Publisher: Freya's Bower
Release Date: September 12, 2011
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Sean left his pack, searching for an inner peace destroyed when his one daughter was shot and the other kidnapped and tortured. Not to mention his mate had left him. He gave up his position as pack leader and headed out to the woods. But when he found a woman being beaten by two humans, he is jolted by the realization she's his True mate.
Caden lives in fear, and at last her terror has caught up with her. Her ex-husband has decided it's time for her to die. Just as she's about to breathe her last, a man tells her everything is going to be okay.
But how can it be, when her ex-husband still wants her dead?
And once Sean brings her back to his home, secrets are revealed, and it seems no one is going to be okay. For as the blood moon rises in the October sky, betrayal is in the wind, and upon it floats the scent of death.
About the Author: Teresa D'Amario lives in NC with her husband and 2 dogs who think they're kids. But since they cost as much to feed and keep healthy as a child, that's a pretty good description.
Hello readers, and welcome to Lovin' Me Some Romance! Because of course we all love romance books or we wouldn't be here, right? I tend to like my romance with a hint of edge. Okay, I actually like a lot of edge to my romance. I need danger. I need to know what I'm about to read (or write) is going to make me want to sit on the edge of my seat. I love to feel my heart race at some point in the book. Or to feel the tender emotions drawn to the surface when I read about true love.
So how do I chose the books I read? Like many of you, I chat with my friends and we have the word of mouth recommendation. But sometimes that doesn't "hit the spot", so I'll preview the books using their book trailers.
I adore book trailers, but they have to be "just right". No, I don't mean the graphics have to be perfect. An author doesn't have to spend a fortune and hire actors to film their story. And I don't even like the voice over very much.
But the music, now that makes a huge difference. Sounds odd, doesn't it? While the visual imagery may be or may not be memorable, the music sets the stage. If the book is what I want, one that makes the heart beat faster, then so does the trailer - and what makes that happen is the tone of the music.
For Blood Moon Betrayed, I chose a very dark rendition of "Pop Goes the Weasel." I don't spend a ton on my videos, though I do have fun creating the morph of my paranormal shifters, but mostly, the music tells you about my book. Feel free to listen to the music and sounds for my video and tell me, what do you think THIS book is about?
Book Trailer: http://youtu.be/d0YLR8H-sOA
And, of course, since I love to hear reader feedback, I'll be giving away one e-copy of a book to a reader. That e-copy will be either SheWolf, Dark Succession, or Blood Moon Betrayed - the winner's choice.
Teresa D'Amario is giving one eBook to one lucky winner. The title will be winner's choice as stated above. Here's how to enter:
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**Contest Open to ALL**
***Contest Closes Thursday, November 17th at Midnight U.S. Pacific Standard Time and the Winner will be Chosen Randomly and Announced Friday, November 18th***