Riptide 4th Anniversary Blog Tour!

4thAnniversary_TourBannerThank you for joining Riptide on our 4th Anniversary blog tour! We are excited to bring you new guest posts from our authors and some behind the scenes insights from Riptide. The full tour schedule can be found at Riptide. Don’t miss the limited time discounts and Free Books for a Year giveaway at the end of this post!

Please welcome L.C. Chase to the tour.

PickupMen_Series400x600Pickup Men
by L.C. Chase

It was a dark and stormy night . . .

Okay, so it was actually a late afternoon in the middle of August. I’d been sitting on the patio watching the sun set when I had the urge to email Rachel. I had an idea for a series about rodeo cowboys that had been floating around in my head for a while, and Riptide didn’t have any cowboys yet. So, of course I had to do something about that. 

Currently there are three titles in the Pickup Men series, with at least one more brewing. I can’t say for sure that there will be more beyond that, but you know what they say about never saying never. There are a couple other stories I would love to explore in that universe as well. For now though, here’s a brief look back at the first three, along with musical highlights, because music often sets the tone of my stories.

Pickup Men

PickupMen_200x300Unlike most romance novels, this story starts with Marty Fairgrave and Tripp Colby, an established couple breaking up and finding their way back to each other. It’s a journey in self-acceptance, in being true to yourself no matter the costs, and finding happiness in your truth. The road is hard and painful, but then, anything worth fighting for always is, isn’t it?

“Ain’t Gonna Lose You” by Brett Dennen is Tripp’s theme song. The poor man had a rough go of it when he was younger, and the events of that time colored his perceptions and dictated his actions for the rest of his life. Until Marty, that is. When faced with losing Marty forever, he has to go back and find the strength to overcome his issues, because there is no way he’s going to lose the only man he’s ever loved.

They can make me turn my back on my friends
Send me away to San Quentin
Put me in a hole, a thousand times again
But I ain’t gonna lose you
No I ain’t gonna lose you

LetItRide_200x300Let It Ride

For paramedic Eric Palmer, his first introduction to the cowboy lifestyle was when he covered shift for a friend at an upstate New York rodeo. There he fell for the strong, rugged, silent type men who embodied everything the Wild West was imagined to be. It was a quiet power, a self-respect, and a sense of place that Eric felt he was lacking in his own life, which sent him Westward into California to work along side those mysterious men of the land. And then he met pickup man Bridge Sullivan, an all-guns blazing cowboy who takes life by the horns—and pulls all the stops to win Eric’s heart.

Blues and blues/rock were pretty much the musical diet of this book, and “You Were Made For Me” by Augustana became Bridge’s song.

And it doesn’t take a sign to see

Best things never come for free

And even if it’s made to bleed

You know that you can count on me

Pulling Leather

TPullingLeather_200x300his story really is about redemption, making amends, accepting your true self, and realizing you are worthy of love. Because of the steps Scott Gillard has to take to get there, and the person he finds himself falling in love with, he finds himself off balance often . . . and reaching for the saddle horn so he doesn’t fall.

In stark contrast is Cory Ackerson, a young man who is strong and secure, and has risen above every obstacle thrown at him. His light becomes a beacon for Scott to overcome his issues be a better person, and every time I heard “House” by Trevor Hall I knew that would be Scott’s theme song.

Well my body said just turn and run
But then I felt the light of the sun
In the heart that I thought had just died
Started coming slowly alive
We awoke in the mansion above and
Call it love

Even if you’re not a big fan of cowboys, the journey of one’s heart for it’s other half is universal. Why not hop up into the saddle and go for a ride? 

About Pickup Men

Welcome to the world of professional rodeo, where pickup men are the unsung heroes. Often called the ghosts of the arena, they’re there to get cowboys and roughstock safely out of the ring, be it by pulling a rider from the back of a bucking bronco, or hazing an angry bull back to the paddocks.

Join these strong, silent-type heroes as they find their way on the hyper-masculine rodeo circuit—coming out, coming to terms, accepting and embracing their true selves, and following their hearts.

About L.C.

Cover artist by day, author by night, L.C. Chase is a hopeless romantic, free spirit, and adventure seeker who loves hitting the open road just to see where it takes her. After a decade of traveling three continents, she now calls the Canadian west coast home. When not writing sensual tales of beautiful men falling in love, she can be found designing book covers with said beautiful men, drawing, horseback riding, or hiking the trails with her goofy four-legged roommate.

