Sunday, July 17, 2016

Stop the Year, I Want to Get Out!

Posted by: PG Forte
So my first thought upon reading Angela Campbell's excellent post yesterday was, "OMG, yes! I am soooo over 2016!"

Any way you look at it, it's been a not-so-great year. And I know I'm not alone in thinking so. In fact, I ran across THIS POST just the other night. So, whaddaya say? Can we all just agree to cancel the next six months and celebrate the new year now? I'll start.

The best way to celebrate is with presents--am I right?  And since it occurs to me that I've written at least eight books that are set at least partially during the New Year season, why not give away some of them? Of course, not all of those books are paranormal, and in a lot of them, the New Year is barely mentioned in passing. So I've narrowed things down to three titles in which New Year's celebrations feature pretty heavily--in one way or the other.  Those books are Now Comes the Night (Children of Night book three), Ashes of the Day (Children of Night book four) and Finders Keepers--which is a stand alone story. Descriptions of all three books are posted below. I'll be picking two winners: one will receive digital copies of the two Children of Night stories, the other will receive a digital copy of Finders Keepers. Just comment below and let me know which one(s) you want. Happy New Year! and Good Luck!

Oh, and one more giveaway. There's a free erotic short story on my own blog that's set on New Year's Eve. I'm thinking of expanding it into a longer book, and once I start working on it, the freebie will be gone. So get it now, if you're interested. It's called: The Start of Something Wonderful

Home is where the heart bleeds.
Children of the Night, Book 3
Growing up, vampire-born twins Julie and Marc Fischer were taught one simple fact of life: you can choose your food, but not your family. Six months after moving to San Francisco, though, the new challenges and choices each are facing are a Gordian knot of complicated.
Marc must decide whether to stay with Conrad and Damian, the only family he’s ever known, or embrace his destiny and the unexpected family—the ferals—that comes along with it. Meanwhile, Julie is forced to deal with the unpleasant realization that the man she loves isn’t necessarily the man who’s best for her.
For Conrad and Damian, the holiday season is stirring up bittersweet memories, and neither can keep from revisiting past passion and pain.
Faced with new mysteries to solve, new alliances to forge, new secrets to keep, and old relationships to rebuild, it’s no wonder the Fischer-Quintano vampires long for the good old days—when food was food and family was all that mattered.
Warning: If you’ve previously suffered from Disco Fever, this book could precipitate a relapse. Extreme care is recommended for anyone with a pronounced weakness for mistletoe, fang play, pretty young men of either species or extremely dangerous alpha-male vampire single dads. May contain trace amounts of polyester.

Only blood can break your heart.
Children of Night, Book 4
New Year’s Eve, 1999. The world is braced for Y2K, but that’s not the only ticking time bomb in Conrad’s life. Damian wouldn’t be the first vampire to find a way to die, but Conrad is determined he will not be one of them.
Present day. Damian struggles to trust that fate could possibly be kind enough to give him a love as perfect as Conrad’s. Conrad balances on the keen edge of his own fear that one more slip of his formidable control could drive his lover away—permanently.
Julie learns the hard way it’s not just interspecies relationships that seldom work out. Even between vampires, love is not a smooth course.
Meanwhile, intrigue and conflict within the nest continue to grow, fueled in no small part by Georgia’s slipping hold on a deadly secret. Marc works to consolidate his position as leader of the ferals—and discovers that being a walking anomaly has certain advantages. Including some that are totally unexpected.
Warning: Contains more love triangles, more power struggles, more tears and teeth gnashing, and even more graphic scenes of manlove between moody, domestically inclined vampires than in previous editions. Definitely not recommended for anyone suffering from ALSSD (Auld Lang Syne Sensitivity Disorder) or with aversions to ballrooms, evening clothes, sarcasm, or close-quarter stiletto combat.

Sometimes finding what you want is the easy part.
Caleb is a bionic soldier with little-to-no memory of his past. He's seeking the truth about himself and those missing memories.

Aldo's an undercover cop who just might have the answers to Caleb's questions. But if Caleb's the man Aldo thinks he is, how can he let him get away a second time?

Then there's Sally; she's an ER physician who used to be married to Aldo's late partner, Davis. Sally's not dealing with widowhood very well. In fact, it's getting harder, every day, just to find a reason to keep getting out of bed. If the truth about the men's shared past comes to light, she could lose them both. Along with her last, best reason to go on living.

This holiday season, chance will bring them together and give them an opportunity to help one another find what they each want most. But every gift comes with a price. And keeping what they've found once they've found it? Yeah, that's gonna be the hard part.

Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Space Opera, Menage & Polyamory

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