Disarming (Reign of Blood #2) by Alexia Purdy, Now Available!

(Reign of Blood #2)
Alexia Purdy

Hey guys! Book 2 of the Reign of Blood series is now available on Amazon! One day early to boot. To celebrate, I will have it at $.99 for 2 days only, so get it now while it's dirt cheap :)

Thank you to everyone supporting me in my dream of writing, I hope you enjoy these little morsels of my nutty imagination.
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The world has changed. One must adapt to survive or hold on to the crumbling shards of humanity.

April continues to hold her fragile world together, but the ties that hold her family together are quickly unraveling. Rumors of a massive human underground settlement draw her to the shadows of the city once more in search of other survivors more like her, even with the hybrid vampires opposing her every move.

The darkness hides secrets along with the continued threat the Feral Vampires create, but a greater evil hides within the city. Something tells April that the humans will be less than welcoming of her, and that's if she can find them before the Vampires do. Joining sides with the enemy might be the only choice she has left.


Chrysopteron by Michael K. Rose NEW Release!

Michael K. Rose

Book Description:

Captain John Hayden, haunted by memories of war and still grieving the death of his wife, is about to embark on the most important mission of his career: to discover the fate of the Chrysopteron, one of five generation ships which left the Earth centuries earlier. The descendants of the Chrysopteron’s original crew had successfully colonized their planet, but less than a hundred years later, all contact was lost. Hayden knows that a mysterious new religion which was formed aboard the ship may have played a role in determining the fate of the colonists, but there is no way to know what he and his crew will find when they finally arrive.

In a story that touches on issues of faith and self-determination, Chrysopteron explores the fundamental elements that define our species. Even though we may leave the Earth, we cannot leave behind that which makes us human.


Michael K. Rose is primarily an author of science fiction who also dabbles in horror, fantasy and paranormal fiction.

His novel Sullivan’s War has been called "...a sci-fi thriller that definitely delivers!" and his collection Short Stories has been praised as "...the purest form of literature, as rich as a bottle of Montrachet 1978 and as tasty as a generous cut of Wagyu beef."

His newest novel, Chrysopteron, is already being hailed as a "...gem of a novel..." and "a masterpiece."

Sullivan’s Wrath, the sequel to Sullivan’s War, will be released in early 2013.

For more information, please visit http://www.michaelkrose.com





Cover Reveal!!! 'Of Gaea' by Victoria Escobar

Cover reveal!!!!
Of Gaea
Victoria Escobar

Of Gaea 
Book #1 in the Of Legacies Series 
By Victoria Escobar 

Publication Date: January 1, 2013 


Ari had always taken her mobility for granted. She was a track and field star, an archery champion and an Eskrima pro. One selfish action changed all of that, though. Now confined to a wheelchair, Ari yearns for those days to return. 

Ari has been searching the last eight months for a cure with no progress. Her best friend Sasha is the only thing keeping her from completely giving up. Following some vague advice, Ari turns away from medical science and starts researching alternative methods of healing. Suddenly, she finds herself tangled in a web of lies, questioning everything she’s ever known as truth. 

She’s thrown headfirst into a world of good and evil, magic and Gods she didn’t know existed. Ari learns she will have a choice to make on her eighteenth birthday that will change everything. For everyone. But how does she know her choice will be the right one?

About the Author:
Once upon a time, long, long ago, Victoria was born in sunny Florida, except it wasn’t sunny; it was the middle of the night. Midnight actually, well, two minutes past, but she tried really hard for midnight.

​Victoria has been to twenty one schools in her lifetime. With all the continual switching around, she’s relied on her imagination for friends and books for close companions. In high school she remained apart from the whole and spent most of her time in the library either reading or writing.
​Currently, Victoria has set down roots in New York with her family. She still reads and writes every day. She finished her debut novel Of Gaea in the fall of 2012 and is working on the sequel and many other projects.

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Forever Fae by L.P. Dover Release Day!!! Read an excerpt!

Happy Book Release Day!!!!

Forever Fae


L.P. Dover

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He leans down, lips parted, and then our lips connect……….We didn’t know that this one kiss has FOREVER changed the Land of the Fae.