L.C. is a two-time Lambda Literary Award finalist for Pickup Men and Pulling Leather; an EPIC eBook Awards winner for Pickup Men; an EPIC eBook Awards finalist for Let It Ride and Long Tall Drink; Bisexual Book Awards finalist for Let It Ride; and an Ariana eBook Cover Art Awards finalist. She also won an honorable mention in the 2012 Rainbow Awards for Riding with Heaven.

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Anniversary Sale

The Pickup Men collection is being sold in a special discounted bundle by Riptide this week only. Check out the sale on this series and other bundles at


To celebrate our anniversary, Riptide Publishing is giving away free books for a year! Your first comment at each blog stop on the Anniversary Tour will count as an entry and give you a chance to win this great prize. Giveaway ends at midnight, October 31, 2015, and is not restricted to US entries.


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Books That Need More Attention Giveaway Hop

Books-that-need-more-attention-Giveaway-HopDontFearTheReaperEvery once in a while you run across a book that affects you in a way you never expected. A book that makes you feel a hundred different emotions, brings you to tears and still manages to make you smile. Michelle Muto’s Don’t Fear the Reaper was one of those books for me. I read this book in 2011 and I still recommend it to everyone.

Just a word of warning, it tackles some tough issues and it doesn’t romanticize them. This is a book that grips you from the very first chapter and doesn’t let go. It’s heartbreaking, touching and the characters are witty and real.

As part of the Books That Need More Attention Giveaway Hop, I’m giving away 1 autographed copy of Don’t Fear the Reaper to 1 lucky winner. All you have to do to enter is follow the Rafflecopter link below and choose as many entries as you like. FYI – my Giveaway is International… that’s how much I love this book. I want everyone to read it! <3

Follow the link above to read my review of Don’t Fear the Reaper. You can also check out my reviews of Michelle Muto’s other books. I highly recommend any of them. ;)

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Menagerie (Menagerie #1) by Rachel Vincent

MenagerieWhen Delilah Marlow visits a famous traveling carnival, Metzger’s Menagerie, she is an ordinary woman in a not-quite-ordinary world. But under the macabre circus black-top, she discovers a fierce, sharp-clawed creature lurking just beneath her human veneer. Captured and put on exhibition, Delilah in her black swan burlesque costume is stripped of her worldly possessions, including her own name, as she’s forced to “perform” in town after town.
But there is breathtaking beauty behind the seamy and grotesque reality of the carnival. Gallagher, her handler, is as kind as he is cryptic and strong. The other “attractions”—mermaids, minotaurs, gryphons and kelpies—are strange, yes, but they share a bond forged by the brutal realities of captivity. And as Delilah struggles for her freedom, and for her fellow menagerie, she’ll discover a strength and a purpose she never knew existed.
Renowned author Rachel Vincent weaves an intoxicating blend of carnival magic and startling humanity in this intricately woven and powerful tale.

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1Menagerie was scary and not in the way you might think. It’s not that the pages weren’t filled with monsters, there were plenty of those to go around. The horror came from the fact that the real monsters weren’t the mythical creatures kept captive.

To be honest, Menagerie wasn’t an easy book to read. It was intense, at times gruesome and even though it was total fiction, it held just enough truth to show what can happen if the wrong people are in charge when dealing with the unknown or misunderstood. This book held a powerful message about humanity. Sometimes those are the scariest to read, but the most important.

Beyond the message delivered, the imagery was amazing. Rachel Vincent brought this mythical creatures to life in vivid and unique ways. She made even the scariest among them beautiful in ways I never would have imagined. The alternate POVs added to the understanding of these creatures and a more intense hatred of the people who enslaved them. The fear that was created by a small group of creatures was warranted. What was wrong was labeling everyone that wasn’t ‘human’ as a threat. Can you tell that this book pushed some buttons with me? *sigh*

As intense as this book was, the only complaint that I have is that the ending was a little rushed. I was kind of surprised by the actions of some of the characters near the end and things were wrapped up just a little too ‘neatly.’ Even so, I have no doubt that since Menagerie is part of a trilogy, there is much more danger to come.

