You know what I love to do at Halloween? Watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer–particularly the Halloween episodes. Or hell, any of them. Buffy’s awesome!
Do you remember the one where Willow dresses up in a cute little costume for Halloween and then is too embarrassed to wear it, so she pulls a sheet over it and goes as a ghost? And then that guy casts that spell that turns everyone into their costumes…and Willow becomes a ghost and Xander is a commando and Buffy is a wilting Southern Belle…and then the vampires attack?
I could go on, but you get my drift. I’m not into the really, really scary movies (I still get chills when I think about Pumpkinhead, which a(n ex-)boyfriend made me watch twenty-five years ago) but there are lots of other Halloween movies and TV shows that are just plain fun. Charlie Brown, anyone?
What are your favorite Halloween movies and TV episodes?
While you’re scrolling down to the comment section to talk about your faves or to enter the giveaway at the bottom of the post, take a look at this excerpt from my latest release, Her Scottish Alpha, now available for just $0.99! And when you’re all done, scroll down a little further to the next post for another giveaway and to see all of the books on sale for $0.99 each as part of the Fangs, Fur and Magic event, including my book Her Forbidden Alpha.
She got aroused by weapons, by thick history tomes, and by Google. By men? Not so much. Not that she was gay, but it had been a long time since a man had anything to offer that she had the slightest interest in pursuing. So what was up with getting aroused by a six foot-something Scottish guy who had her effectively pinned?
Maybe it was because he was the first man in years who’d been able to pin her.
Before she could follow that thought–if she even wanted to–he spoke again. “What’s your name?”
“I’m not your mate.” She continued to struggle, though her efforts seemed feeble. The tension made her throat sound hoarse.
“Your name, lass. Mate or no, I want something to call ye.”
“You can call me ‘gone’ if you’ll just put me down.”
He growled. The damned werewolf actually growled at her. “Name.”
When he said her name, the sound rolled through her like a mini-orgasm. Good Gods, what was he doing to her? “Yes, Keira. Now put me down.”
“I canna. You’ll run, when what I need is for ye to hear me out.” The blasted man turned and walked her back through the Great Hall toward a long table at the far end.
She kicked at him but he didn’t even make a sound to indicate she’d impacted him. “You can’t just hold me prisoner.”
“I can, but I don’t want to. You’re my mate. I want to take you to my room, make love to you for days, then take care of you the rest of our lives.”
Keira sucked in her breath. She wasn’t sure if she was more surprised that what he described even sounded good or shocked that he thought she was the kind of woman he could coddle. “Do you know who I am?” she bit off.
A steamy werewolf romance in the Colliding Worlds series from New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Tabitha Conall…
A dragon slayer, an alpha werewolf and a war.
Dragon slayer Keira Harlow is on a job when everything goes wrong. Her twin sister and partner disappears and worse, Keira herself gets nabbed by a werewolf who turns her on in a most disturbing way.
Deep in negotiations with a dragon shifter, Scottish and UK Alpha Lachlan MacPherson doesn’t expect his mate to barge into his home uninvited but when she does, there’s no way he’ll let her go.
While searching for Keira’s sister, a bigger problem arises–the English Alpha wants the position of UK Alpha which Lachlan holds by right of birth and he’s not above going to war to get it. If that weren’t enough, Keira has to find a way to get herself out of the situation with Lachlan. He might think they’re mates but she knows it can never be.
This 35,000+ word long book is the third in the Colliding Worlds series. HEA included.
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