Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Fight to Remember - coming out August 3rd


The last in my paranormal Trueblood series - Fight to Remember - comes out with Loose-Id on the 3rd of August. Caught up in demon games, love is my trio's only hope as Piper struggles to remember who she is, Rhyl battles to stay sane and Keir is forced to fight to the death.


FIGHT TO REMEMBER -



What’s my name?



With a twist of his body, Rhyl avoids being staked in the heart but not the demon’s shove toward hell. Trapped between slabs of rock, he has to drink the blood of rats to survive. It’s a desperate fight to stay sane.



What did I do last night?


For eleven long years, Piper wakes every morning with no idea who or where she is. How can she find someone to love when she can’t remember their face or name after she falls asleep? Life is a long, lonely battle.



When will this end?


Werepuma, Keir Sparks, is bound to a demon who forces him to fight in her club. If Keir refuses, she’ll go after his brother. There can only be one outcome in the ring. Someone has to die. After seven wins, Keir hopes eight is his lucky number. Survival is a hard-fought struggle.



Three worlds collide and the trio discover happiness in each other’s arms. Life suddenly becomes worth living until they learn the price of their love. The only way to keep two safe is for one to die.

3 comments:

Arlene said...

Yes!!! The cover is lovely.
August 3rd can't come too soon.
There isnt a book you've written that I havent thought awesome, but this one is exceptional. The threesome is so vivid with each personality powerful and unforgetable, the plot curves constant, and the journey to conclude an amazing series leaves me anxious to return over and over into the world of the Truebloods.

Barbara Elsborg said...

Thank you, Arlene. You know how much I value your input on this story!!!

Laurie Green said...

Ah, the last of the Truebloods. What a fantastic series this has been, with characters that will be long remembered. I'm sure there's a little sadness for you in leaving this family behind, but excitement too, at all the new projects in your future.

I can't name one writer who so consistently turns out fantastic story after fantastic story and has never lost her spark. Each tale is a new journey and never feels old, stale, or rehashed. So glad you never fell victim to sequelitis. Can't wait to see what you have coming down the pike next.