CONCEALED IN THE SHADOWS SERIES
Excerpt from Concealed in the Shadows:
WE (Sherry and DJ) have been hard at work this summer. In addition to attending ton of cons (mostly attended by Sherry), our new blog design, and other grand stuff, we have come up with a new motto and DJ has made us some motto-swag. So, to celebrate the last of the Cons the CurvyWriter’s will be attending this summer (DJ just got back from the Tennessee Valley Author Event) and to celebrate our BRAND NEW MOTTO, we are giving away a swag pack of stuff from random authors we have picked up as well as a pendant with our new motto. (KEEP SCROLLING TO ENTER TO WIN!)
So… Our new motto:
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VERY WELL WRITTEN!
I really enjoyed the Thief Prince, It was a great YA adventure read, and I would have loved to give it 5 stars, but a couple of things bothered me.
It was a little too “sugar coated”. There were no “dark motives” anywhere. The “thief prince” just wanted to “help the others princes and princess learn to rule better”… I just didn’t buy it. He was way to pure of heart. No one is like that. It would have been better if he’d had an ulterior motive, even a little anger and hostility that was turned around. There was no real mystery either… just hostile man-beasts that attacked for no reason. Who were they? Why were they attacking?
The only “bad” people here were two of the kings that had been raiding the kingdom and refused to help later. Then SUDDENLY with no reason, no learning experience, no “AHA! MOMENT” they just changed their minds and started helping the Prince and his people.
I get that this is written for young adults/teens… but it was just too easily wrapped up and no one really got held accountable for their actions.
The performance was good. There were a few times when the narration felt a little stiff, but that often happens in fantasy novels when the language is very “proper”.
Length: 9 hrs and 6 mins
Release Date:05-14-14 Publisher: Cheree Alsop
Program Type: Audiobook
When her brother’s sickness forces Kit to accept the title of heir to her kingdom’s crown, she is outcast by the others and treated as inferior; but when she is forced along with the other heirs on a dangerous journey, her differences turn into strengths that may save their lives. Kit is tested both mentally and physically as she faces odds both on the battlefield and within the royal social circles. She soon realizes that her greatest challenge may be to return home with her heart in one piece.
Thief Prince is a story of courage in the face of fear, and of love despite overwhelming odds. Whether you are looking for an adventure or the chance to see kingdoms beyond your world, Thief Prince is the story to sweep you away.
We are excited to share the cover for June Stevens’ upcoming New Adult Novel, Just As You Are. Just As You Are is the #3 book in the Oak Hollow series and the first in the new adult series Oak Hollow College. The two series’ will overlap with common characters and settings, but the Oak Hollow College series will consist exclusively of New Adult novels.
When you’ve gone through your whole life being told you aren’t good enough, you learn to accept love with conditions…and never expect anything better…
The not-so-shy fat girl…
Layla Harper has no problem with who she is. She’ll never be a beauty queen, but she doesn’t care. She does have a problem with guys who think she is easy because she’s fat. And drop-your-panties-sexy Alden Cortland just became her #1 problem.
All Layla wants to do is keep her head down, get her computer science degree, and get as far away from Tennessee and her past as she can. She certainly has no intentions of getting mixed up with another smooth talking rich boy, no matter how much he tells her she is sexy.
The rich boy with a secret…
Alden is the disgrace of his family. Which is why he has been sent to a small college in the backwoods of Tennessee, out of the media spotlight, out of mind. He is completely focused on getting his degree and taking off to start his career on the other side of the camera. Until he lays eyes on Layla Harper.
She has no clue how beautiful she is, but he is determined to help her find out. Unfortunately she won’t give him the time of day. He wants to prove to her he isn’t the kind of guy she thinks he is…or does he? Getting close to Layla means letting her in on his darkest secret. And that would mean losing her.
DJ Westerfield is a wife, step-mom, sister, auntie, daughter, daughter-in-law, sister-in-law, friend, and Mommy to three adorable and mischievous four-legged babies.
She writes non-fiction, blogs, and co-hosts an internet radio show as DJ Westerfield and uses the pseudonym June Stevens to write fiction in a variety of genres including contemporary romance, romantic suspense, romantic fantasy, paranormal romance, urban fantasy. You can find out more about her and WHY she uses both of her names on her website.