According to the Prophecy proclaimed many years ago, Princess Calista of the Summer Court is destined to change the Land of the Fae from the evil determined to destroy it.  Her powers are phenomenal, and she secretly trains for battle with her handsome warrior friend, Merrick, who unbeknownst to her protects her heart as well, in hopes of keeping it for himself.  At least, until the seductive Prince Ryder attends the Guardian Ceremony and instantly sends a fire burning through her veins and a connection so deep they both discover a love above anything imaginable.
No one knows how Calista is destined to change the kingdoms, but there is one that does. He not only craves Calista’s power, but her body as well, and his goal is to steal her power, make her his Dark Queen, and take over the Land of the Fae.

Will the evil succeed in claiming Calista’s soul? Or will the two men that fight for her heart save her from despair, and help her fulfill her destiny to become what she was meant to be.

Loving this cover!!!


“Ryder, I don’t know how or why it is happening so fast, but my heart does feel like it belongs to you, and when I saw you tonight, I felt it. The connection is there, and I see it now, but what if it isn’t real?” I pull away from him to walk closer to the crystal blue water of the lake.

He looks at me bewildered. “Why wouldn’t it be real? It feels real to me,” he says while making his way towards me. He’s coming closer and all I want to do is run into his arms and feel his body surround mine. That is what my body is telling me, but how do I find out if that’s what my heart truly feels.

I shrug and say flatly, “I just think we might feel this way because of the Prophecy.” He wraps me in his arms again and tilts my chin up so my eyes settle on his. His eyes look worried and the frown marring his face clearly shows the tension in the lines around his features.

Ryder shakes his head and lets out an exasperated breath, “Why are you trying to fight this, Calista? Whatever we feel is between me and you. No Prophecy or any amount of magic is going to change the way I feel in my heart.” He cups my face with both hands and brings his face closer to mine to where our foreheads are tenderly touching. He breathes lightly against my face and whispers softly, “My heart tells me this is real, and if we can’t believe in our own hearts, then what can we believe in?”

Author Bio:  I am an avid reader that loves my collection of books. Writing has always been a passion of mine and now I am glad I get to share my passion with the world. I live in North Carolina with my husband and two beautiful girls.  I absolutely love being a southern girl. I spent several years in college starting out with a major in Psychology and then switching to dental. I worked in the dental field for eight years and then decided to stay home with my two beautiful girls. I spent the beginning of my reading years reading suspense thrillers, but now I can't get away from the paranormal/fantasy books. I knew ever since then that if I wrote anything it would be in a paranormal aspect. Now that I have started on my passion and began writing, you will not see me go anywhere without a notebook and pen.


SNEAK PEEK- Ever Winter (A Dark Faerie Tale #3) Chapter One preview

Ever Winter will be released early 2013.

Here is a preview of Chapter One for you reading pleasure <3 Hope you likes! (note: this is an unedited version, typos/grammar issues may be present.)


Shade is left all but shattered. She must travel to the Ice kingdom along with her 'body guard' Dylan, who continues to be bound with a blood oath to her, where the holder of her magic dwells. Her only chance to right the warring Faerie lands to harmony will be to resist the enchantments of the Ice King, one of the Ancient rulers of Faerie, to regain her power and make it to the Summer Kingdom with her family to claim back her throne.

Only the Ancients of Faerie don't want her to succeed and there are treacheries in every crevice of the land, even among the human mortals and trusted alibis.

Copyright 2012 Alexia Purdy
All Rights Reserved.

Ever Winter
Chapter One 

THE PLACES INSIDE that never fade away−even in the face of adversity and loss−take the brunt of all insults. Once decimated, it left nothing to fall back on. Nothing to keep the sadness and despair at bay, especially from Shade’s fragile heart. Even the tide that lapped at her feet, shocking with its icy-cold splashes and foamy water which tumbled about, was apathetic to her turmoil. It offered nothing but the numbness of frostbitten skin and a frigid wake. Blue, pale, and lifeless. It did nothing to awaken her from the nightmares in her head. These were made of stinging pierce of blades, the coppery taste of blood and the endless flashes of torment that should be erased from anyone’s memory vaults. 

This was her nothing. She didn’t even know if she cared it had ended this way. She was doomed, cursed or just unfortunate in so many ways. Her self-loathing compromised the fragments which were left of what she had once been. 

“Shade, go dry off and put some shoes on,” Soap’s voice echoed in her head like a lost memory she should’ve recalled and relished. Even now, his kisses−which had burned so hot, quickly and intense−now felt like cold shadows of themselves. His magic burned bright, but in her self-imposed prison of her mind, it now felt like a dulled beacon in the distance. 

