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Friday, 28 November 2014

The Vampires Concubine Christmas in Legionnaire Book Tour/ Giveaway.

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Virtual Book Tour Dates: 11/18/14 – 12/16/14


Genres: Vampire Romance, Erotic Romance











Blurb:


Taken: The Vampire’s Concubine – Part Six


Christmas on Legionnaire


A vampire romance bestselling paranormal romance series!


Keely has found happiness as mate to the most powerful alpha vampire
on Legionnaire… or so she thinks. When the latest shipment of concubines
are unloaded, though, her entire world is shattered as someone
unexpected is revealed. Will the magic of Christmas be enough to heal
her broken heart?



This series is best read in order. See parts one through five exclusively on Amazon Kindle!



Excerpt:


A hand slid along his upper shoulder, as a woman moved to stand in
front of him. Her long dark hair was pulled back in a bun, her
attractive dark eyes simmering with arousal in the flashing lights. She
was beautiful, and she was a vampire. And from the fresh bite marks on
her neck, she was exactly what Zander was looking for.



“I haven’t seen you around here before,” she murmured, in a sexy, throaty voice.


“That’s because I haven’t been here before,” he retorted, his muscles
tensing as her hand followed a slow path from his shoulder to his
abdomen. With her eyes locked to his, she dropped her hand down to the
bulge of his crotch as she squeezed.



“Mmm, nice, “ she breathed out, caressing him boldly. She wiggled her
way in between his legs to whisper in his ear, “I’m interested. Let’s
go in the back.” 




Buy Link:


Amazon 



About the Author:


I’ve always had a fascination with vampires. My ideal man evolved
from tall, dark, and sexy to tall, dark, and sexy with fangs. And so my
fantasy was born.



My first release is Taken: The Vampire’s Concubine (Part One). If you
like a safe and neat series, this is not for you. Taken is very dark in
nature, with strong sexual themes, dangerous situations, and Gothic
undertones throughout it. When you open the pages to my series, you’re
stepping into a world ruled by beings that survive on blood. There’s
nothing safe about that.



The year is 2050, and Keely has just been abducted from her home in
small-town USA. Blindfolded and bound, she is taken into outer space and
delivered into a world with three moons and no sun. Almost immediately,
she discovers her fate. Due to a rare blood factor she’s been taken and
now she’s expected to select a male vampire mate and breed.



The attraction between her and her guard is instantaneous, but where
can it lead? Now a concubine, Keely is taken for her grooming. The
market is quickly approaching, her future dark and uncertain. She’s
destined to be a vampire’s concubine, but which one will she pick?



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Connect with the Author:


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Amazon Author Page


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Facebook 



Giveaway:


Enter to win one of two $10 Amazon gift cards. Open Internationally. This giveaway will run 11/18/14 – 12/16/14. Enter through Rafflecopter.



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LIFE DISCARDED BOOK TOUR/GIVEAWAY!!


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Virtual Book Tour Dates: 11/24/14 – 12/22/14




Genres: Suspense/Thriller/Mystery, Women’s Lit




Tour Promo: Unforeseen Consequences and Buried Appearances by D.E. Haggerty are free until 1/1/15.



















Blurb:










Why

would a woman who has it all throw her life away? Morgan has the

perfect life. She married the man of her dreams. Daniel is smart,

gorgeous and successful. Everything she has always wanted in a husband

and the father of her children. But he’s also overprotective, jealous,

and domineering. Is living with him enough to drive Morgan over the

edge? Or does something more treacherous lurk beneath the façade? 












Morgan









A

gorgeous, sweet woman that is oblivious to her own beauty. She’s shy

with men, but a rock to her friends. A librarian in a small town in the

mid-west. She’s been waiting a long-time to find
the one.












Daniel









An

accountant in the city who will do anything to be the youngest partner

in his firm. He always gets what he wants and he wants Morgan. He will

pursue Morgan until she submits.












Together









They

rush through a courtship and marry within a year of meeting. Morgan’s

life is perfect. She has a job she loves, a best friend for which she

would do anything and a husband that completes her. But things are not

often as they appear. Behind closed doors the loving Daniel that Morgan

married is jealous and overprotective. Sometimes he’s even domineering.












The Culmination









Morgan runs away – destroying everything in her path as she disappears. What made this good girl go bad?











 




Excerpt:










Morgan

was still obsessed with Daniel’s locked office door the next day at

the library. Instead of getting busy with her overload of work, she

stared at her computer, trying to work, but not accomplishing

anything as the words on her computer blurred together.








