Waiting on Wednesday: Shadowflame by Dianne Sylvan


+SHADOWFLAME BY DIANNE SYLVAN+
+ RELEASED JULY 26 2011+


It’s been three months since musician Miranda Grey became a vampire and married David Solomon, Prime of the South. As Queen, Miranda must quickly come to terms with her new role and learn how to negotiate the treacherous waters of Signet politics, inevitably making dangerous enemies along the way.

As if complicated vampire politics and a rising music career weren’t enough, an enigmatic but powerful force from David’s past appears, leaving a wake of chaos and uncertainty for the Pair’s fledgling relationship. Miranda begins to realize how little she really knows about her husband. But when an assassin begins targeting her friends and allies, the Pair must track down the killer, even as their lives hang in the balance…


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11 Responses to Waiting on Wednesday: Shadowflame by Dianne Sylvan

  1. I really like that cover. Nice pick.

  2. Kathy Martin says:

    This one sounds great! Queen of Shadows just went on my Kindle. I'm your newest follower. I'm always looking for other Minnesota lovers of paranormals. My Wow is here. Happy reading!

  3. That cover rocks! Great pick!

  4. This one looks interesting! Girl of the cover looks like she can kick some butt!

  5. Aleetha says:

    wow, Another Paranormal series

  6. Shadows of a Down East Summer: An Antique Print MysteryBy Lea WaitPublication date: April 1, 2011In the summer of 1890, two young women posed for artist Winslow Homer on the coast of Maine. What happened that summer, the secrets the women kept, and the lies they told, changed their families forever. Now, more than a hundred years later, one of their descendants has been murdered, leaving to antique print dealer Maggie Summer the family papers that may finally reveal the truth. Maggie's vision of a relaxing vacation in Maine- antiquing with beau Will Brewer and visiting his Aunt Nettie- turns into a murder investigation. Maggie must discover which of the family myths are based on reality, before someone she cares about becomes the next victim. With the centennial of Homer's death in 2010, there is renewed interest in his work and in the renovation of his studio in Prouts Neck, Maine, where some of the novel's action takes place.

  7. Liz. R says:

    I really like the cover – nice colours. Sounds interesting, great pick!

  8. purplg8r says:

    Great pic! Thanks for visiting my blog!

  9. Looks really cool and I love the cover!

  10. Sounds great! That cover is definitely fabulous.

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