On a side note, I’m pretty sure that most readers were introduced to Rachel Vincent’s writing through her Soul Screamers series. This series promises to be just as amazing as that one, but it is definitely NOT another young adult series. It’s a dark fantasy.



Scarlett’s Path by Amos Cassidy Promo Tour and Review


thickpaperbackfront_604x964 (5)Scarlett knows no peace. Fear and disappointment are her constant companions and hope is simply a word. A stepfather who watches her every move with desire, a mother who spends her days and nights in an alcoholic stupor, and a cottage too small to escape from it all. The forest is the only place Scarlett can breathe, the only place to run, until the final straw, until the final betrayal. Scarlett makes a choice that will change her life…
She steps off the path…

“The woods can turn your head… It’s easy to lose yourself in amongst the trees and you, my sweet Scarlett, are a delicious treat the woods would love to keep forever.”

My Review:

(This book was previously titled Riding Red….)

I love finding a new genre to fall in love with. My latest to add to the constantly growing list falls under twisted fairy tales. I haven’t read many, but the ones that I have read I’ve really enjoyed. When I found out that the Amos Cassidy duo were putting out a series of novellas based on these timeless tales I couldn’t wait to get their spin on them.

You probably guessed that Scarlett’s Path is a twist on Little Red Riding Hood. The tale spun here is nothing like the one that you remember from your childhood though, and that’s the point. In this adult version there’s no grandmother, but a alcoholic mother, a pure evil step-father, a town full of judgmental people and more than enough reason for Scarlett to want to run away from home.

The forest is full of magic and Scarlett finds more than she bargained for when she runs into Red. Secrets are revealed, things aren’t always what they seem and the ‘Big Bad Wolf’ isn’t necessarily the scariest thing in the forest. There were a couple of twists that I didn’t expect but I totally loved.

The only complaint I have about Scarlett’s Path is that I wanted more. It worked great as a novella, but it would have been even better if it would have been a little bit longer. I know, I’m greedy. *sigh* I guess I can’t complain too much because the authors have already promised more books in the Tales from Beyond the Veil series.


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Rough Road (Lake Lovelace #2) by Vanessa North

RoughRoadEddie Russell is many things: A wealthy pillar of the community. An outrageous flirt. A doting best friend. A masochist with a kink for brawling with his bedmates. But he is definitely not a man who invites intimacy. His friends are close but few, his lovers rarer still.
When Eddie runs his Mercedes off the road on a hot July afternoon, Wish Carver comes to his aid—and leaves his number in Eddie’s phone. Wish, a road crew worker half Eddie’s age and sexy as sin, seems fascinated by Eddie’s different sides. Mutual attraction and compatible kinks ignite the sheets, but it’s their connection outside the bedroom that Eddie begins to crave.
When the two come down on opposite sides of a local issue, Eddie finds his growing feelings for Wish at odds with his business interests and his devotion to his best friend, local wakeboarding legend Ben Warren. Torn between old loyalties and his new love, Eddie is reluctant to make a choice. But he knows he can’t make Wish wait too long to make up his mind.

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1I have to admit, when I was reading Double Up, I wasn’t quite sure how to take Eddie. He was a little ‘out there’ to put it bluntly. He gave off a vibe that pretty much told the world that he didn’t care what they thought, which, once you got to really know him, was kind of endearing. Which means that I also have to admit that he kind of grew on me. His love, devotion and total and unrelenting support of Ben totally won me over. That same devotion almost cost him everything in Rough Road.

I liked Wish from the moment he was introduced and realized way before Eddie did that he would be good for him. Eddie had a whole list of reasons why things could never go further than casual with Wish – namely the age difference – but none of them really held any weight. By the time he became comfortable with the idea of being a couple with anyone, it was over. Or was it?

There was so much to love about Rough Road. I loved Eddie’s loyalty to Ben, even though it almost ruined everything. He was also loyal to his friends, family and community. I loved Wish’s determination to make things work, within reason. I loved Eddie and Wish as a couple. I also loved getting to know a little bit more of Eddie’s history, that explained a lot about who he was and those little tidbits made me fall in love with him just a little bit more.

