Okay, I had to cut and paste this from the wonderful Krista Walsh’s blog because apparently wordpress.com and .org don’t talk to one another. Who knew. O_o In any case, you might want to add this series to your TBR pile.
Cover Reveal & Big IE News
You know how every now and again, there’s a book cover that stops you in your tracks and you have to take a moment to appreciate all the subtleties and nuances of the image? The little details that would have been so easy to leave out, but the cover artist knew what a difference it would make if they slipped them in.
That’s what Ravven has done for me with Shadows in the Garden Hotel. With a brief description of the character and story, she has pegged Allegra Rossi’s character so solidly that I can’t picture her any other way.
So, of course, I don’t want to keep her a secret any longer. Please meet the latest addition of The Invisible Entente.
*hands handkerchief to clean up drool*
Once you’re ready, feel free to check out the blurb for the story that’s coming your way on April 18th:
All Allegra Rossi needs is her beauty, expensive champagne, designer clothes, and enough souls to keep her succubus appetites satisfied.
Everything seems to be in place until a photo shoot at New Haven’s prestigious — and supposedly haunted — Garden Hotel sets her dreams for a perfect life crumbling. Not only has her handsome, charismatic boss captured her interest, threatening the careful restraints she’s placed around her succubus nature, but the hotel’s reputation turns out to be true. Worse: the specter has targeted Allegra as its next victim
If Allegra wants to stay alive and keep her heart intact, she will have to unleash her demonic instincts to shed light into the darkness before the shadows consume her.
What I thought would be my most challenging story of the series has easily become my favourite, and I look forward to sharing it with you.
Even better, I look forward to sharing it with all of you, even if you’re not a Kindle user.
That’s right. As of today, The Invisible Entente series will be leaving the Kindle Select program and migrating to other distributors, including iBooks, Nook, and Kobo, as well as Amazon. I wanted to give it a solid effort, but the fact of the matter is I hate excluding people.