Monday, February 8, 2016

Jennifer Byar's Mixers Blast & Giveaway

They thought they could tame her - 
Meet the New Woman
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Enter to win $25 Gift Card-eCopies-Print Copy
From Jennifer Byars
Mixers
by Jennifer Byars

My rating: 5 stars

Publisher: Bare Tree Press
Publication Date: October 14, 2015
Genre: Adult Paranormal | Dark
Print Length: 354 pages
Available from: Amazon
 
 An arrogant vampire comes up with a way to make a new immortal species to help the dark underworld fight the destruction that the human race has caused; destruction that could soon lead to their imminent extinction.

Soon to be thirty-nine year old Molly Barons was just your typical average wife and mother, nothing out of the ordinary. Her life was messy with children, a husband, house work, and everything related with being a normal Mom. But, her life is about to change in ways she never thought possible when a man shows up at her door one summer evening and kidnaps her from her home.

Molly’s hauled off to England to be part of an experiment for a group of five powerful men who run the dark world known as the Creatures. The three vampires, a werewolf King, and an Elvin king all have their hopes set on her to solve all their problems. She is to become a blood slave to the vampires and an incubator for the other two. But, the mindless obedient woman they thought they were going to make through the experiment, wasn’t what they got.

What they got however, is much more than they bargained for.  As Molly’s body begins to transform into a new breed of Creature, a Mixer, her new found abilities weave their way into the depths of her being to change more than just her body, but her character as well. The world of darkness thought that by playing God they could bring forth their salvation, little did they know that one small woman could bring them all to their knees.
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Mixers by Jennifer Byars

MixersVampires, their egos, their need to control and dominate, their twisted appetites and their quest to survive as a race, their need for dominance and to have the best of the best.

Think they are the worst of the supernaturals who hide in the shadows of the human world? The same hold true for werewolves and elves, too. It’s all about the control, so when a plan is hatched to create a new species of things that go bump in the night, with the most delectable blood and the ability to procreate for time immortal, they begin the search for the perfect vessels among the human women of the earth.

Making a statement for “older women still being appealing,” Jennifer Byars brings us into the depths of her world with Mixers. So maybe that wasn’t her plan, but when the vamps picked up thirty-nine-year-old Molly, an All American housewife and mother, no one’s life will ever be the same again. Imagine being part of an experiment with creatures you have never even believed existed, welcome to Molly’s new life, as three vamps an Elven King and a Werewolf King find they may have created the perfect “Mixer” but she is nothing like what they expected.
Molly is mysteriously addictive, they crave her, from her scent to her blood to her body, she has become their master in so many ways. Only their brutal inhumanity as one creature metes out punishment through a vicious gang rape and a bullet in her head, does Molly lose her past memories, and becomes like a new slate. The Molly she creates is dark, vengeful and a fighter for justice for all who have been changed against their will.

