Thursday, 21 February 2013

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT - Kristine Cayne

WARNING I HAVE TRIED NOT TO GIVE TOO MUCH AWAY AS TO NOT SPOIL IT FOR READERS WHO HAVE NOT YET READ,  HOWEVER TO GIVE AN ACCURATE REVIEW I HAVE HAD TO PUT SOME PLOT TO STORYLINE

Kristine Cayne is a new author to me,  i have only recently started to read her books but from what I have read so far her books are fantastic,  i was advised when i first started to read them that i should read her short story Aftershocks, in Romance In The Rain - A Six Seattle Novella and that would help introduce you to the Characters of the book Under His Command.

When i started reading Aftershocks, i thought the book was fantastic,  it was well written and very emotionally charged, it had me crying my eyes out from nearly the start, i read the whole book with a lump in my throat and felt so pulled into the story i felt i was right there with them,  it left me wanting to read the full story and see what happens to Erica and Jamie i was so rooting for them to be ok.





When Seattle is struck by a devastating earthquake, technical rescue firefighter Jamie Caldwell must save his estranged wife and daughter from the wreckage of a collapsed building. He's defied the odds hundreds of times, but will his luck finally run out for good?

 Romance in the Rain - Amazon UK



Imagine my surprise when i started reading, Under His Command,  it was completely not what i was expecting after reading Aftershocks,  it was so HOT, good job there was a fireman in this story because i was so worried the book would go up in flames, the relationship in the story took a completely new turn when BDSM was introduced and brought a different side to the characters.

The story starts where Aftershocks left off however before it continues it goes back in time and starts at the beginning of the relationship explaining events that led to how the relationship was at present day (this is why people prefer to read Aftershocks first as they get a better feeling of the characters) then continues on from there,  If you love Fifty Shades Of Gray and Bared To You,  You will absolutely love this book,  This is the first in the series and you will have to wait for the rest as they have not yet been finished,  but i strongly recommend this book.

  Under His Command - Amazon UK

Kristine has also got another series out called Deadly Vices and the first book in that series is called Deadly Obsession, I haven't read this yet as i have only just got it but i have a feeling its going to be fantastic,  you can find all of Kristine's books on Amazon

Happy reading Lovelies

Natalie x

Monday, 18 February 2013

Author CC Mackenzie

If like me,  when you find an author who makes you belly laugh, you are on edge until a new release comes out.  I have only recently become acquainted with her books and I love each one of them,  The Ludlow series is fantastic and everyone i have spoken to, Loves Nico.

I decided that i wanted to write my little blog today on CC Mackenzie and give you little review on the first of her books in both series and tell you why I loved each one.



Reckless Nights In Rome:  I loved the introduction to the characters in this book as you get to meet ones that are in future books,  i had a few laugh out loud moments throughout the book and fell in love with the characters - Especially Nico. This is a lovely Introduction into CC MacKenzie's book and is Free on Amazon at the moment so I highly recommend you get it

Reckless Nights In Rome - Amazon UK


A Stormy Spring: is book two in the series and is the story of Lucas and Becca,  the story is just as hot as the first one, CC MacKenzie doesn't disappoint.  The story is not completely based at Ludlow Hall but does tie in quite nicely. As with all her stories it is exciting and fun.

Stormy Spring - Amazon UK





Run Rosie Run is probably my favourite out of the ludlow hall series,  this book is about Bronte's best friend Rosie who has harboured a secret - She is madly in love with Alexander - Bronte's Brother, and is heartbroken that he doesn't feel the same way and will always see her as Bronte's annoying little friend,  The sparks in this book were flying the wit was fantastic and had me again laughing out loud,  I didn't want this book to end and was disappointed when i had to put it down!!

Run Rosie Run - Amazon UK
Book 4 Coco's Story will be coming soon 



The next series of books is the Vampyre Chronicles and if like me you are somewhat obsessed ( my favorite ever is a certain sparkly vampire) with vampires you will not be dissapointed by this series it is hot and steamy and i loved reading the books,  i have a feeling they are leading to bigger things to come in the future.



