Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Angels and Demons Blog Hop

Howdy y'all!

Guess what happens starting on Thursday? We're hosting a Blog Hop! Me, along with 102 other Authors, Bloggers, and Reviewers are hosting an Angels vs Demons Blog Hop!

We want to know: Angels or Demons...who do you want?
From June 28th - July 1st, you can HOP around the blogs, comment on each and follow their rules, and be entered to win over 100 giveaways.

Yep. I said 100 GIVEAWAYS.

Each blog will have it's own giveaway, PLUS we have TWO grand prizes.

ONE Commenter from the blogs will win a KINDLE TOUCH

another Commenter will win a $60 Amazon or Barnes & Noble Gift Card!

Yep! We're doing THAT MUCH. You can comment on 1 or all 103 and be entered up to 103 times for the grand prizes. 

So come around those days and do your best to win!

Good luck y'all!


New blog, first Blog Hop, what a way to get my feet wet. I love anything and everything paranormal. I have not written anything about Angels and Demons...yet. My stories are werewolf and vampire mixed with fairies and other shape shifting characters. Looks like I may be expanding to include some demons in a few upcoming stories. Where there are demons there have to be Angels.  

As a participant in the blog hop, I will be giving away the following;
1 signed copy of No Remorse and A Justified Kill with bookmarks
1 ebook No Remorse
1 ebook A Justified Kill
1 ebook One Bite To Passion

Be sure to leave a comment and be entered to win the grand prize listed above and visit all the sites below for other giveaways. 


A Two Day Virtual Book Trailer Tour

Book Title: Back To You
Author: Natalie-Nicole Bates
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Publisher: Bradley Publishing
Publication Date: January 30th, 2012
Words: 26,000

Book Description:

"On the surface, Lynsey Reznor seems to have it all. She is beautiful, brilliant, and a successful true-crime writer who has been living the past decade in Miami. But what Lynsey lacks is what she needs the most—a family.

After the death of her mother, and yet another failed relationship, Lynsey makes an impulsive decision to return to her hometown of Unity. But Unity will present its own bittersweet memories, most notably, her first love, Nick Lincoln.

Twenty years ago, Nick broke teenager Lynsey’s heart when he decided to marry another. He had his own private reasons—reasons he never explained to Lynsey. Now she is back, along with a chance to reclaim her love. But Lynsey wants answers from him that he may never be able to give out of duty and guilt.”

