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Want a $0.99 wolfie bargain?

If you like wolf shifters, take advantage of the Kindle Countdown deal I have running at the moment on A Handful of Wolf (a Snowdonia Wolves story).

Buy it from AMAZON

Be quick though – it’s only this price for a couple of days, and then it’s back up to $2.99!

 

A_Handful_of_Wolf_Cover_for_KindleSasha’s not a looking-to-the-future kind of guy, but he’s made an exception with his plans to travel and meet lots of pretty girls. Too bad his Pack Alpha, fate, and reality have other ideas about his trip abroad. He’s pretty sure he didn’t sign on to be a diplomat for the Snowdonia Wolf Pack. Or to find a Mate. Especially not a human Mate.

Megan knows better than to let a sweet-talking charmer get under her skin, but Sasha’s sexy playfulness is making her forget all her rules. Except one: she’s not willing to risk her heart by falling in love. The gorgeous boy from Wales can only be a fling, especially since her over-protective brothers hate him on sight.

In the midst of a wolf uprising, a hesitant Mate, and Megan’s complicated family ties, Sasha learns that sometimes impulsiveness is dangerous and even lethal. Can he show Megan why they belong together before it all comes crashing down around him and he loses his Mate forever.

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$50 Amazon gift card, signed paperback & swag – all could be yours…

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I’m running a FABULOUS giveaway during February, courtesy of I Love Vampire Novels. There are plenty of goodies to be won, and all you have to do is follow this link:

http://www.ilovevampirenovels.com/giveaways/win-50-amazon-gift-card-sofia-grey/

 

  • ONE (1) winner gets $50 Amazon Gift Card, Signed Paperback of A Handful of Wolf (Book: 2) & Swag Bundle
  • FOUR (4) winners get a Signed Paperback of A Handful of Wolf (Book: 2) & Swag Bundle
  • FIVE (5) winners get a Swag Bundle

And EVERYBODY Who Enters Will Get:

  • A Free Copy of Caging the Wolf via my newsletter
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What could be easier?

 

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A_Handful_of_Wolf_Cover_for_KindleSasha’s not a looking-to-the-future kind of guy, but he’s made an exception with his plans to travel and meet lots of pretty girls. Too bad his Pack Alpha, fate, and reality have other ideas about his trip abroad. He’s pretty sure he didn’t sign on to be a diplomat for the Snowdonia Wolf Pack. Or to find a Mate. Especially not a human Mate.

Megan knows better than to let a sweet-talking charmer get under her skin, but Sasha’s sexy playfulness is making her forget all her rules. Except one: she’s not willing to risk her heart by falling in love. The gorgeous boy from Wales can only be a fling, especially since her over-protective brothers hate him on sight.

In the midst of a wolf uprising, a hesitant Mate, and Megan’s complicated family ties, Sasha learns that sometimes impulsiveness is dangerous and even lethal. Can he show Megan why they belong together before it all comes crashing down around him and he loses his Mate forever?

$2.99 on AMAZON

 

 

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Coming soon – Pole Position (and a new excerpt)

Not long now until my next release, my contemporary sports romance, Pole Position. You can snap it up at the pre-order price of $0.99, but it will go up to $3.99 from 18 February.

 

Here’s an excerpt for you:

 

Sitting on the bench in the yard, I gossiped with Clare and Danny while I waited for Jon to pick me up. I heard his car before he turned into the yard, and stood up at the same time as Danny.

“It’s good to see you happy again, love,” Danny said, before sweeping me into one of his bear hugs, and lifting me right off the ground. Despite my height, he carried me as easily as a bag of feed and strode across the yard.

I squealed with mock annoyance. “Put me down, you ass.”

“Here?” He held me over the water trough and pretended to drop me.

Thumping his shoulders, I was helpless with laughter, and clung to him just in case he let go. Eventually he set me back on the ground and that’s when I spotted Clare’s worried face. I turned to see Jon glowering at us, his fists clenched at his sides.

I hurried across the yard, dusting off the straw spills attached to me, and leaned into him to claim a kiss. He just stood there, scowling at Danny.

“Jon?” I was concerned. “Are you okay?”

“Huh?” He snapped his attention to me. “I’m fine. Are you ready to go?”

“I’ll just get my purse.” I walked back to the bench, puzzled. Meanwhile, Danny strode across the yard toward Jon, his hand held out in greeting.

“Well, mate, I don’t think we’ve actually been introduced. I’m Danny Webster and this is my yard.”

I watched the encounter with interest. I was pleased Danny was making the effort, and I hoped Jon would accept this olive branch.

A muscle twitched in Jon’s otherwise poker face, but Danny had his back to me and I couldn’t see his expression. After a long hesitation, Jon held out his hand for the briefest of shakes.

