Thursday, February 28, 2013

Sex Club Secrets Review Tour

Ella is in love with her best friend Kade. But her love has not been returned, and when bisexual Kade shows no signs of becoming romantic toward her, she decides to call a halt on her unrequited love and accept an invitation to a celebrated Melbourne sex club.

Kade is distressed when the woman he is beginning to see as more than a friend decides to visit Secrets before he can tell her how he feels. He follows her into the club and witnesses her at play with the enigmatic Anteros, a sexy god-like man who seems to know exactly how to satisfy her innermost cravings. But Anteros also feeds the hidden desires within Kade. How can he admit his feelings for Ella when he's not sure he can commit with his whole heart?

Anteros is one of the erotes, an aspect of Eros and the ancient Greek god of requited and unrequited love. He has heard the call of these would-be lovers and intends to show them that friendship can sometimes be the best place to kick start a lasting romantic relationship. But love cannot flourish unless it is returned, and how will he convince Kade—a man who occasionally enjoys other men—that he can be true to the woman he loves? What will happen to this couple when the night ends and they return to the real world outside the door of Secrets?

Has one of the gods of love finally taken on a challenge he cannot fulfill?


"Welcome to Secrets, Ella. We're really glad you decided to join us this evening." Her voice was husky and sensual, and a primitive quiver darted across Ella's skin. Wow.

"Thank you," she answered, her skittering heart lending a slight breathlessness to her own voice. "My, ah, friend decided not to join me this evening, so—"

"That's fine." The woman's mouth curled up at one corner in an expression that was almost sly. "Quite often we find it better if patrons come alone, anyway. Less chance of inhibitions getting in the way. Come through, Ella. There's someone here who's been waiting to meet you…very impatiently, I must say."

Her tone was indulgent. Whoever was waiting was clearly a favored—what had she called it?—patron.

Ella's curiosity grew as the other woman wrapped long, crimson-tipped fingers around her upper arm and drew her further into the venue. Would whoever was waiting to meet her be the one who had sent the invitation? Would it be someone she knew?

I hope not.

The only person for whom she had sexual feelings had been left outside the door of the club seething with displeasure at his vanilla friend daring to try something new. And without his approval, either.

Bad luck, Kade. I'm here tonight for me. No one else. Just me. And my unrequited desires, apparently.

The flip-flop of her stomach sent a wave of warmth spiraling downward and her womb squeezed in nervous anticipation of what might lie ahead.

I'm in a freaking sex club! I can't believe I'm here.

My Review:
3.5 stars, rounded up to 4

This was a very good erotic romance that I enjoyed. I liked that it had a decent plot, and that it wasn’t just about their sexual encounter, but actually worked towards a potential HEA, though the book leaves off at a HFN. It also left me wanting the next book, so I could hopefully see their relationship develop, and to see Aphrodite fall in love. I also now want to read the other books in the series.

The only problem I had is with some of the sex (descriptions, acts, etc.). There were times when it was over-the-top and corny, and made me laugh rather than getting me hot. Also, there were times when it was dragged out and so I ended up skipping it in order to keep the story flow going.

All in all though, this was a nice short read that I would recommend to anyone looking for an erotic romance with a good plot.

Jennifer will be awarding a $10 Amazon GC plus a Kindle copy of Platinum Passion (GODS OF LOVE 1) and Aphrodite Calling (GODS OF LOVE 2) to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour, and a $20 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn host.

February 25:  BadBarbsPlace
February 26:  Readaholic's Reviews
February 27:  The Divas of Desire
February 28:  Sharing Links and Wisdom
March 1:  Words of Wisdom from The Scarf Princess
March 1:  Melissa Kendall Author

Bio and Links:

Jennifer Lynne is multi-published in sensual and erotic romance and writes from her home in Melbourne, Australia. She has a degree in literature and media studies and has worked as a business writer and journalist for companies both large and small. She has even worked in an optical store! She lives in hope that readers will continue to enjoy her novella-length tales of love and lust.