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When he heard her, he came to her, took her into his arms, and kissed her. It was a comfort that he wasn’t regretting their lovemaking. She didn’t think she could handle being rejected by him twice in her lifetime.
     “Do you have to leave soon?” she asked.
     “I’m sorry. I don’t want to, but I have to.” He went to the stove and prepared her a cup of coffee. “I think we should start planning our wedding. We could be married at Christmas.”
     She was taken aback. Is this his proposal?  This was supposed to be so romantic and memorable, not talk about planning a Christmas wedding while he stirred a cup of coffee.
     “Do you even want to get married?” She took the coffee mug he offered. “I mean, it wasn’t that long ago that you told me you weren’t sure you ever wanted to be married again. You said you didn’t see fatherhood in your future, and Nick, I want a baby…more than one. I grew up as an only child and I was so alone. I don’t want my child to have to experience that.”
     “Well, I didn’t use a condom last night. You could be pregnant right now,” was his reply.
     Heaviness descended upon her heart. This was so not how she wanted this morning to be, and certainly not the marriage proposal she had dreamed of. “I’m on the Pill—I won’t get pregnant if that’s all you’re worried about.”
      “I’m sorry, that’s not the only reason we should get married.”
     “Then why?” she asked suspiciously.
     He let out an exaggerated sigh. “Lynsey, I don’t have time to get into this with you right now. What do you want me to say in the five minutes I have before I leave for work?”
     She couldn’t believe his glib attitude.  “How about saying something to me like…‘I love you, Lynsey, and I made a tremendous mistake by not marrying you twenty years ago?’ That would take you less than thirty seconds to say, and you could have easily gotten to your precious job on time.”
     Suddenly his jaw set and his eyes narrowed. “I didn’t make a mistake by not marrying you twenty years ago! I let you go to become a success in life—and you did. I can’t regret that!”
     “So, what I thought all these years was correct. I was nothing to you but a quick and easy way to shed your virginity.” Just saying the words was devastating.
     “That’s not it at all,” he vehemently insisted. “You were always so intelligent. I mean, you were a sixteen-year-old senior in high school! Just how many grades did you skip over, anyway?”
    “Two,” she answered in a low voice.
    “Do you know what would have happened if I hadn’t married Kelly?” He didn’t wait for her reply. “I’ll tell you what. You and I would have been ostracized by everyone in this town! We would have had to be married right away, and we would have had to live with your mother, because I had no money.”
     “My mother loved you. She would have been happy to have us live with her,” she interjected.
     “And we were so naïve, Lynsey. You would have graduated high school with either a big belly, or a baby in your arms…if you had graduated at all.”
     She crossed her arms over her breasts and looked at the floor. She was too afraid that if she looked at him she would break down. “Some of the girls in school were married. A few of them had babies.”
     He lifted her chin and forced her to make eye contact with him. “And you were too smart to be stuck in this town, and just another housewife. You would have become bored and resentful.”
     “I wouldn’t have known the difference,” she countered.
     “I had serious doubts then. I still have doubts now,” he admitted.
     Her dark lashes flew upward. “What is that supposed to mean?”     
    “I believe that you will become bored and restless in Unity and will want to go back to Florida or maybe California. I have a job and a family here, Lynsey. I don’t ever want to give that up. I’m afraid that we’ll have a child, and you’ll take my baby and leave. I can not allow that to happen.”
     She couldn’t believe what he was saying. Nothing was further from the truth. “Do you think I would have sunk so much of my savings into that house just to abandon it? I would never, ever do what you’re saying. But if circumstances changed, I would expect you to support what was best for our family. Couples who are committed make sacrifices for each other!”
     It was becoming clearer and clearer that things were rapidly falling apart between them.
     “Lynsey, didn’t what happened between us last night mean anything to you?” he asked.
     She chuckled unpleasantly. “I suppose that with us living in such close proximity, last night was inevitable. But don’t worry about it happening again, Nick. When you get home this evening, I won’t be here.”     
    “Where are you going to be?”
     She wanted to hurt Nick like she was now hurting. “I’m sure that Caleb wouldn’t mind me bunking down at his house for a week or two.”
    “Over my dead body,” he seethed. “I will drag you away from him kicking and screaming if it comes to it. I’ll handcuff you to my bed if need be. Believe me, Lynsey, I’ll do it!” He flopped down into a kitchen chair and buried his face in his hands.
     “I have to go now, Nick. I’m meeting your sister for breakfast. Listen to me. You need to pull yourself together. In your line of work, bad things happen when you lose your concentration.”
     When he didn’t reply, she let out a sigh of resignation and headed for the door. At the last minute she turned to him. “Thanks for almost making it happen between us.”

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Friday, June 22, 2012

BC Brown Touch of Darkness Blog Tour

Thank you B.C. BROWN for inviting me to be a part of your blog tour for:
 A Touch of Darkness and Touch of Madness  

Book Blurbs

Abigail St. Michael, a former cop, has joined the recently growing ranks of metaphysicals, individuals with abilities outside that of normal human nature. When a murderer stalks her town killing children, Abbey uses her ability of touch clairvoyance to hunt him down. Her only roadblock is that her murderer seems to have his own unique talent, the ability to 'wipe' his victims and their surroundings of any metaphysical energy. With little physical evidence and no supernatural evidence, Abbey is forced to rely on instinct and luck to solve the case. However both Abbey's luck and instinct seem to have taken a permanent vacation as the victims keep piling up with the killer's escalating blood lust.