Big Trouble In China is the first book in the series and introduces you nicely to the vampyre that is Marcus,  With his brooding good looks and deep scottish accent he has all the makings to become a favorite with vampire fans. After six months of mentoring Anais, the time has come to move her from the boardroom to the bedroom. And when Anais makes a costly mistake, Marcus has the gorgeous lawyer just where he wants her…
I really did love this book it was hot and steamy and even made me belly laugh in a few places but we wont go into that.

Big Trouble In China - Amazon UK




Dirty Little Secrets is the second of the books and is just as good as the first one with a few more witches thrown in,  this is James's Story about how he loves his wife so much, he refuses to take her vein and make her a vampyre.  Little does he know Charlotte has a few secrets of her own when she joins the woman's only group Dirty Little Secrets

Dirty Little Secrets - Amazon UK


Book 3 Gia's Story is coming soon



Thank you for reading my blog on CC Mackenzie,  I hope i have encouraged you to go and purchase her books because they really are amazing,  i would like to say a massive THANK YOU to CC for allowing me to read these amazing books and for our hilarious chats that we have on Facebook

The Lovelies - Natalie & Alicia x


ISLAND LOVELIES AUTHOR INTERVIEW -  Verna Clay 
By Alicia

I came across a book series called Romance on the Ranch by Verna Clay. I love a good Ranch series so I thought I'd give it a go. Let me say, I'm so glad I did. This series is excellent. Below is book covers, book description and a little Except from each of the books. I got the chance to interview Verna Clay which is also below.

Dream Kisses (Romance on the Ranch book 1)


Dream Kisses kicks off the series with Sarah Carter, a.k.a Mims Murphy, meeting Sage Tanner at Imaginings Publishing while he's posing for the cover of her soon-to-be-released romance novel. After being bulldozed into a coffee break with him by her publisher, an embarrassing incident upsets Sarah and she walks out. Of course, fate has a wonderful way of intervening in matters of the heart. After deciding her book needs realism, she signs up for "dude" lessons at Lazy M Dude Ranch. Imagine her chagrin when she discovers the owner of the ranch is none other than Mr. Tanner himself!

Excerpt:

The hostess handed them menus. Menus to order a damn cup of coffee. Sage laid his on the table and didn't even glance at it.

Mims looked her menu over, front and back, and so did the others. The hostess returned and he listened to Chuck, because he couldn't bring himself to call him Chuckie, order a Muddy Mocha Miracle.

Sissy ordered a double shot Hammerhead Bottom Feeder and Sage was curious about what the author would order. Very politely, she said, "I'd like a Latin Lover Latte, with lite whipped cream, please." He had to bite the inside of his cheek to keep from laughing.

The hostess turned to him. "And for you, sir?" She batted her false eyelashes.

"Black coffee."



Honey Kisses (Romance on the Ranch book 2)


Ann Hackstetter first met Jackson Martinez while vacationing at Lazy M Dude Ranch with her husband and teenage son. Part of the "dude" package was a night of fun at Boot Bustin' Barn. Ann suspected that Sage Tanner, owner of Lazy M, bribed Jackson to dance with her as a way of making her inattentive husband jealous. Little did she realize that the dance would awaken emotions long suppressed. Of course, there is no outlet for those emotions. Now, five years later, she's a widow--a destitute widow. Over the years, her son's friendship with Sage's daughter Julie has blossomed, and now they're getting married. Wedding responsibilities have temporarily taken Ann's mind off her desperate situation. At the reception, Jackson asks her to dance--reawakening those emotions. He makes her feel twenty-one, instead of forty-one.

Jackson Martinez has an easy way with the women and never gets too serious. However, to his surprise, he is attracted to timid Annie. She's older than he is, has a grown son, and probably has an aversion to men after being married to a guy who paid more attention to his cell phone than to her. When Sage reveals Annie's sad state of economic affairs, and says she's looking for a job, Jackson offers her a position at his cattle ranch running his household. Of course, he's just trying to help her get back on her feet, or so he almost convinces himself. Little does he know that Annie has a secret.

