Today I’m hosting the incomprable Sommer Marsden. She has a new book out, Lion Hearted. A m/m tale with a lion (did I mention that I’m a leo?) shifter, some hot smexing and….Cthulhu? Sound confusing? Trust me, Sommer makes it work!
possibly trying to call up some old ones. Tentacled things. And though, my lion Tryg—the muscle of his pride—jokes, “Her father fears that someone got wind that she was coming of age and has scooped her up to make a third moon appear or call up the Dark Lord or ask the tentacle gods to help them get a new BMW.’, it turns out to be no joke.
I’d never ever written a fear element of that kind, so of course, me
being me, I did it backwards. I wrote the entire book, including
those scenes. Then I went and got an anthology of H.P. Lovecraft’s
Tales of Horror. Once I read Call of Cthulhu, I was surprised. I’d
done a fairly decent job of representing my tentacled beastie.
I console myself when I cry myself to sleep at night.
He takes with him Luke Dorchester – an empath and the perfect travel companion. Luke can feel and soothe every emotion that coils deep inside Tryg, and the sex between them is the hottest Tryg has ever known. Tryg has no intention of letting his emotions go any further when it comes to this brand new man. But he also has zero intention of letting him go. What follows is a road trip from campground to campground, hot nights in hotel rooms and close encounters spent together as they follow the scent of the two abducted shifters. A scent that takes them to Divination Falls, a haven for shifters and associated magical folk; a place where an old evil will surface and Tryg will learn just how far his love for lion-hearted Luke must take him.
Sommer will be checking comments from every step of the blog tour and when it all ends, she will draw for a ten dollar ARe gift certificate and my tentacle gifties. So check back often to see where she is!