Diamina has a dilemma–she has to defeat her father, the evil Snake God. Her powers can undo his spells, but only if she’s a virgin. Disguised as a slave girl to escape her father’s minions who have orders to capture her, she ends up in the palace of Prince Lyo. When enemies attack, she saves Lyo. Together, they vow to find a way to regain his kingdom and defeat the Snake God. Not an easy task–especially with forbidden passion growing between them.
Lyo’s and Diamina’s quest takes them from the high seas to the treacherous desert. They travel on foot, by ship, on a camel named Sunshine, and by astral projection. Yet, the most dangerous peril of all is simply making love.
Take one sexy runaway, a giant cobra, a talking cat who can only predict doom–add a healthy dose of magic which is strictly forbidden by the Snake God–and mayhem will result!
“Lyo knows the legend of the Snake God’s daughter and how powerful she is rumored to be, he never thought that she would be right under his nose. Now his home is under attack and the only way he can stay safe is to trust the one woman he wants. Is she really as powerful as everyone thinks she is? And why does her cat talk? In a time of extreme turmoil can Lyo believe in magic?
Diamina works as a servant in Lyo’s household and knows that she will play an important part in his life. He has made his desires known, but Diamina can’t give in to him or herself. In order to keep her powers she must remain a virgin and Lyo is making it a very difficult job. What part will Diamina play in saving not only Lyo, but their world as well?
I liked this story and it is a wonderful adventure into the world of magic and the paranormal. Lyo is the alpha male who is used to having his commands obeyed and sees Diamina as stubborn. Diamina knows that she is there for a purpose, but is not quite sure what it is. For her sake and everyone else’s she has to maintain her strong will and not give in to Lyo. The only problem I have with this book is the fact that the actual sex scene between Lyo and Diamina does not take place until the end of the story. The focus is on the build up of sexual tension, which lasts almost the entire book. A story that will make you believe in magic and possibility, Diamina is a great read for lovers of adventure.”
Overall rating: *****
Sensuality rating: Very sensual
Reviewer: Angel Brewer
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M.U.C.I Files (Mutant and Undead Criminal Investigation)
Jack the Stripper
Welcome to The Purple Dee. Pull up a chair and get settled in, the show will start soon!
Our featured performer tonight is Jack the Stripper. He’s Jack Severn, newly back from the dead. He’s magical, he’s hot, but evil he’s not!
Our very own Jim Ling-Li, Necromancer extraordinaire brought him back to life, gave him some extra features, and as you’ll see, made him irresistible—especially to Jack’s ex-girlfriend Brianna. Jack’s sexier than ever, and they’re better together. But she doesn’t want to risk her heart, not again, and definitely not with a zombie.
Jack also has a mission. He’s back to catch the Heart Taker, the mutant that’s been terrifying human and undead alike. His current obsession’s none other than Jack’s Brianna.
So give a big hand for Jack…he’s going to need all the support he can get to catch his own murderer.
Murder and Mayhem
Meet May, the vampire killer. She takes life seriously having been killed by a mob of rogue vamps. Her father, a powerful necromancer, brought her back to life. She’s MUCI’s best man, er, woman, well, zombie actually, for catching rogues, so when corpses show up with signs of having been killed by a rogue, May gets the case.
Clues lead straight to Bartholomew Aelfrith, a vampire, whose sense of humor and blond good looks are enough to convince May he needs killing…even if he’s not the killer. If he makes one more joke about her chop-sticks, she’s going to stab him in the heart with one. The problem is, Bartholomew is the only person who can catch the killer, so May has to put up with his wise-cracks and his penchant for picking up strays.
But if he says, “I’ve got a plan” one more time, she’s going to scream.
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Luke meets a ghost from his past and falls in love with her. Jesse just wants to live again…to share the passion she’s found with Luke. But evil stalks the star-crossed lovers. A past murder is uncovered, and Luke has to face his worst nightmare in order to save the woman he’s come to love.
“Luke Braquesmar avoids any relationship with women after a past traumatic experience. But when he meets Jesse Dubois, he feels an uncontrollable attraction towards her. The problem is that she was murdered 25 years ago and is now a ghost. She comes back, choosing him to help her finally right the past. However, someone does not want them to succeed, and this person would do anything to stop them, even commit another murder. Luke has to figure out who this person is and how to keep Jesse with him because she is the only one for him.
“Le Mystere” is an entertaining read. The concept of sex (a lot of it) as a way of keeping a ghost corporeal is pretty creative.”
~Review by Cece for Bitten by Books
MY FAIR PIXIE
Coming soon from Loose Id!
What does a five hundred year old, cultured male vampire want? Sebastian Montgomery Chateaufix stares at the mirror and wonders. His reflection eludes him as usual but that doesn’t matter. What matters is that in five hundred years he hasn’t found what eludes him—a soul mate.But that is about to change.He finds himself on The Mating Game after unknowingly sucking up Viagra with his meal. And as Sebastian is about to discover, Viagra + red wine + a Vampire = completely stoned. But that doesn’t matter. He’s met the pixie of his dreams! Pixies, as everyone knows, are the trailer trash of the supernatural world. Vampires are the aristocrats. So when Jessica finds herself in front of her chosen one—a vampire who obviously lost some stupid bet—she has only one choice, to deck him. And she does. It’s love at first bite. But in order to live happily ever after, Sebastian has to pass Jessica off as an aristocrat to Queen Mabb and the fairy court at summer solstice. Jessica’s education is about to begin.That is, if she can get the bubblegum out of her bleached blonde beehive hairdo.
“Silly, but enjoyable since the author can actually write! The storyline is pretty far-fetched, but then this is a story about a Vampire falling for a Pixie. And who knew, Pixies are the trailer trash of the folk-lore world, wow. Hidden in the silliness the author touched on some pretty intense feminist issues (beauty; assumptions on looks vs brains; who you are based on where you come from) but couched in terms that don’t make these ideas a battle cry. I would recommend this author and even this book if you’re looking for a short, laugh-out-loud, silly interlude to while away your time.” Amazon review
Mrs Giggles review:
“…I have to hand it to author Samantha Winston – My Fair Pixie is splendorous laugh-a-minute affair that is so naughty all over the place and so unexpectedly tender at other places. This is simply fabulous fun from start to finish. Love it, love it, love it!”