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Upon a Midnight Quarrel by Kayden McLeod | JAGUAR Book Tour | Silver Dagger Tours Paranormal Romance

JAGUAR by Kayden McLeod is on virtual book tour and stops at Readeropolis with an author guest post and excerpt. The paranormal romance is ...

JAGUAR by Kayden McLeod is on virtual book tour and stops at Readeropolis with an author guest post and excerpt. The paranormal romance is available now.

Upon a Midnight Quarrel

I am thrilled to share a little bit about some of the characters in Jaguar. There is more than one threat the main couple must encounter. Along with their friends, they will battle to be on top.

The supporting characters of Jaguar are just as important as the main couple.

Katrina’s best friend Lola, is the comic relief, the antithesis of Kat. She has a surefire wit, and an unique view of the world. Syber is Kalvyn’s right hand man, his advisor and friend. He feels protective of the willowy woman. This relationship weaves a tight friendship among the four.

On the flip side, we have Bianca and Sadie. Kalvyn took them in as orphans. Bianca is a conniving, selfish being, who clawed her way to the top, and into Kalvyn’s bed. However, Kalvyn saw her for what she was: a bully. He broke up with her, but didn’t cast Bianca and Sadie out. The women plot to regain their foothold, regardless what Kalvyn wanted.

The dynamic distracts them from the very real threat in the wood. At the very edges of society is a group of people who know what Kalvyn and his friends are. And they are on the way to wipe them all from the face of the earth.

by Kayden McLeod
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Life seemed so normal before I met the perfect guy. Then everything changed. 

Sun, swimming and camping is the picture perfect vacation for Katrina. She needs a break from what has become her everyday life. She meets Kalvyn, tall, dark, with captivating green eyes. The attraction is instant, highly sexual, skittering on the edge of dangerous. In her heart, she knows there is something about Kalvyn he isn’t saying. When strange sighting of wild cats in the campgrounds, her life falls to shambles, and she has nowhere to turn. Kalvyn tries to protect her, but what man can protect the woman he loves, from himself?

Kayden McLeod is a paranormal and fantasy author, who dreams big, and writes bigger. She gets her inspirations from all manners of life and events that surround her. She is best known for her paranormal books, the Coven Series. Now, she embarks on new adventures in the dark world of Shadowdyn, found in the pages of the Demon Queen Series. As well, she has started to write her first YA fantasy books under the name Kinsey Knight.

She is an award winning Cover and Graphic Artist, and the co-owner of Otherworlds Publicity. In the past, she's completed cover art for a variety of publishers, although her freelance makes up most of her portfolio.

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I wiggled, and he purred. The power I had over him sexually, tantalized me. I soared far above the plaguing darkness, or perhaps, a different darkness. One filled with lust and need.
“You seek to torture me.” He sighed. “I merely teased you in return. How idiotic of me.”
“I think it’s a perfectly legitimate question.” I half turned, but his hands clamped down on my hips.
“Out of respect for my sanity, please stop moving.”
Not a chance.
“Why would you want me to do such a thing?” I licked my bottom lip.  
His eyes glittered dangerously, something wild and free moving behind them. “You know damned well why. Don’t act all innocent.”
I placed my hand over my chest in mock fluttering. “I don’t have the faintest idea what you’re talking about.” I shifted again, leaned back against his arm, and stretched my legs out in front of me, propped on the underwater bench.
He splayed his hands on the edge of the rub, and clamped down. “Naughty, very bad girl.”
Oh yeah, that’s the way to get me to stop. I held dominion over him, and I liked it. Loved it. This was right. He was mine. Primal instinct—or whatever you wanted to call it—rose up and screamed for release. Take him. He is yours.
He stopped breathing. “You’re staring at me.”
“I always stare at you.”
“Not like that.”
“And how is that, pray tell?”
“Like you’re starving, and you’re about to eat me.”
Now where had I heard that before? Oh yes, Lola’s description on how he watched me.

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  1. Best of luck with the book and book tour! I included the tour in the Sept. 18, 2018 edition edition of The BookTube Your Shelf Daily Reader:


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