New Release Today! Posse–Legends by T. Hammond

Book & Author Details:
Posse: Legends
by T. Hammond
(Posse, #1)
Publication date: October 26th 2017
Genres: Urban Fantasy, Young Adult

It should have been an easy job.

Track the jackal. Locate the girl. Rescue said girl. Return bad puppy to the Council for questioning.

As leader of the Posse, a paranormal alliance, shapeshifter Lexa O’Clare thought she’d seen everything over the past millennia. Neither she, nor her vampire partner, Etienne, expected this case to be different.

A fugitive werejackal leads them to a secret lab where supernaturals are unwilling subjects in genetic experimentation. The Posse uncovers a conspiracy implicating high-ranking members of the Inter-species Council.

Can anyone’s motives be trusted?



Lexa: a shapeshifter sheriff who also proxies for humans killed before their destinies are fulfilled.
Etienne: a Knight Templar, turned master vampire.
Yasmin: a dragon who walked among the gods.
Jade: an historian & Fox-familiar to a cranky dragon.
Sentinel: a gargoyle who mourns the fall of Atlantis.
Richard: a witch with a target on his back.
Tris: a rare polyshifter with an eye for a sexy male.
Rhys: four months ago he was human…

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Posse: Legends autographed paperback!


T, a paranormal romance and urban fantasy author, feels writing is not a calling so much as it is a compulsion. No one is more surprised than she is when characters take over the plot and dialog, (re)directing stories in directions she had not (consciously) intended. Although T starts out each novel with a basic outline, she finds one or two chapters into the novels, not only have the characters shredded her outline into tiny unidentifiable pieces, they use the resulting confetti in a nose-thumbing parade.

T is fully convinced the writer is the tool a story uses to tell its tale.

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Book Review: All Change from the Bite Me series by India Taylor


Buy “All Change: Bite Me series book 1”

India Taylor’s book, Bite Me: All Change, part of a series, is a very fun read. I sometimes enjoy books about werewolves and vampires, but this book went far beyond others I have read. All Change was so much more than the typical books about trying to find blood and trying to hide your character from others. You might say after reading this, that “Werewolves are people too!” because they have real problems, and real friends. I enjoyed seeing how the group befriended each other despite their differences and worked together for a common goal.

India Taylor’s characters are well developed and likeable. Most werewolf and vampire stories have their own system of rules that these mythical creatures live by, and All Change is no exception. There are a few new rules that I haven’t come across before, and since the creatures aren’t real, anything could be true in a book. This book kept my interest and I really appreciated the logical story development.