Release Day: October 7, 2014
Published by: Clean Teen Publishing
Genre- YA Historical Fiction
Before she can become the greatest empress in history, fifteen-year-old Sophia will have to survive her social-climbing mother’s quest to put her on the throne of Russia—at any cost.
Imperial Court holds dangers like nothing Sophie has ever faced before. In the heart of St. Petersburg, surviving means navigating the political, romantic, and religious demands of the bitter Empress Elizabeth and her handsome, but sadistic nephew, Peter. Determined to save her impoverished family—and herself—Sophie vows to do whatever is necessary to thrive in her new surroundings. But an attempt on her life and an unexpected attraction threatens to derail her plans.
Alone in a new and dangerous world, learning who to trust and who to charm may mean the difference between becoming queen and being sent home in shame to marry her lecherous uncle. With traitors and murderers lurking around every corner, her very life hangs in the balance. Betrothed to one man but falling in love with another, Sophie will need to decide how much she’s willing to sacrifice in order to become the empress she is destined to be.
In a battle for the soul of a nation, will love or destiny reign supreme?
Sherry D. Ficklin is a full time writer from Colorado where she lives with her husband, four kids, two dogs, and a fluctuating number of chickens and house guests. A former military brat, she loves to travel and meet new people. She can often be found browsing her local bookstore with a large white hot chocolate in one hand and a towering stack of books in the other. That is, unless she’s on deadline at which time she, like the Loch Ness monster, is only seen in blurry photographs.
She is the author of The Gods of Fate Trilogy now available from Dragonfly Publishing. Her previously self-published novel After Burn: Military Brats has been acquired by Harlequin and will be released in 2014 with a second book in that series to follow. Her YA steampunk novel, EXTRACTED: The Lost Imperials book 1, co-written with Tyler H. Jolley is now available everywhere books are sold and her newest YA novel, Losing Logan, is now available from Clean Teen Publishing.
The true story of Catherine the Great is one fraught with betrayal, intrigue, and romance. While a good deal of my story is drawn from actual people and events, I have been very liberal in the rearrangement of dates, events, and places. Whenever possible I took my cues from her own words, intermixing my own thoughts and ideas. My thought upon the creation of the book was simple. I looked at the woman she was when she claimed the crown and then wondered, how did an innocent girl from Germany become such a force of nature? Most people aren’t born cold or ambitious, but have circumstances that forge them into those people. And that was the story I wanted to tell in this book. I wanted to see the events in her early life that would have changed her into the person she became, and not knowing the truth of that story, I simply made something up. That is what we, as writers, do best.
If you are curious about the real history behind Catherine, I suggest heading to your local library and doing a bit of research. This is not meant to be a historically accurate representation, but a flight of fancy, one that I hope you, dear reader, will enjoy as much as I have.
Dashing and dangerous Andre Raveneau is the Revolutionary War’s most reckless privateer captain when Devon Lindsay stows away aboard his ship after her Connecticut town has been burned by the British. Raveneau sardonically agrees to deliver her to her childhood sweetheart in Virginia but doesn’t count on his own potent attraction to the enchanting, courageous Devon.
Through high adventure, swashbuckling sea battles, and the colorful history of America’s revolution, the couple battles the fiery passion that binds them together.
I found Silver Storm to be a fun, engaging read. I really had a hard time turning it off to do essential things, like sleep. I’m not giving it 5 stars across the board because I did have just a couple of complaints.
It is a beautiful love story that spans the American Revolution, however the very beginning of the story was a little two slowly paced and some of the “notable figure” sightings felt a bit stilted and forced. As did some of the dialogue of the secondary characters. I also wasn’t a fan of the hopping character points of view.
The narration was very good, and I did enjoy it, but I felt there was something just a little “off” in the pacing. She read quite quickly and spiritedly and I felt like, while that was good in some areas, the tone of the book was a bit more sedate. I really feel like she overplayed Devon’s character a bit, making her a little too “high strung” sounding.
I received a copy of the audiobook for HONEST review.
