Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! Welcome to the Valentine’s Day Blog Hop, in which a number of authors are taking part (list below). Don’t forget to check out the other posts for romance and giveaways.
I am currently between releases, but a couple of my older novels are coming up to their 2 year anniversaries shortly. The Eye of the Beholder was released by Wilde City Press on April 29, 2015. Sadly, Wilde City recently decided to close their doors, but have gone out with grace and respect. The Eye of the Beholder is not currently available as an eBook although a few random paperback copies are still on Amazon. If you like a fairytale “beauty and the beast” type story with magic and vampires included, and you haven’t read the story, or you’d simply like to pick up a paperback, I’m giving away a signed copy for Valentine’s Day. Comment on this post and tell me what you like about “beauty and the beast.” The story’s blurb is below.
The Eye of the Beholder
Vince Voss is obsessed with physical beauty. Influenced by his aunt, with whom he runs a modeling business, he has become unfeeling and cruel. Vince’s mother, who was a witch in life, returns to show him a better way to live. She casts a spell to take away his good looks and he finds himself challenged with searching for someone to love him, without the use of physical attraction.
Vince eventually meets a lonely male vampire, Peter, and despite his reluctance to get involved with him, he decides to use Peter to help him lift the spell. Little does he know that at first, Peter is using him too, and he finally realizes what’s really important when he falls for Peter along the way.
And There’s More…
I have another signed paperback giveaway for you! Beyond The Scars is also not far from its 2nd anniversary. It was released in June 2015 by Wayward Ink Publishing, so I’m giving away a copy of this as well. Check out the blurb below if you’d like a copy, comment on this post and tell recce me another “MC escapes from abuse” story.
Beyond The Scars
After years of physical and mental abuse, Tommy Chadwick finally finds the strength to leave Colin, his tormentor. But Tommy soon finds that escaping his violent boyfriend was only the first step on his path to recovery.
Now he must overcome feelings of worthlessness in order to rebuild his battered self-esteem.
Tommy’s lack of self-confidence prevents him from going out… at first, but then has him ricocheting from one man to another, desperately trying to please them in his search for love and acceptance.
After being rejected on New Year’s Eve, and then beaten after leaving the gay bar, he agrees to accompany his best friend, Sarah, to a martial arts club. There Tommy meets Marcus, a strong older man, who at first becomes his friend, introducing Tommy to new interests, and later, tentatively asks him on a date.
Will Marcus be the man to help Tommy put his past behind him and fall in love for real?