This author needs your help in the form of a vote.
What for? You ask. What’s on the ballot?
Book back cover blurbs!
Yes, I need to get the book cover finalized, but I keep hedging on the blurb for the back cover. I know…I’m totally overthinking this, but isn’t this how someone chooses a book by reading the back cover? That’s what I do anyway, so I know this is extremely important.
So, I’ve whittled down my choices. Had the hubby read them through, but since he’s not an urban fantasy fan (actually he only reads non-fiction), I’m not completely comfortable going with his opinion. Please don’t tattle on me! I trust my readers, who are more than familiar with urban fantasy fiction, to help me make the correct decision.
I will present the top three selections for the back cover blurb, and you VOTE!
Now I don’t have a vote tallying algorithm or anything (I’m not that techie) so please just leave a comment with your choice.
The main criteria being, which blurb (if any of them) makes you want to read this story. If none of the blurbs make you want to read the story, PLEASE say so.
Protecting humans from their own demons and the more nefarious real ones…that’s her job as a guardian angel. But as soon as Greylyn arrives at a quaint bed and breakfast in the Shenandoah Valley, she senses evil and she instinctively knows what, or more like “who”, to expect – Kael, a sexy dark guardian working for Hell. Expecting a battle, she’s shocked to discover he’s there for the same reason she is…to protect an innocent young bride whom Hell has marked for death. But why?
Seems Kael’s boss, a deviously wicked fallen archangel named Olivier, has plans for the young woman. Too bad, those plans involve holding her life over Greylyn’s head as collateral.
Olivier wants one thing…for Greylyn to fulfill a long dormant prophecy – one so dangerous that it wasn’t even written down. Neither Heaven nor Hell wishes it to be unleashed. They’ll stop at nothing to make sure Greylyn fails.
Guardian angel, Greylyn saves innocent humans from their own inner demons or the more nefarious real ones. However, a notorious fallen archangel holds the lives of a mother and her unborn child over Greylyn’s head to force her to consummate a dormant, but deadly prophecy. One so deadly that Heaven didn’t even write it down.
Enemies for over four centuries, Greylyn has fought the dark guardian, Kael; and fought her desire for him. However, to discover what the prophecy entails and to protect innocents, she must work with the dashing dark guardian. Together they will battle both Heaven and Hell as neither side wishes the prophecy to be fulfilled. But the real battle will be over their own hearts.
The Rekindled Prophecy: Greylyn the Guardian Angel is an urban fantasy novel with strong undertones of romance and sex appeal between two enemies – one working for Heaven, the other working for Hell.
Protecting humans from their own demons and the more nefarious real ones…that’s her job as a guardian angel. Greylyn knows no other life.
Just another day in the last 450 years of her existence, just another simple assignment in the lush picturesque Shenandoah Valley. But nothing is ever simple in a guardian’s life.
A sexy dark guardian, Kael, who has tormented her heart and soul at every turn, arrives to at the quaint bed and breakfast posing as a friend of a soon-to-be married couple. Despite the undeniable sexual chemistry threatening to engulf them, Greylyn vows to save the young couple from his treacherous grasp. But this time, Kael has an altogether different agenda, or so he claims. This time he’s there to protect the bride as Hell has marked her for death. But why? Seems his boss, a notoriously wicked fallen archangel, has plans for the young woman. Too bad, those plans involve holding her life over Greylyn’s head as collateral.
Olivier wants one thing…for Greylyn to fulfill a long dormant prophecy – one so dangerous that neither Heaven nor Hell wishes it to be unleashed.
Thanks, dear readers! Your support is deeply appreciated as Book 1 of Greylyn the Guardian Angel series gets closer to publication.
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I’ll think about this and get back to you. Your writing as always is sweet.