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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Laura's Light SBB

Forty-two- year- old single mother Laura Harris devoted more than half her life to raising her son. She remembered the concept of having sex but it had been aeons since she’s actually been a participant - especially with a real flesh-and-blood partner. But it’s time to reclaim her life. Her son is a man now. And the rising star of the Jets rugby league team. Their future is brighter than ever and, for the first time, financially secure. But Laura is starting to think agreeing to have dinner with Trevor Hughes could be biting off more than she can chew. Not that she can’t see herself taking a nice big chunk from the absolutely gorgeous thirty-four-year-old sports commentator’s rump, he’s one prime piece of masculinity! She just isn’t sure how or when the whole sex thing will become an issue. She can’t even get past the what-to-wear step. Let alone the when-to-take-it-off stage…

Trevor Hughes usually avoids the woman with substance - he has enough of his own demons to deal without trying to care for anyone else. But there’s something about the upbeat, sexy, one-woman-dynamo Laura Harris. The woman is pure sunshine and happiness. And that’s surprising when you look at what life has handed her. Nothing seemed to dampen Laura’s spirits and she quickly becomes someone Trevor needs in his life…Until misunderstandings come between them. Can Trevor put things right?


“I didn’t mean to fall asleep. I’m sorry… I should have left hours ago. This isn’t what is supposed to happen these days, I suspect.” Laura caught sight of the light shining from the corner of the closed drapes.

“The sun is up! I have no idea what time it is. What on earth is Mitchell
going to think?” Laura started to struggle in an attempt to free herself from Trevor’s hold, tried to remove herself from his arms, his bed. Then, realizing she was naked, she froze. How the hell was she going to make a gracious exit when she would have to hunt, completely naked in front of him, for her clothing? Any chance of her maturing body’s flaws remaining hidden in the room’s darkness was now fading as the sun rose. Not to mention the walk of shame she was facing, going home in the probably now rumpled clothing that she’d left home in last night. Laura groaned.

“Oh, this is so embarrassing. I’m not really up on the etiquette this sort of thing involves. You know, the morning after the night before. What the hell was I thinking?” Laura buried her face into the pillow, thinking that hiding from the world might magically make all her uncertainty and embarrassment go away.

She heard Trevor chuckling next to her, and anger was the first emotion to take hold.

“This might seem funny to you, but I’m not some young bunny that hops from bed to bed. This is my first one-night stand and I’m a mother, for goodness’ sake. What will I tell my son? ‘Yes, Mitchell, it’s okay for me to stay out all night without letting you know, but heaven help you if you do the same to me—I’m the only one allowed to worry in this family.’ Not to mention the fact I’ve never stayed away from home before. No, I’m sure Mitchell is feeling just fine that his accusations proved correct, that we did end up in bed together. My God, what must he think of me?” And if the embarrassment of admitting her lack of a sex life hadn’t been enough to completely humiliate her, then bursting into tears left her in no doubt.

Donna will be awarding a $50 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour. So the more you comment, the better your chances of winning.

1.  Decadent Delights
2.  Sharing Links and Wisdom
3.  Regina May Ross's Blog
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5.  Full Moon Dreaming
6.  Bunny's Review
7.  Wickedly Wanton Tales
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12.  Books to Light Your Fire
13.  Read Your Writes Book Reviews
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15.  Pink Fluffy Hearts: Diary of a Coffee Addict
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20.  Worlds of Possibilities
21.  Books Amour
22.  Kate Patrick...unlock your fantasies
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24.  Of Kink, Romance, and Writing
25.  Wake Up Your Wild Side
26.  Author Raine Delight's Blog
27.  My Odd Little World
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29.  Of Ink And Quille
30.  Books and Other Spells
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32.  Rachel Leigh
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34.  Janna Shay's Fair Play
35.  Racing To Read
36.  All I Want and More
37.  Simply Ali
38.  Where's My Muse?
39.  Krystal Shannan - Where Love & Destiny Collide
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48.  Triad Literary Works
49.  Long and Short Reviews
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Bio and Links:

Sydney-born Donna Gallagher decided at an early age that life needed be tackled head on.

Leaving home at 15 she supported herself through her teen years.
In her twenties she married a professional sportsman, her love of sport -- especially rugby league -- probably overriding her good sense.