If you read Double Up, then you know where Eddie’s sexual tastes lie. I’m not a huge fan of BDSM, but if it’s an integral part of the story, I’m okay with it. Since that’s a huge ‘kink’ for Eddie, it definitely plays a part in their relationship, but it’s not an overwhelming part of the story. It’s there, it’s who Eddie and Wish are and that pretty much covers it. I’m only mentioning it because, while it’s an important aspect of Eddie and Wish’s relationship, the connection between these two goes well beyond that.

I’m not sure if there’s more to come in the Lake Lovelace series, but I’ll be ready if there is. I really like these guys and their group of friends and family.


Base Instincts (Demonica #11.7) by Larissa Ione

BaseInstincts_1200x1800HRAs a Seminus demon, Raze’s life literally depends on having sex with females. The problem is that he doesn’t desire females, and it’s physically impossible for him to be with males. Thankfully, he and his best friend, Fayle, have an arrangement that keeps him alive . . . if lonely. He finds some solace in his work as a medic at Thirst, a vampire club known for its rough clientele. But his carefully structured world turns upside down when he meets a mysterious male who makes him want what he can never have.
Slake is an assassin used to getting what he wants, and what he wants is Raze. But he also wants to earn back the soul he sold when he was a much different demon. All he has to do is capture a runaway succubus named Fayle and hand her over to her family. What he doesn’t count on is being caught himself by a web of lies—and his attraction to Raze.
Raze and Slake must navigate a dangerous world to be together. But as Fayle’s jealousy of their relationship turns deadly, they find themselves embroiled in a battle not only for their love, but their lives and souls.

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1I love this world that Larissa Ione has created. I started a little late and picked up the Lords of Deliverance series first. Once I started I knew I had to go back to the beginning and read the Demonica series, I still have one to go (Sin Undone), but when I found out that a M/M romance was going to be thrown into the mix, I couldn’t resist Base Instincts. Needless to say, it was just as good as I thought it would be. ;)

Oh Raze… *sigh* The description pretty much sums it up, but it’s truly heartbreaking when you get it from his POV. He’s pretty much destined to never be completely fulfilled and having a mate is totally out of the question. Having Fayle was both a blessing and a curse. Although Raze needed her in his life, it was obvious from the beginning he would be better off without her.

And then there was Slake. He was one of those ‘bad’ boys that you had to love. As his secrets were slowly revealed, I fell in love with him even more.

As an added bonus, a few familiar characters made welcome appearances in Base Instincts. I don’t want to give anything away because while some were expected, there were a few surprises. There were also a few little twists and turns and unexpected allies and villains. (I love it when that happens.)  I also love the creative way that Larissa Ione found to keep her mythology intact… and that’s all I’m going to say ;)

I’m sure readers who are familiar with this world will get more out of the story than first time readers. Even so, since it’s short and the author gives a fair amount of background, it will give new readers a taste if they want to jump right in with Base Instincts. If you’re anything like me though, that taste isn’t going to be enough. I’m pretty sure it will leave you wanting more.


Right by Your Side (Martin Ranch #1)

RightByYourSideBest Female Country Artist. Sold out world-wide tour. Record-setting album sales. It’s been a stellar year for Skye Taylor and it’s left her exhausted. All she wants to do is go home to Oklahoma, curl up in her little house, and veg out in pj’s with a pile of junk food. But when her tour bus crashes in the middle of West Texas, her priorities suddenly shift. Now she’s sitting bedside hoping her best friend and bodyguard, KC, survives.
For Scott Martin, he simply wants this horrible year to end. After the murder of his brother, his family is falling apart. With one crisis after another pulling him back to the family ranch, he’s put way too many late night miles on his truck between his family home and Lubbock, where he works as a paramedic. When he comes upon the wrecked tour bus, he has no idea this is one emergency which will change his life forever.
Skye and Scott quickly form a friendship which hints at possibilities of more. But as these two dodge paparazzi, over-zealous label executives, and stalker fans, they soon discover that everything is easier when you have someone you trust RIGHT BY YOUR SIDE. And that becomes even more important when they discover the bus wreck wasn’t an accident…

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1I know I’ve said this before, but it bares repeating. I was hooked on Christi Snow’s writing and characters from the prologue of her very first book, Operation: End Game. One of the main reasons I’m bringing this up is because the Martin Ranch series is an indirect spin-off of the When the Mission Ends series. The Martin brothers were introduced in the second book, Operation: Endeavor. Don’t let that bother you if you haven’t read any of the books in the When the Mission Ends series though. Although they’re connected, you can read one independent of the other.

