Starting September 1, Cecilia Dominic will be re-releasing her Lycanthropy Files series with some brand new artwork on the covers. Today, I am very pleased to show you the beautiful new cover for book one: The Mountain’s Shadow.
About The Mountain’s Shadow
One bad choice cost me my job. Another one could take a bite out of my heart.
I was about to solve the puzzle of the latest childhood disorder du jour – Chronic Lycanthropy Syndrome – when my lab went up in flames, my job went down the tubes, and my lover went back to his ex.
When I found out my grandfather left me his multi-million-dollar estate in the rugged Ozark Mountains in his will, I thought my luck was turning. But my inheritance came with a few problems that go way beyond layers of dust and creaky floors: kids in the area that go missing during full moons, a mysterious death, and a band of werewolves who consider the property their own private hunting ground.
I’ll have to do more than face my research again to solve the mysteries of Wolfsbane Manor and stop a horrific epidemic. I’ll have to risk love, friendship, and the only true family I have left. And possibly doom myself to the fate that killed my twin brother.
Warning: Contains a sweet romance with just the right touch of naughty, and calorie-free food that’ll feed your heart, not your waistline.
The Mountain’s Shadow will be released on September 1. The rest of the series follows very quickly with Long Shadows on September 15, Blood’s Shadow on September 29 and A Million Shadows on October 13 (a Friday – perfect for a Halloween story set in Salem).
Ms. Dominic will be back on September 1 for a guest post about her Lycanthropy Files series. It promises to be a fascinating post so please come back on the 1st! I’ll have purchase links available then. In the meantime, you can check out my review of the original release of The Mountain’s Shadow here on WWMB.
About the Author
Cecilia Dominic became a clinical psychologist because she’s fascinated by people and their stories, but she couldn’t stop making stuff up. By day, she helps people cure their insomnia. By night, she writes fiction that keeps her readers turning pages past bedtime. Yes, she recognizes the conflict of interest between her two careers, but she prefers to be called versatile, not conflicted. This Amazon bestselling author has been published in short and novel-length fiction and currently writes urban fantasy and steampunk. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia with one husband and two cats.
You can find her at:
Web page: http://www.ceciliadominic.com/
Wine blog: http://www.randomoenophile.com/
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