Friday, September 16, 2011
By Sable Hunter
Domestic abuse is disgusting. Unfortunately, Cooper, the heroine of T-R-O-U-B-L-E, is a victim of domestic abuse, and perhaps, one of the most tragic things about it is, nobody else knows. Domestic abuse is considerably more common than you think it is. More than 25 million American women are victims of domestic abuse. And it’s not just women. 4 out of every 10 victims is a man. Chances are, you know someone who is a victim. I know, I know. You may never talk about things this depressing with your friends. It is hard to confide in someone, and Lord knows it is hard to listen to things like that. The sad truth is, only 1% of all domestic violence incidents are reported to the police.
Cooper had been a battered wife; and until her husband had gone missing, she had no idea that she would ever be free of that torment. She did not understand a man’s gentle touch, or sweet caress, or tender love-making. She had heard of it, of course. But on some level, it was kind of like Santa Claus. A beautiful thought, to be sure, but a man who is strong and gentle could never really exist.
One of the most beautiful things about sex, and you know, I can think of a lot of beautiful things about sex, is the complete surrender and trust that you are giving to your lover. It is complete, and selfless and unconditional. It is a sign of great strength to be a tender lover, to be gentle and caring and giving. Anything less shows that something is wrong.
Nobody should tolerate a person who needs to beat someone else to feel better. Nobody needs to. There are plenty of men and women in the world who are secure enough to give to another person like that. Understand that I am no psychiatrist, but I know a thing or two about relationships. At some level, a person who batters their significant other is afraid. They are terrified of something; and whatever it is, they are handling it quite cowardly. It may be intimacy, or commitment, or judgment, or loneliness, but I promise, weakness and fear is at the root of that violence.
The solution for that kind of fear is love. A person who loves their partner cannot harm them. A person who loves one’s self does not need to force any affection or attention. Someone full of love can never abuse someone; allow abuse on one’s self, or anyone they care about. I strongly urge anyone aware of abuse or any signs of abuse to inform an authority immediately.
Wow, I ranted there, didn’t I? It is something I am passionate about. As a lover, and a creator of lover-fiction, I feel surrounded by it and I know what it is capable of and how magical it is. Hurting someone is never a consequence of real love. In fact, clearly it is indicative of an absence of love.
In T-R-O-U-B-L-E, a victim of domestic abuse discovers what real love is, and how a real man behaves. It is important to me that no person has to live with the suffering of an abusive relationship. A percentage of the sales of this book are going toward the Safe Place. The Safe Place is a shelter in Austin, Texas with programs and homes to aid victims of sexual and domestic violence as well as programs for rehabilitation, child care and prevention. If you would like to learn more about Safe Place, or get in touch to give or volunteer, please visit their website www.safeplace.org.
Excerpt From T-R-O-U-B-L-E
Hearing the front door open, Ky turned to find a sight that stole his breath away. God, she
looked good enough to eat. Her face shone with excitement and her smile was totally contagious. It was all he could do to hold back from sweeping her in his arms and greeting her with a kiss.
"Hey, Ky. I am so glad you could come. And thanks for bringing the animals."‖ She was
definitely happy; there was no way she could hide that fact.
"Hello, sweetheart. We couldn‘t wait to get here." Opening the crew cab door, Samson
bounded out and Ky had to help a much more subdued Rover. Reaching in the back end, Ky picked up the cat carrier and the paper sacks containing the wine and the sex toy. He was saving the toy until after dinner, hoping to change the tone from friendly to erotic. Cooper held the door open and the dogs entered first. Stepping just inside, Ky set the carrier down and watched as Cooper sat down beside it to coax the kittens out of their confines. They didn‘t require coaxing. Out they bounded, eager to see where they were and what they could get into. "I remind you; I call them the wrecking crew," Ky dryly commented. "I don‘t care." Cooper smiled. "It will be so nice not to be alone."
She didn‘t look toward him as she said it, so she didn‘t see his reaction. Ky felt an
uncharacteristic tug at his heartstrings. He replied before he thought. "A woman like you should never be alone," he said softly.
