Teaser Tuesday & Blog Tour Update

Today for my blog tour I’m over at three places:

Over at C.S. Maxwell’s for a blog tour promo, where you can enter for another chance to win a Hounded e-copy free.

Then at Shelley Monroe’s blog, they’re talking Teaser Tuesday, so you can not only catch a fantastic review of Hounded, but also get some new ideas for your to-read list. Dangerous! Mine grew the moment I popped over there today.

And lastly, I’ve over at A Bibliophile’s Thoughts on Books, talking about writing a kick ass heroine. Here you can also enter again to win a copy. So many chances to win!


And I’m going to play along with Teaser Tuesday. It’s a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

~ Grab your current read

~ Open to a random page

~ Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page

~ BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)

~ Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

I’m pulling from Overlord by Anitra Lynn McLeod, it’s the second book in her The Fringe series.

“Mouthy little thing,” Duster said from behind her, his gun once again secure against his shoulder.
“I should have whacked you over the head with your rifle when I had the chance.”



The Fringe, Book 2

After a year, Michael “Overlord” Parker finally knows who’s been pilfering his black market goods. Astonishingly, the elusive Bandit of Taiga isn’t a man. It’s a woman, an infuriating spitfire who’s half in love with Michael’s overly romanticized reputation.

Remarkably Average Mary exudes an intoxicating scent that Michael can’t quite puzzle out, even with his unique ability. As long as she remains bound and blindfolded, he has the advantage—and the bonus of tormenting the bane of his existence.

Mary’s deceptively innocent face has never failed her. Yet somehow she’s at the mercy of a man she knows only as “Commander”. His demands are simple. Surrender her methods of banditry, or surrender her body. As his essence invades her intuitive ability—and her remaining senses—she becomes increasingly frantic to escape before she yields all that and more to her compelling captor.

Their sensual sparring ignites, and Michael finds himself wanting to erase Overlord’s myth from her fantasies in favor of the real man. But first he has to foil the slippery little devil’s escape attempts. And find out who’s been using her to unknowingly help the empire wipe him off the face of his own planet.