Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Driven by Eve Silver Giveaway

Back cover blurb:
In the harsh Northern Waste where human life is worth little, ice trucker Raina Bowen has learned to keep her eyes open and her knife close at hand. She’s spent her life on the run, one step ahead of the megalomaniac who hunts her. All she wants is to stay out of trouble and haul her load of grain to Gladow Station—but trouble finds her in the form of a sexy stranger called Wizard. He has the trucking pass she needs, and she has to drag him out of a brawl with the very people she’s trying to hide from in order to get it. She may have rescued him, but Raina’s not foolish enough to see Wizard as anything close to helpless. He’s hard and honed and full of secrets—secrets that may destroy them both. As they race across the Waste, trying to outrun rival truckers, ice pirates, and the powerful man bent on their destruction, Raina’s forced to admit that trouble’s found her. And this time, there’s nowhere left to run.

National bestselling author Eve Silver has been praised for her “edgy, steamy, action-packed” books, darkly sexy heroes and take-charge heroines. Her work has garnered starred reviews from Publishers Weekly and Library Journal, two RT Book Reviews Reviewers’ Choice Awards,Library Journal’s Best Genre Fiction Award, and a nomination for the Romance Writers of America® RITA® Award. Eve also writes books for teens; RUSH is available now from Katherine Tegen Books. Eve lives with her husband, two sons, an energetic Airedale terrier and an exuberant border collie/shepherd.

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Giveaway Information

There will be a Tour-Wide Giveaway to one winner for:
  • 1 eBook of Driven by Eve Silver
  • 1 $10 Gift Card to Amazon or Barnes & Noble (Winner's Choice)

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Raina had a fleeting impression of dark hair spilling from beneath his hood before he ducked his head and climbed up the side of the cab. She stepped back to let him in, unfastened the catch-seam of her own parka and hung it on the hook behind the driver’s seat.
 She led the way into the small living quarters that backed off the driver’s cabin. She felt awkward having him here. Gesturing to the plasma screen set into one wall of her rig, she spoke over her shoulder, babbling as she tried to cover her discomfort. “I can track six satellites, and over four thousand channels. Used to be seven satellites, but I think an orbit decayed.”
     Her companion made no reply. It appeared that he wasn’t interested in small talk. Fine by her. She wasn’t particularly adept at it herself.
     She snatched a pile of microdisks off the plastitech chair, clutched them against her chest, and looked around for somewhere to put them. The chair was the only place to sit other than the bed, and she wasn’t about to offer him that. Hazarding a glance over her shoulder, Raina checked just to make certain he was still there. Her breath skidded to a stunned stop.
     He was right behind her, his tall frame a hand span away. Up close, with his hood thrown back, the catch-seam of his parka undone, Wizard didn’t look helpless at all. A day’s growth of beard shaded the chiseled plane of his jaw, and his full lips were drawn into a hard line. He looked dangerous, self-assured, frightening. Not a man who’d needed saving. 
Hugging the microdisks like a shield, Raina tipped her head back and met his eyes. Slate gray. Cold. She swallowed. What the hell had she been thinking to bring him here? He wasn’t some lost puppy who needed a warm place to sleep.
She blew out a slow breath.

As if sensing her discomfort, Wizard took a step back.


  1. Romantic novel writings are so totally different from in their style and prose from anything else that I have read.I wouldn't become a real fan and read it all of the time but I now know wht so many women enjoy this wqriting. think my mate will really enjoy this. anything else

  2. I used to go over the road with my truck driver ex. Truck stops make for some interesting characters.

  3. Thanks for sharing the excerpt and the giveaway. Sounds like a really good book. evamillen at gmail dot com