Sunday, September 29, 2013

Cover Reveal: A Witch's Curse

A Witch's Curse, the next title from M.L. Stephens is due to hit the e-shelves October 13. Right in time for Halloween! Here's something I want to sink my paranormal teeth into. Wait. That might not be such a good thing. Vengeance. Black Magic. Smexy Love. This book promises to have it all.

A Witch's Curse out Oct. 13, 2013
Let's go show this author some love! She has some incredible titles out there in different genres, too, to keep your appetite wet for a few weeks. So, follow the Goodreads link below and browse other titles she's published.

Oh, and don't forget to come back and tell us what you think about A Witch's Curse.

And one more thing, don't drink the cauldron water. I hear it's got a Hekate of a kick.

From A Witch's Curse:

Hecate didn't dabble in dark magic. Watching her lover die at the end of another man's sword changed that. In a single act of vengeance, she turned her lover's killer into a werewolf and cursed him for eternity. It was A Witch's Curse to rival all others and it was her last act as a goddess.

Drago despised being a werewolf. He spent thousands of years searching for an antidote, only to discover that the witch who cursed him, also had to cure him. Unfortunately, that witch died lifetimes ago. Undeterred, he continued to search. Two years ago he found Hecate's remains lying in a crypt hidden deep within the Louisiana Bayou. Today, he watched a coven of witches bring her back to life.

He killed her lover. She damned him for all time. Can two souls who are destined to be eternal enemies, learn to forgive enough to live again?

Getting to know M. L. Stephens…

I'm always clicking away at the keyboard, but when I'm not, my family, two dogs, and a very peculiar cat keep me on my toes! There's never a boring moment at my desk!

Besides my obvious love for coffee and all things caffeinated, I love to travel. The occasional tourist stop is fun, but I'm a back road kind of gal. Take me off the beaten path. I want to meet the ordinary people behind the culture.

My crazy family includes a husband, four kids, two grandbabies, two dogs, and a cat. That's right! Life is totally insane! Now you understand why I write!

Speaking of writing, I've been spinning stories around the campfire, since I can remember. Poetry was second nature, and as a teen and young adult, short stories were constantly being penned. I'm an avid reader, who loves almost all genres. Let's face it! A good read is a good read, regardless of whether it takes place in the future, the past, or with ghosts.

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