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Friday, 16 March 2018

BLOG TOUR, REVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - Tainted Rose (Starlight Gods #2) by Yumoyori Wilson

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Tainted Rose
by Yumoyori Wilson
(Starlight Gods #2)
Publication date: November 10th 2017
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance


I failed…

My name is Ryder Carter, future heir of Realm Five, Minato.

I was destined to do great things, to walk alongside my fellow star knights, as we desperately searched for the woman who would lead our galaxy to salvation.

My spirit and I had failed her once, unable to prevent the chain of events and challenges she’d faced for sixteen cycles. Then, we finally found her – alive.

Within two rotations, she’d blossomed into a beautiful rose – such delicate petals, filled with purity and life. My mission was to guide her home, to where she truly belonged, as our Princess and saviour from the approaching darkness. She was more than just our Princess; I loved her with all my heart.

But…I failed. My once perfect rose, damaged by my failures. Would she ever forgive me, her star knight who’d sworn to protect her? Will I ever get the chance to tell her how much she means to me…to us?

Only the Starlight gods can tell. Please…bring my Firefly home.

~In Stars We Trust~

Tainted Rose is Book Two in the new, paranormal reverse harem series. 

Recommended for 18+ audience, containing mature sexual content and strong language. 

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5 out of 5 (exceptional)

Tainted Rose is the second book in the Starlight Gods series, and I'm so excited for the third book already! I can't wait!!!

We start where Dark Wish ended - Mako/Midnight are recovering from the attack. However, we learn that her Knights survived the attack, and it was all part of a 'big plan'. The trouble is, Mako is in a coma, and shows no signs of waking up, which puts a HUGE strain on all the guys, with Ryder bearing the brunt of it all. Through faith, luck, and pixie dust - sorry, I meant FAIRY dust, Mako does wake up, but things are quite as normal as she, and the guys, wanted.

There is so much I could say about this story, but I really don't want to give away any spoilers. Once again, this is an amazing story that completely gripped from the first word to the last. Mako is just as quirky as she was in the first book, and she now has her ginger Knight too, which she is VERY happy about. I love how we see the different spirits to each of them, plus how the Knights all have their own very individual characters, and their own histories too. Poor Daniel, that's all I'll say on that one!

With no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt my reading flow, this story flowed very nicely indeed. Once again ending on a cliffhanger, I am left waiting and wanting for the third book in this series. Absolutely loving it, and definitely recommended by me.

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Yumoyori Wilson is from Toronto, Ontario. She loves to sleep and write her days away. She works at night as a registered nurse. She has a little addiction to bubble tea and coffee but loves to workout. She has big plans for the writing world and can't wait to share them with everyone.

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VBT, GUEST POST & #GIVEAWAY - Blooming Into Life by Kristie Booker


Women’s Fiction



Growing up on a farm in Brockville, Illinois, did not prepare Colleen O’Brien Adler to be the wife of a wealthy entertainment lawyer living in Chicago. It certainly didn’t prepare her to be Dinah Adler’s daughter-in-law. The stay-at-home mother of two has more than she’s ever wanted—a personal stylist, a prestigious country club membership, a multimillion-dollar home—but she finds herself not only struggling with depression and body image but also failing as a parent and fearing for her marriage. Her life is about to change when an invitation to a wellness meeting arrives in her inbox. With some coaxing from personal coach Kory Stone, she commits to a new beginning. But will she be able to overcome the things that are holding her back?

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“How many of you are here to lose weight?” Kory asked.

Colleen raised her hand along with every other woman in the room. Noticing how skinny over half the room was, Colleen wondered why they were raising their hand.

“While your goal is weight loss, my goal is to help you find yourself, your true self,” Kory said.

“What if our true self just needs to lose weight?” Beth said.

The women around the table laughed. Kory smiled at her. “I want to help you see beyond your physical body and dig deep into what makes your heart happy.”

Beth’s smile faded as she considered Kory’s words. Colleen had no idea what made her heart happy. She loved the girls and Jay. They made her happy. They also made her exhausted. Besides her bed, a vanilla latte and a bottle of wine, she couldn’t put her finger on anything that truly made her happy.

