Sinners of Water & Fire



Their love was legendary, cursed, and forbidden.
The fates conspired to keep them apart, but destiny will bring them together again…
When one of their own becomes the target of a demon bent on revenge, the Society will do anything to keep her safe, including stealing a God from the Heavens.
Heru, son of Geb, once sold his soul to forget her, and now he’ll give anything to keep her safe.
Gods and Demons collide in the final installment of Charity Parkerson’s award-winning “Sinners” series.


“I dreamed about you last night.” Heat flooded her face at the confession. She knew it must be the shade of a strawberry, but she lifted her eyes to his, holding his stare steadily, as if daring him to mock her words. For a moment, she could have sworn a look of triumph passed over his face, but it was gone as quickly as it appeared.

“What was the dream about?”

Marissa had thought that it was impossible to be any more embarrassed than she already was, but at his question, she discovered a whole new level of humiliation.

“Um,” she stuttered before admitting, “I don’t want to tell you.”

“Oh,” he crowed. “It was that kind of dream, was it?” While his eyes were shining with mirth, her face was on fire, and she really wanted kick him.

Shut up,” she hissed.

“Ever as you command,” he said, but she could still hear the laughter in his voice.

Fanning her face, Marissa practically danced in place in her discomfort.

“Are you having some sort of fit?” Adriana, Marissa’s mom, asked, slicing through her mortification.

Marissa had not heard her approach and she shot a nervous glimpse at the tree line to find Harold gone.

“I was attempting a spell.” Marissa answered Adriana’s question absently while searching for any sign that Harold was still hanging around. When her mom remained silent, Marissa glanced over to find her watching her closely, and she pasted a fake smile on her face in order to ease her mother’s obvious concern.

“Okay,” Adriana said, drawing out the word and sounding as if she didn’t believe her, which was a spot-on observation, since Marissa was lying.

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About the Author:

Charity Parkerson was born in Tennessee, where she still lives with her husband and two sons.  She is the author of several books including thirteen Amazon bestsellers. You can like her at Be sure to visit her at  and you can read her blog at

Her “Sinners series” was voted one of the top ten best books by an Indie author in 2011- Paranormal Romance Reads

Her book “The Danger with Sinners” was named “Best Book of 2012” by Paranormal Reads Reviews and is a finalist for Favorite Paranormal Romance in the 2012 Australian Romance Readers Association Awards.

She was named as one of the top three Indie authors of 2012- EbookBuilders

She is a member of The Paranormal Romance Guild, is a Goodreads moderator, a member of Coffee Time Romance, and co-host of The Melissa Craig and Charity Parkerson show.

She won author of the week in August of 2011, and is a four-time winner of The Mistress of the Darkpath.

You can follow her on Twitter @

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Please welcome guest author Rosie Amber. She recently asked me some questions on her blog and now she is answering her own on questions here. 
Rosie Amber
Where do I live?
Hampshire, England.
When did I start writing?
As a child, but more recently last year.
3 Tips for writers or authors;
1. Write about what you know to start with.
2. Don’t be afraid to self publish
3. Children love technology, they are the future book buyers and they will buy e-books.
What was the last book that I read? I’m currently reading “After the Fall” by Charity Norman. It starts with a family emigrating to New Zealand, one of the children has suffered a terrible fall whilst sleep walking and the police are about to investigate. Each character wants or expects something different from their new life. I don’t know if they will survive or go back to England!


When the police have been seen at school on the second day of term, fighting breaks out amongst parents and gossip about individuals threatens to spiral out of control, can Mrs Hardy, the Headmistress at Moortulk Primary keep control for another school year?
Sophie Grey lands a self-made job where she is in a prime position to hunt out the inside story. Is this an idyllic English village school? Or is it on a par with St. Trinians?




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Rosie Amber was brought up in a beautiful Hampshire village; she is married and has two children. She combined her love of writing with a desire to embrace social technology. Talk of the Playground evolved from a spark of an idea from her experiences as a parent in the school playground. Rosie had fun writing the book and hopes it makes you chuckle and brings laughter into your life.


Join Rosie on her blog where she reviews books, talks to guest authors, joined The Very British Blog Tour 2013 and is taking part in the April AtoZ Challenge 2013.


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Sinners of Water & Fire review

Sinners of Water & Fire review

I was lucky to receive an ARC of this book. It is the final book in the Sinners series and I have really been looking forward to reading it, but also dreading it because it’s the last one in the series. I was not disappointed; this was the best Sinners book the author has written and a perfect ending to the series.
The author kicks ass with this book where the gods come out to play and old friends reappears. The author and the fates wield their powers and leave surprises in their wake. Some of the scenes were so hot that I considered going outside to take a roll in the snow. I highly recommend this book to everyone.

I have to share one of my favorite lines from the book:
Must. Not. Pet. Strange. Men. She reminded herself sternly. 😉

I look forward to to reading the new series that the author is working on.

Author interview with Kevin Swarbrick

Check out this awesome interview with author Kevin Swarbrick.

Romance, suspense, & chocolate

PassionThe Santa Monica Pier has been here for more than a hundred years. There’s an amusement park with a Ferris wheel and the historic carousel. There’s an arcade for the kids. There’s even a trapeze school. But today I bring author Kevin Swarbrick here to browse through the aquarium where we can talk about his books.


One of the things I noticed about both books, Louie Has Landed and The Second Encounter, is your ability to write openly and honestly about a personal relationship. Whether it was the sexual encounters or the hilarious dialogue at times, most people are reluctant to share those kinds of personal moments, was there ever a time when you said, “Whoa, I’m not sure I can go there?”

I didn’t give it much thought to be honest when I was writing them. They came from the heart and I’ve always worn my heart on my…

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