Monday, March 30, 2015

Of Blood and Sorrow by Christine Rains

By Christine Rains

Erin Driscol works the perfect job consoling fellow demons by feeding off their grief at Putzkammer & Sons Funeral Home.

When fledgling vampire Nicolas Reese comes to Erin for help, she learns the truth behind the legends and hides him from his sire and the vampire hunters who seek him. But when the Putzkammers begin to die one by one, Erin is caught between her act of kindness and the need to save her adopted family. Only by facing her own personal demons can she stop the slaughter and still rescue Nicolas from his dark fate.

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About the author:
Christine Rains is a writer, blogger, and geek mom. She's married to her best friend and fellow geek living in south-central Indiana. They have one son who is too smart for his parents' own good and loves to pretend he's Batman. Christine has four degrees which help nothing with motherhood, but make her a great Jeopardy player. When she's not reading or writing, she's going on adventures with her son or watching cheesy movies on Syfy Channel. She's a member of Untethered Realms and S.C.I.F.I. (South Central Indiana Fiction Interface). She has several short stories and novellas published. Of Blood and Sorrow series is her first urban fantasy novel.

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You can also find Christine on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Goodreads.

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  1. I have a friend who would love this...but I'm not a fan of this kind of book.

  2. Congrats again, Christine. Can't get over how pretty that cover is. :-)

  3. Wishing Christine tons of luck with her book!

  4. What a beautiful cover! I love it. So intriguing. Best of luck to you, I'll have to check this one out!

  5. Congrats to Christine! This book sounds fantastic. Can't wait to finally be able to purchase my own copy! :)

  6. Oh my! The blurg about the author is enough to entice me to read the book! That's so funny and sad, but true! Good luck on the book, Christine!

    Thanks, Cathy - great hosting!