RELEASE DAY: Unstoppable (Beachwood Bay #5)


Book Title: Unstoppable

Author: Melody Grace

Genre: New Adult

Release Date: September 19, 2014

“My daddy always told me, you could never run out of second chances…”

Tegan Callahan has sworn off bad boys for good. Growing up on tour with her rock star brother, she knows first-hand the damage they can do. She’s looking for a nice, safe, stable guy – until a chance encounter with a devastatingly sexy stranger makes her question everything she thought she wanted.

A troubled soul…

Ryland James arrives in Beachwood Bay on the run from his mistakes. He knows he’s the last thing Tegan needs, but somehow, he can’t stay away. There’s something about her fierce beauty that draws him in – and makes him vow to protect her, whatever the cost.
A passionate destiny…

Their bond is undeniable; the stakes, higher than ever. But the past won’t stay gone forever, and soon, Ryland must make the ultimate choice: will he risk everything he treasures in the world, or keep Tegan safe – and sacrifice her love forever?

*This book contains adult situations and explicit content. 17+*

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About Melody Grace

Melody Grace is the New York Times bestselling author of the Beachwood Bay series. A small-town girl turned SoCal beach lover, after spending her life with her nose in a book, she decided it was time she wrote one herself. She loves steamy romance novels, happily-ever-afters, and lusting after fictional menfolk. She is author of USA Today & international bestselling Beachwood Bay series.

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REVIEW: Unstoppable (Beachwood Bay #5)

Unstoppable (Beachwood Bay #5), by Melody Grace
To Be Published September 19, 2014
Publisher: self-published
Format: e-book, obtained from the author
Genre: new adult contemporary romance
To Buy: Amazon 

Rating: 4.5 STARS

(From Goodreads) A secret scar…

Tegan Callahan has sworn off bad boys for good. Growing up on tour with her rock star brother, she knows first-hand the damage they can do. She’s looking for a nice, safe, stable guy – until a chance encounter with a devastatingly sexy stranger makes her question everything she thought she wanted.

A troubled soul…

Ryland James arrives in Beachwood Bay on the run from his mistakes. He knows he’s the last thing Tegan needs, but somehow, he can’t stay away. There’s something about her fierce beauty that draws him in – and makes him vow to protect her, whatever the cost.

A passionate destiny…

Their bond is undeniable; the stakes, higher than ever. But the past won’t stay gone forever, and soon, Ryland must make the ultimate choice: will he risk everything he treasures in the world, or keep Tegan safe – and sacrifice her love forever?

Oh my goodness... this series. I just love it so much. These books just keep getting better and better. Although Emerson's book will always be my favorite, I think Unstoppable may run a close second. Ray Jay was the little-seen member of Emerson's and Brit's family. Referred to, but rarely seen. Well, now we've seen him. Wow, have we ever. 

Ryland and Tegan met by chance in Las Vegas the night he won his freedom back. Weeks later, they bump into each other in Beachwood Bay as each tries to start over after tragic pasts. Despite Tegan's desire to keep her distance, she soon realizes what a fruitless endeavor that is. When all seems to finally be going their way, though, Ryland removes himself from the equation in an attempt to keep all he loves safe. 

 Ryland and Tegan are so well suited for each other. Both are so strong and have dealt with some crazy bad stuff in their lives. Both have siblings that love them to a fault. And they seem to need each other in incomprehensible ways. 

Tegan is so prickly when she and Ryland first meet. She's not just coming out of a bad relationship - she's coming out of a disastrous one. And, she's not eager to jump into anything with anyone, much less Beachwood Bay's resident bad boy. She is really not nice to poor Ryland for awhile. Luckily, he's got confidence in spades and good humor about the whole thing too. I loved his resilience. He knew he'd have Tegan from the moment he saw her, and he didn't let her doubt get in his way. 

Once Tegan realized she was fighting a losing battle, the tone of the book shifted. It started with her confessing her past, which nearly sent me into tears. It was then that we saw a lot more substance in Ryland than we had before. You always got the impression in previous books that Ray Jay was a selfish bastard who didn't care much for his family. We learned in Unstoppable that Ryland was exactly the opposite. Everything he did, he did it out of love for his family. 
Unstoppable was told in dual POV, so we see what's going on with both Ryland and Tegan at different parts of the book. The chemistry was holy crap amazing, and when these two finally got together, it was so incredibly hot. I can always count on that from Melody Grace. She is an amazing writer in her own right, but her love scenes are some of the best ever. 

