Hello all. It's Diane McEntire, back for another blog. I thought I would use my next blog times to showcase the series that brought me to this point -- The Watchers series.
Samhain Publishing blessed me with picking up Midnight Reborn in 2007. When it released as an ebook May 08, I was on cloud nine. I've learned a lot since then and heartfelt thanks go to my editor Beth.
Louisville, KY, where I was born and raised, is one happening city in April. There's the kick-off to the Derby festivities with Thunder Over Louisville (a HUGE fireworks show over the Ohio river) and parites/events that lead all the way up to the first Saturday in May - the Run for the Roses...the Kentucky Derby.
Wow, can you imagine...one year a record was broken. Over 800,000 people packed the waterfront and that was the count on only the Kentucky side. I got to thinking...man...what a vampire smorgasbord. Thus, The Watchers were born.
Kicking off the series is Midnight Reborn. A Watcher who wants only to do his job, but when a woman steps off a bus and onto the city's streets, that job gets a little harder.
After suffering years of abuse as the virtual prisoner of a drug lord, Robyn Andrews has had enough. A carefully planned escape is her only hope for survival. Her past nipping at her heels, she boards the first bus out of town and heads for Louisville, Kentucky.
Trigg is a Watcher with two missions in life. One, to hunt and eliminate Rogue vampires. Two, to be left alone. Yet he can’t bring himself to harden his heart against the petite woman who looks so lost standing in the rain. And when Robyn joins him in a battle against Rogues, the little spitfire shows the bravery of ten Watchers.
She’s someone special, someone he needs in his dark life. Someone he can never have. He’s vampire; she’s human. A future for them is impossible. But the past has a way of
catching up and changing destinies with deadly speed.
Warning: This book contains violence, spicy sexual scenes and erotic biting!
Look for it in ebook http://www.mybookstoreandmore.com/
and in print (amazon, barnesandnoble and borders)