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Sunday, September 11, 2016

Guest Post with Author Paige Tyler and Giveaway

Meet Paige Tyler author of Her Rogue Alpha.

Paige Tyler is a USA Today Bestselling Author of sexy, romantic fiction. She and her very own military hero (also known as her husband) live on the beautiful Florida coast with their adorable fur baby (also known as their dog). Paige graduated with a degree in education, but decided to pursue her passion and write books about hunky alpha males and the kickbutt heroines who fall in love with them.

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This September, Paige Tyler releases Her Rogue Alpha, the fifth in her heart-pounding X-Ops series. To celebrate, we have a letter from the hero and heroine to share with you. We also have the first THREE chapters to read FOR FREE!

Download the first three chapters here.

Letter from Jayson Harmon, hero of HER ROGUE ALPHA.

Hi everyone. I’m Jayson Harmon, and you’ll be seeing me in the next X-OPS book called HER ROGUE ALPHA. Paige asked me to tell you about my background and how I feel about my girlfriend, Layla Halliwell. I usually don’t like talking about personal stuff like this, but Paige threatened to go back into the book and give me a pink Mohawk and size six boots if I didn’t, so here goes.

I used to be in the Army Special Forces, but I got injured during a mission in Afghanistan and ended up taking a butt load of shrapnel in my back. The Army did their best to patch me up, but it didn’t help. I still got medically separated from the Army. I have to admit; I’m not dealing with that decision very well. The Army was going to be my life, and now that’s all gone. Worse, the guys on my SF A-team are still out there, fighting and risking their lives without me. That stings. Now I’m left figuring where my so-called life goes from here—if anywhere. I have a job running the weapon ranges at the Department of Covert Operations, but watching field agents train to go on missions I’ll never be able to is hard as hell. It wasn’t the life I pictured having, but I’m trying to make the best of it.

I also have an amazing girlfriend, though I can’t for the life of me figure out why she’s interested in broken man like me. Feline shifter Layla Halliwell is total perfection. She’s beautiful, talented, and has everything going for her. She’s even getting ready to go out on her first field mission as a DCO agent. Thinking about her being out there, in danger, without me there to watch her back is driving me crazy with worry.

Now the deputy director of the DCO wants me to take an experimental drug that will not only heal my injuries, but give me shifter abilities. Problem is, people who were given previous versions of that same serum either died or ended up like wild, uncontrollable animals. I’d be lying if I didn’t say I was terrified to take the stuff, but at the same time, I’m afraid not to take it.

Is it crazy for someone like me—as screwed up as I am—to want to be whole enough to be able to be Layla’s partner in every way possible, including in the field on missions? I’d do anything for a chance like that.

Letter from Layla Halliwell, heroine of HER ROGUE ALPHA.

Hi! It feels kind of strange to write an open letter to people I don’t know, disclosing personal—not to mention classified—information. But Paige is nodding at me, so I guess this is okay.

I went to college to become a psychologist because I’ve always wanted help people. After graduation, I got a job at the Department of Covert Operations so I could work with shifters like me. I didn’t take the job intending to ever become a field agent, but now that I’m in training to become on, I’m excited at the prospect. I’ll still help people and I won’t have to sit behind a desk to do it.

My boyfriend, Jayson Harmon, on the other hand, isn’t as thrilled about my career change. He’s exactly what I’m looking for in a man and I really care about him. He’s strong (physically and mentally), heroic, charming, romantic, and yeah, he’s attractive as hell, too! Problem is, he seems determined to push me away. I know he’s still dealing with injuries he sustained in Afghanistan and I want to help him get through this rough time in his life, but I have to admit, it’s wearing me down. I don’t know how much more I can handle. How can I help him when he refuses that help? This mission I’m about to head out on might be the last straw. I’m not sure if our relationship can handle something like that. And if that isn’t enough, the deputy director of the DCO is trying to talk Jayson into taking an experimental drug he claims will not only heal Jayson, but also give him shifter abilities. I’ve tried to talk him out of it, but I don’t think I was very successful. I’m scared he’s going to be something stupid and extreme while I’m away on this mission, and I won’t be there to stop him…

You can find out more about Layla and Jayson’s story in Paige Tyler’s latest release, Her Rogue Alpha. Download the first THREE chapters here!


Former Special Forces Lieutenant Jayson Harmon can’t believe that his war scars don’t matter to beautiful feline shifter Layla Halliwell. Why would she saddle herself with a broken man?

But Layla knows that Jayson is a hero to the core, and that only she can heal his wounded soul. So when Jayson is deployed on another deadly mission, no way is Layla staying behind…

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  1. I love Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs.

  2. Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris

  3. The Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R. Ward. I couldn't possibly pick only 1!

  4. Their are so many that I love but one of my favorites is Nalini Singh's Guild Hunter series.

  5. I would have to say my fave paranormal romance is the first one that introduced me to the paranormal...Laurell K. Hamilton's Guilty Pleasures of her Anita Blake series. I haven't looked back since. Dragons, wolves, vampires, you name it...I'm there! When I'm not reading paranormals it's other "kick-ass" alpha heroes and heroines that I want to read about. Thanks for the post and the question!

  6. To be quite honest my favorite paranormal romance series is MaryJanice Davidson's Vampire Queen Betsy books.

  7. One of my very favorites is BLACK BODY by H.C. Turk. It's the best book about witches I've ever read. This is a fantastic giveaway! I shared this to my wall in FB so I'm trying to bring friends. But I don't know how we get points for that. I want to win! Badly! :-) Thanks.

  8. I'm not sure if I have a favorite, but I enjoyed Xoe. Thanks for having the giveaway.

  9. Laura Kaye's Hearts of the Anemoi series! Those are great books. And Patricia Briggs' Alpha and Omega series.

  10. Thank you so much for the opportunity and your generosity I just love her books !!

  11. The kate Daniels series by Ilona Briggs. It leans more toward the paranormal side than the romance but I count it :) thanks for sharing!

  12. That is tough I love so many, a couple favs are:

    Heartbitten by Aubrey Rose
    Jett's Wild Wolf by Elle Boon

  13. I enjoy Nora Roberts paranormals.

  14. I love Asa Marie Bradley's book, Viking Warrior Rising, and can't wait for the next one.

  15. Omg! You're asking a really hard question ! There r so many great para books out there ... hmmm
    Laura Kaye - Anemoi series
    Ellis Leigh - Feral Breed MC series
    Kristin Miller - both SF & Seattle Wolf Pack series

    Of course I've just recently started Tylers SWAT series and I'm in flove with it!

    um ya I can keep goin its just such a big list lol

  16. Too hard to choose one. Top 3 are Laurell K Hamilton Anita Blake. Jeaniene Frost Night Huntress series. Paige Tyler SWAT series