Author: Angee Taylor
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Mystery
Tour Host: Lady Amber's Tours
Rose is tired of her and her family being hunted, so she decides to do the hunting
herself and takes Cortne along with her. They end up taking a few detours along the
way, learning more about Rose’s past and her family. Does being a Sun Witch add
more problems to her life or does it make it easier? Facing severe fatigue and needing
to feed frequently makes the hunt more difficult. They already found the traitor in the
family, or did they? Is everyone who they appear to be? Has her family been honest
with her? Has she been honest with herself? Are friends truly friends or are they
enemies lying in wait?
I caught myself rolling my eyes; a mere mortal to guard against me and a wolf. At first, I
was just going to toss him with magic, instead I grabbed him by his arms and drug him
to me, sinking my fangs in deep, in a matter of seconds I had drained him, killed him. It
was my first kill that way. I didn’t care, he was helping hurt my family.
Cortne didn’t say a word. If she only knew how much more blood I wanted. I felt like
I was starving. It had to wait though, I had to get my family. We took the stairs but
disabled the elevators before leaving the lobby.
We quickly and easily cleared floor two, where I drank from two more, until Cortne
This repeated through floor twelve. We’d clear it and I’d drink two people to near death
before Cortne would stop me. On eleven she finally asked, “Damn, haven’t you had
“No,” I answered as we stepped into the stairwell and headed up to twelve.
I opened the door and froze. I smelled blood. Blood I recognized, three actually,
Clayton, Caleb and Josh. It took a conscious effort not to just level the place. I knew if I
did, I may very well kill them. Instead, I reached for Josh. “Josh?”
separated when I was young. I lived with my mother who later remarried a wonderful
man, who had a huge impact on me as I grew up. I have always had a love of reading,
mostly paranormal. As a child, I would sneak up at late night, when my mom thought I
was sleeping, to read. We moved around a lot, eventually settling in Deep East Texas.
I married at a young age and eventually divorced. I have raised my now 16 year old
son alone. I work full time as a pre-hospital nurse and sometimes see things that would
make the rest of you have nightmares. On other days, I'm blessed to see miracles.
These things are what drive me to write.
I describes my job as- “I fight to save people’s lives. Sometimes I lose, sometimes I win.
It's the emotional roller coaster of that job, which leads me to writing. I'm able to put
those emotions into my characters and let them out of my heart and soul.”
In 2006, I was diagnosed with a rare disease, shortly after that I was told I would be on
full disability in five years and most likely to be dead in ten. I've fought to live a normal
life every day since and I'm beating those odds. I work at a demanding job, I'm a single
mom, care for an elderly mother, and two hyperactive dogs.
On April 17, 2013 I faced another challenge in my life when my home was destroyed in
the explosion in West, TX. I lost many friends and almost everything I own. Once again I
have fought to get through it and I'm finally starting to feel normal again.