August 17, 2016 · 12:05 pm
Killing demons may save his soul, but keeping the faith will cost him his heart.
Vespers is out! Current price is $2.99 through the first week of release. After that it will go up to the regular $3.99 price.
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Where to Buy Vespers
Amazon | ARe | Kobo | IBooks | B&N | More Stores
More about the Hours of the Night Series
Giveaway: $25 Gift Card + 7 Queer Paranormal Romances
Okay, here’s what you get if you win!
$25 Gift Certificate to Amazon, AllRomanceEbooks, or Barnes and Noble
$25 of Free Reads on us!
THE BOOKS – some of my very favorites in here, y’all. Make sure to check them out!
Stygian by Santino Hassell
Stygian in Stores
Stygian on the author website
Stygian on Goodreads
Iron and Velvet by Alexis Hall
Iron and Velvet in Stores
Iron and Velvet on the author website
Iron and Velvet on Goodreads
Payback by Jordan Castillo Price
Payback in Stores
Payback on the author website
Payback on Goodreads
Stripped with the Vampire by Jax Garren
Stripped with the Vampire in Stores
Stripped with the Vampire on the author website
Stripped with the Vampire on Goodreads
A Time to Rise by Tal Bauer
A Time to Rise in Stores
A Time to Rise on the author website
A Time to Rise on Goodreads
Merrick by Claire Cray
Merrick in Stores
Merrick on the author website
Merrick on Goodreads
Best in Show by Kelly Jensen
(okay one of these things is not like the others, but it’s adorable, and queer, and paranormal. You won’t regret it)
Best in Show in Stores
Best in Show on the author website
Best in Show on Goodreads
Don’t forget to show a little love by visiting the authors above who were generous enough to contribute these fabulous paranormal romances!
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July 29, 2016 · 2:55 am
Kelly’s back! She’s got an awesome chili recipe you can either eat right away or age for primo flavor the next day. (And y’all, I just love the kind of dishes that get better overnight.) She’s also got a peek at her new release – a fun paranormal, Best in Show, (on my e-reader, now!) AND she’s giving stuff away (scroll down!). Now, aren’t you glad you stopped by?
KELLY: Sleep On It!
Sleeping on it is practical advice for big decisions. Sometimes we need a little distance before we commit. This is something Julian Wilkes understands very well—he’s a methodical man. As a mystery writer, he’s used to plotting, cataloguing facts and considering everything before committing. He orders his days by moving from one comfort zone to another. He plans his meals a week in advance and spends a day cooking. Adopting a pet will disrupt his ordered life, but Julian is above all else a people pleaser, so if his sister thinks he needs a pet, then he will get a pet.
Enter Macavity Birch, Julian’s opposite. Mac is impulsive, disorganised and directionless. He never sleeps on it. Why, when opportunity is right there? While his reckless nature often lands him in trouble, Mac has a sweet and generous heart, however. His pranks aren’t ill-intentioned. More, he’s simply looking for his place in the world, for his thing. For something he cares about more than the fun of day to day.
When he is adopted by Julian (who thinks Mac as a cat is just a rather large, but ordinary ginger tabby), Mac feels an instant affinity with the mystery writer. They seem to have nothing in common, but Mac can see that Julian is a Nice Guy, and…that appeals. Really, really appeals. Mac finds he enjoys being cared for, and in return, he enjoys returning that care. He also really enjoys Julian’s cooking, in particular, Julian’s chili.
Here’s Julian’s recipe, which comes from my own personal collection! Like most stews and casseroles, this is one you’ll want to sleep on. It’s delicious the day you make it, especially if you make it in the morning and let it sit on the stove all day. Just heat it through before serving. Or make it the day before so that the flavours have all night to mingle.
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February 12, 2016 · 1:58 am
Happy Valentine’s Day weekend! Kelly Jensen is here with a scallop recipe that is elegant enough for a Valentine’s Day meal and easy enough to make any time. I’m drooling a little right now and seriously considering having Bones make this recipe for our own Valentine’s Day. (I will assist by uncorking the wine!)
Don’t forget to check out Kelly’s new book, When Was the Last Time.
My husband and I have a Valentine’s tradition we cherish. We plan a menu, cook together, and we eat in the proper dining room instead of in the kitchen. Our menus vary. We both like to cook and we’re both adventurous eaters, so our planning usually begins with a theme: a style of cuisine, the food of a particular country or region, or an ingredient we’d both like to try. We’ve roasted, broiled and fried, made chocolate truffles, rolled up sushi, and learned how to poach fish. We’ve eaten a lot of good food—but sometimes the simplest recipes are the most memorable.
Sweetheart Scallops take about ten minutes to make. No kidding. Prep consists of chopping a shallot and a green onion, juicing a lemon and dropping a little flour into a dish. That’s it. Oh, and opening a bottle of white wine—a glass for you and half a cup for the sauce.
You can serve anything alongside these scallops. Their flavour is delicate, so keep that in mind. We usually go for a little linguini or polenta—both work well with the sauce—and a green vegetable. You could also soak up the sauce with some crusty bread. On to the recipe!
Sweetheart Scallops Recipe
Serves 2. Prep: 5 minutes, Cook time: 5-7 minutes
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Tagged as contemporary romance, Kelly Jensen, m/m romance, main course, quick meals, recipe, recipes, romance, scallops, Valentine's Day, When Was the Last Time