Saturday, October 13, 2012

Guest post and new treat!

Karen Michelle Nutt loves Halloween as much as I do! She's also having a monthlong celebration at her blog, too.

Today I'm at Karen's blog, sharing some spooky superstitions about Halloween and death. And oh yeah, a little about Death, too! The female immortal is quite a character. :)

And, as promised, I'm also handing out treats today! You can download The Magic of Lavender from Smashwords for free using the code GJ53D

Hurry! Like all things paranormal, it won't last long. :)

Here's the blurb:
Jocelyn Gibson forgot about the realm of magic. But it never forgot her. Gram always told her: don’t ignore your magical gifts, it will insult the family. But Joss didn’t realize her gifts included channeling the energy of powerful ley lines. Or that her family included a goddess. Family connections come in handy when the Lord of the Underworld kidnaps local vet Eric Hendricks. He’s an amazing lover, but Joss didn’t know she loved him until too late. With a little help from the Goddess Iris, Joss defends the new life she’s forged, and helps save the town of Boiling Springs from destruction. Once Eric escapes Hell, can she stop loving him to keep him safe?

The Magic of Lavender is the first book in The Goddess Connection series, which  says: Every woman should embrace her inner goddess. What’s your connection? 

Another treat!

Last year, I teamed with three incredible authors to put together an anthology of paranormal romance shorts. Love Bites is available for free every day! You can download yours from Smashwords and all affiliated sites.

These stories are included:
Dragon Race by Barbara Elsborg
In this race between lovers, who wins and who loses?

Jacquelyn in the Box by D.L. Jackson
What would you give up for love?

Laying Claim by Cate Masters
A curse for one means salvation for both, Celia finds.

Run by Arlene Webb
A run for charity turns deadly, and two strangers learn they have a lot more to give than blood.


DMS said...

Thanks for the treats! I will pop over to Smashwords. I look forward to checking out your guest post, too!

Cate Masters said...

Thanks Steph! :)