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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Hunter's Prey (Bloodhounds #2) by Moira Rogers (Feature/Giveaway)

Hello lovelies, this is going up a bit late because Blogger seems to have it out for me today but I have a great series I would like to introduce you to if you haven't seen it around already or picked it up for yourself, which you definitely should! Bloodhounds is a paranormal romance series set in the west with a steampunk twist from author (s) Moira Rogers. These are short category length novels and the second book was recently released last month, Hunter's Prey. Check it out below and then be sure to enter the giveaway at the end!  

Hunter's Prey (Bloodhounds, #2)
Book #2
Ophelia retired from life as a prostitute, but her new position is even more complicated. Managing the bloodhound manor in Iron Creek is difficult and time-consuming, a job she enjoys less with each passing day. Then there's her inconvenient attraction to Hunter. The newly turned hound seems eager to enjoy her company, but wary of anything more intimate.
Having survived the violence of his first full moon out of a cage, Hunter isn't looking forward to his first new moon. Ophelia offers to be the woman who sates his needs during the three long days of sexual fury, but he can't abide the thought of hurting her in a state of mindless lust. Especially since she longs to settle into a respectable life, and his needs are anything but respectable.Their mutual goal is simple: avoid entanglements. It's a solid plan, at least until a vampire drug lord and a couple of nosy Guild representatives force them to work together to defend their friends and everything they hold dear-including each other.
Warning: Contains a mostly feral, vampire-hunting hero and a tough survivor of a heroine whose retired-hooker heart is more steel than gold. Also included: dangerous frontier intrigue, fancy brothels, mad-scientist weapons and a good dose of wicked loving in an alternate Wild West.

Wilder's Mate (Bloodhounds, #1)
Book #1
Wilder Harding is a bloodhound, created by the Guild to hunt down and kill vampires on America’s frontier. His enhanced abilities come with a high price: on the full moon, he becomes capable of savagery beyond telling, while the new moon brings a sexual hunger that borders on madness. 
Rescuing a weapons inventor from undead kidnappers is just another assignment, though one with an added complication—keeping his hands off the man’s pretty young apprentice, who insists on tagging along. 
At odds with polite society, Satira’s only constant has been the aging weapons inventor who treats her like a daughter. She isn’t going to trust Wilder with Nathaniel’s life, not when the Guild might decide the old man isn’t worth saving. Besides, if there’s one thing she’s learned, it’s that brains are more important than brawn. 
As the search stretches far longer than Wilder planned, he finds himself fighting against time. If Satira is still at his side when the new moon comes, nothing will stop him from claiming her. Worse, she seems all too willing. If their passion unlocks the beast inside, no one will be safe. Not even the man they’re fighting to save. 
Warning: This book contains a crude, gun-slinging, vampire-hunting hero who howls at the full moon and a smart, stubborn heroine who invents mad-scientist weapons. Also included: wild frontier adventures, brothels, danger, betrayal and a good dose of wicked loving in an alternate Wild West.

Bloodhounds - Part Monster, All Man
No one knows when the first vampire came to the United States, but they all remember when their numbers grew so vast that the United States decided to fight back. In 1823 the Bloodhound Guild was founded, turning out warriors blessed with the strength to battle their enemy and the curse of being somewhat less than human.
Sixty years has given the Guild plenty of time to become a fixture in the untamed west. The bloodhounds are all that protect the border territories from the vampires who make the Deadlands their home. It's a dirty job, but what do you expect from a man who's more than a little monster?
Find out more about the series at

Thanks to the fabulous Bree, one half of Moira Rogers, we have a wonderful giveaway for readers! One reader will win their choice of either a digital copy of Wilder's Mate or Hunter's Mate or Swag from the series! To enter, just leave a comment on this post and then fill out the RaffleCopter below. Additional entries are available but not required. Good luck! 

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Laurie said...

These books recently came on my radar and I'm really looking forward to reading them! I have not read any Steampunk yet, but it is something I've been wanting to check out. Thanks for the giveway!

Na said...

I am still discovering the genre and have come across some. Steampunk romance, though is still new for me.

Krystal Larson said...

I have not read steampunk, really, but would love to try!

Vanessa N. said...

I haven't read any yet, but the genre sounds good. Thanks for the giveaway.

Emily Tardy said...

I've had these on my TBB list for a little while, thank you for the chance to win and read them sooner =)

emilytardy@yahoo. com

Rachel V said...

I have not read any steampunk but I have read several summaries on blogs lately and they sound interesting.

pefrw at yahoo dot com

Linda said...

No I hvn't. I"m not even sure I know what Steampunk is (blush)

Lexi said...

Paranormal mixed with steampunk, awesome. I have just read my first steampunk book and loved it. So I have been looking for some more authors to try, great timing!

Unknown said...

Haven't gotten to any steampunk books yet. Definitely am interested in trying some out.

Tore923 said...

I have never read steampunk before but I would like to very much. Sounds very good.

Unknown said...

i haven't read any steampunk books..but iam interesting to try read this books

thanks for the giveaway ^^

April Alvey said...

no i dont think i have read any but i have some on my list to read. my email is

Unknown said...

i have not read this series, aniway thanks for a chance to win and read this series ^^

sunshine_pinkystar at yahoo dot com

Barbara said...

I have read a few and really enjoyed them! A couple to mention are: Iron Heart and Iron Dominance...VERY, VERY good. I highly recommend BOTH! Thx for the giveaway op! :)

barbbattaglia @

Julianne said...

I haven't read any steampunk yet. But there are a couple I want to read very badly.
luvfuzzzeeefaces at yahoo dot com

Irene Jackson said...

I read Wilder's Mate and loved it. Also Iron Dominance by Cari Silverwood was good. I've got a couple on my wishlist but I'm still new to the genre.
Irene Jackson on raffle copter

Texas Book Lover said...

I have not read one yet cause I can't figure out which one to start with...this sounds like just the one.

Anne said...

I've read a few, no titles other than a YA, Cinder, actually come to mind though. It was a DNF for me. It wasn't bad, just didn't hold my interest.

Wait a sec, how could I forget the Gail Carriger Parasol Protectorate series?!? I read the first 3 or 4. Thumbs up.

I have The Hunter by Theresa Meyers on my TBR pile and Geared for Pleasure by Rachel Grace as well.

Tishia Mackey said...

I haven't read any steampunk books, but have been meaning to give them a try.

These books sound really good. I haven't read either and would love to win an ecopy of the first one. Thanks so much for the giveaway!


Anonymous said...

I have Wilder's Mate and have been wanting to read Hunter's Prey for ages. I would love to win an ebook of HP. Thanks so much for the lovely giveaway.

Geishasmom73 AT yahoo DOT com

Modokker said...

No i haven't. I keep wanting to but it hasn't happened yet. You don't hear enough about Steampunk i think to really get the gist of what it is and who writes it.

Lisa B

Helen said...

I have not read any yet

Megan@Riverina Romantics said...

I haven't read any steampunk novels yet.

The Romanceaholic said...

Well, there's this series, of course (I'm entering for the SWAG!), but Meljean Brook's Iron Seas series and Gail Dayton's Heart's series are favorites of mine as well. Plus, The Parasol Protectorate Series by Gail Carriger

ML said...

I've read the Iron Duke by Meljean Brook which was awesome!