Ky helped Cooper get the animals settled. They introduced them to their food and water
bowls and the kittens to their sand box Cooper had put under the sink in her bathroom.
"The food smells great. I‘m starving." Ky was serious, his stomach was growling and the
food smelled incredible.
"Then come sit down. It‘s all ready." She led him to the dining table and proceeded to set
the food down on hot pads so they could serve themselves family style. He uncorked the wine and she held the glasses as he poured. Ky noticed that her hands were shaking. What does she have to be nervous about?
"Did you go out and buy new plates and glasses?" Ky‘s tone was on the gruff side. Cooper immediately tensed and looked up at him with wide frightened eyes. She slowly sat the wine glasses down and stepped straight backwards a few feet, striving to put some distance between them.
"Yes, sir." She cast her eyes down and whispered, "I‘m sorry."
What happened? Ky was dumbstruck. He couldn‘t believe that she had transformed before his very eyes. One moment she had been happy and excited, the next she was trembling— obviously frightened. Of him. God, she was afraid of him!
Thinking quickly, he did the most reassuring thing he could think of. He sank to his knees at her feet and held his hands out toward her, palm up. "Baby. Don‘t be afraid of me. I would never hurt you."
She watched him carefully, taking a step or two back. Ky hadn‘t been a witness to how she had reacted to the serpent; he‘d had his back to her. However, if he had to bet—the fear on her face then, would be no worse than now. "Come here, love. You can trust me. I‘m harmless. I promise." He spoke softly, just as he did to small, frightened animals people brought to the shelter. "You‘re safe with me; I‘d protect you with my life."
He watched her lift her eyes to his. She worried her bottom lip, thinking. Then, she took one step forward, then two, until she stepped into his arms. He held her close, kissing her right in her middle, over and over, through her clothes.
"I bought the plates and glasses so we would both have one; I only had enough for me
before." She pulled on his hands. "Come on, let‘s eat."
Ky stood. "Sweetheart, don‘t you want to tell me why you were so afraid? You didn‘t really
think I was angry with you, did you?" He stood close to her, willing her to think of him not as a threat, but as a shield against whatever would threaten her.
"No, I don‘t think you would hurt me. I…I overreacted. I‘m sorry." Cooper looked just over
Ky‘s shoulder. She wasn‘t quite meeting his gaze.
"Look at me, baby. Look at me," Ky urged her. "Won‘t you tell me why you reacted that
way? Has someone hurt you?"
"I‘m fine." She walked to the table and pulled out their chairs. "Please, Ky. Don‘t make
me…I don‘t want to…I…please don‘t make me—"
"Shhh…It‘s okay. I‘m sorry, we don‘t need to discuss it now." He went to her, and she
stiffened slightly when he took her in his arms. "It‘s perfectly all right. Let‘s enjoy ourselves."
The subject wasn‘t closed by a long shot; he would make sure of that. But it could wait. Right now, they were together and nothing or no one would ever hurt her again. And she could take that to the bank, because it was non-negotiable.
They sat down to fill their plates and then couldn‘t eat for laughing at the animals. "Look at them. They‘re all lined up." And they were, from the biggest to the smallest–they were sitting in a row facing the couple that had shown them every kindness.
"If you guys have finished eating, why don‘t you give us some privacy?" Ky was kidding,
but Samson surprised him, got up, and headed for the living area. The others followed suit, causing Cooper to dissolve in a fit of giggles.
Ky was entranced. He loved to watch her have fun. She was absolutely beautiful and he
couldn‘t wait to taste her lips and every other part of her. But he forced himself to eat, not that it was a chore. The food was fabulous. "You‘re a very good cook."
"Thank you." She looked like she was about to say something else, but she stopped herself.
Cooper couldn‘t believe it. She almost told him about Richard and how they never shared a meal. How odd that she felt compelled to talk to this man she barely knew. There was no denying it though, she felt safe with him–safer than she had felt in a long time. This was dangerous. Cooper Lawson knew Kyler Landon could become highly addictive."The etouffee was great, but this bread pudding is out of this world."‖ Ky helped himself to a second portion.