Since Ryland is Emerson's and Brit's brother and Tegan is Dex's sister, we get to catch up with all three of them at different times in the book. We also got to know Blake, Tegan's and Dex's other brother. I think we'll be seeing a lot more of him in the near future. But, for now, I'm perfectly happy going back and re-reading my favorite parts of Unstoppable over and over again. And, there's lots of them to choose from. 

REVIEW: Breaking Out (The Surrender Trilogy #2)

Breaking Out (The Surrender Trilogy #2), by Lydia Michaels
Published November 19, 2013
Publisher: Intermix
Format: e-book, provided by the publisher
Genre: adult erotic romance
To Buy: Amazon * Barnes & Noble

Rating: 4.5 STARS

(From Goodreads) Second in the darkly compelling, sexually-charged contemporary romance trilogy, in which two men vie for the mind, body, and heart of a woman who may never give in to their wishes—or her own…

Evelyn “Scout” Keats has left behind her painful past of surviving on the streets, and is now living in the luxurious penthouse master suite of Hotel Patras with her lover, billionaire Lucian Patras. But what she doesn’t know is the price Lucien paid for her freedom.

To protect Scout’s life, Lucian cut a deal with a dangerous man from her past, Parker Hughes. He swore to stay away from her for thirty days, even though he knows Parker will be fighting to keep them apart for good and take Scout as his own.

Yet neither man realizes that Scout is not about to be used as a prize or a bargaining chip for any man’s power play—and she falls back on her hard-earned self-respect and courage to show both men that the only person she truly needs is herself.

But Lucien has other plans…

Breaking Out was full of many highs and many lows. It made me sad and happy and really, really mad. It started on a really high, fun note, and ended on an incredibly frustrating and somber one. THIS is why I love to read. 

Evelyn has a good thing going with Lucien, but lately he's been growing more and more distant, and she doesn't know why. When he leaves her, she is more devastated than she thought possible, and it's then that Evelyn starts taking the steps to remake herself all on her own.

My favorite part of Breaking Out was watching the transformation of Lucien. In Falling In, he started out as a pretentious, angry man with nothing much to keep him warm at night except for his billions of dollars. Through his association with Evelyn, he had the opportunity to become teacher, master and, surprisingly, friend. He had spent so long chasing something more without even knowing it, that when he found it in Evelyn, he quickly embraced it. 

Evelyn, however, was much more hesitant to embrace all the new feelings she had for Lucien. She was brought up on the streets not being able to depend on or trust anyone but herself. She loves Lucien but can't tell him that, because of the power those words would give him over her. I constantly admired Evelyn's strength of self and character. Honestly, sometimes I felt like she was a little TOO strong. A little too unbendable. 

When Lucien starts to pull away, Evelyn panics and immediately thinks the worst. Her fears took over and she gave them power. It broke my heart that this strong girl didn't think she was worthy of Lucien or his love. And, then when Lucien enacted his part of the deal with Parker, and left her, Evelyn was devastated. 

I don't blame her for being scared and sad. Despite her not being able to say the words, she loved Lucien with everything in her, and then, in her eyes, he just dropped her. What was the saddest part to me is that Evelyn didn't trust Lucien enough to see beyond his actions and to read between the lines of his words to know that he didn't want to leave. That it was killing him as much as it was her. 

And then there was Parker. UGHHHHHHH. What a huge douchebag. For as smart as Parker was supposed to be, he acted so stupidly. This guy made me feel so stabby. He was certainly a huge part of my frustration while reading Breaking Out.

I loved the scenes between Lucien and his father. They relationship is strained at best, and yet, when Lucien is at his lowest, it's his father's house that he travels to. It was a bittersweet scene between these two hard-headed men whose lives were changed by women. 

I love books that make me feel in spades, and Breaking Out certainly did that. Once again, it's told in a different sort of dual POV, with a third told in Evelyn's, another third in Lucien's, and the final third back in Evelyn's. I continue to be impressed by Lydia Michaels' stellar storytelling. Her writing is beautiful. And the chemistry between Lucien and Evelyn is so palpable, it nearly leaps off the page. I loved this book so much, and I just knew that it was only going to lead into an explosive final book.

