Blitz-Deadly Fun by Pam Richter

Deadly Fun

Deadly Fun by Pam Richter

To everyone aboard the luxury cruise ship, Dan and Linda Duncan are the perfect couple; married, gorgeous, and in love. But Lo is actually working in disguise and undercover, with an assumed identity. She routinely uses her unusual beauty to seek out information for an independent detective agency associated with the FBI. Her boss understands she has a checkered past, with time spent in prison, but she’s also smart, and has a law degree.
During this investigation of a deadly enforcer for the Mob, they discover murderous ties to Linda’s own family. By the end of the voyage she has chased suspects through the tropical islands, been in physical confrontations with knife, fist and firearms; the deck is awash in blood.
Can she survive the deadly fun cruise—and her boss—who may prove more deadly than the Mafia men she uncovers?

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A fun read, yes. Darkness, danger, and death lurk within the labyrinth of corridors, passageways, and public attractions spread throughout the upper and lower decks of a large cruise ship.

Exciting, page turning! Passengers with hidden identities and agenda. Mafia mayhem. A little romance and a lot of action. Pamela Richter keeps you wanting more.

Deadly Fun was a fabulous book. I loved how the characters were so easy to fall in love with. I felt like I was reading a wonderful spy adventure that took place on a cruise ship. Who says it is against the rules to fall in love with a co-worker. Lo and Lance fight their feelings for one another over the course of this book.


Author P.M. Richter

Pamela Richter lives in West Hollywood, California. She has a degree in Psychology from Northridge University. Pamela was property manager for Nansay, Corp. a multi-national corporation. She has been a dance teacher for Arthur Murray and Fred Astaire Dance Studios.
I love to hear from readers – Comments and emails are always welcome!

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Lust – Week Blitz
Lynne Tolles

New Adult Paranormal

Date Published: June 18,

A surprise visit from Blake and Devon’s uncle, Dominic, demanding
both vampires, come home immediately to find what is ailing his son Anton, puts
everyone on edge. Can vampires get sick? Devon doesn’t appreciate Dominic’s
demands, but agrees to fly back to Connecticut with Darby, since Blake has a
job to finish up in California. Excited to meet more of Devon’s family, Darby
is confused by Devon’s distance and coldness since Dominic’s visit.

In Connecticut, this only gets worse when a gorgeous Libby, Anton’s
estranged wife, shows up unexpectedly and seems to have her sights set on
Devon. To top it all off, there’s seems to be some pent up animosity, Anton and
Devon have towards each other.

What is this strange power Libby has over the men in this family? And
what’s wrong with poor Anton? Why does it seem that Anton and Devon hate each
other? These are all questions Darby sets out to answer in this third volume of
the Blood Series.