But all in all, I DEFINITELY recommend Silver Storm, and I WILL be reading more in the series!
We are excited to have Debra Doxer here today talking about her top 10 favorite movies. Check below to find out about her new novel, To Have and To Harm. Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom for her giveaway!
10) Psycho – Hitchcock is a genius, and also a jerk if the rumors were true, but that shower scene was an editing masterpiece. If you get the chance to see the Hitchcock film Rope, do it. That movie has virtually no edits, just some fades to change the film magazine and camera changes when the characters move between rooms. The entire movie was made using long takes that can go for up to ten minutes.
9) The Godfather – All of them. If there’s a marathon on, my plans for the day are toast.
8) The Matrix – It gave us the original slow-mo time-lapse “bullet-time” effect that every movie rips off now. Type “The Matrix” and “bullet time” into youtube to watch that scene. It’s so frigging cool.
7) Jaws – I can’t see that mechanical shark leaping out of the water with those terrifying razor-sharp teeth too many times. And for some reason, there are lots of opportunities to use the famous quote, “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” Apparently that line was an ad-lib by Roy Scheider.
6) The Departed – Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Wahlberg, Matt Damon, and Jack Nicholson. Need I say more? Well, I will, because this is an incredible movie. Great story. Great acting. The only negative is that Martin Sheen’s and Leo DiCaprio’s Boston accents are wicked bad. I can say this because I’m a native Bostonian with a mother who sounds a lot like Mark Wahlberg, only with a higher voice and a lot fewer expletives. Well, maybe not that many fewer.
5) A Walk to Remember – This story contains everything I relish in a love story. She’s hard to get. He’s a bad boy with a heart of gold. When they finally get together, it’s amazingly romantic before it turns into a bittersweet tear-jerker. In the end, both characters change for the better as a result of their being together. Ahh, I just love this movie.
4) Fast Times at Ridgemont High – Stoner Jeff Spicoli (Sean Penn) ordering a pizza delivered to the classroom right in the middle of class – simply classic.
3) Reality Bites – This is a perfect snapshot of life right after college when you feel like you’re twisting in the wind. It’s full of attitude and one-liners. “He’s so cheesy, I can’t watch him without crackers.” Troy and Lelaina have some smart and snarky back and forth dialog. You love Troy and you hate him at the same time.
2) Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club (but really any John Hughes 80’s movie) – Both of these movies have classic final scenes. In Sixteen Candles, Sam is sitting on the table across from Jake, her birthday cake is between them as she tells him her wish already came true. Then they kiss. Swoon! The Breakfast Club, Bender raises his fist in triumph as he leaves the school and “Don’t You Forget About Me” by Simple Minds is playing. Such great feel-good endings.
1) Clueless – This is one of my favorite movies. It’s another film directed by Amy Heckerling (Fast Times was too). I’m always quoting it at stop signs. “I totally paused.”
Raielle’s life was shrouded in secrets. Her power was a secret and so was her past. When she came to Fort Upton, everything changed. She discovered her family, and she found the boy who would own her heart forever. But it couldn’t last. Knowing so little about her power nearly destroyed her. She had to leave and break both their hearts.
Now she’s back in California, and she doesn’t have to hide who she is anymore. But there is no relief in that because she’s drowning in regret. She knew it would take a miracle or a sin to save her, and there was no miracle. Her survival came at too high a price. She found her father, but she can’t go back to Lucas until she finds redemption.
She saved him. Then she left him…
She came out of nowhere and changed him forever, then she disappeared and left him reeling. Her whole life, she never had anyone who really loved her. Until him. Did she think he wouldn’t come for her? Did she believe she wasn’t worth it?
Lucas leaves everything behind to follow Raielle. When he finds her, she’s a pale shadow of the girl he remembers. Her power is betraying her and so are the people around her, but one thing hasn’t changed. She selflessly wants to save the world, and he just wants to save her.
With more secrets to uncover and dark truths to face, Raielle and Lucas must make sacrifices for each other. But in the end, will those sacrifices bring them closer together or tear them apart? When he’s forced to make the ultimate sacrifice, will she turn her back on everything she believes in to save him again?
