Wednesday, December 14, 2016

★★★ Review, Giveaway & Virtual Book Tour For The Mists of Time (Da Vinci Time Travel) By Susan Squires ★★★

The Mists of Time (Da Vinci Time Travel)
By Susan Squires 
Paranormal Romance
Date Published: Originally August 31, 2010, 
New release Nov. 21st

Divided by Centuries

Diana Dearborn knows all about romance, at least in the
books she writes. But passion eludes her in real life—until she’s offered the chance to travel back in time to Camelot.
The world of King Arthur and Guinevere is nothing like she
pictured, and neither is the knight she encounters upon her
return to San Francisco: Gawain, the hero of her current project. He’s complicated, mysterious, and sexier than
anything her imagination could conjure. And he’s been
waiting for her…

Entwined by Desire

Now, joined together in a desperate race, Diana and Gawain
must prevent an ancient, evil force from wreaking mayhem
in the all-too-real present. Diana must learn to trust Gawain,
even while she encounters secrets about her own past.
But even if their mission succeeds, does Diana’s destiny lie
with this man from another time—and will their love
alter history forever?

What an amazing book. I love a good SiFi book, but add 
history, magic and romance. And you have not just a good 
book, but a phenomenal book. This book is so well written, 
and knowledgeable. It is set around our time and Camelot’s
 time. And what would happen if you messed with what was
 destined to happen.

This book is about Sir Gawain and Diana. Diana is disabled 
as a child and grows up in our time with a lovely foster family.
 But have to warn ya, this book starts on a sad note. So be 
prepared.  And when you find out what happened to leave 
her all alone at 13 years old, it will be a shock.  But when you
 find out whom Diana and Gawain are that may be a shock 
too. Diana ends up going back in time using a machine that 
was built by Davinci (yes the one and the same). But when
 she save a man in the past, one she has no clue as to who
 he is. She may have done something that could bring an 
end to the world as we know it. now it is up to Diana and 
Gawain to set things right. And for them to both see that 
they need one another and may even love each other.

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.

Making love to her had been a miracle. Gawain couldn’t regret it. The way she opened to him, the way she trusted him. He’d worried when she was so hesitant. He’d wondered if she was too damaged by her previous experience.
Had he been gentle enough with her? It had cost him every ounce of his control to go as slowly has he had, when he wanted to claim her as his own, fast and fierce, with the right to protect and defend her, the right to make love to her, for them to bear children together and stand together against all comers.
Gawain felt her stir in his arms. She still had her sleep shirt on, though it was entirely unbuttoned, leaving her soft breasts pressed against his chest. He had captured her thigh between his own as she dozed after sex. This was how they should sleep together, always.
She wiggled the leg between his. He opened his thigh immediately. “Did your leg go to sleep?”
“No. I just liked the feel of it against your, uh, you know.’
He raised his brows. “Against my ‘you know’? Those are my bollocks and my cock you’re speaking of.”
Her eyes went dark. “Yes.”
“I know you know those words. You use them in your books.”
“Yes.” She cleared her throat. “Well, it’s a little different saying them to someone in real life.” She cleared her throat again. “I, uh, I hope it was okay for you.”
“Yelling is a clue. You don’t often get yelling.”
She tried to suppress a smile and looked down.
He felt his cock springing to new life. Would he ever get enough of her? “I’m not sure your research is yet complete if you have to resort to ‘you know’ to describe things.” He rolled over on his back and scooted her over next to him. “Don’t you think you should explore a little yourself? Just in the name of research.”
She grinned but looked away.
“You can’t possibly be shy after opening to my mouth the way you did.”
“Was…was I too brazen?” She looked stricken.
“A man likes his woman to be lady in public and brazen in bed. You were perfect.”
“So, uh, I should be brazen now.” She slid a glance down to his groin.
She took her lip between her teeth as though she were girding her own loins. “I suppose you know that all those things I wrote in my books—they were pretty much just words to me. I know the words well enough but…
“But you should explore the reality,” he said.
She smiled shyly. “If you’re sure you wouldn’t mind.”
“I’ll bear up.” At least this time he could wait. He’d had one hell of an orgasm less than an hour ago.
“Well, I think I’ll start with your nipples. I was very curious earlier, but I didn’t like to, uh, just.... Well, you know.”
“You think you’re conveying something with this phrase ‘you know.’ But you’re not. Could you mean ‘lick them’?”
She sighed as if relieved. “Yes. Lick them.”
She bent over him and touched her tongue to his right nipple. Sensation shot to his groin. He hadn’t expected that. Not from just a nipple. Not after having spent himself so forcefully less than an hour before. She ran her tongue over it and then sucked gently. He cleared his throat. Now she raked her teeth across it, not biting, but the mere possibility of biting made him feel open and vulnerable to her. She continued working at it, alternating techniques while her other small hand gravitated toward his other nipple and began to tweak it.
She pulled up. “Now, describe how that feels please.”
She frowned at him. “I can’t just say it feels ‘good’ in my books.”
“Well, I’m a man. Men don’t wax flowery over…over things like that.” He took a breath. “That doesn’t mean you have to stop.”
She slipped down and slid her tongue into his navel. “I have other fish to fry right now. I’ll try to get back to them later.” She pulled his thighs apart and he obliged her. “I’ve read,” she said meditatively, “that the area just behind the testicles is very sensitive.” She took two fingers and rubbed the spot in question slowly, deeply. Lord, he was hard as a rock already. Could things get any more intense? “Is that true?” she asked.
“Uh, yes.” Where did she read these kinds of things? In books like hers?
“That would be yes.”
“And balls, do you like them caressed if I promise to be very gentle?”
“I, uh, I don’t know. No one’s ever done, uh, that exactly to me.”
“You surprise me.” She gave a knowing smile. “A man with your experience?”
The last woman he’d had was the Green Knight’s wife, and that was many years ago. At the thought of the Green Knight and his failure of honor, his heart contracted. He had to put that failure away. This was for Diana. He would perform the act of loving with her, for her, as a healing rite. That was the height of honor. And if it wasn’t, then honor be damned.

Susan Squires grew up among the giant redwoods of 
California. She thought she was being practical by changing
 her major in college from theater to English literature. 
Immersed in a PhD. Program, she slowly realized that none 
of her graduating friends had work. So she dropped out after
 receiving a Master’s degree to take an paying job in the 
business world.

As an executive in a Fortune 500 company, she returned to
 her love of writing while continuing to hold her day-job, 
much to the amusement of her fellow executives. Her 
novel Danegeld, had already been purchased by Dorchester
 by the time she accepted a Golden Heart for Best 
Unpublished Paranormal Manuscript from Romance Writers 
of America. It was the first of an eclectic group of historical 
and contemporary paranormal stories known for their 
intensity. Body Electric was named by Publishers 
Weekly one of the ten most influential paperbacks of 2002,
 for blending romance and science-fiction. Book List 
compared No More Lies to the works of Robin Cook and 
Michael Crichton, but it was also a Rita finalist for Best 
Published Paranormal Romance by Romance Writers of 

Susan’s Companion Series for St. Martin’s Press continued 
to garner attention with admiring reviews and several visits to
 the New York Times Bestseller List. Publishers 
Weekly named One with the Shadows a Best Book of the 
Year, and several of the series received starred reviews. Her
 books have won the many regional contests for published 
works of paranormal romantic fiction.

Susan no longer has to use tales of romance and adventure 
to escape budgets and projects. She finally left her day job, 
and researches and writes her books at the beach in 
Southern California, supported by three Belgian Sheepdogs
 and a wonderful husband named Harry who writes occult 
mysteries as H.R. Knight

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