Sunday, July 9, 2017

Suprise Release!

I am happy to say Tipping The Scales was released last night. It is my first dragon shifter book with Delphina Henley. I hope you enjoy it! 

Kallie
While most of my peers were traveling south for summer break, I headed north with a dual purpose; earn a free ride to law school and clear my grandfather’s name. Nothing was going to steer me from my mission. Nothing. Except something did. Knox. Hot, kind, and talented Knox.

Knox

I am the alpha of our clan. My responsibilities run far and wide and until recently I did them impeccably, until the Mate Craze set in. I was quickly spiraling and the only thing that could save me was her: Kallie Theron. My true mate. One problem: she’s human and on track to uncover things that could harm my clan.

The thing that draws them together could tear them apart…

When Kallie, along with her friend Rhi, goes to Castleton to research her grandfather’s death, she has no idea what she is about to stumble upon. Kallie has entered a town of dragons and their alpha is her true mate. Not that she has any idea why she is so drawn to the man who caught her eye and stole her dreams from the first time she set foot in the town almost a year earlier. She is, after all, only human.

Monday, June 26, 2017

Hero's Heart Cover Reveal

I am so very excited to show you this cover. I absolutely Love the cover and this story. It will be released on July 31, 2017. You can Pre-Order your copy Now for 99 cents. Grab your copy Here



Hero's Heart
Lila Felix and Elle Kimberly
Contemporary Romance



Synopsis:


Hero’s Heart

Ranger never came back like he promised Hero he would. He left her broken and alone to always wonder why. 
Hero waited as long as she could, but life goes on. 
In Ranger’s absence, she did what she had to, taking Ranger’s brother in to care for him as he died.  
Hero and Ranger never imagined that Garrison’s will would throw them back into a past that caused them nothing but pain and grief.  
This isn’t their high school romance anymore. 
This isn’t prom dresses and skinny dipping in the pond. 

This is a matter of Hero’s heart.






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I would like to introduce Elle Kimberly. Here is a little bit about her and where you can find her on social media. Make sure you follow her and join her newsletter. We have some more exciting announcements coming soon. 

 Born and raised in Illinois Elle Kimberly has been a day dreamer and writer since childhood. A lover of traveling and avid book nerd Elle took the leap to writing professionally in 2016. She is the author of the clean, inspirational romance series Nashua Tigers (to be published late 2017) and co-author with Lila Felix. If she isn't working on her fictional worlds and characters, she's holding tightly to her paperwhite kindle and trying to copycat Facebook cooking recipes.

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Saturday, June 10, 2017

Contest


Who is ready for a contest? All you have to do is help me name a character in my new Shifter Book.

Character Description:

She is American, short and curvy, with blue-gray eyes and strawberry blonde hair. 
I would like unique names. First and last would be amazing. The person whose name is chosen will be mentioned in the book credits and will receive an Arc.

Let the naming game begin…. I cannot wait to see what names you guys come up with.

Fill out the form below for entry…



Friday, June 2, 2017

Friday Freebie

Right now you can get Burden FREE! It will be Free form June 1st until June 4th. So, make sure you get it while you can.

Check out the first chapter.


Chapter 1:

