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Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Alpha Male Diner: Siren-Demon Hybrid by Rosalie Lario Call of the Siren Book Tour + giveaway

Dagan Meyers ( siren-demon hybrid)
recipe by Rosalie Lario
Call of the Siren (Demons of Infernum #4)

· One sexy siren-demon hybrid
· Six-plus feet of a body made for sin and turquoise-glamoured eyes
· The ability to breathe underwater, thanks to his siren heritage
· Superhuman speed, strength, and hearing thanks to his demon half
· A hypnotic voice that can coax a woman right out of her panties

Combine all ingredients to make an irresistible bounty hunter with a weakness for one certain golden-haired angel. Add an overprotective older brother and a dark fae bent on deadly revenge, and turn up the heat for an explosive finale that will make you burn with passion and desire.

Taste Test

Lina took a seat on the lounge chair next to him, close enough to feel the heat emanating from his body. The muted scent of whiskey rolled off his lips, and the combined assault to her senses made her dizzy and half-drunk. Only he could still smell sexy while emitting the scent of hard liquor. Hell, on him, it smelled like a freaking aphrodisiac.

Then he raised his head and looked at her, and time stopped still.

“Lina,” he whispered.

She couldn’t look away. Didn’t want to. “Yes?”

With visible effort, he tore his gaze from her mouth and glanced straight ahead. “I shouldn’t be here.”

“No.” She cleared her throat and straightened her spine, fighting the urge to lay a hand on him in comfort…or maybe just to feel him up. “What’s wrong? And don’t tell me nothing, because that’s obviously not true.”

A soft snort escaped his lips. “The Supremes said it so much better than I ever could.”


“Never mind.” He stared down at his clasped hands for several long moments before replying, “I had an epiphany tonight.”

“What was it?” she asked, because he obviously needed to share. He’d come here for a reason.

His beautiful turquoise gaze locked in on hers. “What if you discovered that everything you are, everything you’ve become, is due to someone you hate more than anything in the world?”

His words shocked her into silence. He may as well have pulled them out of the very essence of her being. How much of what she’d become was due to Thorne, to the mistakes she’d made with him? How much had she done out of her hatred for the one man who’d given her the most precious gift of life, then taken it away?

Maybe if she told him, Dagan would understand. Maybe she didn’t have to be so alone.

Before she could second-guess herself, Lina reached out and closed her hand over Dagan’s. The little shock of electricity that raced into her palm nearly made her gasp. She swallowed hard. “I can say that’s probably true for me too, Dagan.”

He glanced down at her hand before turning his over so their palms touched. His gaze travelled up her arm to her face, and his free hand reached up to smooth a strand of hair off her lips. “Did you know that your hair shines as bright as the moon?”

“Dagan…” She averted her eyes and fidgeted, all too aware he probably didn’t even realize what he was doing.

“No, not the moon. The sun,” he whispered. “That’s what you are to me. My own personal ray of sunshine.”

“You’re wasted.” She tried to pull her hand back, but he didn’t budge. “You don’t know what you’re saying.”

“The hell I don’t.” He shook his head, a heavy scowl marking his features. “My whole life, I’ve always been trying to live up to other people’s expectations. Doing what my family thinks I should be doing. When do I get what I really want?”

“What do you want?” she found herself asking in a barely audible voice.

He let out a hoarse chuckle, his eyes surprisingly bright and earnest despite his state of inebriation. “Isn’t it obvious, Lina? Hasn’t it been clear from the moment we first met?”

His words made her chest tighten and an answering dampness spread between her thighs. Had he felt the same things she had? “What?”

“You. I want you.”

Call of the Siren (Demons of Infernum #4)
by Rosalie Lario
Paperback, 400 pages
Published March 25th 2014 by Entangled: Select

When darkness threatens...only love will bring them light
The half-siren half-demon bounty hunter Dagan Meyers swore he'd never settle down. His older brothers might’ve adjusted well to family life but tying himself to one woman is so not Dagan’s bag. Until he meets the gorgeous angel Lina, his brother Ronin’s long-lost adopted sister, and he can’t think of being with anybody but her. Too bad Ronin’s well aware of Dagan’s party-boy lifestyle and won’t let him anywhere near his angelic baby sister.

Lina is still getting over the abandonment issues that began when she was orphaned as a child and has devoted her life to taking down evil Otherworlders. The last thing she wants is to develop feelings for man she knows will eventually leave her, too. But as the battle against a growing darkness continues—a powerful fae who’s harnessed untold power—Dagan and Lina find that love may be their greatest weapon against the very thing that threatens to destroy them all.

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About the Author:
Award-winning author, Rosalie Lario, double majored in Anthropology and Classics at Florida State University. She briefly considered becoming an archaeologist before realizing that: (a) they do not actually live the life of Indiana Jones, and (b) she hates getting her hands dirty. She never imagined all the mythology she learned might someday come in handy, but it makes perfect fodder for the stories she now dreams up. Best of all, no dirt involved!

When not writing, you can find her on a boat somewhere along South Florida’s waterways, chasing down a rainbow or pretending to be a pirate.

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  1. So many series ending recently! This was one I didn't read but am thinking I ought to go back and get on that.

  2. I really dislike when authors write stuff like "The Supremes said it so much better than I ever could." - it just always feels to fake clever and inside-winky to me. But the rest of the excerpt sounded really good, so I'll try to check it out!

  3. Thank you for sharing, I haven't read this author's works yet but I have added her to my TBR mountain!

  4. Love the post. Can't wait to read it.