Step into Jennifer Byars’ world with care, a strong stomach and your righteous anger and don't forget to slip in some compassion, too. Raw, gritty and ominous, this world feels like even the gravity has more weight as one mixer dares those in power to drop to their knees before her. Does Molly have the allies to cause her “makers” to submit to admitting their vile ways and freeing others bound like her? Ms. Byars writes with a dark and bold stroke, not for the squeamish, but her tale has been executed with a masterful hand. Darkly erotic, brutally jagged, this is a twisted tale of love, hate and survival of the fittest. From start to finish, this is intense without a reprieve from the action, so hang on as these five amateur Dr. Frankensteins discover how well they have done in creating their monster.
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Hello out there.
Well as you may have guessed, I’m an author.
Now what you might be thinking is, great another new author. And yeah, she wrote another new erotic book… been there, done that!
Well honestly, so had I, and that’s exactly why I started writing!
I’m a mother of six children and have been married for twenty five years. Now I’m not going to sugar coat it for you. I love my family, but let me tell you… there a little crazy! (Shhh!!) So when I sit down and read a book, I  want to become the character, just submerge myself in the story… you know, get lost for a couple hours.
So when I turned forty, and yes there’s more to the story then just that, my children bought me an amazon card for my Kindle so I could  buy as many books as I wanted! My plan was to sit all day relaxing on the couch, sipping chai tea, and buying any and all of the $.99 books to the $5.99 dollar books until my heart was content.
I picked up a book that looked good and started to read, but just a couple pages in I was like, Oh lord another twenty five year old virgin?  I sighed, shrugged it off and continued on. Soon I was back at the kindle store looking for a book with cool more “mature” woman who I could relate to.
That’s when I stumbled across a book where the woman just turned forty, and I was like YES! finally some one will have a fun way of dealing with life, friends, and men! Or so I thought.
So I jumped right in, turning the pages,  flipping through,  getting into the story, and then this character, this woman who would get it, who was cool, said something that shocked me. She said now that she was forty at least she didn’t break out with pimples any more… okay what?! I wish that was the case! Obviously this author had no idea what a woman in her forty’s went through.
It was right then that I stood up from my comfortable spot on the couch and declared to my family…”I can not stand to read one more book about a twenty five year old virgin whose going to get fall in love with some whore of a man! Or a forty year old woman who acts like a twenty five year old virgin! I’m done, I’m writing my own book!”
Yup, that’s what I said, and Yup, that’s how it all started.
I know there are books out there that have leading characters where the woman is a little older, but she’s never seems… cool. I mean, we have forty something men snagging up the twenty year olds, why cant woman have the same kind of fun. I got to tell you the woman I know, from there late thirties to there early fifties, there not sitting around watching Murder she wrote.
No these are vibrant, confident woman that can have as much as a good time as anything or anybody out there. And I thought it was about time to have a heroine that showed that as well. I write books for woman. I love smart woman, and I get so tired of see us portrayed as some wishy washy creature, or some old fuddy-duddy that cant get the guy, hell doesn’t stand a chance in hell to get a good looking guy. Come on, we can give as good as we can get, and then some!
Now what’s this site about? Well, honestly I’ll tell funny stories, have discussions, give little insights of my new books.
Honestly I’m writing all the time. Some times I might have three books that I’m working on at one time. So I hope you enjoy my story, my goofy joke and the books I write.
So please, pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and lets have fun! And remember…
Women Rock!
Connect with Jennifer
Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads |
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More Books by Jennifer Byars
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26025197-the-domination-game https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/27860509-the-domination-game-checkmate
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Are you ready for one Mega Giveaway?
Like Jennifer Byars says...New Year, meet the New Woman (Molly)
and she has prizes to share!
$25 Amazon Gift Card - INTL where allowed
THREE eCopies of Mixers - INTL where allowed
ONE Print Copy of Mixers - US Only
Ends February 26, 2016 at 11:59 PM

63 comments:

  1. I like both dark and light. It all just depends on my mood.

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  2. I like everything on the lighter side.

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  3. I like everything on the lighter side.

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    1. Your so very welcome! Thank you for stopping by! ;)

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  5. I like them both as long as the characters are interesting and are they developed properly.

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  6. I actually like and enjoy both light and dark

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  7. I enjoy both light and dark paranormal!

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  8. I enjoy both light and dark paranormal!

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  9. I like a mixture of darkness and then lighten up just a little, over all though-must say dark! And this book looks fantastic!!

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  10. I like all kinds of paranormal :)

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  11. Hi everyone!

    This book defiantly has both light and dark, and Molly herself has that in her. But I think that's also make a character more interesting when they have to battle against themselves.
    If any of you have any questions about Mixers I'd be happy to answer them for you.

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  12. I like my paranormal any way I can get it. I read them all.

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  13. I like my paranormal half & half but knows when to be either one.

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  14. I love paranormal be it light or dark.

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  15. It really depends on my mood I like both light and dark, and everything in between.....

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  16. I like dark more than light but I like both.

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  17. Thank you for this giveaway. I hope I win. I would buy more books of course.

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  18. I like light paranormals. A little humor is always welcome, too!

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  19. Duawana Wilson your so welcome. My fingers are crossed for you! ;) And thanks so much for stopping by!

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  20. Jennifer, I loved reading your bio--simply amazing! I like strong, mature women who are capable of handling challenging situations and know their own mind and aren't afraid to speak it! I usually like light with some humorous moments.

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  21. I like all kinds of paranormal.

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  22. Betty Woodrum,
    That was such a wonderful compliment! You made my day... Thank you so very much! :)

    Okay, so I see that all of you are saying you either like light or dark, scary, or not so scary with a little humor in your paranormal novels. But, let me ask you, what if you could have a little bit of everything in one book?
    Then what would be your answer? And, Would you give that book a try? ;) Anyways...
    So now lets jazz this party up a bit. Everyone has put up what kind of paranormal book they like the best, but lets see what people consider dark, and what they consider light?
    Then we can tally up all the comments in the end and see what the winner is... light or Dark.
    Now for a grand prize, Hmm, what should that be? Oh, I got it!
    And the grand prize will be for the winner... Drum roll please...

    Bragging rights!!!

    (Yup, that's all I got, just bragging rights... But those are still awesome to have! LOL!)