“The hardest part about finding out what makes you happy is being truthful about what isn’t making you happy,” Kory said. “In order to lose weight and keep it off, you have to commit to working hard to overcome the things that are holding you back.”

Colleen wasn’t sure she could commit to doing whatever work Kory was talking about. Some things in her life were too difficult to overcome. 

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What do you do when you’re not writing?
When I’m not writing, I'm spending time with my family. I have two sons that play hockey so there’s a lot of driving and cooking involved. I love to hang out at home or go to one of our neighborhood restaurants for a quiet dinner.

Do you have a day job as well?
I work as a wellness coach. I love to inspire and motivate women to step out of their comfort zone and reach for their dreams. My background as a wellness coach helped me guide the protagonist through her transformational journey.
What was your favourite book as a child?
I always loved reading the Frog and Toad Are Friends stories. I thought it was cool that they lived in their own little houses without parents.

When did you start writing and when did you finish your first book?
I dabbled in writing for the past decade. I took writing workshops and various classes but never had the courage or the dedication to actually write a book. When I decided to make a go of writing a book, I picked up a story I’d started a few years prior and got to work. The story was completed in three months. However, it took me another fifteen months to rework/rewrite the 76,000-word manuscript into something I was ready to publish. As a new writer, I had a lot to learn and a lot of kinks to work out in my writing. Enlisting the help of a writing coach toward the end helped tremendously.

How did you choose the genre you write in?
I choose to write what I liked to read – fun and light women’s fiction. I added an inspirational twist because I love to be inspired myself and enjoy inspiring others.

Where do you get your ideas?
My ideas come from issues that bother me. Blooming Into Life was inspired by my work as a wellness coach. I began noticing how many women were measuring their self-worth by their exterior. I wanted to write a story about a woman with a broken self-worth that takes steps to heal and discover who she is in the process.

Are you a planner or a pantser?
I’m definitely a pantser. I’ve always wanted to be a planner but for some reason when I’m a planner all I seem to do is plan. When I finally stopped planning what I was going to write, I actually started writing. Plans seem to suffocate me.

What has been the best compliment?
The best compliment has been that Blooming Into Life inspired the reader to be a better version of themselves. I love hearing how people are moved by Colleen’s story and want to be better because of it.

What sort of Starbuck’s coffee would your characters order? Simple coffee or some complicated soy-non-fat-extra-espresso-half-caff-nightmare?
Colleen orders a double shot vanilla latte in the story. She relies on heavily caffeinated drinks with plenty of sugar to get through her days.

What sort of writing environment do you create? I.e. music or not? Pen and paper or laptop/PC?
I love listening to Indie Singer-Songwriters Radio, Chris Stapleton Radio or French CafĂ© Radio on Pandora. In the winter months, I light candles, turn on the fireplace and in the summer I sit on my front porch. I do my best writing in the morning with a great cup of coffee. When I get stir crazy at home, I go to my local coffee shop. My ideas flow faster through my fingertips on the keyboard. When I’m rewriting/editing, I need a printed copy and a pencil to rework. I always use a pencil and never a pen. I go through a lot of erasers.

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Kristie Booker is the author of Blooming Into Life, a blogger and a Wellness Coach. She enjoys coaching and inspiring women through her writing as well as in person. Kristie is a wife and mother of two sons. She grew up in rural Illinois, but now lives in Chicago.

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Thursday, 15 March 2018

BLOG TOUR & #GIVEAWAY - Would it be Okay to Love You? (Would It Be Okay to Love You? #1) by Amy Tasukada

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A robot fanboy. An erotic voice actor. Will their secrets overwhelm their love?

Sato doesn’t get out much. The anime company accountant spends his days at a desk and his nights working on his own small-scale robots. His geeky life is like a dream, but it has just one piece missing…

The world only knows outgoing playboy Aoi for his moans. The budding voice actor has sworn off relationships since they’ll only distract him from his budding voice acting career. That was until he met Sato.

