Dec 5, 2016

Winter Thrillz by T.L. Katt || Blitz with Kindle Fire Giveaway

COLD WINTER NIGHTS call for a bit of warmth and romance. I have the pleasure of sharing Winter Thrillz, by T.L. Katt, which features two sensual paranormal fantasies, perfect for a light read by the fireplace. Read on for details about the book, exclusive excerpt, and author information. Be sure to enter the giveaway found at the end of the post for a chance to win a Kindle Fire 7".


Winter Thrillz by T.L. Katt || Blitz with Kindle Fire Giveaway



***Contains mature elements that may not be suitable for YA readers.***

Two short paranormal romances: Tigress and Talons. Explore debut author T.L. Katt’s world of paranormal romance.

Jestin, in need of a vacation, takes a break to the mountains where strange events send him exploring the woods. What he finds changes his life forever.

It’s an ordinary day when Meg gets scooped up by a creature. She awakes in her own bed believing it was only a dream, until she finds puncture marks under her arms. In fear that she’s been injected with a virus, she flees to solve the mystery -- finding much more.

Publication Date is December 2nd 2016: Goodreads | Amazon

Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance

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Two green headlights showed behind the bushes of the forest. She knew they belonged to a someone not a something. A vehicle couldn’t push into the terrain and the trees were too closely set. Her body was in a helpless state. The green eyes moved closer, out of the brush and into clear view. Her heart should have been pounding wildly; instead a faint bump erupted from her chest every several seconds, slowing with each moment she sat there, incapable of moving thump... babump... thump. Her death was finally happening and the green-eyed beast had come to finish the job the taloned beast hadn’t.

The green-eyed beast moved closer and she could see a bush of fur hanging from its mouth. It dropped the bush of fur into her lap. She could feel its little heart beat every bit as faint and weak as her own, but couldn’t move her head or arms to look at and touch it. The beast brought his nose to her face, sniffing her mouth, neck, and nuzzling its nose under her right armpit. Not with affection, more like double-checking something. At this close distance she could smell its breath, which carried the scent of flesh and iron; blood. She recognized the flavorful odor of blood. The creature was some type of large dog; possibly a wolf, but most likely a coyote. They were known to roam these woods. If her heart had been working it would have been beating a million miles a minute in fear. Instead it continued its weary battle thump… babump… thump…

The beast took a few steps backwards. Its body began contorting and twisting. Bones crunched in such a way that she could only imagine it caused the beast horrendous agony. Its snout shrunk to the size of a human nose, and hair that had covered the animal from head to toe drew back inside its pores. The claws that had extended from the tips of its paws disappeared inside human flesh. In front of her stood a dark, robust man. Had she been able to scream, she would have. Fear seized whatever was left of her heart.



T.L. Katt lives in the south eastern U.S. with her two fur-children Crescent and Gibbous. She dabbles in graphic design, creating all her own covers, and writes stories that are more truth than fiction. Her favorite genres and writing preferences are paranormal and fantasy.

Find T.L. Katt: Website | Goodreads | Facebook | Mailing List



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