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Monday, June 20, 2011

from the pages of THE LAST FAE comes LOVE LIKE DEATH

Magic has its price. So does love.

So it is not too surprising that to fall in love with a Sidhe is a fearsome thing.

To also fall in love with a being born of stardust and the sea at the same time is to walk the razor's edge.

Fallen, last of the Tuatha de Danann, fell in love with a strange teenager in THE LAST FAE.

In LOVE LIKE DEATH, Fallen learns his name (Blake Adamson) and more ...

she learns that there is a steep price to trusting your fears over your heart.

And what does Blake Adamson learn?

That it is hard to discern shadow from substance in that twilight realm between death and life where he meets ...

Solomon, the not-panther, who must live by rules that dare not be spoken.

Maija, succubus, who would kill Blake if only she could.

Huginn and Muninn, the two ravens that are the living embodiment of his Id and Ego.

Fallen of the etheral body and predator eyes, whose love wounds.

Kirika, alien born of stardust and the sea, whose love kills.

And DayStar, rumored to be the young teenager fully grown.

{Cover courtesy of the creative genius of that siren from Genoa, Italy, Orietta Rossi. Format and cover font crafted by the talented Wendy Tyler Ryan}



  1. You are so productive! This book looks fabulous!

  2. Thanks, Lydia :
    This book holds a special place in my heart. I am a bit like Blake Adamson, you see. Roland

  3. This sounds like another good one Roland! You never cease to amaze me with all the novels you have up your sleeves, or pen rather. ;)

  4. Thank you, Heather :
    Now, if a few readers will take a chance on this one!! May your week be lovely, Roland

  5. My goodness,

    I can't keep up with you anymore. You are THE man with a mission. Get you work out there. Congratulations and good luck.

    I'm proud of you and proud to be your friend.

  6. Thanks, Michael :
    Hopefully, one of my works someone will like enough to buy! LOL.

    I'm not only proud to be your friend, but I am happy that you are mine, Roland

  7. Great post! I am awarding you with The Irresistibly Sweet Blog Award! Come on over to my blog to check it out! :)

  8. Thank you, Amy. That means a lot. Have a great end of week, Roland

  9. That blurb is exciting. It introduces characters I've known from you other writings, lets me know it is a sequel. The cover is gorgeous. You seriously know how to advertise a novel. How to draw the prospective reader in with the promise of adventure, intrigue, romance and tragedy.

    This is a skill I need to figure out so I can put it into my queries for my women's fiction books.

    Wish I had your talent for salesmanship :)


  10. Great post, Roland. I know it's been forever so believe me when I say my jaw literally dropped when I came onto your blog and saw all of these books of yours. I've missed so much! :o

    Glad everything has been working out for you. I'm going to email you and try to catch up on what I missed.

  11. Donna :
    Now, if the great salesmanship would just translate into sales!! LOL.

    Thanks for the praise. You have it in you to be a great salesman for your own writing. You know what you want to see in what you buy -- tell prospective readers that you are offering that, Roland

    Lindsey :
    I've missed you. I answered your email though since it is a sweltering 110 degrees in my apartment, I couldn't be as long as I wanted, Roland