REVIEW: Black Ice

Black Ice, by Becca Fitzpatrick
To Be Published October 7, 2014
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Format: ARC, provided by the publisher
Genre: young adult suspense
To Buy: Amazon * Barnes & Noble

Rating: 5 STARS

(From Goodreads) Sometimes danger is hard to see... until it’s too late.

Britt Pfeiffer has trained to backpack the Teton Range, but she isn't prepared when her ex-boyfriend, who still haunts her every thought, wants to join her. Before Britt can explore her feelings for Calvin, an unexpected blizzard forces her to seek shelter in a remote cabin, accepting the hospitality of its two very handsome occupants—but these men are fugitives, and they take her hostage.

In exchange for her life, Britt agrees to guide the men off the mountain. As they set off, Britt knows she must stay alive long enough for Calvin to find her. The task is made even more complicated when Britt finds chilling evidence of a series of murders that have taken place there... and in uncovering this, she may become the killer’s next target.

But nothing is as it seems in the mountains, and everyone is keeping secrets, including Mason, one of her kidnappers. His kindness is confusing Britt. Is he an enemy? Or an ally?

BLACK ICE is New York Times bestselling author Becca Fitzpatrick’s riveting romantic thriller set against the treacherous backdrop of the mountains of Wyoming. Falling in love should never be this dangerous…

BLACK ICE took me out of my comfortable little box in which I regularly put myself. It wasn't labeled as a "romance" (although, there is some of that in it) or "paranormal". It was strictly a suspense novel set in the mountains. Perhaps it was the cute beanie boy on the cover that called to me, or the fact that I'm a big fan of Becca Fitzpatrick's Hush Hush series. Perhaps, too, I was simply ready for something fresh, new and different. In any case, my expectations were not only met, but exceeded; Black Ice was fantastic.

Britt is ready to spend spring break during her senior year of high school backpacking in the Tetons with her bestie Korbie, enjoying the cold mountain air and trying to forget her ex, Cal. Instead, through a series of unfortunate and unexpected events, Britt is stranded in the mountains in a blizzard with two killers who have taken her hostage. Things are not as they seem with anyone she comes in contact with, though, and her experience forces her to look at them and herself with different eyes.

Britt was someone I could relate to. She's spent much of her life getting help from others. She'd like to think of herself as strong and capable, but with some reflection, she realizes that others have always carried her along. It seems as if Cal dumping her (in such an awful way, too) was her wake-up call, and this trip into the mountains with Korbie is the springboard for the remaking of Britt into a truly independent young woman. I loved that about her. She might still be upset about her breakup and hung up on Cal, but she's not allowing that to stop her from changing the things about her that she doesn't like.

I loved the mystery surrounding Jude and his true motives for being on that mountain. Becca Fitzpatrick's pacing was excellent. Small bits of his story slowly came out at the right moments to keep me always interested, yet still in the dark. Although, it was clear from the beginning that he was harboring some serious secrets and that none of his actions, at least at first, could be taken at face value. The moments when he and Britt were alone were my favorites, though, because in those moments, I knew we were seeing the real Jude, and wow - I love that guy.

The suspense in Black Ice was off the hook. The pure survival aspect of having to trek miles in snow with little to no food and tons of crazy scary wildlife kept me riveted. Who needs zombies and vampires when you have real life grizzlies and timber wolves?? Then, add on to that the constant questions of who REALLY are the bad guys, and you have the makings of one incredible story. Becca Fitzpatrick pulls no punches - people die in Black Ice. Quite a few, actually. It made the story all the more real and exciting.

If you're looking for a new and different kind of YA book, look no further. Black Ice has it all - suspense, danger, excitement, and yes, even romance.

RELEASE DAY REVIEW, EXCERPT & GIVEAWAY: Dire (The Dire Wolves Chronicles #1)

I'm thrilled to be part of the tour for the first book in a new NA paranormal series by Alyssa Rose Ivy - the Dire Wolves Chronicles. 

Dire (The Dire Wolves Chronicles #1), by Alyssa Rose Ivy
Published September 15, 2014
Publisher: self-published
Format: e-book, provided by the author and Inkslinger PR
Genre: new adult paranormal romance
To Buy: Amazon * iTunes

Rating: 3.5 STARS

(From Goodreads) Gage was the first guy I ever wanted. He was my first crush and my first fantasy, but he wasn't my first in any other way because he never saw me as anything more than a friend— at least not until the night that changed everything.

