It is Monday. We aren’t so sure about this whole Monday nonsense. The female harvested her one teeny tiny honey rock. She ate it. She was very happy, for it was juicy and delicious.
Tiny but fierce, y’all. Tiny by fierce.
Note: Honey rocks are found in Grave Humor, and before she grew her own, the female had never had one. Tasting it confirmed it. The regular ‘cantaloupes’ in the grocery store only wish they were honey rocks.
Amusingly, this was heard in the Blain Household:
The Male: You worked on that plant for four months. Are you sure it was worth it?
The Female: Yes.
The Male, backing away with hands raised: Oooookay….
The Female, eating her honey rock: WORTH IT.
Now, onto Day Six of the Book Faire! As a reminder, this is to thank really helpful and sweet authors who shared about A Chip on Her Shoulder and Booked for Murder. The next faire will be hosted in December for authors who want to help the female out with Outfoxed or The Flame Game. You can reach out to Jenny Bodle PA on Facebook if you’re interested in helping. You can also submit your email address to this form to have her contact you by email with more details.
Away with the Faeries by Sam Hall
Genre: Paranormal Romance (Reverse Harem)
They’ve haunted my dreams, now they’re coming for me.
My parents gave me a camera when I was a kid to see the truth: that there’s no such thing as the fae.
But what if they were wrong?
I’ve been asked to shoot my favourite band, The Changelings: a group of beautiful bad boys who shine in my lens so brightly they threaten to burn me up. Why are they so focussed on me? Why are they trying their damnedest to box me in, tie me up?
And why have they been infiltrating my dreams?
I’m about to step beyond the lens, become something other than a small town girl and I’m not sure any of us are ready for it.
This novel is enrolled in the Kindle Unlimited Library, and is only available at Amazon. $3.99.
Warnings: 18+, polyamorous (Reverse Harem/ Male/Male sexual relationships), adult subject matter.
Our thoughts: The chick on this cover is hawt, and we absolutely don’t judge or blame a herd of men for all wanting to be her close and personal friend.
It’s also Monday, there is not nearly enough tea on Earth to help the female cope with the skull splitter of a headache she’s brewing, but hey… we are starting this morning with a beautiful lady. Also, the female wants her hair.
The female has angry rabid grease weasel hair. That hair is not angry rabid grease weasel hair.
Ink by Ellen Mint
Genre: Paranormal Romance
One bad boy demon for her birthday…
All Layla wanted was to spend her Halloween birthday alone. She never expected a nearly naked man in a red thong to appear out of nowhere in her living room. He calls himself Ink and insists he’s an incubus bound to her. Not about to fall for that, she plans to toss him out on his shiny butt when she remembers her friends kept hinting at a late birthday present. Layla fears they got her one hot session with a man built for sex. And it’s not nice to return a gift without trying it out…
In this steamy prequel to a paranormal reverse harem series, Layla learns that her entire life has been a lie and that sometimes a man who wants to answer her every desire is exactly what he appears to be.
This novel releases on October 20, 2020 and is available for preorder at Amazon. $2.99.
Warnings: 18+ due to sexual content. Reverse Harem. We are unaware of any other warnings.
Our thoughts: The female has lost ten minutes of her day trying to figure this cover out. We just aren’t sure. We like the mint chocolaty cover used, because the female really likes mint chocolate, but were’t not sure what the cover is trying to portray here. Since we can’t check out the sample as it’s a preorder, we’re viewing this book as a mint chocolate surprise!
It’s outside of the female’s reading interests; she has enough trouble handling one male, so the thought of trying to juggle many males just doesn’t appeal to her. (And she doesn’t even like love triangle arcs in fiction as a general rule. They annoy her for numerous reasons. Reverse Harems take this to extremes.)
And yes, she has tried a few and she liked none, so please don’t try to convince her to like it. (We’re sorry, humans. We appreciate how many of you like this style of book! It’s just not for the female.)
AKA: we’re happy to share them with you because y’all might like them!
Or something like that.
Okay. Female needs more tea. Possibly a new brain. Hers hurts today.
There are three more books left in the Faire, so we’re going to leave today’s with two. Mainly because the female has a stinker of a headache.
We’ll see you tomorrow, humans!