Did

you hear?” Dawn shouted as she breezed into Morgan’s office.

Morgan startled at the sound of Dawn’s voice and shook her head to

force the fog from her head.






Jeez,

Dawn, you scared me.” Morgan held her hand over her

beating-out-of-control heart.






Dawn

came over to Morgan’s desk, shaking a newspaper in her hand. “Did

you see this?”






Morgan

had no idea what in the newspaper could be getting Dawn so excited.

“What are you talking about you?” She asked on a sigh.






Dawn

opened the newspaper and laid it over the mess on Morgan’s desk.

“Look,” she said pointing to a column in the crime section.

Morgan waved her hand over the newspaper, caught up in her own drama

and uninterested in a stranger’s drama. “Just tell me.”






There’s

been another rape,” Dawn was nearly shouting.






Another

rape? What are you talking about?”






Dawn

sighed and crossed her arms. “Don’t you remember? There was a

rape at that fancy hotel in Milwaukee a while back. And now there’s

been another one!”






That’s

horrible.” Morgan sank into her chair. Dawn sat down across from

her. She picked up the newspaper again. “It was at another hotel in

downtown Milwaukee, but they’re withholding the location as they

don’t want to scare anyone.” She continued to scan the story.

“They’re calling it date rape. Don’t you hate that? Rape is

rape. No is no.”






Morgan

nodded. Based on personal experience, she could vehemently agree.

Dawn went back to reciting the facts from the article. “It says the

woman was picked up in some bar and then they went back to her hotel

room.
The victim, whose identity is

protected, claims she tried to fight off the assailant, but at 5’4”

the victim didn’t have much chance. The victim’s long hair was

ripped from her head in places and her glasses were destroyed in the

struggle.






Morgan

shuddered. “Dawn, that’s enough. We need to get to work.” She

pulled herself together and shooed Dawn out of her office. She locked

her office door behind Dawn and sank to the floor. Taking deep

breaths, she tried to fight the guilt clawing at her. In desperate

need of reassurance from a loved one, she stood and went to her bag

for her phone. Daniel had left that morning for some conference.

Although she was desperate to call him, she didn’t want to anger

him by disturbing him and settled for texting – hoping he would

respond.










 




Buy Links:



















About the Author:




D.E.

Haggerty was born and raised in Wisconsin but thinks she’s a European.

After spending her senior year of high school in Germany, she developed a

bad case of wanderlust that is yet to be cured. After high school she

returned to the U.S. to go to college ending up with a Bachelor’s degree

in History at the tender age of 20 while still managing to spend time

bouncing back and forth to Europe during her vacations. Unable to find a

job after college and still suffering from wanderlust, she joined the

U.S. Army as a Military Policewoman for 5 years. While stationed in

Heidelberg, Germany, she met her future husband, a flying Dutchman.

After being given her freedom from the Army, she went off to law school.

She finished law school and moved to the Netherlands with her husband

and became a commercial lawyer for more than a decade. During a six

month break from the lawyering world, she wrote her first book,
Unforeseen Consequences.

Although she finished the book, she went back to the law until she

could no longer take it and upped stakes and moved to Germany to start a

B&B. Three years after starting the B&B, she got the itch and

decided to pull the manuscript for
Unforeseen Consequences out

of the attic and get it published as an e-book. Deciding that she may

have indeed finally found what she wanted to do with her life, she went

on to write
Buried Appearances. After moving to Istanbul, she started on Life Discarded,

her third book. Between tennis, running, traveling, singing off tune

and reading books like they are going out of style, she writes articles

for a local expat magazine and various websites, reviews other indie

authors’ books, writes a blog about whatever comes to mind and is

working on her fourth book.





 




Connect With The Author:









 


Giveaway:




Enter to win a $25 Amazon gift card on the Life Discarded by D.E.

Haggerty Book Tour and Giveaway! Open worldwide, this giveaway will run

11/24/14 – 12/22/14. Enter through Rafflecopter.







a Rafflecopter giveaway

http://fireandicebooktours.wordpress.com/2014/11/13/lifediscarded/







Virtual Book Tour Dates: 11/24/14 – 12/22/14




Genres: Suspense/Thriller/Mystery, Women’s Lit




Tour Promo: Unforeseen Consequences and Buried Appearances by D.E. Haggerty are free until 1/1/15.



