~ This book is intended for mature readers due to sexual situations and strong language.~
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Debra Doxer was born in Boston, and other than a few lost years in the California sunshine, she has always resided in the Boston area. She writes fiction, technical software documents, illegible scribbles on sticky notes, and texts that get mangled by AutoCorrect. She writes for a living, and she writes for fun. When her daughter asks when she’ll run out of words, her response always is, “When I run out of time.”
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To Have and To Harm Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/21478994-to-have-and-to-harm?ac=1
We are excited to spotlight the Chosen Series by Alisa Mullen, today.
The story is based on actual events.
Lizzie O’Malley, a 23-year-old free spirit, is on a mission to find her purpose in life. In the summer of 2000, she returns home to Boston to begin a life that she can be proud of. On her first night out on the town, tragedy strikes and she finds herself the cause of the emotional wreckage. Instead of dealing with the consequences, she loses herself in a man she met that night.
Teagan Gallagher, a 22-year-old college student from Ireland, spends that same summer in Boston, working towards his degree and partying his way through the city. One night, he finds a beautiful American girl that he is desperate to spend the summer with.
Together, Teagan and Lizzie learn the ins and outs of an unconventional relationship. It isn’t until their relationship is in too deep that it becomes impossible for either to run away.
Lizzie O’Malley is back, in this second installment in The Chosen Series, with a purpose in life. Still flighty and unpredictable, she knows that loving and losing Teagan Gallagher has changed her life forever. As she navigates her new life in Boston as a full time working mother, she promises herself she will never fall in love again.
But can she keep that promise after meeting Nick Sawyer, the gorgeous Texan who has fallen for her?
Follow Lizzie to Ireland where she struggles with tragedy and rediscovers herself all over again.
Nick Sawyer, a successful business man, has everything he has ever wanted. Grateful for the new additions to his life, he realizes he has the kind of love that he never knew existed. If it wasn’t for Lizzie O’Malley, Nick would still be sucked up in his day job and the nightlife. Lizzie altered his plans just by stepping into his life.
Samantha Hughes, a childhood friend of Nick’s, is back in Boston. Following her father’s wishes, it is her intention to catch Nick’s eye before he commits himself to Lizzie. Their plan rapidly becomes reality. It just isn’t the reality Sam thought she wanted.
Unrequited is a twisted love triangle story that goes awry. Who will be the one that loses it all?
Mullen grew up in Maine and has lived in many cities across the US. She likes to travel but craves to travel to places in her mind. She combines life experience and imagination on paper. She has been a writer since she was eight years old when her mother told her she couldn’t believe she wrote so genuinely. Throughout schooling, she wrote poems and stories.
Writing took a back seat when she fell into the business world rat race and tried out several occupations. Nothing ever felt more satisfying than writing. She published her first book “Unsettled” in February. “Unchosen” and “Unrequited” completing the Chosen Series…for now. She released a suspense novella, “One Missing Link” in May and her WIP is The Good Bye Trilogy, “Plastic Confidence” Book One, is due out in Fall 2014.
In her rare off time, she enjoys baseball with her family. Her husband and their two children are major Rangers and Red Sox fans. They live between San Antonio and Austin, Texas and like it there. It’s very quiet, a great place to write. Mullen also own her own macramé necklace business, Devika Knots, which she started it with her daughter five years ago and it has become a great business. Art is her life.
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“What an amazing series, the story took me on a real journey of discoverers. I loved each and every book, I felt the love, friendships, pain, tears and laughter.
This is the first time I have read books by Alisa Mullen and I will be reading each and every book from the author from now on, a real talent that draws you in. BRILLIANT ~ A MUST READ”
Michelle via Goodreads – A review of The Chosen Series
“Unsettled (first in the Chosen series) by Alisa Mullen is a heartbreaking, absorbing, and inspiring story of a young woman embarking on a new phase of her life. Readers can tell from the first page that author Alisa Mullen has compassion for her main character, Lizzie, who is struggling with her place in the world. This was one of those can’t put it down books.” - Nina Ceves: Author
I am so excited by this cover reveal! Alicia Rae’s new cover is absolutely gorgeous, AND she’s sharing an excerpt with us—make sure to read to the bottom to enter the giveaway! So without further ado.
