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11-21-2011: Never to be forgotten! Today is the day that Ian Somerhalder responded to me on facebook! Hey, that may not be a big deal for you, but for me.. HUGE. *swoon*
Conversation copied from FB:
ME: Finally! After an hour of searching facebook, I find the REAL you. Hi Ian!
Ian Somerhalder: Thank you.Nice to meet you
ME: My pleasure! Thank you for taking the time to notice. :)
Ian Somerhalder: you're welcome
Ian Somerhalder: I try not to disappoint my fans!
ME: Well, you're doing a wonderful job. :) It's nice (and a bit scary) to talk to someone like you!
ME: lol... (I'm secretly freaking out cuz I got to talk to Ian! *sigh*)
Ian Somerhalder: Thank you Theresa!
ME: lol... you're welcome! Just do me a favor and don't knock when you invade my dreams tonight. The husband probably wouldn't like that. hehe!
Ian Somerhalder: well I will not:)
ME: Perfect! Thanks. LOL
Double Book Review with GIVEAWAY!
CHANGELING MOON & CHANGELING DREAM by Dani Harper
Win a copy of the first book in the series, CHANGELING MOON!
details at the end of this post…
Morning lovelies! I have a confession to make. Before getting my hands on Dani Harper’s books, I had never read a shifter book. *gasp* I know, right? I’ve had Shiver in my TBR stack for months now, but had never gotten around to reading it. Can I just say…
I’m so incredibly happy that CHANGELING MOON & CHANGELING DREAM were my first shifter reads!!!
Here’s a little… Continue reading →
When Lee Tucker’s husband commits suicide, he leaves her pregnant and one million dollars in debt to a loan shark. Out of options, she escapes to her deceased mother’s dilapidated house located in a small Oregon town that, like her, is financially ruined, heartbroken and in desperate need of a fresh start. Lee’s resilience leads to a plan for a destination restaurant named Riversong, to new chances for passion and love, and to danger from her dead husband’s debt as her business… Continue reading →
Book Review of…
by Melissa Marr
Melissa Marr is known to young adult readers as the author of the popular faery series Wicked Lovely. Her debut leap into adult fiction lands her in the small community of Claysville, a town where the dead walk free unless there their graves are not properly tended. Into this eerie maelstrom, Rebekkah Barrow descends as she returns to a place that she once believed she knew. Kelley Armstrong justly described Graveminder as “a deliciously creepy tale that is as skillfully wrought as… Continue reading →
by C.L. Bevill
Penelope Quick is a thief. Taught her skills by the best second-door man in the business, her father, she is a rarity in the field, a thief with honor. Unfortunately, her deceased father left Penelope with debt and obligations. Consequently, she steals from crooks and supports her disabled mother. On the fourth of July during a dazzling display of fireworks that occupies half the city, Penelope breaks into the one house she should have left alone. The house is owned by a consortium and has shady objectives,… Continue reading →
by Ruty Aisling
Published By Kephra Publications
Published: July 01, 2011 (Smashwords)
Age advisory: 17+
An old Indian legend of shapeshifters haunts a young woman who is following reports of large wolves in the area. Isolated in a cabin deep in the New Hampshire woods, she finds romance with a young Abenaki man with deep green eyes and learns that wolves can also become men.
This was a thoroughly enjoyable read. I loved the story from beginning to end. It is very short, only about sixty-eight pages in length, but jammed packed with action and Indian lore. … Continue reading →
This book contains the first three novelettes in the Day of Sacrifice series: Day of Sacrifice, Rebellion and Dormant.
The stories are also available individually.
Day of Sacrifice: With only three days left until her twenty-first birthday, her Day of Sacrifice, Flora Hamilton should be living it up. But when another Supernatural family puts a hit on her she’s forced to go into hiding with Julian, her gorgeous new Guardian Angel. Sometimes running for your life isn’t so… Continue reading →