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text 2017-04-09 07:50
Blog Tour for Begging For Bad Boys with Various Authors
 
 

BEGGING FOR BAD BOYS
A STEAMY ROMANCE COLLECTION OF
SINFUL STORIES THAT WILL HAVE YOU ON YOUR KNEES 
 
 
 


 
 
 
Are you ready for our heart-wrenching, panty-melting bad boys?
USA Today and Top Best Selling Romance authors have come together to give you this tempting bundle of 13 sinful bad boys that'll have you on your knees and begging for more!
Each book is a standalone romance with a guaranteed sweet-as-can-be happily ever after with NO CLIFFHANGERS. Get an ice cold glass of water before digging into these brand new, never-before-seen hot reads!
Burned Promises by Willow Winters
My world is caving in on itself; the scars of my past threatening to consume me. I was ready to fall from the top of my empire and I didn't give a damn. But then she showed up; falling back into my life and into my bed. My sweetheart. I should let her walk away again; I'm a bad man, but I'm too selfish. This time, I'm keeping her.
Dirty Debt by Lauren Landish
It's time to collect on the biggest debt anyone in the city owes me. Jacob Waters, the bastard that killed my father. He's an abusive prick and he'll pay the ultimate price. But before I take him down, I'm taking his most prized possession. His precious Sarah.
Bound to the BB - Crystal Kaswell
Brendon. My best friend's brother. The smoking hot tattoo artist miles and miles out of my league. He wants me. He wants me bound. I've had a crush on him since I can remember, but can I really handle him like *this*?
Protector by Bella Lovewins
Robin - I bump into the bad boy who broke my sister's heart nine years ago, and everything changes. I never expect forbidden fireworks, secrets and danger at every turn, and a hero in my corner when I need him most.
Redeeming Viktor by Alexis Abbott
A passionate one-night-stand ends in heartbreak. Five years later, and he's back, but can what they have be rekindled once he realizes they have a daughter?
Hostage by Vivian Wood
World-weary ex-soldier Sam isn’t expecting to find beautiful, broken Kat in the snow. When he takes her back to his hunting lodge and cleans her bruises, she tries to flee. Scared for her life. Sam is determined to protect the delicate blonde from the world, even if that means putting his life on the line. Now that he’s found her, he won’t let her go…
Lumberjack Boss by Tabatha Kiss
Wealth. Power. Wood. Three things I had more of than anybody else until Hazel showed up to protest my latest project. She won’t take my money. She doesn’t care about my family’s influence. Maybe a little wood is what she needs... and I’ve got more than enough to give her.
Bloodlines by Aubrey Irons
Once upon a time, he was my prince not-so-charming. But there are no happy ever afters with life in the Dark Saints Irish mafia. I swore I’d never come back to Boston after he pushed me away six years ago. But that’s before there was a price on my head, and I needed protection. I won’t fall for him again. Giving in to temptation this time around doesn’t mean a broken heart. It means we’re dead.
Hard Rock Promise by Athena Wright
I thought it'd be an easy job when my friend asked me to "babysit" her out-of-control brother — her playboy, arrogant, *sinfully sexy* older brother.
As the bassist in the rock band Cherry Lips, Gael's had more than his fair share of women. But his dirty, sexy words ignite my body, just as his promises of forever ignite my heart. Is Gael playing me or playing for keeps?
Crossfire by KB Winters
I'm Jameson O’Leary. When I find a sweet Irish babe on the side of the road, it’s time to get down and dirty—on and off my bike. I just pray baby girl doesn't get caught in the crossfire.
One Night Stand by Kylie Walker
Heather Blair was only going to check up on her assistant. To see how the wedding was going. She hadn’t planned on being snowed in or make a night of it with a tall, dark and sexy billionaire. Have a one night stand her assistant told her! When she finds out who he really is, the question is, will she run out the door or into his arms?
Signed SEAL'd Delivered by Holly Hart
Ripped muscle and strict discipline, that's what SEAL's are made of and exactly why Jax was hired for the job. When Jax sees Alex, the girl he loved all those years ago, his years of hard work and his career are put to the test.
A Fake Wife by Sierra Rose
Charlie’s plan: Sweep into town, pick up a fake bride, get his inheritance, and leave like the wind after a quickie divorce in Caribbean paradise, untying the knot fast enough to cause whiplash.
Jaime’s plan: Getting intimate, then signing papers over Piña Coladas and saying adios wasn’t quite her style. She knew a happily ever after with Charlie was never going to happen... unless fate intervened.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Bella Love-Wins is a USA Today Bestselling author (Alphas for the Holidays, Shifters in the Snow: Bundle of Joy, and Shifters in the Shadows). She loves writing steamy, high-action romance stories about bad boys, billionaires, and alpha males who know what they want and aren't afraid of laying claim to the women who catch their interest. She craves a happy ever after ending. In her spare time, Bella enjoys reading, hiking, the countryside, and traveling to destinations unspoiled by commercial tourism, like Las Vegas. 
 
