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YALit Giveaway Event!

A bunch of authors who got together to bring you a YOUNG ADULT Big Box of Paperbacks Giveaway! One lucky winner is going to win FIFTY (50) Young Adult Paperback Books! How’s that for an epic Book-Lover’s Prize?!

THIS BOX OF BOOKS IS VALUED AT OVER $500! And this giveaway is open worldwide! Our first giveaway went to a winner in ROMANIA–and yes, we’re willing to pay the insane shipping on this oversized, overweight package to get the prize to WHOEVER wins!

Here’s a sneak peek from a couple of the sponsors:

Adrenaline Rush by Cindy M. Hogan

As I hurtled toward my destination at 500 miles an hour, I pulled out a notebook, placed it on the shiny mahogany table in front of me, and scribbled a quick to-do list. Pick out an outfit. Get folders and notebooks. Switch into fourth period drama. I chewed on the end of my pen. Oh yeah—just one more thing. Get kidnapped.

According to my pre-mission briefing, kidnappings were up in the States by five percent over the last five years. The significance of which didn’t hit me until I found that the statistics for kidnappings had remained static for a good thirty years. The spike caught the attention of the FBI, and they put their best men on it. The problem? Right when they thought they’d discovered the pattern of the kidnappers, it seemed to change.

We hit some turbulence, and the force of it pulled me out of my reverie. I sucked in a deep breath, my hands resting on the soft leather side arms of my big comfortable seat as the Gulfstream jet jumped. I let the rollercoaster feeling wash over me like a wave, forcing myself to enjoy every last tingle. I only had this flight and a few hours tonight to assume my new thrill-seeking alias—the one that would lure the kidnappers and save the day before the pattern changed again. I might as well make the most of it.


Chosen Wolf (Curse of the Moon #2) Excerpt

The full moon inched higher in the night sky, growing bigger and brighter by the moment. One by one, the members of the pack ran behind the Moonhaven mansion to remove their clothes before they tore to shreds as their bodies turned from men to wolves. Howls sounded in the distance.

Toby squeezed my hand, holding my gaze. “Maybe this will be the month you can finally shift again, Victoria.”

Sharp pains ran through my body. My right hip cracked. I bit my tongue, trying not to cry out in pain. My skin felt on fire as fur tried to poke through, but couldn’t.

His face tensed, a pained look in his eyes. “Are you shifting?”

I shook my head. There was nothing normal about this, and it was proving to be more difficult and painful than my other months of un-shifts. Each one grew worse than the last.

Toby scooped me up, carried me inside, and helped me onto my bed. “I can’t keep my wolf inside any longer. I’m sorry.”

“It’s okay.” I fought to keep my voice steady. Tears threatened.

He brushed hair from my face and kissed my forehead. “Ziamara’s upstairs sleeping. She said to wake her if you need anything.”

“I’ll be fine.” I grimaced, the pain nearly choking me.

Toby cried out and the sound of ripping fabric tore through the room. He spun around and dashed out the door. The back of his shirt had ripped, and fur poked through the split material.

I gripped a pillow, squeezing it as hard as I could to distract myself from the pain. It didn’t work, and the pillow exploded, filling the air with white feathers.

A loud pop sounded and then a horrific pain shot through my shoulders. I slumped down and screamed, unable to take the pain.




Sunday Post ~ The Fairly Odd Week

0abf9b9e-b7ac-4d59-b451-7eb7c64ea1b9_zps47hi5hueThe Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news, a post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things received, and share news about what is coming up on the blog for the week ahead. To get in on the Sunday funday, see the rules here: Suday Post Meme.

It was a strange week. I learned some new information about work that helped me solidify my decisions the man and I have made. It also makes me wonder about how the rest of this year is going to go.

I’ve been entering quite a few Goodreads giveaways lately. Only for books I’d really read, and only when I get an email that I’ve shelved a book or I see Carrie from Reading is My Super Power posts a batch each week.

16807746_10154391736687643_6548741732684048055_nBaby and Cera have been getting along beautifully. Baby’s nickname is now Eeyore, and Cera’s nickname is Crash. Photo evidence to prove it. The first night both gates were put up, Cera crashed through the bottom one.