Another reason to bring the connection up though is the fact that I forgot how much I missed this little world that Christi Snow created. I can see me becoming just as enamored with the Martin boys as I was with the Robertson siblings. Yeah, with little or no effort she has me totally hooked, once again. *sigh*

Okay, enough with the connections… this book was the perfect beginning to another amazing series. I love it when two ‘broken’ characters find each other and make no mistake, Skye and Scott were both broken… to a degree. Skye was torn between what she wanted and what was ‘expected.’ Scott was still recovering from the loss of his brother and the turmoil it has left his family. My heart broke for both of these characters.

Beyond that, this book had pretty much something for everyone. There was romantic tension, the inevitable heated romance, the family dynamic (obviously between Scott and his family, but it included Skye’s makeshift family as well) and the mystery of who was behind the conspiracy to hurt Skye. There were just as many sweet moments as there were witty, intense, smexy, heart breaking and dangerous moments. And as an added bonus, I honestly didn’t figure out who the true ‘bad guy’ was until they were revealed. I may have been a tad bit distracted by the romance and the heartbreak, but I still consider it impressive.

I love how things were resolved by the end, but I still wanted more. I can’t hold that against the author though, because that is a frequent ‘complaint’ that I voice. I can’t wait to see what happens next and I’ve already given the author my opinion on who needs to get an HEA sooner rather than later. Not that she’ll listen to me. Authors rarely do… it was worth a try though. ;)



Running with Scissors by L.A. Witt

RunningWithScissorsEighteen months ago, drummer Jude Colburn made the biggest mistake of his life when he walked away from his band just as they were on the brink of success. Now, he’s got a second chance. The band’s bassist just quit, and Jude plays bass almost as well as he plays drums. The other band members aren’t thrilled, but they are desperate.
Running with Scissors needs him, but there’s one condition: no hooking up with bandmates. That’s what ruined things eighteen months ago, after all. Jude’s on board, but no one warned him about the drummer who replaced him. A.J. Palmer is shy and unassuming . . . until he hits the stage. He gets Jude’s attention from the first beat, and suddenly that “no hookups” rule isn’t so easy to follow.
Keeping secrets on a tour bus isn’t easy either, and it’s only a matter of time before the band catches on. When everything hits the fan, Jude has to choose: a second chance at the career he’s always regretted leaving, or a shot at the man of his dreams?

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1This is one of those books that had me on edge from beginning to almost the very end. The tension was thick enough to almost be its own character. I felt so sorry for Jude, even though I understood where his band mates were coming from. Sometimes I felt like there were being a lot harder on him than they needed to be. Yeah, he screwed up, but he was young and in my experience, young guys are notorious for doing stupid things. They act first and deal with the consequences later. None of the members of “Running with Scissors” could see past Jude’s betrayal. Getting Jude’s POV helped to sympathize with him of course, but as an outsider it was easy to see things aren’t always what appears on the surface.

The book description really doesn’t really give readers a full understanding of how logical it was for Jude and A.J. to gravitate toward each other. Jude was the outcast because he was the ‘bad guy’ but A.J. was also an outcast because he was the ‘new guy.’ To be fair, the band didn’t even realize they were leaving A.J. out of their close knit group. On the other hand, Jude’s shunning was intentional. Regardless, more often than not, Jude and A.J. found themselves being thrown together for that very reason. Soon it became obvious that they had a lot more in common than just their instrument of choice.