Excerpt from Jacob and Julie's wedding reception:


Ann laughed and surreptitiously glanced at Jackson. Pritzy had pulled her chair close to his and pressed her body against his side. The pretty cowgirl reached to smooth a lock of his golden hair and whisper in his ear. He smiled and then glanced in Ann's direction. Ann quickly turned to her granny and asked how she liked the green bean casserole.



Baby Kisses (Romance on the Ranch book 3)


Tooty Townsend bore a child at the age of sixteen. Now she has her hands full raising four year old Harris and trying to make a living. Reclusive author, Maxwell Henry, real name, Miles Brightman, is looking to hire a personal assistant while he's in Colorado finishing up his latest suspense thriller. Sarah Tanner, stepmother to Tooty's best friend, Julie, and a friend of Miles, recommended her to the author. Unfortunately, Harris climbed onto the guy's lap at Julie and Jacob's wedding reception and asked him to take him for a ride in his wheelchair. Then he asked him to marry his mommy and become his daddy! Tooty needs a job and she's swallowing her pride to apply for this one.

Excerpt (Recognition):

Miles shifted his wheelchair so he could see out the living room window. He watched the young woman step from her battered pickup. So this was the girl with the strange first name Sarah had referred. Her dark, strawberry blonde hair looked familiar. When she'd almost reached the porch, recognition slammed him and he groaned. It was the girl from the wedding; the one with the cute, but rascally little boy--the boy who'd ask him to marry his mommy and become his daddy. He groaned again when the doorbell rang.

These books can be bought separately but Verna has brought out book bundle for the brilliant price of just £1.95/$3.08 for the first 3 books. 



I read these books in December 2012 and fell in love with all the character's. The couples are so sweet and perfect for each other. I was gutted when I finished Baby kisses and there was a few characters I wanted a book for. Well me being me decided to contact Verna to see if there would be any more books to the Romance on the Ranch series. When Verna replied she informed me that there would NOT be any more books. I was so sad. I wanted... no NEEDED to have more books with these couples in. I had not had my fill. We emailed a few times about what I loved about the books and who I wanted to see get their Happily Ever After!

To my surprise, a few weeks later I received a email from Verna informing me that I had inspired her to write a FORTH book!! YAY! I was absolutely delighted. She told me a little information about the forth book called Candy Kisses and said it would be released in February 2013. Well it's now here!!


Candy Kisses (Romance on the Ranch book 4)
                                                           Candy Kisses - Amazon UK

After his latest bull riding competition, widower Dirk Branigan is flat on his back with a busted leg. In dire need of domestic help for the care of his ten year old daughter, Tessa, as well as meal preparation and household chores, he hires a woman sight unseen, simply because his friends Sage Tanner and Miles Brightman ask that he do so. After meeting his "domestic help," he decides Sage and Miles are going to owe him big time. The woman is spoiled, temperamental, frustrating, and yes, at times, endearing. Thankfully, Tessa takes to her immediately. As for Dirk, uncovering the woman behind the façade will take patience, coaxing, and  a lot of love.


Chapter One: Speak of the Devil

Tooty admonished her boys as they piled out of the van, "Morgan, stop tormenting your brother! Harris, make sure Morgan and Eli are careful when they climb the ladder. And when I call you for lunch, I don't want you dallying around." She grinned. "Oh, and one more thing—have fun!" Harris, Eli, and Morgan yelled thanks to their mom and then shouted for joy as they raced across the drive on a perfect spring Saturday.

Six months pregnant and with her youngest son, two year old Austin on her hip, Tooty waited until her boys had reached the tree house Sage Tanner and Jackson Martinez had just finished building a week earlier, before climbing her porch steps next to the wheelchair ramp for her husband.

"I wanna pway wid brothers," Austin pouted.

"Honey, after I let daddy know we're home I'll take you to play."