"I‘m making a pig of myself, but I don‘t get home cooking like this very often.
Don‘t you want some?" He held his hand out for her plate.
"No, I‘d better not." Cooper looked at his face, trying to ascertain if he was testing her. Richard would have taken the opportunity to point out how much she didn‘t need to be eating sweets, but Ky looked sincere. "Really, you go ahead. I‘ve had enough."
He eyed her curiously. "You‘re not dieting, are you, Cooper?"
Oh, no. Here it comes. A lecture. Cooper hung her head. "Of course. I know I‘m fat.
Obviously, I need to be on a diet."
"What in the hell are you talking about, Cooper?" Ky sat his fork down and lifted her chin
so she would look at him. "You are perfect. Your body looks the way a woman‘s body is
supposed to look."
"You don‘t have to say that, Ky," she tried to smile. "I‘m not going to take your bread
pudding away from you."
"Not all men like ultra thin women, Cooper. I like my woman to be a woman. With real
curves, all soft and luscious." His voice was hypnotizing her, and when she came to herself, she realized she was leaning closer to him by the moment.
"I‘ll put on a pot of coffee." She got up, abruptly, and left him sitting there.
He followed her. Ky walked right up on her, close enough she could feel his heat. With one hand, he pulled back the thick, sexy weight of her hair, so he could plant tiny kisses on the sweet curve of her neck.
She shivered. "Ky, please don‘t," she whispered.
"Why not, babe?" He let his tongue dance along her skin. She jabbed the plug at the wall a few times before she actually got it into the receptacle. "Don‘t you want to? Aren‘t you attracted to me?"
"Of course, I am. Look at you. But, I‘m… " She didn‘t know what to say. Desire for him
was welling up in her, almost to overflowing. But she was afraid. Not of him. She was afraid Richard had been right. She was afraid she was lacking the very things that would satisfy a man such as Ky.
"Oh, babe," he whispered next to her skin. "I‘ll tell you what you are. You are exquisite."
For just a moment, she allowed herself to lean back into him. He rubbed his hands up her arms and then back down, when all hell broke loose.
A raucous chorus of yelps, howls, and baying filled the house. The loud noise had scared the cats who were tearing around the room, thinking the devil himself was at their heels. Samson and Rover were standing at the back door, barking at something on the other side of the screen.
Cooper had left both the front and the back doors open, with just the screen doors in place, letting the late summer breeze fill the house. Ky purposefully strode to the door, ready to do battle. "Whoa!" What he saw caused him to back up.
"What is it?" Cooper couldn‘t imagine what would give Ky pause.
"It‘s a skunk," Ky spoke softly. "Samson. Rover. Come here boys. Come here before you
get an unexpected surprise."
"It‘s all right.‖ Cooper stepped around Ky and pulled the dogs away from the door.
"That‘s Leroy. I‘ve been feeding him." Cooper walked out the door and the skunk just stood calmly, waiting for her to pour some food from a bag she had hidden behind the door.
"Love, I don‘t think that‘s a wise idea." Cooper stepped up to the skunk and knelt down to
stroke his silky fur.
"Well, I‘ll be damned."
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Cooper drove slowly by the Landon place. Ah, sweet Lord! There he was. And the fact she had been a good girl was paying off in spades. The powers-that-be had seen fit to reward her by letting the sun beat down hot enough to cause Gorgeous to shed his shirt. She slowed to a crawl.
Sometimes, he would stop working and watch her drive by. Today, he appeared too busy to notice. A movement at the side of the woodpile caught her eye. What in the world? Cooper was alarmed to see a huge snake crawling out of the stacked logs. The vibrations of the axe on the wood had obviously disturbed it. This couldn‘t be good.
