Sharon Hamilton’s ; Queen of the Underworld

Audray has just assumed the title as first-ever Queen of the Underworld. As she attempts to consolidate her rule, characters from the past threaten to destroy her and the love she shares with Jonas Starling, a 300-year old dark angel. When she discovers she has been the recipient of a miracle, suddenly their whole immortal lives are changed forever. Will they survive the coming war or get snagged in the power struggle over not only the underworld, but the human world as well?

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Sharon Hamilton


NY Times and four time USA/Today, Top 100 Amazon Bestselling and multiple award-winning Author, Sharon Hamilton’s storytelling satisfies like a thick bar of chocolate. Sharon’s romances are scorching hot, filled with suspense, adventure and adrenaline-pumping action.

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Sharon and her husband live in Northern California, in the heart of the Wine Country, where most of her stories take place. When she isn’t writing, she can be found getting vera vera dirty in her flower and vegetable gardens.

SEAL BROTHERHOOD SERIES (All can be read stand alone or out of order):
Book 1: Accidental SEAL, Kindle/Print (Audio book available on Amazon/Audible/iTunes)
Book 2: Fallen SEAL Legacy, Kindle/Print (Audio book available on Amazon/Audible/iTunes)
Book 3: SEAL Under Covers, Kindle/Print (Audio book available on Amazon/Audible/iTunes)
Book 4: SEAL The Deal, Kindle/Print (Audio book available on Amazon/Audible/iTunes)
Book 5: Cruisin’ For A SEAL, Kindle/Print (Audio book available on Amazon/Audible/iTunes)
Book 6: SEAL My Destiny (Audio book available on Amazon/Audible/iTunes)
Book 7: SEAL Of My Heart (Audio book available on Amazon/Audible/iTunes
Book 8: SEAL’s Promise (Print and Audible/iTunes coming soon)

Hot Alpha SEALs: All eReaders
SEALed With A Kiss: Available for limited time only
Kindle World (Game For Love): SEAL’s Goal (The Beautiful Game) Kindle.

Book 1: Honeymoon Bite, Kindle/Print (Audio book and print available on Audible/iTunes)
Book 2: Mortal Bite, Kindle/Print (Audio book available on Audible/iTunes)

Book 1: Heavenly Lover, Kindle/Print/Audible/iTunes
Book 2: Underworld Lover, Kindle/Print/Audible/iTunes
Book 3: Underworld Queen, Kindle (print/Audible coming)

Ultimate SEAL Collection – Books 1-4 with prequels to first two books in the SEAL Brotherhood Series. (Kindle only)
SEAL Brotherhood Boxed Set No. 1 – Book 1 in the SEAL Brotherhood Series plus a prequel story.
SEAL Brotherhood Boxed Set No. 2 – Book 2 in the SEAL Brotherhood Series plus a prequel story.


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SUNDAYS WITH SHARON: Christmas SEAL, A Gift for Christmas

by Sharon


I decided to give you a little short story to sketch out a new character I’m going to be writing for my next SEAL book in the Bad Boys of SEAL Team 3 of my SEAL Brotherhood series. His name is Rory Kennedy and I’m already in love with him, and he’s only nine in this story, until the very end.

Enjoy! Merry Christmas to you all!

Rory Kennedy didn’t believe in Santa Claus when he was a child, because there were no pictures in the orphanage he spent five of his young years in. There was a Christmas Tree, but they removed it when Rory and a number of the boys took the glass ball ornaments outside and tossed them at each other like snowballs.

They’d missed their dinner that night too, but the giggles continued all through the evening. Instead of Christmas carols, they told ghost stories in the corner of the locked room they shared. The room was always locked at night from the outside because these were the incorrigible boys, and though the oldest was seven, they had earned a reputation they liked: impossible to live with. They figured if they’d continue screwing up, they could stay together until their teens, and then be a pack of friends “on the outside” as they referred to it. Though they’d been scolded and reminded of it many times, it still felt like a children’s prison.

Rory’s parents were said to be still alive, but he didn’t believe it. The nuns had two classifications of children: orphans and true orphans. This made a difference since the center was given an allotment of new clothes every year, along with hand-me-downs given by the community. The true orphans got the new clothes, and the orphans, like Rory, got the hand-me-downs.

Rory didn’t mind this arrangement, because he didn’t like the look and feel of stiff pants that made skinny underweight kids like himself look like cardboard stick figures as they walked around in their new finery. The fact that his clothes had smudges and tears made him more comfortable, and less guilty when he damaged them further.

