Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Sin's Bite by Patricia Bates

Patrcia Bates is doing a unique sort of tour.  She has all of her books popping up a different stops, instead of just one.  She will be featured on my blog two more times for two other books.  I think this was a neat idea.  She writes a little bit of everything.  Sin's Bite is a short tale of a young vampyre meeting her mate:
Lady Kora has spent three hundred years within the hallowed walls of her ancestral home – now on the brink of becoming a full Vampire, she’s faced with the hardest choice ever…claim her mate, one sworn to hunt her kind…or spend eternity alone.

My Review:

This was a really intersting short.  It captured you and drew you right in.  The only frustrating thing was that it ended too quickly!!  I wanted more!!  LOL..so as you can see, I enjoyed it.  I just really wish it were longer.  Maybe Patricia will release a spinoff or a sequel.  Lady Kora spends every night alone, waiting until she is a full Vampyre.  Slayer hunts her kind and is hated by his own people.  He too spends his nights all alone.  Can these unlikey pair find comfort in each other's arms?  Maybe something more?

About the author:
Patricia Bates
Reading has been such a large part of my life. I cut my literary teeth on such author’s as Louis L’Amour, Nora Roberts and Janet Dailey. For me it wasn’t such a jump from reading the wonderful tales these author’s spun to imagining my own. 

Soon I was writing poetry, short stories and by junior high I’d written my first full length romance novel. Since then I’ve taken my love of history and my passion for writing and combined them into what I hope will continue to prove a successful career.

With six books contracted, four of which are currently available in print. All are available in electronic format with the last two ebooks due for a release in May and the other in the summer. I’m currently working on three projects, an erotic paranormal romance featuring a witch who lovesChristmas, another Ancient Ireland novel, rich in the history of the Irish Celtic peoples, and plotting out a Cowboy Series tentatively titled “The James Gang”.

Of course I’ve got a lot more on the go. I’m developing and growing my editing company with some amazing authors, working on getting the books that Blade had revamped to fit the submission guidelines for some other publishers and keeping up on my writing and being a full time mom, working outside of the house…its amazing what I can manage in a 16 hour day.

1 comment:

Patricia Bates said...

Thank you for such a wonderful review and for having me on your blog. I'm looking forward to returning.

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