Monday, November 21, 2016

Eva Gordon's CHERNOBYL WEREWOLF Release Blitz w/Special #Giveaway

Lev is a mysterious Russian Werewolf & Rachel could be his mate
Meet Lev & Enter for a chance to win 
From Eva Gordon
Chernobyl Werewolf 
*Series Name: Team Greywolf and Book 2
*Book Author: Eva Gordon
*Release Date: November 18, 2016
*Publisher: Eva Gordon
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*Genre: Paranormal romance/suspense
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Doctors Without Borders, Rachel Becker, M.D. survives Ebola and near death at the hands of Boker Haram terrorists. While recovering at her estranged father’s home, she meets Lev, a mysterious handsome Russian. Their chemistry is immediate—sizzling. Who is this sexy man? And why is her father upset by his visit?

Lev Volkov, born near Chernobyl, is a powerful mutant werewolf. Team Greywolf’s lethal weapon. Lev visits Dr. Howard Becker and meets his beautiful daughter. Rachel is Howard’s secret. A woman with the Stallo genetic marker, a human with desirable yet addictive blood. Forbidden. Nonetheless, his wolf fights to claim her.When a rogue pack tries to kidnap Rachel, Lev will stop at nothing to kill them all. But the oath breaking werewolves make things much harder. Will he save Rachel - his mate - in time or will he lose everything?

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Eva Gordon writes genre bending paranormal/fantasy/steampunk and historical novels with a strong romantic element. She loves to create stories that combine her passion for mythology, steamy romance, and action/suspense. Her imagination takes her from one universe to the next. Thus far, she has several series lined up as well as single titles waiting in line for production.
Eva has a BS in Zoology and graduate studies in Biology. She once taught high school Biology, Environmental Science and Anatomy/Physiology. When not in her den writing, she can be found at steampunk conventions, at work at the raptor rehabilitation center, wolf sanctuaries, or to satisfy her inner Hemingway on some global eco-adventure.

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To Celebrate Book Two in the Hot TEAM GREYWOLF's Second Book - CHERNOBYL WEREWOLF,

Eva Gordon is giving away one eSet of 
International where allowed
Ends December 5, 2016 @ 11:59 PM


  1. How on earth can you make a choice between vamps and werewolves??? They're both so hot!

    1. I like them both and actually my werewolves are very vampire-like, since they enjoy a certain type of blood and the alphas can compel humans. Not to mention sensing the true from a lie.

    2. I like them both and actually my werewolves are very vampire-like, since they enjoy a certain type of blood and the alphas can compel humans. Not to mention sensing the true from a lie.

  2. Hi everyone. If you are a night person I would date a vampire, but if you are outdoorsy day person go with a werewolf. ;-)

  3. I am more inclined to read werewolf books, but if I come across a good vampire book I will read it. So this was really a difficult choice to make. My thanks to the author for giving us all a chance to win.

  4. It is so hard to choose between the two, but I have found that I almost always choose shifters over vampires. When it comes to choosing between a man who eats his meat bloody or just has blood to eat...well, there's really not much choice. I'm a Southern belle. We believe that a man's heart is connected to his stomach, and part of that stomach must be bribed by our great cookin'. A vampire just can't be bribed that way, so I would always be left feeling inferior since he didn't like my cooking. :)

    1. Hi Michelle, you can always bribe a shifter with a juicy steak. ;)

  5. Werewolves are hotter. It's that fur coat they wear all the time. Jeez, what an easy question! :-)

  6. I like the werewolf vampire combo.

    1. My werewolves do a enjoy a sip of warm human blood. Actually their saliva has a sedating factor so a bite feels rather nice.