Happy New Year to all! I hope everyone had a safe and sound holiday season.
I’m kicking off the new year with an announcement and a reveal.
First, the announcement: The Meadows is out on audiobook–available on Audible, iTunes, and Amazon, and Whickering Place will soon follow. The ultra-talented Elizabeth DeVault is narrating, and I’m not exaggerating when I say she is ah-maz-ing!
Now for the reveal. Here is the new cover and blurb for Nocturne House, the third and final book in the Legacy of Darkness series. It’s not up for pre-order yet, but it will be in the next week or so, and I’ll let you know as soon as it is.
I love the cover. I think it’s my favorite of the three, and a special thanks goes out to Stephen Lee Designs for his expert graphics and design.
Here’s the blurb–and for those looking for Avery’s return from Book 2, she’s not in the blurb, but she’s in the book!
Ex-priest turned demonologist Hunter Massabrook had given up on ever finding his wife, Laura. After over a year of searching, he’s shocked to learn she’s in a New Orleans hospital, using a different name. But the woman in the hospital bed barely looks like his wife. Worse yet, she’s obsessed with her devotion to another man and her memories of the life she’s lived in a place called Nocturne House.
As Laura relays the story of her disappearance and the people responsible, she also reveals her connection to a dangerous cult known as The Colony—a group that forges their hold on Laura and others through psychological strongholds, supernatural entities, and all-too-human wicked intentions.
To make matters worse, Laura can’t break away from the man who initiated her into the cult, and she longs to return to her life at Nocturne House. Hunter soon realizes that Laura’s ties to the house form simultaneous bonds with her heart, mind, and blood.
In the final suspenseful installment of the Legacy of Darkness series, supernatural and human evil collide in a tale about the power and danger of living outside society’s expectations and the relationships that can ruin or redeem us.
Have a sparkling weekend!