Hope everyone who celebrates had a FABULOUS Thanksgiving. I ate way too much and didn’t dare brave the Black Friday sales. I’m just a wuss like that. Unfortunately, NaNoWriMo was a bust, but once things settle down I’m going to stage my own little CherrieNoWriMo. Or something. I’m bound and determined to crank out these books I’m working on, but it just isn’t happening in November. As I pondered here before, who in the world thought November was a good month for this? Oy. Anyway, I’m not losing too much sleep over it. Although I highly admire (and am admittedly a little jealous of) the authors who won this year. That’s an amazing feat and they should be proud. I know they are–I sure would be!
Now, onward to the point of this post (and there is one, honest). We have a blurb for Far from Heaven, and I just set up its book page here at the site. April will be here before we know it! So I’m getting everything in order. Look for excerpts once we get through more of the editing process; I’d hate to post something and then have to make substantial changes to it or delete it altogether. Probably unlikely, but ya never know. ;-)
His love could damn her soul…
Ashemnon’s demonic hunger for Madeleine Dean’s pure, vibrant soul has tormented him throughout every lifetime she’s lived on earth. Now, thanks to her desperate father, he has a blood-tight contract in hand. Soon, her soul will belong to him.
All her life, Maddie has been haunted by strange occurrences, hallucinations and increasingly intense nightmares. As her ex-boyfriend walks away, she can almost hear the pieces of her life falling around her. And then she falls—literally—into the arms of a stranger who’s the first and only person to understand.
Ash meant to pluck her soul, not sweep her off her feet. Yet the moment they touch, the temptation to seduce her again and again is more than he can resist. Despite the risk, he finds himself succumbing to her charms. And, impossibly, falling in love.
Then Ash learns the reason it’s taken centuries to get to this point: He’s not the only one with a claim on her soul. Heaven and Hell are in a tug of war—and Maddie’s the rope. Control wrested from his hands, Ash can only wait for her to make a choice that will damn one soul to Hell…or damn her own.