Waiting on Wednesday

October 26, 2011 § 22 Comments

“Waiting On” Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted at Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.

Waiting on Wednesday has become one of my two favorite memes because it gives me the opportunity to find out about so many books I hadn’t heard anything about. I can’t tell you how many books I’ve added to my “to read” list, bought, borrowed, or won because I first learned about them through Waiting on Wednesday! I hope I’m able to do the same for someone else.

My Waiting on Wednesday picks for this week are:


Heaven can go to hell.

Until her cousin slaughtered the supernal family, Anazakia’s father ruled the Heavens, governing noble Host and Fallen peasants alike. Now Anazakia is the last grand duchess of the House of Arkhangel’sk, and all she wants is to stay alive.
Hunted by Seraph assassins, Anazakia flees Heaven with two Fallen thieves—fire demon Vasily and air demon Belphagor, each with their own nefarious agenda—who hide her in the world of Man. The line between vice and virtue soon blurs, and when Belphagor is imprisoned, the unexpected passion of Vasily warms her through the Russian winter.
Heaven seems a distant dream, but when Anazakia learns the truth behind the celestial coup, she will have to return to fight for the throne—even if it means saving the man who murdered everyone she loved

The Fallen Queen by Jane Kindred is yet another fascinating book being published by Entangled Publishing. There are so many of their books on my wishlist, I might as well just add their entire catalog! This sounds like a bit of epic fantasy meets paranormal romance with the added bonus of angels, demons, and a crazy intense plot. I can’t wait to read it!

The Fallen Queen is to be released on December 6, 2011 by Entangled Publishing



Ana is new. For thousands of years in Range, a million souls have been reincarnated over and over, keeping their memories and experiences from previous lifetimes. When Ana was born, another soul vanished, and no one knows why.


Even Ana’s own mother thinks she’s a nosoul, an omen of worse things to come, and has kept her away from society. To escape her seclusion and learn whether she’ll be reincarnated, Ana travels to the city of Heart, but its citizens are suspicious and afraid of what her presence means. When dragons and sylph attack the city, is Ana to blame?


Sam believes Ana’s new soul is good and worthwhile. When he stands up for her, their relationship blooms. But can he love someone who may live only once, and will Ana’s enemies—human and creature alike—let them be together? Ana needs to uncover the mistake that gave her someone else’s life, but will her quest threaten the peace of Heart and destroy the promise of reincarnation for all?
Jodi Meadows expertly weaves soul-deep romance, fantasy, and danger into an extraordinary tale of new life.

Incarnate by Jodi Meadows sounds just absolutely incredible. It sounds like its an exciting combination of sci-fi and fantasy. Dragons and sylphs and souls and reincarnation….yeah, count me in! I am dying to read this one!! Oh, and I haven’t even mentioned this fantabulous cover! From her eyes, to the wings, to the lips, this cover is just all around win for me.

Incarnate is to be released January 31, 2012 by Harper Collins.


Author Interview–Rayka Mennen author of Enchanted Destiny

October 26, 2011 § 5 Comments


I am so thrilled to have the opportunity to interview Rayka Mennen, author of the charming and romantic novel Enchanted Destiny. From the fun and flirty cover to the enchanting characters, readers are destined to fall in love with this bewitching romantic read!

Enter to win a copy of Enchanted Destiny here or you can buy a copy at either Amazon or Barnes and Noble

About the Book

imageKat never believed she’d fall victim to her family’s stories about destined soul mates—she
makes her own fate, thank you very much. When she walks by a construction site and admires
the same sexy architect for the zillionth >me in a week, the last thing she expects is to be
slammed by a vision of his death.
Which activates the spell that will change their lives forever.
Jake is a single dad with a singular focus—create a stable life for him and his son. His ex‐wife
cured him of any desire to fall in love, but when an intriguing woman saves him from what
should’ve been a deadly accident, he can’t shake his fascination. Too bad she’s crazy, claiming
she’s a witch and that they’re soul mates—not exactly the “stable life” he had in mind.
Kat’s destiny comes with a deadline. If they don’t fall in love by her twenty‐fifth birthday—a
mere three

Can you briefly describe your book, Enchanted Destiny image

Rayka: Enchanted Destiny is about a witch who had about given up on her family tradition when she is confronted with a vision about her destined soul mate. After saving his life, she’s bound to him. They must accept their destiny before her 25th birthday, just weeks away or she’ll lose her magic forever. Single-dad and handsome guy-next-door, Jake, is in a quandary. There’s no such thing as witches. Is there? Enchanted Destiny follows Kat and Jake to their HEA. It’s a light, fun, paranormal romance.

