~ Schedule ~
- Jaidis @ Juniper Grove
- Laurie @ Laurie’s Paranormal Thoughts and Reviews
- Kristy @ Kristy Centeno
- Kristina Y. @ Book Club Sisters
- CCAM @ Mythical Books
- Patricia @ Room With Books
- Jude @ Platypire Reviews
- Ruth @ My Devotional Thoughts
- Sarit @ Coffee, Books & Art
- Kristin @ Second Book to the Right
- Susan @ Susan Heim on Writing
- Katrina @ Trina’s Tantilising Tidbits
- Kristy @ Keep Calm and Write On
- Deborah @ Written by Deb
- Dani @ Paulette’s Papers
- Melissa @ Simplistic Reviews
- Lisa & Sarah @ Girls with Books
- Elora, Marie & Layna @ Lunar Haven Reviews and Designs
- Denise @ Rantings of a Closet Vamp Princess
- Candy @ Book Butterfly in Dreamland
- Brittany @ The Cover (and Everything in Between)
- Amber @ The Wonderings of One Person
- Crina @ Reading Addict
- Dalene @ Dalene’s Book Reviews
- Elisha @ Rainy Day Reviews Reviews
~ About Part Two ~
Title: Kindling Flames: Flying Sparks
Series: The Ancient Flame Series Book One
Author: Julie Wetzel
Published: October 3rd, 2014
Publisher: Crimson Tree Publishing
Page Count: 260
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Content Warning: Minor Violence
Age Recommendation: 13+
~ Synopsis ~
When Vicky becomes the target of a serial arsonist plaguing the city, Darien calls on the supernatural community to help. Pulling the creatures of the night together to cooperate on any project is troublesome at the best of times. The fact that the one responsible for the city’s woes is a being of fire and magic leads the reluctant groups to a truce that makes Vicky start to think that her job might be a bit more than one normal human can handle.
~ About the Author ~
Originally from Ohio, Julie always dreamed of a job in science. Either shooting for the stars or delving into the mysteries of volcanoes. But, life never leads where you expect. In 2007, she moved to Mississippi to be with her significant other.
Now a mother of a hyperactive red headed boy, what time she’s not chasing down dirty socks and unsticking toys from the ceiling is spent crafting worlds readers can get lost it. Julie is a self-proclaimed bibliophile and lover of big words. She likes hiking, frogs, interesting earrings, and a plethora of other fun things.
Julie Wetzel is the author of Kindling Flames, Book 1 in The Ancient Fire Series. Kindling Flames is scheduled to release through Crimson Tree Publishing in the Fall of 2014.
~ Excerpt ~
Nodding, the nurse punched some buttons on the blue box and unhooked the IV line from the port in Vicky’s arm. “Let me know if you feel any pain,” she warned as she packed up the equipment. “The doctor thinks you should be fine without the medication.”
Vicky smiled at her. “I don’t think it’ll be a problem.”
“It’s probably all the tender loving care your boyfriend has been giving you,” she said with a giggle.
Vicky blushed. The woman had hit the nail on the head. “He’s not my boyfriend,” Vicky protested weakly, looking at her food.
“Don’t give me that,” the woman huffed. “That kiss he gave you when you first came in was far too passionate to come from anyone other than a lover. It made even my toes curl.”
Vicky looked up at the woman as she tried to think about a kiss Darien had given her. The only one that might have been misconstrued as passionate was the kiss he placed on her temple, but no one had seen that one.
“Then again, you might not remember it,” the woman went on. “You hadn’t woken up yet.”
Vicky raised her fingers to her mouth and felt her lips.
“The doctor will be in after a bit to check on you,” the nurse said as she rolled the IV stand out of the room.
Vicky was too deep in thought to hear the nurse’s words or see her leave. Her insides flopped around like a fish out of water, and she was suddenly not hungry anymore. Had Darien stolen a kiss while she was asleep? What did it mean? Was it to heal her, or was it something else? She thought over Darien’s actions since she had discovered he was a vampire. He had spent a lot of time invading her personal space, but she also found it didn’t bother her as much as it should have. Her mind wobbled on her growing feelings and what they meant for her job. Would she be able to handle working so closely with someone who had such a profound effect on her heart?
Vicky recalled Vanessa’s teasing about what could be done in a closed office with a large desk and slammed the thought down before it could even get off the ground. Picking up her fork, she started working food into her mouth. She needed to eat, no matter how her insides were squirming. Dealing with Darien would have to come later.
~ Publisher ~
~ Giveaway ~
Stay You & Happy Reading,