And Baby went and crawled in her bed in the kitchen and slept there all night. These two are something else, but they bring such joy and happiness to the man and me.

Cera also fell in the couch Friday night and it was the funniest thing. She was trying to run all around the couch, which has two sections, and she crashed right into the little hole in between the sections and got a little stuck. She also crawled under the bed Saturday morning to sleep and I couldn’t find her for about 10 minutes until I heard her jingles.


Somebody Like You |  Once in a Blue Kentucky Moon

Obsidian Sky | Shopping for a Billionaire’s Honeymoon

Chameleon | Autumn’s Dance



  • Monday
    • Cover Characteristics ~ Teapots
    • YA Lit Giveaway
  • Tuesday
    • Top Ten Tuesday ~ I Loved More Than I Thought I Would
    • Teaser Tuesday & Intro ~ TBD
  • Wednesday
    • WWW Wednesday
  • Thursday
    • Famous Last Words #22
    • Blitz + Giveaway ~ The Piper’s Price
  •  Friday
    • Feature Follow Friday ~ Books I Want Turned into a Show or Movie
    • Book Blogger Hop #9


I’ve been very lax in updating new books I’ve received. Right now it’s a little too much worth the effort for the time involved, but I think that talking about my reading twice a week in my Sunday Posts and my WWW Wednesday posts is helping me keep moving forward. I finished Somebody’s Baby last week and finally started reading Chasing Fireflies, the next book in the Power of the Matchmaker series from last year. As I write this, I’m currently around the 25% mark. My goal for February was to read five books, and this is my fourth so I think I’m going to meet my goal! My only problem is I have about six (or more?) reviews I need to write, and I just am not feeling it at all.

My students and are still getting through The Phantom Tollbooth. We only have about 120 pages left. I think we will finish within the next two weeks at the rate we are currently going.



I started this feature as part of my Sunday Posts in the fall. After being asked by a coworker – in all seriousness – if I had a life, I decided to join disc jockey Bobby Bones of Kase 101 in doing one human thing each week.

How does it work?

In order to not lose what little sanity I have left and in order to not become enslaved to the Texas Education Agency via my school district, I will…

  • leave school within an hour of dismissal once a week
  • go do one human thing with another human
  • talk about my human thing on the blog each week

I feel like I had some really good human connections this week, which I haven’t had in a while. I’ve been alright at leaving work twice a week before 5pm, but have been lacking in the human connection department. This week I spent a lot of time reflecting on my work relationship with a former co-worker and writing a working reference. I am so incredibly happy for her because she got the job! It is something that speaks to her soul, which is the best kind of job.

I also made a mad-dash with a new coworker for a drinks run (non-alcoholic, aka McDonald’s) and food for me before the electives fair. We got to have some face time since she rarely comes out of her classroom, and it was nice. I think she needed it.

On Friday as I was belatedly leaving and dreading getting stuck in traffic and not seeing the man before he had to leave for work, I came upon a coworker whom I don’t have a lot of interactions with in the parking lot. I think she was about to have a screaming moment, and she shared her frustrations with me. I thought that it was just me who felt odd about the interactions of another coworker toward me, but that is how their program is treated as well. We talked about all manner of things and then two other coworkers came out at different times and we just had face-time in the parking lot. Our conversations reinforced my own thoughts about my future. I didn’t get in my car until 6pm, and I missed the man by mere minutes. 😦

I’m also hauling out a major collection in my bullet journal that is a combination of units I teach, one which is happening right now. I’m excited about it, and my yearbook students got to see the pages in the process. Most of them either did the project last year or are working through it right now in my language arts class. My former ELA students loved it, and were interested to see what I would do with it in my bujo.

Sunday Post ~ Should I Stay or Should I Go?

0abf9b9e-b7ac-4d59-b451-7eb7c64ea1b9_zps47hi5hueThe Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news, a post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things received, and share news about what is coming up on the blog for the week ahead. To get in on the Sunday funday, see the rules here: Sunday Post Meme.

I apologize for not being around this week and visiting and commenting. I probably won’t be around in the next week or so either. 😦 The house situation is worse. I came home Monday night again to my house unlocked, called my landlord (who still has not responded whatsoever) and the realtor (who screamed her head off at me). Called the police again, who directed me to the constable’s office again to help me. I took an emergency day off Tuesday to go again to the constable’s office and figure everything the fuck out. There is no responsibility or accountability on my landlord or the realtor’s part to secure my home until I suffer a pecuniary loss. I was told “You can stay, or you can go.”

