Monday, November 16, 2015

**** Release Blitzn & Giveaway For Mina’s Revenge (A Woodland Creek SeriesBook) by J.M. Witt ***

Title: Mina's Revenge
Series: Woodland Creek
Author: J.M. Witt
Genre: Shifter Romance
 Release Date: November 16, 2015

Wow that was one hell of a book. This is a set of books 
The Woodland Creek Series.consists of  30 Authors. 
With 30 Shifter Stories. This is a review of just one of them. 
I can not wait to get my hands on the other books. I was so
 engrossed in this book I lost track of all things and time 
around me. o be prepared this is one book you will not want 
to put down. I love our Hero and heroine of the book. Also 
it is an emotional book so have the tissues handy. Poor Mina
 has been though enough grief to last several people a 
lifetime, but she dose not let that hold her back. She took 
that pain and channeled it into good. When Rollo and Red
 come into her life she feels a peace she has never known.
 Red a red husky who visits her every night and provides her
 comfort. And Rollo who brings a whole new kind of fire to 
her. But Rollo and Red have a secret but will Mina be mad or
 happy when she finds out what it is. And when she finds out
 how Rollo was even brought into her life. Will that secret 
destroy the bliss she has found or make it stronger. Now 
before I ruin this for you I will leave off here.  I hope you 
enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book, 
please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it
 when you do, they value your opinions too.

Mina Spitz, a lifetime resident of Woodland Creek, has been
 alone longer than she cares to remember. Her powers are
 changing and they’re more than the bloodline inheritance
 from her mother. She has a feeling that the identity of her
 father has something to do with it.

Rollo Frost is new to town. He’s tall, dark, dangerous, and
 everyone knows it. Relocating his pack to Woodland Creek,
 he’s determined to put the secrets that haunt him to rest.
 The problem is he doesn’t know the truth behind those 
secrets and may never know.

Rollo becomes enthralled with Mina, wanting to know her 
secret, and his pack isn’t happy about it.

Mina has the power to destroy everything Rollo’s built, she 
just doesn’t know it…yet. 

When life-altering secrets are exposed, their worlds collide in
 a way they never expected.

