Monday, February 17, 2014

Happy Birthday To Me...Get 1, 2 and 3 FREE FREE FREE of my BLOODBREEDERS SERIES~

That's right they are back, and I want to share them with the, I am giving all three away for five days starting today on my birthday.

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Not once in her life did farm girl Renee Crocker, imagine she would encounter a world found only in the minds of myth-seeking men. Although what they sought were not always unheard of in other parts of the world, those very things they found would all be a complete mystery to the town folk of Burkett, Texas.

Renee’s life changed late one evening during supper, when a handsome stranger came knocking on the door of the Crocker family farm house… and was invited inside. It didn’t take long for Renee to discover a great number of things that people in her neck of the woods couldn’t even begin to contemplate. The dark of night took on a whole new meaning and the once vulnerable, young country woman finds herself struggling to survive in a world that demand she live forever in darkness.
Renee thought she had gone through the worse nightmare thought possible, but little did she know that more danger lurked in every shadow. Her intentions were to go back to Cuba and fulfill a promise made to ‘the two’ that helped her escape an unbelievable hell.

What she discovers on her return, changes her destiny and places her on a path that could only be imagined by the morbidly insane. Many questions remain… will she be able to fulfill the needs that have taken hold of what little heart she has left? Can the faith of a country girl turned breeder, with the help of those who would follow her into hell itself… be enough? Or will they find themselves in a situation that no one could get them out of?
Many things had come to pass long before their journey began, and they knew the time had come to seek for others. The wicked ways of the Bloodbreeders had to be stopped even if it meant they would breathe their last breath in the efforts to make that happen. For centuries many had endured unspeakable acts and heinous torture at the hands of those they were forced to call “Master”. Renee was not one who could sit by and watch it continue. Not if she could do something to bring this madness down.