Blurb:










Why

would a woman who has it all throw her life away? Morgan has the

perfect life. She married the man of her dreams. Daniel is smart,

gorgeous and successful. Everything she has always wanted in a husband

and the father of her children. But he’s also overprotective, jealous,

and domineering. Is living with him enough to drive Morgan over the

edge? Or does something more treacherous lurk beneath the façade? 












Morgan









A

gorgeous, sweet woman that is oblivious to her own beauty. She’s shy

with men, but a rock to her friends. A librarian in a small town in the

mid-west. She’s been waiting a long-time to find
the one.












Daniel









An

accountant in the city who will do anything to be the youngest partner

in his firm. He always gets what he wants and he wants Morgan. He will

pursue Morgan until she submits.












Together









They

rush through a courtship and marry within a year of meeting. Morgan’s

life is perfect. She has a job she loves, a best friend for which she

would do anything and a husband that completes her. But things are not

often as they appear. Behind closed doors the loving Daniel that Morgan

married is jealous and overprotective. Sometimes he’s even domineering.












The Culmination









Morgan runs away – destroying everything in her path as she disappears. What made this good girl go bad?











 




Excerpt:










Morgan

was still obsessed with Daniel’s locked office door the next day at

the library. Instead of getting busy with her overload of work, she

stared at her computer, trying to work, but not accomplishing

anything as the words on her computer blurred together.








Did

you hear?” Dawn shouted as she breezed into Morgan’s office.

Morgan startled at the sound of Dawn’s voice and shook her head to

force the fog from her head.






Jeez,

Dawn, you scared me.” Morgan held her hand over her

beating-out-of-control heart.






Dawn

came over to Morgan’s desk, shaking a newspaper in her hand. “Did

you see this?”






Morgan

had no idea what in the newspaper could be getting Dawn so excited.

“What are you talking about you?” She asked on a sigh.






Dawn

opened the newspaper and laid it over the mess on Morgan’s desk.

“Look,” she said pointing to a column in the crime section.

Morgan waved her hand over the newspaper, caught up in her own drama

and uninterested in a stranger’s drama. “Just tell me.”






There’s

been another rape,” Dawn was nearly shouting.






Another

rape? What are you talking about?”






Dawn

sighed and crossed her arms. “Don’t you remember? There was a

rape at that fancy hotel in Milwaukee a while back. And now there’s

been another one!”






That’s

horrible.” Morgan sank into her chair. Dawn sat down across from

her. She picked up the newspaper again. “It was at another hotel in

downtown Milwaukee, but they’re withholding the location as they

don’t want to scare anyone.” She continued to scan the story.

“They’re calling it date rape. Don’t you hate that? Rape is

rape. No is no.”






Morgan

nodded. Based on personal experience, she could vehemently agree.

Dawn went back to reciting the facts from the article. “It says the

woman was picked up in some bar and then they went back to her hotel

room.
The victim, whose identity is

protected, claims she tried to fight off the assailant, but at 5’4”

the victim didn’t have much chance. The victim’s long hair was

ripped from her head in places and her glasses were destroyed in the

struggle.






Morgan

shuddered. “Dawn, that’s enough. We need to get to work.” She

pulled herself together and shooed Dawn out of her office. She locked

her office door behind Dawn and sank to the floor. Taking deep

breaths, she tried to fight the guilt clawing at her. In desperate

need of reassurance from a loved one, she stood and went to her bag

for her phone. Daniel had left that morning for some conference.

Although she was desperate to call him, she didn’t want to anger

him by disturbing him and settled for texting – hoping he would

respond.










 




Buy Links:



















About the Author:




D.E.

Haggerty was born and raised in Wisconsin but thinks she’s a European.

After spending her senior year of high school in Germany, she developed a

bad case of wanderlust that is yet to be cured. After high school she

returned to the U.S. to go to college ending up with a Bachelor’s degree

in History at the tender age of 20 while still managing to spend time

bouncing back and forth to Europe during her vacations. Unable to find a

job after college and still suffering from wanderlust, she joined the

U.S. Army as a Military Policewoman for 5 years. While stationed in

Heidelberg, Germany, she met her future husband, a flying Dutchman.

After being given her freedom from the Army, she went off to law school.

She finished law school and moved to the Netherlands with her husband

and became a commercial lawyer for more than a decade. During a six

month break from the lawyering world, she wrote her first book,
Unforeseen Consequences.