Abbey St. Michael, former cop and psychic consultant, is trapped in a tricky situation. When her ex-husband enlists her specialized help in bringing his new fiancee's killer to justice, Abbey finds herself obligated by guilt to take a case she knows is bad news both professionally and personally. But when her former boss gives her the evidence collected to date, Abbey realizes this case may end up being worse than she thought. With the clock ticking to prove the killer's guilt, she needs to assuage herself of her ex-husband's guilt and rectify her professional life with her personal life. But when the murders take a turn, Abbey realizes this case may end up changing her life and her future forever.

About the Author

B.C. Brown was born with six fingers on each hand endowing her with super powers, thus enabling her to fight crime.  When a freak Cuisinart accident severed the additional digits and her powers, B.C. was forced to fall back on her secondary talent -writing.  Now she lives between the pages of a book - whether she has written it or not.  Since she has not found the surgeon to restore her fingers and powers, she has published three novels to date and contributed to one anthology.  She enjoys writing mystery, paranormal romance, science fiction and fantasy but is always in the mood for a challenge to branch out.  You can follow her crime fighting or writing at her blog, Facebook, Twitter, or Goodreads.

Author Interview

Please describe TOUCH OF DARKNESS in 25 words or less:
Love sucks. Add a murderer stalking your town. Oh, yeah, and knowing every detail of your lover's life because you're a clairvoyant.

What inspires you to your stories?
I find constant inspiration around me. In my dreams, in everyday life. I simply make it weirder. But my biggest inspiration to write is the fact that I'd go mad if I didn't. Yeah, yeah, very cliched sounding, I know. But, really, if I didn't write I wouldn't know how to fill my down time. I have very little talent in other areas of my life - passable dancer, banshee-wail of a singing voice, my stick figures are lopsided, black and two left thumbs for gardening and crafts. What I do have is the ability to make words play nice together. I figure, since I am lackluster in most other aspects of my life, I should put a little time and effort into that which I did come by naturally. And that's pretty good inspiration on a whole.

Do you have a special place you write?
As long as I have my laptop, I could care less where I write. Relative comfort is a requirement, however. And the ability to balance the laptop on something sturdy and stable. I drum fingers when I'm stuck.

Do you have a playlist while writing, anything special you do while you write?
It's hardly a secret anymore, but I require gummy bears to write. I set them up like rows of gooey soldiers and pop them from time to time to keep the Muse fueled and happy. As for music, I can't stand it while writing. But I can't live without it while editing.

What do you do when you get writers block?
I sit and stare at that @#$$&ing cursor more than I type. And I type a lot. Writer's Block (the dreaded WB) comes to every writer. And those who claim they've never had it are fibbing. Big time. WB is as inevitable in writing as laryngitis is to a singer. What I do about it, however, is maybe a little different than other writers. Whenever I find myself blocked from writing, I pen faster, harder, and more often. But you're blocked?! That's what you're saying right? Well, yes; I am. But only on that project. For whatever reason, my chatty Cathy characters have zipped lip and shunned me. Contrary to their ego, however, they aren't the only game in town. Plenty of other characters are muscling in, demanding a little time from me. I can work on other projects. Nothing is set in stone for release dates. 1-2 unspecified projects a year allow me wiggle room.

How long does it take you to write a story?
Some stories work their way out of me in a short amount of time. Others are more... difficult. On average, though, it takes about ten months for me to start and finish a WIP. Then there is final editing, beta reading, and book formatting. One project takes me (approximately) sixteen months to complete. Of course, I could probably cut this down considerably if I didn't work on so many different projects at once.

How many books have you written? Are they part of a series?
I have written three full-length novels. I've contributed to one short story anthology. My first novel (published under a pen name) is part of a fantasy trilogy. The other two books, however, are hung up in litigation with the publisher. My second and third novels are paranormal mysteries (or romance, depending on who you ask) and are part of the same basic series. While each novel could be read in specific order, they are stand alone books. Since they have the same heroine in each, however, reading them in order would be more insightful to her emotional development as a character. But not necessary. She's just plain fun no matter what order you read the books.

