Hello. I’m Cherrie Mack, author of A Late Summer Bloom. I’d like to thank you for allowing me to visit with you today and sharing your readers with me.
I love reading paranormal romance. Vampires, shifters, other-wordly beings—oh yeah. As long as the men are muscled, dominant and alpha all the way, I’m hooked. And when I read a paranormal romance that gets my blood pumping, the last thing I want is for that story to end. So, bring on the series. And since I enjoy reading it so much, it just made sense that I should write a paranormal series myself. When I decided to write a witch book, I tried my hardest to fill it with all the elements I find so appealing in a paranormal romance series. I loved creating this world. It mirrors ours in every way except for the dominant, sizzling immortals called, Travelers. The travelers were once ordinary witches (if you can call my race of witches ordinary) but they gave it all up for the “cause.”
What is the cause? It’s to protect witches and humans alike from the evil threatening to invade society. Warlocks are essentially the undead. They roam our streets looking quite human but in order to stay that way, they must absorb the soul of a witch when they hunger or they will turn to dust.
Of course, along the way—we need love. Love guides and shapes both the male and female witches. It’s the driving force of any good romance. And I’ve put a lot of drive in this series. My hope is that you give this series a try and love it as much as I love writing it.
Witches Of The Bayou
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Date of Publication: 2/6/14
Number of pages: 188
Word Count: 58k
Cover Artist: Sour Cherry Designs
A young witch, destined to be queen. A traveler destined to love her and an evil warlock desperate to claim her.
When Julien Beaumont meets Giselle Jareau, the naïve, young witch is nothing more than a nuisance. A mere inconvenience. But the inkblot on his arm disagrees. As their relationship develops, his tattoo begins to fill in. Could it be fate or something more sinister?
On an old, decrepit sugar plantation, in the heart of the Louisiana Bayou, the defender of the covens and the queen to the royals engage in a battle of wits. And as Giselle falls in love, Julien tries desperately to change the course of their destiny.
About the Author:
Cherrie Mack grew up in Flushing Queens NY, the youngest child of six. The city’s diversity gave her a great appreciation for many different cultures and lifestyles. After love finally claimed the girl from the city and dragged her to the suburban madness of Long Island, she settled into a quiet life with her new husband. Two children and one mini-van later, the family found themselves moving towards the sunny skies of Florida where they currently reside. With her focus still very much on her family, Cherrie squeezes in time to write. The publication of her debut novel, Ache of Desire has given her the confidence to allow her to spend more time writing.
One year and four books later, Cherrie has continued to flourish. With multiple series in the works, there’s no slowing down for this up and coming author.
A member of Romance Writers of America, Cherrie is slowly spreading her wings as a romance author. Look for her books at all digital bookstores such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Bookstrand, ITunes, Nook and many more.
Author facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/CherrieMack
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