Tag : Christine Rains

Written on Mar, 14, 2015 by in , , | 6 Comments.

Do you like vampires? Do you like demons? If you also like urban fantasy then this is a great read for you. Erin might look like a human but she's part demon and works in a funeral home – how's that for an original setting? When a cadaver wakes up, surprised to find himself a vampire…. well, let's just say …

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I don't often feature erotica on my blog, but I want to recommend a geek-inspired book with more than a passing connection to D&D. My good friend, Christine Rains (member of our Untethered Realms group) has written Loose Corset, Book 1 of the Dice & Debauchery series. (Isn't that a great series title?) Continue reading for a post by Christine …

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Written on Jul, 15, 2013 by in , | 11 Comments.

So you’ve probably heard me rave all this year about Christine Rains‘ paranormal series The 13th Floor. Though I’m not usually a reader of paranormal romance, these are among the best books I’ve read in 2013. Today I’m part of her blog tour marking the release of the final book in the series, The Ghost. Although each book is its own …

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Written on Jun, 21, 2013 by in , | 11 Comments.

A continuing series about each author in Untethered Realms, a neat spec-fic publishing group. Check us out:  Facebook | Twitter | Website I’ve read all but the latest 13th Floor books and they are some of my favourite books of 2013. Though The Ghost is coming out soon, I recommend you read them from the beginning. They’re fast reads.   Christine Rains Christine Rains is …

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Written on Feb, 15, 2013 by in | 11 Comments.

Please give a warm welcome to Christine Rains, author of the paranormal series The 13th Floor (among others). I’ve read the first two in the series: The Marquis and The Alpha and they’re super reads. Christine writes about very compelling, charismatic characters. The Dragonslayer is out now, and The Harbinger coming March 13th. Graeme: How and why did you become an author? CR: I’ve always been a writer. …

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