The seven-year marriage was an adventure. There were the emotional ups and downs of having a husband with a public profile in a sometimes glamorous but always high-pressure field. There were always interesting characters to meet and observe and even the opportunity to live for a
time in the UK.

Eventually Donna returned home a single woman, but she never lost her
passion for watching sport, as well as the people in and around it.

Now happily re-married and with three sons Donna loves coffee mornings with her female friends, sorting through problems from the personal to the international. But she's on even footing with the keenest man when it comes to watching and talking rugby league.

Donna considers herself something of a black sheep in a family of high achievers. Her brother has a doctorate in mathematics and her sister is a well-known sports journalist.

An avid reader, especially of romance, Donna finally found she couldn't stop the characters residing in her imagination from spilling onto paper. Naturally rugby league is the backdrop to her League of Love Series, published through UK publisher Total-E-Bound, spicy tales of hunky heroes and spunky heroines overcoming adversity to eventually find true love.

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Monday, February 25, 2013

A Very Russian Christmas Review Tour

A Very Russian Christmas
by Krystal Shannan
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Romantic Suspense
Categories: Action, Interracial/Multicultural
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Release Date: December 7, 2012
Heat Level: Sizzling
Word Count: 13,000

For most of her adult life, bodyguards have shadowed Ksenia Sharanov, daughter of a Russian mobster. Her one serious relationship left her brokenhearted when she learned he only sought her father’s power and money.

A ski vacation with her college roommates ends on a terrifying note. Her father’s enemies have been following her more closely than anyone could have anticipated. The mistake will cost a life…but will it cost her heart? Or will she find love in the arms of a complete stranger?

Matt O’Reilly, a retired Marine, generally keeps to himself. Working as a deputy in a small country sheriff’s office, provides just enough seclusion for him to cut himself off from his family’s pity and the heartache of losing his wife. He never thought love would be in the books for him again. Will the sudden arrival of a spunky dark-haired Russian beauty change his mind?

Warning: This title is intended for readers over the age of 18 as it contains explicit sex scenes and/or situations and adult language which may be considered offensive to some readers.


Too much vodka.

Ksenia Sharanov groaned and rolled over on the downy comforter covering the huge king-sized bed in her room. Last night had turned into a lopsided game of “I’ve never.” Stupid game. Her roomies, Kate, Maria, and Patti quickly figured out she’d never done a lot of things and turned the game on her. Morning was not a close friend, and a pounding headache was helping her greet the rising sun.

Usually, she spent her whole winter break with her dad, but he’d had some last minute business to deal with. No need to ask what business dared interrupt their winter holiday. The daughter of a Russian mobster just nodded and moved on with life. And she always did. Top of her class in computer science and engineering at NYU, Ksenia kept as much distance as possible between herself and Papa’s business. Even so, he’d still assigned a trusted friend, Yuri Borodin, as a permanent bodyguard. Yuri wasn’t so bad though. He gave her space when needed, and she’d barely noticed him around the lodge. Her roommates didn’t seem to care either. He was her driver as well as her bodyguard, making him a very familiar face.

Ksenia sat up, stretching her arms above her head until the joints popped. She slid out of bed, walked to the window, and pulled back the curtains. The snow-covered mountains around the Denver ski lodge were breathtaking. The morning sun reflected through the fluffy white clouds, creating long rays of light.

A knock at the door made her turn.

“Sen? Are you awake?”

“Coming, Patti.” She left the scenic view to open her bedroom door.

Patti, one of Ksenia’s three college roommates, strolled into the suite—petite, blonde, and a live-wire business marketing major.

Ksenia laughed. “Why are you so perky? You know we have to leave today.”

“I know.” Patti waved a dismissive hand. “You know that cute banker, Bryan, flirted with me all week. He asked for my number this morning.” Squealing commenced and Ksenia winced at the high pitch. She loved Patti to death, but the girl had a voice like a strangled toy poodle when excited.

“You’ve already been downstairs?” Ksenia yawned.

“I wanted to see Bryan one last time before we left. We ate breakfast together. You
know, if you don’t hurry you will miss breakfast. It’s ten o’clock already…. When is the limo picking us up for the airport?”