Hawke

“I need a minute, file out please,” I commanded, sitting back in my tattered leather desk chair, scratching my almost full beard. Rubbing my belly, I tried to scour away the itch of frustration, to no avail. Frustration was my leech and its teeth penetrated deep.  I really should take better care of myself.  But my appearance reflected my attitude of late, ragged, teetering on the edge of mania. I’d gone too long without a haircut, opting instead for buzzing the sides myself and letting the top grow longer than I’d ever let it before.  “Yes, Alpha,” they all replied, swiftly moving from the cedar paneled office—except River. As more than my beta, my best friend, he always thought himself exempt from most orders, and he was. I frequently needed an ear that felt like it was on my side, and not just because the rules told him he had to be.  My father had been Alpha before me, and his father Alpha before that. Every day I uncovered another piece of the effed up puzzle—the real story of the turmoil my clan was in—the legacy they’d left me. And it seemed while they were excellent Alphas in terms of protecting the lands and growing the clan—they weren’t proficient at financing or piddling things like paying property taxes. They allowed their females no say over anything, which went against everything we were taught as young males. They failed to practice what they preached. Their mates had to grin and bear it. A female probably would’ve pointed out the details that my father and his father ignored. And now, one year after my father died of cancer and my mother followed soon after, I stood in a falling apart house, up to my eyeballs in debt with every male and some female clan members working two and three jobs to help out. My clan was crumbling through my claws. Something has to give. River was the same age as me, though our appearances aged us considerably. He growled out a sigh and plopped down in one of the huge chairs, built specifically for us, thick and sturdy. He beat his hands on the top of his head to some rhythm. He was deciding how to tell me something. “Hawke, we can barely handle what we’ve got. Let’s face it, we are up to our muzzles here. Clan members are paying for bills usually taken care of by clan funds. We are working ourselves to the bone. We do what we can, but it’s just not enough. And now the LaFourche Clan Alpha wants to merge? I don’t know, boss.” I hate when he calls me boss. “I can’t help it. I have no money left after paying over two hundred thousand dollars in property taxes, insurance, flood insurance and everything else we were up to our asses on. The effing government was about to auction off our land. I have little to nothing left.” I stood and took the two steps to the window to face the swamp. I could almost hear the fluttering of the catfish’s fins in the murky bayou, the teeth of the nutra rat chattering, and the bowing branches of the Cypress tree in the beginning winds of a Louisiana thunderstorm. The swamp called to me, begging me to allow it to soothe the beast and the stress. I wished it could. But I didn’t even have time to run anymore—I hadn’t shifted in weeks. The neglect of my inner animal made my skin crawl and itch.  Let me out, he pleaded. He didn’t answer my rhetorical plea for him to further his rebuttal, so I continued my side of the debate, “What else can I do? Have you seen the other clan members? They’re as mature as a newborn cub. If I don’t take over as their Alpha, they’ll scatter to the winds. And with the other clans vying for our
land already—they would take over the LaFourche land and be a heartbeat away from our boundaries. I won’t have it.” He grabbed the arms of the chair and leaned forward, and I could see his reflection in the window. “Then something has to give. Things are getting out of hand. We respect you, Alpha and will obey anything you ask of us. But the Betas and clan are restless, the males and the females. You know our ways dictate that our inner animal obey an Alpha pair, not just a male. We need the strength of a pair. If you intend to do this, we should be stronger, at least.” Didn’t I know it? If they were restless for a pair to oversee them—if restless was the word they were using, then I was downright violent with my need for a mate.  The craving almost consumed me. My bear needed a mate, and I as an Alpha, needed the balance of a female—plus, even with my warmer body temperature; my bed, of late, seemed to grow colder and colder. But who had time to seek out a mate when the clan was in a spiral of disorganization and failure? It wasn’t like there was a dating and mating website for bear shifters. If there had been, its mascot would have been that yellow Care Bear with the heart on its stomach. The commercial would have him doing the Care Bear stare or some shit. I hated Care Bears.  Why am I thinking about Care Bears? I knew he could feel my malcontent over bringing up the issue of a mate, so he relented and moved on. “There’s another issue, Alpha.” I turned to my friend with a fake smile, “Oh great, what more?” “There’s been a report of a black bear, a rogue, in South Dakota. She seems to be part of a grizzly clan, but is not mated. They have seen her working on clan lands and running perimeters on their boundaries at all times of the night.” I shrugged, “It’s the female’s choice if she wants to keep clan with grizzlies.” “The thing is—she’s thin—worn. The wolf pack Alpha who reported her says she’s unhealthy. He says he can see her ribs when she shifts and she’s maybe eighteen or nineteen but none of the kids in his pack have ever seen her in school. And they all attend school together up there, shifter and human. He assumes—he assumes she’s being held captive. He sent a formal request that you visit and see for yourself as the Alpha over all bear Alphas.” I snorted in his direction, “I’m sure the grizzlies would be much obliging.” “They don’t have a choice. We outrank them. Black bears outrank Grizzlies, you know that. They have no choice but to grant you entrance.” Of course I knew that. I was just grasping at straws, trying to talk my way out of going to South Dakota for any reason. “How can I leave now, with the clan in turmoil?” “It will take us three days. It’s not gonna fall apart in three days. If she is what the wolf says she is, then we have to save her. We protect our own.” I slammed my fist down on the table, more in frustration with the entire situation than towards my Beta. He jumped anyway, “I know we protect our own. Make the arrangements with the rest of the clan. I want you and Flint on my flank. Three days, no more.” He didn’t answer with words, simply bowed his head in acknowledgement. I couldn’t believe this. I was in the middle of a turf struggle, on the verge of taking on a new clan, and trying to calm the mate-craving animal inside me—and there was a lone female in cold South Dakota who’d gotten herself kidnapped and enslaved. Perfect


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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Thursday Book Recomendation

Are you looking for something new to read? Check out Don't Talk, I Love You by Shannon McCrimmon.


Blurb:
Recent college graduate Hadley Echols finally has a job. Her first priority - find an affordable place to live. She thinks it’s hopeless until she sees an ad that at first seems like a joke: “THREE MONKS SEEK ROOMMATE.” She doesn’t know anything about monks, only that her new roomies are on a vow of silence and only communicate via text. Then there’s the slight problem of her finding one of them irresistible. To make matters worse, her new boss might be Satan incognito and her ex-flame is back.

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Thursday, May 11, 2017

Huge Giveaway


I am part of a Huge Giveaway. So, make sure you click the link to find out how to enter. You can also find this information on my author page on Facebook. It is pinned to the top of my page.


Enter to win the book and almost 50 fantastic paranormal, sci-fi, and fantasy romances from an amazing collection of authors, alongside bookstore gift cards, PLUS a Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet!
Enter the contest by clicking here: bit.ly/pnr-follow-may-17




Sunday, May 7, 2017

Sunday Freebie

Right now Seeking Havok is FREE!! That's right FREE. So, make sure you grab your copy NOW! The final day for this #freebie is May 8th.


Blurb:

Her life is just as messed up as her name.

All she wanted was a friend---one that knew her and not her circumstances. She needed somewhere to call home. Hers was an open door for countless men looking for the services her mother offered them. She camouflaged herself against lockers and blackboards to avoid the stares and whispers at school.

And then she found Cal...and Fade.

Cal lives like Frankenstein, rising at night to work and just trying to make it until dawn. He avoids most relationships, afraid of the things he will be asked to do. He moonlights as Fade, a radio station DJ who spends hours counseling his peers on their troubles. It was all mundane until Jocelyn called the station.

Cal and Havok pursue a friendship.

Jocelyn and Fade pursue a relationship beyond the confines of the radio waves.

But when Havok disappears, Cal will find that Havok has been guarding a lifetime worth of secrets. And when Fade and Jocelyn’s all night phone conversations cease, he finds a link between them he never saw coming.