Friday, May 24, 2013

FROST Giveaway!

Want a chance to win a free copy of FROST?

It'll be featured in the ARe Cafe's Book A Day Giveway on Sunday, May 26.

Perfect reading for a long hot holiday weekend.

Dagney Night, a sought-after succubus, is no stranger to blazing hot sex. But as Valentine’s Day approaches, she longs for something more. When oddly erotic paintings arrive for display at her art gallery, arousing everyone who views them, she wonders about the mysterious artist who created the works. 

Maxwell Raines, a fire-sex demon, lives a life of solitude and seclusion behind the walls of his compound at Sleepy Hollow, channeling his lustful impulses into his art—until his muse deserts him and his temperature rises past the danger point. He needs sex. Now.

When Madame Evangeline arranges a torrid Valentine’s 1Night Stand for them, will the flames of their encounter be too hot to handle?
Dagney followed her sister’s glance, and her heart flipped like a gymnast unable to nail a vault. Darkness swathed the gallery with the exception of the lights above or below each of the paintings. The large man emerging from the shadows held her rapt. Waves of pure, unadulterated lust smacked her with such force she didn’t even see Lily and Campbell leave. The blast of raw desire crumpled her to the floor. Her gaze remained riveted on the tall hunk of ferocious male stalking toward her, radiating undiluted carnality. He set something carefully on the floor and grasped her by the elbows, his touch surprisingly gentle when he lifted her to her feet.

“I’m Maxwell Raines.”

Yeah. No kidding. Who else could a guy so hot, so studly, possibly be?

She told herself not to swoon. Ordered herself not to swoon. But, Goddess, that rumbling voice. More potent than a train barreling over the tracks. And he smelled so good. Sinfully masculine. A bit of musk, a bite of pine, an essence of dark, smoky nights. Sexy scents. Reminiscent of tangled satin sheets that had been given a good work-out.

Her legs turned to rubber, and she doubted they’d support her on their own. She’d be mortified if he’d have to scrape her puddled body up again. But he hadn’t yet relaxed his grip. Could she bullshit her way through the meeting without collapsing? “You’re late,” she said.

“I’m never late.”

“Well, the party’s over, Mr. Raines.” She waved a hand around the empty room.

“Depends on your perspective.”

“You’re big on perspective, are you?”

“I’m a painter.” A brief shrug accompanied his blunt words. “Obvious connection.”

“Right. But as you can see, everyone’s left.”

“You haven’t.” He gazed down at her, a black brow flaring. “And you’re what I’m here for.”


5 Stars from TheTBRpile: 
This story was on fire! I wish I could tell you why but that would take all the fun out of it. This satisfied my need for romance, sensuality, and smoking hot sex. I mean is there any other kind? Ms. Kincaid is like a lyricist. Her carefully chosen words set the mood beautifully...
Max Raine is delicious, dark, and sinful. Like chocolate with chipotle sauce... Frost was a phenomenal read I highly recommend.  
Recommended Read! ARe Cafe and Wildfire Newsletter: I liked Dagney. She is smart and has a cute inner voice that made me smile a couple of times... I liked Maxwell too. He is a sexy bad boy who wants someone to call his own... The love scenes between them are blistering hot. 
 5 Stars from BEA's Book Nook: "I couldn't put this down once I started reading and read it again to warm up with all the snow." ~ Carol

5 Stars from Reading the Paranormal: "Holy... wow! There's a whole lot of sexy going on here. A whole lot. Between Max's paintings and Dagney's succubus sex drive, things are smokin' from page 1! .... This series is ridiculously sexy and fun and Dagney and Max are the most combustible of the couples yet."~ Kelly

4 Stars from Reviewing Vixens: Excellent Read-Highly Recommended: "This is another amazing read for anyone that likes it sizzling, I'd recommend it."

 4 Stars from That's What I'm Talking About: "Frost is a lovely, sensual work, full of gorgeous descriptive detail with sultry undertones. I delighted in reading Dagney’s POV as she views Max’s work. The way she describes the paintings and their erotic impulse effects is a mixture of sensual and artistic which is sublime. . . The couple are quietly romantic and a perfect fit for one another...The story is sexy, sensual and romantic...

5 Stars from Dangerosa:  Fun, sexy read : "What woman hasn't wished for that perfect Valentine's Day? Dagney may be a succubus, but this year she's just one of the girls. Kincaid combines sex, romance, humor, wit and a little pathos in this nicely balanced story. There's also a succubus and a fire-sex demon thrown in for good measure. Frost is a very satisfying read. Next time someone mentions Valentine's Day, I'm going to think of it with a whole new perspective. "

4 Stars from Reviews by Molly :"What a fiery way to melt the frost! Frost is a sexy, dangerous, dark, and just spicy enough short story in the popular 1 Night Stand series...  The chemistry between the two as it literally licked, and flamed right off the pages."~ Nicole

4 Stars from Coffee and a Book Anytime: "I’ve had the pleasure of reading other books by Taryn Kincaid and they were all very sexy, satisfying reads. Frost is another very sexy and oh-so-satisfying read! Frost may be a short story but it packs a sexual punch right from the beginning. This is the perfect book if you’re looking for something sinfully sexy that will only take a couple of minutes to read."  ~ Julie Kornhausl

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