“Oh my God, Patti. Slow down. I haven’t had my coffee yet.”

Guest Post:

Thank you so much for having me here today! I’m so excited to be touring for A Very Russian Christmas.

Let’s talk about inspiration. This story for me started with one of my favorite characters on the TV show LOST GIRL, Kenzie. I love Kenzie from the show and the actress that plays her is named Ksenia –voila! How my heroine got her name.

I adore the quirky character she plays on the television show and her uber-confidence. Even though MY Ksenia isn’t exactly the same as the television version, I have to say she inspired mine. I think my Ksenia is fun and quirky from her colorful dialogue to her bright neon underwear. The hero certainly thinks so ;-)

For me, most stories start with a name. I can’t write if I don’t know who they are. My Ksenia shared her struggles and frustrations with me (I know, I know. I hear voices….LOL…at least I don’t see ‘dead people’…that would be scary).

Then came Matt. He had to be tough enough to handle the sticky situation following her around, plus he needed to need someone like her to show him it was okay to love again. I honestly don’t know where his name came from, it just sort of showed up and felt right. Once I had his name we were off to the races! Or, in their case…of to the isolated cabin in the middle of a snowstorm! Need I say more?

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Feb 25: Sharing Links and Wisdom (Guest Post/Review)
Feb 25: Veiled Secrets Reviews (Author Interview)
Feb 27: MsRomanticReads (Guest Post/Review)
Feb 28: Bea's Book Nook (Guest Post)
Feb 28: Rachel Leigh - erotic romance (Author Interview)
Mar 1: Books Books and More Books (Guest Post/Review)

About the Author:

Krystal Shannan lives in Texas with her husband and young daughter. She teaches in the public schools and writes as much as she can in her free time. If any more spare time can be squeezed from her day, she enjoys reading romance in all genres, but especially paranormal. In addition to a doting husband and a spunky daughter, a stubborn Welsh Corgi completes the household, adding hours of entertainment and fun to their lives.

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Tuesday, February 19, 2013


Alright, this is in regards to anyone who participates in my contests. I have been trusting in the past with trusting that if you say you did one of the entries, you did it. For example, if you said you followed me on GFC, twitter, and email, I believed you. Well, it's been brought to my attention that people have apparently been entering without actually completing the requirements for that entry (and thanks to the person who brought it to my attention, you know who you are and I appreciate it). I make it super easy to enter, all I ask for is a comment. If you do more, you earn more entries.

And for the naysayers who say that being forced to do more to earn more isn't fair, here's the deal: it doesn't cost you anything other than time and a little brain power to win these prizes. However, it does cost me to offer them, so I'm asking for very little in exchange for the chance to get something for free. Heck, most of the entries can then be re-used for future giveaways, so it does pay off in the long run. Also, you can win with one or two entries. In fact, my Vamps for Valentines winner only entered by commenting and won. So yes, you can win if you just comment. Though I do encourage you to follow me to earn more entries, you don't have to in order to win, it only increases your chances of doing so. So please quit complaining to me about it.

Me when people cheat in my giveaways
I know some of you may think I'm overreacting, but when I went to pick a winner for the Vamps hop, my first two winners chosen were disqualified for not completing an entry they claimed. Now, I don't know how many others have slipped by in my past giveaways, but I'm cracking down on it now. I work hard to do giveaways and such, and I ask for very little in return. So if you don't want to follow me, I'm not forcing you to. Just don't say you did something you didn't. It hurts my feelings and it's rude to me. I understand that sometimes, accidents happen. Maybe you thought you completed the requirements and something went haywire, fine, I understand, really. But you know, I double-check my contest entries because I'm paranoid and have to double check to make sure, so maybe next time you should take the time to do so as well. It's not fair for me to pick winners who didn't when there are others who completed all the entries they submitted.

However, if you constantly keep submitting entries without completing them, then I will block you and ban you from all future giveaways, as it's not fair to me or others who follow the rules.

