WOLF AND SOUL is HERE!!!

WOLF AND SOUL is HERE!!!

Guys…GUYS!!! It has been some kind of journey. Let me tell you, Tu and Grady put me through the emotional wringer. I literally laughed, I literally cried…but I won’t say anymore, because I’m hoping you enjoy every second of their story as much as I did. So without further ado, here’s the description, along with a handy link for downloading: WOLF AND SOUL, Book 3 of the Amazon Bestselling Alaska Princesses Trilogy is finally here!  Tu Ataneq and Grady Wulfkonig are the last two shifters on the face of this earth who would ever get together. They’re complete opposites–him an uptight former sheriff and her a former party girl. Plus, they have history–ugly history that Tu doubts she’ll ever be able overcome....

HOW TO LOVE A BLUE DEMON–An Interview with Sherrod Story

HOW TO LOVE A BLUE DEMON–An Interview with Sherrod Story

Guys! This year, I had the privilege of reading an early draft of HOW TO LOVE A BLUE DEMON by Sherrod Story, and I loved, loved, loved it. But of course I couldn’t review it because the draft I read wasn’t the draft readers would ultimately read. So we decided to do an interview instead. And let me tell you, I so enjoyed doing this interview with Sherrod. So much so that if there are any authors reading this, who would like to get interviewed by me, drop me a line on Facebook or in my gmail account. One requirement tho: I must have reviewed at least one of your books on my site.  But back to the wonderful and amazing, Sherrod Story, whose THE HICK & THE HIPPIE I also loved (gave it an A-). Let’s dig in!   TT: So…a blue demon falls...

WOLF AND PREJUDICE is here!!! (Finally)

WOLF AND PREJUDICE is here!!! (Finally)

Guys, I know it’s been a long road, but we’ve finally reached the promised book, WOLF AND PREJUDICE, the official-official sequel to HER VIKING WOLF. And let me tell you, I love this book. LOVED Alisha. So much, you don’t even know. I just hope you get as much of a kick out of reading it as I did writing it. I also hope it was worth the wait. In any case, thanks so much for your patience. And, as always, thanks so much for your kind emails, comments, and reviews. Most of all, thanks so much for reading. As I’ve stated before, I started out as a fan of IR, and the amount of support so many of you have given me as a writer is a dream come true. So seriously, thank you for making my dreams come true. You’ll never truly understand how...

Wolf and…

Wolf and…

Guys. I mean, GUYS! I don’t even have the words to explain how insanely untidy the fall went down. The day job was pulling on me, the baby was pulling on me, the stories were pulling on me. You don’t even know.  So WOLF AND PREJUDICE coming out in September as promised–yeah, that didn’t happen. It also didn’t happen in October. Or November. And now I’m having to tell you I won’t be releasing a book in December. I’ll be releasing three. What?!?! You didn’t say three, Theodora! Yes, I said three. But how? What happened? I don’t understand… Here’s what happened, guys. Sometimes you plan to tell a story and the side characters become too big to be contained with it. So then you realize that the...

CARNAL KNOWLEDGE by Celeste Anwar

CARNAL KNOWLEDGE by Celeste Anwar

Description: When sassy Kaeli collides with Cajun Lycan, Navarre Lyssandro, it’s chemistry at first sight. If they can survive the vampires who are out to get Navarre, they just might make it work. The Good: Really good action scenes. Kaeli was very sassy and Navarre was very sexy with clever claws that extended (kind of like Wolverine’s). Also, gotta love a Cajun accent. The Bad: Though I liked the characters, there was no time to get to know or care about them. And though the story has really good bones, it was clumsily executed. It felt like getting an outline as opposed to a fully fleshed out short. Also, see the Editing section. The Naughty: Steamy. Explicit language. Editing issues: Weird indents in places. Incorrect capitalization in places....

SHIRA by Tressie Lockwood

SHIRA by Tressie Lockwood

Description: Shira narrowly escapes an abusive relationship, only to find herself in the lair of much more dangerous, not to mention grumpy, predator — a leopard shifter named Max. But could this strange relationship eventually turn into love? The Good: I respected Shira’s desire to get out of her abusive relationship, and cheered for her to do so. Also, I liked that she had an even better relationship with Max’s leopard than the hero himself. The Bad: Great obstacles are set up, only to be somewhat clumsily surmounted. Max’s initial resistance to a relationship with Shira is overcome with an unexplained change of heart, and the final showdown with the main villain is a little too neat. The Naughty: Erotic.  Editing issues: Minor...

LAID BEAR by Eve Vaughn

LAID BEAR by Eve Vaughn

Description: After a near-fatal collision, Zora Calloway wakes up in the cabin of three sexy bear-shifter cousins determined to claim her as their mate. Goldilocks and the three bears, indeed! The Good: This is a really sexy take on a beloved fairytale. Ms. Vaughn is a master of old-school erotic romance structure, and the sex really drives the story. But she also gives us a really interesting and well-executed mystery — it provides just the right amount of plot. I also loved that the level-headed, somewhat beta bear was in charge, and this word pairing: “awesomely serious.” The Bad: The relationship-building gets a little lost in the fray of thick sexual tension during the first half of the book. And Heath and Logan often read as alike, as...

THE NAUGHTY SINS OF A SAINT by Tiana Laveen

THE NAUGHTY SINS OF A SAINT by Tiana Laveen

Description: When Saint, a dynamic, Egyptian-Asian motivational speaker meets Xenia, a popular radio show host, it’s chemistry at first sight. But can this couple clear a whole bunch of hurdles, including their often clashing strong wills, Saint’s mystical roots, Xenia’s disapproving family, and Saint’s many enemies? The Dilemma: I’m at a lost as to how to give this novel a proper review, and I don’t even know how I’d figure out how to give it any kind of letter grade. It’s an epic, polarizing book, and it has many qualities that people will either love or hate. For example… Saint: Saint is a fascinating hero, an engaging speaker who keeps it real and speaks his mind. Even if you don’t agree with what he...