When did you realize that you wanted to be a writer?

Rayka: I think I was always writing something. Stories, poems, even dialogues for my dolls. But I began writing romance as a serious career pursuit about 10 years ago. And what an amazing journey it’s been.

What inspired you to write Enchanted Destiny?

Rayka: I wanted to try a paranormal romance and thought I’d better start with something light. I’m not sure how I landed on the destined soulmate idea but considering I come from a culture where there’s superstition around a spoon falling to the ground and destiny around every corner, I suppose that was a natural place for me to go.

What about you, do you believe in destiny and soulmates?

Rayka: I do. I think there’s a lot that happens in our lives that’s meant to be. But I also think we have some control over the way that path is revealed or the journey down that track. Soulmates? I think we all have a certain someone out there who is the perfect fit. It might take kissing a lot of frogs before we find them though.

Are there any scenes in Enchanted Destiny that were particularly difficult to write, or especially fun to write?

Rayka: Some of Jake’s scenes, when he’s in total shock about the whole witch deal. I had to find a balance between making him disbelieving enough to sound real but not like a jerk. The scenes with Kat’s family were fun – I love the idea of a large, interfering family who can drive you nuts but who are solidly in your corner when you need them.

Do you identify with Kat or share any of her characteristics?

Rayka: Let’s see. She’s tall, beautiful, gorgeous hair and she has magic. Are you kidding? All of it! <grin>

What feeling do you hope the reader walks away with after reading Enchanted Destiny?

Rayka: There’s not a feeling in the world better for a writer than to know that her reader gets to The End with a sigh of satisfaction for tale well told. That’s what I want for my readers – a feeling of real satisfaction when they finish the book.

Are you currently working on anything? What can we expect to see from you in the future?

Rayka: I’m revising the sequel to this book. It’s called Enchanted Desire and is slated for a Spring 2012 release. It’s a little sexier—about a witch , Gina, who never discovered her magical powers. You meet both Gina and Eric in the current book.

Just for fun!   If Kat were to write her Christmas list, what would be on it?

Rayka: A bigger house.

Long lazy weekends with Jake.

A baby girl to round off their family of three.

That was fun. Thanks so much for hosting me on your blog. I love chatting with folks so I’ll stop back by during the day or I’ll always answer email at raykamennen@gmail.com. My web home is at www.RaykaMennen.com.

Thank you Rayka! I loved having you at The Happy Booker and hope you’ll agree to come back again with the release of Enchanted Desire which I can’t wait to read! I’d love to hear more about Gina and Eric!

Remember, you can get a copy of Enchanted Destiny from either Amazon or Barnes and Noble. You can also enter to win an eBook copy here.

Rayka will be checking back to answer any questions or respond to any comments you may have so comment away!

Teaser Tuesday–Raw Blue by Kirsty Eagar

October 25, 2011 § 15 Comments

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along; you don’t have to be a blogger! Just do the following:

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

I was so excited when I won a signed copy of this incredible, emotionally powerful book from Linds at Bibliophile Brouhaha that I literally did a little happy dance when I got the package in the mail. My husband thought I had finally lost my mind! Smile If you’re not familiar with Carly’s story in Raw Blue, here is the summary from Goodreads:

Carly has dropped out of uni to spend her days surfing and her nights working as a cook in a Manly café. Surfing is the one thing she loves doing … and the only thing that helps her stop thinking about what happened two years ago at schoolies week.

