Thursday, October 2, 2014

Blog Tour & Giveaway for Lover Claimed by A.M. Griffin

A.M. Griffin
Dark Wolf Enterprises, #2

Publisher:  Three Twenty-One LLC
Release Date: September 8, 2014
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Werewolf
Length: 151 Pages
ISBN:  9780990453819
ASIN:  B00N51975A

 Buy Links:  Kindle | Nook | Smashwords | ARe

About the book: 

When Meisha comes home and finds a strange man in her kitchen, she does what any sensible person would do. She beats the crap out of him first, then asks questions after. When he explains her best friend is in mortal danger, Meisha knows the whole mess—including a recent murder and the threats on her friend’s life—may be her fault, and she’s determined to get to the bottom of it. And no sexy stranger is going to stop her.

Lajos Farkas isn’t expecting to meet a spitfire, martial artist when he’s on a mission to figure out who’s stealing from Dark Wolf Enterprises, and he certainly doesn’t expect her to insist on butting in on his investigation. But getting rid of Meisha is seemingly impossible, and when his wolf decides she’s his life-mate, suddenly he realizes he’ll do anything to keep her close and grow old with her.

If they can just stay alive long enough to make that possible.

A day in the life of A.M. Griffin

Hello sexy people!

For those who don’t know me, I’m A.M. Griffin and I write smexy stories of alien abductions, vanilla stories about invasions and teenage love and I’ve just added sexy paranormal wolf shifters to my repertoire. I’m so excited about this new series and I’m happy that the readers can take this adventure with me into my new paranormal world.

On any given Sunday…

I roll off the bed (which is about three and a half feet high—no joke) and land on the dog who thinks I should’ve known that she was sleeping by my side of the bed (which I should, she’s eleven, I know all her habits). I apologize and scold her in the same breath as I make my way to the bathroom. I won’t bore you with the gory details, but when I leave the bathroom I have magically fresh breath, my face is washed and moisturized and my hair is in a ponytail.

From there I have to squeeze into workout clothes and although I know this class starts at 10:00, I always convince myself that on this Sunday, the class may start at a different time. I fish the schedule from my laptop bag (why do I keep the gym schedule here? I have no idea) and nope, the time didn’t change. The class starts at 10:00 and a quick glance tells me that I have 10 minutes to get there.

I slip on my gym shoes, no time to tie them and I grab a water bottle and while running out the door, yelling to my husband to make the kids get up and start cleaning the house. If I don’t get to sleep in, no one does.

The class lasts an hour with an option to leave after thirty minutes. I’m sure the other women in the class (including the instructor) take bets on what excuse I’ll come up with this week to leave at 10:30. I have a ton of them. Even though I’ve only made it through 30 minutes of a workout class I feel pretty proud of myself, like I’ve accomplished some great feat.

I walk back into the house and have this air of greatness about myself—as I should since I’ve actually done something and they haven’t. Plus, it justifies what I’m about to do next—take a nap.

Two hours later I wake up and turn on the television. I should be writing. To stop the nagging feeling that I’ve got too much to do rather than sit around and watch television all day, I pull my laptop toward me and I even open it and turn it on.

For the next three hours I alternate between watching cartoons, the SyFy channel and checking my emails. It gets all hazy until 5:00 where I realize that one, the children need to eat, two, I have to go back to the EDJ in the morning and three, I have soooo much to do and no time in which to complete it all.

All this stress and worries call for another nap.

Two hours later…

I’m up and I’m really stressed now. I have 3k words to write in the new story and 20 pages to edit in the work in progress. Oh, wait….it’s 7:00 and animation domination is coming on. I can take care of all of this after 10 can’t I? Pizza for everyone!
So as you can see my life consists of failed workout attempts, naps and plenty of procrastination.  Every now and then I make myself get on the grind and I take care of all my business. If we’re FaceBook friends you’ll notice I mark these days as my “Productive days”. LOL

I’m sure there are writers out there who have it all figured out. I so envy them. But until I get my writing life together I’ll continue to set unrealistic expectations for myself and procrastinate until I have no choice but to lock myself away and pound out a book. Sometimes I think I want to change my habits, get more organized and other times I think I’m fine just the way I am. 

Happy reading folks!

