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Friday, July 29, 2016

Books Worth You Bucks- Snow Leopard's Tale by Nara Malone

Welcome to the first Friday of Books Worth Your Bucks. This is an ongoing blog with fellow authors who wish to introduce Indy or small pub authors to other readers. Each Friday we will spotlight an authors book, give buy links along with the links to the other authors participating who have a book for you to look at as well.

I belong to a virtual writing colony known as OpenSim. Nara Malone, Siobhan Muir and I have always wanted to bring more attention to the Indie authors. With so many books out there now it's hard to figure out what is a good, well written book...or not. With this in mind, we the Nookettes of the Virtual writing colony of Nara's Nook have come up with this blog. My first offering is none other than Nara's Nook herself, Nara Malone.

Meet Nara Malone Author of the Pantherian Tales

Whether it's a shapeshifter romance exploring the primal power of the wild feminine, or BDSM romance where love digs into a character's shadows, Nara believes romance should open the door and push lovers into a new dimension: sexually, emotionally, and sometimes physically.

Nara is an award winning novelist and poet. As a freelance journalist and writer her feature profiles on women entrepreneurs and her romantic short stories have been published in newspapers, magazines, and digital publications.

Nara lives on a small farm in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains. When she's not writing, she loves to run, hike, bike, and kayak. Every story she tells incorporates her love of animals, nature, and adventure.

Snow Leopard's Tale is the second in the Pantherian Tales. Her first book, Tigers Tale won the Stroke of Midnight award for best paranormal romance. Her books can be read as a stand alone or in order.

Allie is determined to build an ordinary life. To survive she needs to be the sort of woman on one notices. She has a generic job, lives in a generic apartment, and thinks maybe one day she'll find an ordinary Joe who wants an average Jane sort of woman. 

Marcus is anything but an ordinary Joe. Even if humans can't perceive that he's a shifter and millennial being, he's the sort of man women notice. A night of passion laced with Marcus's sex magick is a night any female, human or Pantherian, won't forget.

But Allie does forget. She repeatedly fails to recognize him even after an intense sexual encounter. Marcus discovers the source of her problem-face blindness, a genetic disorder with no cure. So he decides to use erotic rituals to teach her to see with more than her eyes. What he doesn't count on is Allie seeing past the man-and recognizing the beast within.

I quite frankly couldn't put this book down! She paints scenes rich with color, scents and emotions. Engaging all your senses. Nara has taken a little known disorder and brought it to light in such an engaging way, you want to google more on the subject of face blindness and wonder how many you may have met which this disorder.

The love story between Marcus and Allie is deep, satisfying and erotic as hell! Marcus is determined to help animals who have the misfortune to end up as experimental lab subjects, medically altered to be more than animal. Inseminated with fertilized eggs and forced to give birth to a new thinking and reasoning breed of animal. Marcus, in search to cure the wasting disease of all Pantherian females, believes the means of saving them from extinction lies in these animals. 
Allie, just wants to be left alone, routine is the constant she lives by. Blending in her goal. Running from a life raised on the wrong side of the law, all she wants is to be a regular law abiding citizen. 

Allie has a secret that not even she is aware of, and when it bursts forth it will change her forever.

Buy Links:
For The Tigers Tale $3.99:

For The Snow Leopard $3.99

To check out the other two book offering please go to the following blogs:

Don't forget to check out my next edition of Pick Me Up Monday. Have an awesome weekend Peeps.

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