Hello bloggers and readers! I have two authors who are looking for reviews of their books. Reviews can be posted on a blog if you have one, at goodreads, on Facebook, or anywhere else you have a place to post your thoughts. Reviews on Amazon would be GREATLY appreciated. The reviews should be your honest thoughts – love it, hate it, or something in between – just make it honest and civil.
The first book is a YA speculative fiction, Senior Year Bites, by J.A. Campbell, about a teenage girl who is turned into a vampire.
Senior year is supposed to be fun: boys, dances and graduation. It’s significantly harder to enjoy it when you’re dead.
Thanks to an innocent game of Truth or Dare, I wound up sleeping in a graveyard. Probably not the brightest thing I’ve ever done, but thanks to a couple of well-placed fangs, I’m here to tell the tale.
Vampires might stalk pop culture, but they’re just myths, right? Yeah. Not so much…
Everything seems a lot more difficult when you’re a nocturnal creature of the night, especially school. I was managing, but couldn’t keep it hidden from my friends. Steph decided that we should be cool, like superheroes, and fight crime.
I’m a vampire, not a hero. Living in a sleepy New England town, crime is a little harder to come by. At least it is until a serial killer moves into the area. He’s got the authorities stumped, but then again, the cops don’t have a teenage, blood-sucking, non-hero on their team. It doesn’t take long for me to discover the world is full of monsters. I may be one of them…but will I turn out to be the hero, or the killer everyone is looking for.
The second book is a contemporary erotic romance, “Love Under Two Outcasts” by Cara Covington. It’s a M|F|M romance with an HEA set in Texas.
Book 24 in the Lusty TX series.
Charlotta Carmichael is mostly not ashamed of the way she paid for her college degree. Mostly. As an exotic dancer at a gentlemen’s club, she earned enough to get her degree in psychology.
But sometimes the scorn she’s suffered in the past comes back to haunt her. She fears a similar reaction from Jesse and Barry Benedict. Will they still think she’s good enough for them if she tells them the truth?
Jesse and Barry know all about past mistakes and regret. Feeling like outcasts, they left their Montana home and headed to Lusty, hoping to make a new start. Once they understand that Charlotta is their soul mate, they confess their sins of the past—because they want their relationship to have a solid foundation.
As Jesse and Barry rush to save Charlotta from a stalker, they all soon learn that moving on is easier said than done—and requires a bigger leap of faith than they’d ever imagined.
Interested in reviewing either or both? Send an email to Bea at firstname.lastname@example.org with the title of the book you want to review in the subject line. There isn’t a deadline for reviews.