 
 
For the next while, you'll find her plotting and writing about her latest stories in Toronto.

 
 
Willow Winters -
I like my action hot and my bad boys hotter. And I don't hold back on either one in my writing.  I'm so happy to be a #1 Contemporary Bestselling Romance Author. I'm so grateful and honored!  I actually started writing after having my little girl, Evie, December 2015. All during my pregnancy with her I read. I only wanted to read romance, and I read EVERYTHING. I would read a book a day — sometimes two.  In January 2016 I was staying up late with her and just thinking of all these stories.  They came to me constantly. And I finally sat down and just started writing. I always wanted to do it so I figured, why not? I never thought I would reach this point of success, to be honest. It’s insane to me that I have so many fans. And I love each and every one of them for all of their support.
 
Lauren Landish -
Lauren Landish is a #1 Contemporary Bestselling Romance Author. Her Sports Novel Blitzed reached #2 on the US Amazon Kindle Bestseller list and #1 in Canada in May 2016. Additionally, her other books have frequently cracked the top 10 and 20 on the Amazon Kindle Bestsellers lists.
Writing has always been her first love and she's happy to write for women who are thirsty for a little heat in the bedroom!
Lauren now resides in North Carolina with her boyfriend and her fur baby.
 
Alexis Abbott

 

Alexis Abbott writes about bad boys protecting their girls! With super steamy sex, gritty suspense, and lots of romance, she's a fixture on Amazon's best-seller and all-star lists.

 
She also writes as Alex Abbott for her erotic thrillers and contemporary romance.
She lives in beautiful St. John's, NL, Canada with her amazing husband.
 
Vivian Wood
 
 

 
likes to write about troubled, deeply flawed alpha males and the fiery, kick-ass women who bring them to their knees. 
Vivian's lasting motto in romance is a quote from a favorite song: "Soulmates never die."
 
Be sure to follow Vivian through her Vivian's Vixens mailing list or Facebook group to keep up with all the awesome giveaways, author videos, ARC opportunities, and more!
 


 

Other Authors
Crystal Kaswell
Tabatha Kiss
Aubrey Irons
Athena Wright
KB Winters
Kylie Walker
Holly Hart
Sierra Rose
 
 

 
 
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Willow -
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review 2016-09-04 17:39
Review: Dark Light Anthology Book Two
[ { DARK LIGHT BOOK TWO } ] by Authors, Various (AUTHOR) Apr-11-2013 [ Paperback ] - Various Authors

 I received this book to give an honest review.

 

So I really enjoyed book one but with this one it fell short for me. Out of all the short stories the only ones I liked were, 

Duck by H.G. Bleackley which is about a young girl whose mother is not really her mother it seems she could be a shape shifter. 

Lady of the Boat by Monique Diplock we are introduced to Lady Bronte who is a vampire on a ship let's leave that there.

Door to Door by Lori King this one was pretty crazy as there is a house that is believed to be haunted and what is a delivery van doing there with meat?

Angels in Blue Black Skies by Blaise Torrance this is where you kind of wonder about kids and the powers they have. It seems that these kids are here to change the world but exactly how will they do that?

A Full Wolf Moon- Retribution by L.D. Ricard I liked where this story was going but I wanted more back story as to what exactly was hunting this group. How did this person turn into this creature exactly? 

I wish I could pinpoint what exactly did not work for me with this book but I can not. Maybe it wasn't creepy or scary enough like the first one who knows. I did see there were authors I have never heard before so I will look into their work to see if I might enjoy them. 

If you enjoy short stories that are not quite scary then give this book a read you never know you may enjoy it more than I did. 

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review 2016-01-03 06:22
Best Jokes 2014
Best Jokes 2014 - various authors
Me and my mom found this book hilarious. Overall i love the blonde jokes and with this book being funny i died laughing. I was literally laughing so hard. I found a few jokes in there are my favorite. Some were as i say are not very funny because some are funny than others. Some i didn't even get and very hard to find funny. My sister is blonde and these jokes would be great to tease her with. I also love the yo mama jokes and i find them very funny. This is the by far funniest joke book ever. But my favorite is when she yelled into the envelope and talk about she is leaving a voice mail. So funny! I highly recommend this to anyone that can enjoy a few jokes.
 
