Monday, November 23, 2015

Rocker Boy Sneak Peek!

Hey! Rocker Boy has been out for over a month and I'm just now getting around to posting about it. It's a great book. You should check it out ;)
My preciousssss

Harli is a musical prodigy with a psycho-jealous mother and a world famous grandmother. And her boyfriend? He’s the lead singer for the hottest band in the country.

And he seems to have forgotten her completely.

Harli does the only thing she can do. She breaks up with him.

Levi might have everything he’s ever wanted, but when Harli walks away, he’ll do anything—give up everything—to get her back. She’s his Sunshine, and without her, the glittering lights of fame are dark and cold. He might be living the dream, but it’s not a dream he wants if she’s not in it.

Find Rocker Boy here: Amazon  Barnes & Noble!

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Rocker Boy Cover Reveal!

Oh, hi! So it's been a while :) I have this new book releasing and I kinda like it. It's called Rocker Boy and it's all angsty and dramatic and stuff.

Wanna see the cover?

Of course you do! Check it out

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

The Soul's Agent Sneak Peek!

As you probably know (I totally just tried to spell know 'no'. This past week's flurry of activities has rotted my brain), my newest baby, The Soul's Agent, releases NEXT TUESDAY as part of a box set--14 books for .99!

I love this baby. Here's some snippets so you love it, too!

SNEAK PEEK! Shhhhhh....
Just kidding. Tell everyone

"You should see this chick, Alec. Dark, dark hair. Her eyes are huge. She's like a tiny doll in six inch heels, and her voice—"
I nearly choked on my coffee. My hand jerked so violently I spilled half the crap in my cup down the front of my bare chest as I swung toward him. "What about her voice?" I growled, ignoring the pain.
"She sings like an angel."
I swore. Again. "Hang on." I shoved past him, slamming my cup down on the counter as I went. I snatched a towel off the oven and wiped scalding coffee off my chest before I dropped it into the hamper in my room. I wished I didn't know exactly where that picture was. I wished I hadn't looked at it just yesterday. But I did, and now I snatched it out of the bedside table drawer and stormed back in to Bryson. "Is this her?"
He took the picture, looking at me before he turned his attention to it. "Yeah. This is her." He handed it back to me. "Why do you have a picture of the love of my life?"
I snarled, jerking it out of his hands. "Because she was the love of my life, once. When I was young and stupid."
"No way. Are you serious? Are you gonna have a problem with this? Because I can find a new apartment..."
I sighed, rubbing the back of my neck and searching for inner peace. "No. I don't care about her anymore. Go ahead."
He peered at me and I decided he must definitely be drunk. "You sure?"
No. "Yeah."
He gave me a lopsided grin. I'd seen girls swoon over that smile, but it just made him look half-paralyzed to me—I didn't have a clue what girls saw in it. "So, you knew who she was from her singing? Does that mean she used to sing when you were together?"
His words hit me hard and pulled me back to when I'd drive her anywhere or everywhere because she absolutely did not want to learn to drive, and she would sing to every song on the radio. It pulled me back to all the times I'd gone with her to competitions and performances and watched her rock the stage like she owned the world. But my favorite, the memories that hurt the most, where of her sitting on my bed, rubbing my shoulders after football practice, singing nursery rhymes under her breath. "Yeah. She sang when I knew her." She was my own personal angel.

Monday, August 10, 2015

****Daring Hearts AND Kindle Fire AND Kindle White Giveaway****

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On Tuesday August 18th, Daring Hearts and The Soul's Agent
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Nine **Clean and BRAND NEW** Novels + FIVE Bonus Books.

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We added my brand new book, The Soul's Agent, along with FIVE bonus books from five BEST SELLING authors. 

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 More than 2000 adventurous and romantic pages.

Genre: NA Urban Fantasy
THE SOUL'S AGENT by Wendy Knight ~ For as long as there have been people, there has been a fear of the dark. Mothers tell their children there isn't anything in the shadows that isn't there in the light.
They are wrong.
The reason humanity is afraid of the dark is because that's when demons come out to play. The ghosts that fight them can't come out until the sun goes down, either. And Soul's Agents, like Navi? They're just normal, boring people until the moon claims the sky.
And then they aren't. Death allows lost souls one last chance. Fight with the Agents against demons and darkness and evil and they won't spend eternity roasting on a spit. It seems like an easy enough choice, but apparently roasting is easy and requires little effort, and fighting, well... Fighting is hard. Twenty-two year old Navi is an Agent, and she is good at what she does. Her only distraction is the boy who broke her heart four years ago--especially when the demons she hunts start hunting him, and she's the only one who can keep him alive. 