Dominic smiled at her gesture and said,
“I’m sorry, miss, this is a private family matter and I just couldn’t possibly
stay. You understand, don’t you?” He said this dismissively as if speaking to a
servant; polite, but not sincere.
Darby saw that Devon was irritated by
his uncle’s rude behavior and was about to say something, when Blake jumped out
of his chair and said, “Sure, Dominic. They understand.”
He glanced at the others at the table and
Devon an imploring look, all the while helping
his uncle with his coat. “We’ll speak in the front yard, Dominic. Go back to
your meal, enjoy! We’ll only be a minute,” Blake said rather apologetically to
Darby still standing, stunned, in front of her seat.
Darby looked at the rest of the people at
the table and said, “I’ll get some champagne flutes, to enjoy our lovely gift.”
She excused herself as
Devon and Blake led
Dominic to the front yard.
They were almost to the black limousine,
when Dominic turned to the boys. “I’m in need of your help, boys. Anton is
terribly sick and I would like you both to come to
Connecticut to help me
determine what is ailing him.”
“I’m very sorry Anton is sick, but that
does not excuse your…”
Devon started.
“What Devon is trying to say,
Dominic,” Blake interrupted, “is that we are not boys any longer. We have lives
here, jobs, commitments, significant others. We can’t just up and leave.”
“Yes, I see you’ve hooked up with a lively
bunch of hooligans. Eating at a table with witches and werewolf swine. How
could you? So what, you with your Darby girl, and you with the werewolf
crossbreed creature? Both witches, I presume?”
“Yes. I am with Rowan, but you don’t
understand, Dominic,” Blake said.
Dominic’s eyes grew large. “How despicable,
boy! Didn’t I teach you anything? Didn’t you listen to a word I told you? Your
mother must be turning in her grave in shame. We are a family of noble vampire
blood. What a disgrace to your heritage. Vile. Disgusting!”
“That’s enough, Dominic. You are wrong
about werewolves, like many are wrong about vampires. You are mistaken…”
Devon defended.
“How dare you? I am a professor of science.
I most definitely am not mistaken. I saw, with my own two eyes, the horrific
act of a werewolf. They are animals, not people.”
“You’re wrong, Dominic, very wrong. These
are good and decent people. They’ve risked their lives for us on numerous
occasions…” Blake tried to explain.
“Don’t bother explaining, Blake. He won’t
change his mind. He has his view, and that is the only view he’ll ever see,”
Devon said.
“I see your manners have been severely
degraded by the company you keep. I demand you come to
Connecticut immediately. Maybe
you’ll find your manners there and remember your place in society.”
“I’m not leaving. Not for you and most
definitely not for Anton,”
Devon said.
“Oh, grow up, boy. That was ages ago. Let
bygones be bygones already. I won’t take no for an answer. You will both march
in there, pack your things, and come home.”
Connecticut is not our home.
This is our home,
Oljone, California. Right here, with
a bunch of great friends who are waiting for us to continue our Thanksgiving
Devon said as he turned and headed back to the
“Wait, Devon,” Blake said. Devon stopped and slowly
turned. “Dominic, won’t you please join us for dinner. Get to know these
people. They are family to us.”
Devon said, “Don’t
bother wasting your breath, Blake. Like I said, he’s already made up his mind
about them.”
“It’s Thanksgiving. You said yourself, Devon, Thanksgiving is a
time to be thankful for family, friends and loved ones. Dominic and Anton are
our only blood relatives.”
“Fine. You’re right, Blake, I did say that.
Dominic, would you please join us for dinner?”
“Thank you for the offer but no. I can’t.
No, I won’t sit at a table with two werewolves. I am staying at the
Ritz-Carlton in
San Francisco. Here are your
tickets. We are leaving at
10:50 AM tomorrow. I expect
to see you on the plane.” He handed each of them a first class ticket.
“Whoa, wait a minute. I can’t go, Dominic.
I have to work. I have a project due, deadlines, I just can’t up and leave,”
Blake insisted.
“Fine, you will join us when you are done
with your commitments.”
“I’m not going either, Dominic. This is my
home, here with Darby. There is no love lost between Anton and me. I’m sure he
doesn’t want to see me any more than I want to see him. I’m sorry he’s sick,
but for God’s sake, he’s a vampire, he’ll heal. I’m sure he will be fine.”
“No, Devon. He won’t. He is
rapidly declining. You must help me. I demand that you help me.”
“You demand that I help you? There’s
nothing I can do for him. I’m not a doctor; you are. I’m a software engineer.
So is Blake. What could we possibly do for him?”
“You’re his family. You can be his family.
Maybe he will confide in you.”

“Because…you are his age. You speak his
language. You’re more understanding, like your mother.”
“Not where he’s concerned,” Devon muttered under his
“You must do this!” Dominic yelled and
turned red in the face, pounding a fist into his other hand, tears welling in
his ferociously angry eyes.
Blake said, “Hang on, now. You both need to
cool off a bit. Dominic, you’re going to blow a gasket. Relax.
Devon, if Darby went
with you to
Connecticut, would you be
willing to go and at least talk to Anton? See if maybe he would confide in you?
You never know. And if he’s really that sick, don’t you think one of us should
be there? We’re family, after all.”
“If Darby were politely invited to come,
and treated appropriately, yes, I may consider going to
“Dominic, would you be willing to accept
Darby as a guest in your home, treating her as such, for
He mulled this over, taking longer than Devon would have liked,
but he reluctantly agreed.
“As long as her mutant sister does not
come. Yes, I would accept the witch as a guest in my home providing she behaves
in a proper manner.”
“What the he…” Devon started. Blake saw
he was about to blow his top and interrupted.
“See, I knew this could be worked out. Now,
would you at least join us for a glass of champagne and invite Darby properly,
Dominic grumbled and nodded.

the Author: T. Lynne Tolles

T. Lynne Tolles can be found most days, juggling one of two cat muses
and a laptop, tripping over an ancient Newfoundland dog and washing a
never-ending pile of laundry. When life doesn’t get in the way, she writes
paranormal romances for new adults.
Her passion for witches, ghosts, and vampires together with a
light-hearted wit are reflected in her loveable characters and the adventures
of mystery they unravel to find their happily ever after.