Although she finished the book, she went back to the law until she

could no longer take it and upped stakes and moved to Germany to start a

B&B. Three years after starting the B&B, she got the itch and

decided to pull the manuscript for
Unforeseen Consequences out

of the attic and get it published as an e-book. Deciding that she may

have indeed finally found what she wanted to do with her life, she went

on to write
Buried Appearances. After moving to Istanbul, she started on Life Discarded,

her third book. Between tennis, running, traveling, singing off tune

and reading books like they are going out of style, she writes articles

for a local expat magazine and various websites, reviews other indie

authors’ books, writes a blog about whatever comes to mind and is

working on her fourth book.





 




Connect With The Author:









 


Giveaway:




Enter to win a $25 Amazon gift card on the Life Discarded by D.E.

Haggerty Book Tour and Giveaway! Open worldwide, this giveaway will run

11/24/14 – 12/22/14. Enter through Rafflecopter.







a Rafflecopter giveaway

http://fireandicebooktours.wordpress.com/2014/11/13/lifediscarded/







Virtual Book Tour Dates: 11/24/14 – 12/22/14




Genres: Suspense/Thriller/Mystery, Women’s Lit




Tour Promo: Unforeseen Consequences and Buried Appearances by D.E. Haggerty are free until 1/1/15.



















Blurb:










Why

would a woman who has it all throw her life away? Morgan has the

perfect life. She married the man of her dreams. Daniel is smart,

gorgeous and successful. Everything she has always wanted in a husband

and the father of her children. But he’s also overprotective, jealous,

and domineering. Is living with him enough to drive Morgan over the

edge? Or does something more treacherous lurk beneath the façade? 












Morgan









A

gorgeous, sweet woman that is oblivious to her own beauty. She’s shy

with men, but a rock to her friends. A librarian in a small town in the

mid-west. She’s been waiting a long-time to find
the one.












Daniel









An

accountant in the city who will do anything to be the youngest partner

in his firm. He always gets what he wants and he wants Morgan. He will

pursue Morgan until she submits.












Together









They

rush through a courtship and marry within a year of meeting. Morgan’s

life is perfect. She has a job she loves, a best friend for which she

would do anything and a husband that completes her. But things are not

often as they appear. Behind closed doors the loving Daniel that Morgan

married is jealous and overprotective. Sometimes he’s even domineering.












The Culmination









Morgan runs away – destroying everything in her path as she disappears. What made this good girl go bad?











 




Excerpt:










Morgan

was still obsessed with Daniel’s locked office door the next day at

the library. Instead of getting busy with her overload of work, she

stared at her computer, trying to work, but not accomplishing

anything as the words on her computer blurred together.








Did

you hear?” Dawn shouted as she breezed into Morgan’s office.

Morgan startled at the sound of Dawn’s voice and shook her head to

force the fog from her head.






Jeez,

Dawn, you scared me.” Morgan held her hand over her

beating-out-of-control heart.






Dawn

came over to Morgan’s desk, shaking a newspaper in her hand. “Did

you see this?”






Morgan

had no idea what in the newspaper could be getting Dawn so excited.

“What are you talking about you?” She asked on a sigh.






Dawn

opened the newspaper and laid it over the mess on Morgan’s desk.

“Look,” she said pointing to a column in the crime section.

Morgan waved her hand over the newspaper, caught up in her own drama

and uninterested in a stranger’s drama. “Just tell me.”






There’s

been another rape,” Dawn was nearly shouting.






Another

rape? What are you talking about?”






Dawn

sighed and crossed her arms. “Don’t you remember? There was a

rape at that fancy hotel in Milwaukee a while back. And now there’s

been another one!”






That’s

horrible.” Morgan sank into her chair. Dawn sat down across from

her. She picked up the newspaper again. “It was at another hotel in

downtown Milwaukee, but they’re withholding the location as they

don’t want to scare anyone.” She continued to scan the story.

“They’re calling it date rape. Don’t you hate that? Rape is

rape. No is no.”






Morgan

nodded. Based on personal experience, she could vehemently agree.

Dawn went back to reciting the facts from the article. “It says the

woman was picked up in some bar and then they went back to her hotel

room.
The victim, whose identity is

protected, claims she tried to fight off the assailant, but at 5’4”

the victim didn’t have much chance. The victim’s long hair was

ripped from her head in places and her glasses were destroyed in the

struggle.






