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Sunday, May 17, 2009
Bonnie Rose Lee
When I first started writing, I didn’t gravitate toward contemporary romance, or even romantic suspense. In fact, paranormal romance was and still is my passion. I got hooked on this genre by reading Dark Prince by Christine Feehan. After finding her series, I started devouring anything I could find both in print and online that would explain some of the legends that I could see in print.
I wanted—no, needed—to write in this genre. Then I found one legend that intrigued me. It stated that if a Werewolf wasn’t stabbed through the heart before being buried, then they’d rise as vampire during the next full moon. Thus began the basis of my Protector’s series. Although I’ve written many series now, they’re all based on the paranormal and I don’t expect that to ever change—at least not completely.
Now, I’m pleased to announce that the fifth book in the Serenity series, Two for Twila was released earlier this week. Here’s a bit of information about my new release:
Two for Twila
Serenity Series, Book 5
By Bonnie Rose Leigh
copyright 2009, eXtasy Books
Genre: Vampire, Shapeshifter, Menage (M/M/F), Series, Tarot, Paranormal
Available May 15th
Single mother Twila Wakefield spends her days working at her family’s diner and her evenings caring for her precious daughter. But when her daughter’s nightmares turn out to be real life tragedies, she doesn’t know who to turn too. And when her daughter Emily disappears out of her bed, Twila has no choice but to call on her child’s father for help locating her. Damian Santiago, the panther shifter who left town as soon as he graduated high school without ever knowing Emily existed, had connections she’d need if she ever hoped to see her daughter again.
Leaving Serenity and his mate Twila right out of High School had been the most difficult decision, Damian had ever had to make. He’d vowed to one day return strong enough in mind and body to claim his mate and build a future with her. When his partner, Antonio Grazioso, a vampire gets word that Twila’s daughter is missing, a piece of his soul cries out at the injustice, for Twila’s daughter should have been his.
Together, Damian and Antonio travel to Serenity to find Twila’s child only to discover that Damian isn’t Twila’s only mate–Antonio is too. When secrets are revealed and mysteries solved, can Twila trust herself and her daughter to two Alpha men who may not stick around?