Cooper pulled over and stopped. Trying to be as quite as possible, she opened the car door but did not shut it. The snake was right behind her neighbor and she was afraid to call out, for fear, any sudden movement on his part would cause the snake to strike. The rhythmic movement of the man and the axe had the snake, seemingly, hypnotized.
She walked as silently as she could, until she was at the fence, right behind the snake. He was coiled and ready to strike. Cooper knew snakes, having grown up on in the deserts of southwest Texas. She quickly recognized that either the rattler had somehow lost his rattles in an accident, or someone had intentionally caught it and removed them for a hat decoration or whatever.
It was now or never. Putting aside her normal reservations about being so close to a man, she decided his safety was more important than her own. Climbing slowly up on the fence, she spoke softly. ―"Don‘t move, Mr. Landon. Don‘t move a muscle." The snake was huge! Coiled up, it was hard to judge, but it could easily top five feet.
The beautifully muscled man slowed his movements, until he was still. ―"Is this a hold-up?"
He asked the question softly, with a touch of humor in his voice.
"No, but there is a major-sized rattlesnake right behind you, and it‘s getting ready to strike."
Ky froze. He didn‘t know which he was more concerned about, the idea of a dangerous
reptile or the intriguing female voice that made him want to risk turning his head to look and see if the rest of her matched the incredible, husky, little voice.
"Just listen to me. As you know, snakes can‘t hear, but they can feel vibrations. I am going to jump off this fence. Hopefully, it will turn on me. When I scream ‗now‘, you turn around and whack him with your axe. Please." She did not hesitate—there wasn‘t time.
She jumped. The snake whirled around and immediately struck out at her. "Now!" She
dodged backwards for all she was worth, slamming her body into a fencepost. The snake‘s deadly fangs grazed her thigh, but from the look of things, distance and the thickness of her jeans saved her from a direct hit. Ky did his part and the snake‘s head parted company with its body.
Cooper tried to get up, but the post she had run into had obviously knocked the wind out of her.
"Good Lord!" K. Landon looked from the snake to her. "Did he get you?" At her slight
negative nod, he quickly picked her up. "Let‘s get you in the house and make sure."
Cooper struggled. "No. No. I‘m all right. I can walk, I‘m too heavy for you to try and carry."
"I think I can bear up under your tremendous weight." Ky looked down at his slight burden.
He would have smiled at her consternation, if the situation hadn‘t been so serious. Heavens! She was lovely. All he could think of were the words to one of his favorite Elvis songs, 'Well hello, T-R-O-U-B-L-E.‘ Thank God, for trouble.
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Welcome to the New Release Party for Sable Hunter's T.R.O.U.B.L.E., just released by Secret Cravings Publishing.
Let me introduce you to our author:
Sable Hunter writes erotic romances that run the gamut from cowboys to New Orleans witches to Texas good old boys that play football one day and ride bulls the next. She grew up in south
Louisiana along the mysterious bayous where the Spanish moss hangs thick over the dark waters. The culture of Louisiana has shaped her outlook on life and has made its way into her paranormal romances where the supernatural is entirely normal. Presently, Sable lives in Texas and spends most of her time in wild and wonderful Austin. In the spring, her home sits in a field of bluebonnets.
While writing takes up a lot of her time, Sable also loves to cook Cajun, Creole and Tex-Mex. She is passionate about animals and has been known to charm creatures from a one ton bull to a family of raccoons. For fun, Sable has been known to haunt cemeteries and battlefields armed with night vision cameras and digital recorders hunting proof that love survives beyond the grave. She writes for Secret Cravings Publishing and has several books coming out in the next year.
What's T.R.O.U.B.L.E. about? I'm glad you asked!! Here's the blurb:
Trouble comes calling on Kyler Landon. He falls hard and fast for his beautiful, mysterious neighbor after she saves him from a rattlesnake attack. The sexual tension mounts between them with each sensual encounter, but he soon realizes that Cooper has been hurt and is leery of men. So he sets out to teach her that a real man can be gentle, loving, and sexy as hell.
