Sometimes love gets hairy: Shifted In Seattle by Lisa Medley #PNR #Romance @lisamedley



Shifted in Seattle

by Lisa Medley


GENRE: paranormal romance





No one’s ever captured a Sasquatch.

Until now.

Sasquatches have roamed the Pacific Northwest for centuries, hiding in the wilds of the northern territories and protected by the Lummi nation.

When Seattle author Ethan Lane’s secret is exposed after a first date with Ruby Parsons goes wonderfully right, then horribly wrong, he’s faced with betraying his clan or losing his only chance at true love and a normal life.

Sometimes love gets hairy.







 With friends like this… excerpt:


“Ruby! It’s him!”


Ruby Parsons peered around her iPad at her roommate Claire, who bounced excitedly on the opposite end of the couch. “And who would he be?”


“Listen to this Daveslist “Near Misses” ad:


H.P. Lovecraft: Stand-Up Comedian – m4w (Annex Theater) – Seattle


Tuesday night, after the show, you and I flirted while in line for the bathroom. We agreed that even if the staff had to clean up a blood sacrifice, the place was still nicer than the streets below.


You smiled at me as you took off, but there was no chance for me to get your name.


Buy you a drink sometime? We might as well enjoy ourselves before Cthulhu rises…”


Ruby scrambled across the couch and stuffed herself into the crack between Claire and the cushioned back for a look at the ad.


“It’s Cthulhu! Your Lovecraftian lobster,” Claire said, handing over the iPad for her to see.


“You have got to quit watching Friends reruns.” Ruby read the ad. Her heart hammered in her chest, and a blush of heat covered her face and neck. It was him. Too many exact details not to be. Still. A classified ad? In “Near Misses”? It was so…seedy. Wasn’t it? What kind of people posted ads like that, or worse…responded to them? “Listen, I met the guy for like thirty seconds in line for the bathroom.”


“And then reread The Call of Cthulhu even though you practically have the thing memorized and went on and on and on about him and his hipster beardedness for weeks. Weeks!” Claire snatched her iPad out of Ruby’s hands then launched off the couch and into the swinging papasan chair. She began typing furiously on the tablet.


“What are you doing?” Ruby asked, concerned.


“Answering him, of course.”





AUTHOR Bio and Links:


Lisa has always enjoyed reading about monsters in love and now she writes about them, because monsters need love too.

She adores beasties of all sorts, fictional as well as real, and has a farm full of them in her Southwest Missouri home, including: one child, one husband, two dogs, two cats, a dozen hens, thousands of Italian bees, and a guinea pig. 

She may or may not keep a complete zombie apocalypse bug-out bag in her trunk at all times, including a machete. Just. In. Case.


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Lisa Medley will be awarding a Sasquatch Swag Pack: a Bigfoot of chocolate, Jack Link’s Squatch sticks and Shifted in Seattle bookmarks to a randomly drawn (U.S. only) winner via rafflecopter during the tour.

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8 Replies to “Sometimes love gets hairy: Shifted In Seattle by Lisa Medley #PNR #Romance @lisamedley”

  1. Love the title of your post, Jacquie!!! And I love romantic suspense, so I am glad I hopped over her from Goddess Fish to enter this giveaway on your blog. I am now following you.

    For Lisa, I am a ‘cover girl’. Sometimes I will grab a book just by looking at its cover. Other times I know I miss a good book because I see the cover and I don’t look any further (me bad). Who has the final say over your covers and how much input do you have?

    sherry @ fundinmental

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    1. Hi Sherry, thanks for the comments 🙂 I am indie published so I put this cover together then sent it to Jaycee at Sweet & Spicy Designs to beautify. The big foot for the I in Shifted is my favorite part, lol. Hope you’ll give it a try 🙂

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