Thursday, July 24, 2014

Blog Tour + Review + Giveaway: Queen of the Hill by Genevieve Jack












Title: Queen of the Hill
Series: Knight Games
Author: Genevieve Jack
Genre: New Adult, Paranormal Romance
Publish Date: June 30, 2014
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It's good to be the queen! Book 3 in the Knight Games series.

After saving her caretaker, Rick, from certain death, Grateful Knight is ready for their happily ever after. The date is set and wedding plans are in the works. But when the witch responsible for the candle that almost ended Rick's life shows up in Red Grove expecting payment, the price is more than Grateful can bear.

To make matters worse, Logan is barely speaking to her, and a murder at the Thames Theater leaves everyone reeling over the future of Julius’s vampire coven. She’s finally ready to walk down the aisle, but first Grateful must face the greatest challenge of her life.

Don't miss the other books in the Knight Games Series The Ghost and The Graveyard, Book 1 Kick the Candle, Book 2 Queen of the Hill, Book 3 Mother May I, Coming Soon




Two words come to mind when I finished this book (and the series) - book hangover. I cannot give enough praise to this series of books. When I first started reading The Ghost and the Graveyard (first installment in the series), I was a bit concerned as I thought the book moved way too fast for my liking. Luckily, as you dive into Genevieve's Knight Games Series you understand why!

This time Grateful Knight is planning her wedding with the love of her life, and her caretaker - Rick. Life is great; Grateful has the house of her dreams - which just so happens to be her throne - she has the love of her life back in her grasp, and things at work at going great. Nothing could go wrong as the events of their wedding begin to unfold into her happily ever after.

 Unfortunately, things couldn't go more wrong when the Salem witch, Tabetha, arrives to collect her debt from Rick. Before Grateful had said yes to his marriage proposal, the caretaker had given up on ever being with Grateful again. Collecting a magic candle - that would turn him back into his mortal form - from the Salem witch seems to be more of an issue than they ever thought possible. Grateful's life takes a turn when the murder at Thames Theater leaves them all scratching their heads.

I don't want to spoil the ending - I may have said too much already! Be sure to check out the series starting with The Ghost in the Graveyard. You won't be disappointed with this outstanding author who takes an aspect of the Salem Witch Trials, and puts a clever paranormal adult romance twist on them!

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Sex is different with someone you love. New sex extinguishes a fire; old love stokes the embers. In a way, sex is a lot like wine—drinkable as soon as it ferments. But if you allow it to age, the result is a visceral experience—a nirvana of the senses.

When it came to Rick and me, we’d aged together for multiple lifetimes. Every touch elicited an irresistible array of memories. Each caress ignited a new flavor on the emotional spectrum. Sweet and aromatic. Complex. Layered. Having a long finish. An enticing intoxication of hormonal chemistry and raw heat.

I loved Rick.

In bed beneath me, he dug his fingers into the hair at the nape of my neck and tugged. I lifted my cheek from his chest to meet his gaze. His hooded stare held nothing short of reverence, his pupils almost black with need. “You must know you bewitch me in a way that has nothing to do with magic. I have crossed oceans of time to be with you. Lifetimes. I would do it again, but I hope I never have to.”

“You won’t,” I promised. “We’re together now, and I plan to be careful with myself.”
I trailed my fingertips up the side of his chest and over the length of his arm. Iridescent purple magic followed my touch, markedly beautiful beside his dark hair and the silky red pillowcase under his head. The streak wasn't something I was consciously producing. Power poured out of me with so much love. At journey’s end, my left hand linked with his, my engagement ring squeezed inside the web of his long fingers.

The blue and silver cushion of gems that marked our coming nuptials was both old and new. The ring itself was antique, commissioned in the 1700’s, but its place on my finger was a novelty. Rick had asked me to marry him only a few short weeks ago, and I had said yes. I was engaged. To be married. To Enrique Ordenez—Rick. My caretaker.

I pressed my lips against the side of his neck. The heat of my breath brought his blood to the surface. Liquid ambrosia. My personal recipe for the elixir of life. During my first lifetime as a witch, I’d made the decision to store an immortal part of my soul inside Rick when Reverend Monk burned me at the stake in 1698. Of course, I don’t remember all the details, having died and been reborn several times since. But I had pieced together this much: I didn't have to give Rick my immortality. I chose to. By using magic to create a symbiotic relationship between the two of us, I’d ensured we would be together forever. A lovely side effect was his blood healed me, and my blood strengthened him.




Genevieve Jack writes weird, witty, and wicked-hot paranormal romance for adults. Raised in a suburb of Chicago, she attended a high school rumored to be haunted, and sustains a lifelong interest in old cemeteries and ghost tours. Genevieve specializes in original, cross-genre stories with surprising twists. She lives in central Illinois with her husband, two children, and a Brittany spaniel named Riptide who holds down her feet while she writes.

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