Now, for those of you who read all the way through this post, I want to thank you for taking the time to do so, and to reward you, leave a comment with your thoughts (is there anything I need to clarify, was I too harsh, has this happened to you, etc) and also like my new Facebook page for the blog, and tell me in the comments. What's the prize? Depending on how many people comment, it increases. If I get under 15 comments, it's a $5 Amazon giftcard, 16-30 comments, a $10 giftcard, and so on. Every time I get 15 more comments, I add $5. The contest is open until March 31st. Thanks so much to all my loyal followers, I really appreciate your support.

P.S. To answer an email I received, yes I am an Amazon Associate and I am thinking of becoming an ARE one as well. I also have a photo and link on my sidebar for a survey-taking site called MindField. If you click on any of those links, I get credit for you buying/joining. Yes, I am a college student, no I don't make a lot of money. Yes, I pay for every single one of the giveaways I post unless through a tour or otherwise noted, and yes, it can get expensive. I pay for it by using the money I get through Amazon Associates and through giftcards and out of my own pocket. Yes, it does make a difference if you buy through my links, it really does, even if it's just a .99 ebook. Because all those .99 ebooks add up. And any amount helps defray my costs and enables me to have more giveaways. It makes a world of difference to me and it definitely makes my day. Also, I get a $1 credit for every person who uses my link to sign up on MindField. So please, if you have the time and if you want to be generous, feel free to use my links, it means the world to me. Yes, I do get rewarded for it, no it's not a scam, and yes, it does matter.

Alrighty, one last note from me. I love my followers, you guys rock and help encourage me everyday to keep blogging. Thanks a bunch guys, I heart you all!

Monday, February 18, 2013

Lucky Charm Excerpt Tour

Twenty-eight-year old Annabel Green is about to tie the knot with her college love, an aspiring author Jeremy Blake, but her plans for an ideal wedding are rudely interrupted when she catches Jeremy kissing his gorgeous book agent.
Shell-shocked by Jeremy’s betrayal, Annabel retreats into the quiet routine of TV dinners and solitary evenings. It is then that Annabel’s best friend, fashion designer Lilly Clayton, sets herself on a mission to draw Annabel out of her shell. In an attempt to persuade Annabel to keep an open mind on dating, Lilly takes Annabel for a stunning makeover, but after Annabel passes on a date with a dashing entrepreneur, Lilly decides that more drastic measures are needed. Lilly invites Annabel to see a palm reader who gives Annabel a lucky charm that is supposed to help her find true love.

A few weeks later, Annabel meets a new love interest, and as the two embark on a whirlwind romance, she starts to believe in the power of the talisman the palm reader has given her. But what Annabel doesn’t know is that Lilly is hiding a secret that could unravel her faith in her newly found luck in love.

On Monday Jeremy taught a writing workshop. It was a part-time job that he had started a few months ago. Jeremy’s class ended at six-thirty, and Annabel thought that she would surprise him by meeting him after work.

She locked her notes in her desk drawer, just as an extra precaution in case Janine decided to pay an after-hours visit to her office.

“Have a good night, Janine,” Annabel called over her shoulder as she headed out the door. Janine could stay as late as she wanted to impress Paige, but her copy was still bland and unoriginal – just another proof that quality was rarely replaced by quantity.

Paige’s agency was on Fifty Seventh and Third, and the workshop where Jeremy taught was on Seventy Fifth and Madison. With an hour to spare, Annabel opted for a walk. It was a gorgeous evening, and she had spent the entire day wishing she could be outside instead of being stuck at the office. As she walked up Madison Avenue, she absentmindedly scanned the windows of the nearby cafes and boutiques. The landscape was constantly changing, with new shops opening up and old ones going out of business. Her cell phone began to ring, and she rummaged through her purse. The contents of her bag were always a mess, and half the time she managed to locate her phone only by the time the caller had given up hope and hung up. This time she was lucky and picked up on the fourth ring.
“Wow, I can’t believe you actually picked up your cell phone!” Lilly’s voice rang from the receiver.
“Hi, Lilly.” Annabel ignored her friend’s pointed remark. “How did your date go?”

“I think I’ve died and gone to heaven! Although I don’t know if orgasms are allowed in heaven.”

“Lilly!” Annabel lowered her voice to a hushed whisper for fear that someone might overhear her. “Don’t tell me that you’ve slept with him already? You’ve only just met the guy!”