Morgan

shuddered. “Dawn, that’s enough. We need to get to work.” She

pulled herself together and shooed Dawn out of her office. She locked

her office door behind Dawn and sank to the floor. Taking deep

breaths, she tried to fight the guilt clawing at her. In desperate

need of reassurance from a loved one, she stood and went to her bag

for her phone. Daniel had left that morning for some conference.

Although she was desperate to call him, she didn’t want to anger

him by disturbing him and settled for texting – hoping he would

respond.










 




Buy Links:



















About the Author:




D.E.

Haggerty was born and raised in Wisconsin but thinks she’s a European.

After spending her senior year of high school in Germany, she developed a

bad case of wanderlust that is yet to be cured. After high school she

returned to the U.S. to go to college ending up with a Bachelor’s degree

in History at the tender age of 20 while still managing to spend time

bouncing back and forth to Europe during her vacations. Unable to find a

job after college and still suffering from wanderlust, she joined the

U.S. Army as a Military Policewoman for 5 years. While stationed in

Heidelberg, Germany, she met her future husband, a flying Dutchman.

After being given her freedom from the Army, she went off to law school.

She finished law school and moved to the Netherlands with her husband

and became a commercial lawyer for more than a decade. During a six

month break from the lawyering world, she wrote her first book,
Unforeseen Consequences.

Although she finished the book, she went back to the law until she

could no longer take it and upped stakes and moved to Germany to start a

B&B. Three years after starting the B&B, she got the itch and

decided to pull the manuscript for
Unforeseen Consequences out

of the attic and get it published as an e-book. Deciding that she may

have indeed finally found what she wanted to do with her life, she went

on to write
Buried Appearances. After moving to Istanbul, she started on Life Discarded,

her third book. Between tennis, running, traveling, singing off tune

and reading books like they are going out of style, she writes articles

for a local expat magazine and various websites, reviews other indie

authors’ books, writes a blog about whatever comes to mind and is

working on her fourth book.





 




Connect With The Author:









 


Giveaway:




Enter to win a $25 Amazon gift card on the Life Discarded by D.E.

Haggerty Book Tour and Giveaway! Open worldwide, this giveaway will run

11/24/14 – 12/22/14. Enter through Rafflecopter.







a Rafflecopter giveaway

http://fireandicebooktours.wordpress.com/2014/11/13/lifediscarded/







Virtual Book Tour Dates: 11/24/14 – 12/22/14




Genres: Suspense/Thriller/Mystery, Women’s Lit




Tour Promo: Unforeseen Consequences and Buried Appearances by D.E. Haggerty are free until 1/1/15.



















Blurb:










Why

would a woman who has it all throw her life away? Morgan has the

perfect life. She married the man of her dreams. Daniel is smart,

gorgeous and successful. Everything she has always wanted in a husband

and the father of her children. But he’s also overprotective, jealous,

and domineering. Is living with him enough to drive Morgan over the

edge? Or does something more treacherous lurk beneath the façade? 












Morgan









A

gorgeous, sweet woman that is oblivious to her own beauty. She’s shy

with men, but a rock to her friends. A librarian in a small town in the

mid-west. She’s been waiting a long-time to find
the one.












Daniel









An

accountant in the city who will do anything to be the youngest partner

in his firm. He always gets what he wants and he wants Morgan. He will

pursue Morgan until she submits.












Together









They

rush through a courtship and marry within a year of meeting. Morgan’s

life is perfect. She has a job she loves, a best friend for which she

would do anything and a husband that completes her. But things are not

often as they appear. Behind closed doors the loving Daniel that Morgan

married is jealous and overprotective. Sometimes he’s even domineering.












The Culmination









Morgan runs away – destroying everything in her path as she disappears. What made this good girl go bad?











 




Excerpt:










Morgan

was still obsessed with Daniel’s locked office door the next day at

the library. Instead of getting busy with her overload of work, she

stared at her computer, trying to work, but not accomplishing

anything as the words on her computer blurred together.








Did

you hear?” Dawn shouted as she breezed into Morgan’s office.

Morgan startled at the sound of Dawn’s voice and shook her head to

force the fog from her head.






Jeez,

Dawn, you scared me.” Morgan held her hand over her

beating-out-of-control heart.






Dawn

came over to Morgan’s desk, shaking a newspaper in her hand. “Did

you see this?”






Morgan

had no idea what in the newspaper could be getting Dawn so excited.

“What are you talking about you?” She asked on a sigh.