It was all Gage's fault. He insisted we drive through the storm and take the back roads. By the time the storm hit full force we had no chance. One night of snowbound sex changed our relationship forever. The problem was at the same time I caught another guy’s attention. This other guy happened to be the alpha of a pack of shifter wolves. I thought the wolves were the worst of my problems, but I was wrong. When things went from bad to worse I had to make a lifelong sacrifice to save Gage, but what price is too much to save the one you love?

I've been seeing more and more new adult books branching out into genres other than contemporary. Dire was a perfect example. It's an edgy, sexy shifter story that verges on creepy at times. It was an interesting combination. 

Mary Anne is in heaven. She is riding home from college with the object of her desire, Gage. Then, in a blizzard, his truck goes off the road in a remote area, and they are trapped. After making the most of their predicament for a day or so, they realize they can't stay, and instead leave the truck and try to find help. And, just like that, heaven becomes hell. Mary Anne and Gage find mysterious Hunter and his "friends." They treat Mary Anne like a queen and Gage like he's scum. And, they won't let either of them leave. The explanation of why soon becomes apparent when they all turn into wolves. But, Mary Anne and Gage have formed a dedication to each other, and to getting out. Success, though, is harder then they ever thought it would be. 

In all the shifter stories I've read, there's a hunky alpha male that has this sexy, take charge attitude that is just so alluring and hot. It's impossible to resist, and I get why female after female falls at the feet of men like that. In Dire, Hunter is absolutely that alpha male that I usually love. He's hot and super protective and extra attentive to Mary Anne's needs. He seems willing to promise her just short of the world if she would be his. 

All that just made him that much more confusing, though. 

See, Hunter may be hot and protective and attentive, but he's holding Mary Anne and Gage prisoner. As in, refusing to let them leave and even tell their families they're alive. It's clear from the beginning that Mary Anne isn't into him like that, and yet, Hunter forces her to stay in his bed. To be fair, he sleeps on the floor, but he does remain in the room. It was... weird. And, creepy. And it absolutely did nothing to endear him to me at all. 

And, then there was Gage. Dire was told in dual POV - Mary Anne's and Gage's. We see from the beginning that he likes Mary Anne. He's not passionately in love with her, but he thinks she's nice and really pretty. After they hook up in his truck and then are kidnapped by a pack of werewolves, though, his feelings for her change. He has them for real. And, he never, ever abandons her. He does all he can to protect her too, so in his way, Gage was just as alpha male as Hunter was. He just didn't turn into a big dog every now and again. 

The reader has a lot of time to spend in Gage's head before we even meet Hunter. So, there was plenty of time for me to fall in love with him. He and Mary Anne made such a great couple. But, when they met up with Hunter and his pack, Gage was figuratively cut off at the knees. It was incredibly frustrating. I felt terrible for Gage. 

And, this was the really hard thing for me. I'm used to the alpha male shifter being the hero of the story. And, truth be told, there's a lot about Hunter that could make him the hero. But, there's also Gage. I kept expecting him to do or say something that would bring out his true asshat colors, but that never happened. So, I'm confused. Which is the right guy? The sexy, take-charge, alluring shifter or the sweet, weaker, dedicated jock? 

The end of Dire was chock full of twists and turns that I didn't expect. And, the last few paragraphs brought about a HUGE event that will undoubtedly shape all the events of the last two books in this trilogy. It was shocking and the implications will be big. 

Alyssa Rose Ivy's writing is fantastic. I was kept on the edge of my seat, and I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen next. And, after the cliffhanger at the end of Dire, that's especially true. This was an exciting, suspenseful book peppered with sexiness. It has a few pretty hot moments that broke up the feeling of unease you have through most of it. I can't wait to see where the rest of the series goes from here!


