Alistair is the last of the Shrivers, the Church’s elite core of confessors. An emotionless killer, he confesses and executes his marks without mercy.
Raised in an atmosphere of luxury and wealth and a member of the Lilith brood, Saryl wants for nothing more than a night of freedom from the stifling rules of Stygian etiquette — until she meets a dark and lethal man from the mortal realm…Her executioner.
Something goes terribly wrong and now as danger closes in on all sides, the forbidden attraction between Alistair and Saryl proves hard to resist… A passion that could doom them both.
Available ONLINE and in your local bookstore 11/20/15.
Cover design by Jennifer Munswami of J.M Rising Horse Creations : )
Between my revisions for Infernal Shriver, I started reading Echo, Mine a novella by Georgia Lyn Hunter and I was pleasantly surprised because I usually prefer to read full length novels. In this little gem, I discovered Echo and Aethan a magnetic and magical couple whose love defies death, demons and the occasional intrusive friend (lol). What i like most about this novella was the couple’s chemistry. Echo and Aethan’s love story is so beautiful full of a anticipation, angst, and mutual desire. Aethan is the epitome of an alpha male and Echo is feisty and independent. Together they make a killer duo. I also enjoyed the passion in Ms. Hunter’s writing. I could tell she took care to mold and develop her characters with little details and traits here and there.
Echo mine is an interlude in Echo and Aethan’s relationship and Absolute Surrender is the full lenght novel which I have since latched on and so far I must say it only gets better.
Get your copy of Echo, Mine and Absolute Surrender today:
Absolute Surrender: http://Absolute-Surrender-Fallen-Guardians-1-ebook/dp/B00Z742YJY
Between revisions and feeadbacks from my betas for Infernal Shriver the second novel in the Stygian Chronicle series, I’ve been reading an awesome novella titled Echo Mine by Georgia Lyn Hunter which I’ll be sharing my review with you very soon. All I can say right now is get a copy if you haven’t purchased one yet.YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED : ) I also wanted to share Infernal Ice’s first cover on the August Issue of Inks and Scratches, a great online magazine spearheaded by the one and only Diana Dixon and a very talented staff including Jennifer Munswami Of J.M Rising Horse Designs, my wonderfully talented book cover designer. Stay tuned for my the next post.