Thursday, 15 November 2012

Back In Business - Kiale Dream and Other News

Posted by Nacomy Blue at Thursday, November 15, 2012 0 comments
Hello everyone. Sorry its been so long. I've had a few set backs the last few weeks that have placed a dent in the time I've had to write anything, far less blog.
I'm back at it though and damn, I've missed it.
So let's get straight to it.

Kiale Dream

Remember the first book in the Kiale Sons series, Kiale Dream? Here's a refresher in case you don't.

Chased from their home planet by a goddess bent on vengeance, demi-gods Ralden, Lee-vai and Micaiel escaped to earth only to find their survival depends on drinking human blood. Gifted with magical powers and a set of angel-like wings, the three have learned to hide in plain sight and after 1200 years, the eldest sibling, Ralden has found his mate in the form of one very stubborn earthling female, Zoey McKenna.
A dream walker, Zoey has had a very difficult life and is determined to protect her heart from further lose and pain. Convinced love is little more than fiction, she resists all Ralden's attempts to solidify their relationship but when her life is endangered, will this alien with the appetite of a vampire and the looks of an angel convince his mate to take a chance?

This book can be found at Red Sage, Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Kiale Dream has been entered in the You Gotta Read Reviews Cover contest at http://yougottaread.com/. It will be posted on November, 20, 2012 as #20 and voting is from November 21st to 26th. Please stop by to see what its all about. I would very much appreciate your vote.
We're not done with Kiale Dream as yet though. The first in the Kiale Sons Series will be featured in the center of http://www.theromancereviews.com/event.php party event page on December 5th. This will be a Q&A session so stop by and we can have a great time together. Also, on December 6th a Forum-styled CHAT is scheduled. I will be there for as much time as I can allot.

More Writing News


In other News, to get back into the spirit of writing, I've been working on a Christmas themed short story, Once Upon a December. It features Santa in a way you've never seen him before, a shape shifting hero trapped in an eternal winter wonderland, a grieving heroine in desperate need of the Christmas spirit and a disillusioned sorceress with a habit of overreacting. It will be released some time early in December. I still have some details to iron out concerning its cover and such but I will definitely keep you updated.

Thanks for sticking around and here's to a merry Christmas and a happy new years together!

'Til Next Time

Saturday, 15 September 2012

A Poem from Neil to Safire (Neil's Fire Teaser #2)

Posted by Nacomy Blue at Saturday, September 15, 2012 0 comments

Neil's Fire is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Red Sage.

Don't forget to leave a comment on my Facebook page for a chance to win a free copy.

Friday, 14 September 2012

Always Willing (Neil's Fire Teaser #1)

Posted by Nacomy Blue at Friday, September 14, 2012 0 comments



Neil's Fire is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Red Sage.

Don't forget to leave a comment on my Facebook page for a chance to win a free copy.

Thursday, 13 September 2012

GiveAway Time, Neil's Fire

Posted by Nacomy Blue at Thursday, September 13, 2012 0 comments
In celebration of Neil's Fire's upcoming eighth month anniversary (October 1st), I will be giving 3 lucky persons a chance to win a free eBook copy. All you have to do is leave a comment on Facebook page  from today to September 30th to be entered into this contest. Click the link for my page.
The winners will be announced on October 1st.

Leading up to the 1st, there will be 18 days of teasers, starting tomorrow.

If you need a reminder of what Neil's Fire is all about, read below.

Under the St. Lucian sun, Fate throws Safire Robins and Neil Ryan back together after a painful breakup four years before. Moving into her new apartment, Safire is shocked to find out that Neil is her downstairs neighbor and is determined to ignore his presence despite the attraction that still stirs her heart and her pants. Neil, seeing the chance to win back the love of the woman his heart refuses to forget, is determined to snatch up the opportunity. As a terrible hurricane threatens the beautiful island the one-time lovers let passion reign with a force to rival that of the tropical storm. But as the storm clears and they both come to terms with the past, will their blooming relationship survive? Or crumble under the weight of past transgressions?

Click here to read reviewers who loved Neil's Fire.
Click here to read excerpt.

