Dreading the prospect of losing her position on the Vampire Committee,
is forced to integrate with the
mortal population. She hasn’t stepped outside since her husband died nearly 40
years ago and the thought of being treated like the 17-year-old she resembles
frustrates her. But when she discovers that Ben, her hot & sexy driver’s ed
teacher, is blind, she gives into temptation and flirts. She never expects to
fall in love. Victoria
Ben knows he shouldn’t get involved with
his student. But something compels him toward her. She makes him feel young,
alive, and more importantly, whole. Victoria
Victoria would love nothing better than to have Ben as a mate, but fears he wouldn’t want to be blind forever. As she struggles to keep her identity hidden from him, an old acquaintance of Victoria’s turns up and is willing to do anything to win her love, including disposing of her boyfriend.
When I set out to have the cover made, I went to Maria Zannini because I really liked a lot of her covers. Plus, she’d done a beautiful job with my postcards.
I wasn’t sure what to expect. I’m not the best at conveying what I want, since I usually don’t know what I want. But she came through wonderfully and I couldn’t be more pleased.
Now I just have to figure out when to release the book. Or whether or not I do a pre-order. I don’t want to risk putting too much pressure on myself by setting a date and then not meeting it.
I’m pathetic, aren’t I? J
Onto what I read last week. Yes, I finished reading a book. Finally! Really got a good start on my goal of 90 books, huh? Haha! Yeah, I’ll REALLY be surprised if I reach that number by the end of the year. Anyway, here’s what I read:
Jan 5: “The Discarded” by Brett Battles, the 8th book in the Jonathan Quinn series, a suspense/thriller. Blurb on back of book: He thought his final assignment would be simple. Transport a package from
Japan to .
But for Amsterdam ’s
mentor, Abraham, the job was not at all like he expected and ended up haunting
him. Seven years later, Quinn and Orlando know something is up when Abraham
asks for a favor. At his age, he should be sitting on a beach, enjoying his
retirement, not working. After he tells them of his search for the last package
he ever delivered, they help him unravel the truth, but soon realize they can’t
simply look for answers. They must also protect the package, no matter the
cost. I still love this series. And I especially love the end! If
not for work (and other stuff), I would have read this book in two days, for
So… Did you get snow yesterday? We did. And now the arctic air returns. Brrr… Grrr…