"Otay, Mommy."

On the porch Tooty set Austin down and juggled the grocery sack so she could open the front door. Glancing around, she made a mental note to water the bulbs in her window boxes and sweep the debris that had blown across the porch. Although Miles insisted that she hire help for the innumerable chores necessary for their family of six—soon to be seven, she enjoyed working around the home she had inherited before marrying Miles, and which they had expanded upon by adding three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a family room, an office, and modernizing the kitchen. The additions were larger than the original house.

"Miles! I'm home!" Tooty called as Austin ran to find his daddy. "I ordered the new blinds for our bedroom. I can't wait 'til they arrive." She entered the kitchen.

Austin had already climbed onto his father's lap and was grinning from ear-to-ear as he reached for a cookie on a platter in the center of the table. The strange expression on Miles' face while he talked on his cell phone alerted Tooty to the fact that something was wrong. Her heart dropped. Had someone been hurt? Lifting Austin off his lap, she carried him and his cookie to the family room to play with the myriad of toys always scattered about.

When she returned, Miles was saying into his phone, "Hmm. The guy's a rat. Are you going to pursue legal action if you find him?"

Tooty walked to the sink, poured herself a glass of water, and then sat across from Miles.

He glanced at her, shook his head and said, "Monica, let me think about your situation and then I'll call you back."

Tooty's eyes rounded. Monica! She jerked her hand to her mouth in surprise.

Miles watched her reaction and slowly nodded that it was the same person Tooty suspected.

Snotty Monica, my husband's ex-girlfriend is calling him!

Miles said, "Don't cry. Everything will work out." He listened and finished with, "Try not to worry. I'll talk to you soon." He touched the screen of his cell phone to disconnect and shook his head again. "I can't believe it."

Tooty, on pins and needles, waited for him to spill the beans.

"Give me just a minute," he said, and rolled his wheelchair to the counter to pour a cup of coffee. After opening the fridge and dousing a healthy dose of cream into his cup, he returned to the table and sipped.

Tooty said, "Miles, if you keep me in suspense much longer, I'm going to scream."

Her husband set his cup down. "Monica is broke, homeless, and…pregnant."

"What!" Tooty's eyes rounded like saucers.

"Seems she got involved with some smooth talker who convinced her that he was an investment banker, and after they'd lived together for some months, she invested all of her funds in what she thought was a high yielding account. A few days later the scumbag left her high and dry and the authorities think he skipped the country. Then, within the same week, her company downsized and laid her off." Miles wasn't finished, "And the next week she discovered she was pregnant after she got an eviction notice because 'scum bag' hadn't paid the rent like he'd said."

Tooty held her hands to her cheeks in shock. "What's she going to do…about the baby, I mean?"

Miles smiled and chuckled. "She surprised me there. She said she's going to keep this baby no matter what. She said if I could survive having so many children, she could survive having just one."

Still shocked, Tooty asked, "Why is she calling you? Does she want to borrow money?"

"Actually, no. I offered to give her a loan, but she refused. She said the reason she'd called, other than having a shoulder to cry on, was to ask if I had any connections for a new job. She said I was the only friend she could think to call."

"Well, that doesn't surprise me. Her not having friends, I mean. So she hasn't contacted your mom or dad?"

"No. She said she hasn't spoken with them in over a year and now she's too mortified to do so."

"Well, as you know, she's not on my list of favorite people after that stunt she pulled in New York. She wanted me to feel like a hick at that fancy restaurant, and I sure did, but I'm not so vindictive as to not want things to turn out well for her. I know what it's like to be alone, pregnant, and rejected by the father of your child."

Miles reached his hand across the small table and clasped hers. "But I'm eternally grateful that Harris' father turned out to be such a lowlife. I love you, Tooty, and I love Harris like my own son."

Tooty lifted the hand of the father of Eli, Morgan, and Austin and their teeny bun still in the oven, and kissed it.


Interview with Verna Clay.

