Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Magic and Mayhem Kindle World Release!!!

I'm so thrilled to be a part of the Magic and Mayhem Kindle World. It's been wonderful to be a part of this project and to work with all the great writers involved. I know most of them personally and we've all had a wonderful time.  Robyn Peterman is the very best person to work with to do one of these releases. Her world is really fun to write in and she's such a hoot! Always upbeat, always fun.
You can find all the books at her website, but I'll be putting the links on my blog as they become live, but just in case:  http://robynpeterman.com/kindle-world/

Here's the list of authors and the titles of their books and the links.
Magic and Mayhem: Have Wand, Will Travel
by Teresa Reasor
Magic and Mayhem: Witches Be Crazy (Stacy Justice Magical Mysteries Book 0)
by Barbra Annino
Link: https://amzn.com/B01M2Z1O70
Magic and Mayhem: Witch, Please (Ida May Chronicles Book 2)
by Deanna Chase
Link: https://amzn.com/B01MEGESAO
Magic and Mayhem: Witchin' Hard
by Claudy Conn
Link: https://amzn.com/B01MCVG8FC
Magic and Mayhem: Risky Witchness
by Saranna DeWylde
Link: https://amzn.com/B01M5D6E2R
Magic and Mayhem: Witchin Impossible 2: Rogue Coven (Witchin' Impossible Mysteries)
by Renee George
Link: https://amzn.com/B01MF99P0F
Magic and Mayhem: The Witch Singer (Witches of Mane Street Book 1)
by Heather Long
Link: https://amzn.com/B01MA5MZSF
Magic and Mayhem: Wicked Is As Wicked Does
by Cherie Marks
Link: https://amzn.com/B01M9CT8PC
Magic and Mayhem: To Yaga Or Not To Yaga (Baba Yaga Saga Book 3)
by Donna McDonald
Link: https://amzn.com/B01MEGSZ8L
Magic and Mayhem: Reality Shift (Southern Shift Book 2)
by H.M. McQueen
Link: https://amzn.com/B01MCVGAGG
Magic and Mayhem: Heidi: A 'Not-Quite' Hellhound Love Story (The 'Not-Quite' Love Story Series Book 5)
by Julia Mills
Link: https://amzn.com/B01MA5MZMV
Magic and Mayhem: Protecting Alabama's Kids (SEAL of Protection Book 99)
by Susan Stoker
Link: https://amzn.com/B01MDO4OKN

Magic and Mayhem: Witch In Fire
by Isabel Micheals
Link: https://amzn.com/B01M2Z2QCM
Check out the book trailer featured on USA Today HEA http://happyeverafter.usatoday.com/2016/10/19/robyn-peterman-trailer-reveal/

Of course I have to toot my own horn just a little. I loved writing Have Wand, Will Travel. Loved my characters and my Vampire is HOT!  He has real Woo-woo. 

Here's the blurb: 
A soul-sucking wand, a witch, a vampire and a hellhound.  ‘Nuff said.  

Private detective and gifted witch Zaira O’Shea has built her reputation on her ability to always find her relic, magical device, or man. When the Witches’ Council hires her to find and return a stolen wand, she can’t refuse, and she’s eager to recover the device. Until the clues lead her to a vampire with fallen-angel good looks, and talents that don’t require a bite to lead her into temptation.

History professor and vampire Christophe Bakas has brushed off his cat burglar skills to steal a powerful wand for the Vampire Council, but only because they are holding his uncle hostage. When he meets Zaira, he hopes he’s found someone who’ll help with the rescue. But from their first teleportation he’s hooked on more than her flying skills.

The more they learn about the wand, the more Chris and Zaira believe neither council can be trusted with the dangerous device. With both councils closing in, they’re forced to go on the run. Only the vacationing Baba Yaga can make sure the wand isn’t used to destroy the careful balance between witch and vampire kind. If they can find her.

Assjacket, West Virginia here they come. 

I'll be putting the links to all these stories on my webpage for the Kindle worlds as well so you can check them out. http://www.teresareasor.com Robyn's link is on there until that happens.

Here's a Sneak Snippet from mine: 
She dropped the shielding she’d used to cage the vampire, but kept her eye on him.
He reached out to feel for the barrier and, finding it gone, stuck his hands into his pockets and relaxed. Damn him, he looked like a GQ ad. Model-gorgeous and masculine as hell. He even had a little charm. Too bad he didn’t have a pulse.
She pointed a warning finger at him. “Don’t try using any of your vampire woo-woo on me. It won’t work. I’m immune to it."
He bowed his head and flashed her a fanged smile that shouldn’t have been charming, but was. “I will keep my woo-woo to myself.”
The way he said it made it seem about something more than his ability to compel. Her cheeks burned.
“How much are they paying you to find me?” he asked.
“Five thousand dollars.”
“They may have more in mind than a thank-you, since I know about the jewelry.”
“Let me recover from one disappointment before you pile on another, will you?” It was depressing to discover your clients weren’t exactly what you expected them to be.
He smiled, and with his fangs retracted and in the soft glow of the security lights, he looked human. But he wasn’t, she warned herself.
And there was no proof what he said was true. But she would look into the Sutherlands’ finances, just in case. Dammit.
“So you’re a private detective?” he asked.
“And a witch.”
“You’re exactly what I need at the moment.”
Wow, the gall of some people. “If that’s a pickup line, you can forget it.”
“No. It wasn’t.”
Now she felt a little insulted.

“Not that you’re not attractive enough for me to want to pick you up, but I need a witch who’ll help me rescue someone very important to me.”

Thanks for swinging by and checking out our news. Hope to see you at the Facebook party.
Teresa Reasor 


Christoph Fischer said...

Congratulations on the release. Looks fabulous. Best of luck!

Teresa Reasor said...

Thanks so much Christoph. My hero in this book's name is Christophe. He's a vampire.
LOL Thanks for stopping by!! I love to get comments.

Author Chad Schimke said...

Sounds interesting thank you for sharing!

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Teresa Reasor said...

Thanks so much for your comment, Chad. I appreciate it.
Teresa R.