Trouble seems to follow Cooper, and Ky makes it his mission to protect her from her past. Kyler would move heaven and earth to keep her in his bed and in his life
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Thursday, September 15, 2011
Let me introduce you to our author:
Melinda Elmore has always had a fascination for Native American's and grew up reading everything she could about their lives. When she began writing she wanted to show honor and respect for the Native cultures, and began writing stories based on their traditions and stories.
Melinda and her husband Tom have been married for 24 wonderful years and have two children. She currently resides in Arizona.
What's Blood on the Feather about? I'm glad you asked!! Here's the blurb:
BLOOD ON THE FEATHER by Melinda Elmore quickly pulls you into this Native American mystery. Archeologist, DeShay Graywater finds much more than she is looking for on a dig on Lakota Sioux land. When detective TJ Hawke and FBI agent Melina Wolfe team up to investigate the murder of a young Sioux woman, much more than the case, and their shared past, present problems.
Adventure, Native culture, and mystery combine in Blood On The Feather to make this a romantic thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat and your heart pounding.
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Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Welcome to the New Release Party for Minnette Meador's The Gladiator Prince, released today by Resplendence Publishing.
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Somewhere between thirty and dust...red hair, blue eyes...six kids, one slightly used husband, and any number of pets from time to time... wanttabe hippy... wanttheirmoney yuppie...pro musician and actress for 20 Years... native Oregonian... lover of music, beauty, and all things green. Willing slave to the venerable muse. Minnette currently resides in Portland, Oregon with her husband, having replaced the children with one dog. The dog, Pierre, pretty much runs the show.
What's The Gladiator Prince about? I'm glad you asked!! Here's the blurb:
Prince Thane is the last surviving royalty of the Trinovantes Tribe in Roman Britannia, having surrendered to the Romans after the Boudicca Revolt to save his two daughters, whose identities he sacrifices his freedom to protect. He is condemned by Nero himself to become a gladiator, to fight until he dies in the arena. When his two daughters are taken in a slaver's raid, Thane escapes, forcing the daughter of his master to take him to Rome to save his children. Little does he know that the beautiful Syrian woman holds not only the key to his passion, but a secret that triggers a disaster that ignites the world. Will this spoiled willful girl betray him in the end or sacrifice herself to save them all? Book III of the Centurion Series.
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Sunday, September 4, 2011
Two puppies, a woman in hiding, a mysterious man, and a pair of pink polka dot pumps.
“Dead guys don’t usually show up for breakfast,” she said, staring at the very-much-alive man who stood in front of the pastry counter.
"What I loved most about Finding Felicity was the deep connection between love, forgiveness, relationships, passion and God. Each of the characters has to come to terms with liking themselves and forgiving themselves about the choices they have made. It was interesting to see how those choices change each person’s story. I loved that the characters really were trying to open themselves up to God and his miracles, rather than pigeon-hole God’s rules."
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Clint Eastwood might have said, "Make my day" as Dirty Harry, but I love re-watching Hang 'Em High, The Outlaw Josie Wales and A Mule for Sister Sarah (hilarious with Shirley MacLaine.) I also love watching the Duke spar with Maureen O'Hara in McClintock! (just as feisty a pairing as in The Quiet Man) and Newman and Redford in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. I enjoyed some of the newer films like Hidalgo and Appaloosa with Viggo Mortenson, 3:10 to Yuma with Russell Crowe, and of course the new version of True Grit with Jeff Bridges.
But there's really good news.
Westerns--from straight historical to romance to blended genres like Double Crossing (historical, western, suspense, mystery, hint of romance) have ALWAYS been available on bookshelves and for your Kindle! So get reading and indulge! Bury yourself in the past, without living with the inconveniences of outdoor plumbing, the lack of air conditioning, antibiotics, washing machines or dishwashers, computers, telephones, automobiles. You can imagine the constant dust from dirt roads, the overpowering scent of horse and cow manure, the meat on the hoof instead of wrapped in shiny cellophane, the fresh-from-the-garden pesticide-free produce... well, you get the idea.
