Antonella Ambrosetti may be a vampire, but she refuses to be a monster. The members of her exclusive house of vampires, the House of the Red Veil, all live by her strict rules. But, when tragedy strikes and the prime suspect is her former companion, Dante, all her rules go out the window in her quest to keep her house safe.
Along the way, she struggles with her growing attraction to Seth, the warlock that makes her cold, dead heart race, and the desire of Nicky Marchesi, son of a prominent mob boss, to become a vampire against his father’s wishes.
House of the Red Veil, the urban vampire fantasy by Amy Fane, is available from Amazon.com.
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Happy New Year to all you readers and writers! Yes, I know we’re three weeks into 2015, but it’s still the start of the year, and I haven’t been able to wish you all the best until now.
So, let’s talk resolutions (Lynne Cantwell made a few here). Do you make them? How did you do last year? Did you lose those unwanted pounds, find that new job, redecorate the house, read more books…write more books? Umm, more to the point, are you going to admit if those resolutions fell by the wayside in…er…February? Continue reading “(Belated) Happy New Year…and some author resolutions”