Blog Tour: Curses, Foiled Again by Sera Trevor

Title:  Curses, Foiled Again

Author: Sera Trevor

Publisher:  NineStar Press

Release Date: November 27, 2017

Heat Level: 3 – Some Sex

Pairing: Male/Male

Length: 98700

Genre: Paranormal, vampires, witches, undead, abduction, paranormal, addiction, ghosts, homophobia, immortal, magic users, dark, drug/alcohol use, dark, blood play, curses

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Synopsis

Felix is a vampire—a fierce creature of the night who strikes terror into the hearts of everyone unlucky enough to become his prey. Or at least, that’s what he thought was true, until he met John. John is completely unimpressed with Felix, much to his dismay. Felix becomes fixated on proving his ferocity to John—and when that doesn’t work, he strives to make any impression on him at all.

John is a witch, and as all witches know, vampires are notoriously stupid creatures who only have the power to hurt those who fear them. Besides, he’s under a curse much more frightening than any vampire. Felix’s desperate attempts to impress him annoy John at first, but gradually, they become sort of endearing. Because of his curse, John has pushed everyone in his life away. But Felix can’t be hurt, so there’s no harm in letting him hang around.

Felix is technically dead. John has nothing left to live for. But together, they might have a shot at life.

This dark and witty vampire romance for adults is complete at 100,000 words, with no cliffhanger. Despite some dark twists and turns, it ends with a solid HEA.

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Blog Tour: Walking on Water by Matthew J Metzger

Title:  Walking on Water

Author: Matthew J. Metzger

Publisher:  NineStar Press

Release Date: November 13, 2017

Heat Level: 3 – Some Sex

Pairing: Male/Male

Length: 88300

Genre: Fantasy, fantasy, mermaids, trans, magic, fairy tales, bisexual

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Synopsis

When a cloud falls to earth, Calla sets out to find what lies beyond the sky. Father says there’s nothing, but Calla knows better. Something killed that cloud; someone brought it down.

Raised on legends of fabled skymen, Calla never expected them to be real, much less save one from drowning—and lose her heart to him. Who are the men who walk on water? And how can such strange creatures be so beautiful?

Infatuated and intrigued, Calla rises out of her world in pursuit of a skyman who doesn’t even speak her language. Above the waves lies more than princes and politics. Above the sky awaits the discovery of who Calla was always meant to be. But what if it also means never going home again?

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Blog Tour: The Dragon’s Devotion by Antonia Aquilante

Title:  The Dragon’s Devotion

Series: Chronicles of Tournai, Book Five

Author: Antonia Aquilante

Publisher:  NineStar Press

Release Date: September 4, 2017

Heat Level: 3 – Some Sex

Pairing: Male/Male

Length: 108100

Genre: Fantasy, fantasy, paranormal, shifters, dragons, magic users, bisexual, family drama, abduction/kidnapping, political intrigue, royalty

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Synopsis

Corentin is a scholar with a secret—his magical Talent allows him to turn into a dragon, and he isn’t alone in that ability. Long ago, dragons were hunted fiercely, until they went into hiding, becoming things of legend. Corentin has traveled the world with one aim—to protect his people and keep their secret safe. Drawn to the principality of Tournai by news of someone close to discovering that secret, he hopes to avert suspicion. His attraction to the too-serious Bastien isn’t convenient for his purpose, but it isn’t something he can ignore either.

Lord Bastien, Earl of Ardesia, inherited his title unexpectedly when his parents were killed in a sailing accident along with the parents of his cousin, Prince Philip. Since then, Bastien has devoted his life to the obligations of his family and estate—so much so, that it has caused tension between him and his siblings. His world is further shaken when he receives an anonymous letter informing him that the tragic boating accident may, in fact, have been murder. Bastien throws himself into investigating whether the allegations are true and finding out who killed his parents.

As Corentin and Bastien become closer, the mystery of Bastien’s parents’ death draws him further into danger. Corentin feels compelled to protect Bastien, but the threat is closer than they know. Now, Corentin must decide whether preserving his secret—and potentially his people’s safety—is more important than saving the man he loves.

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Blog Tour: Daimonion by J.P Jackson


Dati Amon wants to be free from his satyr master and he hates his job—hunting human children who display demon balefire. Every hunt has been successful, except one. A thwarted attempt ended up as a promise to spare the child of a white witch, an indiscretion Dati hopes Master never discovers.

But Master has devilish machinations of his own. He needs human-demon hybrids, the Daimonion, to raise the Dark Lord to the earthly realm. If Master succeeds, he will be immortal and far more powerful.

