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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

{Blog Tour} E-DAY by D.T. DYLLIN -- with excerpt!

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Title: E-Day 
Author: D.T. Dyllin 
Series: M-Day #2 
Genre: Dystopian Romance 
Publisher: Tik Tok Press 
Cover artist: Lindsay Tiry 
Release Date: August 10, 2014

Synopsis: 
M-Day was the dawn of a brand new harsher world. A world where old lives could be left behind and secrets buried for good. At least that’s exactly what Tammie Miles had planned. But even with her new identity as Evo, she discovers that your past is never far. When a man from her old life tracks her down, will she risk everything to keep her secrets? Or will she finally learn that maybe even she can love the right man?

The Author
D.T. Dyllin is a Bestselling Romance Author who writes in both New Adult and Adult genres. She is a member of the RWA (Romance Writers of America) and also her local chapter, the MCRW (Music City Romance Writers).

 D.T. was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Black & Gold for life, baby!) She now lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and two spoiled GSDs.

X’s deep rumbling growl stopped me short. “I don’t give a shit about Max and Zee.” He dropped his head down to the side of my neck that didn’t have a bandage on it. “It went away—the crazy thoughts—after what happened between us. I felt normal for a while, at peace.” I stiffened when he drew his teeth over my skin. “I want to feel that again.” A strangled cry like he was being tortured escaped his chest. “Please.”
“I’m not going to let you bite me like some kind of fucked up vampire. Maybe someone else wouldn’t mind but—“
“I don’t want anyone else,” he growled, his voice going completely guttural. “I need you. Only you.”
My nostrils flared with agitation, and strangely enough I still didn’t feel afraid of X. Mostly I just felt like a virgin trying to keep a horny guy out of my pants, but instead I was attempting to keep his teeth out of my flesh. “I said no.” I shoved at his chest but it was like pushing at a brick wall.
“Please,” he begged, nuzzling my neck.
“I swear to God, Bo, if you bite me again I’m going to pull your teeth out with pliers. Rusty ones.”
“I’m not Bo anymore,” he spat even though he didn’t bother pulling his face away from me.
“Fine.” I rolled my eyes. “X—if you bite me again—“
Sharp fangs sunk into me with an audible pop. X groaned and pressed his body into mine. I pummeled his back with my fists. “No means no, asshole! You can’t have my blood!” Slurping sounds accompanied by another groan was my only answer.