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About the author:
Sharon wrote her first contemporary romance novel while homeschooling her youngest son. After several long distance moves and eventually becoming an empty-nester, it was finally time to get busy editing that book. That was about 5 years ago.
All was going well - until she had the most vivid dream ever; a dream that inspired the Ravenswynd Series, and a whole new genre: Paranormal Romance, or as she likes to call it - Romance with a Twist.
Sharon is a member of Romance Writers of America, the author of 2 blogs, and somewhat addicted to social networking. Now living in a small town in Wisconsin, she is currently editing the 4th Ravenswynd novel, and hopes to one day re-write and edit that elusive first book - still safely tucked away under her bed.
Sharon Ricklin Jones
There's a legend...about a party...hosted by vampires. An event so exclusive - the invitation is by word of mouth - with strict rules that must-be-followed. So what happens when your best friend is invited and practically begs you to go along with her?
You go, of course!
Stepping over the edge of darkness and deep into the secret world of vampires, twins, Elizabeth and Melinda discover that their friend, Fiona was right: the legend is real.
Everyone's having fun at the masquerade party, but
all Elizabeth wants is to get through the night
and return to her charming
new love interest. However, as the evening
grows ominous, chances are, they may never
get home...Melinda is getting drunk, Fiona's
gone missing, and a nightmarish clown is
stalking Elizabeth. And even more terrifying
- this sinister vampire thirsts for much more
than what's flowing through her veins.
Instead of a carefree evening of dining,
dancing, and drinks - there will be danger,
there might be hard decisions, and there
may be despair.
But...there definitely will be blood.
- Publication Date:
- 1482094665 / 9781482094664
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Romance / Paranormal