And then Carly meets Ryan, a local at the break, fresh out of jail. When Ryan learns the truth, Carly has to decide. Will she let the past bury her? Or can she let go of her anger and shame, and find the courage to be happy?
Australian author, set in Sydney



For some reason I think of a Sunday afternoon when I stayed out in the surf after sunset, the headland becoming a dark silhouette against a purple sky, the water turning grey. The floodlights at the tidal baths looked like showers spilling gold onto the sand and I was humbled with wonder at so much beauty. But it was all a trick. Because now I’m going to be cast out, exiled. pg. 75









Remember to leave the link for your teaser in a comment below so I  can come check out your teaser!



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Author Interview–Inara Scott author of Radiant Desire

October 24, 2011 § 5 Comments


Today, I’d like to welcome to The Happy Booker, Inara Scott, author of the wonderful Delacroix series for Young Adults, and most recently the author of the amazing romantic fantasy Radiant Desire. You can see my review here.

Enter to win an eBook of Radiant Desire here. You can also buy a copy Radiant Desire at Amazon or Barnes and Noble.


                           About the Author

Inara Scott grew up in the winter wonderland of Buffalo, NY. Consequently, she spent much of
her childhood complaining about being cold. To spare the world her whining, she fled the cold
climate and eventually wound up in the Pacific NW. She loves it there — they get occasional
snow, tons of rain in the winter, and lots of sun in the summer. The forests are huge, and the old
Douglas Fir trees and thick ferns make you think you’ve wandered into a fairy tale. She would be
surprised if there weren’t fairies and elves living there. Seriously.
She loves to hike, canoe, and play outside. She is addicted to yoga. She has a deep affinity for
water (she used to believe she could learn to breathe underwater, if she stayed down there long
Inara is a geek through and through. She fears deep, intellectual books and loves romance and
fantasies. She listens to cheesy, happy music. When she was in high school, her friends
considered having a clothing intervention for her because she insisted on making her own
clothes and shopping at thrift stores. Somehow, she survived.

Me: Hi Inara! Can you describe Radiant Desire in just a few words?image

Inara: Naughty faeries, mosquito bites, true love, happily ever after.

How did you first become interested in fey legend and mythology?

I love reading about fairies and the Fey, but the real inspiration for this particular story came from my daughter’s Barbie faeries! I just kept looking at that plastic creature and wondering what she might feel like if she had to experience life as a regular, flawed woman.

What inspired you to blend fey legend with adult fantasy?

I have been a romance reader and writer from my early teens. I think at this point, I view everything as a possible romance novel! 

What, if any, personality traits or beliefs do you share with Kaia?

I have a really deep-seated optimism and belief that people are beautiful creatures, capable of amazing love and sacrifice. I think Kaia feels that way (at least, she does by the end of the book!).

What was one of the most surprising things you learned while writing Radiant Desire?

I’m always startled by the way my characters develop as I write a novel. Someone asked me once how long it takes me to get to know my characters, and the truth is, it takes an entire book. So I learned more about Garrett and Kaia the further I got. I understood Kaia fairly well throughout, but Garrett took me a little longer to understand. 

Were there any particular songs that you listened to while writing this book?

I actually can’t write to music. If I have music playing I get terribly unfocused and sit around singing instead of writing!

You also have a young adult series, “Delcroix Academy”, How did writing Radiant Desire differ from writing Delcroix Academy? Was one more challenging that the other?

The challenge in writing YA is that the field is totally open — you don’t necessarily have a happy ending, you can leave things unsettled for a sequel, and you can tackle some really big themes as part of the character arcs. Romances are a little more settled, in the sense that I know going in I’ve got a hero and heroine who are going to fall in love and get their happily ever after. That means the challenge of writing romance is keeping the basic story fresh and meaningful.

Can you tell us one of your writing quirks? Something unusual that you do as part of your writing ritual.

I really wish I was quirky! I’m afraid I just sit down and write. But I will confess that I’m a terrible nail biter. When I’m deeply engaged in writing, I tend to chow down on my fingers! It’s terrible, and I always thought I’d grow out of the habit. At this point, I’ve given up. 😉

Radiant Desire is the first in a series. Could you share a little bit about the sequel, without giving too much away?

