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Wolf Protector Review – BTS emag June

 There’s a great review of Wolf Protector on page 69 so check it out!




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Guest Post – Bound to Me – Jeannette Medina

Hi lovely readers! Thanks for coming to read about the awesome Jeannette Medina’s debut release: Bound to Me. Do you love paranormal/fantasy and dragons? This is the book for you! Check it out and let’s share in the love for Jeannette!

Congrats Ms. Medina. Wish you lots of success girl!


Bound to Me

Bound To Me JM

A girl with nothing else to lose.

A life that’s brought nothing but pain.

A tattoo that’s more than what it seems.


Eighteen-year old Veronica has had enough. Her alcoholic mother has only delivered a slew of abusive step-fathers and life is only getting harder. What was to be a simple tattoo for her birthday brings more than she ever imagined.
Liam is a shape-shifting dragon. He lives on her shoulder, watching her, helping her. Having the dragon come to life and teaching her courage becomes a new lifeline for Veronica. But Liam will eventually become a permanent tattoo on her skin – never to take the shape of the protector she became attached to.
Will she embrace her life or will a broken heart shatter her soul forever?



JM excerpt


Buy it NOW at:


Amazon and Barnes and Noble



About the Author


JM Bio



Jeannette Medina currently lives in Syracuse New York. She is a single mother to her two Beautiful little girls and works full time. She is a bookworm to the 10th power, so you will always catch her with a book in her hand. Her favorite type of genre is Paranormal Romance. She believes that anything is possible when you put your mind to it. Jeannette continues to write in her spare time and is loved by her beautiful family.


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Teaser Time – Wolf Fever



I’ve decided to give you all a little taste of Wolf Fever. And I think you’ll be hooked with this sexy story.


Wolf Fever © Milly Taiden

Coming June 21st


She stood, ready to bolt. “I need to go to the ladies room.” She gasped when she found her back pressed to a wall and Ryder’s body pressed to her front.

A slow shudder crawled down her spine and buried deep in her core. He cupped her cheek with one hand and her hip with the other, pressing the bar of his cock into her belly. Fuck but he felt good. More than good. Perfect. Now she just needed him inside her body, putting out the fire his scent had started. Heat dripped from her slit. Arousal shot through her veins, thickening her blood. She’d never wanted a man as much as she did him, and it scared her.

Head tilted, she blinked his face into focus.

“Are you sure that’s what you want?” Ryder asked with that panty-melting voice.

Hell no. Her mind was a jumbled mess of needs and wants. She was having a hard time remembering her own damn name and here he was asking her questions.


No. Please god. He lowered his head. She couldn’t take much more of this hormonal torture her body was putting her through. Everything felt tight. She held her breath, continuing to watch his dark eyes. With every inch he moved closer, her body argued for her to grab him, to touch him. But she fought it and fisted her hands at her sides.

“Are you sure you want to go?“

His warm breath smelled of beer and some kind of mint. And she wanted to taste. Not just taste, she wanted to lick, suck, and devour him.


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Guest Post ~ Marked ~ Jennifer James

Hello lovely readers! I have a great treat for you today. The super smexy writer Jennifer James is dishing out on her latest short (ONLY $0.99 you all! GO GRAB ONE!)

Let’s give her a big hand and check out her book, Marked.


I have a bad habit of creating series. I love to read them, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I keep writing them. *grin* Last week I released my very first Indie title, a short story set in a universe called HOWL. This universe will be in the spirit of Felicity Heaton’s Vampire Realms, with lots of different characters, book lengths, and storylines. I hope you’ll enjoy my take on werewolf soul mates in this first installment, MARKED.


Jen James


Five years ago she ran. . .

Kayla is back where she belongs: in Jack’s arms. But after the initial explosion of pent up longing and need have passed, she has to convince him to complete the bond between them.

Ingrained fears sent her running, but the need for her mate and the love she’s denied has brought her back. To be Marked will join their souls together forever, a bond Kayla can no longer live without.

An Alpha wolf, Jack waited for Kayla to return to him and protected her from afar. When he senses her outside his home, he isn’t beyond setting a trap meant to entice her back.

Once he has her, he has to show her it isn’t just her heart he needs.

He needs her trust and with it, her submission.



Let’s get to know those main characters!


Jack Character Profile



Kayla Character Profile


To celebrate the release of MARKED, I’m running a Rafflecopter through May 31. In it, there’s a chance to win a gorgeous book thong I created!

MARKED book thong


BUT WAIT! There’s more!