Title: A BEAUTIFUL THOUGHT
Author: Alicia Rae
Release Date: July 14th
Genre: New Adult Romance
About A Beautiful Thought:
As a physical sports therapist, Gail Bennett is accustomed to working with gorgeous athletes every day, but after falling for a few of these attractive men, she has been left heartbroken one too many times. When Gail’s hours at work are unexpectedly cut, she must find a way to continue helping her parents pay for her sister’s education. Reluctantly following her best friend’s advice, Gail takes on a roommate—with the one man she has been avoiding since the first time she laid eyes on him.
Damon Johnson loves a challenge, and he is not the type of man to back down when he wants something. From the first moment he meets Gail for dinner, he feels an inexplicable pull between the two of them. In his determination to have her, he finds himself helping her in any way he can.
Can Damon break through all the barriers Gail has so carefully placed around her heart and prove that he’s different? Or will Gail’s reservations keep her from falling in love?
One thought could change everything.
I startled myself awake and checked the clock. “Shit, shit, shit,” I muttered. I had overslept by nearly thirty-five minutes.
I flew out of bed and darted for the bathroom to take a shower, realizing I must not have heard Damon getting out of bed this morning. He usually woke up nearly an hour before me, and I always heard him clunking around, so I’d stopped setting my alarm.
I had stayed up late last night, reading a steamy romance novel, while waiting for him to come home. I must have slept like a rock.
I slid to a stop in the bathroom and locked the door. I was used to locking it now, thanks to having a roommate. With quick succession, I stripped off my clothes and showered in lightning speed. Then, I dried off and noticed I’d forgotten to grab my scrubs for work. After I securely wrapped my towel around me, tucking it under my armpits, I cracked the door open to take a quick peek just in case.
The coast was clear, so I ran for it, mindful that my feet were still damp in my hastiness.
Three feet from my bedroom door, Damon rounded the corner, rubbing his head sleepily with his hand.
His eyes bulged when he looked up. “What the—”
I loudly gasped as I crashed into him, expecting to tumble to the floor in a heap of tangled limbs. Damon’s broad arms caught me, wrapping around my waist, while my hands clung to his biceps for balance. Once I got my footing, I peeked up at him.
“Hi,” I whispered breathily.
His eyes were smoldering hot, darker than I’d ever seen them before, and his jaw was set. At first, I thought he was pissed, but the increasing firmness against my abdomen told me otherwise. Heat flared inside me at our contact, and desire burned within me once again.
“Hi,” he murmured back in a rough tone.
A second passed, or maybe several, and neither of us moved.
Damon kept one hand firmly on my waist while lifting the other to cup my cheek. He caressed it back and forth with a gentleness that sent shivers racing down my back. I melted into his touch. His eyes raked over my body as he ran his thumb over my lips, tracing them, while he murmured my name. I leaned into him and brushed his lips with mine, causing him to gently glide his fingertips down to the base of my throat. Ignoring all the reasons why this was a really bad idea, I gave myself over to what my body so desperately wanted.
A groan left his throat as his palm came to my neck, pulling my lips closer. He took my mouth and kissed me deeply. His kiss rocked me back on my heels, and I grasped him like a lifeline, matching his passion as I kissed him back with equal fervor. Sparks ignited within every part of me.
By the time we parted, we were both gasping for air.
After the most perfect moment of my life, doubts came barreling into me and knocked the wind right out of me.
“Oh my God…I’m so sorry. I don’t know what came over me.” I shook my head in dismay and embarrassment at succumbing to my crush on him. This was all my fault. “I have to go.”
I went to disengage myself from him, but he held me in place.
“Wait,” he demanded.
I could see the confusion mixed with hurt in his expression. The look had me feeling even worse.
“We need to talk about this.”
“No, we don’t.” I felt at a total loss and out of my league. “I kissed you, and I’m sorry. It won’t happen again.”
“We kissed each other,” he countered. “And what if I want to do it again?”
“We can’t,” I retorted and looked up at him. “It will ruin everything.”
“Ruin what?” he asked quietly.
