Cover Reveal and Blog Tour for Temper

Cover Reveal and Blog Tour for Temper

Interviews, Blog Spots, Deals, Etc.: Upcoming: June 2, 2016: Sinfully MM Book Reviews. Exclusive Cover Reveal of Temper! Blog Tour for Temper: July 1, 2016: TEMPER RELEASE DAY July 1, 2016: The Dark Arts July 1, 2016: Joyfully Jay July 2, 2016: Lily G Blunt: Author and Reviewer of MM Romance July 2, 2016: Attention is Arbitrary July 3, 2016: Diverse Reader July 4, 2016: MM Book Escape July 5, 2016: The Novel Approach Reviews July 5, 2016: Love Bytes…

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My Review of Second Alpha

My Review of Second Alpha

Second Alpha by Rebecca James My rating: 5 of 5 stars To be honest, most shifter books read the same to me. They don’t stand out, and they’re neither good nor bad. But James manages to take me out of the same tired old tropes and give me something new, and that’s one of the things I respect most about her as a writer. Second Alpha is another example of her skill in deftly turning the familiar tropes on their…

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Cover Updates

Cover Updates

All four covers have been updated (again)–this time to add the book numbers. After some deliberation and discussion, I decided I really need to have them numbered as a series. So here are the new covers!          

Promo Spots

Promo Spots

Okay, so! Rambling post about promo … things. Keep in mind I’m brand new at all this, so it might be good, and it might not.  The short version: a) Authors: there’s a sale and here are two sites for paranormal-related books. b) Readers: there are two sites that offer 2 free reads EACH a day. THESE ARE NOT M/M SPECIFIC.   I Love Vampire Novels is having a sale for Mother’s Day on ad spots, so I went and…

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Queercentric Review of Owned

Queercentric Review of Owned

5 of 5 Stars from Queercentric on Owned! I was on the edge of my seat reading Owned: A Ripples in the Status Quo Story by R. Phoenix. I WAS ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT READING OWNED We get to see what happened after the cliffhanger we were left with from Recoil. I must admit I was relieved to find Noah still alive, although still incredibly annoyed with his ungrateful attitude toward Khaz after his memory is restored. He’s the…

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Queercentric Review of Recoil

Queercentric Review of Recoil

5 of 5 Stars from Queercentric on Recoil! Recoil: A Ripples in the Status Quo Story by R. Phoenix straddles a middle line between the feel of the first book and the feel of the second. It’s got a slightly sinister vibe that carries through the whole story. A SLIGHTLY SINISTER VIBE Noah is a human, part of the Rebellion, who was captured. He spent a week being tortured, with his captors hoping to eventually auction off as a compliant…

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Queercentric Review of Ravel

Queercentric Review of Ravel

5 of 5 Stars from Queercentric on Ravel! Ravel: A Ripples in the Status Quo Story by R. Phoenix was quite the surprise. The previous book was a dark twisted tale about mind games, manipulation, and sadism. Ravel, on the other hand, was the complete opposite. THERE IS STILL ENOUGH LIGHT TO LET LOVE SHINE THROUGH One might think the author throwing something completely different into the series would be a deterrent from continuing with it. I disagree. I loved…

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Queercentric Review of Bought

Queercentric Review of Bought

5 of 5 Stars from Queercentric on Bought (FREE)! Bought: A Ripples in the Status Quo Story by R. Phoenix was my real first trip into the really dark side of M/M romance. This book is not a traditional romance. How can it be, with mind games, manipulation, and a sadistic witch? THIS BOOK IS NOT A TRADITIONAL ROMANCE. Jace is a werewolf who took the fall for his pack leader’s failure in leading a rebellion against the status quo. He…

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Guest Post on Kimi-Chan Experience

Guest Post on Kimi-Chan Experience

“The RISQ works center around characters who put themselves on the line and against the status quo. “Love is a weakness,” a character remarks in the first book. “Everyone claims they’d do anything for it. Let’s test the theory, shall we?” And that’s really what the books are about at their core. What would you do for love? Would you risk everything? What horrible things would you put yourself through to have even the chance for love in this sort…

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