Friday, July 28, 2017

Weekend Reads - Never Give Up On Love by Maggie Mundy


It's all about the pitch ~ Adele has found love with what she has been trained to kill

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About the book:
     Sometimes you want to die, but it’s not meant to be. Vincent became a vampire in 1847. He fights to keep humans safe from rogue vampires, but can never find love. One thing makes him go on and not find a way to die. The Soul Mate Tree saved his life with its shade and showed him a woman in the future who would need his help and show him love. He could be more than the bloodsucker he had become. 
     In 2015, Adele is a vampire hunter by night and a photographer by day. She has never allowed love into her life as it would only complicate things. Then she meets Vincent, and the attraction is instant.
     Vincent must try and convince Adele to love him while they both fight off rogue vampires.
     How will she cope when she realizes the man she has fallen in love with, is what she has been trained to kill?
 
 
About Maggie:
I live in Adelaide, Australia with my husband, one cat, two dogs and a snake. I have a motorbike that I would like to ride more than I do and I love walking at the beach and listening to the waves.  I've always loved reading all forms of fiction from high fantasy and paranormal to contemporary and decided the stories in my head needed to be written down. It was either that or start on medication. Unlike many, I didn’t know I wanted to be a writer until a few years back.  I started off doing a degree in drama but soon realized my love was in writing, though there is a play lurking somewhere on my computer. My day job is as a nurse in the operating room. I believe romance can be fun to read and write, but it’s exciting to spice it up with the uncertainty that comes with suspense where the rules can be broken
 
 
Connect with Maggie:

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4 comments:

  1. Thank you for featuring me on your blog.

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  2. Welcome Maggie!!!!

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  3. Excellent blurb! Best of luck with sales, Maggie :)

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    1. Thanks Jo. I loved writing Adele and Vincent's story.

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