Giveaway (US/Int): Regan Summers shares “The Rules According to Sydney Kildare”
One of the most interesting parts of writing is getting to know your characters, finding motes and shards of them over the course of weeks or months as you write their stories. Each scene reveals a bit more, until you’ve got their history, their thoughts, their hopes and their fears. They rarely turn out the way you expect them to when you first drop them onto the page and, on top of that, they evolve.
March 14, 2012
Review: Don’t Bite the Messenger (Vampire Courier #1) by Regan Summers
In Anchorage, Alaska, twenty-six year old Sydney Kildare is a courier for vampires. Born with a natural immunity to the vamps’ allure, she is the perfect woman for any job that requires a messenger, but that hardly means she’s safe. She unexpectedly finds herself caught up in a vampire turf war, and must rely on Malcolm, a sexy, mysterious stranger who always seems to know when Sydney’s in trouble, for help. But if she’s not careful, this last assignment may prove to be Sydney’s last… Don't Bite the Messenger is worth a look!
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