The fact that the appraiser came through on Monday leaves me very little time to get the hell out. I have a very short window. All of the security matters wig me out, and the buyers have no intention of changing the locks until new tenants come in. They also were very strange and awkward when we met, so in addition to jacking up the rent $300 where it will be at a price only $300 less than a full 3 BR house built in the same decade down the street, I want to go. I’m not paying anyone’s mortgage.

So I started looking. In the city I live in, in my hometown, in the city I work in, and in the two surrounding cities that are close enough to work, and one that is a little further away but directly on the way to the man’s. I went Tuesday evening to look at a place and while the lady was incredibly nice, her house was a hot mess. On the way home, my ABS and traction lights came on. The codes can’t be checked like a check engine light, but after a restart and driving a few feet the lights went off. Wednesday the man came up and we went out, and then Thursday and Friday I spent all evening until 10 or 11 looking again. I’ve probably contacted over 30 people and less than five have gotten back to me. It’s very frustrating.

I haven’t had time to do anything else, and the man is on me to start packing things up each evening. I did take a large bag of clothes I’ve had sacked up for over a year and donated them, and I threw a handful of things away. I need to completely go through the bathroom and my closets and give things away or throw things away.

Thursday night I got a ticket on my way home. First I’ve ever gotten, and hopefully the only one. Then Friday on the way to the man’s house my ABS and traction lights came on again while I was on the toll road (80 mph). Ugh. Seriously don’t need this right now.


The Destined | The Harvesting Series | The SnowFang Bride | The Soul Keeper Series




  • Monday
    • Cover Characteristic ~ TBD
    • Blitz + Giveaway ~ The Hitman’s Possession
    • Review ~ Regarding Anna
  • Tuesday
    • Top Ten Tuesday ~ Bookish Halloween Costumes
    • First Chapter First Paragraph ~ TBD
    • Blitz + Giveaway ~ The Artful Bliss of Parenting
  • Wednesday
    • WWW Wednesday
    • Blitz + Giveaway ~ Stage Left
  • Thursday
    • Famous Last Words #17
    • Blitz + Giveaway ~ Where the Sun Hides
  •  Friday
    • Feature Follow Friday ~ TBD


28269196I finally finished Dodger and I was surprised and pleased with the ending. It wasn’t quite how I thought it would end, but it made it all the better. There was a lot of additional content (over an hour’s worth) at the end of the audiobook, so I really didn’t have 2.5 hours left like I thought last week.

I also quickly read and reviewed a book I don’t think I ever received for its tour, Gertrude and Toby. It is part of a children’s series, and it was so cute! I love the two characters, and in this book of Friday Adventures they meet many of the characters from classic fairy tales.

26241885And I am still working my way through my new book, O’er the River Liffey. With everything going on this week, I haven’t even touched it since those first two nights I started reading.



This is a feature I am adding to my Sunday Posts. After being asked by a coworker – in all seriousness – if I had a life, I decided to join disc jockey Bobby Bones of Kase 101 in doing one human thing each week.

How does it work?

In order to not lose what little sanity I have left and in order to not become enslaved to the Texas Education Agency via my school district, I will…

  • leave school within an hour of dismissal once a week
  • go do one human thing with another human
  • talk about my human thing on the blog each week


Thursday I had a former colleague and wonderful friend come up to school and help me with a project for yearbook. It was so nice to get to catch up and talk. The best part is he is so happy now. He’s going back to school and he’s an editor for his university’s monthly magazine. I love getting to see him because he has such an infectious smile and laugh.

Blitz + Giveaway: Blazing Moon

Blazing Moon
Julie Wetzel
(Kindling Flames #6)
Published by: Crimson Tree Publishing
Publication date: October 10th 2016
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance

Trouble has once again found its way to Brenton…

When a pack of rogue werewolves makes a grab for the local pack’s land, Rupert, the local alpha, does his best to keep the peace. Unfortunately, his people have been having some issues of their own that complicate matters.

