Monday, April 25, 2016

Cover Reveal For Falling for Phoenix

Hi gang I am excited to share this cover reveal with you today. This is the third book in Eryn's series, and I have been lucky enough to read a copy already. You're all going to love it. Although the book is not available just yet, please take a moment to check out the cover, learn about the book and of course a little about the wonderful author.

From the ashes they will arise.

Rhys Hannel is the raucous, playboy brother to movie star Oliver, and Interpol agent Edward Hannel. They were always the good ones, the sons who made their parents proud, the ones who married and settled down. Rhys wasn’t. Dating whomever, drinking top shelf liquors, and living in the lap of luxury from his earnings as a stockbroker was more his style. That is until one slip up left him careerless, penniless, and addicted to whatever made him forget the lifestyle he once had. With his world crashing down at his feet there was only one way to go…back to the beginning and start all over again.

Gracen Phoenix, on the other hand, is forced to be reborn by a mother who wants only for her daughter to accept her place in her late father’s crime organization. Gracen, or Mae Khai as her birth certificate reads, wants nothing to do with her father’s legacy, but knows her mother won’t take no for an answer and does what she must to be free from her control…run away and start all over again.

Two people, two worlds, two paths collide in the hills of Los Angeles, with Rhys recovering and Gracen hiding. Drawn to each other, they find solace with one another despite the secrets of their pasts that threaten to tear them apart.  All they need is trust and truth and letting go of the ashes they rose from to start all over again.

COMING MAY 25th, 2016

Meet The Author

Eryn LaPlant grew up wishing she could have lived in the books she read, living through characters and their romantic adventures. Now she writes romances of her own to share with readers like you. When not writing, she spends her time with her loving husband, their handsome son and fluffy Pomeranian, Marley, in the Land of Lincoln. 

For more information on Eryn, please visit her website:

Other works by Eryn include:

Beneath the Wall
The Blue Lute

Falling for Heroes series:
Falling for Shock
Falling for Freedom
 Falling for Phoenix
Coming up next ~ Falling for Hope

You can find Eryn on these social media outlets:

If you have not yet read the other books in the series Eryn has the series box set on sale for a limited time.

Monday, April 11, 2016

Cover Reveal with author T.J. Lyons

Jordan Jennings is a successful self-made photographer with a dicey past he refuses to face. He’s had no reason to, happy in his life with his mother and twin brother. That is until he meets a woman strong enough to draw him from his repression.

Running from her own past, Mary Evans has lived in hiding for the last 12 years. Horses became her life when she discovered she had a gift for working with them. When she is brought a fiery cremello mare, a mental bond develops between her and the animal like no other. But it isn’t until a sinfully gorgeous photographer enters her barn that her life takes a drastic turn.

Together, Jordan and Mary find a new lease on life. But before their future can begin, they must return to each of their pasts, two parts of their worlds that collide and threatens to tear them apart. Now the question remains, will they survive the torment? And is it even possible to achieve the perfect happily ever after?

Meet The Author

T.J. Lyons started writing stories in second grade. She has been writing stories ever since. Many stories later, she shares some of her stories with readers to enjoy. She has a love of the outdoors and animals and kids.

When not writing, TJ spends her time teaching special need high school students and with her three animals: Jules the Red Heeler, Thor the grey tuxedo cat, and American Quarter Horse, Blaze.  She lives in North Texas.

Where to Find T.J.

Friday, April 8, 2016

Interview With Author Kate McMahill

Joining us today to celebrate her new release is author Kate McMahill

When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
My love of crafting stories began in high school. Well after high school I dusted off a short story I had written years earlier for a creative writing class. My teacher noted on the paper that with more character development I was well on my way to a novel. Taking her advice, I scanned the pages into my computer and turned the story into my first novel, and have never looked back.

When did you write your first book?
My first novel, The Lodge, was published in 2004, but the idea developed years earlier. The Lodge is the story my high school writing teacher commented on that I mentioned in the previous question.

What do you like to do when you’re not writing?
If the weather is nice I like to garden, hike, or just explore the nearby mountains. When I’m stuck inside I enjoy putting together jigsaw puzzles and reading. My broader passions are travel, and I’m a bit of a foodie.

How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?
10 (9 novels and one non-fiction). Picking a favorite is a very difficult question to answer. There’s something about each of my stories that I love, whether it’s an exotic location, the characters, or a plot with tidbits pulled from life, but I think my latest novel, A Taste of Tragedy, is my best work yet. 

Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?
I get ideas from travel (Marked In Mexico), remnants of dreams (Deadly Exodus), magazine articles and documentaries (Shrouded In Secrets), and I even sometimes get creative nuggets from my life, especially my rural youth, like the Wyoming settings in Big Horn Storm and A Dose of Danger. In fact, I doubt I could have written the terrifying horseback escapes in Big Horn Storm without growing up on horseback and having some pretty harrowing experiences in the backcountry. As far as information, some of my novels require an extensive amount of research, and I rely heavily on the internet.

Can you tell me and your readers something about your main characters?
A Taste of Tragedy is book two in the Risky Research series. The main new character is Morgan Hunter, a success driven business woman who will stop at nothing to succeed until she stumbles upon information potentially too dangerous to ignore. One of the main characters who will carry through all the books in the series is Devyn Nash. Devyn is a socially challenged, tough and gritty FBI agent, who isn’t all that good at playing by the rules, yet has a tender heart buried under layers of insecurity.

What do you think makes a good story?
Strong characters (protagonists and antagonists), a complex well-developed plot, and a great setting are all essential in order to craft a compelling story.

What are your favorite book genres in writing and reading? Why?
I mostly read suspense and adventure in many forms, from romantic suspense to pure action adventure. I’m pretty true to my genre, whether I’m writing or not, though I do throw in a few different genres every now and then to keep it fresh. I enjoy suspense and adventure because I love to be entertained and to be transported to a world much more exciting than my real life.   

Who are you favorite authors to read?

James Rollins, Clive Cussler, and Dan Brown

Kate's New Release

Morgan Hunter sacrificed everything for her career. She had yet to encounter anything she wasn’t willing to do to succeed...until now. When she uncovers evidence that the healthy foods she’s been hired to promote may be dangerous, she must reevaluate her priorities. As questions mount and the body count rises, she finds herself caught in the cross-hairs of an organization that will stop at nothing to hide its secrets and protect its profits. With no one else to trust, Morgan is forced to seek help from the man she drove away, but whom she never stopped loving...

Where To Find Kate