As Aoi’s popularity rises and secrets about his past begin to reveal themselves, can the accountant and the voice actor rise above their problems to create something real?

After a few more minutes of searching, Sato found two model kits worthy of assembling. He liked one figure more, but the other would be more challenging. After all, he couldn’t spend his entire New Year’s vacation watching anime like last year.

“It’s really hard to pick one sometimes, isn’t it?” Sato said.

“I guess so,” the teenager said.

Sato bit his lip. Usually he wouldn’t hold a conversation with random strangers, but the teen clearly loved Gundam as much as he did. Why else would he linger as much as he had?

The teenager lifted his sunglasses and perched them on his black beanie. Blond hair peeked out from under the hat. He smiled at Sato, showing the dimples on his cheeks.

“They let you dye your hair in school now?” Sato blurted out without thinking. “A friend of mine got in trouble when he lightened his to brown.”

“I’m twenty-five.”

“Oh, please excuse me, I didn’t mean…” Sato bit his lip.

“Is it because I’m short?” The dimples disappeared, and a mischievous glint appeared in the man’s green eyes. “Maybe you’re just really tall.”


“Don’t worry so much. I once bought my friend a pack of cigarettes and a cop popped out of nowhere and said I was too young to use the vending machine. He went into this big lecture, then I showed him my ID and he thought it was a fake! He threatened to call my parents and everything.”

Sato gave a weary smile and rubbed the back of his neck. Knowing the blond was close to his own age zapped away what little social courage he possessed.

The man’s gaze met Sato’s, then wandered down his body without shame. Sato’s face grew hot, and his heart thumped in his ears.

“So is everything else about you as big?” he asked.


The guy was actually flirting with him? Sato’s technique consisted of vaguely making eye contact and hoping the other person realized he was into him. The way the blond’s crooked smile spread across his face didn’t make Sato’s heart beat any quieter.

In the accounting department, the most out-there anyone got was wearing a khaki suit. Sato had never even talked to anyone bold enough to wear colored contacts and dye their hair so drastically. He pushed up his glasses but couldn’t squeak out a reply.

“So which one did you decide on getting?” the blond asked.

Sato swallowed. The man still wanted to hold a conversation with him?

“I think this one.” Sato picked a five-hour do-it-yourself kit. It would take him three if he was lucky.

“Nice choice.”

Sato rubbed his sweaty palms against his coat. “I—ah—which one are you getting?”

“Oh, these.”

He held up a few manga graphic novels. The cover of one had a man clinging onto another man, his private parts covered by a conveniently placed bedsheet. They were boys’ love novels. Sato’s tongue twisted into a Windsor knot like his tie.

If the guy was reading them, then he surely had to be gay, or at least bi. Though the fact he’d flirted with Sato had to be the biggest giveaway.

Sato’s breath caught in his throat even thinking of buying a gay manga himself.

Sure he’d dated people who were out before. There’d been that upperclassman in high school, but that had only lasted three days. His college boyfriend had lasted longer. They’d been in the same trigonometry class and had even studied together. Then he’d stopped taking Sato’s calls after the final exam. Sato tugged at his tie. He couldn’t really count those as meaningful relationships.

The man stared at Sato.

“So you’re not getting a kit?” Sato asked.

“I ducked here to hide from them.” The blond pointed to the door where the group of women walked out.

“All of them?”

He laughed. “What can I say?”

Amy Tasukada lives in North Texas with a calico cat called O’Hara. As an only child her day dreams kept her entertained, and at age ten she started to put them to paper. Since then her love of writing hasn’t cease. She can be found drinking hot tea and filming Japanese street fashion hauls on her Youtube channel.





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Wednesday, 14 March 2018

BLOG TOUR, REVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - The Lion Tamer (Sin Bin #6) by Dahlia Donovan

Author: Dahlia Donovan
Title: The Lion Tamer
Series: The Sin Bin, Book 6
Genre: Gay Romance
Release Date: February 20, 2018
Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing
Cover Designer: Claire Smith

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One dominant Marine.
One troubled rugby player.
The Sin Bin will never be the same.