Watching as the ball rolled to the destination I’d predicted, my opponent cursed.
After sinking the eight ball into the corner pocket, I replaced my stick in the holder and walked over to him and held out my hand. I hadn’t gotten his name and hadn’t cared to. He was either new to town or just passing through, not that either mattered to me. He’d taken in my womanly shape and let his ego—and maybe the booze-- get to him. After insulting me, I’d accepted his challenge as some of the regulars looked on, giggling.
Some may have classified me as a ‘shark’ but that wasn’t really my problem. He’d seen me as an easy win, and I proved him wrong. I could smell the stink that lingered on him. Permeating the air around me, even the aroma of peanuts and alcohol couldn’t hide his stench. Of course my senses were keen and came in handy now and then. He was a shifter and I guessed a canine of some kind.
Tired of waiting, I demanded my money. “Deal’s a deal. Hand it over.”
He scoffed and swaggered in drunkenness as he leaned in closer. “You’s a snake.”
Leaning back, trying to avoid his nasty breath fanning my face, I spit out. “No, not a snake.” I heard some snickers from the bar, but ignored them. “But I may go rabid on your ass if you don’t hand over my money.”
That seemed to get his attention. But just as quick he turned from me and stumbled toward a corner table. I stayed several steps behind as I observed those sitting there. They too were new to town or passing through. I didn’t recognize any of them and I knew everyone in Woodland Creek—at least everyone who mattered.
As he took his seat, completely ignoring my presence, my eyes immediately found a pair of green-blue eyes sitting on the other side of the table. I was momentarily drawn into them and blinked, breaking the spell. There was something about him, besides the fact that he was rugged and big. I wondered how tall he was, knowing his height had to be significant. My senses had been off lately so I couldn’t get the read on him that I wanted to. His hair was long and dark and he had it pulled back loosely. His face was covered in a beard that was in desperate need of a trim. A leather coat covered his shoulders as I took in their width.
His mouth curled into a smile before he turned back to the woman hanging on his side. Rolling my eyes I turned back to my competitor. Placing my hands on the table, I leaned in and demanded my money once again.
“This is the last time I’m going to say it. You lost fair and square.”
He snarled at me and the rest of the table grew silent. The ambiance changed and I stood up fully, taking a step back. My eyes met the green-blue ones once again as they shifted to gold. He was a shifter, too. Hell, probably they all were and I knew in that moment that most likely they weren’t just passing through.  
“Zeke, what d’ya owe the lady?”
“She hustled me, I don’t owe her anything.”
The same girl from before turned her attention to Zeke as she mumbled, “She ain’t no lady!” She watched me, waiting for a reaction. Scouring my body, she taunted me. “In fact, I bet she works for an hourly wage on the corner.”
I had a temper and before I knew it, I was nose to nose with her, leaning across the table spitting out, “You can find out how much of a lady I’m not. Just say one more word.”  
Green-blue eyes—my name for him—stood and everyone paid attention. He was taller than I imagined and his hair was longer, too. He walked around the table and stood in front of me. Leering down at me, his eyes flashed gold again. When I didn’t flinch, his expression became curious, examining me closely. If he didn’t know what I was, he was a good actor.
I was growing uncomfortable, when he suggested, “If I were you, I’d let it go. Zeke here has a bad temper and I’d hate to see him lose that temper on a sweet thing like you.”
Ugh. I was utterly disgusted. “I’m no sweet thing. Maybe you should warn Zeke about my temper.”
“What’s your name?” He took another step closer as I tilted my neck up to see him. If he thought he could intimidate me, he was wrong… Maybe. “Mine’s Rollo.” He stuck his hand between us and smiled.
Groaning, I leaned around him so my eyes could meet Zeke’s. “Keep the money. Maybe use it to get groomed and bathed.” Zeke lurched up, but Rollo, with a smile on his face, put his hand up and Zeke sat right back down, making it evident that Rollo was their leader.
Grinning at me he said, “You’ve got balls.”
“If you mean bigger than his,” nodding toward Zeke, I confirmed, “Bet your ass I do.” It was a lost cause. Zeke could keep his forty bucks and get bent. I had more important things to deal with.
That got Rollo to smile. A chill ran up my spine and I knew I had to go. Turning, I stalked toward the door, grabbing my own leather jacket off my stool at the bar as I walked by.
I walked out of Vider’s into the cold night and inhaled deeply, but another scent caught my attention. Turning, Rollo was walking out the door and headed right for me. Marching toward my store, the next one down, I picked up my pace. I didn’t have time for a random hookup, not tonight.
 “Hey, you didn’t tell me your name.”
Shouting over my shoulder, I replied, “I know I didn’t.”

 Alive by Sia

Maneater by Grace Mitchell

Monster by Lady Gaga

End Of All Days by Thirty Seconds To Mars

Nightcall by Kavinsky

Rescue My Heart by Liz Longley

 Infinity by The xx

 Poison by Vaults

Hurricane by Thirty Seconds To Mars

Seven Devils by Florence + The Machine

Only Love by Mumford & Sons

  Woodland Creek Series.
30 Authors. 30 Shifter Stories.



~*~*~ J.M. Witt ~*~*~

I'm a stay-at-home mom with four young children and one

extremely supportive husband. We've been married for over

ten years and reside in Metro Detroit, Michigan.
I've dreamed of writing romance novels since I was little.

After having baby #4, who may or may not have been

fathered by Christian Grey, I decided it was time to pursue

my dreams.
When I'm not running to various appointments, enjoying time

with my friends and my family, dating my husband, or

avoiding cleaning my house, I'm writing!

I love music and believe that books and music can't exist

without the other. My goal is for you to read more than

a good book, but for you to have an experience!



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