Sunday, June 28, 2009

Sundown International: Collection is released

This is a collection of the second group of novellas I wrote in the Sundown series for Changeling about a thousand years ago. Okay, about four years ago, but this is the Internet, and four years might as well be a few millenia.

When Reaver finds a girl so shocked by demon possession she can't speak, he doesn't expect her to be the best demon fighter he's ever seen. But before he can give in to what he never knew he needed, he's got to figure out who she is... and why the hell he wants her so much.

Sofie's trying to solve a vampire murder. Problem. Her new partner's utterly irresistible, but he asks far too many questions. Finn can't help noticing for someone who doesn't believe in the paranormal, Sofie goes to extraordinary lengths to avoid full moons, silver, and any mention of lone wolves.

When Paige wakes up with the worst love-bite of her life, there's only one person she can turn to for help -- her old friend Jamie. Rafael's never been shy about taking what he wants, and right now, Rafael wants Paige -- and Jamie, too.

For Chloe, human interaction is an absolute disaster. It's tough to form a meaningful relationship when you have the dating skills of a praying mantis. Alexius is about to find out when a siren says you look good enough to eat, she's really not joking... Fortunately, Alexius has a few tricks of his own up his family tree.

Sundown Investigations -- where all our operatives give every case that extra personal touch.

This collection includes the previously released novellas Never Leave Me, Duty and the Beast, Unholy Trinity, and Maneater.
A couple of these won awards, I think--Never Leave Me was Best Book of the Year for RRT Erotic and Unholy Trinity was Joyfully Recommended by Joyfully Reviewed. One has to keep track of these things, y'know.

I've been working on a book trailer for Sundown International, but my computer has chosen this week to throw a hissy fit and complain it doesn't have enough memory to work on image files. Or even to defragment (I know, enjoy the logic of that one). So it may be a while coming. Meanwhile, there's an excerpt here from Never Leave Me, the first of the four novellas in the collection.

Meanwhile, I have to work out where City of Lust is going. I mean, I know how it ends, I just don't know how to get there.

There should be a Google Maps for this sort of thing.

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