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February 1, 2017
January 25, 2017
Lorimar Pack, Book 2
Prison is no one’s idea of a good time, and it’s even worse for Dell. Confinement has her inner wolf snarling as she paces their cell, and there’s no end in sight. Just as she reaches her breaking point, the pack liaison shows up with an offer she can’t refuse. Dell’s freedom in exchange for going to Faerie and recapturing the fae prince responsible for her current digs.
But this fool’s errand won’t be a solo mission. Isaac Cahill has lost Dell twice, and he’ll be damned if she slips through his fingers again. This time, he’s not letting her out of his sight. Even if it means earning more than a few love bites from his pissed off she-wolf.
What they discover on their perilous quest is that war is closer than anyone imagined. As trusted allies fall and dangerous new threats emerge, Dell discovers one defining truth. Isaac is hers, and she’ll fight to the death for him. And, at the rate this war is coming, she might not have long to wait.
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December 22, 2016
10. This is just a preemptive squee for when the next Hidden Legacy novel releases. Check out Burn for Me if you haven’t yet. The second book–White Hot–will release in May.
9. The Psy-Changeling series by Nalini Singh. Dad was a huge fan of these books, but I couldn’t get into them. Yet several of my friends are avid readers who lose their minds each time a new one releases. Finally I promised I would give them another try. I struggled a bit through the first two, but I was hooked hard by the third. The last three? Amazing. It’s crazy how much my preference swung between the start–when I loved the Changelings more–to the last few books that won me over to the Psy side.
8. T. S. Joyce. I’m just going to leave her name here and say if you love hot and humorous PNR, you’ve got to check out her backlist. She has a ton of interconnected series, a huge bonus for readers. She’s branched off into new territory too. Her new series–Wolves of Winter’s Edge–reminds me a lot of her Fur Hire series, which is my fave of her series.
7. Ilona Andrews gets three spots on here because I’m a shameless addict. Kate Daniels is easily my second favorite UF series running. It’s SO good. Each book is better than the last, and that’s saying something. Have you read Magic Binds yet? No? What are you waiting on?!
6. Gail Carriger’s Parasol Protectorate. Funny, smart and fashionable. I really enjoyed this one. It’s the reason I went on to read her Finishing School series. So glad I did. I definitely recommend this one if you’re looking for something different.
5. PATRICIA BRIGGS. The only reason she’s listed at five and not one is she’s an old favorite. I know going into any of her books that I will be salivating for the next one. Her Mercy Thompson series is my favorite urban fantasy series. Every time I read one of her books, I get this rush and remember all over again why I adore everything she writes. Can I be her when I grow up, please?
4. The Innkeeper Chronicles by Ilona Andrews. I love everything they write, but this series has a special [image error]place in my heart. It’s so much fun, and it’s so unique. The worldbuilding is phenomenal. You can read it chapter by chapter on their website, but I’m one of the odd ducks who waits for entire installments to be posted.
3. Faith Hunter kicked off a new series–Soulwood–this year, and I thought it was fabulous on so many levels. The heroine is unlike any I’ve read, and the cast of characters is diverse and interesting. The best part, though is the tie-in to Jane Yellowrock. I won’t ruin it, but a character from that series crosses over to this one, and I enjoy his suffering. SO MUCH. I know, it makes me a terrible person. But I derived so much joy from his pain. Check out Blood of the Earth. I think you’ll like it.
2. Gail Carriger’s Finishing School series. It’s hilarious. There’s lots of adventure, subterfuge and tea. It’s steampunk, which isn’t my usual read, but these were easy to read and so much fun. Plus, there’s a mechanical sausage dog. How can you beat that? Simple. You can’t.
1. Jenn Stark’s Immortal Vegas series! It’s my favorite discovery of 2016. I gobbled up all her available titles and can’t wait for the next to release on the 27th. Sara is like Indiana Jones. There’s relic hunting, living embodiments of the Tarot deck, and an occasionally swoon-worthy hero who I sometimes want to hit with blunt objects. The first book–Getting Wilde–is currently free. What are you waiting for? Get reading!
December 10, 2016
November 30, 2016
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November 23, 2016
I’ve been promising this for a while, and it’s finally here! You can now purchase Heir of the Dog in audiobook form. I love this narrator. I think she did a great job of capturing Thierry’s spirit.
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November 3, 2016
Dell received a glowing four star review from RT Book Reviews.
“Edwards’ first in her shapeshifting, buttkicking fantastic new UF series, Lorimar Pack, gives us a new spin on “illegal aliens.” She does a bang up job on character introductions, scene settings and worldbuilding, plus her protagonist Dell is compassionate and flawed but perfect for the role. Her narrative flows well and is a paranormal-pun-filled show. Her co-stars are worth their weight in gold and the cliffhanger at the end gives fans something to chew on while they wait for book two.”
You can read the full review here.
October 29, 2016
PROMISE THE MOON IS NOW AVAILABLE!
Lorimar Pack, Book 1
War is a constant threat on Dell Preston’s horizon. As beta of the Lorimar pack, her job is to maintain the peace on the new border between Faerie and Earth at all costs. Even if that means playing nice with her ex,Isaac, the fae who savaged her wolf’s soul, and Enzo Garza, the flirty witch who ought to be focused on building up their magical defenses instead of tearing down the walls around Dell’s heart.
Butler, Tennessee is a pinprick on the map with a diverse population of supernaturals. It’s also chockful of humans who are unaware of the magical rift bruising the sky or the otherworldly insurgents raining down into their zip code.
A local fae’s disappearance catches Dell’s attention, but she dismisses it as an isolated event. Until it happens again. Unable to ignore the strange happenings in her town, she begins an investigation that uncovers so much more than a simple rash of kidnappings.
Now Dell finds herself at the sharp end of a pointed ultimatum. Find the missing and return them to their families or get ready for prime time. Botch this job, and forget coming soon. The war will become tomorrow’s featured attraction instead.
Wolf at the Door (Lorimar Pack #2) is now available for pre-order! amzn.com/B01M4OF54I
Haven’t met the pack yet? Why not start with Dead in the Water? You can grab a FREE copy from Instafreebie.https://www.instafreebie.com/free/Wflkv