Friday, 28 April 2017

Centurion (The Guardian League Book Two) by T.K. Lawyer



Welcome to TK Lawyer’s world-

TK Lawyer has always had an interest in the strange and unusual and she’s a romantic by heart.

She writes passion-filled paranormal romance with Angels and Wolf Shifters- weaving tales of alpha males willing to do anything for the one feisty, curvaceous, strong-willed woman who has won their heart. Her alpha males will go to any length to please their mate, in and out of the bed.

She invites you to enter her world and be entertained. After all, she writes for you.

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Centurion has it all. A talented charge, ladies at his disposal for a single encounter or more and access to all the coffee he wants once he lands on Earth. Plus, he’s second in command of the volunteer band of angels called the Guardian League. The one thing he never wanted was an intimate relationship with a human beyond the usual angel-charge boundaries.

So when he finds a woman as strong and hot as the human beverage that tickles his fancy, what else can he do but pursue her until he figures out what to do with her.

April loves her enticing, hunky angel but he’s a lot to handle. He’s cocky, unpredictable but most of all… incorrigible. What is she to do with a male who lives life by his own schedule?

Can April and Centurion form a compromise and allow love to bind them together? Or will Centurion’s inability to commit wedge them apart, forever?



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Keep reading for an excerpt:


She turned to the strange male. “I’m sorry, uh–¬uh…”

“Centurion,” he said, holding some earrings up toward the overhead light.

“I’m not sure when I’ll be done.”

“Don’t worry. I’ll wait.”

He was tenacious, she’d give him that. There was some reason he kept hanging around but it wasn’t to buy jewelry and she wasn’t interested in dating. She hadn’t found the right man yet and she doubted this Greek god, this Thor among men was the one. He was probably “full of himself” expecting all women to cater to his needs because he was good-looking and desirable, just like her ex. He was in for a rude awakening.

She was finally able to break away. “Listen, mister.” She walked up and called out to him at the same time.

“Centurion.”

“Are you really interested in jewelry or are you interested in something else?” She placed her hands on her hips. He was laughing. How rude.
“I really like this one.” Centurion pointed to the first necklace he looked at. It was part of a set.

“What do you like about it?”

“The name of it is intriguing. Serenity, an Angel’s present. Tell me, do you believe in Angels?” Centurion leaned over the table.

What a strange question to ask and a personal one. She kept quite a few things private. Delving into her spirituality and her beliefs were not something she was comfortable with. Talking about them was only something she did with a select few individuals she trusted. Then again, she’d never see this man after today. It was probably safe to answer his question.

“Well, sir.”

“Centurion, please.”

“I’m sorry, Centurion. What a different name. I’ve never heard it before. I’m sure it’s hard for you to find anything with your name printed on it, huh?” She chuckled. “But, I’ve gone off the subject and you asked me about Angels. That’s not something I usually talk about out in the open but yes—yes I do believe in Angels. Do you?”

There was that stellar, one of a kind grin again. “I kind of have to.”

She extended her hand out to Centurion. “By the way, I’m April. Take one of my cards.”

“It’s very nice to meet you, April.” He pushed the card into a side pocket. He pointed across her table. “So, why jewelry?”

“It’s creative, it’s fun and I really like making beautiful things.”

“Like yourself?”

“Oh.” She shied away. “You think I’m pretty?”

“Very.”

There went her heart again but this time, it rolled instead of flip-flopped. She took a few deep breaths. “That’s kind of you but—”

“It’s the truth.”

“Wow, you’re very direct.”

“I’m honest. I’m sorry if I’m scaring you. I don’t mean to do that. I just wanted to ask you out for coffee.”

She squirmed and fiddled with her fingers. Coffee? Was he kidding? Holy cow, this guy liked her? She pinched herself, sure that she was dreaming. She wasn’t.


Tuesday, 25 April 2017

What Human Remains by S. M. Sevón



S. M. Sevón is a technical writer and translator who for the past few years has been a working-at-home-mom of two, living with her part Danish family in the heart of Finland. Her career as a writer of fiction already spans two decades, but "They Wait in the Woods" is her first official publication. The story of the book is continued in her second novel, "What Human Remains".

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Man is the cruelest animal.

Bonnie Parker has been through living hell. Having lost her friends and the life she knew to the horrors of the River Valley Dam, she is trying to come to terms with what she has become.

But the past is already back to haunt her.

Chased by shadows that seem to follow her every move she finds herself a prisoner of those who claim to help her. Trapped in a nightmare of ruthless experiments, she soon discovers that humans are far worse than the monsters they are hunting.

In order to survive, she must put her trust in the man who has tried to kill her—twice.




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What is your writing process?


The first draft of almost any book is written almost completely as it flows, very train-of-thought, and then the following drafts are more structured, better considered, edited, re-edited, dissected etc. until there is a copy that can be called a 'final draft'. Proportionally speaking, the initial draft doesn't take all that much time. It's the edited and re-written versions that follow that take the most time.

Do you write in first or third person, past or present tense?


I write in third person, past tense. It feels the most natural to me and I also prefer it in the books I read.


Are you a pantser or outliner?


Both. I'd love to be more spontaneous, but I do have to get very structural at times, especially since I am writing a book series. My flowcharts are legendary by now.

How long does it take you to write a book?


On average, a couple of years per book. My work does overlap, though, so I may be working on two books at the same time.

How do you come up with the titles for your books? 


The titles of my books are the result of endless brainstorming sessions.

Do you find it difficult?


Yes, coming up with a good title is hard work!

Do you write about real life experiences, or does everything come from your imagination?


Both. My writing is a mix of things that I know and that are real and things that I have either come up with or have taken an artistic license with. I also spend a lot of time on background work, studying new things or just deepening my knowledge on things I already know about whether professionally or just because of personal interests.

Do you ever base your characters on people you know?


Not directly, no, however, there are moments in the books that reflect real life.

What are you working on now?


I am currently working on the third book in the Bonnie Parker series.

What inspired your current work?


I originally wanted to write a paranormal suspense story that would deal with familiar themes in a new, perhaps more minimalist way. I wanted to create a story that was both classy and believable, creating an "it could happen" feeling for the reader, as well as exciting, entertaining and creepy in just the right places without gratuitous gore.

I wasn't supposed to write a book series, but when I finished my first book, "They Wait in the Woods" I had this strong feeling that my characters weren't done telling their story and so I decided to continue with them even though I was suppose to start a completely different project. Considering that I am now writing the third book in the series, I suppose I was right. I have this feeling I've just gotten started!

What was the hardest part about writing your latest book?


Keeping all the plot bunnies under control and bringing it all together through the entire series so far - with later volumes in mind.