Tuesday, September 20, 2011

What's New from Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers?

Here are some of the new releases from members of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers:



Knight's Curse
by Karen Duvall
Luna Books at Harlequin, August 23, 2011
ISBN: 978-0373803408
Paperback $14.95

"A skilled knife fighter since the age of nine, Chalice knows what it's like to live life on the edge—precariously balanced between the dark and the light. But the time has come to choose. The evil sorcerer who kidnapped her over a decade ago requires her superhuman senses to steal a precious magical artifact…or she must suffer the consequences.

Desperate to break the curse that enslaves her, Chalice agrees. But it is only with the help of Aydin— her noble warrior-protector—that she will risk venturing beyond the veil to discover the origins of her power."

For more information about Karen and her writing life, visit the Knight's Curse website as well as her blog.


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The Vampire Shrink (UK Version)
by Lynda Hilburn
Quercus/Jo Fletcher Books, UK
ISBN: 978-0857387196
Hardcover

The Vampire Shrink is now available in a Kindle edition as well.

"Denver psychologist Kismet Knight doesn't believe in vampires. But when she meets Devereux, a gorgeous, 800-year-old bloodsucker, she's soon up to her neck in the undead.

FBI profiler Alan Stevens, who's tracking a supernatural killer, knows vampires are not only real, but lethal. And one is after her."


Visit Lynda at her website as well as her blog, Paranormality.


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Banged by the Flash
by Michelle Hoff
Kindle edition $.99

"Jenna Hudgens has more celebrity crushes and imaginary boyfriends than a crowd of tweens at a Justin Bieber concert. As if that isn't enough, she works for one of the nation's trashiest celebrity gossip blogs.

Delusions aside, life will never be perfect until Jenna snags a real-life husband sexy enough to grace the cover of GQ. Frank Roberts, a badly dressed, paranoid hobo with disgusting facial hair, four-hundred-dollar sunglasses, and a major hatred for the paparazzi, is not the one...or is he?"


Learn more about Michelle at her website. She is also a contributor at Writers on the Brink blog.


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Tasty Girl
by Cathy Roy
Ebook (Available for Kindle and Nook)
$.99

Twenty-one year old Eleanor Lindstrom has been hired as an intern for San Francisco’s top underground radio station in 1978, KTST- Tasty, and is now one of the infamous Tasty Girls. A Tasty dj, one of the top ten bachelors in San Francisco is chasing after her.

Her Stanford scholarship money is about to run out, so she lets her best friend talk her into running a sports ring on Stanford’s big game. Her uncle has sent two mafia types to keep an eye on her betting; needless to say, they don’t blend in with the students. What’s a girl from Vermillion, South Dakota to do?

Cathy's website has more information about Tasty Girl and her novel-in-progress, Neptune's Daughters.


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Crossroads
by Jeanne C. Stein
Ace, August 30, 2011
ISBN: 978-0441020775
Paperback $7.99

"As a bounty hunter, Anna Strong knew how to find trouble. But now that she's a vampire, trouble seems to have a knack for finding her...

The death of Anna's old vampire mentor is causing ripples in the mortal world. His forensic report has brought up some anomalies and people are asking questions-questions that no vampire wants to answer. Anna needs to lie low, but the sudden discovery of a slew of drained bodies near the Mexican border brings an old flame back into her life and with him, a new challenge."


Find out more about Jeanne and her books at her website. She is co-blogger at The Biting Edge blog.

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List compiled by Pat Stoltey

4 comments:

Margot Kinberg said...

Pat - Thanks for this update on what's new in Rocky Mountain fiction :-).

Karen Duvall said...

Thanks for including me, Pat! :)

Word verification made me giggle. untsne. Reminds me of Utne magazine. Haha.

Lynda Hilburn said...

Thanks for this great mention, Pat. And for having me on your blog this week!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Knight's Curse sounds cool.