 

 

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review 2015-03-01 10:57
Chronology
Curiosity Quills: Chronology - Various Authors

This is a collection of 25 stories that span a broad range of time. The authors are meant to be well known, though I only recognize a couple of names, like Piers Anthony.

 

The first story, Draconic King by James Wymore, is a well written Fantasy tale of the dragonslayer kind (with some differences), others include a story of a succubus spirit of a volcano, a weird story of an encounter with a ready meal and others covering a wide spectrum from Fantasy to Victorians.

 

The common factor holding them together is that the authors are all established names with credits behind them. This shows in the quality of writing in the stories. Recommended for those who enjoy a well written short story.

 

 

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text 2015-01-15 17:50
War
Gaijin: American Prisoner of War - Matt Faulkner
Above the Dreamless Dead: World War I Poetry and Comics - Various Authors,Chris Duffy
All You Need Is Kill (Graphic Novel) - Hiroshi Sakurazaka
By Eleanor Davis How To Be Happy (1st Edition) - Eleanor Davis

I've been reading  Above the Dreamless Dead for about two weeks, I'll read a couple adaptations at a time, because there is a lot to think about, and the topic of the trenches during WWI is not light reading.

 

It was interesting re-visiting some of the poetry I read in college by most notably, Siegfried Sassoon, Thomas Hardy and Wilfred Owen, on whom I wrote a research paper during my 3rd year at college.  Having the poems paired with these amazing, terrifying and sometimes beautiful visuals brought out a different understanding.  I wish this had existed back then, I think I maybe would have come away with a bit more to say than I did at the time.

 

I would recommend this graphic novel to anyone who knows a service member, especially for the end of the book which focuses on the after effects of war, the memorials we put up, but do not remember, the fact that though soldiers are told they fight to provide a peaceful future for their children, children will grow up to face yet another war, and esp. pg. 125 which speaks of Siegfried Sassoon's life and the evolution of PTSD.

 

I also read Gaijin: American Prisoner of War, which is a fictional story based on a true history.  It is about Koji, whose mother met his father in Japan and who has grown up in San Francisco.  Despite the fact that he knows no Japanese, his hair is blonde and eyes blue, after the bombing of Pearl Harbor he gets a letter saying he must report to a relocation center.  At school he is beaten and discriminated against for being a "Jap," but once at Alameda Downs, a former horse racing track converted into prison camp, he finds himself ostrasized for his American heritage instead, bullied and called "Gaijin" by a group of boys.

 

The story follows Koji as he struggles with thoughts of his Japanese father, trying to fit in with both sides of his heritage and trying to understand what is happening around him, with help from his mother and a kindly neighbor who takes him under his wing.

 

Unlike the book on WWI, this one is a children's graphic novel, with vibrant color illustrations, that focuses on what happens to immigrants when their adopted country goes to war with their birth country or that of one of their parents, as in Koji's case.

 

I would recommend this to Children, as it focuses on the common theme of growing up, fitting in and doing the right thing.  It would be good for fans of Lauren Tarshis' "I Survived" series.

 

Next I read about a fictional war in "All You Need Is Kill" which is based off a Japanese light novel of the same title.  This one was a bit...not great.  Art was ok, the plot could have used a little bit more work and the way the graphic novel paced left me feeling bored.  It starts out with a Deja Vu feeling by the main character, he's dying in the same battle over and over again.  

 

The enemy is a creature formed of a mass of cells which mimic whatever they first encounter, which for us turned out to be starfish and frogs.  That's my first "uh" moment.  Why wouldn't have been two things that lived closer together in the environment, like starfish and sharks or frogs and dragonflies or something?

 

Anyway, whatever, maybe it just chose those two things because it liked the look of them.  So next is the time travel/vortex/dream world bit.  How did that make any form of sense at all?  Just baffled me.

 

All in all, maybe try the book instead, wouldn't bother with this one.

 

Finally, and perhaps my favorite of the lot, Eleanor Davis' How to Be Happy.

 

The graphic novel is a collection of shorter and longer pieces, all done in vibrant and beautiful watercolors that span Sci-fi elements to realistic almost biographical stories.

The first story, "In Our Eden" was wonderful, hilarious and just plain interesting.  I also loved the plain black and white inked "Make Yourself Strong."  And then the fable or parable like "Seven Sacks," there is so much to love in this graphic, especially the artwork.  

 

Davis has a keen eye for detail and a witty, dry sense of humor comes through the pages as she takes a look at the world of medication, meditation, gluten free diets and the like.  My cuppa tea.

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