I might call these books companion books, rather than sequels, because Kaia and Garrett won’t feature much in future books, except perhaps in cameo appearances. The book I’m working on now is Mina’s story. The only thing I can tell you is that writers live to exploit their characters’ deepest fears and weaknesses. So Mina’s in for a rough ride!

Last question, if you were to take Kaia on a shopping spree, what stores would she want to visit and what would she buy?

Oh my! How fun would that be!? I don’t think Kaia would know of any stores in particular, but I’d love to take her to a big department story, like Macy’s, and head for the designer racks. As a Handmaid, she was used to beautiful fabrics and expensive clothes, and her days wearing secondhand bargain bin clothes were painful! I just know she’d love a gorgeous, silky evening dress, and perhaps some naughty silk lingerie.

Thanks so much for taking the time to do the interview Inara! I LOVED Radiant Desire and can’t wait to read the next in this series. The Handmaids were fascinating so I’m eager to see what happens with Mina!

If you’d like to find out more about Inara Scott and Radiant Desire, you can connect with her at any of these websites.

Twitter: @inarascott
Facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/inarawrites
Inara’s Website: www.inarascott.com

Blog: http://www.inarascott.com/blog/
Email: inara.scott@gmail.com


About the Book

The object of every man’s fantasy just lost her wings…

Kaia Verde is one of the four Faerie Handmaids of Zafira, Queen of the Fey. To redress an
ancient wrong done to Zafira by a human king, the Handmaids make sport of mortal men,
seducing and humiliating them. When Kaia sets out to seduce Garrett Jameson, but ends up
being the one surrendering to pleasure, Zafira is furious. Kaia’s punishment is simple: make
Garrett fall in love with her by the summer solstice, then break his heart, or face eternity without
her wings — or her soul. To make the task harder, Zafira tells Kaia she cannot use her faerie
magic or charm to lure Garrett into her bed.

…and now she’s losing her heart…

Kaia thinks her task will be relatively easy—as a faerie, she understands lust, and can love be
much different? But once she is living among the humans, Kaia discovers the race she once
disparaged is far more complex and beautiful than she imagined. She learns before she can
break Garrett’s heart, she must find a way to heal it. And eventually, discovers that losing her
wings may be a far easier price to pay than losing her heart

Enter to win an eBook of Radiant Desire here. You can also buy a copy Radiant Desire at Amazon or Barnes and Noble.

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop

October 24, 2011 § 101 Comments


Welcome to my stop on the Spooktacular Giveaway Hop hosted by Kathy at I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and Rhiannon from The Diary of a Bookworm ! I have a couple prize packs that I’ll be giving away to celebrate Halloween, though not all of the books are Halloween related!

Prize Pack 1

The Spooktacular NOOKtacular! INTL
This prize pack features 4 incredible eBooks from 4 amazing authors plus a $20 Barnes and Noble Gift card! The eBooks can be in the eBook format of your choice.

1. $20 Barnes and Noble Gift Card
5. Founder by LM Long (eBook)

Prize Pack 2: US Only

Double, Double, Toil and Trouble – Young Adult

I seem to have acquired double of several books, so what better to do than give them away as Halloween Treats!! There will be 3 books in the YA Double Double Toil and Trouble Prize Pack and 3 in the Adult Pack.

1. Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake (Hardcover)
2. Unearthly by Cynthia Hand (Hardcover)
3. Glow – by Amy Kathleen Ryan (audiobook)

Double, Double, Toil and Trouble – Adult – US ONLY

Prize Pack 3

1. Dracula in Love by Karen Essex (Softcover)
2. Damned by Chuck Palahniuk (ARC)
3. Death in the City of Light by David King (ARC)

To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter. eBooks are INT, others are US only. Following my blog is not required but it is appreciated, as are comments!! Last day to enter is Oct. 31. Winners will be selected by Rafflecopter on Nov 1. Winner 1 will get their choice of Prize pack, Winner 2 will select from the remaining 2 prize packs, Winner 3 will get the remaining Prize Pack. Thanks so much for stopping by, Happy Halloween and Good Luck!!

