It's one of those books that you will never shake, whether people love the story or hate it, because it's so personal to me. I adore Caleb as no other hero before, and Emma is a force of her own. It's strange because to me, they are very real people -- even if they only exist on paper.
I should warn everyone, however, that Emma is no Rhiannon. She's young and naive and wants to believe there is good in this world (no matter how bitter she may seem at times). The trilogy also becomes notably dark in the second story, but I hope that it's something people enjoy and return to.
So if you're interested, be sure to check back Friday. I'll be offering links to all the places you can purchase the e-book. Of course, the print version is also available at The Wild Rose Press and Amazon. There is also time left to enter The Book Vixen's contest to enter to win a copy of Dead, Undead, or Somewhere in Between AND/OR Crimson Moon. You can head on over by clicking the button on the sidebar.