“Shade?” he whispered as he walked tentatively closer, failing to break her trance with the horizon as the sun’s last rays disappeared over the cold Pacific Ocean. 

A sharp yank pulled her mind out of the trance and back into the now. Soap stood touching her face, hoping to break her from the spell she faded with. She was on the dry cold sand of the beach, feet caked in the soft grains. “Why can’t you hear me? Let’s get inside, snow is coming and you’ll freeze your toes off if you keep venturing out here without shoes. Is that what you’re doing? Trying to catch your death?” His mention of the cold brought back the endless shiver she could not shake. 

So now I’m still a child. Is that what I’ve become? 

“No,” her voice came out small and withered. She avoided his stranded look as he waited for her to say something more. His warm fingers curled around her thin arms, pressing softly into her skin, firm but gentle to balance her as he guided her gently into his arms. He pushed a strand of her dark brown hair behind her ear, and then pulled her closer. Nuzzling her hair, the sweet scent of flowers faintly clung to her wind-blown strands. He kissed the top of her head, wishing to himself that he could will away the demons that lurked behind her frightened eyes. He would be there for her no matter what, even through the dark days ahead. Nothing would waiver his love for Shade. Nothing. If only she would let him in. 

He had asked her time and time again what had happened at the Unseelie castle, but she had no answers. She would frown, creasing her brow as she buried her face into her knees, tightly hugging them to her chest. Dylan didn’t have any luck getting through to her either, though she seemed to lighten up ever so slightly when she saw the Teleen warrior approach. A twinge of sadness would then sweep through Soap’s chest at their exchange, but he would not let it affect him for too long. He pushed it away and continued to comfort Shade in any way that he could. 

Shade would let him do so. It comforted him more than it ever could her. It was easier than fighting it. He was her boyfriend after all. In the end, she did love him back, but had nothing to give him now. It had all been ripped out with every drop of blood shed from her fragile skin by Darren, Dylan’s malicious brother. He had almost finished off what he had started the first time he had attacked her in the Teleen caverns. If she ever saw him again, she would make sure it would be his last moment on earth. Never again would he do what he had done to her. Never. 

She glanced at Dylan, her other constant companion on this desolate beach. It was well hidden, near where Ursad’s old cabin had been located. It was protected by the strongest of wards that had been set by her mother Jade and Benton, one of her brothers, when they had come by for a visit. They were also Fire Elementals, like Shade, but her powers were gone−never returning since her imprisonment at the Unseelie palace−while Benton’s had only grown exponentially under their mother’s guidance and rigorous training. They had been relieved to see Shade alive, filled with dread that they might’ve not ever seen her alive again after she’d been taken. 

But she was here now, a shell of her former self, unable to pick up the pieces left shattered of her soul. Powerless. She was bound with the tightest restraints on her magic that no one, not even her mother, not Ilarial or Braelynn, could ever penetrate to undo the curse set on Shade. She was left naked, stripped and more human than she had ever felt, even before she had discovered she was a half Faerie Changeling and half Fire Elemental Witch. Her healing ability was all but gone. The magic that helped her wield fire and water was gone. She couldn’t even make a light stone anymore. 

Shade was surprised to find that the ampule of memory, a swirling glittery red fluid that her Grandmother Lana had given her, had remained at her house, safe in her room. Jade had brought it to her when they had visited. She touched the charm where it sat dangling gently around her throat. It felt warm and seeped out comfort that let Shade know her Grandmother’s essence still swirled inside it. It would be futile to drink the powerful fluid from the ampule now−it would make no difference to her powers. It would be a placebo if she drank it before undoing the binds wrapped around her powers. Nothing could get past them. 


Powerless in the Land of Faerie 

This was the worst punishment Aveta and her minions had placed upon her. The worst of all the tortures she had endured. It could be eternal and nothing made it better, nothing made her feel remotely hopeful about it. Shade doubted that anything ever would again.



Amber Garza



Delaney's world is shattered. She has been betrayed, imprisoned and stripped of her powers. Her heart is broken and she vows never to trust another boy.

But when an unlikely hero comes to her rescue that promise is tested. Her heart is conflicted and she is faced with an impossible decision.

Don't you just love it??? <3 I do! Get reading on this awesome series Here: Dazzle (Delaney's Gift #1)