Tuesday, August 6, 2013

PROMO & REVIEW: Something to Howl About by Azura Ice

After three years, Basil finally secures a reservation at the Desert Patch Steampunk Resort. As excited as he is about his 1Night Stand match, he still can’t keep his mind off the one man he wants most. But sometimes love carries a price, especially when his dream comes true and Jason strolls into The Cursed Revolver Saloon.

A stranger has set his sights on Basil, and the one-night stand becomes not only difficult but extremely dangerous. Attacked by a powerfully wealthy lycanthrope, Basil and Jason must fight for their lives and their love. Only by defeating an Alpha wolf can Basil protect his new lover and gain his full powers.

Can Madame Eve's magic overcome fear of rejection and forbidden desires to give Jason and Basil something to howl about?

Buy Link: http://www.decadentpublishing.com/product_info.php?products_id=761&osCsid=cakg40dqtlmbqji2dcqk2umcc2

About The Author:
Azura Ice writes several subgenres of romance, which includes, but is not limited to het, ménage, m/m and can be set in contemporary times or even in a far away world or another dimension. Azura’s muse leads her by the hand, and her fingers do the light-speed typing.
Who is Azura Ice? She’s a full-time author represented by an awesome literary agent. She is also owned by two crazy felines of tabby descent (although they swear they’re of Egyptian lineage). Azura writes in an attic study that overlooks a beautiful valley, and enjoys her husband’s company when he’s permitted to enter her domain. However, if he brings offerings of coffee and an occasional chocolaty treat, she’s inclined to let him in her office more often.
 Website: http://ablueice.wordpress.com
Email:  bicknellbrown@sbcglobal.net
Twitter: @FLBicknell

Pondering the information, he ascended the hotel’s steps in time with him. What could have possibly happened between Jason and Samantha?
His friend must have sensed his attention. He turned and looked at Basil as he opened the door. “I’ll tell you everything once we have privacy.”
“Did it end horribly?”
Shaking his head, Jason followed him into the lobby. “No, I expected it would be worse if she ever found out what I am, but she was eerily calm about it.”
Basil led him up to his room. Closing the door behind them, he asked, “What happened, Jason?”
“Samantha has always known I’m bisexual,” he began. “But she never knew anything about me being a natural lycanthrope.”
“Why didn’t you tell her before you got married?”
“We only loved one another as friends. She married me to shut my family up about settling down, and so her mother would leave her alone about grandchildren. Samantha’s only stipulation for our marriage was she wanted a career first and children later.”
“How’d she find out about your lineage?”
“My mother.” Jason sat on the edge of the bed. “Mom thought Samantha already knew about our family. Samantha mentioned her mother had asked when we planned to start a family, and then Mom blurted something about wanting grandchildren so our natural werewolf gene could be passed on before I grew too old to sire offspring. Samantha freaked.”
“She could handle a marriage of convenience.” Basil summed up the story. “And she’s fine with you being bisexual, but she couldn’t deal with having a lycanthrope husband or children?”
“No, and trust me, I understand her reasons, but I think our farce marriage became too much for her. After she calmed down, she announced she wanted a divorce, but not because of me and my lycanthrope family.”
He frowned. “Then why?”

Sarah's Review:

So, I first need to thank Decadent Publishing for allowing me the chance to promote Azura Ice's stories.  I am a huge fan of the 1NS series but there are so many that I have a hard time deciding what to read.   This story was one that has sat on my Kindle for a while, but never caught my attention to read.  I am not really a paranormal/shifter reader, so maybe that is why I never got around to it.  However, I am glad that I did finally read it. 

I enjoyed this short story and even though it wasn't something I normally read, I was intrigued by the story.  Basil captivated me with his inner musings about his friend Jason and I hoped that Madame Eve worked her magic yet again.   Of course, being Madam Eve, she does work her magic and we meet Jason and I loved Basil and Jason together. 

Although, the cowboy that was describe sounded very hot, until we learned what a .......well, I am not sure what I want to call him, but it isn't nice.........he actually is. 

It's tough to review this one because I don't want to give anything away, but if you like shifter romances, this is one I would recommend. 

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