Monday, September 24, 2007

Book BIN Tuesday -- Two-fer!

There are two great-sounding books coming out this week from Samhain that I'm really looking forward to. Here's the skinny:

DARK WATERS by Gabriella Hewitt


A predator stalks paradise and she’s next.

The ICE Files

On a tropical isle, Frankie Montalvo discovers roots to a past she never knew. Tales of witchcraft, missing girls and el chupacabra surround her, but it will take more than superstitions to scare her away. Determined to create her own home, she enlists the help of an enigmatic beach bum.

She doesn’t want to fall for a drifter who will probably break her heart and move on, but when both she and her home are attacked, it’s in Rico’s arms that she finds safety and protection. All she’s ever wanted was to settle down and live life on her own terms, but someone has other plans and Frankie must decide—is Rico her lover or her enemy?
Special Agent Rico Lopez has been to the depths of hell and back. He returns to his native island of Vieques to forget an ICE mission gone wrong only to find himself caught up in the search for a neighbor’s daughter—a victim of the legendary el chupacabra. Paradise has a predator and all leads point to a dilapidated old plantation and its sexy as sin owner. Lying to Frankie is the only way to do his job, but is he protecting her or himself?
As the net around them tightens and their lives are put on the line, he’ll learn the greatest danger he’s ever faced is the risk of losing his heart.

Human for half a month, dragon for the other half…his salvation lies in the hands of a young, broken thief.
Seeking a mythical treasure in a far-off land is, at best, a risky venture. And that’s before Gamsin discovers an enchanted man/dragon thrown into the mix. He extends his hospitality, and generous spirit, to her. But, as Gamsin knows from bitter experience, there is always a price to pay.
Ankoll has been dragon-cursed for five hundred years and is desperate for someone to help him end his enchantment. Where Gamsin sees only hurt and pain, he sees a woman of depth and strength.
In his search for the master sorcerer who punished him in the first place, Ankoll and Gamsin travel to the isolated Twilight Ranges and confront an evil previously banished from the world. Will Gamsin, a broken young woman, be strong enough to give Ankoll the support he desperately needs? And what of the man-dragon who begins to realize that a hated form may be the only salvation for their world?
*****
So there you go. Two intriguing new books, very different, but both on my shopping list! Why not stop by My Bookstore and More and Buy It (them) Now?

3 comments:

Kaz Augustin said...

Thanks for the mention, Kate! :) I hope you enjoy the books.

Chantal said...

The Dragon of Ankoll keep is in my TBR. I'll be reading it within the next few days.

Gabriella Hewitt said...

Thank you for the mention, Kate.

Dark Waters comesout in Print July 29th and I am so excited.