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Coveting a little paranormal romance? Meet the new Entangled lineup!

Paranormal romance has long been a genre grounded in heavy world-building and dark, tortured heroes. We love those traditional paranormals at Entangled and have an amazing selection under our Select and Edge imprints. Book seri...
 
 
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Book Tour & Giveaway (US/Int): A poem for the females by Bayou Heat’s Jean-Baptiste

Please help me welcome Bayou Heat co-authors Alexandra Ivy and Laura Wright! Instead of a traditional guest post or character interview, these creatively clever ladies... *ahem* I mean... Bayou Heat shifter hero Jean-Baptist...

 
 
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Book Tour & Giveaway: Caridad Piñiero on sexy stories & characters that come alive

As a writer, you want to challenge yourself to try different things with your writing so that you can grow. THE SHIFTER’S KISS and GHOST OF A CHANCE were both challenges for me and a lot of fun.
 
 
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Book Tour & Giveaway (US): A cozy chat with Lucifer & a peek into the world of Clovarow

First off, I’d like to thank Grave Tells for inviting me to be a guest on their site! Instead of giving a summary of my book, The Atlantis Key, I thought a character interview might be more entertaining for readers. One of the ...

 
 
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Giveaway (US/Int) & Spotlight on: Stephanie Rowe’s Darkness Arisen and Order of the Blade series

Darkness Hunts Him. Calydon warrior Ian Fitzgerald refuses to die. Cursed by black magic, he has stayed alive through sheer force of will and unyielding commitment to a mission he is sworn to complete. There is only one thing ...
 
 
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Giveaway (US/Int): Jess Macallan on gargoyle hotties and revenge best served stone cold

I’m thankful to be at GraveTells today. I’m celebrating the release of the second book in my Set in Stone series, Stone Cold Revenge, which features a hot gargoyle as one of the main characters. I’ve been asked many times why a...