Gray Baird’s to-do list for the year includes starting a restaurant, claiming his submissive, and keeping his nosy friends out of his business. He has his work seriously cut out for him.

Scottie Monk prides himself on bullying his way through problems—and sometimes even people. His life is spiralling out of his control, but he refuses to break. The last thing he expects is to find peace in the confines of submission.

One man will try to tame a lion.
One man will try to heal.
And both men will have to join forces to deal with a toxic family and invasive paparazzi.

The Lion Tamer is book six in Dahlia Donovan's international bestselling gay romance series, The Sin Bin. Each one features hot rugby players and the men who steal their hearts.

It is recommended that readers have read at least The Royal Marine and The Unexpected Santa prior to reading The Lion Tamer.

4 out of 5 (very good)

The Lion Tamer is the full length story of Gray and Scottie that we were teased with ever since The Unexpected Santa was released.

Scottie has always been a bit of a jerk, and found refuge in alcohol. This time though, he goes too far and ends up in hospital. Gray supports him whilst still giving him room to breathe, and Scottie's friends rally round, getting him into rehab. When he comes out, he finds out that his father is dying, and Silus, his younger brother, wants to help his dad out as much as he can. Scottie gets dragged along with it - even though he wants nothing to do with the man who abused him. He will always help his brother though, so he finds himself in a situation where his instinctive reaction is to reach for a bottle. Alongside this, you have Gray and Scottie trying to figure out just what it is they have. Is it a relationship? Is it healthy? All I will say is you have to read this for yourself to find out.

As with all books by Dahlia Donovan, there were no editing or grammatical errors to be found. The story was excellently paced, and the scenes and times transitioned nicely into the next. One thing I will say, and my apologies to everyone who disagrees! Gray and Scottie weren't my favourite couple of The Sin Bin series. HOWEVER, that doesn't mean that I didn't enjoy their story. I love this series, and all the quirky characters that Ms. Donovan has brought to life. Would I recommend it? Absolutely!

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The Wanderer
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The Caretaker
Book 2

The Royal Marine

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Dahlia Donovan wrote her first romance series after a crazy dream about shifters and damsels in distress. She prefers irreverent humour and unconventional characters. An autistic and occasional hermit, her life wouldn’t be complete without her husband and her massive collection of books and video games.

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Tuesday, 13 March 2018

VBT, EXCERPT, GUEST POST & #GIVEAWAY - Shifter School (Shifter School, #1) by Gwendolyn Druyor


Urban Fantasy



She’s gonna get them all killed.

So they locked her away.

Laylea has been hiding her entire life. She’s never been to school. She’s never had a friend her own age. She’s never known anyone else like her.

All that is about to change. 

In a world hidden from wyrdos and humans alike, shifters are still recovering from a vicious plot to destroy them all. They have two laws they live by now:

1) Hide 

2) Protect the children at all costs.

Laylea has just broken rule number one. But she’s only fourteen. So they’re sending her to school. Where she’s going to learn . . .

Anyplace can be a prison.

The Lincoln Park Shifter School is not your grandma’s uber-secret, underground academy.

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She ran from the dorm before they started laughing again. Laylea left her pod open. She didn’t care. Everything she owned was either on her neck or in school storage. She’d never had friends before, she didn’t need them now. She shoved through the little crowd at the curtains and didn’t look into any of the faces gathered outside the girls’ door. She couldn’t have seen them through her tears anyway.

She wanted to shift and run. A good long run through the city would feel good. Her mind would have to focus on cars, pedestrians, uneven sidewalks, shop doors, guard dogs, and dangerous litter. She’d have no room in her head for all her worries. She wouldn’t be able to think about how KC and Oscar hated her for nearly getting them killed, how if she’d run when Oscar wanted to, he wouldn’t have been here to get hurt. Her mind would be focused on her own survival rather than concerns for Oscar’s mom, the kids in ST, and her family’s safety now that she’d spilled all their secrets in front of Jase Batka.

