Genre: Paranormal/Fantasy Romance
Publisher: Tirgearr Publishing
Date of Publication: 13th July 2016
Number of pages: 205
Word Count: 65,000
Cover Artist: Cora Graphics
When inquisitive antique dealer Cami Wilson learns she’s the revered offspring of an immortal mother and a mortal father, it’s not just her hybrid status that has her all flustered. The title comes with her very own super-sexy guardian.
Jaded immortal Joseph Carlisle has only one thing on his mind; his sworn duty to protect the hybrid from those who wish her harm. Anything else would be complicated. That is until they meet.
Chemistry sizzles between them but there’s a problem—the hybrid’s curse. Cami’s touch, skin to skin, proves near fatal to her and all immortals, Joseph included.
But the fated lover discover her curse is the least of their concerns when a friend’s deadly betrayal threatens to tear them apart forever.
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Abbey MacMunn writes paranormal, fantasy and sci fi romance. She lives in Hampshire, UK with her husband and their four children. She is a proud member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association.
When she’s not writing, she likes to watch films and TV shows – anything from rom-coms to superheroes to science fiction movies.
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Ideas pop into my head from all sorts of places, and when I least expect it. For example, I was asked during an interview about where my stories were set, (in the UK, where I’m from) and it got me thinking about my travels around the world, many years ago. Ping! a story came to mind set in Malaysia.
2. Do you have a dream cast for your book?
Ian Somerhalder or Aiden Turner would be perfect as Joseph, and for Cami, maybe Reese Witherspoon or Cameron Diaz.
3. How do you handle writer’s block?
I try to forget about it and do something fun with my family, or do something out of my comfort zone.
4. What inspired you to write this book?
I’d spent four years on another story and still wasn’t happy with it. I took some good advice from a writer friend who told me to leave it alone for a while and write something new. So I did, and just over a year later I got offered my first publishing contract for it.
5.What’s the hardest part of being an author?
There never seems to be enough time in the day to write down my ideas.