Linda: HELLO! (waves maniacally) Linda Robertson here! If you’re a fan of the SFF7 blog, you may recall I used to occupy the Wednesday slot… and I am delighted to be visiting my old stomping ground – would that be stomping blog? Blogging ground? – either way, I’m happy to be here.
First, allow me to thank the SFF7 for allowing me to visit, and especially to Veronica for allowing me to take over her day. HUGS & CHOCOLATE!
I am just SOOO excited to tell you about this anthology of Paranormal Fantasy Romance. The gorgeous cover below was even a featured reveal in the USA Today Happily Ever After blog this past Thursday. I’ve provided story summaries at the bottom, so be sure to keep scrolling and check out that line up! WOW! I’m giddy to have a story among such talented authors! The kickstarter is going live soon – Monday Oct. 1st – so please, help keep the buzz about this anthology going. On Monday, follow the link at the very bottom to the Once Upon website where links to the kickstarter should be live, and consider backing Once Upon the Longest Night. There are wonderful backer prizes and incentives, too, but first, here’s that gorgeous cover:
The longest night. A vampire’s delight.
The winter solstice, a time of birth and rebirth, life and death, waning light and rising darkness. A time when those who flee the sun and crave the taste of blood find their greatest solace.
But one never knows what the longest night might hold.
Once Upon the Longest Night, a collection of adult paranormal romances, features nine novelettes of lovers and their battles against one of the greatest legends of our time: the vampire. A 15th-century seaman and the love of his life come face to face with a vengeful manjasang. In ancient Rome, a hunted priestess captured by a loyal centurion offers her aid to the enemy. With the help of a handsome Royal courier, a reluctant Romanian princess braves the curse flowing within her noble blood. Danger awaits when a vampire in the far reaches of North Dakota must endure the lethal cold to protect the woman she loves. And in a future New York, a broken general returns home for the Longest Night Ball where he meets a young male witch who might change his life forever.
This anthology combines vampire mythos and affairs of the heart with the sacred symbolism and magic of the winter season.
Sit back and let us tell you a tale. Welcome to the Longest Night.
Ercula is weary, tired of fleeing, considered a monster by the Romans. But the Solstice is sacred to her goddess and she will worship at the forgotten shrine, whatever the risk.
The centurion who captures her has other plans.
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