His mother visited him one time. She brought a boyfriend with her, and afterwards he realized he’d not passed the test she was hoping he would and they never returned. No doubt, the man was looking to see if Rory could come home and live with them and evidently he decided he couldn’t. It hurt a little bit. Would have been better, he thought afterwards, if she’d never come. It was evidence that she’d abandoned him, and not the other way around. And that sucked big time.

But fate had a way of messing up his community, and one by one the boys were sent off to foster care as the aging nuns began to close down the orphanage. The Diocese was in need of money, and this enterprise was considered expendable, especially since there were other agencies who could handle children that needed homes.

The first foster care home only kept Rory for a week. The second was another zoo of unkempt children with snotty noses and Rory took ill and wound up in the hospital. They discovered he’d picked up a tapeworm and along with other things, removed him from the home.

He’d developed an allergy to strawberries, of all things. His new foster mother liked to put them in everything, and Rory was soon covered in spots. At first he was quarantined like he had chicken pox, but when the spots continued for a month, the allergy was discovered. Rory had liked his quarantine. He’d started reading Playboys he’d snuck from his foster older brother, who also was a good source for alcohol and cigarettes for the nine-year-old Rory, who acted as lookout for some of the teen’s more questionable activities. But all that dried up when young Frank was sent to Juvenile Hall for some infraction he swore he never did, involving a girl at his high school. Rory was, once again, left alone.

He knew he’d developed an addiction to cigarettes. He’d heard and seen things enough to know that’s what happened when you smoked several a day. Sometimes he’d steal a whole pack from his foster mother when he learned where she stashed them after Frank was carted off. But then she discovered his sinister deed and kept her smokes in a locked cabinet.

Frustrated and telling himself he needed some kind of distraction or he’d start thinking about running away, he began a love affair with fire. He liked to set small fires in the rear yard, raking up leaves and burning them, thinking he’d been helpful to The House as he called it. His foster mother seemed to be okay with it, for some reason, since Rory was the only one to rake the leaves or do any work around the house. He liked tinkering with things.

He started tinkering with bottle rockets when he was given some firecrackers by a Chinese kid at school. Then he began unpeeling the paper on the little explosive devices and filling plastic straws with a longer fuse, which really sent the projectiles into the air. Of course he could never tell where they’d land. Only one of them landed on a car and set off the alarm. It left a large crater in the roof, though.

He found some shotgun shells in the old garage that was more of a toolshed than garage and he knew he was in like Flynn. He accidentally set one off on the workbench. He was lucky to get away with only losing the fourth finger on his left hand, but the ensuing fire burned down the garage and once again, Rory was sent to his fourth foster home after his surgery and hospitalization.

Now, as a grown man, and a Navy SEAL, he sat in the coffee house/book store and watched the chubby and well-loved children huddle at a book reading with a woman dressed as Santa Claus, telling stories to her little horde of fans. He allowed himself to drop the window on his calluses, and enjoy the scene, even though he felt a pang of hurt. It was like the caramel salted latte he sipped: some salt and some sweet. It was the story of his life.

Hope you enjoy your Holidays with friends and family. Let’s remember those who are no longer with us this Holiday season as well. And the men and women who stand for us in harm’s way. God Bless.

Sharon HamiltonIMG_5233

Life is one fool thing after another.

Love is two fool things after each other.

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Unexpecting (The Case Files of Dr. Matilda Schmidt, Paranormal Psychologist by Cynthia St. Aubin

When who’s your daddy is a multiple choice question…

Paranormal Psychologist Matilda Schmidt is one client away from fa-la-la-la-losing it. Holiday cheer is in the air, gun-toting fruitcakes are in her office, and she’s spinning through mood swings fast enough to make her toss her cookies–even without the morning sickness.

When Ol’ Kris Kringle goes AWOL after a nervous breakdown, his disgruntled elf is convinced that only Matilda can get him back on his sleigh in time to keep humans from tearing each other apart quicker than couponeers at a Black Friday sale.

But their efforts hit the skids when the men in Matilda’s life show up and demand to know which of them is responsible for the bun in her oven: the hot hit man who’s likely to stuff her stocking with ammunition, or the delicious demigod who’s made Santa’s naughty list a couple centuries running.






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White picket fences and fairy tale endings aren’t in Roxanna Moss’s vocabulary. If she’s learned anything at all from her parents’ failed relationships, it’s to keep a lid on her emotions and the walls secure around her heart. As a PI in training by day and a writer by night, she doesn’t have time for a relationship, anyway.

What she didn’t plan on was Dr. Walker…

Chase Walker’s piercing blue eyes and sexy smile make it difficult to keep her heart in check. Even solving the biggest case of her career can’t distract her from the irresistible man heating up her sheets. Chase has her questioning everything she thought she knew about relationships, and denial can’t change the fact that she’s falling madly, deeply, and reluctantly in love.

