Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Covet the Moon by Tina Carreiro COVER REVEAL

Genre: Dark contemporary/paranormal romance

Date of Publication: 08 September 2014

Formats available: Print and Ebook

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Blurb/Book Description:
Mia Starr is now a full agent working for Sector 13, a secret division of the FBI, which monitors and controls all paranormal activity. Her main objective: keep humans safe and the paranormal hidden.  Fresh out of human training, Mia is looking forward to learning all things paranormal and working with Cole, her deadly and sexy vampire lover. Before she has a chance to settle into her new life, she’s abducted. With her powers unfolding, an ancient enemy is revealed, and a powerful lineage to rival all others.

Cole Barnett will stop at nothing to get Mia back. Pushed to his breaking point when old ties surface, the vampire within him claws at his restraint leaving him with one choice—let it rage! Cole leaves a trail of blood and broken rules he’ll have to answer for in his wake to find Mia. Once he does, he also uncovers a connection between them that could shift the world of the undead. Now the one he covets is the one he needs to let go—her survival depends on it. But his stubborn human has set out to prove him wrong in a battle for love and her own life.

Sometimes you have to unleash the beast…


John’s decision to come to the turnpike station first had Cole’s fangs edging out. “We should go to the scene, to confirm—” He couldn’t finish the thought. Without his blood inside Mia, he couldn’t be sure, and his entire body was conflicted with doubt. His jaw tightened, and the tip of his fangs poked at the inside of his lip. Removing his clip from his belt, he flicked his thumb underneath the first bullet and ejected it from the clip into his palm. He closed his eyes as the silver burned its shape into his flesh and eased the glow he felt creeping into his eyes. Taking a calming breath, he slid the bullet into his pocket and reattached the clip to his belt.
“Stay calm,” John said, as they walked through the doors to the turnpike substation. Cole responded in a low growl that put John on alert, making his jaw muscle tick.
A young man leaning back in his chair with his feet propped on the table looked up from a set of monitors. “Can I help you?”
“Do you get pictures from the road cameras?” John asked.
“Naw, that’s illegal. The whole “Big Brother” argument. We only monitor them. We get an alert from the radar units on the other poles when a vehicle’s speed registers too low or high and then we check the monitors for trouble.” He smacked his gum with an open mouth chew and turned his attention to Cole as he walked behind the counter. “Sir, you can’t come back here,” he said.
“Are these today’s turnpike tickets?” Cole asked, his jaw set in a tight line.
“You can’t just come back here…”
“Answer the question.”
“I-I’m going to have to ask you to leave.” The young man stammered as he reached toward the phone. Cole’s hand covered his, quickly replacing the phone in its cradle.
“We’re going to have a problem if you don’t answer my question,” Cole said, filling in the space between them. He leveled an assertive gaze at the man.
“Barnett. Back off,” John commanded.
“You-you need some type of warrant or authority to come back here.”
Cole ignored the man and grabbed the tin box from the counter. Pulling out a stack of tickets, he held them to his nose. With a frustrated growl, he threw the stack down and grabbed more from the box. With each stack, he grew more agitated. Picking up the fifth stack, he paused as a familiar scent reached his nose. He breathed deeper and tore through the tickets to pull out the one with Mia’s aroma. It was faint, but it was her scent.
“I need the license plate and the photo of the driver this came from.” Cole held out the ticket to man.
“I can’t do that. I need permission and—”
“Sir, you don’t have the authority…”
Cole snatched his badge from his belt and slammed it on the table in front of the man. “How’s this? No?” Arching a brow at the man’s hesitation his gun followed, slamming down with the same force as the badge. “How about this?”
The man locked into Cole’s deadly gaze. When his eyes widened, Cole knew it was from the glow that had started to appear from behind his irises.
“Still not enough authority for you? How about this!” Cole’s fangs jetted out like a switchblade.
“Holy shit! What kind of cops are you?”

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Haunted by visions of death, and a past that holds her prisoner, Mia Starr never imagined her life could become even more complex. Untapped psychic powers spark to life, and her chosen solitary existence fills with creatures that shatter her safe reality. Now the very thing she fears the most is the one thing that will complete her in every way possible.

Detective Cole Barnett has mastered the vampire within. It has earned him respect and a position with Sector 13, the hardest job a vampire can hold. When a beautiful mortal is thrown into his investigation, with powers able to subjugate vampires, she tests his restraint.

Cole and Mia's passion ignites, but Mia's fear holds her back and she struggles to forget his touch and possessive kiss. What she doesn't realize is the more she runs from him, the more excited he becomes, and the hunt is something he cannot resist.

