Welcome Kathy Kulig and her book Damned and Defiant to The Mystique!!
One $20 Gift Certificate of winner’s choice either Amazon, B&N, or Ellora’s Cave.
And also a tote bag of books including Something Wicked this Way Comes (an Amazon bestseller with Laurann Dohner, Jaid Black and others and includes my short Tattoo Witch),
Dial B for Bondage Anthology with Emerald Dungeon,
Desert of the Damned and Damned and Desired print books,
a few other surprise goodies will be added too.
This for U.S. only please.
Damned and Defiant
Book 3 of Demon in Exile
Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing
Word Count: Approximately 70,000 words
Purchase Links: http://www.jasminejade.com/p-10267-damned-and-defiant.aspx
Mortal women surrender to Dante’s seductions. He is a Drone, an immortal who feeds off their lifeforce energy—the chi that keeps his kind alive. When his dimension is on the edge of destruction, Dante must seek the help of one special woman.
Haley Moore is a Sha Warrior—a mortal with excess lifeforce energy. She has always had a strong attraction to Dante and when they meet again he thinks luck is on his side because his quota of chi energy would be obtained after one scorching scene with this mortal. But the problem is that he is overwhelmingly attracted to her and once with this woman won’t be enough.
Haley tries to draw out the man buried deep within the demon. Their fierce, undeniable passion unravels his plans and threatens her life. Can Dante bear to abandon her when he leaves Earth forever? Dante will have to choose whether to return to his world or to give up his immortality and share his future with Haley.
“The kitchen is through there.” He pointed past the dining table. “Help yourself if you get hungry. Your room is this way.” He walked down a long hallway, pointing out the bathroom and his room, then entered a spare bedroom. Flicking on a wall switch, he dropped her duffle on the bed. A lamp on a bedside table, next to a queen-size bed illuminated the room. “Will this be okay for you?”
“This is great. A big room and a beautiful house. I’ve never lived in a house before.”
“No? Where did you live?” He moved over to the curtains and closed them, then moved up close again, so close she could feel his heat. God, she wanted him bad. Chest and arm muscled bulged against his T-shirt. She stuffed her hands inside her pockets.
“I grew up in Texas. Our place wasn’t as nice as this though.”
“Anything else you need?”
“No.” She didn’t take her eyes from him. Her belly quivered and her womb clenched. God, her panties were soaked. She wanted to say, Yes! Make love to me. You almost did once a long time ago in the desert.
He looked at her for a long time, and she fought a touch of vertigo. Dante closed his eyes as if he was struggling with something. Maybe he wanted to kiss her. Abruptly, he turned for the door. “Good night.”
“Dante,” she breathed and grabbed his arm. A wave of dizziness surged through her.
He jerked his arm away and looked up at her almost resentfully. “What?” His words were sharp.
She swallowed, about to change her mind. “You were there that time in the desert when I had sunstroke. Sakari and Brad were there too.”
He glanced down at the floor. “Is that what she told you?”
“She won’t tell me either way. I keep remembering parts of it. I don’t think it was sunstroke.
I don’t remember hiking in the desert that day. Sometimes I see an underground room and feel pain, darkness and you holding me. Maybe it was the heat, but it seems so real.”
He raised his eyebrows. “Hmmm. Hallucinations can seem quite real especially when you’re ill.”
“I wasn’t ill and it wasn’t a hallucination,” she said. “Something else happened.”
He crossed his arms and leaned against the doorframe. “You worry about things that happened months ago?”
Anger made her bold. She stepped up to him and placed both hands on his crossed arms. As the dizzy sensation began, she instantly lowered her shroud of white light and her strength returned. “If you won’t tell me about that night. How about you tell me why you’ve never asked me out? We kissed that one time. Things got pretty hot and heavy there and then you stopped. And don’t tell me that was a hallucination. My knee is between your legs and could do some damage right now.” She smiled a little to show she was teasing. She was breathless and her heart thundered while she awaited his response.
The side of his mouth quirked in the slightest grin. “I need you here,” his voice was raspy and rumbled through her chest. There was lust in his gaze. The fluttery feeling in her stomach traveled straight to her pussy. “It’s important to solve this problem with these horses. I don’t want to complicate your life.”
She moved closer, her mouth an inch from his lips and whispered, “Complicate it.”
About the Author:
Kathy Kulig is the award-winning author of sexy paranormal and contemporary romances. She has published over a dozen novels and novellas and her work has appeared in eBook, print and anthology. Kathy is a science geek by day and writer of erotic fiction at night. Her interest in mythology, quantum physics and the supernatural, and also her extensive background in science, provide inexhaustible material for new projects in the paranormal realms. Besides her career in writing, she’s a cytotechnologist and has worked as a research scientist, medical technologist, dive master and stringer for a newspaper. When she’s not writing or dreaming up her next steamy story, she enjoys traveling, relaxing by the beach with a book, mountain biking, movies and dinners out. She resides in eastern Pennsylvania with her husband and lives in a 100-year-old Victorian home which has a garage built of rejected tombstones.
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