Sinners’ Opera

RELEASE DAY! from Raven Tale Publishing!!

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This paranormal romance is a creature of a different ilk. Oh, yes, it is a vampire novel, but the vampires are the product of a blood borne pathogen that alters human DNA. Reviewers have called it “enthralling” and “riveting”. I hope you will check it out.


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AMAZON:  5 Star Review:

Cocktails and Books:  Sinner’s Opera is poetic and beautiful -a love story that touches as deeply as some of the most romantic classics. The story is sophisticated in nature, bringing with it a rich and tasteful air of sensuality. Its unique take on the all too familiar vampire novel is a welcome change, adding uncharted territory to a popular genre in need of some new ideas. The characters are brilliantly penned, every detail of their being painted like a beautiful picture, exposing their strengths, weaknesses and emotion. The main character of the book, Morgan, is a vampire that’s waited centuries for his one true love, the stunning Isabeau. He struggles to keep her safe from his dark enemies and from himself,
as he fights his thirst for the blood that runs through her veins. He’d risk everything to keep her safe – including his heart and his life.

This story drips with romance, wit and charm. It is addictive, exciting and grips you from the very first page to the very last. Morgan and Isabeau are characters that could be placed in the same category as some of the most famous couples in romance history – Romeo and his Juliet, Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy – and their romance plays out like one of Beethoven’s famous love letters.

As a sucker for anything that rings classical romance, this one drew me in and captured me. It ended with the hint of a sequel (and hopefully beyond). If that comes to pass, I can honestly say that I’ll be first in line on release day.