A single howl made me stop short. “The wolves!”
“Let’s hope they are farther away than they sound.” Gage tightened his hold on my hand and pulled me forward.
Three more howls filled the night. “They sound closer.”
We picked up the pace, and I chanced a glance behind me. That was a mistake. Several large grey wolves came into view. “Run!”
Gage didn’t need to be told twice. He broke into a run without letting go of my hand.
I ran as fast as possible over the frozen snow, but we didn’t get far before the wolves started circling around us. “Oh my god.” Could things get any worse?
“You have to make a run for it.” Gage’s voice quivered. “They’re going to kill us.”
“I’m not leaving you.” I tried to stay strong, and I kept my eyes locked on the wolves. There were five of them. All of them were massive, much larger than any wolf I’d seen before, but one of them was even bigger and had a large silver streak running down its back. That wolf seemed to be staring right at me.
“I’ll distract them. You run. I’ll catch up.”
I spotted an opening next to one of the smaller of the wolves and went for it. I didn’t make it far before one of the wolves stepped in front of me. I froze, paralyzed with fear, before my legs were knocked from under me. Suddenly, I was lying in the snow with a giant wolf hovering over me.
“We’re fucked.” Gage voiced exactly what I was thinking.
The silver streaked wolf stared down at me. It’s almost glowing eyes bored into mine. Was I really going to die as half-frozen food for a giant wild animal?
Then things got hazy and the air seemed to buzz. Moments later it wasn’t a wolf on top of me—it was a man. A completely naked man with a faint scar across his face.
“What the heck?” I tried to scurry back, but Hunter didn’t move. His very exposed parts nearly touched me. I didn’t want to notice his size, but I did. He was huge. He also didn’t look remotely concerned with the cold.
His lips brushed against my ear. “Were you going somewhere?”

About the Author 

Alyssa Rose Ivy is a New Adult and Young Adult author who loves to weave stories with romance and a southern setting. Although raised in the New York area, she fell in love with the South after moving to New Orleans for college. After years as a perpetual student, she turned back to her creative side and decided to write. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and two young children, and she can usually be found with a cup of coffee in her hand.


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RELEASE DAY: Priceless

Ivan Everley, 13th Baron Rothvale, would admit he's the last person on earth who should have custody over a priceless collection of art. British law affords him the title of 'Lord,' but underneath all the trappings he's just a regular guy, despite being a world champion in archery, and certain...proclivities of a private nature. But Ivan's public celebrity is merely a sham--a carefully guarded secret borne out of the pain of betrayal. Even his cousin Ethan Blackstone doesn't know the truth behind the man he considers a brother. 

Lord Rothvale has a plethora of problems piled up to his aristocratic eyeballs, but that doesn't stop him from complicating his world further when a beautiful art conservationist shows up to appraise his inherited collection of paintings. Once Ivan gets a taste of Gabrielle Hargreave, mistaken identity or not, he can't think of anything but how good the green-eyed beauty felt in his arms. 

The chase is on, and Ivan's dominant side isn't taking 'no' for an answer--but yet, Gabrielle might just teach our discontented lord a thing or two about life, and about himself, and help them both discover the undeniable truth in what it means to find something genuinely... priceless.



About the Author

Raine Miller has been reading romance novels since she picked up that first Barbara Cartland book at the tender age of thirteen. And it's a safe bet she'll never stop, because now she writes them too! Granted Raine's stories are edgy enough to turn Ms. Cartland in her grave, but to her way of thinking, a hot, sexy hero never goes out of fashion. A former teacher, she's now writing sexy romance stories full time. She has a handsome prince of a husband, and two brilliant sons to pull her back into the real world if the writing takes her too far away. Her sons know she likes to write stories, but gratefully have never asked to read any, thank God! Raine loves to hear from readers and to chat about the characters in her books. You can contact her at or visit to sign up for updates and her newsletter with links to upcoming books. Also, you can text RAINE to 96000 if you prefer.



I'm so excited to be a part of the WONDERFULLY WICKED blog tour, organized by the lovely ladies at Kismet Book Tours! A new adult fantasy novel? Um, yes please! Check out my review, and don't forget to enter the giveaway for Wonderfully Wicked swag and a $50 gift card at the end!

Wonderfully Wicked, by C.J. Burright
Published May 13, 2014
Publisher: Swoon Romance
Format: e-book, provided by the author
Genre: new adult fantasy romance
To Buy: Amazon * Barnes & Noble

Rating: 4 STARS

(From Goodreads) A dreamcaster with the ability to channel creatures from her nightmares, headstrong and cynical Kalila Montgomery longs for a peaceful, picket-fence life… until the man literally of her dreams kidnaps her.