Author Bio:
Tina Carreiro is a multipublished author who resides in South Florida with her family. At the young age of 15, Tina started working to help her family and became a jack-of-all-trades, working in many different areas from managing an automotive shop, to putting her computer programming degree to use. In 2010, she retired from her office job to live her dream and write. Her addiction to romance novels began at a young age when she started sneaking her mom's Gray Eagle series by Janelle Taylor, and it was then her love for writing began. Her paranormal romance series, Power of the Moon, has gained popularity amongst the fans of this genre. Tina became a co-host on Encounters Live, a paranormal radio show, in 2009. Open to all things paranormal, Tina has had her own encounters with the paranormal but still approaches the topic from a logical angle. Tina is married to her best friend and Encounters Live co-host, Matt Carreiro and is a full-time cub scout/camping/gymnastic/PS3/Minecraft mom for her son and daughter. When not writing, Tina enjoys reading romance novels, zombie movies, restoring classic cars, camping, and coffee with caramel macchiato creamer. Poking fun at herself, and everything in between is her key to laughter and a long and healthy life.

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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Joss Landry's I Can See You Tour by Dark World Books

The Road to Hell series welcomes author JOSS LANDRY

Please welcome Author JOSS LANDRY onto the Road to Hell. JOSS LANDRY is the author of I CAN SEE YOU. Other books written by JOSS LANDRY are MIRROR DEEP, and soon to be published, LONG GOODBYES.

Now, it’s time to create a little hell and get to the good stuff by revealing all of JOSS LANDRY’s wicked secrets while on the Road to Hell. LOL  Yeah, you wish! ;-D 

Grab your favorite drink, sink your teeth into something decadent, sit back, relax and enjoy getting to know JOSS LANDRY…


GRACEN: If you could pick one thing about our world to change, what would it be and why?

JOSS LANDRY: More kindness and gentleness toward children. We treat our fancy computers and are awesome cars with so much respect, with darn right devotion sometimes. However, I see little children yelled at, pulled roughly through the malls, crying and complaining they are thirsty, misguided, misled … yet all children are more precious than all our shiny toys combined.

GRACEN: Kind of morbid, but if you knew the exact moment of your death, down to the last second, what changes would you make in your life?

JOSS LANDRY: Great question, Gracen. I would make sure to finish whatever novel I was working on, get it ready for publication. I’d also need a piece of chocolate cake, one good cup of coffee, some pineapple and a fresh mango. 

GRACEN: If I picked a television show or sitcom that fit my family, it would be the Addams Family because we’re all a bit odd and zany. What one television show/sitcom would best describe your family? Or if none apply, pick a song or album.

JOSS LANDRY: An adaptation between Family Ties, and Full House, and there were two girls, and two boys, one much younger than the others. We had barrels of laughs, and I mean barrels of them. We were allowed chocolate for breakfast, one dessert before meals and another for after, and in return, I got to spurt all the morals you can dream of while ingesting the sweets. There was no strict bedtime, or deadpan curfews, and no need to enforce them. Ours was a matriarchal family where my husband was the head and I was the neck who made the head move. Full House because our four had all their friends over, and friends of friends, and I was at my happiest when all those fresh young faces hung around.

GRACEN: Pretend you’re writing a book about your life. What would the title be and why?

JOSS LANDRY: Tough one. People who know me often say I should write a book about my life. Trouble is, I don’t think anyone would believe it. I don’t even believe my life at times, and I am the main protagonist. I might call it: Thursday’s Child.

GRACEN: What song title best describes your style of writing? (Use any song in existence or create your own).

JOSS LANDRY: Difficult to pick just one. How about, Born to be Wild by Steppenwolf and Glory by Tracy One Road The Band.

GRACEN: If you had superpowers would you be the superhero or the villain? Why? What would your name be?

JOSS LANDRY: Great question! I believe I would be a superhero. Why? Because I like things to be the way I like them: to live in peace and stop the children from crying. My name? I think I would pick Joss—Just Joss. J

GRACEN: Do you have a guilty pleasure? If so, will you share it with us?

JOSS LANDRY: Well, I rarely strap on guilt when I indulge, so this means digging a little. French fries might be a guilty pleasure or sleeping with my clothes on. With all the rest of my made-to-order pleasures, I make sure guilt is not in the picture.

GRACEN: You’re stranded on an island, who would you want to be stranded with and why?

JOSS LANDRY: It would have to be with someone who cam climb trees, start a fire from scratch and be able to fashion tools out of stone. The why is obvious. Anyone who can do all this has got to be a hunk. J

GRACEN: Now, let’s get to know you as an author. When did you become aware that you wanted to be a published author?

JOSS LANDRY: I discovered I had all these stories inside my head while walking on the beach one day in Miami Florida. A story about Eric Parker running with an envelope he wasn’t supposed to handle. When the dialogue between him and a friend took shape, so clearly, I realized I had to put these stories on paper. 

