What You Are Bidding On:A signed copy of Kiss of Death and some swag (how much depends on how high the bidding goes…evil can be bought)
Description:You are bidding on a new copy of Kiss of Death, signed by the author and personalized to you…or whichever of your minions you so choose. In the pages of Kiss of Death, you’ll come face-to-face with the vampire that Max considers to be Satan incarnate. And he’s sexy as sin. Can’t get much more evil than that.
At a young age, Seleste discovered the trick to not being afraid of the monsters under the bed was to turn them into heroes. Since that’s time, she’s seen more than enough of human monsters that she prefers to escape into worlds where even the demons have rules to play by and the good guys might end up battered and bruised (or dead), but they always win. Now, those worlds have made it into this one and you can find her work in the pages of the Blood Kissed series, Badlands series, as a contributor to the multi-author series Cupid’s Conquests, and in several short story anthologies.
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$20 I already own this in eBook, but it's signed, so damn!ReplyDelete
Evil can be bought...hmmm...I'll up my bid to $40 if I get more evil.Delete
Oooo I might have to sneak some more evil into the package then.Delete
Yippee, more evil.ReplyDelete