Displaying items by tag: Thea Harrison
Tuesday, 09 April 2013 19:12
“Rising Darkness” by Thea Harrison (paranormal, Berkley, April 2013, $7.99, 304pp)
Series: Game of Shadows, book one
Friday, 23 November 2012 19:19
“Lord’s Fall” by Thea Harrison (paranormal, Berkley, November 2012, $7.99, 304pp)
Series: Elder Races, book 5
Before she met Dragos, half-human/half-Wyr Pia Giovanni was alone and on the run. Now she’s mated, pregnant and heading south to repair the Wyrs’ frayed relationship with the Elves. Being separated from Dragos is painful, but for the good of the Wyr demesne they need to figure out how to be partners—in more places than just the bedroom.
Tuesday, 06 November 2012 08:30
Romance Novel News is excited to host an interview with author Thea Harrison whose latest book, “Lord’s Fall” is out today. We highly recommend all of the books in the Elder Races series. Want to win a copy of a Thea Harrison book? Read on to find out how . . .
Thanks for having me on your blog today! I’m excited to be here with you.
Q: Your latest books are set in the world of the Elder Races, a complex and well-crafted paranormal world that rivals Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunters world. What inspired you to create this intriguing and vibrant world?
A: I’ve had so much inspiration from so many different places, that I’m afraid I can’t give just one answer. Nalini Singh’s rich worldbuilding was certainly part of that inspiration, but many other authors were too, from Patricia McKillip to J R Ward, to C J Cherryh. I read extensively in different genres, so I think I’ve been influenced by a lot of authors.
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Sunday, 23 October 2011 19:50
“Serpent’s Kiss” by Thea Harrison (paranormal, Berkley, October 2011, $7.99, 336pp)
Series: The Elder Races
Tuesday, 02 August 2011 19:34
“Storm’s Heart” by Thea Harrison (paranormal, Berkley, August 2011, $7.99, 336pp)
“Dragon Bound,” Thea Harrison’s first book in her Elder Races’ series, blew me away. It was one of those books that I could not put down. It had a carefully crafted and intricate paranormal world, colorful and appealing characters alongside a captivating plot. And Thea Harrison can write, very, very well. I immediately put Harrison’s follow up “Storm’s Heart” on my list of books to read and only wondered a little if the awesomeness of “Dragon Bound” would be repeated. I needn’t have worried. “Storm’s Heart” is just as strong as “Dragon Bound.”
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 18:01
“Dragon Bound” by Thea Harrison (paranormal, Berkley, May 2011, $7.99, 336 pp):
From the moment that I set eyes on the advanced copy of “Dragon Bound,” I knew there was something different about it – something that must have set the story apart from others. The ARC actually had a cover image (which isn’t standard with Berkley ARCs) and had author quotes galore (from J.R. Ward, Christine Feehan, Nalini Singh and others). Additionally, it came with what seemed to be a very heartfelt letter from Cindy Hwang, a Berkley editor. The letter convinced me that I needed to read this book - immediately. And the bottom line is that the incredible hype was spot on. I was blown away by "Dragon Bound." In some ways, I feel very silly because I want to wax poetic and because I have some serious fan-girl devotion for Thea Harrison that I can’t quite control. I feel like I may have been stalking her on Twitter, but she has been extremely gracious.