Category: Books

Cleveland Author Event June 25

Posted April 28, 2016 by Anne Mercier in 2016, Anne Mercier, Books, Rockstar Series (ages 17+), Teaser, The Way Series, Truths Series (NC17) / 0 Comments

Anne will be at the Cleveland Author Event in June – come out and meet her.  Event information is available on their event site and they have an Author/Reader Facebook page.

Anne loves meeting her readers and hanging out with them.  A book pre-order form is available.  Come out and meet Anne and some of your other favorite authors.

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Rockstar Series Cover Reveal

Posted July 8, 2015 by rockstar024 in Amplify, Anne Mercier, Blush, Books, Cover Reveal, Falling Down, Interlude, Rockstar Series (ages 17+) / 2 Comments

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Check out the awesome cover design by Sara Eirew.  Not only did she design all these beautiful covers for me but she is the photographer of the photo on the Amplify cover. The models on the Amplify cover are Rachael Baltes & David Santa Lucia.

Interlude releases tomorrow July 9th.  I will post the links as soon as I have them.

A big thanks to Give Me Books for doing the cover reveal today.

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Enter to win 2 signed paperback sets of Falling Down, Blush & Amplify  at


Thank you all for your continued support.




Upcoming Books…

Posted May 14, 2015 by Anne Mercier in 2015, Anne Mercier, Books / 0 Comments

TENTATIVE LIST – Most definitely NOT set in stone.

Whispered Truths (Truths #1) – June 11
Interlude (Rockstar #4) – July
The Way Back To Me – August
Ballad – Ben (Rockstar #5) – October
Discovered Truths (Truths #2) – November

You can find information about upcoming books here, on the website, and on Goodreads (



Posted February 19, 2015 by Anne Mercier in Amplify, Books, Rockstar Series (ages 17+) / 0 Comments

Amplify Available NowIT’S EARLY AND IT’S LIVE… My belated Valentine’s day pressie to you all. Enjoy!
It’ll be $1.99 until MARCH 1… then the price will be $2.99.
If you’re unable to suspend disbelief and escape to the Rockstar Land of Fiction, then this book probably isn’t for you.
As with all the Rockstar books, this book contains mature content and is inappropriate for persons under 18 years of age.
This story contains grief, loss, sadness, darkness, light, happiness, angst, swearing, explicit sex, graphic violence, new beginnings, and soulmates.
I recommend listening to the playlist whenever possible to get the full effect of the story. You may need tissues.
He’s my protector, my confidante. Then one night he became more. I want him, I need him, and, if I’m honest with myself, I love him. I just don’t know if he’ll ever see me as more than what we’ve always been: friends. I don’t want to lose him but it’s getting harder and harder to keep my feelings to myself. Should I risk it all or play it safe?
She’s my light, my saving grace. The night we came together I knew I could never live without her. I want her to be mine: my lover, my friend. Maybe, if I can get her to see past all the reasons why we shouldn’t be together, she’ll be my forever. It just might be time to turn it up and go for broke.


Book Blitz, Release Day Blitz, and Blog Tour Signup Links!!

Posted February 10, 2015 by Anne Mercier in Amplify, Anne Mercier, Books, Rockstar Series (ages 17+) / 0 Comments

Hi Everyone!!!
Below are the links for the book blitz and blog tours via HEA Book Tours, PR & More​ and FMR Book Grind​/ FMR Book Studio​
The book blitz and blog tours are for Authors and Bloggers, please sign up for these events through the below links.
Thank you so much for your continued love and support of the Rockstar series!
Hugs and love,
Anne xoxo

February 17th

February 22nd

HEA BLOG TOUR AMPLIFY: March 9th – 13th


April 12th


FMR BLOG TOUR INTERLUDE: April 27th- May 1st



AMPLIFY EXCERPT – Coming Feb 22nd

Posted January 21, 2015 by Anne Mercier in Amplify, Anne Mercier, Books, Rockstar Series (ages 17+) / 2 Comments

AMPLIFY EXCERPT – Coming Feb 22nd
Sera’s POV

We walk into the kitchen just as the tea kettle begins to whistle.
“Perfect timing.”
He nods once and walks to the stove, turning off the burner. He pushes down the lever for the toaster and prepares my cup of tea. I head over to the little alcove rather than the table and sit on the window seat. I’d love to curl up here with a book… or just look out the window.
The ocean is angry today, the waves white-capping and frothing with fury. I wonder what fueled its anger today. I know all about anger. Anger is what’s kept me going the past twelve years. Without it, I’d have given up. Well, in truth, I did give up for a little while…until I found that anger.
Then I was able to focus and do what needed to be done. Just get through life until I could find my parents’ killers. I haven’t forgotten and as much as my parents tell me I should let it go while I dream, I can’t. Someone took them from me, took their lives so senselessly, so brutally, and then walked away without a thought. I grind my teeth and watch as a bird lands on the sand, picking at a dead fish. Irony, or my parents with a message?
“Here we go,” Cage says and sets a tray next to me. He takes a seat on the other side of the window seat, crossing his legs like me and I grin. He’s huge… get your mind out of the gutter. I mean overall, not his naughty bits, but in truth that’s nicely proportioned.
I nibble on a piece of toast, looking at him with his black-rimmed glasses on, reading the newspaper. God, he’s so incredibly sexy. The glasses…oh, I’d love to get him under me while he’s wearing those.
“What?” he asks when he catches me staring.
I take a sip of my tea. Lemony and sweet just the way I like it.
“How tall are you, exactly?”
He smirks. “Six-four.”
I nod. “And how much do you weigh?”
I raise my brows. “Nothing but muscle.”
He shrugs a shoulder.
“You have to know that’s incredibly hot,” I say without thinking.
When he grins, I feel the blush staining my cheeks.
“It doesn’t matter what I think or know,” he replies, leaning forward running a fingertip over my flushed cheek.
“What matters then?” Generally, I only care what I think about myself, my body. I’m not really into the whole making myself look how society and men want you to look—not since I gave up full-time modeling.
“What matters,” he tells me, sipping his tea, “is what you think.”