Saturday, June 15, 2013

Book Blast

(Mis)fortune by Melissa Haag
Series: Judgement of the Six #2
Genre: NA Paranormal Romance
Publication date: April 30th 2013

Synopsis:
Our world is being judged and even they remain unaware.

Michelle, another young woman with an unexplainable gift, finds herself surrounded by the previously undiscovered werewolf society.  Kept prisoner for the predictions that torment her, she meekly follows orders waiting for her opportunity to run. When her stepfather dies, she takes a chance and escapes.

After witnessing Blake, her captor, grow canines, she knows he will do anything to find her.  She needs a place to hide and someone to listen to her predictions so her head doesn’t explode, but knows there’s nowhere she can hide forever, and no one who can protect her… unless she can find someone just like him.

Part of the fur wearing faction wants to use her, another part strives to keep her safe.  The second book of the Judgement of the Six series will raise more questions about the purpose of these gifted few and Michelle will need to fight for answers.  Will what she discovers be enough to help her keep those she loves safe from an emerging evil?


AUTHOR BIO
Melissa Haag currently resides in Wisconsin with her husband and three children. Touch is her first 
published novel. She is currently working on book three of a separate five book series. To learn more about her upcoming projects, visit her at:
http://melissahaag.com

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Picture this…

You are curled in your favorite chair enjoying a quiet read.  The book pulls you in.  You forget where and who you are.  You never want the story to end…

I have no idea why other authors write, but I write because that’s what I want to bring to my readers: hours of entertainment that completely captures the imagination, a world worth diving into.  Throw in a man (or men) to drool over and what could be better?

Clay, the hero in Hope(less) is the strong, silent type.  When I say silent, I mean SILENT.  I had so much fun imagining and then writing about him.  He was written to be loved, flaws and all.  Emmitt, the hero in (Mis)fortune is the solid rock Michelle needs to feel safe again.  His ginger handling of his relationship with Michelle helped get me through folding many loads of laundry.

But how do I know I’ve done my job?  Often, I don’t.  Every now and again a reader is brave enough to put their applauding (or booing) in a review.  The information is invaluable not just to me to help me hone my skills, but to other prospective readers.

I encourage you to post a review of the next book you read (applaud or boo as you see fit) and help other readers by giving them an idea of what to expect from the book they are considering.  There are worlds, and the drool-worthy men who live in them, waiting to be explored by our imaginations.

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