I'm asked that question several times a week, and all I can say at this point is that I'm working as fast as I can while making sure I can produce the best possible product for you, my readers. In the meantime, make sure to check out my sneak peek's page where you can learn juicy tidbits to upcoming books!
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Welcome to Whispering Bluff, Tennessee.
Where the guys are hot. The girls are sweet.
And nothing is what it seems...
Flint DeLuca is sick and tired of moving. She and her dad have moved three times in the past year. But that's the life of a carnie. Even an ex-carnie like her. Her father swears this is the last move. All Flint wants now is to graduate from High School and put the carnival life behind her. Unfortunately, one of the two ain't gonna happen. So now not only is she back in the life she can never seem to get away from, she's also met this guy who pushes all her "I totally hate you" buttons.
Cain. No last name. Wears shades in school. Dresses entirely in black. And only speaks to her when he's insulting her. She hates him. Hates him. And yet... there's something about the Goth boy that draws her like a moth to flame. God, she can't wait to graduate and get away from Whispering Bluff, only problem is she's pretty sure her high school is infested by vampires. Cain might be one of them. And for some reason, she seems to be on their menu.
Sometimes High School really sucks...Author's Note:
For those of you who are new fans of Forbidden, did you know that the series that started it all was actually my Night Series that I wrote as RS Black? Beginning with Crimson Night. I've gotten a few emails lately asking me if I was going to go more in depth into the carnival world, the answer is yes, I already have. smile emoticon The Night universe is huge, and if you follow all the books from Crimson Night to Forbidden you'll see a lot of crossover characters. So for those of you who didn't know, now you know. :)
But be warned, where Forbidden is much more teen friendly, Night is definitely adult territory. You've been WARNED. :)
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