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And one more!

12 May And one more!

This one isn’t out for a bit but I wanted to share the cover and blurb with you guys anyway. This is the second installment to the Riding Hood Tales.


Available Now:

 Liquid Silver, Amazon, and All Romance


Release Date: June 18th, 2012

The Big Cry Wolf

by: Nina S. Gooden

ISBN: 978-1-59578-947-1



And a Blurb for your reading pleasure:

Roux has never been happier in her life. As a Human living among wolves, she’s ready to tackle the job of earning their respect and approval. Her mate, Aldrich, is a sinfully sensual Alpha with the ability to light her up with just one look. It’s a shiny new start, a fresh chance to have all the things she’s never thought she would: love, acceptance, security.


She never expected it to be easy, but she didn’t think it would be murder.


When the confusing world of wolf politics and caste expectations takes a deadly turn, she finds herself in the midst of a brewing war where only she can find the true instigator. There are other shifter-races in the forest surrounding Harmony, and if she doesn’t stop this war, conflict will shake them all.


To make matters worse, no matter how hard she tries, she cannot resummon the Blut-kette. Aldrich, needs the mystical red riding hood to remain sane, and every day he is without it, he loses a little more of himself to the battle between man and beast.


It’s up to her to conquer the warring energies within her and the Pack. She has to … or she will lose everything.

What’s a girl to do when an average day turns into war and turmoil?

Amanda Kelsey is the soft touch behind this cover. Isn’t it beautiful? I was a little worried when I asked for something “with red.” I’m not a big fan of red covers as a reader, so I was taking a risk here, methinks. But it came out beautifully! I’m absolutely thrilled with this story and pleased that it has a cover that does it justice.

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