Friday, 27 September 2013


I have a wonderful book for you today. It is the first book of the BLOOD & LOSS Cassandra Myles Witch Series by Electa Scott Graham.

If you lost everything that made you who you are could you recover?

Would you be stronger than before or would you crumble under the mountain of grief?

When Cassandra Myles is faced with this question her answer is to do what ever it takes to move on. She rebuilds her life and finds happiness once again. She doesn't do it alone, she has two very special men in her life, who have been there for her while she has recovered.

One is her boss. His name is Quintus and he is a very old and very powerful vampire. He took her under his wing when she needed someone and now she would do anything to repay that debt.

The other is her roommate Declan. He is caring, charming, gorgeous and in her eyes perfect in every way except one. Cassandra feels they are meant for each other and Declan feels he is meant for every woman who walks in his bar.

Life might not be perfect, but it was filled with possibilities and she was going to meet them with strength, courage and when all else fails a huge dose of sarcasm.

Then Quintus comes to her and tells her what was once lost can now be restored. A painful part of her past can be undone. Will this make her life complete or should some things remain buried.

This novel contains several erotic scenes that may cause an increased heart rate and other more pleasant side effects. This novel is not meant for a younger reader. 18 +

To know her is to love her. Please welcome Author Electa Graham. 
Electa Graham is a mother, author and farmer. She lives in Nova Scotia, Canada on 40 acres of woods, streams and a small hobby farm. Growing veggies, creating worlds and taking care of her family leaves little down time, but she wouldn’t have it any other way. Writing has been a part of her life since high school, but it wasn’t until last year that she published her first book. Since then two books have followed and more are on the way. She has no regrets waiting so long to fulfill her dream of publishing. Her philosophy is better late than never.

You have to read this!!! I already adore this Vampire!

Lucius had already made himself at home. He was lying in my bed, wearing only his boxers. I only ever thought of him as scary, but right now, he looked so sexy I had to close my mouth to prevent excess drool from escaping. His muscular chest begged for me to run my hands over it. I swallowed hard, trying to come out of my hormone-induced trance.
“My eyes are up here, Goldilocks.” He pointed to the body part in question.
Oh! Just great; I got caught checking out the sexy vampire. He was arrogant enough. He certainly didn’t need me feeding his ego. “You are not staying in my bed.” Could you die from embarrassment? I think I was slipping away.
 “Yes I am. There is no place else in this shoebox you call a room.” His tone said he was done discussing it.
“My room is a perfect size for me.” I knew I would regret this, but I was too tired to argue. Tomorrow I would have more strength to deal with this insane situation. “Fine, but no funny stuff.”
He laughed and it sounded very human. “I will try to control myself from all funny stuff, but the way you were looking at me, I think I am the one who should be worried.” He smiled, enjoying my embarrassment.
“Trust me; you are totally safe.” Egotistical bastard. Quintus was getting an earful in the morning. I’d rather call the fae and tell them to pick me up and get it over with.
I gingerly got in bed beside him. I had never shared a bed with a man before. Sometimes Declan would come in and lay with me for a while if I had one of my nightmares, but never like this. Facing away from him, I perched on the very edge. Please don’t let me fall off in the middle of the night. If I do, I can only hope I can die of embarrassment.
“You don’t look very comfortable. Do you always sleep so close to the edge?” He was enjoying this way too much.
“I am fine. Now if you don’t mind, I’d like to go to sleep.”
It took me a long time to drift off. I could feel his eyes on my back. You’d think having a big strong man sleeping beside me would make me feel safe. I was too worried I would drool in the middle of the night, or worse I would snore. Exhaustion finally won over my mind and I fell into a fitful sleep.  

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