So since I finished Rose Pressey's How To Date A Werewolf, I've come to the next book in my TBR pile which is Soul Search by Amber Scott. Here is the Amazon Product info:
Three years ago, one horrific night changed his life forever. And now the wolf soul that was invoked to save him is taking over his body, day by day.
Can he master his animal instincts in time to discover who is stealing children's souls before the delicate balance we all depend upon is shattered?
Or will he reject the one woman who can help heal his body and his soul?
I started reading last night and I have to admit, I'm already hooked. This makes me feel a little better since I picked the book based mostly on the cover. So, I'll post a review as soon as I'm finished!
I don’t know about other authors, but anytime I mention what I do for a living, people immediately ask what type of novels I write. When I explain that I write paranormal romances, the immediate reaction is the dreaded: “You don’t look like you’d write about the paranormal”.
Now just what is that supposed to mean? So, with the help of Photoshop, I’d like to introduce you to my gothic and dark alter ego. What do you think? Is this how a paranormal romance author should look?
As a reader, do you really care what an author looks like? And to my fellow authors out there, do you worry about how your appearance represents your genre?
In celebration of #WriterWednesday on Twitter, I want to give a shout out to Rose Pressey author of How to Date a Werewolf! I just finished this book (again, read it while writing Spiritus and didn't give it the attention it deserved) and I can't wait to tell you about it!
First off, let me just say that this book is amazing! The main character, Rylie, runs a dating service called Get A Mate and just happens to be a werewolf. She's pretty successful pairing up both humans and the supernatural which is ironic since her own love life is cursed.
Things go a little crazy when one disgruntled werewolf client starts a picketing campaign against Rylie just as a super hot guy is moving into the same building, strange letters, odd visitors, and a few attacks keep you reading.
The characters are great and Rylie isn't some wishy washy heroine. She can take care of herself and anyone else that comes along. You instantly like her and you pull for her to find her own mate through the whole book.
How to Date a Werewolf is a fun and quick read with just the right balance of humor, romance, and action. Now that I've finished it, I'm looking forward to more books in the Rylie Cruz series and others by the author.
Her other books include:
My Haunted Family: Engrossing Tales of One Family's Encounters with the Unknnown
Me and My Ghoulfriends (Larue Donovan Book 1)
No Shoes, No Shirt, No Spells (Mystic Cafe Series)
Rock n' Roll is Undead (Veronica Mason Series)
Ghouls Night Out (Larue Donovan)
Flip That Haunted House (A Haunted Renovation Mystery)
How to Date a Vampire (Rylie Cruz)
Pies and Potions (Mystic Cafe Series)
Murder at Honeysuckle Hotel (Trash to Treasure Crafting Mystery)
Rose Pressey enjoys writing quirky and fun novels with a paranormal twist. The paranormal has always captured her interest. The thought of finding answers to the unexplained fascinates her.
When she's not writing about werewolves, vampires and every other supernatural creature, she loves eating cupcakes with sprinkles, reading, spending time with family, and listening to oldies from the fifties.
Rose lives in the beautiful commonwealth of Kentucky with her husband, son and two sassy Chihuahuas.
Wow! Spiritus had an amazing FREE run on Kindle last week and to celebrate I'm giving away three free copies of the next book in the series Haunted. So good luck to everyone!