“Well, he’s going back to Paris in a little over a month. That doesn’t exactly leave much time for chit chat, does it?” When it came to sex, Lilly maintained an opinion that in today’s world, women could sleep with whom they wanted, whenever they wanted. Her choice of partners was as diverse as her timing of intimate encounters. Some got lucky after the first date while others had to wait as long as three months.
“That’s not the point. What do you even know about this guy? He could be a serial killer or a sexual deviant! Serial killers can be very charming, you know. That’s how they lure in their victims,” Annabel recited a line from an article she had read on the subject a while back.
“He’s definitely not a serial killer. Otherwise, I wouldn’t be talking to you right now, would I? As for the sexual deviant part – he could certainly qualify...” Lilly giggled self-contentedly. “Do you want to meet for a drink? I’m dying to dish.”
“How about tomorrow? I kind of wanted to spend tonight with Jeremy.”
“Oh, that reminds me. Did he appreciate your little get-up last night?”
Annabel was about to give her standard “No comment” response, the answer she always gave Lilly whenever her friend’s questions about her sex life got too personal, when her glance fell on one of the tables of a sidewalk café across the street.
“Annabel, are you there? Don’t go all quiet on me. I get it, you don’t want to talk about your sex life, which is fine by me, since I’m more than happy to talk about mine instead.”
“Lilly, I have to go. I’ll call you later.” With her eyes glued to the pair seated at the table across the street, Annabel snapped her cell phone shut and shoved it into her bag.
The wheat-blond back of the man’s head looked unmistakably like Jeremy’s, and the bleached blond updo of his female companion belonged to none other than Jeremy’s book agent, Athena Christy, a statuesque blond whose credentials were as powerful as her looks. The two sat together at a small table - the kind that every New York café with sidewalk space puts out at the slightest sign of warm weather.

Marie will be awarding to five randomly drawn commenters at the end of the tour (US ONLY), one of the following five custom-designed jewelry prizes:

Prize 1: Smoky quartz necklace with sterling silver flower clasp
Prize 2: Lapis and labradorite necklace with sterling silver clasp
Prize 3: Kayanite and turquoise sterling silver necklace
Prize 4: Onyx and red agate sterling silver bracelet
Prize 5: Jade, amber and red agate necklace

So the more you comment, the better your chances of winning!

February 11:  Christine Young Romance Writer
February 12:  The Bunny's Review
February 12:  STOP 2  Rachel Brimble Romance
February 13:  Books and Other Spells
February 14:  It's Raining Books
February 15:  Donna's Blog Home
February 18:  Sharing Links and Wisdom
February 19:  Queen of all She Reads
February 20:  Ramblings From This Chick
February 21:  Dawn's Reading Nook
February 22:  Nightstand Novels
February 25:  Kaisy Daisy's Corner
February 26:  Musings From An Addicted Reader
February 27:  Christy McKee Writes About Women in the "Sweet Spot" of Life
February 27:  STOP 2  All I want and more
February 28:  Andi's Book Reviews
March 1:  Crazy Four Books
March 4:  Cocktails and Books
March 5:  A Tasty Read
March 6:  Deal Sharing Aunt
March 7:  Welcome to My World of Dreams
March 8:  BadBarbsPlace

Bio and Links:

Marie Astor is the author of contemporary romance novels This Tangled Thing Called Love, Lucky Charm, On the Rim of Love, romantic suspense, To Catch a Bad Guy, and a short story collection,  A Dress in a Window. Marie is also the author of young adult fantasy adventure novel, Over the Mountain and Back.

If you would like to learn more about Marie’s writing, please stop by her website or visit her on Facebook.

Books by Marie Astor:
This Tangled Thing Called Love – a contemporary romance about overcoming one’s inhibitions, learning to tango, and finding one’s true love match.
Lucky Charm – a humorous contemporary romance about love, luck and friendship.
On the Rim of Love – a contemporary romance about the unexpected power of love.
A Dress in a Window – a collection of short stories about love, coincidences, and fate.
Over the Mountain and Back – young adult fantasy adventure novel about a boy who takes his snowboard for a ride and finds himself in a magical, hidden world he never knew existed.