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Coming Soon!

Forsaken Heart by Elise Whyles
The Forsaken Series, Book 1
Genre(s): Erotic Paranormal Romance
Digital ISBN: 9781937325244
Length: Category
Publication Date: April 16, 2012
Price: $4.99
Punished for sins not her own, can a mortal claim her vampire mate?

The world of immortals must unite to save both themselves and the mortals they co-exist with from an ancient evil.

For Bede MacTaggert this means trusting in the warrior sent for her sister—a man of mystery, of power, and one who could easily sweep her into a world she's destined to be part of.

An imperial guard to the king of vampires, Gawain has always tuned out the needs of the flesh. Dedicating himself to the service of the royals, he's lived on the fringes of his people for centuries. Now he's forced from the shadows and into the arms of a woman who will awaken his heart and body to a passion unequaled.

Content Warning: sexy alpha vampire, explicit sex, violence

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The Romance Reviews Anniversary Bash

Hi everyone, I do hope you'll stop by TRR's site on Friday to enjoy the chance to win a free ebook from me as well as to celebrate the one year anniversary of The Romance Reviews a wonderful site dedicated to helping authors and publishers advertise and market their books and their brands.

Going out of My Mind

An interview with Kellie Stone


Going Out of My Mind
By Kellie R. Stone

“Don't think. Thinking is the enemy of creativity. It's self-conscious, and anything self-conscious is lousy. You can't try to do things. You simply must do things.”
~ Ray Bradbury
I have always been creative. And, you know what “they” say: Write what you know. On my journey as a women’s life coach, I was forced to come to grips with my own areas of self-doubt and complacency. One area was desperately flawed…the one that repeatedly said, “Kellie, you have to be good at everything, teach everything, share everything!” As much as I wanted to believe I could be all that, I couldn’t. “So, what are you REALLY good at?” I asked myself. “Creating and making things more beautiful,” the REAL me answered. It was during that candid self-chat, I realized my target, my focus, was about to change. Instead of being all things to all people, I had to be who I was meant to be- a woman who understands how imp…