Monday, July 29, 2013

Finally an update

So, I think I have another book written. I got through my chapter goal last night and am happy to see the word count ended up just over 74,000 when all was said and done. I'll go through the initial edit over the next day or two and then move on to proofreading. I'm thinking it will be ready for publishing around Aug. 15th.

If I haven't warned already, this book is quite a bit different from Nyx. I don't know what exactly I would call it, but it is a lot milder and probably a little more romancy.

Hear is the synopsis and cover that I'm currently working with. Both very well might change at some point within the next two weeks.

Calypso Tanis was a woman who lived on the run. After several centuries, she had all but perfected the art of remaining invisible. Starting a business with some newfound friends was a dangerous venture, but for the first time in her life she felt secure enough to try to settle down. Unlucky in Love, a dating service, was what the group came up with.

The name had nothing to do with their clients and everything to do with the owners own love lives. A few distinctive abilities from the group made it so the people coming to them for help always found their special someone, but the technique just didn't work on the proprietors.

Because of Callie’s past, she tried to stay behind the scenes and away from the studs looking for wives. An overbooking caused her to have to meet with their newest client and from the moment she saw him she knew something was wrong about the guy, which was too bad because he was really something to look at.

Griff Godwin was a man on a mission. He'd never be able to fully right a wrong he'd caused, but protecting the woman his actions uprooted was a good start. After hearing a rumor that she was in danger, the demi-god prepared for battle, something he had done many times in the past.

He'd been immune to womanly charms for years, but something sure started stirring when the two met face-to-face. Getting through the threat had to take priority, but learning more about each other along the way proved to reveal more than either of them expected.

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