Dallas Fire and Rescue Kindle World

In addition to the release of Precedents this month, I’ve got another announcement to make!

So, you’ve heard me talk about Paige Tyler and her amazing SWAT paranormal suspense series, but did you know she also writes a lot of contemporary romance? One of them is her Dallas Fire & Rescue series. I’ve heard the first one and y’all, it’s HOT. No pun intended, since it’s about firefighters.

Anyway, there’s this thing called Kindle World. The way I figure it, it’s like a fan fiction system where other authors can write within the world built by another bestseller. In this case, Paige has opened up her Dallas Fire & Rescue universe to others authors to write in. As soon as she told me about it, I knew exactly which story I wanted to submit.

Beauty and the Blaze started off slow in the planning, but it soon blossomed into a heart touching novella about a young girl who has a special connection with an urban legend known as The Beast. Contrary to its title, The Beast was anything but vicious and evil. In fact, it helps people and it saved Brandy’s life when she was a little girl. Well, I’ll let the cover and blurb tell you the rest. This is definitely one of my hotter romances, but I still add my special flavor of paranormal to the mix to keep things interesting. If you’ve been wondering how I’d so writing something a little steamy, you’ll want to check this out!

B&B_FinalFX_1600x2400Brandy was just eight years old when the urban legend, The Beast, saved her from drowning in the creek outside her hometown. It was the last time anyone had heard of the mythic, altruistic monster that some likened to a really big dog or wolf-like creature. It had a record of savings countless lives over the generations. As an adult, Brandy never forgot the kind deeds of the Beast. It had been fifteen years since the last sighting and she’s become quite the local expert on everything involving The Beast. Her little obsession has made her somewhat of an outcast in some social circles, so when a new face in town starts to pay her a little special attention, she latches onto it with both fists. Handsome and charming, she hopes that Hugh isn’t too good to be true.
Hugh never expected to come back to Morrisville, but the hectic city life of Dallas had proved too taxing on him and his inner wolf. He’s returned to his hometown, hoping to find the easy living he missed. But, how easy of a living can a firefighting werewolf really have? Thinking the worst of his problems will be cats getting stuck up in trees or the occasional car accident, Hugh’s looking forward to relaxing for a change. When he meets the feisty, red-haired librarian, though, the past decides to rear its ugly head and remind him why he left Morrisville in the first place. With a compassionate heart, can he leave well enough alone, or has the urban legend returned to take up his yoke again?

Intrigued? I thought so. Here’s the LINK where you can go ahead and get the ebook! And It’s a little up in the air at the moment, but if you’re on track to come visit me at a future book signing event, I may have some of these little print treasures to give away. *hint hint*

And I’m not the only one who has a new launch into this Kindle World. There are several other talented authors who have added their name to the list of contributors that you should totally check out!

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About Sheritta Bitikofer

Sheritta Bitikofer is an author of eclectic tastes. When she's not writing her next paranormal or urban fantasy novel, she can be found volunteering at her local animal shelter, shooting archery at a medieval reenactment event, doing Zumba, watching a historical documentary, or having coffee with her husband at their favorite café. A wife and fur-mama to two rescue dogs, she makes time to write engaging and moving stories about shifters, vampires, and magic that enthrall readers from cover to cover.
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