“Jon Craigowan.” He bit out the words. I could see he was angry with Danny, or me, I wasn’t yet sure.

My happy mood punctured, I trailed to Jon’s side, taking his hand and squeezing it, before gazing up at him.

“See you tomorrow, love,” said Danny. Leaning forward, he brushed a kiss across my cheek. “And don’t be late.”

Jon’s hand tightened on my fingers to the point where it hurt. I whimpered, and he instantly released me. “Come on,” he turned and stomped back to the car.

I’d barely climbed inside, didn’t even have my seatbelt fastened, when he started the engine with a roar and swung out of the yard, far too fast.

Jon. Let me fasten my belt please.”

He instantly slowed down, and held out his hand to me again. “Sorry.”

I took a deep breath. Something had changed but I didn’t know what. “Will you please drop me at home. At my house?”

His gaze flicked to me, anger flashing in his eyes. “I thought you were coming back with me?”

“Yes. I just want to pick up my car first.”

He stared, and then returned his attention to the road. “Why do you need your car?” His voice was low.

“I have to be up early in the morning.”

“Apparently. And I can’t get up early enough for you?”

“Why are we quarrelling? I don’t want to spoil our weekend together.” Anxiety churned in my stomach. Where had this row suddenly blown up from?

He groaned, pulled the car off the road into a side street and switched off the engine. Turning to me, he held out his arms, and I nestled into them. My heart thudded painfully inside my chest, and I could hear his racing too. What had just happened?

“I’m sorry,” he said. “I guess I was looking forward to spending the weekend with you, and then when you said you wanted to go home, I thought you’d changed your mind.”

He’d been acting strangely since he came to pick me up, before I asked to go for my car. “Is that all? You were odd in the yard. I thought you were angry with me then. Have I done something to annoy you?”

“No, of course not.” He held me close. “I’m being an idiot, and I’m sorry. Let’s forget it shall we?”

“Okay.” I was hesitant. He hadn’t answered my question and I was sure he was hiding something. When he nibbled my earlobe and slipped one hand under my grubby T-shirt, I was suitably distracted and forgot to be cross with him. I pulled back, playful now. “Not here.”

He gave me his delicious, sexy grin and wiggled his eyebrows. “I’m inclined to agree, you smell of horse. I think you need a shower first.”

Starting the engine, he set off again. “Do you still need your car, or do you trust me to drop you off early enough?”

“Of course I trust you. I just feel bad about you driving me round everywhere, when I have a perfectly good car at home.”

“That’s settled then.” His tone was happy. The argument had been forgotten.

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Pole Position is available only on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Pole-Position-Sofia-Grey-ebook/dp/B019X66D2A

Or Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pole-Position-Sofia-Grey-ebook/dp/B019X66D2A/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My personal tribute to two great icons of our time

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David Bowie

I grew up to David Bowie’s music. The man was a legend, not only for his singing, but for his style. There are so many of his songs that are like old friends to me.

Watching this video for the first time, I remember being glued to the TV. Bowie and Mick Jagger camping it up, has to be seen, to be believed.

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Alan Rickman

Alan Rickman. I adored you as Severus Snape. You stole the screen in Die Hard, and I recently swooned over you in Love Actually. The performance that everyone seems to overlook though, was as Sir Alexander Dane in Galaxy Quest. So funny. You could turn your hand to comedy as easily as drama. Such talent is rare.

And here is Alan Rickman, explaining Snape’s character from the Harry Potter series:

R.I.P.

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Maryse has featured my Top 11 from 2015!

My Top 11 Reads of 2015

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The fabulous blogger Maryse has featured my top reads from 2015. She has the coolest book blog, and it’s one of my Go To blogs every day, to see what everyone is reading.

Anyway. My list was *supposed* to be a top 5, then a top 10, and finally finished at 11. See what I picked as my favourites for the year :-)

http://www.maryse.net/books/book-recommendations/reader-favorites-sofias-top-11-reads-for-2015.html

More Zack, you asked… here you are :-)

Quick FREE read to follow His Temporary Fix

 

If you enjoyed my recent release, His Temporary Fix, you’ll love this – a little follow-up from Zack’s POV.

 

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It’s Zack and Holly’s first Christmas together, and Zack has no idea what to buy for her.

Will he find the right present?

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To get this free read, you just need to sign up for my infrequent newsletters. I send them out every month or so, when I have discounts to tempt you with, or giveaways & freebies.

Sign up here: http://eepurl.com/bpshUn

 

Even more Zack?

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard Zack’s POV. To see a series of emails he sent Holly, check out this fun post on Written Love Reviews: PS – Stock up on condoms

 

Happy reading :-)

 

 

Jan 2016 discount

ADDICTION – only $0.99 until 12 January

Want a bargain?

