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Teri Lynne’s last login was Thursday, May 24, 2012.
Dust and Moonlight by Keta Diablo Scores Again!
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Buy Link: http://tinyurl.com/8tfc9v
Lupa Says: You Need To Read this book!
Kira Barton swears an oath to the dead girls she will find their killer. What she doesn’t know is that in her pursuit, she will be hurled into the distant past. Balion, Prince of Locke Cress, knows the forest nymph with lavender eyes will come to him. Hasn’t he dreamed of her every night?
Keta Diablo has done a wonderful job weaving this tale of mystery, passion and adventure. With characters that are well developed, well rounded individuals the story flows well and you end up rooting for the heroes and booing the bad guys.
Of course you toss in a definitely not typical history for the heroine's parents and it makes for a great story. This book was a real pleasure to read.
Serial killers, time travel, magic, mayhem, passion, some smoking erotica and a great twist pack the pages of this book to the gills without overwhelming the reader.
I have to admit I will be finding and reading everything by Ms Diablo that I can get my hands on. A great read for a long, cold winter night.
KETA DIABLO, SIREN PUBLISHING, YOU NEED TO READ
Dreamer on GOODREADS Awards Decadent Deceptions Five Stars. Can I convince you to add it to your shelf and review it?
Rating Five Stars
Keta Diablo - Author
status: Read in February, 2009
Decadent Deceptions by Keta Diablo is a hot historical romance with a mystery rolled into it, which suits me perfectly as I love hot historical romances and mysteries. It entertained me from beginning to end.
For years, Morgan Gatewood has been in love with Olivia, his best friend's sister, and he would have made her his lover if her father hadn't found them together and ordered him to stay away from his daughter.
Even after his death, Olivia's father tries to control her. There's a codicil to his will which says that Olivia must marry within six months of his death in order to share in her full portion. The husband of her choosing must be free from scandal, financially sound, and a respected member of the gentry, or she will be dependent upon her brother’s benevolence.
Olivia needs to find a husband and thinks that Morgan has stayed away from her for far too long. She makes him take her to a brothel so she can choose her future husband based on the expertise of the men.
Morgan has not only got to keep Olivia out of trouble, but also save her from a murderer who has targeted her as his next victim.
There's plenty of chemistry between Morgan and Olivia and the erotic scenes are very well written. I hope you enjoy the book as much as I did. Happy reading!
(Is there a story for Cain and Lark in the future?).
DREAMER ( Pilar) Goodreads
Hi Terry Lynne,
Cute picture btw!
Thank you for even taking the time to read my blurbs. It's much appreciated. Land of Falling Stars has been on the best sellers list now for a while at Ravenous Romance in the "Once Upon A Time" category. Go to "Once Upon A Time" tab on the left at the web site and you will see Land of Falling Stars. The story of Sophia and Gavin during the Civil War.
Decadent Deceptions finaled in the prestigious MOLLY CONTEST this year, so that was a real honor.
Once again, thank you for looking at my books. Have a great weekend.
Hi Teri Lynne, welcome to Play Book Tag! The tag for January, which is music. Once you have read a book with the monthly tag, feel free to post a review on the thread entitled January tag: collective reads for our shelf.
For answers to other commonly asked questions, please look over the FAQ for new members which is pinned to the top of our discussions. If you have any questions about PBT please don't hesitate to ask me!
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I am Teri Lynn too!!! I see we like a lot of the same books. Tami Hoag originates from our neck of the woods, and one of my co-workers knows her. She comes to MN for book signings once in awhile.
I love Nora too - have you read Tribute yet? I really enjoyed that book.
Have you tried any Susan Krinard? Her wolf series is really good, and has a historical setting. Also for historicals I like Gayle Callen and Theresa Medieros (but not her paranormals). Oh, and Lynsay Sands historicals are really funny and enjoyable - far better than her vamp series in my opinion! Hope you find something useful in all this blabber! xx
Go to the group Readers of Romance Book Challenges (looks like you're a member) and search discussions and put in carpoolqueen or check out my blog. click on the Fall 08 Reading challenge icon and it will take you to my list. You can also check out my Read Around the Genre's challenge list and Fall Into reading challenge list. Mostly, when a challenge comes up, I clean out my tbr pile. It's a great way to help prioritize. I'm reading my 2nd Johanna Lindsey book ever right now. It's on the challenge. I didn't like the first that much, but am hoping this one is way better. Everyone raves about the Mallory's so I'm trying Love Only Once (or something like that) So far so good!