Friday, February 15, 2013

Emily Kimelman -- Insatiable

Welcome Peeps! 
Today we have Emily Kimelman here to share info about her book Insatiable.
Emily's offering a one of a kind and incredibly unique gift to one follower on her Tour Blog.  Emily's hubby is a 3rd Generation glass blower and she's giving away this lovely hand blown Pint Glass.  
(Why do they call it hand blown when the mouth actually does the blowing?) 
I think this is a really cool gift.
If you agree, then pay attention to how win this lovely item.
In the comment box, leave a comment (complimenting her book is always a good way to go) and then LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS. 
You can spell out @ and dot to confuse spambots, but I can tell you from personal experience, without an email it's really hard to contact you.

And there's one more thing you can do to improve your chances to win this beauty.
Later on, I'll give you a link so you can blogstalk Emily wherever she goes on this tour. Leave a comment (and email) at each stop and your chances of winning  improve immensely.

Well, with that explained so un-succinctly, let me introduce 

Emily Kimalman


INSATIABLE is the third novel in my Sydney Rye Series of dark murder mysteries. This series feature a strong female protagonist and her canine best friend. It is recommended for the 18+ who enjoy some violence, don't mind dirty language, and are up for a dash of sex. Not to mention an awesome, rollicking good mystery!

INSATIABLE begins with private detective Sydney Rye living a simple, disciplined life in London, but when a dangerous man from her past calls, Rye finds she cannot turn him away. Robert Maxim explains that the daughter of a powerful friend has gone missing and he wants Rye to find her. In exchange he offers her something she had given up hope of ever having; freedom from her past.

With her dog, Blue, at her side, Rye meets up with her new partner, a handsome man she's not sure she can trust. Heading for Mexico City, they go undercover, posing as husband and wife. After meeting with the bereaved parents, Rye starts to sense that there is more going on than just a missing girl. But it isn't until they arrive in the Yucatan Peninsula, hot on the girl's trail in Paradise, that all hell breaks loose. Sydney has to reach out for help from old friends and deal with the consequences of her past, if she's going to find the girl and keep them all alive.




Around the next bend a chicken was in the road. Jimmy saw it and swerved into a rut to avoid it. It was a wild, out-of-control move and I grabbed at the door trying to steady myself. The Jeep jerked down and then up again as Jimmy powered us out of the ditch and back onto the road. "What the fuck!" I yelled.

"There was a chicken."

"Next time fucking hit the chicken!"

That's exactly what the guy in the black Jeep did. I turned around to see the feathers exploding with a mix of blood and guts against the guy's grill. He drove through the chicken into the shade of a tree and I saw him. I saw Blane. He was wearing wrap-around sunglasses - the kind douche bags think look cool. His mouth was a straight line, his face made of stone.

I rested my new gun on the shoulder of my seat and tried to steady my aim as we raced back past the Home Depot. Jimmy swerved around other cars, at times facing oncoming traffic, to further our escape. It was impossible to get a clear shot. I turned back around as we crested a hill and we could see the town below us.

Traffic became congested as we got closer to town. I turned around and saw that Blane was stuck several cars behind us. There was no way he could fire off any rounds with all these people around. We stopped at a red light and I waved to Blane. He raised a gun and I dropped down in my seat as I heard a window shatter. It wasn't our car but the one right behind us.



Emily Kimelman lives on a boat in the Hudson Valley with her husband, Sean and their dog Kinsey (named after Sue Grafton's Kinsey Millhone). Kimelman has a passion for traveling and spends as much time as possible in the pursuit of adventure.

Her Sydney Rye series feature a strong female protagonist and her canine best friend. It is recommended for the 18+ who enjoy some violence, don't mind dirty language, and are up for a dash of sex. Not to mention an awesome, rollicking good mystery!

Author Links:

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And as promised, 

and acquire more chances to win that lovely hand/mouth blown pint glass
When you reach blog site PAGE DOWN and your find her schedule with the blog links.


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  2. Wow, the book sounds seriously STEAMY. Just the way I like them. Woo Hoo!


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  3. Sounds like a good read.

  4. Loving the excerpt and the hand blown glass is just gorgeous!


  5. Love it. Hit the chicken. Oh course unless you're in the military, and then Uncle Sam pays for generations of chickens that chicken could've produced and the eggs they could of laid, and so on, and so on. I had a flashback to a briefing while I was in the Army that involved not hitting chickens. You made me chuckle.
    And the book sounds great too.
    Thanks for sharing.
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  6. I've nearly lost control of cars avoiding snakes in the road LOL I would've ran off the road for a chicken. Thanks for the contest, the pint glass is incredible :)

    Olivia Starke


  7. Me? I just run over things...or not. Cute little squirrels will jump out in front of me, I just drive on. I've actually never squished one yet. I'm just trusting their ability to dodge is greater than mine. As long as I remain predictably straight they seem to do okay with getting out of my way. I really don't think they are trying to kill us...but ever since I saw the commercial where they high five each other after they cause a wreck I've never been completely sure.

  8. Heehee...this sounds like fun. And you should always hit the chicken. :) Although, when you do hit a critter and hear/feel it bump into the bottom of the car, that's always a *cry* moment for me. I end up feeling like such a jerk!

    Then I go eat my cheeseburger and don't feel a drop of remorse for the cow.

    We're complicated creatures...humans, I mean.

  9. Very interesting cover.


  10. Wow, Blane is so mean. Poor innocent bystanders. Can't wait to see what happens next!


  11. Thanks for hosting INSATIABLE and to everyone who commented. I really appreciate you all taking the time!

  12. Very good points both pro and cons.

    Judy Peterson


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