TREACHERY . . . Something the powerful Vampire Lord Raphael has seen far too much of lately.
RAGE . . . An emotion that, left unchecked, can burn like the fires of hell.
REVENGE . . . A dish that philosophers claim is best served cold.
It’s been months since the powerful French vampire Mathilde used Raphael’s arrogance against him and nearly succeeded in taking his life. His fury has grown stronger with every day since, fed by new bloody incursions onto North American soil by the Europeans, while vampire politicking has forced him to wait. But no longer. Someone has attacked his home, killing vampires, threatening Cyn. They’ve taken it one step too far, and Raphael’s tired of waiting. His enemies are about to discover that revenge can taste damn good when it’s hot, too.
I’ll be at the Emerald City Writers Conference in Seattle, on October 13-15, 2017, and at their PASSPORT TO ROMANCE event which is open to the public. And I’m happy to say that KATO is one of four finalists in the event’s cover contest, thanks to YOUR votes! Yay! Thank you!
I’ve been working on two things this week … the second Vampire Vignettes Anthology, which be out in December, with your favorite Vignettes, plus several brand new stories. That’s almost ready to go off to my editor. And then there’s QUINN, Vampires in America #12. The story takes place almost completely in Ireland, and I’m using everything I learned during my recent trip. It was fabulous!
There was some construction going on at my house this week, so I escaped to the movies. I saw KINGSMAN: The Golden Circle. Just me and two other people on a Thursday at noon. The movie was lots of fun. Good action, a lot of humor, and great music.
My contractor finished (yay!) and it’s late here anyway, so it’s time to write.