What other project are you working on?
Well, it would be specifying but... I'll go ahead and speak up. I'm working on several projects. I'm a renowned (insane) multi-tasker. So here goes: a spin-off book from my paranormal world in my most recent novels; a third book in my current paranormal series; a short fiction anthology of all my work; a post-apocalyptic romance; and a possible second spin-off of my paranormal world (only roughly thought out and outlined, so no promises!). This doesn't even include the two separate fantasy novels I'm tinkering with, or the two other romance/mysteries I'm considering. 

If your book(s) were made into a TV Series, what actors would you choose to play your characters?
I've been asked this several times. In truth, I have a very hard time deciding. I would certainly want someone who meets the physical requirements of each character but also has the right acting chops to pull them off. Since I know very little about directing, producing, or casting a film, I'd have to rely on those professionals' inputs. I do favor Leo DiCaprio in just about anything he's done. And I'm fond of Erika Alexander as an actress. They would both be great for leading roles for my current paranormal series.

What is your favorite paranormal movie?
Poltergeist. Love ghosts and most anything to do with them.

Who are your favorite authors?
I have gads of favorite writers. Nearly every novel I've ever picked up has influenced my writing in one manner or other - either challenging me to better my skill or challenging me to put out a work better so readers don't run away, screaming, forever. It would be incredibly difficult to list all or even part of my favorites. But these novelists inspired me to be a better writer: George R.R. Martin, Jacqueline Carey, George Orwell, Terry Brooks, and Neil Gaiman.

Do you read the genre’s you write?
Yes and no. I am very selective about the paranormal books I choose. I am not a overt fan of vampires or were-creatures. Most of the stories bore me. But I do love ghosts, paranormal abilities like ESP, etc., and other paranormal creatures like fairies etc. I am also a big fan of murder mysteries. I especially love a good, well-written who-done-it. And I do read romance from time to time. Usually one with a good mystery. I devour fantasy novels, however.

What are your next 5 books on your too be read pile?
Just five? Wow, that limits it. Not including book reviews I need to complete. There is: Before The Fall by Orna Ross, Chop Suey by Ty Hutchinson, Dead By Dawn by Juliet Dillon Clark, Open Season by Archer Mayor, and Ms America and the Offing on Oahu by Diana Dempsey.

If you could date one of your characters, who would it be? Why?
My characters are way too screwed up to date. Even the nicest character is profoundly flawed in their own way. And, since I know all those flaws, I'm not going anywhere near those people!

What has one of your fans said that has made your day?
I have several fans that harangue...I mean, contact me regularly asking for 'the next thing'. They don't care what it is, just as long as I wrote it then they want it. I think that is the best compliment I've ever received from fans. Don't get me wrong, I'm thrilled people love certain characters in my stories. But it touches my heart to know that, as an author, if I choose to deviate away from a genre or series, my fans will still be there for me.

Do you have any advice for aspiring authors?
Stop worrying about getting published. Keep it simple: Write, edit, re-write, edit. That will take up a lot of your time and brain power. Once you've completed those steps at least three times, then and only then worry about getting published.

Anything else you would like to add?
I write for two reasons: 1) my brain would swell and my eyeballs explode if I didn't, and 2) because I like to entertain. No matter how shy the writer seems to be, we never get tired of talking to our fans. We love to hear from you, hear your take on our stories. Good or bad experiences with our writing, we appreciate the time you took to read it and the time you took to give us your input. That being said, we love feedback. We especially like it publically displayed when we can get it. Which isn't often. Already having invested so much time into reading our work, most of us would like two more minutes of your time. Write us a review or rate us at whatever your favorite book distributor is. You could absolutely adore our book, think it is so wonderful you've recommended to all your friends, but if you don't review or rate it some place we frequent (think Amazon, Goodreads, most of us or on Facebook and Twitter - just tag us) then we'll never know. So, if you've never a chance to meet the author who has entertained you for several hours, tell us another way. For me, writing the darned book fulfills #1 of why I write. Having you stop by, tweet, status update, whatever fulfills the second reason I write. Talk to me; I likey the words.

