Great Pre-Order Price on UNCLAIMED Today!

Unclaimed Amoveo Legend 5

 

FYI…Amazon is currently offering the paperback of UNCLAIMED for the low pre-order price of $4.19! That’s a 40% discount and even cheaper than the ebook version. I have no idea how long the sale will last but wanted  to share the info with my readers who love to read the “old school” way.

Dominic and Tatiana’s story will be out one week from tomorrow and  I can’t wait to hear what you guys think. By the way, if you’re one of Steven’s fans, I promise you’ll get some more insight into his situation. He doesn’t get his HEA yet, in fact he gets kind of beat up in this book, but he will get it eventually. 

I’ll be posting chapter three here tomorrow and if you haven’t done it yet, you can read Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 right now.

Back to working on my blog tour for UNCLAIMED. Be sure to check my Events page because I’ll be updating it frequently over the next few days. I’ll be part of a multi-author Facebook party on Dec. 2nd and a big Twitter Party on Dec. 4th, in addition to multiple blog stops with giveaways and a few signings as well.

 

 

My Vamps are on Sale for $1.99!

 

The Vampires are Coming in 2013!

Exciting news! Tall, Dark, and Vampire (Book 1 in the Dead in the City series) was selected by the peeps at Amazon to be part of their “Big Deal” promotion. Good stuff.

Barnes and Noble has joined the party too, so readers can pick up a copy of TDV for only $1.99!

It’s a great time to try the first book in this new series about my vampires in NYC.

Not sure what it’s about? Here’s what the reviewer at Booklist had to say…

 

Booklist

Olivia, a 300-year-old vampire and proprietor of the Coven, a goth nightclub that is also headquarters for her vampire coven, knows that something strange is going on when she starts dreaming, because vampires don’t dream. Furthermore, she dreams of Douglas, the man she loved who was killed when she was turned. When a man with whom one of her young vampires was playing is found dead, a cop who looks exactly like Douglas—and even has the same first name—is sent to investigate. More murders are committed, and all are linked to Olivia’s nightclub; clearly, a coven of rogue vampires in on the rampage. Vampire politics and legends, like that of blood mates and how true love allows vampires to walk by day, drive this satisfying good-not-evil vampire romance. Olivia cares about family, which, for her, includes people, vampires, dogs, and cats. This novel is the first in a spin-off series, Dead in the City, featuring some of the characters from Humphrey’s Amoveo novels (Undone, 2013). —Diana Tixier Herald

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