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Thursday Threads: A Pretty Penny by Neva Brown

TITLE: A Pretty Penny
AUTHOR: Neva Brown
HEAT LEVEL: Sweet with a touch of sensuous
HOW TO BUY: Amazon

BLURB: Clayton Brandt knows the cost of a woman but he never knew the value of a woman until Penny, quiet, efficient, and determined, invades his workplace then his life. Penny, inadvertently, sets off a chain of events that threatens her life and the happy-ever-after that she hoped for with Clayton. How they navigate through government agents’ plans, vindictive women's plans, and their vastly different upbringing to find common ground to nurture a love that clings through all the troubles and trials takes the reader on a compelling vicarious journey.
EXCERPT: Awestruck and wondering how a rodeo producer managed to have such a grandiose personal jet, Penny jumped in surprise at the clipped, commanding voice behind her. She turned and focused on the imposing man who extended a lean, hard hand for her to shake as he towered over her. “I presume you’re Wilma’s little friend.” His emphasis on “…

Thursday Threads: "The Turning Stone Chronicles" by CD Hersh

The Turning Stone Chronicles CD Hersh
GENRE: Paranormal Romance HEAT LEVEL: Sensual
BLURB: Three ancient Celtic families. A magical Bloodstone that enables the wearers to shape shift. A charge to use the stone’s power to benefit mankind, and a battle, that is going on even today, to control the world. Can the Secret Society of shape shifters called the Turning Stone Society heal itself and bring peace to our world?
Find out in "The Turning Stone Chronicles."

EXCERPTS: 1. Excerpt from The Promised Onebook one of the chronicles, currently available in eBook and paperback on Amazon at
Eli,           I know it’s been years since you’ve heard from me, not since my brother’s murder, but Alexi’s time has come. I tried to shield her from the destiny, teaching her only the basics of the ring and waiting until she was an adult to start any training. I didn’t want to push her, but now she is developing skills I’ve not taught her. I need someone from the Council to come …