But she couldn’t shift because she was defective. It took her eleven years to figure out she even could shift and now she was going to die without ever figuring out how. Or why.

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Do you have a day job as well?
I have always had a bazillion jobs. My taxes are lots of fun. These days, when I am not writing, I can typically be found in my Sound Cave narrating audiobooks. I started narrating after my friend Henry Ong came out to the lobby of the theater HIS play was debuting in that night and handed me a copy of my first book, Hardt’s Tale. He turned to the rest of the audience in the lobby and announced that I would be reading an excerpt.
I didn’t really have much choice, so I turned to face the elites of the Los Angeles theatre community and read. For the rest of the evening, during intermission and at the after party, people kept coming up to me and asking (demanding) “You’re going to narrate your own audiobook, right?” Well, based on their tone, the only acceptable answer was “Yes.” So, I went home and learned audio engineering. I’ve now narrated all of my books plus about 150 others.
I’m also a tour guide at Universal Studios Hollywood on occasion because, insurance. And I get to go hide in sets like the courthouse from To Kill a Mockingbird and write. Also, it’s FUN. I once got a tram of 200 people to wave and take pictures of my friend Larry whose only credit is writing the check for the original Fast and Furious cars for Universal.

What was your favourite book as a child?
Are You My Mother? P.D. Eastman  I don’t know why it has such a strong impact on me. But I recognized it in The Odyssey when I had to read that in Junior High. It was the first journey fiction I ever read, I guess. And I love travelling. Maybe Eastman is why.


When did you start writing and when did you finish your first book?
I started writing Geoffrey’s Queen the summer before my senior year of college. I was in a relationship that I clearly knew was going to blow up and I needed to write a love story, but I didn’t so much believe in real love right then. That is one reason it took me twenty years to get the manuscript finished. Another reason is that when I was robbed in Amsterdam, the thief got my computer, my backup discs, and the printout of Geoffrey’s Queen. I got to start over from scratch. It was a painful lesson. But I learned that I can do it. Whenever I doubt, I remember that I lost half a book and came back. If I can do that, anybody can. You just have to always get up.

How did you choose the genre you write in?
I love reading fantasy. I adore the idea that there really is magic all around us. Urban fantasy lets me create the world I wish I lived in.

Where do you get your ideas?
I get ideas absolutely everywhere and all the time. If I don’t know where the idea fits into what I’m currently working on, I’ll write the idea down on a slip of paper and toss it into a giant vase I have. It’s my collection of paper pills and when I’m stuck, I’ll dip a hand in and pull out an idea.

Is there any particular author or book that influenced you in any way either growing up or as an adult?
Anne McCaffrey. My older cousin, Vicky, got to stay in my room once when she visited. My mom made me to clean my room in preparation. Of course, I shoved all of the trash and dirty laundry and books under my bed. Vicky’s dog spent all night revealing my lazy cleaning technique. I got into a lot of trouble. But, in apology, Vicky changed my life. She’d finished her book while her dog uncleaned my room. She left Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonsinger under my bed. It was my first fantasy novel. I finished it that night and ran to the library to get the rest.

Can you tell us about your upcoming book?
Laylea, the weredog who prefers to think of herself as a werehuman, introduced herself to me in the short story, Dee. She hasn’t let go of me since. She demanded I write the story of her puppyhood. That became WereHuman – The Witch’s Daughter. Then she asked me to write what happens to her in Chicago, after she helps Team Wyrdos defeat the demon Onioka.
In Shifter School, Laylea is still working with Team Wyrdos to make the city a safer place for supernatural beings. On one mission, she risks the boogeyman’s life by shifting in front of humans. Unbeknownst to her, the number one Shifter rule is NEVER SHIFT IN FRONT OF HUMANS. She is condemned to the super-secret shifter academy under the Lincoln Park Zoo where she will remain until she learns how to control her shift.
Of course, not all is as it seems in LPSS. The teachers have as many secrets as the students. And why do they keep taking kids off to Special Testing in the medical wing?
Laylea’s in for another adventure because she won’t let the bad guys win.