I was pulling for these two from the start. They were good together, but the band made them feel like their love was beyond forbidden. The romantic tension and the forbidden romance almost tore them apart. Once the band found out, the odds of them making it weren’t good at all. Even with all the tension, there was a lot to love about this book. I respected A.J.’s vulnerability and totally understood it. Having Jude’s POV made me realize that it wasn’t an issue, but A.J.’s concern was real. Like I said earlier, the tension lasted till almost the very end of the book. I can almost forgive the author because I loved how things wrapped up. On a side note, even though I spent most of the book angry at Conner, by the end of Running with Scissors, I wanted him to find his HEA. I wanted him to have what A.J. and Jude ended up with. Hopefully L.A. Witt feels the same way and we haven’t seen the last of this group. ;)


Base Instincts Virtual Book Tour

BaseInstincts_TourBannerHi, everyone! I’m so excited to be on the Base Instincts blog tour. Raze and Slake’s story was a labor of love for me, and while theirs isn’t the first m/m story I’ve written, it’s a first for the Demonica/Lords of Deliverance series. If you’re curious about how it all started, be sure to enter the giveaway for a chance to win the first two books set in the Demonica/LOD universe, and for more information, head on over to!

BaseInstincts_1200x1800HRAs a Seminus demon, Raze’s life literally depends on having sex with females. The problem is that he doesn’t desire females, and it’s physically impossible for him to be with males. Thankfully, he and his best friend, Fayle, have an arrangement that keeps him alive . . . if lonely. He finds some solace in his work as a medic at Thirst, a vampire club known for its rough clientele. But his carefully structured world turns upside down when he meets a mysterious male who makes him want what he can never have.

Slake is an assassin used to getting what he wants, and what he wants is Raze. But he also wants to earn back the soul he sold when he was a much different demon. All he has to do is capture a runaway succubus named Fayle and hand her over to her family. What he doesn’t count on is being caught himself by a web of lies—and his attraction to Raze.

Raze and Slake must navigate a dangerous world to be together. But as Fayle’s jealousy of their relationship turns deadly, they find themselves embroiled in a battle not only for their love, but their lives and souls.

About Larissa Ione:

Larissa Ione is an award-winning New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. An Air Force veteran and former EMT, she traded in a career as a meteorologist to pursue her passion for writing. She now spends her days in pajamas with her computer, strong coffee, and supernatural worlds. She believes in celebrating everything, and would never be caught without a bottle of champagne chilling in the fridge . . . just in case. She currently lives in Wisconsin with her US Coast Guard husband, her teenage son, a rescue cat named Vegas, and her very own hellhound, a King Shepherd named Hexe.

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Every comment on this blog tour enters you in a drawing for a tote bag with swag and signed copies of Pleasure Unbound and Desire Unchained, the first two books in the Demonica/Lords of Deliverance series! Entries close at midnight, Eastern time, on September 19. Contest is NOT restricted to U.S. entries. Don’t forget your email so we can contact you if you win!

Bound by Flames (Night Prince #3) by Jeaniene Frost

BoundByFlamesPlay with fire, pay the price.
Leila’s years on the carnie circuit were certainly an education. What she didn’t learn: how to be a vampire, or how to be married to the most famous vampire of them all. Adjusting to both has Leila teetering on a knife edge between passion and peril, and now the real danger is about to begin…
Vlad must battle with a centuries-old enemy whose reach stretches across continents and whose strength equals his own. It isn’t like Vlad to feel fear, but he does…for Leila, because his enemy knows she is Vlad’s greatest weakness. As friend and foe alike align against him—and his over protectiveness drives Leila away—Vlad’s love for his new bride could be the very thing that dooms them both…

Bones and Cat will always be my favorite, but Leila and Vlad are coming in at a close second. Regardless of where my initial loyalties lie, I can’t help but love any couple that Jeaniene Frost writes. I have to admit though, some of Leila’s insecurities about Vlad seeped through just a little. Just like Leila, I should have known better.

Bound by Flames was intense, graphic and more often than not, totally heart breaking. It also made me gain a whole new respect for Vlad. Yes, he was arrogant, seemingly selfish at times and totally unreasonable, but his love for Leila was unwavering. The methods to his madness weren’t transparent, but he honestly had a reason for every move he made and every person he threatened.

There were times that I thought I had things figured out and just as many times that I was proved totally wrong. A couple of cameo appearances were made by some familiar characters and a couple of new characters were thrown into the mix. I love surprises and Bound by Fire didn’t disappoint. There was even a surprise confession thrown into the mix. *giggles* Needless to say, this book kept me on the edge of my seat and made me anxious for the next one, but a little sad too because the series is coming to an end. Into the Fire is the 4th and final book in the Night Prince series. There’s at least one vampire that I’d still love to find his HEA, so hopefully there’s at least a little bit more to come. ;)