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Only a few days left until the July 29th release of In Still Darkness! Woohoo!! In Still Darkness is my Immortal Guardians novella (Book 3.5 in the series) that was originally published in the Predatory anthology.
If you aren't a fan of anthologies, this is your chance to read Richart and Jenna's story as a solo ebook. :-) And be sure to drop by my Facebook Page next week. I'll be giving away some cool Immortal Guardians goodies to celebrate the release! Keep an eye out for my Release Day post here on my blog, as well, because it will include a giveaway, too. :-)"Readers will appreciate the rich characterizations and the kick-butt action of Duvall's In Still Darkness, as Richart d'Alençon, a 200-year-old Guardian, woos charming Jenna McBride with warmth and passion."
Thank you, everyone who joined me on the Summer Reads Blog Hop! The winner of a signed ARC of Night Unbound is . . .
The winners of the Grand Prizes have not yet been announced.
Darkness Rises + Immortal Guardians swag. The contest ends July 27th, so enter today! You can do so HERE.
Contains a Teaser of Night Unbound!
It's time for Favorite Quote Friday! In honor of the upcoming release of In Still Darkness, I thought I would give you another peek into its pages. If this is your first time hearing about it, I'll just preface this by telling you that Richart is a powerful immortal who can teleport, and Jenna is a single mother who is working to put her son through college.
In the next breath, Richart appeared in the living room. He wore his usual vampire hunting togs: black shirt, black pants, long black coat, daggers and throwing stars in every loop and pocket and sheath. Smudges of blood adorned his upper lip and chin, as if someone had punched him hard enough to break his nose. His eyes glowed a vibrant amber. His features, when he caught and held her gaze, bore an intensity that sucked the breath from her lungs.
“What happened?” Jenna asked, closing the distance between them.
Looping an arm around her waist, he yanked her to him and claimed her lips in a long, passionate kiss.
Jenna forgot everything as fire burned through her and every nerve ending sprang to life. Forgot the blood on his chin. Forgot the weapons weighing him down and poking her as he pressed her against him. Forgot her son.
By the time Richart raised his head, she was as breathless as though she had just run the 400 meter relay.
Richart looked over her shoulder and nodded abruptly. “John.”
“Hey,” John said, sounding stunned.
“Excuse us, please.” As soon as Richart finished the husky proclamation, he whisked them to his bedroom in his home.
I can't wait until Tuesday! Thanks so much, everyone who has pre-ordered a copy!
Have a wonderful weekend!