Thursday, October 6, 2016

Take Me! by Lily Harlem


Release Date: October 1, 2016
ISBN: 978-1-945193-51-4

Categories: Shifters, Paranormal,

Romance Flame: 4

Price: $2.99

Book Description:

Megan’s weekend just took a
dangerous, sexy turn…

What's not to love about a girl’s
weekend in Dublin? Megan Sanders loves being out on the town and out on the
pull with her mates, but unfortunately, she’s attracted the attentions of a man
with downright murderous intentions.

Seth Martin knows vampire Samuel
Bennington is evil, and only his pack of elite wolf shifters can protect Megan.
That is, if they can convince her that she needs their help.

Soon Megan finds herself caught
up in a whirlwind of fear and lust. She's being hunted for her blood, yes, but
she's also crazy about the guy who has sworn to protect her. But which man will
win? Will her blood sate Bennington's hunger, or will Seth remind her why it's
good to be alive, and give her pleasure beyond anything she's known before?

A Passion for Pumpkins
By Lily Harlem

I’ve always loved Halloween. When
I was young it was dressing up and going trick or treating with my brothers,
coming home and spreading the loot on the table and deciding who’d had the most
success. We were rarely allowed sweets, my mother obsessed with us avoiding
tooth decay and fillings, but at Halloween we were allowed to gorge on the
generosity of neighbours.

I live in a small village in the
Wales, and when October 31st comes round the clocks have fallen back an hour
and it’s dark by 6pm – the blackness is increased where I live because our
rural area has no streetlamps. It’s also cold in October, not snow-cold, but
definitely icy, see-your-breath-in-the-air cold. I’m one of the neighbours on
the lane who always makes an effort for the kids that come calling with their
pumpkin shaped buckets and their wacky outfits.

I hang a large, brightly coloured
witch on the tree at the end of the drive, set candles in jam jars to lead the
way to the house, and ensure there are plastic bats, skeletons and cobwebs
hanging around the porch. I even put on spooky music for the kids to listen to
as I answer the door.

One of the things I always really
enjoy making is the pumpkins - one to stand in the bay window of our cottage
looking outwards and one for the kitchen table. I try and make them a little
different each year and use the internet for inspiration.

Penny Roach gives some great idea
for traditional pumpkins  which are the sort I put in the window for
the kids to enjoy.

But inside the house, for Mr H
and I to enjoy, there’s usually something a little  different and more sophisticated. For example
I love this stocking pumpkin, it’s so sexy!

And Tinkerbell has always been my
favourite Disney character, not sure if I could manage this one but I’m
planning on having a go.

One year I created this vase
pumpkin, sadly I didn’t get a photograph of mine, but filled with orange and yellow
flowers it made a great centrepiece and lasted quite a while.

And for a bit of glamour, this
has to go the list for a try in the future…

But surely, the best one of all –
the wine cooler pumpkin!

Happy Halloween, I hope you all
have lots of treats and enjoy any tricks you find yourself getting up to ;-)

Lily x

the Author:

Lily Harlem lives in the UK and
is an award-winning, best-selling author of contemporary erotic romance. After
giving up a busy career in nursing she now spends her time enjoying her army of
rescued pets and penning steamy stories. She writes for publishers on both
sides of the Atlantic, including HarperCollins, Totally Bound, Pride
Publishing, Evernight Publishing and Sweetmeat Press. She also self-publishes
novels that range from emotionally charged erotic romance, to steamy ménage a
trois and, with Natalie Dae, (Harlem Dae) dark BDSM that pushes all the

One thing you can be sure of,
whatever book you pick up by Ms. Harlem and in whichever pairing or genre takes
your fancy, is it will be wildly romantic and down-and-dirty sexy, so make sure
you hang on tight for the ride!

For more information on other
books by Lily, visit her website:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

No comments:

Post a Comment