Two sizzling tales by two very twisted sisters…
Heart of the Jaguar by Myla Jackson
When jaguar shifter Reme Denux stumbles into his ex-girlfriend’s palm reading parlor in the French Quarter of New Orleans, he’s fuzzy about how he got there. The last thing he remembered was a drink at a bar and having another man’s dark, sensuous dream.
As soon as Reme enters her building, Sybille can sense the black magic haze hanging over the man she still loves. With the full moon on the rise, she has to do something to save him from a death-swapping hex or lose him forever. With the help of a voodoo priestess, Sybille and Reme weather the moon’s supremacy and the soul-stealing storm, forging a bond of lust and love, neither has the strength to resist.
She’s All That by Delilah Devlin
Librarian by day, Melanie Bradshaw, is driven to desperation by her torrid dreams. However, when she acts on her desires, things go horribly wrong and she witnesses the murder of an overly amorous lounge lizard. With the body disintegrating before her eyes, who’s going to believe her?
When Detective Moses Brown gets the latest Full Moon case, he’s hoping it’s no more than another crazy looking for attention—until he meets the delectable Melanie Bradshaw. Melanie took a walk on the wild side straight into vampire territory. They know her and now she’s not safe. Until he can find out why, he’s going to stick to her like glue. If his own attraction gets between him and his good intentions, he’ll just grit his teeth and do his best to ignore it.
But pretty little Melanie has designs on his body. How’s a brother to resist?
If everything goes as planned, it might be up on Kindle by Monday or Tuesday! So, here’s the deal. We’re going to put it on Kindle for a week at $.99. Just one week, before it goes up to a price that’s more in line with what everyone else charges for this length of story. Its also on Smashwords. What we would ask in return is that anyone who purchases MOONSTRUCK do a little something in return for us. Like tag it. Review it. Post the cover and blurb on your blog if you have one. You already know the cover is to die for. Come on, it Jimmy Thomas. The stories will be very satisfying as well. It can be read as stand-alone, but if you’re into the MIKs, you’ll really dig Moses.
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