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Book Spotlight & Giveaway (US/Int): Check out the playlist that Edge of Darkness’s Ember and Christian fell in love to

Book Spotlight & Giveaway (US/Int): Check out the playlist that Edge of Darkness’s Ember and Christian fell in love to

by davincikittieDecember 4, 2013

Please help me welcome author J.T. Geissinger!

The playlist is the soundtrack that Ember and Christian fell in love to. I don’t listen to music while writing, but chose these songs as a musical expression of the feelings they go through during the span of time Edge of Darkness covers. From the atmospheric, flamenco electronica of “El Capitalismo Foraneo” that captures the modern sensuality of Barcelona, all the way to the final promise of devotion in “Unconditionally,” these songs perfectly capture the emotions of Edge of Darkness. (The Sonata For Solo Cello is the song Ember performed when she auditioned for Juilliard.)

Edge of Darkness (Night Prowler 4) by J.T. GeissingerSix years after a shocking tragedy left her emotionally and physically scarred, Ember Jones lives a life of quiet isolation in Barcelona. Determined to keep her troubled past a secret, she keeps her head down and her heart locked up tight. Until the day a beautiful, mysterious stranger walks into her life, and her carefully controlled world is shattered forever.

Christian McLoughlin is unlike anyone Ember has ever met. Wealthy, cultured, and utterly charismatic, he also has dark secrets of his own. They succumb to the undeniable pull between them and embark on a passionate affair, but things turn explosive when the truth about Christian and the reason he came to Barcelona is exposed. As their dark pasts collide, the two unlikely lovers find themselves caught in a web of danger and deceit that neither of them might survive.

The Edge of Darkness, where hunter becomes hunted, no one can be trusted, and love is the most dangerous game of them all.

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“You can’t seriously think Ian Fleming was a better writer than Ernest Hemingway,” Ember cut in, siding with Asher, who smugly pointed a finger at her as if to say, See? Proof!

Christian turned his attention to her and it felt as warm, focused, and bedazzling as a shaft of sunlight through clouds.
He tilted his head and sent her a small, intimate smile that managed to bring a flush of blood to her cheeks and unsettle her in a way she definitely did not like. God, he was starting to get under her skin.

He said, “I have three words for you, Ember.”

Ignoring the traitorous little butterflies dancing in her stomach, she cocked a brow and waited.

“Double. O. Seven.”
The way he was looking at her—hot and half-lidded—was intimate, too, and she sternly reminded herself that this man was in all likelihood very, very practiced at giving women intimate looks.

Remembering how he’d looked at her when he first came in the store yesterday, how his keen gaze had travelled over her plain clothes, her unkempt hair, she decided it was much safer having him look at her that way, than this new, disquieting, butterfly-stirring way.

Time to remind him he couldn’t melt the panties of every woman on planet Earth, even if her stupid butterflies wished he would melt hers.

In a light, mocking tone Ember said, “I hate to break it to you, but those are three numbers.” She crossed her arms over her chest and looked him up and down. “All beauty and no brains, hmm? Well, it’s not exactly a shocker. With that face, you probably haven’t needed to think too much.”

Seemingly not insulted at all, Christian drawled in a sensual purr, “Why, Miss Jones, was that a compliment? Did you just call me beautiful?”

He knew her last name. He knew her real first name. What else did he know about her?

Intrigued, in spite of the voice screaming in her head that she was an idiot, she replied a little too quickly, “Actually, I just called you dumb.”

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About author

Formerly a corporate information technology headhunter, J.T. Geissinger is a self-professed “book addict,” devouring everything from J.T. Geissinger Author PhotoStephen King to Stephen Hawking with abandon. As a child she dreamed of one day writing a novel herself, but it took waking up one cold January morning (deep in the clutches of adulthood) with a shiny new zero as the second number in her age to kick start her determination.

Her debut novel, Shadow’s Edge, was published in 2012 and was a #1 Amazon international bestseller in fantasy romance and romance series, and won Best First Book in the Prism contest for published authors. Her second book,Edge of Oblivion, was a finalist for the prestigious RITA® award from the Romance Writers of America for Best Paranormal Romance, and she is currently at work on book five in the six-book series, both slated for release in 2014.

Clowns, children, and housework frighten her. A native of Los Angeles, she lives there with her husband and one too many cats.

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J.T. Geissinger is giving away one $20 Amazon gift card giveaway (from the Amazon US site, but international entrants can enter and redeem) on today’s post!! To enter to win, leave a comment on this post letting JT know which songs from the list are your favorites then fill out the prize widget below. Good luck!

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Sue "DaVinciKittie" Brown-Moore is a veteran romance blogger and reviewer and the primary voice for Sue has been shamelessly pimping book boyfriends since 2010 and has won several blogging awards with GraveTells. Sue is also a freelance Developmental Editor passionate about helping authors bring out the best in their stories. She loves reading romance, fantasy, and sci-fi and edits any genre she reads for pleasure. You can follow Sue's editing blog, with tips and tricks for authors, at

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