If Damon dumped me like the last guy and the guy before that, it would destroy me, and I could not let that happen. I was a stronger woman now. Plus, I was riding a very thin line with my finances, and if Damon and I crossed this boundary between us, there would be no going back. Things were perfect the way they were now. I did not want to mess it up.
Plus, Caroline’s education was partially riding on my shoulders, which in turn was riding on having a roommate help pay my rent. It was an awful double standard, yes, but there was no other way. It was too risky.
I would have to just live with my attraction to him.
When I did not answer him, he added, “Gail, no matter what happens between us, I would never just walk out on you.” It was as though he had guessed what my apprehensions were.
His last words hit me deep and gave me the strength to say my peace. I would not jeopardize my sister’s future over dating a man I barely knew. Especially given my history with men who only wanted one thing.
My past gave me the courage to say my peace.
I stood up tall, tightened my towel, and looked him straight in the eyes. “That’s what every guy says, and you’ll be no different.”
Damon dropped his hands, letting me go, as if I’d slapped him. His eyes turned unreadable.
My heart constricted painfully in my chest, churning and twisting relentlessly. I was so ashamed of myself for being so callous to a man who had done nothing but lend a helping hand to me in my time of need.
“I’m so sorry, Damon,” I murmured, lowering my head in shame. Tears filled my eyes. “I have to go to work.”
About the Author:
Alicia Rae is a Contemporary Romance Author who lives in Dekalb, Illinois, with her husband and three beautiful boys. Alicia has a passion for reading all types of romance, writing to bring a story to life, and photography.
Thank you to my dear sister, Kels, who showed me a few years ago how much I truly missed reading. And to my loving husband, for not throwing away my Nook, and planting the seed of writing in my mind. I am forever grateful. Xo
Readers, words cannot thank you enough for supporting me along this incredible journey. I hope you enjoy my novels as much as I do writing them. I thank each and every one of you.
Believe in yourself and follow your dreams…
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I STARTED WHAT’S IN A NAME THIS MORNING AND I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN! READ (LISTENED TO) IT IN ONE DAY!
It was a great mystery. I suspected, but wasn’t quite sure how it would turn out. Beautifully written, though it was a little slow in some spots. I loved that the characters were quirky and not predictable. All in all a wonderful story and I will read more by Terry Odell.
The performance was excellent. The production quality was good, though there was a noticeable change in audio right around the 15 minute mark. It wasn’t really a change in quality, it still had good production quality throughout, just a noticeable change in the way the narrator and overall audio sounded. I will definitely listen to more by this narrator.
Length: 11 hrs and 31 mins
Running for the wrong reason can still get you killed.
Kelli Carpenter has changed her name, her appearance – her life – to avoid being connected to a crime she committed in self defense years ago. But just when she thinks she has nothing to fear, handsome stranger Blake Windsor shows up.
He claims to be the handyman her boss sent to help complete the project she’s working on – Camp Getaway – a place where inner city kids will get respite from concrete and drive-bys. Being a loner has kept her alive, and Kelli’s instincts tell her to leave. But without Blake’s help, the refuge for inner city children won’t be completed on time. Against her instincts, she accepts his help.
Blake Windsor is a corporate executive accepted his boss’s request to find out if Kelli Carpenter is really a woman his boss thinks he knew years before. He begrudgingly returns to the blue-collar construction lifestyle he vowed to leave behind, hoping doing this favor will advance his career.
The woman he meets bears little resemblance to the woman he’s supposed to find, but something about her mystifies him, and he decides to continue with his deception to learn more about her.
When someone makes an attempt on Kelli’s life, she runs – but she takes Blake with her. Keep your friends close but your enemies closer is her philosophy. And Kelli is convinced Blake knows something that will link her to her former lover’s death, ending her life as she knows it.
What’s in a Name? is full of twists and turns as Blake and Kelli try to keep one step ahead of whoever is following them while they try to figure out why.
IT’S OFFICIAL! A Reason to Stay by June Stevens is an AUDIOBOOK! It officially went up for sale on Audible and Amazon today.
A special thanks goes out to the ultra talented Meghan Kelly for the exquisite production quality and spot on performance!
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