When Phelan, Rupert’s second, becomes the latest wolf to lose control over a simple dispute, Rupert is left with no choice than to seek outside help.

Krissy, a human empath who stumbled on the scene, was able to help Phelan, but dealing with an entire pack of enrage werewolves is too much for one person to handle. With Master Darien on his honeymoon, Rupert turns to his next best choice—Elliot.

Now Phelan, Elliot, and Krissy have to discover what’s driving the weres into an emotionally savage rage before all hell breaks loose and destroys the wolves of Brenton.

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Blitz + Giveaway: Bad for You

Bad For You
Candy J. Starr
(Fallen Star Series, #4)
Publication date: October 3rd 2016
Genres: New Adult, Romance

I’d loved Devon forever, from the front row of his concerts. So, when fate gives me the chance to be his fake girlfriend for three months, I know I can make that relationship real. As I get to know Devon though, I realise how big the gap is between his image and reality. I loved Devon the rock star but could I love Devon the man?

I was in love with a ghost, the memory of a lost love. Julie. When she died, my heart had been buried with her. I had sex with a lot of woman but they were gone before the condom came off my cock. Then my dirt bag manager had the stupidest idea ever: a fake girlfriend to save my reputation. I played along to keep my fans happy but this fake girlfriend is unlike any woman I’ve met before.

If you like fake girlfriend romances, dirty rockers and stories of redemption, you’ll love Bad for You.

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Top Ten Tuesday: Most Vile Villains

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme feature created at The Broke and the Bookish. We’d love to share our lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists. For the list of past topics and future schedule, click here.

Most Vile Villains

This was a really hard list to compose. There are so many good villains, but I was struggling to think. I think I was on the struggle bus. Or I might have been driving it. Either way, here is my underwhelming list.


Ryan – Shackled

Ryan is the head honcho, let there be no mistake. He gets his strength from maintaining a manipulative, controlling, abusive relationship over Lucy. Ryan is a pretty, rich boy who takes an instant liking to Lucy, but things soon start becoming too much when Lucy is Shackled. This is a very good book to use to teach young ladies about manipulative and abusive relationships.

Jonas, Cameron, Mrs. Smythe, Aunt Masterson – Undaunted Love

This crew of mistfits masquerading as high society is the absolute worst. Throughout the series they are so awful that you would think someone would do something about it, but nobody does. What I really could not get over was Ms. Smythe treating Clarissa the way she did – and her father doing nothing! Aunt Masterson is also an evil, conniving plotter and abusive relative. Jonas is an evil, psychopathic and abusive husband and needs to rot in a hole with his friend Cameron, also a psychopath, stalker, and rapist.

Vespian Jones – This Crumbling Pageant

He even has an evil sounding name. Vespian is the tutor of the MC’s brother. Growing up, Vespian was vehement in his refusal to allow Persephone access to education in his classroom. Horrible rumors abound about Persephone stealing her twin’s magic in the womb, and she has such an incredible power no one knows how to handle it. Vespian wields a power similar to hers and is threatening to use this against her beloved society and the throne of the Magi. Except no one believes her, leaving her no choice but to take matters in her own hands when thrown in his way. He’s just nasty evil. The kind that turns your stomach.

Ivy and Arianne Munroviel – Hearts in Exile

The title is so apt. The hard High Priestess mother puts her own daughter put on trial for saving Igrorio with her newly found Spark from Mother Inessa. She has a sister that would just as soon stab her in the chest to get what she wants…and essentially, that happens in the novel. Ivy and Arianne Munroviel tell all that Loralee is dead. How much more cruel can you be?

Sitis – Love Amid the Ashes 

I abhorred Job’s wife. Sitis was an Ischmaelite princess – and worshiped the idols instead of God. In many ways she is portrayed as an extremely selfish woman, so it was hard for me to accept her love for her husband as real. A person that selfish couldn’t possibly love somebody else. Several characters kept pointing out that Job’s downfall was his punishment for taking Dinah into his household, but the entire time I kept thinking about the actions of his wife, which toward the very end of the book is called to attention. This was a book I went out on a limb to read and was nothing close to my usual, and I really could not stand Sitis.

