Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Rockin the Heart Cover Reveal

ROCKIN the HEART by Gracen Miller
NA Contemporary
Expected release date: January 23rd
(unofficial blurb – official blurb will release along with the book on January 23, 2014)

If music nourishes the soul…

Loved by millions, but shunned by blood, Heath “Fang” Fangor has led his band, Hot Wired, to the top while others have fallen by the wayside. He devoted his life to music, and from that devotion harvested a new family—his band mates and fans.

A man can desire nothing else…or can he?

Living in the shadow of her brother’s fame sucks! Sam Collins is desperate to have what she wants—a simple and uncomplicated life. She’s no stranger to scandals and how they work. Now that she’s inadvertently dragged Fang into the center of her latest gossip, could the scandal she created in her quest for freedom have gone too far?

Amid stardom the heart stages a new melody…

Fang has more fame and fortune than he will ever need, but none of that matters if he can’t have the woman of his dreams. Years have been wasted waiting for the right moment to approach the woman his heart desires above all others. There’s just one major problem...she’s his best friend’s sister. To have her, he will have to risk it all.

That might be responsible for Rockin the Heart!

Displaying rocking the heartfinal small.jpg
Cover design by Andrea Kozari

Friday, December 6, 2013

A Welsh Wolf in Wellington blog tour

Displaying blog tour badge v2.jpg

Since most of Sasha’s story takes place in Wellington, the compact and thriving

capital city of New Zealand. I though it would be fun to feature a different part of the

city – especially those mentioned in the book – on each tour ‘stop’. Come and join me

on a truly unique virtual tour of Wellington.

Pauatahanui Inlet

Displaying pauatahanui.jpg

Pauatahanui (pronounced part-a-noo-ee) is a tiny village north of Wellington, with

green hills as a backdrop and a beautiful inlet of water that leads out to the sea. Even

on a stormy day this inlet is usually calm, and on a quiet day, it’s stunning.

Pauatahanui, by the way, is Maori for the big side of the paua shell, paua being a local

shellfish delicacy not unlike a giant scallop. The shells are exquisite to look at and

every craft and tourist shop you visit here, is filled with gifts decorated with paua


Displaying paua shell.jpg

Trailer, Excerpt, Giveaway and more...