovered a colleague who’d been brutally murdered, and I stood in the doorway gawking at her. I swallowed, feeling like a school kid.

“Dr Nichols, I’m Agent Pierce, head of nightshift security.” Her fingers tightened around a lace handkerchief gripped in her right palm. I didn’t want to step closer, but had to. Her pheromones were making my blood, or what was left of it, crave an infusion from her veins. “What happened?”

Her gaze dropped to the hankie and she began working the fabric with both hands. “I was working late and needed Leon to come to the lab. I couldn’t get the Geiger counter to calibrate. I knocked. When no one answered, I opened the door and‚Ķ” Her eyes swung up to meet mine. “So much blood.” Her gaze remained locked with my eyes as if demanding a response.

“I’m sorry,” I offered. “I thought you were assigned to dayshift.”

She swiped at the corners of her eyes with the handkerchief. “I switched shifts yesterday so Leon and I could calibrate the new equipment.”
I nodded. The scientists worked a twelve hours on, twelve off schedule seven days a week. We were in a race against Nazi scientists while men died in Europe, North Africa, and the Pacific. “Did you notice anything unusual tonight?” I asked.


“Hear anything strange on the way to Dr Heinrick’s office, pass anyone in the hall?”

She shook her head. “Maybe he’s still here.” Something in the way she stared at‚ÄĒthrough‚ÄĒme,¬†searching for answers and fearing what she might find, threatened to tip me off balance. “The murderer is gone,” I replied in a level voice.

“How do you know?”

“A hunch,” I said, and meant it.

“Why kill Heinrick?” she said. “Why not Compton or Fermi? But Heinrick‚Ķ” Her voice trailed off.

“Are you saying Heinrick didn’t know anything worth killing for?”

“I suppose we all know something worth killing for. Each scientist on this project is top in his or her field. But the project will go on without Heinrick. If we lost Oppenheimer, or Fermi, the project would be delayed, if not brought to a standstill.”

“Did you enter Heinrick’s office?” “No, I took one look and ran.”

The response, given without hesitation, or guile, made me wonder if this woman ran from anything.

“This was the first office I came to,” she said.

Her story made sense, and my instincts said she was telling the truth. I had learned to trust my sixth sense, especially the last eight months. This ability was another one of those things I couldn’t explain, like being conscious of the way her pheromones where working on me double-time.
“Are you staying in the dorm?” I asked. She nodded.

“I’ll have someone escort you there.”

Desire to go with her shot to the surface with the heat of a volcano. I pictured white skin, full breasts, and blond hair between perfect thighs. I forced my breathing to remain even, and the swelling in my shorts abated. I’d never experienced such sudden, intense lust. If I escorted her back to her room I would drink her blood‚ÄĒand God only knew what I would do to her afterward. My pulse jumped with the thought of her warm blood flowing past my tongue down my throat‚Ķ and her tight walls closing around me as I entered her.

“I have to complete my measurements before the day shift,” she said. I jarred from the erotic thought. “There’s not enough equipment to go around,” she added.

I nodded. “Of course.”

Clipped footsteps sounded almost noiselessly on the linoleum floor of the hallway and I recognized McHenry’s walk two seconds before Dr Nichols’s eyes shifted over my shoulder.


I glanced back to see him standing in the open doorway.¬†“The general wants to talk to you.”

A measure of sanity reasserted itself. I had to get away from her, now. “Could you escort Dr Nichols back to the lab?”

His expression lightened. “No problem.” He stepped aside and motioned toward the door with an open hand. “Dr Nichols.”

She cast me a farewell glance and headed toward the door. I tried tearing my eyes from the gentle sway of hips as she walked past, but couldn’t, and felt the heat swell to the surface again. I had to find one of the small rodents whose blood I drank to keep my thirst for human blood at bay, or go back to Heinrick and hope the congealed blood in his decaying body would make me forget the craving. Rising desire twisted my insides and I feared even Heinrick’s dead blood wouldn’t work against the warm, pulsing blood of Dr Nichols.

About the Author

T. C. Archer is comprised of award winning authors Evan Trevane and Shawn M. Casey. They live in the Northeast.

Evan puts his Ph.D. to good use by writing about alternate realities, and Shawn channels the mythology and philosophy she studied during her wasted youth into writing about exotic places and times.

Evan and Shawn write romantic sci-fi, paranormal romance and romantic suspense.

Find the Author Online

Website | Facebook | Twitter: T.C. Archer@TCArcher | Blog | Goodreads

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July 17th- The Jeep Diva (Book Review/Giveaway)
July 18th- The Bunnys Review (Book Review/Author Interview)
July 19th- Full Moon Bites (Giveaway/Promo Post)
July 20th- Heart Of A Wolf (Book Review/Author Interview)
July 21st- The Avid Reader (Author Interview/Giveaway)
July 22nd- A Dream Within A Dream (Giveaway/Promo Post)
July 23rd- Proserpine Craving Books (Author Interview/Giveaway)
July 24th- Redheads Review It Better (Author Interview/Book Review)
July 25th- A Diary Of A Book Addict (Book Review/Giveaway)
July 26th- Tricia Kristufek (Book Review/Giveaway)
July 27th- This Is From My Heart (Author Interview/Promo Post)
July 28th- Ramblings of an Amateur Writer (Giveaway/Promo Post)
July 29th- A Page Away (Giveaway/Promo Post)
July 30th- Off the Page (Author Interview/Promo Post)
July 31st- Simply Infatuated (Author Interview/Giveaway)