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Review: Radiant Desire by Inara Scott

October 24, 2011 § 2 Comments

Title: Radiant Desire (Handmaidʼs Seduction, #1)
Author: Inara Scott
Genre: Contemporary Fantasy Romance
Length: Novel
Release Date: October 2011
ePub ISBN: 978-1-937044-31-2
Print ISBN: 978-1-937044-30-5
Suggested Retail Price: $15.99
Publicist: Lewis Pollak








My thoughts:

Radiant Desire effortlessly melds the world of fantasy with reality in this enchanting romantic read! From the first time I saw this beautiful cover, I knew I wanted to read Radiant Desire. This book combines elements of faery magic, lust, romance, and friendship creating a story that is absolutely delightful.

Kaia, a handmaiden to the queen of Faeria, makes a terrible error when she allows herself to lose control with the man that the queen sent her to seduce. The furious Queen Zafira’s punishes her by demanding that she return and make that same man, business tycoon Garrett Jameson, fall hopelessly in love with her and then break his heart. This sounds fairly simple until Zafira adds the stipulation that she must accomplish this without using any faerie magic, and failure will mean the loss of her wings forever. Kaia, accustomed to using her faerie magic for everything from seducing men to paying her bills finds herself struggling in the human world where she now has to do such mundane things as get a job and shave under her arms. She has to figure out a way back to Garrett Jameson while at the same time make herself at home in this all too human existence. The question is, once she gets back to Garrett, will she ever want to leave? 

I truly enjoyed this story. The lovely writing brings to life both the fantastic world of the faeries as vividly as it does every day Miami. The struggles Kaia faced in the human world without her faerie magic were very realistic and I found myself empathizing with her throughout. Kaia was a faerie heroine whose personality sparkled even when put in situations far outside of her element which made it so easy to care about her. The romance between Kaia and Garrett was satisfyingly steamy and yet still sincere. All in all, this was an extremely entertaining read and one that I would highly recommend to those who enjoy adult romance with an element of fantasy or who, like me, love all things faerie!

You can find Radiant Desire in both paperback or ebook format at Amazon and Barnes and Noble

Rating – 4


Guest Post and Giveaway: A.J. Scudiere, author of God’s Eye

October 23, 2011 § 2 Comments

I am so thrilled to have bestselling author, A.J. Scudiere, on The Happy Booker today to talk about writing POV. A.J.’s newest book God’s Eye has recently been released and the good news is, the ebook format of God’s Eye will be available for just $2.99 from Amazon and Barnes and Noble beginning on 10/24 and lasting until 10/31!! Unbelievable price for such an incredible book! With such a wickedly scary cover, I couldn’t help but be curious about what’s inside!! God’s Eye is a thrilling novel that includes elements of horror, romance, and the paranormal. I’m so excited that A.J. Scudiere has offered one lucky Happy Booker reader a chance to win a signed copy!

The Thrill of Point of View.

Let me start with a resounding ‘Yes! Point of view can be thrilling.’ No, wait . . . it’s always thrilling.

Though I would never attribute the overall quality of a thriller to any one particular writing skill, I find that POV is often overlooked as the essential element that it is. We all know must have interesting characters, a suspenseful plot and a writing style that is hopefully great, but at the very least good! POV is something that must exist – it’s truly impossible to tell any story without it – and yet it is so often forgotten about. Maybe that’s because it’s so essential . . .

Still, POV is often what makes a thriller . . . well, thrilling. Imagine the book told from the serial killer’s point of view. From the first moment, you know who he is. Likely why he does what he does. Who he’s stalking . . . etc. Now imagine your lead detective knows all this, too. And so do the next three victims. Thrill: gone.

It’s what you don’t know that keeps you on the edge of your seat. It’s the fact that you are stuck there with the detective . . . with a profile, a handful of suspects and kill-pattern knowledge. You know someone is going to die – but you don’t know quite who, and you don’t know how to stop it. You only know that you have to. Yes, it’s two AM and you are still reading. And that’s because of the point of view.