Vampire or Werewolf
Yuck. Neither.
Beach or Mountains
As long as they both have power outlets for my laptop then I'm an equal opportunist.
Coffee or Tea
Tea. Definitely tea.
Wake early or sleep in
Sleep in. Stay up late. Sometimes really late.

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Blog Tour Dates

June 8 - Nichole Severn 

June 13 - The Eclectic Artist's Cave (canceled)

June 20 - Kristina Yeager  

June 22 - MaryLynn Bast 

June 24 - J. Travis Grundon   

June 26 - Lissalynn Reviews

June 27 - Amberr Meadows 

June 30 - Indie Book Promotions 

Whisper Cape Blog Tour June 18 to June 24


A powerful woman, an extraordinary man, and a maniac who wants to destroy them. Fate has brought them together, but will it make them stronger or destroy them all in end?

Escape to a world where the impossible becomes possible and sparks ignite.

WHISPER CAPE is a town of secrets and Addison MacKenna soon becomes tangled in a web of them. Plagued with nightmares of her father's sudden and brutal death, Addie struggles with her anguish and refuses to believe his demise was accidental. 

Fighting to shake off one of those devastating early morning nightmares, Addison finds it even harder to escape from the vision of a man lying on the side of the road--a man she may have just killed. When she frantically tries to locate him, he seemingly disappears, just the beginning of strange occurrences in her life. She also cannot ignore the weird sensations in her own body. Suddenly, the impossible seems possible, but is that a blessing or a curse? 

Believing that her continual and worsening nightmares are both the key to her own new abilities and the clue to her father's death, Addie knows she will not rest until she has the answers she craves. As she strives to cope with her new remarkable talents, someone else learns of her abilities--a disgruntled maniacal psychopath with his own agenda that involves eliminating Addie. The only one who can protect her, instruct her in the use of her powers and teach her how to destroy the murderous monster is the same man who makes Addie's heart race and her blood heat with passion. The same man she'd left for dead. 

Cael Sheridan may be arrogant and mysterious but he's also undeniably gorgeous. A member of a secret society, he is sworn to protect the woman he believes to be the daughter of his recently murdered mentor. In the process, he finds it impossible to resist her magnetic sensuality, complicating his efforts to shield and guide her as she learns to manage her newly acquired skills. At the same time, Addison has much to teach him about trust and commitment. Fate has brought them together, but will it make them stronger or destroy them both in end?


The first book is a good start to a new series. Like most first books, it starts with a slow beginning but quickly picks up. 

After her father dies mysteriously, Addie, a 26 year old, begins to have nightmares every night. She has a hard time figuring out what they mean and ties them into the strange note her father had left for her.

Moving to Oregon where her father and aunt grew up, she works in the restaurant Cliff Hanger, located in Whisper Cape. She is introduced into the paranormal world. Suddenly Addie discovers a hidden talent she never knew she had.  With her telekinetic abilities she can control electrical devices.

Cael is on a quest to find a powerful crystal and is associated with a sacred book. He has supernatural skills of his own (teleportation).

When Cael shows up, Addie thinks she has run him over with her truck and is surprised to see him all over town. Once she approaches him and they start talking, they are immediately attracted to one another. When women who look like Addie start showing up dead, Cael feels he must protect her. This gives their romance a chance to heat up.

Throughout the pages, we are introduced to new characters, a secret society with shape shifters among other being. The story has a mixture of romance, lots of sex and action with supernatural/paranormal twists and turns that will keep you guessing as to who the villain really is. The author gives lots of details with vivid descriptions that drew me into the story, making me feel as if I was there with the characters. The story is well plotted and everything is tied together in the end and leaves you knowing exactly what has happened.  A great stand-alone story, I am looking forward to reading the second book in the series to see how the author continues the storyline.


