Your Tuesday Reading List – 8/14/18

Your Tuesday Reading List – 8/14/18

Time of the Firebird
Carai Michaels

Time of the Firebird (Time Series Book 1) by [Michaels, Carai]Time-traveling anthropologist Fiona Dale is studying a 7th century Pict village when Vikings attack. Fiona tries to hide, but she catches the attention of the raid’s commander, Jarl Vakr. He takes her captive, but instead of enslaving her, he sets her up as an honored guest in his home. Questioning his motives and what he wants from her, Fiona dodges Vakr’s questions about her past while fighting her attraction to him. She must convince him to take her back to Scotland on his next raid so she can get to her time machine and return to the 28th century, but she’s finding a full-blooded Viking warrior hard to resist…
Fascinated by the lovely redhead who tries to run him through with a sword, Vakr takes her captive and sets out on a mission to seduce her into marriage. Meanwhile, Jarl Gulbrand, Vakr’s most formidable enemy, attacks one of the outlying villages on his lands, undermines Vakr’s relationship with the king and threatens to destroy everything Vakr loves – including Fiona. He’ll protect Fiona with his life, and the only thing that may stand in the way of his marriage may be the stubborn woman herself.


Storm Crazy
Livia Quinn

Storm Crazy: A paranormal romance saga (Destiny Paramortals Book 1) by [Quinn, Livia]The Destiny Paramortals is the continued story of Jack Lang and Tempest Pomeroy and the rest of Destiny on their Paramortal journey. The books are not standalones. 

Destiny– is it Mayberry or Middle Earth? Welcome to Destiny, home to the Paramortals since…well, forever…where human neighbors and their new sheriff live alongside shifters, dragons, vampires and a family of djinn. Just don’t tell the humans. The Destiny Paramortals series is like a mini vacation away from the real world…

I'm Sheriff Jack Lang. After an exciting career as a Navy pilot, Destiny seemed like the perfect place to settle down – safe, sane and secure. But that ship sailed when I met Tempest Pomeroy my sexy redheaded mail lady and trouble magnet. Tempe never fails to test the limits of my patience or the law. Every time I think it's the last straw, up pops another haystack.

My name is Tempest Pomeroy, and my human job is delivering the mail. I’m also a Paramortal like my family, or I’m supposed to be. If I didn’t have a few little talents, I’d think I was adopted. To say I was having a bad day would be like saying Katrina dropped a little rain on New Orleans. My brother's genie bottle is missing, my mother’s AWOL, and the sheriff and my ex-lover are squaring off like yard dogs staking a claim over a poodle. I am no one’s poodle. I've denied my heritage for most of my life but all this chaos is a sign of my quickening Tempestaerie power.
Oh, and the sheriff? He thinks he's settled in a normal, quaint small town—like Mayberry?! Ha. We’ll see how that turns out. Things better settle down soon, ‘cause I’m about to go Storm Crazy.


Dragon Pact: Blood Dragon #1
Mac Flynn

Dragon Pact: Blood Dragon #1 (Vampire Dragon Shifter Romance) by [Flynn, Mac]Sarah Rennelle is a teacher who longs for nothing more than summer to return and her crazy roommate to find some sanity. Unfortunately, one wrong step into an alley and she becomes an eye-witness to a terrible crime. The episode leads her to a chance meeting with a handsome man who has his own terrible secret. Even with his mysterious demeanor she finds herself drawn to him, and more than for his good looks.

Adam Grayson is a creature like no other. He's neither vampire nor dragon, but a strange combination of the two. He wants only to survive in his dark world, but a young woman interferes with his single-minded focus. She brings with her a fresh face among old acquaintances, and with her comes a stirring hunger which he has forbidden himself to satisfy. He knows he must keep her out of his world, but a part of him wants her to stay by his side. His two halves fight over his decision, and her, as a deadly danger draws nearer to both of them.


Emma Edwards

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