Explores the charms and intrigues of hedge witch Chance Monroe.
Sapphire Blue Publishing
On Sale: December 9, 2009
Featuring: Randall Oakes; Chance Monroe
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Nearly a decade ago, Randall Oakes left hedge witch Chance
Monroe for dead. Now heâ€™s back along with her ex-lover,
Jack. The FBI wants Chance in protective custody, but
Chance knows it wonâ€™t be enough to protect her from Oakes.
Connected to the earth, Chance must rely on her supernatural
senses and her own wits to survive this game of cat and mouse.
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30 comments posted.
Re: Prime Evil
NPR this past weekend compared the difference between werewolves and vampires. I liked learning about translucency with vampires and that they select their victims kindof like a list made for grocery shopping.
(Alyson Widen 2:22pm November 16, 2009)
I love any type of vampire that looks hot and sexy!
(Lisa Glidewell 4:37pm November 16, 2009)
I don't know the types of vampires well, so I am with Lisa - hot & sexy.
(Mary Preston 5:44pm November 16, 2009)
I love them all, just keep writing with them!
(Diane Sadler 8:15pm November 16, 2009)
It amazes me how the image of the vampire has changed in a relatively short period of time.
(Rosemary Krejsa 8:19pm November 16, 2009)
Nice article on the evolution of the
vampire stories. It is interesting the
many variations that are out there in the
worlds built by authors.
(Patricia Barraclough 1:15am November 17, 2009)
I'm not by my books right now but I'm pretty sure that Sherrilyn Kenyon writes the style I like best. I prefer the stories with vampires start out as carpathians who fight for good and sometimes have to kill pure vampires to protect others. Those stories take you along on the carpathian's struggle to remain good and not turn vampire (which only happens when they feed on someone human or carpathian until death). I can't get enough of those stories although I enjoy nearly all paranormal stories whether they have vampires, were-species, psychics, or people with any other gifts/talents.
(Dawn Detkowski 2:45am November 18, 2009)
Trudge ahead, you're almost there!
(Lisa Glidewell 9:07pm November 20, 2009)
I know authors work hard, but I thought it would be wonderful to have stories in your head. Your own entertainment. I never thought about them all fighting to get out at once. Ouch! Good Luck.
(Theresa Buckholtz 10:49am November 21, 2009)
Wow! Great to know that you
are a published writer when
you start hearing all those
people in your head, if not
the guys with the little white
jackets might be right around
(Lisa Richards 9:11pm November 21, 2009)
I don't have stories in my head, I don't understand how authors get their books written.
(Brenda Rupp 12:28pm November 22, 2009)
I have stories in my head but don't write
them down. There are times when the
plots change, or I revisit them and try
them different ways. If I wrote them
down, they might stay the same.
(Patricia Barraclough 12:49pm November 22, 2009)
Wow! While I am not a published writer (or even anywhere near even attempting to realize that dream), I can totally identify with you. What's even worse is that I have a 2 year old daughter and 13 year old son and not only have the time or attention to put towards realizing that dream but I also have no way to do so until my husband gets me a laptop someday. Also, while I have one, my husband is rarely home because of his work and school schedules so he isn't able to even give me an hour to attempt to write (as if the stories would wait for whatever time I could allot to them LOL)! Oh well, someday...
(Dawn Detkowski 1:09am November 22, 2009)
By the way, I absolutely LOVE that you referred to all those stories in your head as puppies! That's a truly fantastic analogy!
(Dawn Detkowski 1:17am November 22, 2009)
I have so much respect for writers. I can barely put 2 words together some days.
(Mary Preston 2:14am November 22, 2009)
I'm always eager to write down those stories in my head, but when driving, I have to hold that thought for a bit. I mull it around and keep the essence.
(Alyson Widen 4:51pm November 22, 2009)
Puppies need lots of training. Is it possible to "train" your thought puppies to wait their turn by spending five or ten minutes with each? It might make 'long down stays' easier for you and them. Good training makes good dogs, and the more time you spend with the mental and emotional discipline of training, the better behaved the dogs are. If you can train your thought puppies to cooperate, it might make it easier to continue producing great books for the rest of us. Gotta laugh at the imagery, thanks.
(Susan Driskill 6:57pm November 22, 2009)
I woould love to read this book
(Allison Gardner 11:48am November 25, 2009)
like to give a gift to a friend of mine who lost her mother this year and who's father is in hospice.
(Teresa Roberts 10:26am December 15, 2009)
I'd like to give this to my sister. shes been just so busy with christmas this year that she has forgotten to stop and enjoy and I think this book could help with that
(Jennifer Mathis 11:42am December 15, 2009)
I would love to give this to my twin sister. She would love this book. She really could use a good book to unwind to as well.
(Cherie Japp 12:02pm December 15, 2009)
(Deb Soula 12:24pm December 15, 2009)
Happy Holidays all!
My sister is very picky about her reading, and this sounds just like the perfect book for her...
(Colleen Conklin 12:52pm December 15, 2009)
I think my daughter would like this book. Happy Holidays!!! Thanks, Sue
(Susan Hussein 2:11pm December 15, 2009)
My best friend would love to read these stories. She has spent much time taking care of her elderly mother and deserves a surprise.
(Gigi Hicks 6:50pm December 15, 2009)
My dearest friend would love this story. She is an avid reader and a generous person. This would be a wonderful gift for her. Thank you!
(Rosemary Krejsa 8:57pm December 15, 2009)
I would love to give this to my daughter. Happy Holidays!
(Lisa Glidewell 11:00pm December 15, 2009)
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
(Rebecca Booth 11:12pm December 15, 2009)
Merry Christmas, I would love to give this to my sister as she has been hectic all year. Thank you!
(Sharla Long 12:37pm December 16, 2009)
I have a very good friend that would love this book! She is th best and has been through a lot lately.
(Gail Hurt 1:27am December 18, 2009)
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