Annie Nicholas writes paranormal and science fiction romance. Read about her hot vampire thrillers, werewolf romantic stories, alpha shifter and sexy alien romance.

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Hero's Journey

I've been very scattered this summer. I usually follow my writing schedule like it was written by God. I'm good at setting attaina...

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

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Daedalus Romance Trading Card




This my favorite cover model. *happy sigh*

I'm gearing up for the RT Convention in Chicago. If you're in the area come say 'hi.' This is one of the goodies I'm giving out. I'll post the others this week.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Hailey Edwards' Evermine is Live!



He can be a slave to his past…or allow her love to free him.
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There’s such a thing as too much change. Emma’s sister is mated. Revolution is brewing in her home realm. The last straw: her would-be mate is back from the dead and back under her skin—yet when it comes to the last five years, he’s not talking.
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Desperate for a chance to start her own life, she answers the queen’s call to ensure equality for all of Askara’s newly freed slaves. It’s the perfect opportunity to escape a heartbreak in the making named Harper.
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Harper loses a piece of his fractured soul when Emma walks away. His lies were meant to protect her from torturous years that drove him to the point of madness. Instead, when he comes to her a year later to help avert a crisis in a freed-slave community, the wedge those lies drove between them is firmly in place.
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As their new lives collide with old wounds, they race to stop a threat that could not only destroy the queen, but send Harper back to the hell he escaped. Emma must decide if the man she still loves deserves equal rights to her heart.
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Warning: This title contains torn pants, ripped gowns, and sand in uncomfortable places. It also includes one overcompensating villain, one gnarly priest, and two battered hearts willing to give this thing called love one last chance.


Excerpt

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

They Got Me

Publisher Weekly reviewed Omegas in Love and I survived.

"The backdrop of shifter politics provides an intriguing twist to this otherwise conventional story, and readers will long for a more in-depth exploration of the various clashing cultures."

For full review: http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-61650-360-4

I can breathe again. I've been waiting for this review for months.