Time and Blood
Historians in Atlantis inscribed a prophecy in The Great Book of Forgetting about a pair of phoenix whose union would change the future of all magical creatures. When the sea swallowed Atlantis and all her inhabitants, time forgot the people and this prophecy.
But one creature survived.
Rhea is a scarlet phoenix and the last of her kind. She escaped Atlantis with The Great Book and for over ten thousand years roamed the earth, grieved for her lost immortal beloved, and endured nightmares from her past lives. Today, she hears a familiar voice on the wind luring her to a new place. Rhea follows and hopes for the impossible.
She crossed millennia to find him.
Jean-Louis is a 250-year-old vampire in New Orleans. For fifty years, nightmares plagued him, and a violent wind haunted him whispering in a foreign tongue. In his dreams, Jean-Louis sees the face of a woman he knows and aches for but has never met. He feels her approach; however, the vampire senses a connecting malevolence waits in the shadows.
He risks his immortality to keep her.
An accident will bring Rhea into Jean-Louis’ arms. The shock will give new life to the ancient prophecy. But others whisper of the legendary phoenix and are hunting for Rhea. They must steal The Great Book and prevent any chance of the prophecy’s fulfillment. If they fail, the phoenix must die.
Together they battle destiny for the future.
Rhea will risk everything for love, even death.
When time and blood converge, blood must win
About the Author
Sherry Rentschler's fiction and poetry have appeared online and in print. She's a previous Assistant Editor, Amateur Poetry Journal (online), and a newspaper photojournalist. She lived in Italy, traveling around Europe, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, and Greenland.
Among her hobbies are all things vampire, plus dragon collecting, photographing trees, and dancing with faeries. She loves old movies, reading urban and gothic fantasies, fine wine, and consuming rich, dark chocolate. Rentschler is a retired USAF veteran and currently resides in North Carolina with her husband, also a retired USAF veteran.
Paper Bones, Rentschler's first poetry collection is a 2014 Global Ebook Awards Gold Medalist, a 2014 National Indie Excellence Book Award (NIEA) Finalist, a Readers' Favorite International Book Award Honorable Mention, a 2013 Best Cover Award Gold Medal Winner from AUTHORSdB and a Reader's Favorite 5 Star Review recipient. By Light Betrayed - Poetry of the Vampires is a 2015 NIEA Finalist, A Global Ebook Awards Gold Medalist and two time Silver Medalist, and also earned a Readers' Favorite 5 Star Review.
Her new release, Midnight Assassin - A Tale of Lust and Revenge, is an urban fantasy character novella. It marks the departure from poetry and the beginning of a future vampire series debuting in 2016. Recently awarded a 5 Star Review from Readers' Favorite International Book Awards.
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For the eighth day of Christmas I give you a great new read. The History Maker by Eamonn Hickson was released on December 4th. If you like romance with a twist then check out this book. I will post a review once I have had a change to read it. Personally, I am a bit in love with the cover. Isn't that green amazing?
THE HISTORY MAKER
Author: Eamonn Hickson
Pub. Date: December 4, 2017
Publisher: Eamonn Hickson
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Memories are our greatest link to the past. They are what we create in the present, and they can guide us in the future. Memories can define us.
Adam Fletcher has none.
A crippling car accident has pressed reset on Adam’s life, leaving the young man broken and lost. Britney, the woman who claims to be his best friend, tries to bring him back to society, while hiding the truth about her involvement in the crash.
Starting from scratch, Adam tries to make new memories. But, what use are memories if they are constructed from lies?
About the Author
Eamonn Hickson is an Irish author. He released his first novel, The History Maker, in December 2012.
He has undertaken a number of creative writing, and writing for print courses recently.
His second novel, Angel of Death, was released in December 2013.
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