1. If you could work with any author who would it be?

I'm going to change the word "work" to the word "learn" in responding to this question. I would love to learn from Susan Elizabeth Phillips. Her novels are romantic, funny, endearing, sweet and spicy, and always entertaining.

2. Who is your favourite author and is your writing style similar to theirs?

I have several favourite authors. As mentioned above, I think Susan Elizabeth Phillips is one of the best. Catherine Anderson is also a fabulous writer. Some of the self-published authors I love to read are: Bev Pettersen, Sondra Allen Carr, Maggie Shayne, Marika Christian, Sarah Schofield, and Felicia Rogers. Recently, I started reading a Vampire Series by J.R. Rain that is fabulously entertaining.

As far as having a similar writing style to any of my favourite authors, I do not believe so.

3. What's your favourite part of a book?

Romantic tension is my absolute favourite part of a book. I especially enjoy the first meeting between the h/H. I also like when the "sparks fly" while they're getting to know each other.

4. When naming your characters, do you give any thought to the actual meaning?

Usually (more so in my fantasy stories). There are lots of elements that go into my books that readers are unaware of. Sometimes I choose names because of meanings, sometimes because they are names of family members or friends and I want to surprise them (always in a good way). At times, even numbers are significant. I incorporate a lot of stuff behind the scenes for my own enjoyment.

5. Who are your target readers?

My target readers are those who LOVE romance. Also, readers who want to escape the ho-hum for awhile and soar on the wings of impossible possibilities, like "maybe that could happen to me."

6. What are the major themes of your work?

I know it's been said many times, but my format is usually, boy meets girl (or visa versa); boy loses girl; boy gets girl again. In the midst of that, I like to throw in lots of romantic tension and several plot twists.

7. Any recent works that you admire?

I must say that the books by J.R. Rain in his "Vampire for Hire Series" have me hooked. It's not a genre I normally read, but the synopsis was so intriguing I gave it a try. I can easily see this as a television series.

As far as romance books, Bev Pettersen is a master.

8. What do you think people search for in a book?

As different as people are, I don't think I can answer that, so I will speak for myself. I want to escape to another place for awhile. I want to get into the mind and emotions of characters and find out what makes them tick. Usually, I am drawn to character-driven stories rather than plot. I also want an ending that is fulfilling and doesn't leave me up in the air.

9. How have your personal experiences affected your writing?

My life (as well as everyone's) is composed of happy times, sad times, boring times, busy times, crying times, laughing times, etc. Every emotion I have experienced affects what I write.

10. What genre of books do you like to read? Do you limit yourself to only the genre that you write yourself?

Mostly I read romance, both contemporary and historical. However, occasionally I find a book outside of that genre. I enjoy Dan Brown's books (loved The DaVinci Code). I also enjoyed a middle grade book called "Killer Cows" by D.M. Anderson.

11. Were you always good at writing?

No. I have spent untold hours learning the craft and will continue to do so. It's not something one ever completely attains to. There is always a better way to phrase a sentence or tell a story.

12. How do you get started with writing a story (as in, how do you start developing the story, how do you get inspired for it)

Many times, I am inspired by a title that pops into my head and then I build on it. Sometimes my husband and I throw out scenarios. Sometimes I wake in the middle of the night with an idea. Sometimes, the secondary characters in a book overshadow my thoughts while I'm trying to write about the primary ones.

The "Romance on the Ranch Series" (also called the "Kisses Series") started when I had an idea about a hot male model falling for a not-so-hot older woman. After that, the title "Dream Kisses" popped into my mind, and I worked on making the title fit the story. Books two and three came about when secondary characters started "telling" me their stories.

13. What advice would you give to people who "run out of creativity" when writing?

Take a break. Find something else to do. It may take a week or much longer, but after awhile, if you love writing, the juices will flow again.

