Monday, June 3, 2013

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Our new releases this week

Book three of Blood of the Pride

Every family has secrets, but some are more dangerous than others...

Rebecca Desjardin isn't exactly looking forward to meeting Brandon's parents. The wealthy Hanovers won't approve of Rebecca's blue-collar P.I. lifestyle--and they certainly wouldn't approve if they knew she was a cat shifter.

Rebecca's Felis senses go on high alert when Michael, Brandon's father, strong-arms her into taking a quick job for one of his employees. If she doesn't agree, Michael will dig into Rebecca's past to prove she's not fit for his son.

When Rebecca discovers a dead body, she knows Brandon's father is hiding something. And she must decide if the truth is worth risking Brandon's love.

Begin the adventure with Blood of the Pride and Claws Bared.

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A Westlake Enterprises novel, available June 4th!

It’s more than chemistry, more than love: it’s electric.
Remy Davis does her best to live in the now, never sure when she’ll be forced to run again. She loves her work at Buchanan Investigations—there’s no better place for a woman with her special talent for controlling electricity—but she knows better than to let down her guard. And then everything changes when a man from her past, the man she never stopped loving, reappears in her life.

J.D. never thought he’d see the girl he’d once loved, the woman he thought had betrayed him. The chemistry he and Remy once felt is as strong as ever. Old wounds need time to heal, but time is running out on second chances.

A villain bent on returning them to his twisted experiments has resurfaced. But this time J.D. won’t let Remy face the madman alone: he’ll harness every ounce of his abilities to rescue the one woman who turns electric in his arms.

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Links of Interest

If you missed the latest SFWA controversy, you can catch up here:
E. Catherine Tobler Dear SFWA, I’m leaving you.
Kameron Hurley Dear SFWA Writers: Let’s Chat About Censorship & Bullying
Foz Meadows Old Men Yelling At Clouds: SFWA Sexism
Ann Aguirre This week in SF
John Scalzi Presidential Statement on the SFWA Bulletin, June 2, 2013

Patrick Stewart as true hero material.

From Tia Nevitt: Troubleshoot and Rewrite a Scene in Seven Steps

Here Be Magic Group Announcements

It's Urban Fantasy week! Here's the schedule:

June 2: Joshua Root The Urban Fantasy Fractal
June 4: David Bridger Hidden in Plain Sight
June 5: Jax Garren
June 6: Jody Wallace
June 7: RL Naquin Does This Smell Right to You? An Urban Fantasy Checklist.
June 8: Sonya Clark

1 comment:

  1. This is very interesting. I wonder how her cat shifting ability will enter in the story.


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