His Mortal Angel by Jinni James

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His Mortal Angel
Jinni James

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Publisher: Two Flames Publishing

Date of Publication: August 25, 2013


Number of pages: 86 pages
Word Count:  25,455

Cover Artist: Airicka’s Mystical Creations


Book Description:

Who knew one night could change life forever? But, witnessing a creature with glowing red eyes kidnap her best friend, definitely qualifies as life altering to Erika Stanton. The stubborn college student vows to find her roommate even if it kills her.

Zaid, an immortal, is roused in the middle of the night by a human woman’s nightmares of the rogue he’s been tracking. The stubborn mortal insists on poking her nose where it doesn’t belong -the middle of an immortal battle. He has no intention of allowing Erika to die trying to find her college roomie, especially after realizing Erika is his soul mate.

Will he be able to help Erika? Or will he lose the only woman he could ever truly love?

About the Author:

Jinni James lives in her beloved state of Alabama with her amazing husband, her two precious girls, and her awesome step daughter along with her lazy cat and her hyper dog.  She works during the day as an administrative assistant with her characters talking in her ear all day as she answers phones, works on spreadsheets, and files. As soon as the day winds down Jinni goes home to her family, gets everyone settled, then finally sits at her keyboard and aspires to becoming the author that lives in her head.

Jinni has two books in her Immortal Shifters series, Shifting Hearts and Aspens Vamp and one book so far in her Manhattan Pleasure series called Business and Pleasure.  She also has her first erotic short Temptations published as well.  All of her books can be found on Amazon and other online outlets.

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I wish you all the luck with His Mortal Angel.

Kind Wishes,



What’s Wrong With Mr. Perfect? by Sherry Shaw.

What’s Wrong with Mr. Perfect      
Magically Perfect Series
Book One
Sherri Shaw
Genre: Contemporary Romance and fantasy
Date of Publication: 9/14/2013
ISBN: 978-0-9899878-0-6
Number of pages: 58
Word Count: 19,000
Cover Artist: SherribyDesign.com

Book Description:Chef Ivy Turin is great with food, but not so good with men. When a mysterious vendor gifts her with a jade necklace guaranteed to find true love, she is skeptical. But no sooner does she put on the necklace then star football player, Sam Rockney, walks into her restaurant. Athletic, intelligent, not to mention drop dead gorgeous, Sam seems like the perfect man for her. Too perfect. Is the sexy Seattle quarterback for real, or is there something wrong with Mr. Perfect?

About the Author:To Sherri, the only thing better than reading a good book is writing one. She penned her first novel at seventeen and although she inevitably graduated to a keyboard, she is still creating stories full of adventure, romance, and humor. In addition to writing, she designs her own book covers.

Check out more information at www.sherrishaw.net

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Fire and Shadow by Susan J. McLeod

Fire And Shadow by Susan J McLeod

Fire And Shadow
Lily Evans Mystery Series

Book 2
Susan J McLeod

Genre: Paranormal Suspense

Publisher: Imajin Books

Date of Publication: October 10, 2012

ISBN: 1926997832

Number of pages: 152

Cover Artist: Ryan Doan

Book Trailer: http://bit.ly/VHdye6

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Book Description:

“When the dead need to speak, she must listen…

Artist and Egyptologist Lily Evans struggles with her newly discovered psychic talents, while trying to get her life back to normal now that her mother is in a mental institution and the man Lily loves is far away in England. But “normal” is the last thing she finds.

When her best friend Katy takes her to a Celtic Faire, Lily meets a druid fortune-teller, who warns her that she can “never escape the Other.” Frightened and angry, Lily ignores his dire warning and stumbles across an eerie old portrait of a beautiful woman, who has something to tell her.

With the help of the enigmatic druid and his gifted friends, Lily embarks on a dangerous journey to unravel the mysteries of the portrait, the tarot card reader, an ancient book and whispers of witchcraft. She must discover the truth behind them all…or risk losing her very soul.

About the Author:

Susan Jane McLeod has been writing since she was seven years old. At age eleven she won a county-wide essay contest and her professional career was launched. By the time she was nineteen, her poetry had appeared in several magazines, including American Girl and Seventeen. She also won an honorable mention in The Writer.

She grew up in Rochester, New York, with three sisters and one brother. In her early thirties she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and given a 50-50 chance to live. After two surgeries and chemotherapy, she is cancer free today.

She has worked at several jobs ranging from a baby store to a research consultant, but her favorite was managing a bookstore, surrounded by her passion: literature. She is currently employed by a non-profit foundation that runs Zara’s Center, a home for AIDS-impacted orphans in Zimbabwe.

Susan has published several short stories and two novels. The first, Soul and Shadow, is an award-winning paranormal historical romance. The second, Fire and Shadow, is classified as paranormal suspense. Both books have been in Amazon Top 100 bestseller categories.

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I haven’t read the first one in the Lily Evans Mystery Series, but I was given the opportunity to read this one.

I loved it for what it was. It’s a paranormal/psychic book and it follows Lilly Evans, a girl who sees things. Things that others don’t see. She got better with the right medication, but when she met Cal, a psychic everything started to fall into place, make sense and everything just started to happen here.

I loved the main message, that with the help of true friends, and believing in yourself, you can accomplish everything.

This was a really good book. The characters are well developed and the story has a nice flow to it. I will definitely read the first one, and the third.

I wish you all the luck with this Series, Susan.

Kind Wishes,

Adrienne Woods