“Fast paced and thrilling to read. The history angle is so well developed and researched that I found myself lost in the train from another century… so many smaller added details that made this book leap off the page. A definite page turner…” Jacque Stengal, Good Family Reads
“…vivid and compelling… exciting and harrowing moments that had me holding my breath with anticipation or gasping in shock.” Romance Junkies Reviewer
"…the adventure plotline is well drawn, with twists and turns like a mountain railroad, and the characters are a crafted balance of believable, historically accurate, and sympathetic. Mims treats the setting as an extra character, with well-crafted descriptions of actual places that are accurate to the time period. Her writing is elegant and easy to read…” Gunnar Grey, Mysteries and Histories Blog
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The highlight so far of Sanctuary's recent release has been a four-star Web exclusive review at Romantic Times.
I hope you'll give it a chance. It's truly a book of the heart, and full of hope, romance, and faith.
A beautiful plus-one at a wedding, a hunky cowboy..autumn leaves and rugged horse trails. The perfect setting to unite two healing souls…
Ranch foreman and single dad Hooper Martin is ready to put his health and life back on track after battling cancer…including re-entering ing the dating scene. His little girl sure could use a mother. Falling hard for wedding guest Malia Cameron makes perfect sense to him: she's a survivor, too.
Mallie has put her heart on hold, knowing she will never recover from her brain tumor struggle. She can't promise a future to anybody and vows never to fall in love. Letting Hooper Martin into her life would be a big mistake. But his good looks take her breath away, and his living faith starts to gentle her confusion about Who's really in charge.
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"Grin and Barrett" is my take on two dentists who try to out-do each other in growing their practice patient-bases. Somewhere along the way, though, their attraction for each other gets in the way. It's funny, goofy, and a quick read if you're looking for an escape from your worries for a while.
Well, several things. First, Jessie, my half-demon protagonist, meats a couple of priests. Yikes! Hold up. A half-demon meeting a priest? That's a problem. Trust me, it is. Second, she's no longer in Indianapolis with her friends. She's on the run with her lover, hiding from the world, well, most of it. And it's really, really bothering her. Third, she pays a visit to hell and meets an angel. "What?" you ask. Yeah, that was fun to write. The devil is in this book and so is an angel. Fourth, she's looking for a serial murderer. In other words, there's a mystery she has to solve. Off the top of my head, those four items stand out the most.
What's the same? Sending an evil soul to hell. You guessed that, right? LOL. And of course, love. Got to have some lovin' going on. (smile)
Love Conquers All Evil is my favorite out of the series. For some reason, it flowed smoothly. I had never written a mystery before, so there were times I questioned if I gave too much information away. The black moment was intense. I love those dark times when all hope is lost. Then there's the internal and external conflict to deal with. Sheesh, can Jessie ever get a break? No. What fun would that be? In my opinion, LCAE is a mixture, not just another paranormal romance. At least, that's my take on the novel.
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Welcome to arctic Alaska, free from vampires and home to humans, demons, and werewolves.
After months of moving and hiding from the VETOV, Drake and Jessie settle into a small Alaskan town. They soon discover a serial killer is on the loose and it's a demon stealing good souls. As Jessie mingles with locals from the demon community and investigates the murders, she bumps into a werewolf she had hoped she would never see again. More trouble arises and Jessie reaches out to Alan, the Alpha she met in Arizona.
Together, Drake and Alan seek to eliminate the threat against Jessie, but removing the werewolf may come with a steep price for the Alpha.
In a matter of a few days, Jessie battles for survival, and her own soul, while maintaining a feverish love for Drake. Demons and werewolves won't stop this half-demon soul catcher from sending evil souls to hell, or spending eternity with her noble vampire.
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Ever have someone say, "Just Grin and Bear it"? Now you get the picture for two dentists whose offices are side by side. Remmie Grin and Victor Barrett must compete with each other for all the new patients in their small town. That is, if they still want to be able to pay their mortgages. It's a funny thing, though. Even in the middle of the competition, they each have a soft spot for the other.