Monday, September 12, 2011

Darkest Hunger


Several folks have asked about the cover for Darkest Hunger (formerly Dark Hunger on a Killing Moon). Well, here it is. The book will release tomorrow at Loose Id and is the second installment of the Desires of the Otherworld series. While different than Eternity and a Day, the story does have a few returning characters.

Here's the blurb:

Temptation is always made worse when you long for the forbidden...

 
Vampire King Bridon Walkyr has waited centuries for the return of his Chosen. Yet instead of the docile and fragile human he anticipates, his beloved has been reborn of the very race that wishes to destroy his kind. Unwilling to lose her a second time, he travels to the mortal realm under a guise to intercept his mate and challenge fate.

Lycae Princess Willow Miloradovic lives under the strain of a preordained destiny she has yet to commit. From the time she could conceive of right and wrong, she has been told she will bring about the downfall of her pack. For her Fated is not only her enemy, he is the very ruler of the blood drinkers they detest. Intentionally guided into the trap Bridon has placed, she has special instructions from her alpha -- kill the vampire king and sever their connection.

When Bridon and Willow clash, sparks will fly, passions will ignite, and enemies will become lovers. Unfortunately, with a killing moon on the rise, their union can signify only one thing -- death.

I hope you enjoy the story! For those who have inquired about Byron and Elsa, I will be doing their book. I just have to wrap up other projects (*cough* The Ripple Effect *cough*) first. Don't forget to check back later this week when I give away a few books and some swag!

6 comments:

MamaKitty said...

I can't wait to read this one!

Scott Romanski said...

Sounds great! Do i need to read Eternity and A Day first, or can I read this standalone? :)

J.A. Saare said...

Thanks, MK!! ;)

Scott, it can be read alone, although you might grasp the world a bit better if you read the first. I did my best to inform (and include a mini dictionary) the reader of the different realms so an explanation isn't necessary.

Scott Romanski said...

cool. thanks Jaime

Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalking Queen of the Undead said...

Just purchased my copy. I loved book 1 so I'm eager to start this one (only two books ahead of it on my crazy train of books to read). The cover turned out great.

J.A. Saare said...

Thanks, Michelle! I hope you enjoy it. The book is shorter than Eternity and "glossier" than The Renfield Syndrome but it was fun to write. :)