SOME RESOLUTIONS ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN
As a debut author, I can only say that I’m having the time of my life. In 2012 a dream came true for me, when my first book Kiss of Steel, was published with Sourcebooks. A steampunk romance, it’s set in a dark world where my heroine must make a desperate bargain with a dangerous rogue for her safety.
A brilliantly creative debut where vampires, werewolves and clockwork creatures roam the mist-shrouded streets of London…
When Nowhere is Safe
Most people avoid the Whitechapel district. For Honoria Todd, it’s the last safe haven. But at what price?
Blade is known as the master of the rookeries – no one dares cross him. It’s been said he faced down the Echelon’s army single-handedly, that ever since being infected by the blood-craving he’s been quicker, stronger, almost immortal.
When Honoria shows up at his door, his tenuous control comes close to snapping. She’s so… innocent. He doesn’t see her backbone of steel – or that she could be the very salvation he’s been seeking.
“Dark, intense and sexy…a stunning new series.” – Library Journal
For 2013, I’ve been setting a lot of goals and resolutions, because I firmly believe in having a roadmap for the year ahead.
For a little fun, I thought I’d get the hero and heroine of Kiss of Steel to write their own resolutions – as they might have been at the beginning of the novel.
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Blade’s New Year’s Resolutions:
1. Kill the Duke of Vickers
2. Find out precisely what Miss Honoria Todd is hiding under her tightly laced gowns
3. Discover the stubborn chit’s secrets… after all, why would Vickers have a price on her head?
4. Keep the blue blood’s of the Echelon out of his turf, with extreme force if necessary.
Honoria’s New Year’s Resolutions:
2. Stay as far away from Blade, the Devil of Whitechapel, as she can
3. Ensure the Duke of Vickers doesn’t get his hands on either her or her siblings – or the diary her father made her swear to protect with her life
4. Resist the urge to choke her sister, Lena, when she spouts her romantic drivel – particularly when it involves a certain ruthless rogue.
Of course, some resolutions are meant to be broken, and those are the most fun of all. Can you guess which of my hero and heroine’s resolutions will be the first to go? ~Bec McMasters
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