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Second Day of Christmas – Aliza Mann

I would like to introduce you to the incomparable Aliza Mann for the second day of Christmas…Writer Style! She was one of the first folks I met at GDRWA and made me feel immediately welcome. She and I share our love of everything Fantasy and Jason Momoa.

Aliza Mann is repped by KT Literary and her favorite romance sub-genres are paranormal and contemporary. Her book Breaking His Rules is launching April 2019 and will be released by Random House. It is up for pre-sale now!

Her novel Dark Hearts is a paranormal romance, full of shifter angst and tension. Here’s a blurb:

Dark Hearts

Mitchell Rowland wasn’t looking for trouble. Having sworn off crazy girls, he needed to keep a low profile. It wasn’t a good idea to be in the spotlight with vicious Seekers and heartless demons out to kill him. The fantasy of blending in disappeared when he met half-human, half-demon, and dangerously hot Kayla Tanner. Gone were the cares of hiding the wolf he was, replaced with an urgency to claim her. Could he help the woman of his dreams avert certain death at the hands of her demon father while maintaining his own secret?

Kayla was simply trying to live a normal life. One where she hung out with her friends, enjoyed campus life and wasn’t being stalked by her deathly father – the demon Alchoe, who vowed to kill her if she didn’t return to Hell with him. In fact, when Mitch approached her at a frat party, she knew she should walk away because there was nothing normal about him – but she didn’t. Instead, she ignored her apprehension. One night of passion left her spiritually bound to him. Fresh with imprint from the werewolf she barely knew, she would have to find a way to save her life, while protecting her heart.

To learn more about the books that Aliza writes, be sure to check out her website at alizamannauthor.com! She can also be found on Amazon!

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