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Friday, April 26, 2013

When Lovers Grow Apart with Annie Nicholas





Most romance books focus on new couples, people who have just met. I love these stories too, but in reality should the romance stop after they’ve become a couple?

In the Vanguards series the first book was such a story when Sugar and Daedalus first met. The following books had different heroes and heroines as the focus but Sugar and Daedalus’ relationship was always in the background. Their greatest issue was Sugar’s refusal to become a vampire, even when hurt and on death’s door she wanted to remain human.

Every couple, at some point, drifts apart but true love is what makes them work to bridge those gaps and bring them back together. This book is Sugar’s and Daedalus’ struggle.




Prima         
The Vanguards Book 6
Annie Nicholas

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Number of pages: 150
Word Count:  44, 000

Cover Artist: Hailey Edwards

Book Description: 

One year ago, Sugar survived a wolf shifter attack but it had left her broken.  Paralyzed on the left side, she fights for independence in her day-to-day life. Her worst injuries are the scars on her soul. She can’t bear who she has become and it drives her to push her vampire lover, Daedalus, away. How could he still love her when she is just a shadow of herself? But a new threat on Daedalus’s life yanks away her veil of self-pity and she resolves to help him.

The vampire council sends an emissary to Daedalus. His clan brother, another Nosferatu, hands him an ultimatum. Return to his post as Prime in Pal Robi or he’ll kill Sugar and her shifter friends. Daedalus has brought enough trouble into Sugar’s life. He won’t be responsible for more, so he agrees to leave Chicago.

To both warriors surprise, Sugar’s not willing to remain behind, and with her own shifter guards she’s ready to assist Daedalus regain control of Pal Robi.

About the Author:

Annie Nicholas hibernates in the rural, green mountains of Vermont where she dreams of different worlds, heroes, and heroines. When spring arrives the stories pour from her, in hopes to share them with the masses one day. Mother, daughter, wife are some of the hats she happily wears while trudging after her cubs through the hills and dales. The four seasons an inspiration and muse.




@annienicholas

3 comments:

Roxanne Rhoads said...

thanks for being a guest today Annie

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Tina B said...

Congrats on the new release, Annie!
I like revisiting couples in series, especially ones with issues as big as Sugar's and Daedalus'.
Thank you for sharing.