It’s always a treat to have Annie Nicholas join me, Mason. What could be even better? She brought her dynamic storytelling and cool treasures.
A Werewolf Under the Tree, Please?
Once upon a time, there was a writer who liked the things that went bump in the night and liked the things that went bump, bump, bump even better. She spent much of her time creating the characters of her dreams and lent them to her readers as fantasies. As the holiday season approached, someone asked her to compile her Christmas wish list but unfortunately the things she wanted didn’t exist.
She wrote the usual simple things like slippers and bubble bath stuff but really her mind was her very own werewolf. Something to keep her warm during those cold Vermont winters. Maybe if she wrote Santa this year he’d deliver?
What would be on your Christmas list?
Hunger burns in Connie Bences’ soul–she craves the blood of her vampire lover, Rurik, but it’s not satisfying her needs anymore. It’s driving her insane. Desperate to find help, Rurik brings her to Rio De Janeiro, where Tane rules the vampire nation.
The back-stabbing vampire almost killed her and Rurik when they’d first met, then used them to obtain his crown. She would rather stake him, but the small drop of Nosferatu blood he’d forced her to drink in Budapest is blooming into a bond, one which ties her life to his. One he won’t hesitate to manipulate.
He admits to binding her so Rurik would have to remain at his side, but their timing couldn’t be any worse. The betrayer finds himself betrayed. Tane’s rule is in upheaval and he’s forced to place his trust in two people who owe him no allegiance—her and Rurik. In the middle of a power struggle, Connie fights to keep her lover, but didn’t plan on Tane slipping into her heart.
To a lucky commenter I am giving a small bag of werewolf tears. (Really Herkimer diamonds) Lovely clear crystals for a crafter or for jewelry.
For current US and Canadian residents only and you must comment with the word Werewolf by midnight December 9th 2010 on this post.
Bonus gift! But you must follow these instructions: Oh yes, if you want to win a copy of one of my ebooks there is a hidden way on website but you need to find it.
Aequitas, Shunus, Minoans, Nox, Zombies oh my?
It was late Christmas Eve, not a snow dog was stirring, not even a polar bear. In the snowy great white north lived a chocolate confection named Mason who wrote of delicious wicked creatures.
Aequitas- Part angel and demon
Shunus- Shifters that transformed into Wolf-Sprit
Minoans- an immortal race of blood drinking day-walkers
Nox- a blood-sucking, night creatures that are void of feelings
Zombies – undead that eat cloned human to rejuvenate and cannot be destroyed.
Humans- of the species H. sapiens (The most perplexing of all)
She couldn’t pick just one as many hands were better than a few. Wink. They told her about Christmas celebrations from all over the world and throughout the ages. Then they tucked her to bed with a smile on her face.
The Aequitas, part angel and demon, have kept the balance between the forces of good and evil — until now.
When Etienne Grant is kidnapped and transformed into an Aequitas, marriage to Auria is the only thing that will save his soul.
Auria is a beautiful but efficient Aequitas, a General who wants nothing to do with love. A former lover has plans to prevent any hope of happiness with her new husband, and after murdering his own best friend and forcing Auria to join his rebellion, the balance between good and evil spirals out of control.
Can Etienne’s tenderness melt Auria’s cold heart and heal the pain of their secret pasts? Their very survival depends on it.
Contest: It’s simple. A lucky commenter on this post can win an ecopy of Aequitas I Betrayal, commenting on which creature should tuck you into bed by midnight December 9th 2010 and you’ll be entered into the contest. Open worldwide except where prohibited by law.