A Hunter's Blade, Six Sentence Sunday

Six Sentence Sunday

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Also check out Romance Writer Sara Walter Ellwood for six sentences from January 7 contemporary Western release, Gambling On A Secret (book 1 of The Colton Gamblers)

I received my release date for A Hunter’s Blade. It will be available January 2.  Yes, that’s right 5 days before Gambling On A Secret. I have a feeling January will going to shape up to being one very interesting month as I promo two books, not only from different genres but also published under different names.

This is from Chapter 3. Last week we got Austin’s response when he saw Brigit for the first time. This shows how their first meeting went down. Can we say some fur flew?

“Not so fast, puppy.”

She faced him with her hands fisted at her sides. “You think because you’re one of Lucas Pomeroy’s pet bats you’re so much better than the rest of us.”

He smirked and set his glass on the bar as he said, “You do  know I can’t turn into a bat, don’t you?”

She rolled her eyes, and he chuckled, infuriating her further.

“I follow a different code of ethics, you could say, than most of the damned and undead.”

Releasing January 2, 2013 from The Wild Rose Press

Brigit Wolfe, a born werewolf, hasn’t killed a human in over a hundred years, although now, she wonders if the animal attacking people in Silver Creek, Colorado, isn’t her. But she might have bigger problems when her cowboy neighbor, Austin Calhoun, ambles into her bar. Austin hasn’t been a vampire for long, but he is determined to prove to himself that he’s worthy of his hunter’s dagger. Brigit’s rare beauty and blade-sharp tongue enchants him. She ignites a passion he thought was dead, but is she the killer his master sent him to destroy? During Austin’s investigation regarding Brigit’s involvement in the deaths, an old crime surfaces connected to her human best friend. These two immortal enemies have to join forces to solve the mystery before someone else dies. But can they survive the heat of their own desire?


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