Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Whoo-eee! Valkyrie Vampire Ball by Cornelia Amiri - here today with a contest




Valkyrie Vampire Ball
 by Cornelia Amiri

Do you like Scottish vampires? What about Scottish fey? Do you appreciate a strong, handsome man in a kilt? If you said yes to any or all of the above, step underhill to the dwelling place of the baobhan sith. They are waiting for you. They’ve saved you a dance.

The baobhan sith, (bah vawn shee) are vampiric fey who roam the Scottish highlands. All of them are women, no men. They are voluptuous and enticing beauties always garbed in green dresses. Also, they have talons, no fangs. Like other vampires, they drink human blood and they fry in the sunlight. Many call them dancing vampires as they look for young men coming from the pub at night. The baobhan sith dance with them until the men are exhausted then they transform their nails to talons. The dancing grows rough as the baobhan sith rake their nails across their dance partner’s back. They claw at the men’s skin, draining their blood, so they can drink it.

My Dancing Vampire series is a modern take on the baobhan sith, the tales of seven baobhan sith sisters. They are on the hunt for men and in each book that quest turns to romance. I include other Celtic mythology and lore especially several gods and goddesses. The war and fertility goddess Morrigan is a strong secondary character throughout the series.  Valkyrie Vampire Ball , the 5th novella in my Dancing Vampire series comes out November 28th.

Valkyrie Vampire Ball [Ebook]


ISBN - 9781419942785

Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.

Blurb:

The baobhan sith—vampiric fey—Mordak and her sisters search the highlands for men to dance with and drink from. The moment Mordak spots Tor, she burns for his touch and yearns for the taste of his lips in a lingering kiss. Before she can sway her hips in a seductive dance to enchant Tor, three Valkyrie land in front of him. Mordak is not about to let the Norse blondes fly off with the man she chose.

Tor never expected to run into six gorgeous women on his way to the pub. It’s the redhead, Mordak, who catches his eye. When she fights the Valkyrie and saves his life, he knows she’s the woman for him. But Mordak lives in the fey realm where he can’t go and she promised her sisters she’d never fall in love with a human. Can he escape the Valkyrie who want to slay him and win Mordak’s love even though he’s only human?

The other books in the series are Dance Of The Vampires, Vampire Highland Fling, Ever So Bonnie A Vampire, and One Dance With A Vampire. The last book in the series, Some Vampires Shimmy will be coming soon.

To celebrate the new release, I’m giving away the first three eBooks of the series, Dance Of The Vampires, Vampire Highland Fling, and Ever So Bonnie A Vampire along with a deck of EC 2014 Hoedown  Showdown playing cards. Please comment below to enter the contest and leave your email so I can reach you if you win.

BIO
 
Cornelia Amiri, who also writes under the name of Maeve Alpin, is the author of 24 Celtic and Steampunk romance books. She lives in Houston Texas as does her son and granddaughter and her cat, Severus. Severus is a writer's cat, he loves books. He likes to knock them off the bookshelf, sit on them, and sniff the open pages. He also uses the computer, he sits on it, lays on top of it, and walks across the key board almost constantly. You can visit Cornelia at her web site: http://CelticRomanceQueen.com and FB page: https://www.facebook.com/CelticRomanceQueen

6 comments:

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    1. Thank you so much, Jane. I appreciate the opportunity to guest post today at your amazing blog.

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    1. I'll try it again without the typos. I love stories steeped in mythology. Best luck, Cornelia. :)

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    2. Thank you so much, Rose. I really appreciate the comment. I love Celtic mythology

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  3. I have not read one of your books in a bit. I need to get these.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

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