A nice, straight forward post today since it is the first day in the second week of my little Cranberry Blood Blog Tour, and I would like to give y'all another chance to get your hands on a free copy of the novel.
To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is become a member of this blog and leave me a comment. Yup, that simple. :-) Oh, and don't forget to leave your email address.
Competition ends on July 14th at midnight – 6pm est time. Winner will be chosen with the help of Random.org and emailed by me.
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Killing Vampires? Easy. Tracking someone? Simple. Helping, and protecting a Vampire slayer... Bloody hard work!
Thirteen years ago, Brendan Daniels made a deal with a psychic. In exchange for information on the whereabouts of a Rogue Werewolf, he promised to help and protect Sofia's granddaughter. Unfortunately, he had no idea what he was getting himself, or his Pack, into.
Nothing about Heather is simple, from her weird dietary needs to her life’s mission. The girl can handle herself, but the promise to protect her soon becomes a need, and one that he can't fully understand.
Vampire Slayer. Born Infected. Blood addict... but not by choice.
Heather Ryan is the most recent slayer in a long family line. Like all before her, she has spent her life searching for her ancestor, Marko Pavel, the Vampire her family has sworn to kill. If that isn't complicated enough, Heather is also a born "Infected", and to keep her from becoming insane or giving in to her darker side, she is on a very strict diet.
Grandmother Sofia has passed, so now it is up to Heather to take the family legacy into her own hands, all alone: or at least, it would have been, if her Grandmother hadn't sent a Werewolf to help her.
What is the irritating Brendan supposed to help Heather with? Sofia never told either one of them. But it doesn't take long for Heather and Brendan to find out that the Vampires have big plans, and that the fiends have waited a long time for them both.
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For anyone who is interested, I'm over at the lovely Chris Lange's blog today talking about why I have written a story featuring vampires and werewolves. I'd love for you to join me. :-D