Blog tour with author J. L. McFadden

7.3.15

I'm delighted to be a part of J.L McFadden's blog tour this month. J.L is also a member of the super fabulous Rave Review Book Club. Read on for more!

Choices by J.L, McFadden
The Guardian Series
While still doubled over, picking up a book, Adela stated with a sultry voice, "One of these days, I am going to make you deliver on all of those promised ideas, running through your head when you watch me." She had a playful sound to her voice with her smile, telling that fulfilling his dreams was not out of the question.


"What is wrong, Love?" He questioned as he caressed her long, streaming black hair, and then sealed it with a kiss to her head.
Her eyes lit up and her face erupted into a blush with a smile from ear to ear. "You are making me feel like a school girl all over again," she answered as she made eye contact with his boy like gaze on her.
"How is that? I mean you are one of the most powerful vampires in the world. I am just a young man that has not seen a millionth of what you have seen."
She sat up and brushed her hair aside as he pulled himself up to lean against the headboard of the bed. Her eyes were dancing as though she was searching deep in herself for the words she desperately needed to convey to him her true and clear, heartfelt and soul-filled feelings for the man that now owned her heart. Grabbing him by the throat, pulling herself closer to his lips, gnawing on her own as she chewed over the words a bit more. "You, Sir, are anything but a normal man. In almost two centuries, I haven't ever met a man that was a match for myself. You make me feel things that I did not realize I was capable of."
"So does this mean, you will stay playful and not go back to that serious stance you had when we first met? Because you confuse the hell out of me with your flipping from being so serious to so playful with me."
Adela's fangs began to elongate as she got closer to the throbbing vein in his neck; he could feel her breath on his neck, heaving heavily above the vein that erected itself outwards from the rest of the flesh until she bit down. She breathed in through her nose as her eyes rolled back in her head; his blood was like nothing she had ever partaken in. She could feel his hands running down her back and clamping down on her rump as he pulled her near. She came up for air, trying desperately to fight the temptation of draining every drop of this narcotic that filled his veins. She went back down, but not for seconds, but rather to kiss and lick the wound to allow it to begin to heal over from her saliva's healing attributes.
With her fangs still out and heaving, "Well, that will depend on our situation. I love being fun and playful, but I have to be the other way to lead the clan."
"Hey, what is wrong?"
"You and I have a new problem."
John looked very confused, "What sort of problem? You just confessed your love to me a few moments ago. How could we have a problem already?"
Caressing his face with the palm of her hand, she smiled and kissed him gently on the lips. She took in a deep breath, "I have a bloodlust for your blood."
"So, if you lust for me, how can that be so bad?"
"Because the temptation to drain you is insane."
She paused for a moment before continuing, she had to gain her breath and control,
"I have heard of it, but never dealt with it before. Your blood is like heroin to me. After last night, just your scent is enough to send me into a feeding frenzy."
John, now with a slightly frightened look, sat himself up a bit more and took a good, close look at how she was shivering. "So, am I going to have to fight for my life or something?"
She shook her head as she pulled up the shoulder strap back into place. "Just something that we are going to have to deal with."
Taking a mischievous look at his lap and leaning her head to the side, she said, "It's not the only thing I lust for from you."
With a wink of reassurance, "No worries, I got a hand on this. John, I need a favor."
"Anything. What do you need?"

J.L McFadden was born in Pennsylvania and spent his life bouncing around the States until beginning to travel the world. Starting out he was a well-known musician in upstate New York that had a heavy playing schedule. Later he went back to his home state to work in the Lumber mills of the mountains. In California working in sales, management and even directed a small moving company until deciding to see the world. His travels around the world have allotted him to not only join an International Aikikai Aikido Federation, but have trained with Sanseis from Belgium, Ukraine, Russia and other European countries. He accounts his journeys and meeting of new people to his broad character types in his books.

20 comments :

  1. Tantalizing excerpt. I can see you are now up and running. It is good to see how this is going. Thank you Suzy for hosting.

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    1. Thank you, Joy...I am glad you liked the excerpt and hope to hear from you in the future. Suzy has a beautiful site.

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  2. Nice excerpt. Thanks Suzy for the hosting duties

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  3. Thanks for supporting J.L. on his tour, Suzy!

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  4. CONGRATULATIONS J.L. Nice Blog. And what a story!! Reminds me of Twilight.

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  5. Fantastic post, J.L! Thanks for hosting, Suzy!

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    1. :) I do the best I can... I am glad you enjoyed it...

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  6. Hey, it's your buddy Curtis Fisher out here in California. As always, not only do I find your writing captivating, but when we do have a chance to converse I'm ALWAYS proud to say that I leave our conversation with the pleasure of sharing your amazing outlook on all our topics. The pleasure is mine sir. Please keep writing and giving us your BEST. It is appreciated. Your good friend for life.

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    1. Thank you, Sir. I am glad you enjoy our talks and my books. Us roughnecks are a rare breed these days. :)

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  7. Excellent post and thanks for hosting and having J.L. here. A very gifted author and outstanding person. Nice site and content.

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    1. Thank you... I am glad you like my work...

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  8. I read the excerpt pretty cool but I am still not sure if this is the one for me. Anyway, I still think this book looks intriguing and I am going to suggest it to my sister who would probably enjoy it more than me.

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  9. Very good excerpt, J.L. - thanks for hosting, Suzy!

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  10. Thank you, Suzy. I am very glad that you hosted this.

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  11. Thank you everyone for stopping by to check out J.L's book. It's lovely to see so many comments! Have an awesome week :D x

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  12. Great excerpt. Thanks for hosting, Suzy.

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