Contest Winner and Kait Nolan's Devil's Eye

Friday! And I've got 100 followers - thank you all!

I've been away for a few days - at one point I was writing in Bangor, Maine, which was a very daunting experience. At least Stephen King doesn't write Romance (as a genre, anyway).

For that reason, I couldn't get Frodo to help me with the draw and have used a randomiser instead.

Drumroll... And the winner is... Rat a tat tat...

Joanna St. James

Congratulations Joanna! Let me know which prize you'd like: 10$ at or or 10$ for your PayPal account or the Mystery Book Bag with three books!

If you're looking for a short piece to read this weekend, you can't do better than Kait Nolan's latest paranormal novella, Devil's Eye, the second story in the Mirus series. Devil's Eye features wolf-shifter Mick and demi-goddess Sophie, set against the backdrop of New Orleans - with a hurricane coming in.

"Trouble. That’s what wolf-shifter Mick thinks when a beautiful woman appears in his New Orleans bar with a hurricane at her back. His first impression is confirmed when Sophie starts asking questions about his missing waitress, Liza. Mick will do anything to rescue a member of the pack he’s made for himself, including forming an unlikely alliance with a woman with a badge."
The story is tightly woven, with rising tension throughout, and the romance between Mick and Sophie had me hoping for more stories about them.

Kait does a great job of wrapping up the action but leaving larger questions open at the end, and there's so much to explore in the Mirus world. Information on obtaining Devil's Eye is here and the latest instalment of Forsaken by Shadow is up. Also, Kait's recently been interviewed at My Love Affair With Books.


Anonymous said…
Oh I LOVED Maine. I interviewed at U of ME when I was looking at grad schools ages back. Isn't Stephen King's house crazy?

Thanks for the pimpage doll!
yay way to pop the question! thank you so much. I think I'll do the gift card.
Hows the new year treating you?
Deniz Bevan said…
Hey Kait - I've still got to put up the photos I took of King's house. His gates were open...

Thanks Joanna, I'm having a great year so far! Just sent off the card...

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