As you will all by now, my publisher is shutting their doors at the end of this month. What does that mean for my books? Well, first it means that they will be available after that date but with the support of my creative team at Booktrope, they will now be self-published. Second, it means that there’s going to be new prices and promos – the first starting today with Relative Strangers and Death in the Family reduced to 99c (and equivalent in other territories). BARGAIN!!!
Meet Sophie Morgan… practical, Welsh, prone to occasional profanity, and seemingly a vampire magnet.
Sophie Morgan is 23 and has always done the right thing. She’s caused no stress for her family, worked hard through university, has taken a successful leap onto the career ladder and nurtured a reasonably healthy bank balance. It’s no small surprise then when mini-break to Antwerp, she pursues a pair of thieves who steal her friend’s bag. But this is only the start of her world being turned upside down. Sophie soon learns that vampires exist, her neighbors back home aren’t what they seem and new boyfriends can be found in the strangest of situations.
Relative Strangers is the first in a new vampire series with a distinctly British flavor, but which will appeal to everyone. Reviews call it “a vampire tale with bite”, with “brilliant characters that draw you in” and a very fresh take on the genre. Read it now to find out what reviewers are raving about
Barnes and Noble http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/relative-strange…/1120387053
Things are looking up for Sophie Morgan. She’s fended off vampires on a holiday to Antwerp, escaped them on her return home and stabbed her vampire sympathizing neighbor. Now she’s slowly trying to rebuild her life in her hometown of Bethel. Running the family property business may not be lucrative but she’s happy. Since returning to Wales, she’s only had to kill one vampire and thanks to the linoleum on her kitchen floor, even that was an easy clean up.
Then one rainy night Mickey Kelly, the missing barman she had a brief flirtation with in Antwerp, arrives on her doorstep with troubling news. His brother has been murdered and vampires are coming for her. And Charles Ferrers, Sophie’s former adversary, feels compelled to follow her to South Wales. What kind of connection do they have? Will a call to his duties as an enforcer for the ancient Byzantine family get in the way and what does an ancient manuscript have to do with our heroine anyway? Will Sophie and Mickey finally consummate their relationship and where will it lead them? Or will another new man in her life be more significant than she thinks? This time Sophie has bigger problems than vampires to deal with. This time she has family visiting
Barnes and Noble http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/death-in-the-fam…/1121225301