Abducted not long after she was brought into this world of darkness, she fortunately fared better than most and did not witness years of abuse as the others had, and used that to her advantage. Now Renee had gathered a small group who would follow her into hell itself to see the Bloodbreeder world change and change for the good of all. Even if it meant they had to travel the world killing the wicked to set the innocent free…no matter who may die along the way.
I would love to share the book cover of book four, Lies Beneath London with you, but it's not ready at this time, but I will share a small excerpt from the book with you. I'll do my best to make sure there are no spoilers...most who have read book three might be a bit upset. ; )
Excerpt: Bloodbreeders: Lies Beneath London
A piece from Ch. 17
An hour later we were winding our way through a broken down, two story building, that was made from wood, not stone as I thought it would have been, being everything standing tall that I had seen so far had been. It was as gray as the street was black. The wood crumbled under the weight of my shoes, as I followed the others over the fallen debris. The deeper we made our way into the fallen depths of the city the darker it became and the thoughts of my walking in the fresh night air with the open sky above my head disappeared. The smells of stench was nothing like that of the enclosed tunnels, but it held the hint of death regardless. Rats scurried across the broken cobblestone streets, as we showed a force of power walking in a group as big as the one we had.
Derek bumped Jacob on the side and lifted his head toward an alleyway that had four young youths standing lazily about watching us as we past. I thought I heard the faint sound of purring, and turned my attention to Fala who was still in his animal form at Jacob request. He said he thought it would be best if those who lived in the Narrows saw our group walking with a beast that they were used to seeing and one that they knew better than to mess with.  Fala paid no attention to the four letting me know they were no threat to us, but I could swear the purr sound that I was hearing wasn’t coming from the wolf behind me, but the four youths watching us from the alley. I looked over staring for a long while as we moved by. Two of the boys looked at each other and started laughing. It was then that I knew where the purring sound was coming from. Their teeth were just like the teeth of the dead men hanging on the dungeon walls of Cheree’s estate. They were cat people, and the first I had ever seen alive.
I had asked Jacob why he called this area the Narrows, and he said because he knew no other name for it, and it was what they called the ruins of the city around France, a place that he and Cates knew well. “We are being followed,” Fala said in a voice as low as his large stature would allow. When I whispered back asking if it were the four standing in the alley, he just shook his massive head once replying that it was not. Jacob stopped turning his head to the right, gripping the blade on his hip. Each of us followed suit.
“The elder’s assassins have found us,” he hissed through clinched teeth sliding his blade from its sheath. Tammy and I both squatted to the ground spinning out to the side looking for any signs of movement, while Fala and Derek put their backs to us looking in the direction we were not. Jacob, and Cates, took a fighting crouch; Jacob turning his blade in a figure eight motion as Cates popped his neck to the side. Garvin mimicked their stance holding his blade out in front of him with his back to theirs.
An ear piercing scream rang out raising every hair on the back of my neck. It didn’t sound like a normal or breeder, it was far too high pitched. Several more rang out, with loud hissing and roars of howls much like Fala’s, but with nowhere the embodiment of his deep guttural outburst. These were more like the cries of two wild cats fighting, only these wild cats sounded twice the size and like they were fighting for their lives. The four youths must have stepped out behind us at the wrong time. In an abrupt fashion everything fell silent.
“Ready yourselves,” Jacob called back, taking his weapon with both hands turning his body in a sideway position.
“I can’t see anything,” Tammy said as she and I stood straighter.
No more than the words left her lips a body dropped down in between Derek, and the three of us that were grouped together. He looked down and out of nowhere took a blade across his upper back. He yelled out dropping to his knees as Jacob brought his blade up just in time to stop the assassin, dress in such a manner that he blended perfectly with our surrounding, from taking Derek’s head off at the shoulders. Another black figure went over the top of our heads so fast that I would have missed it if not for the small pieces of rubble falling from the bottom of his feet. Fala sliced at open air, missing the dark figure as the assassin’s feet connected with his snout, knocking him backwards and into the decayed wood of a building going right into the unknown beyond. Tammy instinctively put her arm around me and pulled me behind her. I wrapped my free hand around hers as we looked for the figure to strike again.
Jacob and the first masked assassin swung blade to blade matching each other’s move as if they had study side by side. Cates pushed Garvin aside and dove knocking Tammy and I to the ground as we heard metal hit and saw sparks fly. Cates’ arm never stop as he pulled back feeling the tip of his blade make contact and a distinct grunt confirming it. Cates rolled and was on his feet holding his blade out waiting for his enemy to advance, with Tammy and I, being pushed back toward the rotting wall where Fala had disappeared. Garvin was dragging Derek who was trying to get to his feet in our direction, as Jacob and the other assassin kicked, leaping in the air, swinging their blades like they were attached to some kind of invisible strings. The assassin kicked out hitting Jacob in the upper chest knocking him back several feet, then ran at him. Jacob slid on both feet never falling to the ground, stopping with a loud fighting yell, kicking his foot straight up as the assassin was bringing his blade down. The assassin’s head went back as his body arched in midair, blood flying from his mouth as the mask tore from his face leaving him with only a hood to hide the pale glow of his bloodbreeder flesh.
Jacob took in a deep breath and stormed on heavy feet, yanking the assassin up by the back of his black fitted suit. He yelled out and raised his blade coming down only to have it blocked with a counter blade and taking a fist on the side of his face. Jacob stumbled back, angrily spitting blood on the ground looking sideways at his query, and jumped up into the air at the same time the assassin did. In unison the blades hit, sparks showered down as their feet landed hard, and both stood face to face with their arms above their heads locked hand and blade staring into familiar eyes. Jacob, had he not known better would have sworn he was looking back at Jessica, and the one looking at him held the same shock as he looked back at Jacob. He kicked Jacob in the stomach, knocking him backwards, then ran to his fallen companion and pulled him to his feet. The assassin turned back and looked at Jacob as he got to his feet staring  in disbelief, then disappeared into the alley without as much as a sound.
“Why didn’t you kill him when you had the chance?” Cates asked, turning Jacob to see if he had been wounded.
“I don’t know, Cates. There was something about him… how is Derek, and Fala?”
“I’m fine, but it hurts like hell,” Derek replied with Tammy probing his back.
“The slice is a long one but it’s not deep,” she said, dabbing at the wound with a piece of her shirt.
Noise came from the half standing building behind us and we all jumped to our feet, ready for another attack. Two of the youth’s that we had seen in the alley had Fala the werewolf under his fur covered arms helping him through the debris covered floor of the place that was once someone’s home. He stepped through the hole his body had made first, then turned and took the hand of one of the youth’s helping him out next. We watched until they were out with no one saying anything, because of the sheer shock of seeing them with Fala, and secondly, because I for one didn’t know what to say.
“They killed our brother’s,” one said. “I’m Luther, and this is my brother, Lane. We can show you the way through the forbidden zone. We know who you are.”
“Who are we, Luther?” I asked stepping up, sliding my blade back in its sheath.
“You are the ones. You come to stop them from killing our people, it is being told all over the city,” he replied, blinking bright green eyes at me.
(Please forgive my typos...this has not been edited. )

Hope you all enjoy my Bloodbreeder babies...You will not soon forget them! Book four will release soon~ And the adventure will continue after book five, from the year 1936 right on into the now in book six. The first five books are the first two years of the main key character's walk into darkness and the family that she gains and the ones she loses along that dark ride. Absolutely not for the faint of heart...very graphic in the violence department...I like to think of this series as the other side of the paranormal vampire world, the side no one wants to talk about.

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