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Rebirth Release

Posted by Nacomy Blue at Wednesday, August 01, 2012 0 comments
 I am so excited to announce the release of my new title, Rebirth.
As I said before, this is a tale of inner strength and perseverance and hope all who give it a chance see a little of themselves in the characters.
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With the birth of the first man, the phoenix, Aiden is assigned as protector of the human species. After years of fighting at each other’s side, man turns on the fire bird craving immortality and the power of the bird’s healing tears. With humanity’s betrayal, Aiden is forced to inhabit the shadows.


The bird is reborn every thousand years in a fiery ceremony and once more the time is near but Aiden is weary of living millennia after millennia alone, protecting a species that is proving itself increasingly self-destructive and unworthy of his defense. Lonely and questioning his purpose, Aiden is only able to resist the darkness threatening to consume his soul with the promise of finding his true mate.


Mackenzie Blackhorn is a budding artist on her way to bigger and better things, when abducted by a serial killer, her spirit is broken by the mad man. Unable to deal with the psychological trauma, Mackenzie seeks solace atop the snowy Montana Mountains.


Literally stumbling upon each other, these two wounded souls instantly connect in fiery harmony but as time runs out, will their budding romance overcome Aiden's dark secrets?



Read Excerpt by clicking here.

This title is available for the KDP Program from Amazon where Prime membership with Kindle device are allowed to borrow and read titles on the Program for free.
Click Below to get your copy today.


Look out for promotions to win a free copy in the upcoming weeks.
'til next time.

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Rebirth Excerpt

Posted by Nacomy Blue at Wednesday, July 25, 2012 0 comments



 Book Blurb

With the birth of the first man, the phoenix, Aiden is assigned as protector of the human species. After years of fighting at each other’s side, man turns on the fire bird craving immortality and the power of the bird’s healing tears. With humanity’s betrayal, Aiden is forced to inhabit the shadows. 

The bird is reborn every thousand years in a fiery ceremony and once more the time is near but Aiden is weary of living millennia after millennia alone, protecting a species that is proving itself increasingly self-destructive and unworthy of his defense. Lonely and questioning his purpose, Aiden is only able to resist the darkness threatening to consume his soul with the promise of finding his true mate.

Mackenzie Blackhorn is a budding artist on her way to bigger and better things, when abducted by a serial killer, her spirit is broken by the mad man. Unable to deal with the psychological trauma, Mackenzie seeks solace atop the snowy Montana Mountains. 

Literally stumbling upon each other, these two wounded souls instantly connect in fiery harmony but as time runs out, will their budding romance overcome Aiden's dark secrets?


Rebirth will be released August 1, 2012.