Satterfield – The Earl’s New Bride

Simon’s friend and semi-host who never questioned Simon’s innocence, and very much a self-proclaimed bachelor. He is titled in his own right. It wasn’t ever said outright, but I feel he is oldere. Satterfield was a bit of a snake, I didn’t like his character in the end because he made out to be all innocent of his trickery and deceit, and I didn’t like that. He was a villain that received redemption and his crimes glossed over and forgotten.

Missy – Scream

She is such an ugly character all the way through. She taunts and tortured fellow classmates. She is a legit bully.



Who are your favorite villains? 

Blitz + Giveaway: Rookie Mistake

Rookie Mistake
Alice Ward
(Beasts of Baseball, #1)
Publication date: October 1st 2016
Genres: Adult, Romance, Sports

I thought I’d achieved everything I ever wanted. Then I lost her…

Standing on the pitcher’s mound for a professional baseball team has been my dream since I was a small boy. Now I’m here, pitching for the newest team in the league — the New York Beasts — with the woman I’ve loved since high school by my side.

Calvin and Whitney forever! Wow, we made it.

But there’s a downside to instant fame and fortune, a trap that unleashes self-control and morals. A gilded cage that separates us from the real world. This is the big city, the major leagues — the big time. And temptation is around every corner. People change. We changed. Neither for the better. I don’t even recognize us anymore.

Calvin and Whitney forever? I used to think so, but the beasts that had been hibernating in both of us have taken control, and now I’m not so sure. The dream has become a nightmare. Can we wake and find our way back to each other?

Rookie Mistake is the first sexy installment in Alice Ward’s brand new sports romance series, The Beasts of Baseball. But don’t worry, this book has an emotionally charged HEA you won’t soon forget, and no cliffhanger.

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Blitz + Giveaway: Ky

Irish Winters
(In the Company of Snipers #13)
Publication date: September 27th 2016
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense

TEAM Agent Ky Winchester survived a brutal encounter with a Taliban madman only because of a woman with green eyes, an angel he thought he’d dreamed in the depths of torment. She came to him in that far off torture chamber, cloaked in the tender magic of hope, and because of her, he was willing to believe he might survive his nightmare. It’s too bad he never thought to ask her name. Too bad he’ll spend the rest of his days searching for her.
Whoever she is…

FBI Agent Eden Stark is the Bureau’s number one and very top-secret psychic asset. While running from a different kind of madman, this one intent on mechanizing America’s military, turning them into controllable drones, Eden’s plane goes down in the frigid Canadian north. It’s very probable she won’t survive the night. Two meched-up FBI agents are already tracking her. Maybe wolves.
Maybe someone else.

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More about the In the Company of Snipers Series, from the Author:

This series revolves around ex-Marine scout sniper, Alex Stewart, and his covert surveillance company, The TEAM, home-based out of Alexandria, Virginia. An obsessive patriot and workaholic, he created the company to give ex-military snipers like him a chance at returning to civilian life, a chance at normal, with a decent job.

This is not a serial with each book ending at a cliffhanger. I wouldn’t do that to you. I hate cliffhangers! In the Company of Snipers is a collection of passionate love stories involving strong men and women who are tough enough to take on the world alone. Each is a stand-alone read, complete in itself.

Spoiler alert: Every story contains adult scenes including sexual situations (some explicit), language, and violence. I don’t write sweet romance, so be forewarned.

Book 1, ALEX, reveals how The TEAM came to be, as well as how Alex met Kelsey, how they fell in love and fought all odds to stay together. Each of the following books is a complete romance in itself where, in the course of an active TEAM operation, one agent comes face to face with his or her demons. The men and women I write about are all patriots and warriors, dealing with what they’ve lived through or the mistakes they’ve made.

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Blitz + Giveaway: Heartborn

Terry Maggert
Publication date: September 1st 2016
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult

Her guardian angel was pushed.

Keiron was never meant to be anything other than a hero. Born high above in a place of war and deception, he is Heartborn, a being of purity and goodness in a place where there violence and deceit are just around every corner.

His disappearance will spark a war he cannot see, for Keiron has pierced the light of days to save a girl he has never met, for reasons he cannot understand. Livvy Foster is seventeen, brave, and broken. With half a heart, she bears the scars of a lifetime of pain and little hope of survival.