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The rain pelted the car roof, but it wasn’t loud enough to drown out the thunder crashing above. I threw the car door open and ran through the downpour up to the porch. I was soaking wet by the time I reached the shelter of the overhang, my dress plastered to my skin.

I jiggled the key in the front door, mumbling, “I need a new lock on this damn thing.”

“You left without saying goodbye.”

Startled, I jumped. My keys fell to the ground. I spun around, my heart in my throat.

“What the hell, Chase?” Before I could stop myself, I whacked him in the chest. Hard. “You scared the hell out of me!”

“I’m sorry.” He let out a soft chuckle. Rain dribbled from his temple. He wiped it away then ran his hand through his hair. “I would have called first, but you left your phone and purse at the gallery.” He held up the hand clutching my purse. “Gen asked me to bring it to you.”

“You’re lucky I didn’t have my purse on me. I might have pepper-sprayed you.”

“Thank God you didn’t have your purse, then.” His smile breathtaking.

“Thank you.” I swooped to pick up my keys in the dim glow of the porch light. “It was nice of you to come in this weather.”

As if on cue, thunder boomed, sounding too close.

“I think we should skip the coffee and do dinner instead.” He stepped closer, and I gravitated toward him.

“Dinner. Yes.” Dinner sounded much better. Dinner would mean a goodnight kiss. I wanted that kiss!

“You do eat, don’t you, Roxanna?”

My name rolled off his tongue like honey, and tingles shot up my spine.

What was it about Chase that got to me like this? I wanted to know—needed to know. Maybe it was all pure sexual attraction. That has to be it.

“I happen to love eating,” I said in one breath, my eyes riveted on his.

“Good, because I would love feeding you.” His diabolical grin made my knees weak.

Now I had an image of him feeding me something sexy, like chocolate strawberries. I licked my lips.

He was so close, I thought he would kiss me. But he didn’t. He reached for my hand and took my keys with a gentle tug.

I stepped aside so he could open the door.

I didn’t take a step backward, which would have been appropriate. I stayed right where I was, so close that the scent of him surrounded me. The rain had slowed to a sprinkle and the rain chimes pinged in the breeze.

“There’s something about you, Roxanna.” He brushed his fingers through my hair and his thumb caressed my cheek. The heat from his body made it hard to breathe, his mouth so close, but so far. If I rose to my tiptoes, our lips would meet. The memory of our last kiss had me shivering with anticipation.

“Oh?” I said on a breath.

“Yes.” He closed the distance between us. “I’ll call you.”

Then he pressed his lips against mine in a warm, soft kiss. His tongue flicked against the tip of mine for a moment—too soon, and the kiss was over. I’d forgotten to breathe. The kiss was more sensual than any I’d ever had before.

“See you soon.” He brushed his thumb against my cheek once more before.

See you soon? No way in hell was I waiting for a ‘soon’.

I reached for his hand and tugged him back to me. He turned, surprised, but the moment his cobalt orbs connected with mine, his gaze turned intensely hot. His lips crushed over mine, and my hands went to his hair. His hands gripped under my butt, lifting me, and my lips parted in a gasp. His tongue slipped inside. His erection rubbed against the center of my thighs where the flesh pulsated. I moaned and dropped my head back while he kissed my collar bone, then the sensitive flesh below my ear.

Imogen Gorecki needs a date to her sister’s engagement party—especially since her cheating ex-boyfriend is on the guest list. But finding Mr. Perfect in a time crunch is proving impossible.

Just when she’s about to give up, she face-plants into the crotch of the sexiest guy she’s ever met.

Matt Sesnick is everything Imogen wants in a man, but he’s not looking for a relationship so soon after his recent divorce. Will Gen’s pregnant and hormonal older sister, her bridezilla twin, and all of her past Mr. Wrongs get in the way of their happily-ever-after, or can she convince Matt to take another shot at love?


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Once upon a time…

Bridal boutique owner Alexis Gorecki used to believe in happily-ever-afters—until Prince Charming turned into a toad. When it seems her evil almost-in-laws will stop at nothing to ruin her professional reputation Lexie wages war. Which sounded so much better in her head.

Her strawberries and cream personality really isn’t cut out for taser guns and blackmail.

To complicate matters, Lexie’s first love is back in town—and pushing all the right buttons. Her heart still remembers the first time he broke it, but she can’t deny the way her body responds to his touch. Leo Moss has always been her weakness. Can he convince Lexie she’s not quite done with love?


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Angela Ford’s 2014 Holiday Hop – December 1st – 15th

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