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Sunday, June 15, 2014

Lorelei Bell, Vampire Caprice

Happy Monday, everyone! I sure hope everyone had a wonderful day with their dads yesterday.

Today, I'll be spending it with mine since I had to work. I really don't understand why they were open. We sat and stared at each other for the most part.

Anyway, I wanted to let all the vampire lovers that follow this blog know that Lorelei Bell just published her next book in her Sabrina Strong Series, Vampire Caprice. It's 99 cents over at Amazon. And I can't tell you how much I love this series and can't wait to finish reading this new book. I love all of her characters. For werewolves and vampires and otherworldly things ... they seem so down to earth.

                                     It's 99 cents for a limited time. CLICK HERE

The Description

The big vampire, Bjorn Tremayne has lost his reign and has become a rogue, and this doesn't sit well with him. But he's about to do something that will change all this. Dark World has set a bounty on Sabrina's head because she wouldn't mate with him, but he has come up with a way to trick her into bed with him. He needs to get her away from the only vampire who protects her—Vasyl. 

Sabrina's agenda was to enjoy a pleasant Thanksgiving with family, and no vampires, Nephilim, werewolves, or demons to interrupt it. Unfortunately a demon in the guise of her Grandmother Rose has decided to attack her at this family gathering. Bill Gannon, her neighbor and Nephilim, has gotten an invite to Thanksgiving. Just when he's about to save Sabrina from the demon, who walks in, kills the demon and whisks Sabrina off in his cool Super Snake Mustang but Tremayne... with the help of leprechaun Rick. 

After the melee in Sabrina's brother's house, Tremayne convinces Sabrina she isn't safe and manages to talk her into running. 

Vasyl, meanwhile, has fought off Tremayne's minions, but in the meantime has lost Sabrina. It's daybreak and he must hide from the sun. He has to chase Sabrina across the Midwest, knowing that Tremayne's ultimate goal is to mate with her—before he, himself, has had a chance to consummate his marriage to Sabrina. 

In order to complete his duty of finding the sibyl, Bill Gannon must chase after Sabrina, too, and find a way to talk her into having his children in order to save the whole Nephilim race. 

While all of these men are vying for Sabrina's attentions, something called an Undead who feeds on souls, seeks Sabrina—the last sibyl—for his own diabolical needs. And he is very determined to find her.

Well, I was going to give a diddy from Killer Stilettos. But I'll wait until next week. Let's just say the edits are going much slower than I like. The beginning of last week, I had terribly low blood pressure issues, which was making my world really spin. And then by last Wednesday, Sir Poops had fallen ill. It started with lots of poop and vomit at 3 AM.

Pepto-bismal came to the rescue, and by 3 PM that day he was taking in Gerber Replenish. The next day he was lapping up chicken broth, and by Friday he was eating mushy rice and broth.

But by Sunday, the runs had return as did the vomiting. So we're back at square one.

The Sweetman and I have been taking turns nursing him. While I'm with my dad, Sweetman will be near by and Pepto-Bismal will be on stand-by.

GOOD NEWS though:

 Cindy over at WHATEVERhas volunteered to critique Killer Stilettos.  I'm in love with her witty, redneck humor. Lila, the MC in Killer Stilettos, and her should get along well.  THANK YOU, CINDY!

Okay, that's it for now, all! Have a great week and I'll see you on Friday when I Celebrate the Small Things. And of course, I'll be around the blogosphere reading blogs.

Oh and ... is anyone having issues with being able to comment on the Blogger blogs? I am.

Hugs and chocolate!


  1. Sorry Sir Poops had a relapse.
    Glad Cindy is critiquing for you.
    And no trouble commenting on blogs at the moment. Just really glad Feedly is finally working again.

    1. Alex, I think the solar storms may have something to do with it.

      Yup. Poor Sir Poops. He's really having a time of it.

  2. Poor Sir Poops! I hope he's feeling better soon. One of my dogs has been sick, too, and it's not fun. He's now halfway through a round of antibiotics, so things are getting better.

    Glad you found a CP in Cindy!

    1. If it doesn't get better in the next 48 hours, we'll be in the vet's office soon. Thank you for the well wishes.

  3. No issue this week, but it's only Monday. Give me a day or two to find out. Blogger likes to pounce mid-week.

  4. Replies
    1. Thanks, Norma! Me Too!!! It's over 400 pages as an ebook!

  5. Poor little guy. Hope he feels better.
    Thanks for the shout out, Shelly!
    Chocolate hugs!

    1. Right now, he seems good. Been giving him rice water every half hour since his last episode around 3 PM. He's keeping it in.

  6. Sorry to hear about Sir Poops!
    But it's great you found someone you like to critique Killer Stilettos. I hope it all goes well=)

    1. Hi, Gina:

      Right now, after small amount of rice water, he seems to be okay. He's keeping it in.

  7. I can't wait. I have never done this before so I am excited and a little nervous too!

    1. It's all good. Whatever doesn't sound right or flow for you. Track it!

  8. Oh wow. Sick dogs are not a good thing. I hope Sir Poops feels better! He's living up to his name, isn't he?

  9. I'm so sorry Sir Poops is sick! Hugs to him. I am also having a terrible time with Blogger! Trying to catch up on my blog reading today and I keep losing my comments.
    I hope Sir Poops is better soon.

  10. Lorelei's book sounds like a great read! Best of luck with the edits on Killer Stilettos--looking forward to reading it!

    Hope you're all recovered from your blood pressure issues and that Sir Poops is feeling better.

    Sorry you had to spend Father's Day at work:(.

  11. I hope that Sir Poops is feeling better now. Lorelei's book sounds like a real neck biter! Looking forward to hearing more about Killer Stilettos!



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