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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Author Spotlight: Queen of Swords by Nina Mason

 
 

About The Queen of Swords, a paranormal tale of undying love

 
 
 
 


Author: Nina Mason

Publisher: Vamptasy Publishing

Heat level: sizzling

Formats: Kindle and paperback

Where to buy:


Paperback: http://smarturl.it/queenofswordspb

 

 

Blurb:

 

When Graham Logan, a Scottish earl turned vampire by a dark wizard’s curse, draws the Queen of Swords, he knows he’s about to meet the love of his life. For the third time. But surrendering his heart will mean risking her life…or making her what he is. Neither of which his morals will permit him to do. Graham, who believes he lost his soul to the curse, rages at God: Why give her back only to take her again?

 

Cat Fingal, the third incarnation of Graham’s twin flame, won’t let him escape so easily. As soon as they meet, she feels she knows him and begins having past-life flashbacks. A white witch, she casts a spell to summon him, wanting answers and to fill the void she’s felt all her life.

Graham has other problems, too. Like the seductress who wants him for herself and the dark wizard who cursed him and killed his beloved the first two times.

 

Will he find a way to save her this time around? Or will she save him?

 

Excerpt and related meme:

 
 


 


12th May. Visited Caitriona tonight for the first time since becoming a monster. She slept, unaware of my presence, & for a time, I was content simply to observe. As the hours passed, I began to wonder what might happen if she awoke to find me in her room. Would she think me a wraith? Would she think it a dream? Desiring to know, & to get closer, I sat down on the corner of the bed, alert for any stirrings. Seeing none, I crawled up the bed until I reached her side. Still she did not stir. Ever so carefully, I set my head upon the pillow next to hers. She slept on. Drinking in her scent, I felt contentment for the first time since fate & Fitzgerald tore us apart. I closed my eyes & must have drifted off, because next I knew, her arm fell across my chest. Startled awake, I found her blinking at me in disbelief.
I lay there, still as death, waiting for her to react. Her hand moved up my chest to my face. She dragged her fingers across my jaw, pressed them against my lips, touched the end of my nose, my eyebrows, my forehead. As she combed back my hair, she whispered: “This must be a dream. But you feel so real, so alive. I don’t ken how such a thing is possible; nor do I care. I only pray I shall never awaken.”

 I kept still. I could hear her heartbeat, smell her blood, but her blood was not what I craved. She set her head on my chest & started to sob.

 “Am I dreaming?” she asked, soft & low.

 “Aye.”

 She raised herself up, came over me & pressed her mouth against mine.

 “Can we make love in my dream?”

“Aye.”

 When it was over, I collapsed beside her, feeling so elated, so profoundly moved, I very nearly wept.

 She set her head against my chest. “Will you promise me something?”

 “Anything, m’aingael.”

 “Always come to me like this in my dreams.
 
 



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