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Monday, January 16, 2012

Reader Rally




Welcome to my post for the Reader Rally, hosted by Romance at Random!

For your chance to win books and/or gift cards, visit Romance at Random (clickable link highlighted) and visit the listed links. Each participating site is giving away a book or gift card of their choice.

Romance at Random is also offering their own grand prize on www.romanceatrandom.com for a random drawing of free books--winner announced 2/1/2012.

The winner of my prize will receive an e-copy of Santa for Christmas, a short fantasy romance, and an ARC (most likely won't have cover art) e-copy of my soon-to-be-released fantasy romance, Bound by the Mist.

For a chance to win my prize, leave a comment with your name and e-mail address (if worried about spam, you can enter your email like this: janedoe (at) yahoo (dot) com.

You can find me at FacebookTwitter, and my website. I love to hear from readers!

Now on to the blurbs for both stories:

Bound by the Mist

A magic that's fading


Relian has lived a life that hasn’t changed in millennia, and he likes it that way. As Prince of the Erian people, he has his conscripted duties. And a human, even one as desirable as Cal, does not fit into them. But as the enemy darkindred knock on the borders and the magic of his people fades, he might just have to find room.


A love that's binding


College Student Cal Weston spends a good portion of her time trying to keep people from thinking she's crazy, including herself. And with good reason. But her carefully constructed reality is turned upside down when she discovers that Relian, the seductive elvin prince who has been starring in her sensuous fantasies, isn’t merely a myth and his magical kingdom really exists. Now she’s bound to an elf and stuck in a land where no one, least of all Relian, is willing to spill any answers about the truth of her arrival.


Two people, two worlds meet in the mist


Even as love grows between them, can they lay aside their differences to embrace a life together?

Santa for Christmas

Sanclen hates everything about Christmas. Too bad he’s stuck as Santa until he “earns” his repentance. As a banished elf serving many centuries in Antarctica’s Claus Village, spreading holiday cheer to the human masses is a process that turns his stomach. But when Santa’s Orb reveals his newest torment – a mandated case he’s to solve – he has no choice but to go into the seething heart of humanity: the abode of a sexy single mother and her child. 

Mari can’t believe she found a lunatic hiding in her adopted son’s room. The arrogant man claims to not only be an elf but also Santa. Admittedly, he’s a fine specimen of male beauty. He doesn’t look anything like Old St. Nick nor does he resemble the little toy makers the North Pole is famous for.

After Sanclen spirits them away to Claus Village in Antarctica, she and Sanclen trade barbs and struggle not to fall in love. But he’s running out of time to find out what lies at the heart of his case if he wants to save the young family that has come to mean so much to him.

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