Why is he giving the scary alien a come hither look over his shades? Hey, I’m not judging. I don’t understand this cover, or this dash between “great” and “day,” but guys, he has a bee companion.
When a strange starship appears mysteriously on a distant alien world, bearing only a single human and his bee-like extraterrestrial companion, the powerful warlord of that world laughs at the stranger’s preposterous demand: End an all-out war with an interstellar rival, or face devastating consequences. But James Lawson, emissary from an intergalactic federation of advanced race, means every word he says, and has the power to back them up–whatever the cost.
– Design for Great-Day by Alan Dean Foster, Eric Frank Russell
“It’s a speculative thriller where telepaths are rounded up and sent to the beautiful mountain town of Brightside.”
– Brightside by Mark Tullius
You know it’s fate.
“The only thing they have in common? Really…sharp…teeth.”– Blood Mate (Project Rebellion #2) by Mina Carter
Oh the puns. The puns. They’re daring me to pick this book up off the shelf.
“Suddenly desperate, the inexperienced ex-rich girl was forced to take the only job she could get: as a tour guide in a cemetery. But a grave situation took a turn for the worse when a head-on collision with a headstone left her with an unwanted ability to communicate with the disgruntled deceased . . . and now Pepper has a whacked Mafia don demanding that she hunt down his killers — and threatening to haunt her until she does.”
– Don of the Dead (Pepper Martin #1) by Casey Daniels
“In a world nearly identical to ours, the North won the Civil War, Ben Affleck is the sexiest man alive, and Russia never sold Alaska to the U.S. Instead, Alaska is a rough, beautiful country ruled by a famously eccentric royal family, and urgently in need of a bride for the Crown Prince. But they have no idea what they’re in for when they offer the job to a feisty commoner.”
– The Royal Treatment (Alaskan Royal Family #1) by MaryJanice Davidson
Another Friday, another zany blurb from the ethersphere of the book world. Enjoy?
“Squirrel shifter Elly has been captured by Freedom, beaten, and then handed off to be raped. Only her new hotter-than-hell jailor, Deuce Pierce, isn’t keen on forcing her and is all about saving her curvy, furry ass and getting her to safety. After she’s freed, she can’t forget about the lion who saved her life, and she hunts for him, determined to find the man who haunts her.”
– Deuces Wild (Ridgeville #5) by Celia Kyle