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Monday, June 27, 2011
MONDAY COVERS IT. Faith V. Smith's, IMMORTAL JUSTICE.
Welcome! Mondays are all about book covers here at A Writer’s Mind so sit back and enjoy learning more about the ‘story’ behind some top-notch covers.
This week it’s my pleasure to welcome over extremely talented author, Faith V. Smith to chat about the cover for her latest release, Immortal Justice.
From Faith’s lips to my blog…
“I chose this cover because I wanted something edgy, hot, and something that would show what Darach MacRath did as an immortal executioner. Cover artist Tamra Westberry delivered! It’s pretty much a melting pot of different scenes in the book. We went without a face so readers could put their own interpretation of Darach’s description from the words in the book. No, no rewards, but I am considering entering the cover.”
Sky here. Ah! Another fantastic cover by the fabulous Tamra Westberry! I could certainly see this winning some awards.
Let’s learn a bit more about IMMORTAL JUSTICE…
Over a millennium ago, Highlander Darach MacRath was murdered. Resurrected by the Archangel Michael to fight demons as an Immortal Executioner, Darach now opposes all evil in the mortal world. His life is solitary—but when he rescues a young woman who not only sees demons but battles them herself, he is captivated by her courage and beauty. Abigail Dupree is not looking for love. But when a tall, dark demon fighter with a sexy brogue intervenes in her hunt, she’s fascinated. She should run away—but then his gentle yet sizzling touch ensnares her heart. When a demon from Darach’s past sets his sights on Abby, Darach will do anything to protect her—but for Abby, losing him would be worse than death. Together they must fight the demons of past and present, and the possibility that evil could destroy them both, before they find the gift of love.
A little taste...
“Ye willna be needing a weapon, I will protect ye.”
His statement irritated Abby, but at the same time a part of her was just a tiny bit thrilled. It seemed immortal or not, a man always had the attitude of protecting the little woman—whether they needed it or not. Of course to be fair, he had saved her butt from the demon, but he needed to know she wasn’t some frightened babe in the woods.
“I beg to differ. If I’d had a knife I could have done some serious damage, and besides, you can’t protect me twenty-four-seven, Darach.”
“Ye will be protected at all times, Abby.”
“You’re missing the point. Maybe I don’t need a keeper. I have managed to take care of myself for over…” Abby decided he didn’t really have to know she was over thirty. “And what about when you’re asleep? You do sleep don’t you?”
Darach frowned, but answered, “Aye, I do sleep, but ’tis usually during the daylight hours. However now I will be sleeping at night in your bed with ye.”
Be sure to swing in Thursday morn as the hero and heroine from IMMORTAL JUSTICE join me here at A Writer’s Mind for the End of the Week Character Blowout! I can tell already that I’m going to be drooling over hero, Darach MacRath. *Winks*
Award-winning New Hampshire native, Sky Purington writes a cross genre of paranormal/fantasy romance heavily influenced by history. From Irish Druids to Scottish Highlanders many of her novels possess strong Celtic elements. More recently, her vampire stories take the reader to medieval England and ancient Italy. Make no mistake, in each and every tale told you'll travel back to another time and revisit the romanticism history holds at its heart. Sky welcomes feedback from readers and can be contacted at Sky@SkyPurington.com.
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