14. What advice would you give to a person just starting out attempting to write their own book?

Read books by authors you enjoy and pay attention to how they write. Learn the principle that "less is more." What I mean is that unnecessary words must go. I began learning that principle after an editor "red marked" my manuscript. Here is an easy example: Suppose you have a character sit in a chair, so you write, "He sat down in the chair." Delete the word "down" because it's not needed. The same is true for stand up. Delete the word "up." These are very simplistic examples, but once you look for words to delete, you'll be surprised by how many you find. Deleting words polishes a manuscript. Also, learn punctuation. If you don't feel comfortable with your own editing, hire an editor. They can be found for a reasonable price and are worth every penny.

15. Are any of your characters based on people you know?

No. My characters are an amalgam of my observations of many people.

16. When writing the "Romance on the Ranch Series," did you plan to give all characters their happy ever after and how many books can we expect in this series?

I always write with the intention of a happily-ever-after. There may be sad happenings in the story, but the ending will be happy. As for the "Romance on the Ranch Series," after three books, I thought about continuing it, but wasn't sure if I would. Since I was working on another project, I put the series on a back burner. When I received emails from readers wanting the stories to continue, I was very happy. And, it was YOUR email that caused me put my current project on hold and write book four, "Candy Kisses!" Thank you, Alicia! I have loved writing this story.
Thank you for this interview. It's been a pleasure answering your questions.

Verna Clay has many books out so go check them out. You can contact Verna on website.

I'd like to Thank Verna for taking the time to first email with me and then take time out her busy schedule to complete a interview with me. I am a huge fan of Verna and would like to share me love for her books with you all. A huge congratulations on the release of Candy Kisses Verne. I'll be sure to leave you a review as soon as I've read it. Thank you for another book in the Romance on the Ranch series!! Alicia.

Thanks for reading.
The Lovelies xx
:) 


Thursday, 14 February 2013

 MIDNIGHT STORM SNEAK PEEK - Melody Anne

Here you go as promised,  this sneak peek is amazing and i cant wait until i can get the book tomorrow now,  Happy reading everyone


      The tension started leaving Phoenix’s shoulders as she sat in the rocking chair and tried to focus on nothing other than the warm wind blowing across the deck. It had been a long day, a seemingly even longer night, and she was enjoying the quiet. She could feel the storm rising, the wind picking up speed, starting to blow the low hanging branches toward the ground.
      She wasn’t worried – not about the storm at least. She’d watched many storms in the years since the war had started, always enjoying the fury of Mother Nature.
      Without warning, something shifted. She couldn’t really say what it was, but a subtle change had her trembling in her seat. The frenzy of the wind was no longer soothing, the rejuvenation of the warm night air, now lost. She was frozen in fear as she watched the bamboo screen attached to the porches eave fluctuate, casting shadows in the bright moonlight.
      “Hello?” she called out, trying to sound more courageous than she felt to the feeling of an unknown presence. Maybe she was just misinterpreting the storm – a natural side effect from her stressful day.
      A snapping limb caused goosebumps to appear on her flesh. What was wrong with her? She didn’t fear the night; she certainly didn’t fear Mother Nature inflicting her wrath.
      A presence.
      Something… or someone was out there. Please don’t let it be Vyco or one of his many followers...
      “What’s the matter, Phoenix? Are you afraid?” whispered an eerie voice, barely audible above the sound of the wind. Squeezing her eyes tightly closed, she could almost believe she’d imagined the voice.
      Grazing intently at the bamboo screen, she strained to see what, if anything, was behind it. Her heart thundered when the screen was suddenly ripped free and sent soaring through the air. The woven fabric floated downward, hovering about six feet above the ground for several seconds before blowing away with forced energy. Soon, the small barrier of protection was out of her vision and she felt exposed and vulnerable to the unseen eye that she knew was upon her.
      The light streaming from the moon’s reflection made visibility easy, but in a less than comforting way. In the blink of an eye, the storm clouds shifted and the wind howled –then, she was blanketed in pure blackness – pushing her arms against the chair. She struggled to rise on her paralyzed legs. She wanted to go inside – needed to be in the safety of the house.
      No matter how hard she pushed, she couldn’t move. Frantically, her movements became more urgent as dampness broke out on her brow, and chills ran down her spine.
      “It’s just your fear holding you locked down. You can, and will, rise,” she told herself, pushing for all she was worth.
      Nothing.
      She wasn’t going anywhere.
      “Troubles, Phoenix?” a voice asked – closer than before.
      With a knowing dread she realized she knew that voice. She should as it often came to her in her nightmares. Its pleasantness was only deceit – she'd learned that quickly. The demon behind that voice wanted nothing less than her soul.
      “I’m not afraid of you, Vyco. You can stop your games and come out of the dark!” Phoenix challenged.
      The slight wobble in her voice betrayed her words. She was afraid – terrified in fact. After everything she’d already been through, she was fragile, an easy target for the leader of the underworld.
      Making her situation even more catastrophic, John, Chastity and Jayden were gone. It was just her – her and a roomful of innocent children. Why couldn’t Jayden feel her fear and come back to her?
      “Our time has come, Phoenix. It’s just you and I, now – how it has always been meant to be,” Vyco said as he materialized, walking from the mist that now covered the cold ground – a light appearing out of the dark, marking his entrance.
      He was in his human form, dressed as black as the night, his eyes glowing red, shooting sparks as anticipation stared back at her through their evil depths. This could be her end. Was she ready?
      “Take my hand and you’ll be saved,” Vyco offered, abruptly only two feet away from her, his hand within reach of her own.
      Desire filled her.
      A desire to do as he asked – to take his hand and it would all be over. She looked behind him and watched as the moon reappeared, showing her the clouds siphoning down, creating a perfect funnel.
      “Save yourself, Phoenix. Aren’t you tired of this war? Don’t you want it to all just be over? Jayden is gone – he won’t return. Take my hand, child – and you’ll be free.”
      Phoenix looked into his eyes as she listened to the rumble of the tornado hitting the ground. She knew what he was saying. Taking his hand meant that she’d live. Refuse him again and the twister would consume her, along with all the children on the other side of the wall.
      The house couldn’t offer them protection.
      It was the end of the road with nowhere else to hide, nothing left to fight for. She reached out her hand…