What was your favourite chapter (or part) to write and why?
Our three heroes go underneath the school. (Yes, there is an underneath to my underground shifter school.) There is so much magic amassed there that they can see it. It was really fun to imagine what the working areas of the school would be like and to figure out how to encapsulate the pools that are scattered about the school’s version of a gym.

Are there certain characters you would like to go back to, or is there a theme or idea you’d love to work with?
Justice vs. Fairness
I know (and when I forget, I reread The Princess Bride) that life isn’t fair. But I cannot suffer injustice. I’d like to explore the difference more as Laylea grows up in the Shifter School series. I’ve also been thinking about how this theme relates to this fabulous Will Smith clip I just saw where he discusses fault vs. Responsibilty.  Laylea’s life has been out of control because the Consortium is after her. That’s not fair. That’s not her fault. But she is such a naturally optimistic creature, she naturally recognizes her responsibility to her own happiness and her family. She doesn’t waste much time moping over what the Consortium has done to them. And yet, she loves working with Team Wyrdos to make Chicago, at least, more just. I’m hoping she’ll teach me how to live as optimistically.

Which character speaks the loudest, to you? Do any of them clamour to be heard over the others? 
Laylea will not ever shut up. She’s talked me into two separated series for her and her family in addition to her Wyrdos Tale. I feel like she has so much to learn and to teach me.

Do you have any strange writing habits? Like writing in the shower?
I love writing on busses and in theaters. I feel like stories fill the air like magic in theaters. Busses are filled with characters and movement and there’s no distractions. I can really focus on a city bus. It would be helpful if I felt the same about planes. But no. I just barf on planes. (which is why Laylea does too!)

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What are you keeping a secret?
Pfff. What isn’t a secret? My name is Laylea Hillen. But everyone in school thinks I’m Lee Woodford. My best friend is a werewolf. She told everyone she’s a coyote.
My adopted mom is a witch. My adopted dad is a genetically-altered super-soldier. My brother is their biological son. Our parents left us to go hunt down the evil scientists who want to study us. I told the other kids I’m an orphan.
Plus, there’s the secret that I’ve never told anyone. I just found out myself. Twelve-pound terriers only live about fifteen years. I just turned fourteen.

In what situation is your self esteem most at risk?
I have never had a problem with self esteem. I am one of a kind. I know I have a mother and four brothers out there in the world somewhere but in my world, I am the only dog shifter anyone has ever met. I was raised as a dog, and let me tell you, if reincarnation is a thing, you want to come back as a dog. A human would never go up to another human on the street and tell them how beautiful and smart they are and scratch their ears. But I got that all the time. Of course I’m going to have a healthy ego.
But the other kids in the Lincoln Park Shifter School don’t have a really high opinion of dogs. And I don’t know anything about the shifter world so I keep saying really dumb things. It’s a challenge. But I’m up for it!

How do you decide if you can trust someone?
I always trust everyone until they show me I shouldn’t. Although, cat people, I don’t know.

If you could change anything about your life what would it be?
I’d lengthen it first. And then I’d like to stop hiding. I want my parents back. I want to find my Mama and my brothers. And I want my human brother Bailey to find his happy again. He’s lost it. I love him. Okay, that’s what I want to change about my life; I want to know how to make Bailey happy again.

Gwendolyn Druyor was born at the Quonset Point Naval Air Station Hospital, North Kingston, RI. The ID bracelet wrapped three times around her little wrist. She could swim before she could walk and read before she started school.

She has traveled the world telling stories. After a year in Amsterdam writing and performing sketch comedy at Boom Chicago, she toured North America with Shenandoah Shakespeare and with the incredible educational show Sex Signals. From Paris, FR to William’s Bay, WI, you’ll find her gypsy life reflected in her books. If you met her on the road, read her closely, you may find yourself in there.

For now, Gwendolyn lives in Hollywood with her Irish Jack Russell, Josh Lyman Zyrga, who is still pouting over the fact that she didn’t put him on the cover of WereHuman.

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