Born for You on SALE!

It’s getting close to Halloween and that means we embrace the Spirit World and all that goes with it; ghosts, witches, goblins, haunted houses, maybe even … candy corn (cue Friday the 13th music).

It’s also autumn, and while it’s been a lot warmer than normal lately, it’s finally starting to get cooler now. Hot chocolate, bonfires, wearing flannel, changing leaves and curling up under a blanket with a book. All those things are comforting and I feel like this time of year, is the best time of year.

With that being said, I can offer you one thing on the list of great fall “things.” From October 21st to the 28th (longer on some sites), Born for You will be on sale from 3.99 to .99! That’s a huge discount. I’m not going to lie, I hope it gets you interested in the rest of the Paranormal B&B series too. I love the men in Prenter’s Bottom, North Carolina and I want you to meet them. Here’s a brief introduction of the men in Born for You.

Born for You introduces us to Matson Ashby, a small-town boy who was the captain of his football and track teams, history buff and man obsessed with a man who died over one hundred years before. He’s felt the energy of Josiah Turner in his home since he was a small boy. Recently Matson has inherited his grandmother’s huge plantation-style home. Should he sell it or stay in a homophobic town where he’s not welcome?

Josiah Turner was little more than a child when he fought in the Civil War. He returned to a destroyed land with only his sick parents and not much else, only to be murdered thirty-eight years later. He haunts the home he grew up in,  too bitter to move on until Matson comes into his miserable life. He’s shocked that he develops a sexual attraction to another man, but can’t deny his feelings. But he’s a ghost anyway, so does it matter?

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If you’d like to read about a love so huge, that Hecate, Queen of the Underworld has to step in to nudge a reluctant ghost, you can get your copy at one of these sites. It’s already .99 at Changeling but will be available at that low price on the rest of the sites on Monday.

Born for You on Changeling Press

Born for You on Amazon

Born for You on Barnes & Noble

Born for You on Kobo

Born for You on iTunes

IRL: In Real Life (An After Oscar Novel, Book 1)

A M/M Romance

Heat level: Steamy Rating: Five Stars

I love all things, Lucy Lennox. I’ve hunted down and downloaded her entire Made Marian and her Forever Wilde Series. I recently got the chance to read her newest venture; a collaboration with her sister Molly Maddox. I expected something great, but I got so much more than I even hoped. It begins with an accidental wrong number text and snowballs from there. It’s hot and the tension is strung tight for a while, but not so long the reader can take a breath and lose all interest. These ladies are very good and keeping the reader flipping pages to see what happens next.

First, I love books where I can see a character develop and grow. No one in, well real life, (pun intended) stays the same. With every event, either big or small, that happens to us changes us in some way. That’s good, usually. During this book, the main characters Wells Grange and Conor Newell come from two very different worlds, and that’s where these brilliant authors grab you. You have a suspicion that it’ll be a HEA, but you aren’t quite sure who’ll do the changing to make that possible.

Wells comes from a very wealthy family and through experience, learns that you can’t trust anyone in business. He’s hard, unrelenting and is known by the well-earned moniker “Glacier Grange.” And Conor, well, he’s a shy, sweet awe-shucks, people pleaser from a little town in North Carolina. Two opposite ends of the spectrum in background and love. One is a straight up commitment-phobe and the other, well he dreams of meeting The One.

To be honest, I would read Wells’ side of the story and go between liking the guy and wanting to strangle him. But isn’t that the hope of all readers, to be drawn into a character so much that your emotions are bouncing along with them on their journey?

And Conor? I just wanted to wrap that boy up and take him home and feed him like I would my kid. I ended up rooting for both characters to the point I kept looking at the percentage of the book read, and hoping I wasn’t nearing the end of the book. Again, something readers relish; a book so well written and so good you don’t want it to end.

Just when I thought I knew what was going to happen, the authors led me to a completely different way. I like that. I like being surprised thinking “I know what’s going to happen here” but then to have my head snapped into a totally different way, it’s fun.

If you get this book, I know you’ll enjoy it at, and then you can check out other books by Lucy Lennox and Molly Maddox. I already have all of Lucy’s book and plan on check out her sister’s work as well.