#BeyondFairytales blog hop – if you believe in #magic come join the fun!

Welcome to the Beyond Fairytales Blog Hop! We’re glad you made it, and hope you check out all the posts by awesome Decadent Publishing authors, bloggers and more.

My Decadent fairytale story, Darkest Magic, is currently in a boxed set with 4 other terrific stories. Here’s the details:


Once Upon a Marriage by Sara Daniel
Before Armina Keer can have the baby she dreams of, she needs her estranged husband Ian to sign their divorce papers. Putting everything on the line for a second chance, Ian must convince her their love is worth saving, and Armina must decide if love is worth sacrificing her dreams.

A Riddle for Love by Lara Nance
Dr. Avar Elsier has spent the past ten years developing the ideal human-like android for his company. In his spare time, he’s created the perfect persona for his dream woman that only needs the right body to make her real.

When an emergency forces him to insert his “woman” into a unit designed for a high-paying customer, he falls in love and cannot bear to let her go. Will he find a way to make their love last and escape from Mars before his secret is discovered or worse, the woman he loves is lost forever?

Operation Owl by Tara Quan
Accused of espionage and treason, Zack Strong needs a forensic accountant to clear his name. Not knowing who he can trust, this white-hat hacker turns to his best friend for help. Wanted by the NSA and unable to shake the memory of a kiss they once shared, Zack and Maya must outwit the US government to find their happily ever after.

Darkest Magic by Eva Lefoy
Nik Epperstein’s alpha lost his mate two years ago and took an evil witch as his new bride. Ever since then, Eli’s leadership has become violent, bordering on insane. When Eli attacks him, Nik’s healing powers mysteriously vanish. He can’t defend himself, nor protect the wolf he secretly loves. Only through the help of a foul-mouthed witch and an overly-dramatic dwarf will he save her – but their assistance comes at a price.

The Star Princess by Jessica E. Subject
In one week, Princess Ro’sa will board a spaceship, leaving her home on Minjet to be with her betrothed on Earth. The only problem is, she detests the prince’s selfish and arrogant ways, preferring to spend time with his personal aide, a man who stirs her desires in ways she never imagined possible with his radiant blue eyes and smouldering lips. And oh, the way he touches her.

Each of these stories is available separately, but currently the boxed set is $0.99 – so if you haven’t read them all, now’s your chance!


For more on the Beyond Fairytales line, check out the blog at http://decadentpublishingbeyondfairytales.blogspot.com/

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Darkest Magic is a blend of shifter and magic. It’s got a dwarf, battling witches, good wolves and bad wolves. And…I like to think that I left the way open for book II. Some day, I’ll give the alpha a happy ending. For right now, though, the Beta saves the day. Let’s hear it for Beta wolves!

Blond athletic man with well developed abs and pecs

He looks very wolf-like, doesn’t he?

Yes, he’ll do nicely and maybe if we wink at him, he’ll help me introduce my giveaway. 🙂

Are you smiling? Heh.

Since this is a fairytale hop, I’m going to buy one lucky reader an ebook copy of the Red Book of Grownup Fairytales boxed set. To enter, tell me what words come to mind when you see this character:

Tyrion Lannister from HBO’s Game of Thrones

Remember I said there was a dwarf in Darkest Magic? Help me describe him – hint: he’s a lot like Tyrion!

Good luck and don’t forget to visit the other sites and to enter the Rafflecopter for more great prizes!


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12 thoughts on “#BeyondFairytales blog hop – if you believe in #magic come join the fun!

  1. I’ve never really watched game of thrones (I guess one episode doesn’t count :-)) but – from memory – he’s quite the success with the ladies, and clever, too. Where clever is also manipulative and cunning, perhaps.

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  3. ack! methinks the blog hop has ended. I asked Random.org to pick a number and it’s 10. So commentor #10 you’ve won!! Wheee! * flails kermit arms*

    I guess one was a pingback – but no matter. Last in line #9 is the one!

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