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British hotelier Ian Gregson had it all – wealth, good looks, power, and a share in his family’s worldwide, multi-billion dollar luxury hotel chain. His very name was synonymous with sophistication and elegance, and any woman he wanted could be his with just a look. But the only woman he truly desired was strictly forbidden to him for too many reasons to count.

Tessa Lockwood was young, beautiful, and lonely, despite the fact that she was a married woman. Her life had not been an easy one, and the extravagant world she caught glimpses of as an employee of the Gregson Hotel Group was far beyond anything she could ever dream of. She could no more imagine herself ensconced in that sort of luxurious lifestyle than she could attracting the attention of her handsome, debonair boss.

Ian and Tessa secretly long for each other from afar, never daring to reveal their forbidden attraction to the other, until circumstances bring them together in a very unexpected way. And from that point on, nothing will stand in Ian’s way to finally make her his.

AUTHOR’S NOTE – despite what you might be thinking at this point, there is NO cheating in this story – just an incredibly romantic hero who will make you swoon with the way in which he sweeps the heroine off her feet!

1. How did you think of the title?
I needed a one-word title that began with an S, since I’d decided this was the continuing theme I wanted for all the books in the series. Splendor basically describes in a nutshell the sort of privileged lifestyle that Ian has always known, and how dazzled Tessa is by all of it.

2. Describe the relationship between Ian and Tessa
romantic, passionate and tender all at the same time. Ian has been in love with Tessa for a long time but has had to keep his feelings hidden because she’s married, while she’s had a secret crush on him at the same time. Once they finally get together, Ian can’t resist sweeping Tessa off her feet, and what follows is a deeply romantic love story combined with some very steamy sex.

3. What scene was the hardest to write? The easiest?
the hardest scene was probably the one where Tessa is telling Ian about what an awful childhood she had. It was important that this scene not be rushed and that all of the details were revealed, but at the same time I had to make sure it didn’t drag on and on and didn’t sound like one big pity party. The easiest scene by far was the epilogue because I knew for weeks how I wanted that one to go and it just flowed really smoothly while writing it.

4. What is something readers don’t know about Splendor?
that this was really the first book in the series I wanted to write. But after toying around with the plot for a while I realized that Serendipity had to come first, in order to lay the groundwork for Splendor.

5. What’s up next for the Inevitable series?
a lot! Next up is a novella about Julia and Nathan’s wedding (they are the heroine/hero from Serendipity). That will be followed by Angela’s story, then another novella about Tessa and Ian’s wedding, and then two more full length novels about related characters from the books. Oh, and I’m also writing several additional scenes from Splendor that I will be publishing as a free read on Goodreads.

6. Do your friends and family know about your writing? What do they think?
my family definitely knows, yes. My husband has been really supportive, even helping me set up a home office/writing nook. My adult daughter is also very supportive and has helped me some with the social media stuff since much of that was new to me. Most of my friends don’t know since they are almost all from the running community, and their lives these days revolve around doing crazy things like running 100-mile races.

7. Which authors have influenced you?
Great writers of women’s fiction/romance that include Sandra Brown, Judith McNaught, Barbara Delinsky, and Linda Howard. All of these women are great storytellers and write original, engaging books. In more recent years I’ve been a real fan of Sylvia Day, Sylvain Reynard, Christina Lauren and Emma Chase.

8. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up
as a kid I’m not sure I had any real idea of what I wanted to do when I grew up. As an adolescent/teen, I knew I wanted to do something with writing and ideally wanted a career in journalism or public relations.

9. Do you have any book signings coming up?
my books thus far have only been released in e-book format, though I understand there are now ways for readers to get e-books signed. My hope/dream for the near future is to get invited to an author event where I can meet readers face to face.

10. Do you hear from your readers often? How can fans contact you?
I occasionally hear from readers, yes, and I love corresponding with them and encourage them to contact me. I can be contacted via my Facebook page, at Goodreads, or via email (

Meet the Author

Janet is a lifelong resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, and currently resides on the northern California coast with her husband Steve and Golden Retriever Max. She worked for more than two decades in the financial services industry before turning her focus to producing running events. She is a former long-distance runner, current avid yoga practitioner, is addicted to Pinterest, likes to travel and read. She has been writing for more than three decades, with her first e-book Serendipity published in December 2013. Splendor is book two of six in the Inevitable series, each book a standalone with no cliffhangers.

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