Falcon and Angel: It’s Complicated
Shimmering waves cresting against white sands…a lullabye for the senses as a warm breeze caresses my skin. Sounds like a plan, but more like a dream.
It would be a dream, if I could sleep.
At 3:00 a.m., when inspiration is both a blessing and a curse, I
don’t want to quibble over who gets the Stradivarius, or who gets Angel. But I
can’t sleep when Angel is talking. Her British accent is clipped in emphasis
each time I close my eyes. Leave her hanging over a cliff while I get 40 winks
(well, 2 winks, to be exact)? Not on her watch. Angel is no angel.
Like any young woman, Angel hasn’t yet discovered all her talents as she
rounds the corner in my head…and bumps into Falcon.
Angel’s lips quirk into an amused moue and she leads him away out of
Falcon. He should have known better than to think this assignment was going to
When I started writing my debut paranormal romance Falcon’s
Angel I had no idea Angel’s world was so complicated.
il Dragone, a devil-worshiping cult has been after her
family for centuries.
Her family…well…it’s complicated. A mom with special
powers, a dad who comes from an ancient Roman line of vampire hunters, and an
uncle who…let’s just say he is contemplating becoming immortal for love.
Our story starts with a meeting between Falcon and Angel.
They need each other, just don’t know it yet. With any luck they’ll soon find
out it’s a matter of life and death.
The rest of the family is counting on it. Read an excerpt here.
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