 

ADDICTION (Talisman #3) is currently on offer. Until 12 January, you can grab it for the discount price of $0.99, and then it goes up to $3.99.

Although it forms part of the Talisman series of dark, paranormal romantic suspense stories, you can read it as a standalone. Tempted yet?

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Addiction_AP (1)A dark compulsion.
A secret addiction.

Krista Inglewood’s addiction runs deep; she can’t survive without a regular fix. Her Talisman bracelet, stolen when she was a child, was the only thing that ever kept the craving at bay. Until she meets Matty. He sneaks under her defenses and calms the incessant noise in her head.

Matty knows Krista is bad news, but he can’t get enough of her. His first instinct is to help, but when he learns her addiction is linked to the sickness crippling his sister, he has to face the ugly truth.

Finding her missing Talisman may be the only thing that can save Krista.

 

Buy it from:

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | iTunes

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Sneak Peek – Pole Position

 

 

Here’s a brief excerpt from Pole Position:

 

I seethed in silence. Anita glanced up, saw the angry look on my face, and struggled to sit upright. “What’s wrong?” She asked.

I didn’t answer. I looked away as I tried to get my anger under control.

“It’s something to do with Danny, isn’t it?”

I wasn’t sure what to say. How about, I’d like to throttle your friend? No, perhaps not.

Anita tugged on my arm, and I turned back to face her. She had two spots of color in her cheeks. I’d not seen her angry before.

“You still have a problem with him don’t you? What is it with you?”

She galvanized me into being honest. “I don’t trust him, and I don’t like you spending so much time with him.” As soon as I’d said it, I could have kicked myself. It sounded sulky, and childish. And it infuriated her.

“He’s my best friend. Of course I spend time with him. And how can you not trust him?” Her voice rose in pitch. “What has he done to you?”

I was astonished she could have forgotten. “Well let me see.” I was angry too. “He hung up on me several times when I phoned for you. He’s warned me to keep away from you. He’s told me to fuck off in no uncertain terms. Then he picked a fight with me. You might recall it?”

“But he apologized. Shook your hand. He told me it was all a misunderstanding.”

“Yeah, right.” I couldn’t hide my contempt.

She jerked away and stood up, shivering, before wrapping her arms over her chest. “You’re jealous.”

There. The accusation was out in the open. It lay between us, challenging me to respond.

“I trust my instincts, Anita, and they tell me to keep the hell away from him.”

She stood there completely silent, staring at me with huge eyes. I sat sullenly. I could see she was close to tears, and I suddenly regretted my words. I held out a hand to her and tried a smile, but she ignored it.

“I’ve known Danny all my life.” She spoke slowly, as though she was working out what to say. “I’ve known you for less than a month. Are you asking me to choose between you?”

“You are. Jesus Christ.” She swung away, and walked to the doorway, her arms still wrapped across her body. The rain continued to hammer down; the thunder more distant now. She stood in the doorway, silhouetted against the lighter outside. It was ages before she turned back to me.

“Danny’s always had my back. Always. He rescued me when I quit at Uni. Danny encouraged me to train as an instructor. He spent months looking at horses for me, before finding Sam. He gave me a home. Rebuilt my life.” Her voice was low, I struggled to hear her.

“Don’t make me choose, Jon.”

 

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PP_F_AP (1)Jon’s glamorous life as a racecar driver is poles apart from Anita’s job in a bookshop, and he’s drawn to her in a way he never imagined. After one unfaithful, soon-to-be-ex-wife, and a revolving door of models and actresses, Jon finds Anita’s innocence and vulnerability a breath of fresh air.

Anita’s abusive ex-boyfriend left her running scared of any kind of relationship. Picking up the pieces of her life is hard, but her best friend since childhood, Danny Webster, is only too willing to help. And then she meets Jon. He completes her in a way Danny never could.

She doesn’t expect the men to hate each other on sight. Losing Anita isn’t an option for Jon or Danny, but only one man can take pole position for her heart.

 

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Love Actually, BuzzFeed and signs of the zodiac

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I’ve got a confession to make…

* whispers * I only just watched Love Actually.

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Yes, I know it came out in 2003. Yes, I know it’s a Richard Curtis classic. Yes, I LOVE Hugh Grant in Notting Hill, and About A Boy, and I ADORE most of the cast of Love Actually (especially Rodrigo Santoro).

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So why did it take me so long? I tried to watch it once before, probably around 2005, but for some reason, I didn’t get it. I thought it was over-complex, with too many storylines running at once, and I think I abandoned it around half way through. Maybe I just needed a less complicated film on that day.

Anyway, I decided to give it another go this Christmas, and wow. I’M AN IDIOT!!! It’s a fabulous movie, full of humour, and angst, a couple of teary moments…

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