GRACEN: Are there any particular authors that made an impact on you growing up or as an adult? Did any particular teacher or someone else in your life make an impact on your writing?

JOSS LANDRY: Well, I Can See You is a product  of the effort I pu in a course I took with Connie Shelton. She is a known mystery writer and her novel in a weekend course was well worth the time. I also believe John Grisham had an impact, Pat Conroy … Beach Music! I love P.D. James love how her mind works. Barbara Taylor Bradford, also a beautiful writer.

GRACEN: Do you have any “must haves” while you’re writing—besides your computer, of course?

JOSS LANDRY: No. I’m never the same from one day to the next. Different cravings, different needs … I just write. I guess the one constant might be coffee, strong coffee … and chocolate.

GRACEN: Do you write in a particular genre? If so, what’s the appeal of that genre for you?

JOSS LANDRY: Up to a couple of months ago, I was still debating if I had a genre or not. Difficult to grasp. I like a read that has depth and a main plot with lots of little twists and turns and more than one sub-plot. I enjoy a good mystery as long as there is a romantic thread throughout. I also love paranormal and fantasy. I believe what some of the magic we refer to as paranormal today, will one day be known as normal.

GRACEN: Any love/hates as it relates to the writing industry?

JOSS LANDRY: Well, I enjoy the freedom the Internet has brought us. Imagine, the research we can do when the world is at our feet. There are no borders per say anymore. No more great divide. And this goes for authorship as well. So, I really do enjoy these times. Hates? none that come to mind.

GRACEN: Do you have a Muse? If yes, what’s his/her name(s). Why do you think some authors have a muse and other authors don’t?

JOSS LANDRY: If you are referring to one of Zeus’ nine daughters, then no, I don’t have a muse. My mother used to say I was blessed by Muses because I like to sing, dance, play music (piano, guitar )paint and write. So, maybe I do have a couple hanging over my shoulder, only I prefer to call them Angels. I do have a familiar, a Shih Tzu named Chief. He is black and white, mostly black, and follows me everywhere like a shadow. He also growls at anyone who dares approach me that he doesn’t know.

GRACEN: If you could live the life of any one of your characters, who would it be and why? Would you do things differently in real life than he/she did in the book?

JOSS LANDRY: Of course. There’s a little of Emma Willis the Heroine in I Can See You deep inside. She is sweet, wise, and yet so much tougher than many of us might believe a child can be. Or, is it that we find the strength we need whenever we are confronted with difficult situations?

GRACEN: What are you working on now?

JOSS LANDRY: I am working on: Long Goodbyes, soon to be published, and I Can Find You (Book II of the Emma Willis Series) and What About Barnum a romantic paranormal mystery that will be told in two books. There is also Harbor LightsManhattan Melody coming up and a couple of bluckbusters I am still working on.

GRACEN: What makes your books stand out from other books in your genre? (Use this as an opportunity to sell folks on your book!)

JOSS LANDRY: Good question. I always love the other authors’ books I read and find them excellent. I guess what people say they like about my stories is the fact I have more than just a main plot. I like to weave in valuable subplots, incorporating twists and turns that all lead to the main plot, but that could also stand alone. People say my dialogue makes them feel as if they’re right there on the spot. Mostly, readers tell me they’re sad when the book finishes. Plus, for the two books I already have published: MIRROR DEEP and I Can See You, I have received two great Kirkus Reviews:

GRACEN:  Thanks so much for joining us, JOSS LANDRY!  It’s been a treat getting to know you better! 

JOSS LANDRY: Thank you for having me, Gracen, love, love the way your mind works.

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I Can See You
“Emma stuck her face to the window to watch the rain. Lightning in the background drew a fiery
specter in the sky while her eyes traced the water droplets running down the pane like tears.” Emma Willis is ten years old and has a secret. She not only inherited her grandmother’s power of sight, she can accomplish much more. Like most children without siblings growing up amongst adults, she is precocious yet at times lonely. When a murderer is loose in Newark, a maniac with a thirst for killing little girls, she begins to understand why her Granny Dottie called her sight a curse. She will need all her powers to catch a killer and help the people in her life: Detective Hank Apple, her teacher Christina Tyler, and her little family of three. Only … the madman knows who she is!
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Joss Landry
Joss Landry

Joss Landry
With a degree in commerce, Joss has worked as a consultant for more than twenty years, writing copy for marketing firms and assisting start-up companies launch their business. She recently made the switch from composing copy and promos, to writing fiction and prose. She is developing her style through courses and the support of other writers. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America and is presently working on honing three other novels for publication. Blessed with four children and five grandchildren, she resides in Montreal with her husband, a staunch supporter, and enjoys spending time biking, rollerblading, playing tennis, and swimming. She loves creating stories as she says they fulfill her need to think outside the box.
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