Dawn

opened the newspaper and laid it over the mess on Morgan’s desk.

“Look,” she said pointing to a column in the crime section.

Morgan waved her hand over the newspaper, caught up in her own drama

and uninterested in a stranger’s drama. “Just tell me.”






There’s

been another rape,” Dawn was nearly shouting.






Another

rape? What are you talking about?”






Dawn

sighed and crossed her arms. “Don’t you remember? There was a

rape at that fancy hotel in Milwaukee a while back. And now there’s

been another one!”






That’s

horrible.” Morgan sank into her chair. Dawn sat down across from

her. She picked up the newspaper again. “It was at another hotel in

downtown Milwaukee, but they’re withholding the location as they

don’t want to scare anyone.” She continued to scan the story.

“They’re calling it date rape. Don’t you hate that? Rape is

rape. No is no.”






Morgan

nodded. Based on personal experience, she could vehemently agree.

Dawn went back to reciting the facts from the article. “It says the

woman was picked up in some bar and then they went back to her hotel

room.
The victim, whose identity is

protected, claims she tried to fight off the assailant, but at 5’4”

the victim didn’t have much chance. The victim’s long hair was

ripped from her head in places and her glasses were destroyed in the

struggle.






Morgan

shuddered. “Dawn, that’s enough. We need to get to work.” She

pulled herself together and shooed Dawn out of her office. She locked

her office door behind Dawn and sank to the floor. Taking deep

breaths, she tried to fight the guilt clawing at her. In desperate

need of reassurance from a loved one, she stood and went to her bag

for her phone. Daniel had left that morning for some conference.

Although she was desperate to call him, she didn’t want to anger

him by disturbing him and settled for texting – hoping he would

respond.










 




Buy Links:



















About the Author:




D.E.

Haggerty was born and raised in Wisconsin but thinks she’s a European.

After spending her senior year of high school in Germany, she developed a

bad case of wanderlust that is yet to be cured. After high school she

returned to the U.S. to go to college ending up with a Bachelor’s degree

in History at the tender age of 20 while still managing to spend time

bouncing back and forth to Europe during her vacations. Unable to find a

job after college and still suffering from wanderlust, she joined the

U.S. Army as a Military Policewoman for 5 years. While stationed in

Heidelberg, Germany, she met her future husband, a flying Dutchman.

After being given her freedom from the Army, she went off to law school.

She finished law school and moved to the Netherlands with her husband

and became a commercial lawyer for more than a decade. During a six

month break from the lawyering world, she wrote her first book,
Unforeseen Consequences.

Although she finished the book, she went back to the law until she

could no longer take it and upped stakes and moved to Germany to start a

B&B. Three years after starting the B&B, she got the itch and

decided to pull the manuscript for
Unforeseen Consequences out

of the attic and get it published as an e-book. Deciding that she may

have indeed finally found what she wanted to do with her life, she went

on to write
Buried Appearances. After moving to Istanbul, she started on Life Discarded,

her third book. Between tennis, running, traveling, singing off tune

and reading books like they are going out of style, she writes articles

for a local expat magazine and various websites, reviews other indie

authors’ books, writes a blog about whatever comes to mind and is

working on her fourth book.





 




Connect With The Author:









 


Giveaway:




Enter to win a $25 Amazon gift card on the Life Discarded by D.E.

Haggerty Book Tour and Giveaway! Open worldwide, this giveaway will run

11/24/14 – 12/22/14. Enter through Rafflecopter.







a Rafflecopter giveaway

http://fireandicebooktours.wordpress.com/2014/11/13/lifediscarded/







Virtual Book Tour Dates: 11/24/14 – 12/22/14




Genres: Suspense/Thriller/Mystery, Women’s Lit




Tour Promo: Unforeseen Consequences and Buried Appearances by D.E. Haggerty are free until 1/1/15.



















Blurb:










Why

would a woman who has it all throw her life away? Morgan has the

perfect life. She married the man of her dreams. Daniel is smart,

gorgeous and successful. Everything she has always wanted in a husband

and the father of her children. But he’s also overprotective, jealous,

and domineering. Is living with him enough to drive Morgan over the

edge? Or does something more treacherous lurk beneath the façade? 












Morgan









A

gorgeous, sweet woman that is oblivious to her own beauty. She’s shy

with men, but a rock to her friends. A librarian in a small town in the

mid-west. She’s been waiting a long-time to find
the one.












