We are thrilled to bring you the Review & Excerpt Tour for Alexandra Ivy and Laura Wright's RAGE/KILLIAN! RAGE/KLLIAN are TWO novellas in the Bayou Heat Series and part of the always fantastic 1001 Dark Nights. This amazing book with TWO novellas in it releases on August 11
th! Make sure you grab your copy today!
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ABOUT RAGE/KILLIAN: Bayou Heat Novellas:
Rage might be an aggressive Hunter by nature, but the gorgeous male has never had a problem charming the females. All except Lucie Gaudet. Of course, the lovely Geek is a born troublemaker, and it was no surprise to Rage when she was kicked out of the Wildlands.
But now the Pantera
Gorgeous, brutal, aggressive, and human, Killian O’Roarke wants only two things: to get rid of the Pantera DNA
Rosalie lost her mate to a human, and now the Hunter despises them all. In fact, she thinks they’re good for only one thing: barbeque. But this one she’s guarding is testing her beliefs. He is proud and kind, and also knows the pain of loss. But in a time of war between their species, isn’t any chance of love destined for destruction?
Rosalie,” he began. “Sorry, Hunter—”
“I have nightmares, too.”
Killian stilled, not sure he’d heard her correctly. “What’s that?”
“Or I did have them…” she continued. She sighed. “They were a lot like that. Like yours. No words, just…” Her eyes lifted to meet his. “Pain.”
He stared at her, couldn’t believe she was sharing anything with him. Much less something so personal.
“I don’t know what you’re doing here, Human—” she started.
“Human,” she returned. “But I know real pain when I hear it.”
Sh*t. What was this? He really wanted to know. Wanted to ask. But he didn’t. He was pretty sure she wouldn’t tell him anyway. “So they’re gone?” he asked. “The nightmares?”
She nodded. “When I let my cat form take over. Sleep in it twenty-four/seven.”
But Raphael hadn’t wanted her in the cat form. Said she would kill him if she was. So… Killian sat up on one elbow. “But you can’t be in your cat form when you’re around me.”
Her eyes met his. “Really?”
“Why don’t you stop this, Hunter? Let someone
else guard me. Go back to what you were doing. Go back to your puma
and …sleep.” His eyes roamed over her beautiful but very guarded face. “That
really made the dreams stop?”
With a sniff of derision, Killian mumbled under his breath, “Maybe I should give it a try.”
But she heard him. “Humans can only be human, Human.”
“Yeah, you’d think, wouldn’t you?” he ground out.
Her eyes narrowed. “Tell me why you’re here.”
“Help,” he said.
“What kind? Immunity? Did you do something on the outside? Are you trying not to go back into combat? Do you know something about the military’s plans for the Pantera and our very unique and highly sought-after DNA?”
He remained silent.
Which pissed her off. Not like that was a hard thing. “You’re a soldier,” she snarled. “But you don’t know who Locke is. You’re a human, but you’re not a criminal or Raphael wouldn’t have let you—” She stopped, blinked at him. Killian could see her mind working, and it was fast and sharp. “When I came
up on you and the rat in the bayou …I didn’t
scent human right away. Only Pantera.”
“Is that right?” he said softly.
Her lips parted then, and she leaned in. All the way
until the tip of her nose brushed his throat. Killian
inhaled sharply. He didn’t know what she was pulling off him, but her scent was
intoxicating. Like a rare flower, whose fragrance existed only for him. He
growled at the ridiculous, romanticized, almost insane thought. But when her
nose moved up to his jaw and her breath caressed his neck, he lost all brain
function whatsoever. His hunger, his desire were on a level he’d never
experienced before. An almost animalistic…
ABOUT ALEXANDRA IVY:
Alexandra Ivy is a New York Times and USA Today
Could anything be more wonderful than spending summer days surrounded by stacks of Nancy Drew mysteries? Over the years I fell in love with Victoria Holt, Jane Austen, Agatha Christie, and J.R.R. Tolkien just to name a few. I read poetry, essays, biographies, and plays. In fact, I read anything I could get my hands on.
Years later (no, I’m not admitting how many) I’m still an avid reader, and my tastes are still as varied as they were in my youth, which I suppose helps to explain why I enjoy writing
I do have a few other loves in my life besides reading and writing, the most important being my unbelievably patient husband, David, and my two sons, Chance and Alexander. Without their constant support and belief in me, I never could have been able to follow my dreams. They are truly my heroes.
ABOUT LAURA WRIGHT:
Laura Wright is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. From Laura: “Unlike many of my peers in the writing world, I wasn’t a writer or a reader until I left high school. During my