The author always has to make decisions about characters and their POV. I’d wager a lot of it isn’t done consciously. The writer may just have a feel for what makes a suspenseful read, just like some people feel the beat of music and others have to count it out. Other times, POV decisions are made very conscientiously. What’s revealed and when to reveal it is exactly why you are still up at two in the morning when you have to go to work the next day. And if the POV is played right, it’s worth every minute!

In addition to deciding if the reader knows what the police officer knows, or what the victim or killer knows, the author has to decide how much to reveal of what each character knows. So, in addition to singular or changing POVs, there’s an omniscient POV (where you can see inside all the characters’ heads) and there’s also partial POV. At least, that’s what I’m deeming it here, because I haven’t heard it talked about before.

Partial POV is this: though the author has put you in the head of one of the characters, you still don’t know everything that character knows. I worked hard at this in my latest book, God’s Eye. Though the demon and the angel both clearly know which they are, the POV doesn’t ever reveal it. So, while you are in Allistair’s head, you see what he sees, and you may examine things along with him, but he isn’t thinking about what species he is. And though he thinks about what his goal is for Katharine – the pawn in this otherworldly tug-of-war – Allistair doesn’t think in terms that reveal what he is, just what he wants.

The other benefit of POV is that the reader can know more than the characters know. The reader gets the benefit of sitting in his chair and seeing what’s coming, even when the character doesn’t. With a single POV throughout the whole story, this is limited, but the more eyes we see through, the smarter we get, and the more exciting it is as we put the pieces together.

Because of this challenge of POV, the thriller becomes a thinking man’s book. The POV has to reveal the story in a way that gives you enough information, yet hopefully keeps you from putting all the pieces together until the end. In the best cases, you learn the answers along with the characters (or maybe just a moment before they do!) And you find, when you solve one piece of the puzzle, that you had all the clues to put it together already in your hands.

POV is the way the author hides those clues. It’s the biggest and most overlooked element of suspense writing. It’s what truly separates books from television and movies and the good writers from the great.

So the next time you are up at two in the morning, still turning pages, ask yourself this: whose eyes do you see through and what is the author hiding there?

Wow! Thanks so much A.J. for joining us here at The Happy Booker today!Want to know more about A.J. Scudiere? You can find out more at these websites:

Author homepage: http://www.ajscudiere.com/
Audio Movies: www.AJsAudioMovies.com
Newest title, God’s Eye, out October 2011: www.GodsEyeTheBook.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/AJScudiere
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ajscudiere

Goodreads Summary:

Katharine Geryon is living the life her family name has dictated, and why not? After all, it has given her a good job in the family company and a fine life with all the things she should want. But all that changes as increasingly disturbing events begin to occur: soot stains on the carpet, glimpses of strange black animals, and cryptic messages written on her bathroom mirror. Baffled and afraid, Katharine begins to doubt her own sanity.
At the same time, two charismatic men enter her life: Allistair, her new assistant at work, and Zachary, a well-heeled neighbor who just moved into her building. Katharine soon finds each of them inextricably entangled in her affairs. As her life becomes stranger and her dreams more terrifying, she realizes neither man is what he seems and that she’s caught in something far beyond her own comprehension. For the first time, she must reach beyond her own boundaries. There Katharine forges her first true friendship with Margot, a librarian who helps her discover what these men really are, why she’s drawn to them, and what they want with her.
The answer places Katharine in the middle of a fierce battle that forces her to decide between the two men fighting for her soul.
In the end, only one can be saved, but all three will be judged.

Sounds amazing right?? It sounds like an angels & demons paranormal romantic thriller with some kick!! A.J. is generously offering one lucky reader a signed copy of God’s Eye!! For those who don’t want to wait around for a giveaway, remember, the ebook format of God’s Eye will be available for just $2.99 from Amazon and Barnes and Noble beginning on 10/24 until 10/31!!  

To enter:

US only (sorry, I’ll be having another giveaway that will be Intl starting tomorrow)

Simply fill out the form. 
Following my blog is not required but appreciated. 
Extra entries for commenting on this post, tweeting the giveaway, or following the author on Facebook or Twitter.
Last day to enter will be October 31. Winner will be chosen by Random.org and announced on November 1. 
Good luck!!

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