Survival quickly becomes her number one goal, yet a growing attraction to the man in her nightmares is impossible to ignore. While she fears he will kill her, other, more terrifying enemies surround her, and Kalila succumbs to his scheme to escape. She may be his one hope for freedom…

A deadly combination of power, cunning, and cold-hearted charm, Lydon v'al Endrian fears nothing. Feels nothing. Chained to a brotherhood of men with the supernatural ability to invade dreams, he hunts dreamcasters to be harvested for their dreams and killed. His target: Kalila Montgomery. But Kalila awakens an undeniable dark desire and a longing for a freedom long-lost.

To gain everything he craves, Lydon must seduce Kalila before his plot is discovered… a hopeless challenge which, if failed, will earn him a death-sentence. Caught up in a dangerous world of secrets and obsession, doubt and betrayal, Kalila and Lydon face the nightmare of their lives, where love will either deliver them—or destroy them both.

In the new adult genre, too often do we see the typical contemporary romance story played out. I've said to many bookish friends that there needs to be more new adult dystopian or fantasy books out there. So, when I learned of WONDERFULLY WICKED, I had to applaud C.J. Burright for reaching inside my head and my heart and giving me what I wanted. 

Kalila - Lils as those who know her best call her - is a dreamcaster, which means she can make her nightmares come to life. One day, she's kidnapped and taken to a fortress in the Pacific Northwest where she's promised she'll be safe. She soon learns she's anything BUT safe, and the one who imparts that wisdom is none other than her kidnapper, Lydon. The worst of the worst. But, Kalila can't deny her attraction to him, and she soon learns way more about him and her own abilities than she had ever bargained for.

I loved Kalila. She's exactly what I need in a heroine - someone who isn't afraid of making the hard choices but she's not so hard that they don't affect her. She doesn't have many people in her life that she's close to, but those that are, she holds very dear. She knows her abilities come with problems, and she jumps at the possibility that they could finally be taken away. I empathized with Kalila - actually meeting the monster in your closet must be terrible. So, I get why the initial things that are told to her when she reaches apparent safety seem so alluring. 

But, the allure of Lydon is much stronger. Her relationship with him is adorable. She has this very volatile love/hate relationship with him right off the bat. I mean, he kidnapped her! It's understandable she should hate him. But, there's this instinctual pull toward him too that she just can't deny no matter how much she wants to. Their words with each other are biting and caustic and completely adorable. 

Lydon was the same. He was brought up to kill and destroy. He's literally the worst of his kind, and his task was to find Kalila and essentially destroy her. He just can't do it, and he spends a large portion of the book trying to convince himself to go back to the unfeeling bastard he has been his whole life. When he finally gives up and gives in was a great part of the book. 

This book was also very frustrating in that both Kalila and Lydon believe the other could never truly love the other. They never really communicate properly until the very, VERY end. I thought I would scream waiting for that point to actually arrive. 

The premise of the dreams coming to life and what that means is a super cool one. I was, however, a little confused as to how the dreamcasters worked with the V'alkara. It was explained throughout the book in bits and pieces, but it feels like there were too many layers to the concept, which muddied the waters a bit. I get that the V'alkara can control the nightmares that Kalila can manifest. I think if it would've stopped there, it would've been perfect, and this could've been a five-star book. But, there was more there about how the dreams must sustain the V'alkara, and the naming of them by the dreamcaster and the dreamwalking... it got to be a bit much. 

But, the romance is what I ultimately read NA books for, and in this case, it was great. It wasn't nearly as steamy as some I've read - it was rather tame in that regard, actually. But it didn't diminish the intensity of Kalila's and Lydon's relationship in the least. I definitely would recommend this book to any fantasy or NA fan. 

About the Author

C. J. Burright was born and raised in Oregon and loved it so much she never left. While she has worked for years in a law office, she chooses to avoid writing legal thrillers and instead leans toward urban fantasy, paranormal romance, or—since all things medieval and magic fascinate her—fantasy romance. A member of Romance Writers of America and Secretary for the Fantasy, Futuristic & Paranormal special interest chapter, C. J. also has her 4th Dan Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and believes stories should always include a gratuitous fight scene. In what spare time she has, she enjoys working out, reading, gardening, and rooting on the Seattle Mariners with a nice glass of wine. She shares a house with her husband, daughter, and a devoted herd of cats.

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