July 01, 2012

Burned

Burned
Book 1 of the Revenge in Vein series

Jennifer Blackstream

Skeleton Key Publishing


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He came for revenge . . . and she was waiting.

7 comments:

  1. That's a line to make me sit up & take notice. Fabulous.

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  2. That's a zinger line if I ever heard one!

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  3. You are all so kind! I have to say, I enjoyed writing this short story. Revenge is always more fun with a twist . . .

    BTW, if the link to my website isn't working, I sincerely apologize. I had to transfer my domain name and it was supposed to only take twenty-four hours. I had no idea my website would be down this long :( Rest assured, I'm trying to get it up again as soon as possible. When it is up, I hope you will stop by and take the Typo Challenge. All participants will have a chance to win a $25 B&N or Amazon gift certificate--and I pick a new winner every month ;)

    Jenny

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  4. Definitely grabs my attention - in a good way:)

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  5. I am pleased as punch to say that www.jenniferblackstream.com is finally up and running again. Whew, that wasn't a fun wait.

    You have all had such kind words for my precious logline. I hope I'll be able to come back and do this again for the next book in the series, Mastered. It went on sale on the first of July, but it's never too late to get some feedback, eh?

    Warm regards,

    Jennifer Blackstream

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  6. If I can bend your ear a moment more, would anyone mind giving me some feedback on the blurb for Burned as well? Here it is:


    For almost two hundred years, the vampire Aldric has waited for a chance to get revenge on the sun goddess, Saule. Once a loyal servant of the sun, he traded his soul for eternal life after his prayers for the goddess to save his village went unanswered. When he receives a letter from the queen of the dark faerie, it seems almost too good to be true. Saule has taken a mortal form and is being held prisoner in the Unseelie Court. The eccentric queen invites him to her sithen, eager to have a front row seat for Aldric’s vengeance.

    The sight of a golden-haired mortal Saule, naked and bound in silver chains, is almost too delicious for Aldric to bear. His plan for retribution is as erotic as it is carefully planned. Intent to get every drop of pleasure from the revenge he’s waited so long for, he forgets that the sun in its simplest form is a giant ball of fire. And when you play with fire, you risk getting . . . Burned.


    What do we think? Does that make you want to read the book?

    Jennifer

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