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Monday, August 22, 2016

Spotlight: Beautifully Burned (The Dreamcaster Series, #2) by C.J. Burright + giveaway


274 pages
Published August 23, 2016 
Grandma warned me to resist him.

I know what he is. Even if he doesn't sparkle in the sun, hiss at holy water, or go by the traditional name of vampire, I know.

He doesn't want or need my blood. He wants my dreams...more specifically, my nightmares. And I've got oodles of those, so many they leak.

He's emotionally scarred, growly, dangerous, and kindles all my senses. Love isn't on his agenda. Having him for a guardian isn't on my list of fun, either. My touch sends him into darkness.

I shouldn't want him.

I can't want him.

But I do.

If I surrender instead of escape, I'll lose everything--my sister, my will, my life. Gran forgot to tell me the most important detail of all: how am I supposed to resist him when he's everything I've ever dreamed of?

Beautifully Burned is told in dual, third person and may be read as a stand alone.




About the Author:
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C.J Burright is a native Oregonian and refuses to leave. A member of Romance Writers of America and the Fantasy, Futuristic & Paranormal special interest chapter, while she has worked for years in a law office, she chooses to avoid writing legal thrillers (for now) and instead invades the world of urban fantasy, paranormal romance, or fantasy. C.J. also has her 4th Dan Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and believes a story isn’t complete without at least one fight scene. Her meager spare time is spent working out, refueling with mochas, gardening, gorging on Assassin’s Creed, and rooting on the Seattle Mariners…always with music. She shares life with her husband, daughter, and a devoted cat herd.



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46 comments:

  1. Hmm I would love to be able to grow orchids and tomatoes
    thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Great choice...with the orchids, anyway. I'm not a tomato fan, unless it's ketchup. :)

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  2. I would definitely grow peach roses and cucumbers!

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    1. Yes! I have roses too, but the deer tend to chomp them off, and if you want cucumbers, come on over. They grow like crazy!

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  3. I'd love to grow a lot of asparagus!

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    1. I love asparagus! So much that I have two beds of it (and my pee smells lovely, thank you very much). :)

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  4. I would love to grow tomatoes and roses.

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    1. Ah, another tomato lover! But since you mentioned roses too, I'll let it slide.

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  5. I would love to grow primroses and bleeding hearts.

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    1. I just had the image of an old English garden flash through my brain. Bleeding hearts are so lovely.

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    1. Another tomato person...I see I'm outnumbered. :)

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  7. Thank you so much for having me on Sheep! <3

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    1. I have a couple hibiscus, and the deer love them. Sigh...

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    1. Is this a thing? The tomato and roses combo? How about strawberries and roses?! :)

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  10. Hmmm, not the best gardener, but I do try. I would say tomatoes...nothing like a homegrown tomato. Now flowers, that's a little harder to choose...I bought a couple of shrimp plants this year and they are doing really well. I had never seen them before.
    sherry @ fundinmental

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    1. I've never heard of a shrimp plant...now I'm curious!

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  11. Tomatoes and roses would be my picks :)

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    1. Another member of the tomato and rose club. :)

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  12. Hmmmm.....I love jalapeno peppers. I use a lot of them so I would like to grow more of them. As far as flowers, I just don't know. Maybe something that would add color in the fall and winter.

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    1. When it comes to hot food, I'm a total wimp. My pepper collection sticks to green and red bell.

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  13. We grow cherry tomatoes, but I'd love it if peaches would flourish in our zone. And as for flowers I've always wanted a field of wild flowers.

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    1. Funny story, my husband planted a random tree, and it later turned out to be a donut peach tree. I'd never seen a donut peach before that. They're yummy!

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  14. That is a hard question but It would be a toss up between corn on cob and asparagus

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  15. Roses and cucumbers.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  16. Yes! That's a great combo - cucumbers are one of my faves. :)

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  17. I would pick lilacs and corn-love both

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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    1. Nice choice! I love lilies. Growing corn has never worked out for me, but I love to eat it.

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    1. Yes, roses to sniff and corn on the cob to chomp. :)

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  19. The vegetables I grow in my garden are potatoes and green beans. Thank you

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    1. Hi, Linda - I have green beans too, and they taste so much better fresh from the garden. Yum!

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  20. I can't grow anything to save my life but if I could I would love to plant strawberries.

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    1. There are days I feel the same way. :)

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  21. I would love to grow bell peppers and tulips.

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    1. I've got the tulips down, but my peppers...sigh. I'm lucky if I get one all year.

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    1. Roses are lovely, until the deer come along. Apparently, they're quite tasty too!

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  23. I'd love to be able to grow carrots or vegetables in general. Im able to go tomatoes and lettuce but that's it and the tomatoes die because it's so hot. And rosemary, it always dies too. A flower I'd love to grow is Birds of Paradise. I love them but I'm not sure they could withstand the heat.

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  24. I'd love to be able to grow carrots or vegetables in general. Im able to go tomatoes and lettuce but that's it and the tomatoes die because it's so hot. And rosemary, it always dies too. A flower I'd love to grow is Birds of Paradise. I love them but I'm not sure they could withstand the heat.

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    1. I admit, I did grow some tomatoes in my garden this year, but only for the chickens. And they're still green, so...maybe fried green tomatoes? :)

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