Rebirth Excerpt


A gust blew through, swaying the trees to the left before they snapped back to the center to do a merry dance, hanging icicles reflecting white light. It became still once more but for the willowy pirouette of the falling snow and Mac's anger drained into nothing but a shameful chill as she acknowledged that her anger was directed at herself. Suddenly her retreat felt very cowardly, like she gave up a life so many would have fought to have, all because she was afraid to face the past. The rush of emotion Aiden’s presence brought made her realize just how dead she’d been inside, burying unresolved feelings, just as she’d done her entirely life.
Merely existing was far from living. Being alone in these mountains for so long had shown her the difference. For the first time in five years, she felt like more than just a shadow of her former self, more than just an empty existence. She felt connected to another being. A spark of life heated her cells and she felt rejuvenated. 
“I’m sorry. I should not have taken my anger out on you,” she said, throwing a glance his way. “I’m not normally like this. At least not before…” she trailed off knowing she was about to reveal too much.
He acknowledged her apology with a nod. “We all have our moments.”
A companionable silence fell as they both looked into the wintery scene again. Shifting slightly she watched him from the corner of her eyes. He looked into the trees as well but instinct told her he was as aware of her as she was of him. He stroked her innate curiosity. With an enthusiasm she thought lost to her, she wanted to get to know him better. She wanted to know what made him different from everyone else. Well, apart from the obvious. There was a singularity that surrounded him like an invisible wall, making her wonder at his life. It seemed a very solitary way of being and that called to her. She understood loneliness, feeling like a tiny island in a vast ocean.
“You must be very lonely.” Her words clearly startled him. She startled herself with her forwardness.
He caught her gaze, the intensity making her breath come a little faster. “Why would you say that?”
“I image you don't have many friends.” What possessed her to say something like that? She scrambled to cover her careless words. “What I mean is, you probably don't tell many people about what you are. It must be hard living in the shadows.” She cringed internally. That sounded worse. “Oh no, I-” She trailed off before she dug a bigger hole for herself.
He did not answer but continued to look at her with a steady gaze that gave nothing of his thoughts away. “I'm sorry. I shouldn't have pried.” She dropped her gaze and pulled at a thread that was sticking out of her jeans.
“Not many people would look at my existence that way. Most people think it's a novelty, a privilege.” She looked up at his statement and his gaze was keen as ever. “In the beginning I did very much enjoy being humanity’s protector but things have changed. I’ve changed. Humanity’s changed.” He sighed wearily and admitted, “While I may not be very happy with the way things have turned out, I would not give it up. We don't all get to choose our destiny. We can only make the best of the path we’re given.”
“Yes,” she agreed. His words made her withdrawal seem all the more craven. His isolation was not of his choosing. Unlike her own.
“But it’s not all bad. I get to impress the ladies with all my pretty feathers,” he said, breaking into her depressing thoughts.  A smile stretched his lips and by all that made the world go ‘round, it was devastating. It softened the hardness that was part of him and made him look more approachable, sexier. She answered with one of her own. Satisfaction, and something else, heated his gaze.  “You have a beautiful smile, Mac.”
Just that easily the light camaraderie transformed into something hotter. She licked her lips nervously and uttered a soft, “Thank you.”
He followed the gesture with a predatory gleam. The arousal that flowed in a slow, deep ache suddenly flared out of control. His nostril flared and like a wild animal he sniffed the air. “You smell divine,” he growled and with a blink he was a fraction of an inch away.
Before she could react, he pulled her forward and pressed his lips against hers. She froze as shock gripped her, but not for long as his tongue gently licked the seam of her lips and all thought of resisting dissolved. She sighed as heat speared through her, molten and all-consuming.
Her eyes fluttered shut as he licked at her quaking lips again. He did not rush, did not press for a deeper contact, the kiss only a slow tasting, the effort clearly costing him in the sexual tension vibrating off him. Giving into the sensation she allowed lips to hesitantly close over his lower one. She did it again as her fingers tangled in his hair, the gloves preventing the contact she desired. He allowed her to explore, to familiarize herself with his taste, the firm texture of his upper lip contrasting with the surprising softness of the lower edge.
It was a chaste kiss. There was no tongue on tongue action just a simple touching of lips yet she squirmed as her clit burned for harder, more intimate contact. Remembering the incident in the kitchen, she pushed at his chest weakly and he let go instantly. Slowly her eyes opened to stared up into his glowing eyes. He took a step back, his breathing was as labored as hers, the air around him heated, and unbelievable steam did come off him.
She nearly giggled but sobered instantly. Men like him did not go for women like her. She swallowed. “I don’t need your pity.”
His grabbed her wrist and placed it over his over his swollen length. “I have been aching for you from the moment I laid eyes on you. You are beautiful, sexy as hell and it is all I can do not to strip your body bare and sink into you as deep as I can get.”
He fairly growled at her, his features hardening, his eyes perusing her length in her fashion that made her feel nude. That he could feel the same way that she did, even a fraction of it, was astonishing. “Oh.”
“Yeah, oh.”
She cleared her throat, a nervous action she could not prevent.
“You have to stop that unless you’re ready for the consequences.”
Stop what? Oh…
Her fingers were squeezing and releasing him rhythmically.
“Oh God, sorry. I’m sorry.” She felt color explode on her cheeks as she snatched her hand away, looking straight ahead only to be confronted with the perfection of his chest.
He chuckled and the sounded washed over her, deep and rough, like the man himself. It was the first time she heard him laugh and the sound pleased her more than she cared to admit. “No need to apologize. Let’s go in. You’re too tempting out here.”
“I’m just standing here.”
“Exactly.”

Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Rebirth Book Trailer

Posted by Nacomy Blue at Wednesday, July 18, 2012 0 comments
Have a look.
Enjoy.
Let me know what you think.


 

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