Reader contest… for Hunter's Need

UPDATE-Contest is over.

Winner name to be posted by the end of the week.

Okay, wanna win an ARC for Hunter’s Need?

This is the next book in my Hunter series and it’s about Duke and Ana, who were introduced in Hunting the Hunter.

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Duke is bitter. A shapeshifter betrayed by the psychic powers of Analise Morell, he cannot forgive her for putting him in the clutches of a feral vampire, but he also can’t shake his desire for her. And when she needs a Hunter, Duke must face his demons—and hers…


Desperate voices are battering Ana’s psychic shields. A serial killer with extraordinary powers is about to strike again, and the tormented souls of his previous victims are screaming for her help. But Ana can’t understand why they want her…

Their INSATIABLE desire

After what she did to him, Ana is sure Duke must be using her…but if he is, so be it. Ana can’t fight her longing for him, can’t fight the desire that’s haunted her for years. For Duke, every fiber of his soul—both the man and the cougar within—yearns to protect and possess her.…


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The rules:

  • You can enter only once.
  • One entry per household!
  • You must comment at my blog…not via facebook/myspace/etc.
  • If you win, you agree not to sell/trade/give away the ARC until after the book releases in December.
  • If you win, you agree not to scan it and upload to filesharing sites (this is also known as COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT)
  • You must provide me with your e-mail address (a valid email) when you post.
  • (Please note, you don’t need to enter the email in the comment field, just make sure you put a valid email in the email field when you fill out the comment form)
  • It is your responsibility to check back and see if you win.
  • International entries are fine.
  • Contest runs through the first few weeks of October.
  • Winners names to be posted to the blog in late October.
  • Do NOT post this contest to sweepstakes sites.  I will end the contest if it ends up on a sweepstakes site-I also reserve the right to end the contest without drawing a winner.