Yesterday Christine Rains revealed the cover to her 5th book in "The 13th Floor" series, the first one featuring two of the tenants. And what a beautiful cover that is! If you like paranormal romance, give this series a chance. It's worth it: amazing characters, new approach, surprising writing style!
By now, I've read the first book in the series,The Marquis - which by the way it's free, so go and get it!- and the second one, The Alpha.
If you want to know more about Christine's new book visit her blog or read the blurb:
Blurb: Having fallen for her gorgeous neighbor might not be so bad if Harriet McKay wasn't in her hideous banshee form every time Kiral saw her. Such is her curse. True, he's a vampire struggling with a drug addiction, but he's a good soul. Yet no one could love a cursed witch, especially one not even her cats respect.
After having a vision of Kiral's death, Harriet makes it her mission to save him. Never before has she attempted to change fate, but so strong is her love.
How can Harriet convince Kiral to see past her vile appearance and return her love? If only she can force him to listen to reason coming from a raving crone, perhaps she can save him from the demons hunting him and from himself.
March 19th prompt - green barley
the clear morning dew
washing the green barley fields -
a pheasant's first cry
March 19th prompt - shoe
morning walk through parks,
not noticing the spring wind;
horse shoe on my path
* in Romania the horse shoe is supposed to bring good luck to those who find it. In March, in Romania women receive some traditional trinkets, called "Martisor" ([mərtsiʃor]) which are supposed to protect them from evil and bring good luck to the person who wears them. The horse shoe is very popular because of the superstitions around it. The read and white string accompanying a March trinket is supposed to bring strenght and health.