    So, now the questions:
    What is everyone's definition of a dark paranormal book and why is it better than light?
    And, What is everyone's definition of a light paranormal book, and why its better than dark?

    Okay, it's time to give your answer below and,
    May the best paranormal book win!

    Oh one more thing! For all who are wondering... Yes, I'm normally this goofy. ;)

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  23. I like paranormal on the dark side.

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  24. I love paranormaal any way it comes! There are times when pretty fairies doesn't cut the chase and there are times when I prefer to hide from those big bad blue meanies!

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  25. I like both light and dark paranormal. In some cases, the darker a book, the better - I don't want reality, mind you; that's one reason I read. I do enjoy reading the dark and gritty side of urban fantasy, especially, where there's lots of fighting major magical mojo. Great fun!

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  26. I'd have to say on the lighter side

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  27. I actually like both, it just depends on how well it is written.

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  28. Both, as long as it is well written!

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  29. Okay, I think liking both is defiantly winning at this point!

    I didn't take that into consideration... LOL!

    Oh, and I haven't put in my vote for what kind of paranormal I like to read.

    Okay ladies, so I like my paranormal...

    Dark, thrilling, and completely racy! ;)

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  30. Really enjoyed reading the entire post today. This is a new author for me but I would love to learn more! Thank you for the reveal!

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    1. Hi Nikolina,

      I'm smiling from ear to ear that you'd like to read more about me. :)
      I do have a website that has a little glimpse of my all my books, and a couple books just for the readers on my blog. Now I do have a blog titled, the day in the life of crazy... these are stories about me, my husband, thing that have happened to me, and of coarse my wild and crazy children.
      I would love for you or anyone else to stop by and take a peak, and maybe have a good laugh at my whacky life, and see what's coming up next in my writing. ;)
      http://jenniferbyarsauthor.com/

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  31. I love both and I would love to read this book.

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  32. I think I prefer it a bit on the lighter side.

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  33. The darker the better! Great giveaway!

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  34. Depends on my mood. I will read them both, but I do tend to lean a little more to the dark side. LOL
    sherry @ fundinmental

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    1. I like my paranormal: dark,fast paced and racy! ;)

      Thanks for asking Becky. :)

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  36. Sounds like a great read! I'd love to win an e-copy!

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    1. I've got my fingers crossed for you Lyn! ;)

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  37. I love paranormal both light and dark. Bring it on!

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  38. I like both, but prefer light more, thanks!

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  39. I like both dark and light paranormal.

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  40. I won't mind dark if it was lightly sprinkled with humor!

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    1. I think everything is always better when it's sprinkled with humor!;)

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  41. I enjoy reading books on the light side with hea's because real life can be dark enough :)
    Thanks,
    Lori

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  42. It really depends on my mood. I enjoy both from time to time. I have to say I've never read one quite like this one so I'm very interested!

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  43. Yes, yes, and Jennifer, do you outline your stories, and if so, how extensively? Thanks the invite, Dianne -- haven't won anything for a L-O-N-G time. Make me happy!

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    1. Hi E. Michael Helms,
      Thanks for stopping by, and good luck on winning!
      As for your question about outlining...You know, I don't do any outlining at all. It just runs threw my mind like a movie. Most times I try to keep up and write it all down.
      Sometimes after I've written a chapter or a paragraph... I had absolutely no idea what was going to happen. Then I just sit back and say... WOW, didn't see that one coming! LOL! ;)

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  44. I enjoy my paranormal on the dark side but do read both. Thank you for offering the giveaway!

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    1. Jackie,

      Your so welcome, thank you for stopping by and saying HI! :)

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  45. Only seven more hours until we see who the winners are...

    I'm so excited!;)



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  46. Well were in the last stretch...

    I want to first thank Dianne who has been absolutely amazing to me, and I cant thank enough for letting me have this amazing opportunity to have this give away on her fabulous site! Thank you!!!
    For everyone who stopped by and said Hi and for all who entered the give away... thank you so much. It has been a remarkable journey for me and its all because of you!
    Now last but not least, who wins bragging rights, dark or light paranormal books?
    So I've come to the conclusion... drum roll please...

    Everyone Wins! YaY!

    Most people like both dark and light paranormal. Some preferred dark, while other enjoyed light. But you know what I think, all of us who read the paranormal books despite what are favorite is... we rock!
    So lets all brag about it! LOL! ;)

    You all are amazing so I'll wrap this up now by saying, I wish you all the best of luck on winning, and thank you all once again for making this an amazing book give away!

    And remember... Come and be part of the invasion!

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  47. I like it on the dark side.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  48. I like mine on the light side - especially if I am reading when going to bed.
    thank you

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