Ginger’s Heart by Katy Regnery
Date of Publication: March 22, 2016
**NOTE: ARCS WILL NOT BE DISTRIBUTED UNTIL 3/18 TO ALLOW EVERY READER TO EXPERIENCE THE FULL BOOK AT ON-SALE.
In this modern retelling of “Little Red Riding Hood,” the wolf and the woodsman are cousins, and Ginger is the little girl who claims both of their hearts.
When three children grow up together in the rolling hills of Kentucky horse country,
One becomes a predator
One becomes a protector
And one becomes prey.
Ginger McHuid has been in love with the “Dub Twins” – Cain Wolfram and Josiah Woodman – for as long as she can remember. And for as long as the cousins can remember, they’ve each loved Ginger in their own all-consuming ways.
One will win her
One will be cast away
While one follows her heart.
This is a standalone novel inspired by Little Red Riding Hood. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to profanity and very strong sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
(The next standalone a modern fairytale novel, Don’t Speak, inspired by The Little Mermaid, will be released in June 2017.)
Ginger’s Heart is part of the a modern fairytale collection, which will include four standalone, unrelated novels:
“The Vixen and the Vet” (Beauty & the Beast) – available now
“Never Let You Go” (Hansel & Gretel) – available now
“Ginger’s Heart” (Little Red Riding Hood) – available March 22, 2016
“Don’t Speak” (The Little Mermaid) – available June 16, 2017
Continue reading Ginger’s Heart (A Modern Fairytale #3) PRE-ORDER!
Hello all! Thank you so much for joining me here today at It’s About the Book for the fourth stop of the Catch a Tiger by the tail Blog Tour, celebrating the release of Book 6 in the THIRDS series, which is out February 5th.
Today I’m sharing with you the profile for our shy, sweet, sexy tiger Therian Ethan Hobbs. Ethan is Destructive Delta’s Public Safety Bomb Technician, and explosives expert. He’s also partners and best friends with the team’s sniper Calvin Summers. the two are inseparable, and have been since childhood. So why don’t we get to know Ethan, or “Hobbs” as everyone else calls him, a little better? Oh, and if you think explosives can’t be used to unclog the kitchen sink, think again.
Continue reading Blog Tour & Giveaway: Catch a Tiger by the Tail
Hello all! Welcome to the first stop in the Loving Blitz mini blog tour, celebrating the release of the fourth novella in the North Pole City Tales series! A big thank you to It’s About the Book for hosting me today, and thank you to everyone stopping by.
For those who might be unfamiliar with the series, North Pole City tales has been my own little holiday tradition since 2012 when the first story Mending Noel was released as part of Dreamspinner’s Advent Calendar anthology, Evergreen.
At the time, I hadn’t considered extending this little tale beyond one book, but a lovely lady at Dreamspinner Press really enjoyed Tim and Noel’s story and asked me if I would think about turning it into a series. It was then I came up with the idea of turning it into a series and having a new couple’s story release every year around the holidays. Continue reading Blog Tour and Giveaway: Loving Blitz by Charlie Cochet
Author: Marie Sexton
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Buy Links: Riptide
Blurb: Jason Walker is a child star turned teen heartthrob turned reluctant B-movie regular who’s sick of his failing career. So he gives up Hollywood for northern Idaho, far away from the press, the drama of LA, and the best friend he’s secretly been in love with for years.
There’s only one problem with his new life: a strange young man only he can see is haunting his guesthouse. Except Benjamin Ward isn’t a ghost. He’s a man caught out of time, trapped since the Civil War in a magical prison where he can only watch the lives of those around him. He’s also sweet, funny, and cute as hell, with an affinity for cheesy ’80s TV shows. And he’s thrilled to finally have someone to talk to.
But Jason quickly discovers that spending all his time with a man nobody else can see or hear isn’t without its problems—especially when the tabloids find him again and make him front-page news. The local sheriff thinks he’s on drugs, and his best friend thinks he’s crazy. But Jason knows he hasn’t lost his mind. Too bad he can’t say the same thing about his heart.
