In indie author and blogger Shannon Mayer's latest book, Dark Waters (the first in her new Celtic Legacy series) the bonds of family are stretched to the breaking point. Legendary monsters, a deadly prophecy and soul swallowing fears threaten to destroy the lives of two sisters who, when they had nothing else always knew they had each other. Add in two stunning men, magic, secrets, sensuality and mind numbing terror and the pages will fly by.
I had the pleasure of working with Mayer again as her editor and I can assure you this book is as good as all her others. The novella has consistently received 4 and 5 star Amazon.com reviews. Click over to "peak inside" and see an excerpt.
And if you’re one of those readers who is put off by authors who take forever between books, it’s worth noting that Mayer doesn’t make you wait. All three books in her Zombish-Apocalypse trilogy came out in 2011 and she’s already working on book two in this new series—so once your hooked (and trust me, you will be) there’s no lengthy delay between books. You can go straight from one series to the next!
My name is Melissa Breau & I’m a Raleigh-based tea-drinker and dog aficionado. If you’re local, let me know—I’d love to grab a drink.
By day, I’m a keyboard junkie, and (shameless plug) craft killer marketing content for small business owners far and wide.
By night (and sometimes on the weekend) I help out at several nonprofits, teach my dog new tricks, and try to spend as much time outside in the sunshine as I can.
Before joining the world of marketing I spent several years at various publishing companies in NYC, including both magazine publishers and book publishers. I also earned my Masters in Publishing from Pace University.
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