Wednesday, August 19, 2015

NBtM: House of the Rising Son by Trevann Rogers

Congratulations to Kris O., winner of the tour prize and to Carly's Book Reviews, the host winner.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses Tour for House of the Rising Son by Trevann Rogers, a Urban Fantasy/GLBT Paranormal Romance available September 22 from Samhain Publishing. The tour will run every Monday for 8 weeks starting on September 28, and Trevann Rogers is available for guest post and interviews. A copy of the book will be available for review by August 20.

Trevann Rogers will be awarding a $20 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a $20 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn host.

Cheyenne is a half-human incubus whose star is on the rise in the Unakite City rock scene. His father, the leader of the supernatural races, would prefer he keep a “low profile”, but screw that. Cheyenne has as much music in his veins as royal incubi blood.

Alexander's future is all set—finish law school, join the family firm, and marry someone who'd be good for business. Not that he has a say in any of it. He's barely met the woman his father expects him to marry.

As Cheyenne's musical career takes off, his carefully constructed life begins to unravel, exacerbated by an ex-lover who can't let go, a crotchety barkeeper with a dirty mind and a pure heart, a drag queen who moonlights as a nanny, and Alexander—who's not sure if he's falling for the incubus or the rocker.

Cheyenne denies who he is, while Alexander hides what he wants. Together, they learn that getting what they truly want means being who they truly are.
September 28: Long and Short Reviews
September 28: Christine Young
October 5: Carly's Book Reviews - review
October 12: Blog of author Jacey Holbrand
October 19: The Reading Addict
October 26: Booklover Sue
November 2: Unabridged Andra's
November 9: Archaeolibrarian - I dig good books! - review only
November 16: Words of Wisdom from The Scarf Princess - review