The Quarterly Book Release Blog Hop- October Edition!

Thursdays Bite

a fab blog hop with all new October releases

As the last blow-out in October to celebrate the release of my latest twisted fairy tale The Dark Huntsman: A Fantasy Romance of the Black Court I am participating in the October New Release Blog hop. Today  through next week you have the opportunity to check out October’s new releases. And they aren’t all paranormal romance authors. There are fantasy authors, YA authors, even historical authors on the list.  Check out the link to discover fantastic new releases! 

These amazing authors all have releases in October and have banded together to not only let you check out their new books, but they’ve donated fabulous prizes including copies of all my Passion in Print e-novellas, Twisted Tales: Come Into the Woods.

So, if you are a regular visitor here and know all about The Dark Huntsman, feel free to hop to the other sites and check out their books and enter to win. And you can hop on by Rafflecopter and enter to win directly here:  http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/e2460a64/quarterly blog hop october edition

Now, for all of you new visitors, welcome to the blog!

The Dark Huntsman

A Fantasy Romance of the Black Court

Ebook will be FREE on Amazon on Halloween!

Want a reminder? Fan me on Facebook HERE and I’ll be posting the free days that are coming up.  October 31st and November 1st, 2013

I’ve been twisting fairy tales for several years now and one of my favorite fairy tales to twist is Snow White. Unlike other paranormal romance authors who twist fairy tales my books do not stick to the story. They wind and bend their way through a brand new tale. Here’s the blurb for The Dark Huntsman:

An evil queen, a dangerous man, and a witch, tangled together in a tale of Snow White…

Desperate to save the last of her family from the murderous Faery Queen, Trina Mac Elvy weaves a spell of entrapment. But instead of a common soldier, the queen has released the Dark Huntsman, a full blooded fae with lethal powers.

Caged for treason, Logan Ni Brennan, is ready to do anything to win free of the manipulative queen, even if it includes running a last errand for her…murdering a witch. The sight of Trina, ready to fight despite the odds, gives him another option: use the witch as a chess piece, put the queen’s son on the throne, and bring down the queen forever.

As the queen slides into insanity and her closest advisor makes plans to succeed to the throne, Logan secrets Trina away in the enchanted forest and makes a decisive move in his dangerous game of manipulation. But the gaming tables of fate turn on him, and when Trina’s life is threatened he discovers he risks more than his freedom…he risks his heart.

Dare to enter Jessica Aspen’s world of steamy, fantasy romance in her new twisted fairy tale trilogy: Tales of the Black Court…

As you can see the evil queen is not Snow White’s step-mother, in fact, Trina has never met the faery queen and is no relation whatsoever. Trina is an orphan and she has a sad tale, but it’s not Snow’s tale. She’s been on the run from the queen nearly her entire life with her cousins and her aunt who make a larger appearance in Prince by Blood and Bone, book two in Tales of the Black Court (out late December). The Dark Huntsman takes on an urban fantasy feel as we start in windswept modern day Wyoming and jump into the land of the fae, Underhill. We meet two of the seven brothers of the Fir Bolg and Trina does end up cleaning a cottage, but she doesn’t share it with the brothers, instead she and Logan must discover how the two of them can take on the evil queen together and in the process they fall in love.

I enjoy leaving a few elements of the main fairy tale in my stories. You’ll find apples and witches and magical kisses. What you won’t find is a heroine who is passive, or a prince who sweeps in at the end to save the day without putting in some blood, sweat, and his own magical tears.

Click HERE to read an excerpt from The Dark Huntsman.

Do you like new twists on classic tales? Hot paranormal romance? Couples who can take on not just each other, but dark evil as well? Then delve into The Dark Huntsman. Available on Amazon today.

Snow and the Seventh Wolf by Jessica AspenAnd leave a comment about what you like about hot, twisted, fairy tale romance. I’ll have a drawing for your choice of Little Red Riding Wolf, Snow and the Seventh Wolf or Goldi and the Bear on Halloween Eve. Make sure your email is correct in the WordPress form to win as I’ll be letting you know via email. All three of those twisted tales will be in the big prize package, so if you haven’t done so hop on by the Rafflecopter link or on to the other authors sites and enter to win more prizes!

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8 responses to “The Quarterly Book Release Blog Hop- October Edition!

  1. I’m reading the Dark Huntsman right now…loving it! I love fairy tales twisted with a hint of darkness.

  2. bn100

    that they’re different

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  3. Jessica, you’re books sound really fun. I love the idea of taking a classic fairy tale and spinning it off into a different story, like I did with Ilona’s Wolf. (I’m in the hop and not commenting to win.) Am loving Once Upon A Time, esp. the deliciously sexy yet villainous Captain Hook. 😉

  4. Sounds interesting,going to get my free book now.

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