Until Keiron arrives.

In the middle of a brewing war and Livvy’s failing heart, Keiron will risk everything for Livvy, because a Heartborn’s life can only end in one way: Sacrifice.

Fall with Livvy and Keiron as they seek the truth about her heart, and his power, and what it means to love someone who will give their very life to save you.

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Blast + Giveaway: Up In The Tree House

Up in the Treehouse
K.K. Allen
Publication date: July 19th 2016
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance

I wanted to tell him all my secrets, but he became one of them instead.

Chloe Rivers never thought she would keep secrets from her best friend. Then again, she never imagined she would fall in love with him either. When she finally reveals her feelings, rejection shatters her, rendering her vulnerable and sending her straight into the destructive arms of the wrong guy.

Gavin Rhodes never saw the betrayal coming. It crushes him. Chloe has always been his forbidden fantasy–sweet, tempting, and beautiful. But when the opportunity finally presents itself, he makes the biggest mistake of all and denies her.

Now it’s too late . . .

Four years after a devastating tragedy, Chloe and Gavin’s world’s collide and they find their lives entangling once again. Haunted by the past, they are forced to come to terms with all that has transpired to find the peace they deserve. Except they can’t seem to get near each other without combatting an intense emotional connection that brings them right back to where it all started . . . their childhood treehouse.

Chloe still holds her secrets close, but this time she isn’t the only one with something to hide. Can their deep-rooted connection survive the destruction of innocence?

* * Some sexy time and light swearing * *

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My entire body ached the moment I tried to move, so I stopped trying. I groaned and peeled an eye open, trying to understand why this morning felt so different from all the others.

When I saw the matching sets of green eyeballs peering over the ladder, one glaring and one questioning, I wanted to scream, but the air in my throat went the other direction. I gasped and propelled myself backward into the furthest corner of the alcove.

“Do you think she’s homeless?” asked Eyeballs Number One.

Eyeballs Number Two shook his head as he scanned my body. “Maybe she ran away from home.”

“Yeah, or maybe she’s a troll that lives in the woods. Are we supposed to feed her?”

“I didn’t bring any food. Did you?”

One of the boys threw his eyes around the room, as if afraid to look away from me for long. “No. We should tell dad we need a fridge.”

“And how will we keep it cold, moron?”

“Hey! I’m not a moron!”

While the boys fought, I managed to creep forward until I gripped the edge of the bed with every intention to slip down undetected.

But Eyeballs Number One saw me and placed an arm out across the other boy’s body. “Shh. She’s moving.”

My grogginess cleared, replaced by a rush of adrenaline as I stared back at the twin boys—the boys whose treehouse I’d snuck into the night before. At this realization, I straightened with a jolt. “I-I have to get home.” Panic seized my chest knowing my parents would be frantic looking for me.

Eyeballs Number Two nudged the other. “She has a home, bro.”

I bit my lip to hide my smile, happy they no longer considered me a possible troll. “Sorry. I didn’t mean to—” I didn’t know why I was about to lie, so I stopped myself. I totally meant to fall asleep there. I just didn’t mean to get caught.

“Wait!” one of them called as I headed for the ladder. I turned to see the curious one staring back at me with a sincere expression. “Are you okay?”

All I could do was nod. How could I tell two boys I didn’t know the reason for invading their sanctuary—that I had been watching them for weeks, envious of their home in the woods? Instead of saying another word, I found the ladder and moved down it, missing the last few steps in my haste. The moment I hit the ground, I accepted the impact with a grimace and took off at a sprint through the woods and toward my bedroom window. I climbed inside just as I heard my mom calling me for breakfast.



Author Bio:

Hi all! I’m K.K. Allen, Contemporary Fantasy & New Adult Romance author of the Summer Solstice series (Enchanted, the Equinox, and the Descendants), as well as the short story, Soaring. Look for my upcoming New Adult Romance, Up in the Treehouse, OUT NOW!!

I currently live in Florida with my ridiculously handsome son, Jagger. I’ve always had a passion for reading and writing, so sharing my work with you all is beyond exciting. Thank you all for checking out my page. I hope you’ll give my books a shot, and definitely look out for more from me. This train ain’t stoppin’. 😉

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