I daydream often. If I didn't write, I think my mind would explode from an overload of fantasy and weirdness. To the annoyance of my friends and family, my characters sometimes become a part of my world. During my childhood, I would frequently get in trouble in school for daydreaming. Eventually, my vivid imagination paid off and I had the privilege of writing and co-directing my sixth-grade class play--a dreadful disaster; though not from my writing, of course, I must blame it on the acting.  The craft of writing, although dormant for years, never really left me. Many years later, and with the help of technology, I let my imagination run wild again. Born in a small town in Pennsylvania, I enjoy writing about characters living in small quaint towns. I tend to lean toward the unusual and spooky. I read all genres but I love reading paranormal romance and like writing in that genre. My paranormal playing field delves into a different milieu, abandoning vampires and werewolves, but not discounting them. Someday I might like to write a novel about vamps and those furry creatures. But for now I like the bizarre mixed with romance. A strong hero or heroine confronted with extraordinary forces of nature, powers and capabilities gets my blood running. I live in Northern California with my very romantic husband, my small yippy dog, Riley, and my humungous black cat, Saké. My family consists of his and her children; four wonderful sons and one beautiful daughter, six grandchildren and another on the way. My greatest love in life is my family and those large and ever growing holiday dinners. I enjoy traveling. I hate running, but do it once in a while. Reading and writing are my favorite pastimes. 


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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

FMB Blog Tours - Ancient Canada by Clinton Festa

This tour was put together by FMB Blog Tours.

Ancient Canada by Clinton Festa

Book Title: Ancient Canada
Author: Clinton Festa
Genre: Fantasy
Publisher: SynergEbooks

Book Description:

“Ancient Canada is a fantasy epic and a story of mythology for an alternate Canada.  Because of her unique ability to see life and death, Lavender is exiled from her home.  With the help of her sister Marigold, she survives in the wild using her gift.  The two encounter various characters and creatures along their journey, not all human and not all friendly.  Each chapter is narrated by one of these characters or creatures, sharing their personal story as well as their encounter of the two sisters.  Together the chapters link to bring Lavender and Marigold’s epic, the mythological story of Ancient Canada.”

My Review
Ancient Canada by Clinton Festa is a fantasy, paranormal, historical, drama, blended perfectly to create a new intriguing world.The author has a unique writing style. Like Stephen King, the story is told from several different points of views, in the end merging together to complete the story. Each chapter you get to meet a new character, be it person or creature, and hear their back story as we journey through the book.

This was a very enjoyable read because the story was well thought out, giving great descriptions and details. The one thing that caught my attention and I liked was each characters eyes, a nifty way of identifying who they were.

Traveling the world, Lavender and Marigold are sisters with special abilities who create a book, The Aliments of Life and Death, listing different things from cures to information on poisonous materials, basically creating a survival guide for the world. Along the way the sisters fight to right the wrongs of the world while discovering new places, people, ancient relics and so many other things throughout the pages.

If you enjoy immersing yourself in a world of adventure and something new, I highly recommend picking up Ancient Canada. I don’t think you will be disappointed, I wasn’t. 

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It had happened. Simon had seen his second child.

Quietly and peacefully, she opened her eyes, quite soon after birth. Perhaps the brilliance of the sky overhead opened her eyes itself, and if so, it was our first indication that she had the ability of sight.

“I’ve never seen that color before,” said the medic.

“Nor I,” said Simon. “They are clear, not even murky, as Marigold’s when she was first born.”

“Are those truly purple eyes, or is that just an effect of the Lights?”

“No, they are genuinely purple. Or maybe a sort of violet.”

“Or maybe Lavender,” spoke Simon. Once I told him what the peddler had said earlier, about the lavender I traded from him, we agreed on her name. I did not expect the color to be her permanent shade, but to this day they are identical to when she first opened them.