Genre: NA Reimagining of Alice In Wonderland 
BLOOD AND SNOW 10.1: THE DARK MOTH SOCIETY by RaShelle Workman ~ "There's more to life than training. There's love, Alice Blackburn. And you are in desperate need of it..." 
In the last millennia a deadly game has raged between demons and their half-human creations, called Moths. A century ago select Moths were born with distinctive marks on the backs of their hands. It was soon discovered that those with the marks possessed the same powers as their demon parent. Over the years an elite group of warriors formed The Dark Moth Society. 
Alice Blackburn is a Dark Moth trainee. Some of her classmates call her the Queen of Hearts, but only because she doesn't share hers. There isn't time. Not for fun and especially not for Kade Everett, the injured warrior she is required to help. In just a few days, her creator, the foul demon that killed her mom will come to kill her. That's part of the game after all. And when he does, she will end him. 

Genre: YA Adventure/Suspense 
KATE UNMASKED by Cindy M. Hogan ~ Some secrets should stay dead and buried. Kate has spent her life searching for the secrets of her past--the secrets that began with her missing birth parents. After years of false hope and leads drying up, Kate finally lucks onto a promising one. 
Determined to find the truth, Kate travels to the gritty New Jersey shore. But what she finds is worse than she ever could have imagined. 

Genre: YA Time Travel Romance 
COUNTER CLOCKWISE by Elle Strauss ~ High school senior Casey Donovan is in trouble. Again. If only she had trusted in Nate's loyalty when he traveled to Spain with his college basketball team - despite the accompaniment of the cheerleading squad and Fiona the Floozy who'd made it super clear she wanted Nate for herself. Then she wouldn't have made that impulsive trip to Hollywood and let Aiden do that stupid thing that threatened her relationship with Nate, and triggered a trip into the past. Only something is wildly wrong. She's not in the 1860s like she should be. It's 1929. And she didn't come alone. 

Genre: NA Suspense 
WITNESS (Witness, Book 1) by Christine Kersey ~ College student Courtney Hartford's worries are few. That is, until she witnesses a murder. And then recognizes the murderer. His warning not to tell, coupled with his threat against her life and the life of her mother, pushes her to make a difficult decision--tell the police the truth, or let the people who are threatening her control her life. 

Genre: YA Mystery 
PAXTON PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS by Juli Alexander ~ Townsey Paxton loves to solve mysteries. It's in her blood. After her older brother leaves vet school to manage the agency and care for her, his sacrifices start to take their toll. With the aid of her diverse group of friends, Townsey decides to help. When she suspects one of the agency's clients is abusing his wife, she can't look the other way. She risks her safety to do what she knows is right, but things suddenly go terribly wrong. 

Genre: NA High Fantasy 
OF ICE AND SNOW by Amber Argyle ~ A storm is raging, and not everyone will survive. 
The child of the clanchief, Otec is the middle son in an overflowing house. When he sees his faraway village under attack, he realizes it's time to become the leader he was never meant to be.

Genre: NA Urban Fantasy

SKETCHY LOVE by Lila Felix ~ Fasta is an artist, not by choice, but by force.

Plus 5 Bonus Books...

C.L. STONE ~ Meet Kota, Victor, Silas, Nathan, Gabriel, Luke and North in a story about differences and loyalty, truth and mystery, friendships and heart-throbbing intimacy. The Academy, ever vigilant. Introductions

ELANA JOHNSON ~ If a picture is worth a thousand words then Olivia's captured Trevor's whole story. Something About Love

LEIGH TALBERT MOORE ~ She did not expect to be kidnapped walking to work. And she never expected to be a hero. Behind the Stars

RACHEL MORGAN ~ Stolen magical object? Check. Villainous faerie bad guys? Check. Complicated feelings for super hot, pain-in-the-ass assignment partner? 
Check. Not winding up dead? Working on that one. The Faerie Prince.

KATRINA ABBOTT ~ Brooklyn's new celebutante boarding school is missing one thing: boys! Taking the Reins

Genre: YA Paranormal 
THROUGH GLASS by Rebecca Ethington ~ For years I watched my best friend through the glass of our window panes, trapped inside by the monsters that took over our world. I dreamed of the day I would be with him again. But everything keeps changing, and the dead may be more alive than I thought. 

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Monday, March 16, 2015

***BONUS SCENE*** for Star Crossed Hurricane


If you haven't read Star Crossed yet, stop right there. Back away from the computer.