Daniel









An

accountant in the city who will do anything to be the youngest partner

in his firm. He always gets what he wants and he wants Morgan. He will

pursue Morgan until she submits.












Together









They

rush through a courtship and marry within a year of meeting. Morgan’s

life is perfect. She has a job she loves, a best friend for which she

would do anything and a husband that completes her. But things are not

often as they appear. Behind closed doors the loving Daniel that Morgan

married is jealous and overprotective. Sometimes he’s even domineering.












The Culmination









Morgan runs away – destroying everything in her path as she disappears. What made this good girl go bad?











 




Excerpt:










Morgan

was still obsessed with Daniel’s locked office door the next day at

the library. Instead of getting busy with her overload of work, she

stared at her computer, trying to work, but not accomplishing

anything as the words on her computer blurred together.








Did

you hear?” Dawn shouted as she breezed into Morgan’s office.

Morgan startled at the sound of Dawn’s voice and shook her head to

force the fog from her head.






Jeez,

Dawn, you scared me.” Morgan held her hand over her

beating-out-of-control heart.






Dawn

came over to Morgan’s desk, shaking a newspaper in her hand. “Did

you see this?”






Morgan

had no idea what in the newspaper could be getting Dawn so excited.

“What are you talking about you?” She asked on a sigh.






Dawn

opened the newspaper and laid it over the mess on Morgan’s desk.

“Look,” she said pointing to a column in the crime section.

Morgan waved her hand over the newspaper, caught up in her own drama

and uninterested in a stranger’s drama. “Just tell me.”






There’s

been another rape,” Dawn was nearly shouting.






Another

rape? What are you talking about?”






Dawn

sighed and crossed her arms. “Don’t you remember? There was a

rape at that fancy hotel in Milwaukee a while back. And now there’s

been another one!”






That’s

horrible.” Morgan sank into her chair. Dawn sat down across from

her. She picked up the newspaper again. “It was at another hotel in

downtown Milwaukee, but they’re withholding the location as they

don’t want to scare anyone.” She continued to scan the story.

“They’re calling it date rape. Don’t you hate that? Rape is

rape. No is no.”






Morgan

nodded. Based on personal experience, she could vehemently agree.

Dawn went back to reciting the facts from the article. “It says the

woman was picked up in some bar and then they went back to her hotel

room.
The victim, whose identity is

protected, claims she tried to fight off the assailant, but at 5’4”

the victim didn’t have much chance. The victim’s long hair was

ripped from her head in places and her glasses were destroyed in the

struggle.






Morgan

shuddered. “Dawn, that’s enough. We need to get to work.” She

pulled herself together and shooed Dawn out of her office. She locked

her office door behind Dawn and sank to the floor. Taking deep

breaths, she tried to fight the guilt clawing at her. In desperate

need of reassurance from a loved one, she stood and went to her bag

for her phone. Daniel had left that morning for some conference.

Although she was desperate to call him, she didn’t want to anger

him by disturbing him and settled for texting – hoping he would

respond.










 




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About the Author:




D.E.

Haggerty was born and raised in Wisconsin but thinks she’s a European.

After spending her senior year of high school in Germany, she developed a

bad case of wanderlust that is yet to be cured. After high school she

returned to the U.S. to go to college ending up with a Bachelor’s degree

in History at the tender age of 20 while still managing to spend time

bouncing back and forth to Europe during her vacations. Unable to find a

job after college and still suffering from wanderlust, she joined the

U.S. Army as a Military Policewoman for 5 years. While stationed in

Heidelberg, Germany, she met her future husband, a flying Dutchman.

After being given her freedom from the Army, she went off to law school.

She finished law school and moved to the Netherlands with her husband

and became a commercial lawyer for more than a decade. During a six

month break from the lawyering world, she wrote her first book,
Unforeseen Consequences.

Although she finished the book, she went back to the law until she

could no longer take it and upped stakes and moved to Germany to start a

B&B. Three years after starting the B&B, she got the itch and

decided to pull the manuscript for
Unforeseen Consequences out

of the attic and get it published as an e-book. Deciding that she may

have indeed finally found what she wanted to do with her life, she went

on to write
Buried Appearances. After moving to Istanbul, she started on Life Discarded,

her third book. Between tennis, running, traveling, singing off tune

and reading books like they are going out of style, she writes articles

for a local expat magazine and various websites, reviews other indie

authors’ books, writes a blog about whatever comes to mind and is

working on her fourth book.





 




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