Dark Wolf Enterprises, #1

Dark Wolf Enterprises (book 1) can be found in the Brought To His Knees boxed set.

Buy Links:  Kindle | Nook | Kobo | ARe | Smashwords | iTunes

About the book: 

Murder, mayhem and imprinting with a hot wolf shifter… And they say being an accountant is boring.

The big break Trudi Hollander’s small accounting firm needs has finally arrived, but unfortunately it comes with murder, mayhem and Kristof Farkas, a man she just can’t seem to resist. Even worse, Kristof is the CFO of Dark Wolf Enterprises—the one person who can pull the plug on the job that will take her company to the next level.

And then there are the assassins who can jump from three stories up and still be able to run away…

Kristof has no intention of giving in to his inner wolf and claiming Trudi. She’s human. Too fragile to withstand being a shifter’s mate. But the need to protect her is stronger than his resolve, and his desire is more powerful yet. He’ll fight with everything he has to keep her safe, both from those who would hurt her, and from himself.

Lover Claimed
©A.M. Griffin

She looked down at the dog, dead at her feet, and frowned.

What kind of dog is this?

He was black and big…no, huge. He was some kind of Husky for sure. A big Husky. She and Lajos were going to have a hard time trying to move this thing’s body. Leaving it in the hall wasn’t an option. She couldn’t risk someone spotting a dead dog in an office building. That would be enough to start another investigation and she really didn’t need the cops coming back to dust for prints again. While she was smart enough to wear gloves, Lajos was not. His prints would be all over the place.

She cursed him under her breath.

She peered at the dog again.

Something was different. Was it changing? She swore it had longer and thicker hair. Now she could see the skin underneath. And the face. The snout wasn’t long anymore. It looked…almost human.

She stood and watched, dumbfounded, as the dog…changed. Her mouth went dry. Her heart slammed against her ribs and her breaths became uncontrolled.

The dog turned into a human.

The guy who’d been chasing her lay on his side, naked. It was Fedir. His throat gaped and he had a hole in his chest.

“Wh-what are you?” she whispered.

Her hands began to shake. The knives almost slipped from her grip. Heat swept across her body.


Lajos’ voice was distant and urgent, but she couldn’t pull her eyes from the anomaly at her feet.

How is this possible?

In the back of her mind she could hear Lajos walking toward her.

“I-I killed a dog,” she kept repeating, trying to convince her mind that the dead man at her feet was some kind of trick.

“You killed a wolf.”

She looked up to find Lajos next to her. He put a hand on hers, pushing the knife that she held down to her side. She let him do the same to the other.

“A wolf?” she asked, confusion overtaking her brain. She looked back down at the man. “But…”

Lajos took a deep breath. “He was a wolf shifter.”

Wolf shifter?

Her head began to swim, making her dizzy. This type of thing doesn’t happen in real life.

“We need to get rid of the body,” he said.

“I-I don’t believe you.” She looked up at him. “W-Where is his friend?”

“He jumped from the office window. I wanted to go after him, but I couldn’t leave you here with Fedir. I didn’t want you to get hurt.”

She indicated with her hand at Fedir. “Is his friend one of these too?”


“Oh my God, the Yaruzi sent freaks after us,” she whispered.

He brushed past her. “They aren’t freaks.” He stepped over the dead man and crouched behind him.

She stared down at Fedir. Her and her family could get away from the Yaruzi—she’d trained most of her life in tactics geared toward escaping them—but this… She shook her head in disbelief. How would they escape from people like Fedir?

“He changed from a man to a wolf and back to a man again,” Meisha said, her voice sounded distant. “H-How was he—it able to do that?”

“He isn’t a freak and he’s not an ‘it’. He’s a shifter, particularly a wolf shifter.”

“I d-don’t believe you. W-why would I believe something as crazy at that?”

He leaned over and sniffed the guy’s hair. “Because I’m one too.”

About the Author:

 A. M. Griffin is a wife who rarely cooks, mother of three, dog owner (and sometimes dog owned), a daughter, sister, aunt and friend. She’s a hard worker whose two favorite outlets are reading and writing. She enjoys reading everything from mystery novels to historical romances and of course fantasy romance. She is a believer in the unbelievable, open to all possibilities from mermaids in our oceans and seas, angels in the skies and intelligent life forms in distant galaxies.

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