I also two some Jennifer James swag packs up for grabs. But don’t worry, if the Rafflecopter doesn’t smile on you, I’m hosting a Facebook party May 31. There will be ebooks, awesome swag, and lots of games.

Buy Links


Barnes and Noble




a Rafflecopter giveaway


Author Bio:

Jennifer James lives in a fantasy land where it’s always 75 degrees and sunny, a river made of non-fat chocolate runs past her house, and dogs don’t poop. (She hates cleaning up dog pooh.) A mutli-published author of erotica and erotic romance, she loves to write stories with heat, heart, and happily ever afters.

Find me on the web! 






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Relationship 101? Is she for real?

Relationship 101? Is she for real?

I’m afraid SHE is. LOL. Welcome to my ramblings. Blame all this on sitting on the train for an hour thinking about the stuff people ask me. I’m no counselor. I’m no doctor.  I’m not even a therapist.




So how could a girl who loves to write know anything about relationships?  Well, it’s very possible that I don’t.  Hah! Joke’s on you. But maybe,  just maybe,  I can tell you something that could help. Because while my author persona lives in the stories she writes and the happily ever afters she loves, the other me lives on firm ground.
I often get asked questions by women about relationships and how they know if one is worth the risk. My first thoughts are: What do you dislike about him? How well do you handle pressure?  And my all time favorite: Are you willing to give in?


I will discuss some things with you using the word him often because I am speaking to those women who ask me about relationship, but this can apply to a guy as well.

A lot of people will speak wonderful things about relationships and marriage. But others… will grab you by the forearms look at you dead in the eyes and whisper “GET. OUT. NOW!” Fun right?

If you’re one of my close friends, you’ve heard me give you the GET OUT NOW bit. But reality is: I am a dedicated person. If I say for better or worse, you better believe my ass will be there when shit hits the fan. But not everyone thinks like me. Which is why I have given those who ask the detailed explanations on my 3 questions posted above. Let’s discuss my three questions.

What do you dislike about him?

Admit it. We all have something or a lot of somethings we wish the person we are in a relationship with would cut out. Is he cheap? Is he a pig? Is he lazy in bed? Whatever you dislike,  think long and hard. He’s so hot, but… whatever is after that but will be trouble. TRUST ME. I tell people all the time but they think I’m being funny! I don’t know why. ‘Oh Milly! You so silly. You’re married and you’re giving me all this anti-marriage advice’. It is not anti-marriage. OK, sometimes it is. Especially is my hubs has pissed me off recently. Which can happen often. But anyway, what I am trying to do is help you realize that it will not be peaches and cream. And the sooner you go in with your combat gear ready for battle to take the world on next to your partner, the smoother your journey together will be. That area is what will grow to piss you off to no end until you either break up, or burst a blood vessel in frustration…or, here’s a crazy thought, you can just learn to live with it.


couple argue

How well do you handle pressure?

Do you fold when things get rough? Do you get angry? Do you run? Not everyone can handle critical situations. Relationships are not easy. And if someone tells you they are, know this:  that person is lying. Shit happens to people every single day. How strong you stand, as an individual and a couple,  determines how much more your commitment will grow. I tend to be very laid back with things, because I have gone through so many difficult things in life, that nothing fazes me anymore. But not everyone has my life experiences. Remember that relationships go through rough times, but running away from the problem will only put you in a different zip code and the problem will still exist.  And rule number one: Always remember that whatever you’re going through? There are others going through much worse!

Are you willing to give in?

Relationships are not a contest of who is right and who is wrong. But when in doubt, she’s right. Lol. I kid, I swear. A lot of debates between couples are caused by question #1. If you’re in a disagreement,  figure out a way to work things out without escalating the situation.  I am guilty of being one of those people to visualize bashing a certain someone’s head in when he doesn’t listen and I KNOW I’m right. Or if he is stuck on stupidity. But will that solve anything? OK, you might say it will at least make ME feel better, but that won’t fix the problem at hand. It’s easy to place blame and get angry. Focus on solutions.

couple_image argue

You need to understand something right now. The person you are with will not (I repeat: WILL NOT) change for anyone but themselves.  Change is a choice. You won’t fix him. You won’t change him. BUT if he loves you enough and knows something is hurting the relationship,  he has the power to make the change needed. I like to tell people to look at their partners.  Can you accept them exactly as they are without changing a thing? If so, you are golden. But most cases it’s: he/she needs to stop so and so. Accept them for who they are, as they are, and demand the same. Change may never happen and if you’re okay with that, the battle for relationship endurance is already half won.

A great relationship isn’t about having the perfect person, it’s about finding an imperfect person that’s just right for you.



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