What am I working on now? Winding up Forbidden: The Revolution. The third book in my Forbidden series. I’ve been very quiet about this particular project. So for the first time…here’s just a little info.
This book is set twenty-five years after Forbidden: The Awakening and introduces Byron and Violetâ€™s son, Dell Renfield. Sorcerer. Sexy vampire. Special Agent. Secret weapon. In Forbidden: The Revolution, Dell is sent on a mission to Las Vegas where he encounters an old enemy of Byronâ€™s and finds the two women that had been abducted along with Dellâ€™s mother during Forbidden: The Awakening. The first woman is Rita, Byronâ€™s former consort. The second is Alex Sanchez, who was an infant at the time of the kidnapping. Alex becomes Dellâ€™s love interest. You’ll still see Byron and Violet, Luna will be back. But I’m also introducing some new characters, Byron’s daughter Lily, his assistant Chase, and a young werewolf names Jake was featured in a short that I posted earlier this week.
After I wrap up Forbidden: The Revolution I’ll be moving on to Jake and Allison’s story, Forbidden: The Temptation.
I’d like to thank everyone for reading this week and I’d like to thank Coffee Time and Claudine for having me. It’s been great fun.
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- About the Author
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Samantha Sommersby was first published in 2005 and has now left what she used to call her “real life” day job to pursue writing and working in the publishing industry full-time. Sam’s background in the psychiatric field is apparent in her work and allows her to bring a unique perspective to her characters and stories. She loves to spend the day in her office creating, spinning rich tales and weaving together interesting plots. Her aim is to create a hero that will literally sweep a reader off her feet.
She currently lives in Southern California with her husband of seventeen years, her fourteen year old son, and her cocker spaniel, Buck. Her husband is a social worker who works with abused children. He’s an avid sailor who loves to surf, and you’ll find bits of him in every hero that Sam has ever written. Her son is wonderfully sensitive, with a sarcastic sense of humor. He plays the piano, composes his own music, is a competitive fencer, and worships video games.
On the rare occasion when Sam manages to set aside some play time for herself, you’ll most likely find her reading a book, at the movies, or out wine tasting (she collects California Cabernets).
To date she’s been publishing with Linden Bay Romance and is extremely pleased to be a part of their family of authors.