Midnight Storm Out Tomorrow

The Lovelies x

ISLAND LOVELIES BOOK CLUB - Melody Anne Giveaway

Ok to enter the contest, first you all have to share the contest post. Once shared you need to answer the below questions and email them to islandlovelies@gmail.com.  we will draw a winner on Tuesday and there is two prizes up for grabs. Good Luck Everyone!!

 1.       Melody Anne has a new book being released on Friday 15th February. What is the title of the book?

2.       What date is Rose day?

3.       In Tycoons Secret, What is Sierra’s fathers name?

4.       What day is Perfume day?

5.       In the Billionaire Bachelors series, what is Trenton, Max, Bree and Austin’s mother’s name?

6.       In Melody’s Rise of the Dark Angel series, What is the name of the dark angel?

7.       In the Tycoons Proposal, what is Nicole’s sister’s name?

8.       What date is Kiss day?

9.       Melody has a new series coming out in April. What is the title of the first book?

10.    In Rise of the Dark Angel series, Phoenix has a best friend. What is her name?

11.    Bree and Chad have a child in the Billionaire Bachelors series. What is the name of their child?

12.    What date is Confession day?

13.    How did St. Valentine die?

14.   What is the name of Alex and Jessica’s children in the Billionaire Bachelors series?

15.    Juno was known to the Romans as the Goddess of what?
 
16.    What Author would Melody Anne like to write with?

17.   Which scene in Midnight Storm is based on a personal experience for melody Anne?

18.  Who can Melody see playing Lucas Anderson if the Billionaire Bachelors series was ever made into a movie?

19.   Who can melody see playing Amy Harper?

20.  What does Melody Anne have a Bachelors Degree in?

      You can find all these answers by searching google, Melody Anne’s interview posted on our Island Lovelies Book Club page and by reading Melody’s Book

Cant wait to get all your answers

The Lovelies x