Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Tuesday Teaser--Threads of Destiny

Tuesday Teaser: Threads of Destiny, Tapestries Book 4.
A brilliant light flashed in the room. For a second, Kathryn wondered if this wasn’t what it felt like when you died. But the moment passed and she was still very much in this world. She blinked and half stood, unable to believe her eyes.
A giant of a man stood just beyond the door, a tapestry in one hand and a four-foot sword in the other.
“Kill the men. Spare the woman,” the General ordered. “She’s mine.”
The man took in the room at a glance, his eyes widening when he saw her. Swiftly, he turned back to the threat and attacked. His great sword cut through the men like a hot knife through butter. As she watched, two bloody heads rolled toward the bed. Using the distraction to their advantage, both Tienan and Logan dove for the other weapons, bringing them up and firing. Both her father and the General dove through the door, but they weren’t in time. She heard her father screaming in pain and the General yelling at him to shut up.
The stranger swung around and leapt over the bed, landing by her side. “You are unhurt?”
His accent was strange, but she understood him perfectly. “Yes.” She raised her hands to his face. He seemed so familiar. She blinked, taking in his bare chest, the arm and wristbands and the long brown hair that fell down his back. “Marc?” This was impossible. Marc was nothing but a character from a book, a figment from her dreams.
He flashed her a grin. “Kathryn.”

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Monday, January 21, 2019

Threads of Desiny is Back!

I'm thrilled to announce that Threads of Destiny, the fourth book in the Tapestries series, is back! This series was originally published by Ellora's Cave, but has been unavailable for a few years. If you have the original, it hasn't changed much. If you missed it the first time around, now is your chance to get it!

Threads of Destiny
Tapestries, Book 4

When a magical tapestry brought a beautiful and loving bride into his brother’s life, Marc Garen could not have been happier, even though he’d hoped to win her for himself. But lately his feelings of emptiness have threatened to overwhelm him, as their buoyant happiness is such a stark reminder of the loneliness that haunts his soul. Then a new tapestry appears and hurls him into a strange and violent world—and into the arms of a woman who has haunted his dreams and carries the promise of the love he so longs for.

Kathryn Piedmont is a brave and beautiful scientist, and she’s put her own life at risk to save two men who were part of a scientific experiment and are now marked for death. As the three find themselves trapped and facing certain execution, Kathryn is convinced their fate is sealed—until Marc, the ruggedly handsome warrior of her fantasies, suddenly appears in the flesh and magically transports them to safety.

With all of them now safe in Marc’s world, the three men in turn and together share Kathryn’s bed, each of them intent on satisfying her every sensual need—and each of them compelled to try to make her his own. But Marc knows that Kathryn is the one woman who can quiet the powerful stirrings in his body and his heart, and he will take her to incredible heights of pleasure to claim her for himself and make her his own for all time…

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/918633
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/threads-of-destiny-n-j-walters/1021589266
Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/threads-of-destiny-6

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Tuesday Teaser--Uncovering Annabelle

Here's a teaser from Uncovering Annabelle, a smoking hot contemporary read.

“I heard you were hot.”

At the sound of the deep, masculine voice, Annabelle came up from the floor behind her desk so fast she smacked her head on the corner. “Ouch.” She sat back on her heels and rubbed the back of her head as she glared at the man standing in front of her.

Mike Sloan. She groaned inwardly, resisting the urge to dive back under her desk and stay there. Might have known. It seemed that she was doomed to be at her worst whenever he was around. He leaned against the side of her doorway, all six feet three inches of rugged male perfection.

At least in her mind he was perfect. His face wasn’t classically handsome, but strong. The bump on his nose suggested that it had been broken, maybe more than once, and his soulful brown eyes were deep-set. His hair was a rich brown and just a bit too long for fashion. He usually kept it tied back with a leather thong. And his lips. Yum. Not too thin and not too thick. Just right for kissing.

Oh, Lord, she was just sitting here on the floor, staring at the man. What was it about him that made her lose all common sense?

He’d asked her a question. Hadn’t he? “What was it you said?” She strove for her best librarian’s voice. The one that said “I’m in charge of the situation.” It worked well for six-year-olds. But from the way Mike was grinning, it obviously wasn’t working with him. She sighed, totally disgusted with herself.

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Fresh Fiction Reviews Drakon's Tear

Fresh Fiction has reviewed Drakon's Tear.

"DRAKON'S TEAR can easily be read as a stand-alone because there is enough background information to bring you up to date. So, if you love to read about a vulnerable yet strong heroines, a hero with a protective streak, danger, intrigue and a romance that will make your heart beat faster then get your hands on DRAKON'S TEAR!" ~Annetta Sweetko

Monday, January 07, 2019

Chris De Burgh - Don't Pay The Ferryman

I've seen him in concert many times. Always amazing.
Don't Pay the Ferryman (Live 1982)