About the Author

Clinton Festa, raised in Rockland County, NY, is son to two educators and grandson to four.  Clinton studied animal science with the intention of pursuing a doctorate in veterinary medicine.  However, after graduation Clinton began flight training and has worked in aviation for the last ten years.

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If you are following the tour, here is the Link to full tour schedule:

Tour Schedule:
June 11th- Erotic Romance With a Bite...Leigh Savage (Giveaway/Author Interview)
June 12th- Amy's Book World (Promo Post/Giveaway)
June 13th- The Book Connoisseur (Promo Post/Character Interview)
June 14th- Ramblings of an Amateur Writer (Author Interview & Promo Post)
June 15th- The Jeep Diva (Book Review & Giveaway)
June 16th- Ramblings of an Amateur Writer (Promo Post)
June 17th- The Bunnys Review (Author Interview & Giveaway)
June 18th- Tricia Kristufek (Promo Post)
June 19th- Full Moon Bites (Promo Post)
June 20th- Heart Of A Wolf (Book Review & Giveaway)
June 21st- Fangs For The Fantasy (Book Review & Giveaway)
June 22nd- The Avid Reader (Book Review & Giveaway)
June 23rd- D. VonThaer (Book Review & Giveaway)
June 24th- Simply Infatuated (Author Interview & Promo Post)

Monday, June 18, 2012

Marilyn Bostick Reviews A JUSTIFIED KILL

Amber will go to any lengths to avoid the werewolf council who hunts her – even leaving behind the one person she cares for the most. Traveling across the US, she avoids other packs and remains on the run by working in backwoods bars.
Always alone, she never gets involved. One day she overhears a conversation by one of the bars patrons.  With her senses on high alert, Amber cannot ignore the warning signs. Following the man to his campsite, she finds out why.
Amber must decide if she can allow herself to be drawn in to rescue the person being held hostage. Or should she stick by her rules of not getting involved? With the impending first shift to werewolf, her bloodlust will take over. Can she go against her personal rule of not killing a human, and if so, would it be A JUSTIFIED KILL?
Release Date:  June 8, 2012

Publisher: Werewolf Tails Publishing

ISBN: Paperback – 978-1477620298

ISBN: eBook - 978-0985754600

Genre: PNR – Short Story
Well ladies and gentlemen, this year's most innovative author MaryLynn BasT, creator of The Heart of A Wolf series, has done it again with A Justified Kill.
This is a short, terrific read you will want to finish in one sitting. The story is the prequel her followers have been waiting for. A Justified Kill tells us in vivid detail of Amber's first shift. The shift is a violent and painful change she is not sure she will survive, but the desire to fulfill her true nature and let her wolf run is strong. This event isn't something she could prevent if she wanted. On and off for days her wolf pushes at her mind, body and soul during a time of great danger.
Amber is finally experiencing her first change running wild and free her wolf unbound when she stumbles across a miserable dump of a camp. From within a tent she hears the wretched crying of a girl. She has found the latest missing girl. Horrified and angered to a point she could lose control of her wolf Amber has identified the girl's abductor, rapist and would be murderer. Does she give into her wolf demanding to viciously kill the man who is responsible for some much death and misery? Amber has a soft heart and finds she cannot walk away. Will she allow her wolf’s bloodlust to take over and kill a human? If she does, would it be A Justified Kill

Little girls, this seems to say, never stop upon your way, never trust a stranger friend, 
no-one knows how it will end! 
As you’re pretty, so be wise! Wolves may lurk in every guise! 
Now, as then, it’s simple truth, sweetest tongue has sharpest tooth!

Rosaleen, The Company of Wolves

About the Author

MaryLynn Bast moved to Las Vegas in 2010 from Texas, where she grew up. She works as a consultant with a contractor for the US Military, traveling from base to base across the US and around the world. Whenever possible, MaryLynn enjoys spending time with her husband, children and friends. In her free time she writes paranormal fantasies, loves to read and travel.

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