Winter Oranges is one of Riptide’s 2015 charity titles. Continue reading Spotlight: Winter Oranges by Marie Sexton
Today, we interview a character from Edmond Manning’s King John, a man named Alistair Robertson. Alistair attended the last six Burning Man events and this year, has a mission while attending Burning Man, 2002.
Alistair: Well, I wouldn’t really call it a mission, mate.
Interviewer: No? Did you not reveal to me a few moments ago this is your third year looking for the king maker?
Alistair (shifting uncomfortably): Yes, I mean, yes, I said that, right but, that’s not quite…I mean, I wouldn’t call it a mission. More like a hobby. Continue reading Guest Post and Giveaway: It’s Brilliant, Really
First, thank the blogs for having me on this Ink and Shadows tour! Thank you so so much! Secondly, this next part will be the same across the blogs but I wanted to give a bit of a soundbite about the whys of this book. Continue reading Guest Post and Giveaway: Ink and Shadows by Rhys Ford
I am ridiculously excited to have Astrid Amara here at It’s About The Book. I’ve been a fan of hers for a long time. As she’s got a new release, Song of the Navigator, I wanted to not only ask her some questions about that, but about things in general. Thanks for being here!
The first books of yours I read were A Policy of Lies and the stories in the Hell Cop anthologies. I had an image of your books in my head as being dark speculative fiction. Then people were talking about the Bellski books, and how Astrid Amara writes such great holiday stories. What is coming at us in Song of the Navigator? Will your characters have to stiffen their spines and admit they have strong feelings, or will they have to dodge an obsidian bladed ax? Continue reading Song of the Navigator: Blog Tour Q&A and Giveaway with Astrid Amara
Author: Anne Tenino
Rating: 4.5 stars
Buy Links: Riptide and Amazon
Type: Sequel to “Helping Hand”
Received from Publisher as uncorrected proof
Blurb: Lucas Wilder’s best friend is a traitor. First, Audrey moved back to their hick-infested hometown, Bluewater Bay, and now she’s marrying a local. His own brother, in fact. And as her man of honor, Lucas gets coerced into returning for an extended stay. Although, between his unfaithful ex-boyfriend and his artist’s block, going home isn’t the worst thing that could happen. Even if the best man is Gabriel Savage, Lucas’s first crush, first hookup, and first heartbreak.
The only reason Gabe hasn’t been waiting for Lucas to return to Bluewater Bay is because he never thought it’d happen. Not that it matters now that Lucas is back—Gabe’s still a logger who’s never been anywhere (Canada doesn’t count), and Lucas is now a famous sculptor who’s been everywhere twice. Plus, there’s that shared past.
When Audrey asks Lucas to make her wedding favors, the only place to set up a kiln is at Gabe’s tree farm. Soon, they pick up where they left off twelve years before, then blow past it, discovering why neither of them forgot the other. Now they have to choose how much of their history they’ll repeat, and what future they’ll make together.
Continue reading Blog Tour & Giveaway: Wedding Favors (Bluewater Bay #7) by Anne Tenino
Hi! We’re Lisa Henry and J.A. Rock, the authors of THE MERCHANT OF DEATH. We’re touring the web taking about our influences, our processes, anything we can think about actually, and even giving you guys a sneak peak or two! And what would a blog tour be without a contest? Check out the details at the bottom of the post to see what you can win!
Today we’re putting the spotlight on one of series’ supporting characters: Valerie Kimura. Val used to be Mac’s partner at the Indianapolis FBI. She’s now his boss. Val’s favorite childhood movie is The Silence of the Lambs. She’s in her thirties, and just because she’s single and wears sensible shoes doesn’t mean she’s a lesbian. Only her dad suspects that. Continue reading Guest Post and Giveaway: Merchant of Death by Lisa Henry and J.A. Rock