Monday, June 11, 2018

Venomous Hunger by Mary Auclair - Book Tour + Giveaway

Venomous Hunger
Mary Auclair
Series: Eok Warriors Book 2
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction Romance
Publisher: Eclipse Press
Publication Date: May 25, 2018
His lust devours their worlds. Her love will free them both.
After being left for dead by her people, Aliena wakes up under the care of alien pirates. She escapes, only to be captured by a creature straight from her darkest nightmares, bent on the destruction of everything she holds dear.
An Eok warrior turned pirate, Kamal is one to be reckoned with. He is on a mission for the Eok nation, and his only goal is to find and save the humans before he can return to his life, a life he excels at. He has no intention to allow a headstrong human female to get in his way.
As Aliena embarks on a mission to rescue her uncle from Minister Knut’s clutches, Kamal is at a crossroads. If he chooses help the human, the price might well be his own life.
When the Mating Venom unleashes its torment, Kamal has to decide. Will he change his ways and claim Aliena’s heart, or is the life of an outlaw too hard to leave behind?
Publisher’s Note: This steamy, thrilling sci-fi romance is the second in the Eok Warriors series, however it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone.


Hope was there in her features, under her skin, as relentless as she was.
“Yes.” The word left his mouth, sealing his future. “I will go after your uncle on Minister Knut’s estate of Aveyn.”
It was as if Aliena had received a blow. Her eyes widened and her mouth gaped open. She stood there, breathless for a few seconds, then jumped.
She landed in his arms before he could move away. The shock of her supple woman’s body suddenly meeting his own almost made him fall on his ass. The impact ran along his veins and arteries, skittering inside his bones, leaving a mark on the fabric of his very being.
He buried his nose inside the lush mass of her hair, inhaling her scent. Mating Venom dripped on his tongue in a steady flow, pushing fire down his body.
His hands closed around her waist, pressing Aliena against him, molding her to his body in all the right ways.
It would be so easy. He could take her right here, in front of her people, as his instinct told him to.
Still holding her small waist between his fingers, he pushed her away from him. Aliena looked at him, surprise clear on her face.
“When do we leave?”
Kamal found himself stunned into silence. How could she think he would allow her to come along on such a dangerous mission? He shook his head, frowning at her.
“When do we leave? You’re getting that all wrong, Little Bird.” Shock gave way to anger when Aliena lifted her brows in defiance, crossing her arms over her chest and tilting her head at the same time. “You’re staying here, where you can do the most good. I’ll go hunt the humans on Minister Knut’s estate.”
His words seemed have an impact on Aliena, who unfolded her arms. Uncertainty spread across her features.
“I can’t leave my uncle’s rescue to you—to anyone. I can’t wait here like some damsel in distress.”
“Your place is here, with your family, your people. They need you to protect them. That idiot Martin cannot ensure their safety in the dangerous times to come.”
His words drew lines of understanding across Aliena’s face. He saw the exact moment where she accepted what he was saying, accepted her role in this.
“I will retrieve your uncle and bring him and the others back.”
Aliena held his stare, her pure eyes like windows to her soul. She nodded, the gesture simple, yet laden with the depth of a new trust she was putting in him. A few seconds later, he broke the contact, turning away to walk past his troops. Back to the Mellark, back to the only life he had known for over a decade.
I will come back for you. And then, I will take you.

Venomous Hunger Playlist

1.       Ain’t no sunshine, Bill Whiters
2.       Carry on Wayward son, Kansas
3.       You sexy thing, Hot Chocolate
4.       Bartholomew, The Silent Comedy
5.       She’s always a woman, Billy Joel
6.       Take me to church, Hozier
7.       Dust in the wind, Kansas
8.       On the nickel, Tom Waits
9.       Just like a woman, Bob Dylan
10.   I just want to make love to you, Etta James
11.   Paint it black, Rolling Stones
12.   Fur Elise, Beethoven
13.   Red House, Jimmy Hendrix
14.   Iris, The Goo Goo Dolls
15.   Complainte de la Butte, Rufus Wainwright
16.   Wanted dead or alive, Bon Jovi
17.   Anything to say you’re mine, Etta James
18.   Saving all my love for you, Tom Waits
19.   Knocking on heaven’s door, Bob Dylan
20.   You are so beautiful, Joe Cocker

Tour Schedule

Join the Book Tour from May 30 - June 12, 2018!
Join us and visit each tour stop daily and discover more features, excerpts, reviews, interviews and other extras about the book! To check the latest tour schedule, visit the Venomous Hunger Book Page at Book Unleashed.
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About Mary Auclair

Mary Auclair
Mary grew up in the quiet peace of a small rural village in the heart of Quebec, Canada.
She spent her childhood chasing butterflies and catching frogs, playing in the mud and generally being as unladylike as she could. Her love of science led her to complete a mechanical engineering degree at the Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal, where she met the love of her life.
Years later, as she enjoyed the role of full time mom to her two wonderful children, she decided to pursue her dream of becoming a writer.
She now write as much as her busy schedule allows to bring to life her inner world, filled with exotic planets, mysterious creatures and off course, hot, alpha heroes and the women who melt their hearts.
When she's not writing, she can be found in the garden, walking her dogs or playing with fire in her kitchen as a part time hit-or-miss chef.
She loves to hear from her readers, so don't be shy and drop her a line!
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