Monday, November 11, 2013

SARA News - Shadows are Deep, Worlds are changing, Gem, shifters, and no mistletoes...we have have it all

Welcome to another edition of SARA News.

It's time to get SASSY....

Kyoko Church is proud to announce the conclusion of her Draper Estates Trilogy, Shadows Deep is out now! Find it on Amazon here.

A message from Kyoko:
All the smutty goodness (or badness?) of the first two but this time with a huge portion of romance thrown in the mix. 
If anyone is interested in doing a review on Amazon please get in touch with Kyko (kyokochurch @ and I can send you a free review copy. 
It may sound strange but it's really my first time writing a more traditional romance! You'll be gentle with me, won't you? ;)

Maggie Mundy has had her time travel paranormal romance contracted to Rogue Phoenix Press. World Change, the first in the series, will be out  in 2014. And check out this great cover to boot!

Clare is transported through a magical gateway. She leaves present day Florence to find herself in an alternate world that resembles fourteenth century Italy. Her only way back is through a portal half a world away. To add to her problems the local High Priestess is dying and wants her energy to survive. The only person she can trust is Trevi. He is a vampire and the only one of his kind in this world. She knows more about what he is than he does. Trevi can take her through the portal but he is guarding a secret, a secret that will change her life forever.

Khloe Wren continues her great run.

Cinderella's Guardian (book 2 of the Fire and Snow series) comes out in January 2014, and Sapphire Angel (book 1 of the Gemstone Vampires Trilogy) comes out in April 2014. 

Anne Oliver has a release out this month on the Aussie shelves - Mistletoe Not Required. I should know, it was in my shopping cart earlier today.  Though I have to say, love the US cover (right).

Wow, bumper of a news day.

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