The child who was spared is now a man, and for the first time in three hundred years, Dati has a reason to escape Master’s chains. To do that, Dati makes some unlikely alliances with an untrained soulless witch, a self-destructive shape shifter, and a deceitful clairvoyant. However, deals with demons rarely go as planned, and the cost is always higher than the original bargain.

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Meet my Character Blog Tour

This week I’ve been invited to take part in the Meet my Character Blog tour. This is a blog tour in which authors interview one of their main characters from an upcoming or recently published novel.

The author who tagged me is Katheryn J. Avila.

Katheryn J. Avila has always dreamed of being a published author, and recently, that dream has come true! Her novel, Reckoning, is the first in a paranormal sci-fi trilogy she’s titled The Breach. Reckoning tells the story of Lexia, a young woman who discovers that she’s psychic and is thrown into the dangerous world of the supernatural, where she must place her trust in an unexpected ally in order to protect her family.

Website: http://about.me/katheryn_avila
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LexiaReckoning2014
Twitter: @katheryn_avila

The Interview

Today I sat down with Kokawa Taku, the main protagonist of Demon’s Blood, and asked him some questions about himself and the novel.

1. What is your name? Are you a fictional or historical person?

My name is Kokawa Taku. I’m a fictional character that you made up!

2. Where and when is Demon’s Blood set?

The main story is set during modern day, in the fictional city of Norfield, England, but there are also flashback scenes connecting the story to the Edo period of Japan’s history, as well as modern day Tokyo and Yokohama.

3. And tell us a bit about yourself. What should we know about you?

I’m a two hundred and twenty-five year old vampire. I burn in sunlight, although I can go out during the day if there is sufficient cloud cover or if it’s raining – but I do receive some burns if I do this, kind of like sunburn!

I drink human blood; animal blood cannot be a substitute for this. I kill to survive or if threatened, and I don’t agonise over it. I have to live after all and humans kill other humans for much less!

I’m not very social. This isn’t because I’m shy – far from it, I’m quite overly confident – I simply don’t relate to other people well. I have a temper which I would lose more times than I actually do were it not for Thane.

Who is Thane?

Thane is my gorgeous English lover. We have been together for a hundred and twenty-four years now.

Wow that’s a long time! I admire your devotion to each other!

Thane means the world to me and I know I do to him too. I can’t imagine us ever being apart.

You’re so sweet!

*frowns* In my two hundred years as a vampire I have never been called sweet!

^^;; he he….moving on…

4. What’s your main conflict? What messes up your life?

You mean what have you done to mess up my life?

Urm…yeah I guess ^^;;

Now you did say before we began this interview to avoid spoilers so my answer is going to be vague!

Something happened to me when we were in Yokohama and since then I’ve felt as though I’m fighting a darkness that resides inside myself. I’m trying to keep it from Thane as he had a part to play in what happened to me and it would cause him a lot of pain to know this. I’m also afraid. I rarely confide in anyone under normal circumstances and this darkness has made it harder for me. I’m frightened that I am going to lose myself.

You’re making me want to hug you

You may if it makes you feel better but remember you did this to me!

*hugs him anyway*

5. What are your personal goals?

On the surface I appear very materialistic. I like living in luxurious apartments and buying sports cars, but my personal goal is protecting Thane. He’s still the same kind, naïve (sometimes infuriatingly so!), gentle person that he was before I turned him into a vampire. To retain so much humanity is very rare and precious for our kind. I would gladly give my own life to preserve that and protect Thane.

6. Is there a working title for this novel, and can we read more about it?

Demon’s Blood is the title. It’s listed on Goodreads, amazon and smashwords to name a few! You can also visit http://www.sharisakurai.com for more information.

7. When can we expect the book to be published?

The novel was published on 25th January. You can purchase it from amazon (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I11W9FE), smashwords (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/393858) and other ebook retailers.

There will be a sequel but I’ve been told not to give away too much about that at this stage!

Thank you, Taku!

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Here are the awesome authors I tagged who will be participating next week. Be sure to check out their work!

Kyra Halland, author of romantic fantasy novels including “Urdaisunia” and “The Lost Book of Anggird”. You can find out more about Kyra and her work by visiting her website or on Goodreads.

Stuart Keane, author of horror/suspense novels “The Customer Is Always…” and “All or Nothing”. You can find out more about Stuart and his work by visiting his website or on Goodreads.

Monica Enderle Pierce, author of the historical fantasy novel “Famine” and the science fiction novel “Girl Under Glass”. You can find out more about Monica and her work by visiting her website or on Goodreads.