June 2nd, 2011
Book of the Day: Wicked Enchantment

The winner of yesterday’s book, Raven’s Quest, is Ashley L., who said, “I still prefer paperbacks over my Kindle. I just love the feel of an actual book in my hands. I love my Kindle for when I’m taking trips though because one Kindle takes up less space than a stack of books.” Congrats! Please drop me an email, Alice! Anyabast (at) gmail.com.

Today’s book……



When you’re a half incubus, your reputation precedes you…

All eyes are on Gabriel Mac Braire the day he makes his first appearance in the Seelie Court, including those of Aislinn Finvarra. Despite deep bitterness over her last failed relationship, Aislinn cannot help but be curious about the half incubus who is known to possess dark magick, both lethal and sexual in nature. Rumors abound of the women who have become enslaved to his irresistible charms.

So when the Summer Queen of the fae orders Aislinn herself to act as his guide in the court, she is understandably on guard. She’s fallen under the spell of far less persuasive men before. In addition, Gabriel might be more than he seems and his true mission is far from innocent.

This time, Aislinn must protect not only her heart, but her very life…


Read the first chapter and/or see the book video.

Answer in the comments for a shot at a copy of Wicked Enchantment. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow to see if you won.

What’s the last book you read that you LOVED and recommended to all your friends?

61 comments to “Book of the Day: Wicked Enchantment”

  1. I have to say, the last book I read that I actually enjoyed was “Green Eyed-Demon” by Jaye Wells. I absolutely adore Jaye Wells, and I’ve pretty much forced all of my book loving friends to read the series. The characters are so much fun, and so EASY to believe, their personalities funny as hell, and her writing is addicting. I’ve read the entire series at least three or four times to date, and am anticipating the next installment!


  2. Currently I would say River Marked by Patricia Briggs, though admittedly I will recommend just about any of the books I read. =^-^=


  3. That’s tough. I read a ton and I recommend a lot. The one I recommend to the widest range of people is Gail Carriger’s Parasol Protectorate. That is one funny series. And, it’s smartly written. For the more serious minded, I recommend Lori Armstrong’s Mercy series. I love strong, foul mouthed women!


  4. I’m probably late being on Alaska time, but here it goes…*S*

    The last series is still the Magnus Pack Series by Shelley Laurenston

    Pack Challenge: Magnus Pack, Book 1Shelly Laurenston

    Go Fetch: Magnus Pack, Book 2 by Shelly Laurenston

    Here Kitty, Kitty: Magnus Pack, Book 3 by Shelly Laurenston

    You will love these funny, strong and kick butt women and their mates.
    I don’t think I have laughed, cheered and just had such a good fun read in a series in a very long time.

    Thanks for the contest!

    Darcy

    pommawolf @hotmail.com


  5. Nalini Singh – both her Psy-Changeling and her Guild Hunter books


  6. The last book I read was Betty White, If you ask me and of course you won’t..it was great..I just love Betty as she is the same my Grandma was, she even looks like my Grandma..but I think she is better actress then the younger people are today…I wish they had more older actress on tv today..Kimy


  7. “Left to Die” and “Chosen to Die” by Lisa Jackson are two books I couldn’t put down. The first one ends on a cliffhanger so a person needs both books.


  8. Eternal Hunger by Laura Wright I read earlier this week and loved, just bought the second book in the series today!


  9. I really really enjoyed Blood Law by Karin Tabke and cannot wait for the next book in this series! The ending was way unexpected!! Anyhow, this is the one I’ve been recommending of late.


  10. Oh boy- I am constantly reading and talking books- from thriller/mystery like author Arnaldur Indridason, adventure like Matt Riley, romance/paranormal (want the top ten or first 20?) Rachel Vincent(Stray), Lora Leigh(Breed series),Devon Monk, Jeaniene Frost, Kelley Armstrong, Sherrilyn Kenyon are just a few I recommended today :-) Oh and just finished Eve of Distruction by S J Day!whew!


  11. DESIRE by Amanda Quick. It filled a need as I was reading it. I wanted to share that feeling and experience with others.