Unless you're like me and appreciate spoilers so you're not caught unprepared for surprises. I hate surprises.

In Star Crossed, there's a scene where Savannah and Sawyer find an underground city and a cave full of bodies. Did you wonder what that was all about? Well. Wonder no more. I give you:

The Dead Bodies Explained scene.

Savannah knocked on the door, biting her lip and glancing at Sawyer. He twined her fingers through his and kissed her knuckles.
A very old woman opened the door. “Yes? What do you want?” she asked, not unkindly.
“This is going to sound so weird…we were trapped in an old abandoned house in the woods near the Oregon coast…”
The woman’s face darkened. “Yes. I know the place. Leave me alone.”
She started to shut the door, but Sawyer was faster.  “Please, we just have a few questions. We were stuck in there overnight. We found this city—“ Sawyer made sure he turned his Texas charm all the way up.
The old woman raised an eyebrow. “You found the city? Why haven’t the newspapers been crawling all over the place then?”
Because newspapers are almost obsolete?
“We didn’t tell anyone,” Savannah said quietly, peeking at Sawyer through her hair. The place had damn near killed them. But it had also brought them together. Without that crumbling mansion, he wouldn’t have his Buttercup.
“Why didn’t you tell anyone?” the old woman croaked, voice gravelly and harsh.
Savannah shrugged. “It wasn’t our place. That house saved us--” Her fingers tightened around Sawyers, “in more ways than one.”
“But we would like to know the story behind it. The curiosity is killing us,” Sawyer put in quickly. In case the lady had any ideas about shutting the door in their faces and pretending she hadn’t heard their question.
She heaved a monumental sigh and stepped back, ushering them in. Sawyer was over six feet tall and had tattoos. Savannah looked like an angel, but still—the woman was too trusting.
You never let strangers into your home. Didn’t she know that?
“Would you like a cookie?” She held out a plate of yellow, square, crumbly…something. Savannah took one and nibbled on a corner, murmuring thank you. Sawyer took one, too. Just to be polite.
“Sit, sit. I’ll tell you the story.” She waved them to her pink floral couch, faded with age. The house smelled like tea and cats and memories, and framed pictures, many black and white, covered the walls.
“By the way, I’m Melba.”
“Nice to meet you. I’m Savannah. This is my boyfriend—“ She grinned up at him, “—Sawyer.”
 “We came from money. My grandfather’s grandfather was some British nobility. His fortune passed down through the generations. My father was a big-shot editor for one of the newspapers in California, but California was getting to crowded for him, so he packed us up—me and my sister and baby brother—and moved us to Oregon.” Her mouth turned down at the corners, and Sawyer got the distinct impression that these weren’t happy memories. “Mother wasn’t happy about that at all. Said she kept having horrible dreams. But Father never listened.” She shook her head, her wrinkled hands trembling.
Savannah glanced at Sawyer, frowning as well. This story wasn’t going to be a happy one, obviously. But what had they expected, asking about a burned nursery and a cave full of dead bodies?
“He built his dream house. Monstrously huge. Mostly to impress all his California friends who came up to visit. Mother said it was too big. As they were building the foundation, they dug up a whole graveyard.” Her eyes drifted closed as the tremors moved from her hands to her whole body. “We were supposed to tell people. Have the societies come check it out. Especially when they dug up the city right next to the house. But Father, no. He didn’t want to slow progress. So he moved all the bodies to the cave, stacked them there like sardines, and built the house right over the graveyard. Mother said moving the bodies was disrespectful. Again, he didn’t care. Until the fire.”
Savannah sucked in a breath. Absently, Sawyer ran his hand up and down her back. He remembered that room. Burned remnants of a nursery, black with utter despair.
“My baby brother died in the nursery fire. Never did determine the cause. Mother took  his tiny body, and me and sister, and we left. Never looked back. Father tried to follow us once. She told him to stay away from her. Brother was buried in here, in California. Mother was buried there a few years later.” She struggled to draw a deep breath, seeming to shake the sadness off of her. “Father went back to that big house all by himself. But he couldn’t live there knowing what he’d done. So he left. Never sold it. Just boarded it up and left. Died within a year at a construction site. But we never found his body.”
“Holy creak!” Savannah gasped as goosebumps broke out along Sawyer’s arms.
“My son went back a few years ago. Dug a doorway in. Checked things out. Then installed a big metal door and left the place quick as he got there. Now we’re just waiting for it to die, like everything else it’s touched.”