Saturday, October 17, 2015

Saturday's Blurbs feature Books by Fiona McGier #MFRWauthor #romance #paranormal

Note that if readers want to purchase my books from my publisher, they can get 50% off by using the coupon code of: 61NF17DV2LEX
1-Prophecy of the Undead

Keisha is a neurobiology researcher determined to discover the secret to intelligence to save humanity from itself.  What she learns leads her to realize a bigger threat comes from beyond the stars.  Yuri is a Russian vampire whose long-dead feelings respond to the scientist whose brain he admires but whose curves he can't resist.  Will his love reach the places in her heart that she has ignored for so long?  And can they defeat the prophecy of the undead to find happiness sharing eternity?

2-Mayan Prophecy Fulfilled (the short sequel to finish the story)As a gifted child she was given to the state by her Chinese parents, leading to a harsh life.  Her un-dead existence has been worse.  When other vampires urge her not to further the destruction of humans, they bring a blue-skinned alien Visitor. She never expected to discover her own humanity in the arms of an alien; he never expected to fall in love.  Can their passion bridge the gap between their races?  And can they join forces to face the return of the Mayan aliens and save humanity?

3- For The Love of His Life (Minnesota Romance, Book 1)
When a famous action star needs to clean-up for a major role that even he doubts he can deliver, the director sends him up to a resort owned by his grandmother in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area of upper Minnesota, to learn to commune with nature.  His guide is Veronica, the director's cousin, a tall, athletic woman who has the relaxed, sensible nature of someone who knows herself well.  Raul's initial clumsy attempt to seduce her makes her he calls her fat.  Is there any hope that their relationship will progress beyond its rocky start? Will the local woman he grows to love believe someone who "lies for a living"?  And can Raul overcome his partying nature to discover what is really important in life?

Note: one reviewer said this was "the best book of the year" when it was published.

4- Only One Man Will Do  (Minnesota Romance, Book 2)

Tough-as-nails businesswoman by day, Alexandra is a biker queen by night. She's never been satisfied with just one man, enjoying all of the men she "hand-picked" for her gang.  When a large Russian man inserts himself into her life, she follows her instincts to some explosive sex.  Ex-KGB agent Dmitri has been wandering across the US for years. When the woman he's sent to deliver an ultimatum to turns out to be his favorite fantasy come true, he decides to try to convince her that he can be all the man she needs.  But he's not willing to share her with her gang, and she's not willing to give up other men.  When two of her bikers are killed, Dmitri is the main suspect.  How far is he willing to go to keep her to himself?  And has she really fallen in love for the first time ever...with a murderer?
Note: A steamy read!  It takes a lot of sex to keep a biker queen happy.

5-Her Last Resort  (Minnesota Romance, Book 3)

The heroine and the hero are both in their 50s. She's retired after 30 years with the CIA, he's ex-KGB.  Her daughter from a failed marriage wants to have a relationship with her, so she agrees to spend a week in a cabin at a resort owned by the ex-KBG man. It's the tale of two love stories, because love can happen at any age, but also the love between a mother and child is a powerful love story also. The only problem is that someone is trying to kill the heroine, and she's never asked for help from anyone before.

Note: The Reyes Family Romances tell the stories of the adventures in love experienced by the members (and friends) of a large Hispanic family.  There are 6 books in the series, and one is a free download:

6- Prescription For Love (Reyes Romance # 4)

Enrique, the oldest of the Reyes sons, was named after his father’s father, creating a special bond between them.  While in medical school, Enrique accompanied Abuelo back to his hometown in Mexico. Now Enrique is the doctor there, enjoying his practice and his adopted town.  The only thing he is missing is a wife.  Enrique wants an equal: a strong, independent woman whom he can woo into sharing her life with him.  When Tanora Doyle, a bi-racial research biologist arrives in town, he is intrigued.  But will the baggage she carries keep them apart?  Or can Enrique cure whatever ails her, and solve his problem as well?

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