Sunday, June 7, 2009

HUNTED, by SW Vaughn

I've been waiting for this day forever. Or so it seems. I was totally fascinated with HUNTED when I followed along as SW Vaughn wrote it. It's an urban thriller, with a twist. I usually don't even LIKE urban fantasy - most of you know I'm a mystery-only guy. But the writing was so tight, so strong, that I became hooked in just a few pages. And I've been a diehard fan every since.

SW is my critique partner my writing hero. Her writing sings, her characters get tangled in your brain, and you'll never, ever forget them. They might even invade nightmares once in a while. (Ask me about Jenner - coming in SW's next Lyrical book. I dare you!)

I hope you'll take a look at this new ebook (just released this week) which features a unique set of characters cast against impossible odds. Don't you just love the cover?
Here's a synopsis of the book. If you like the sound of it, check it out here. It's a steal at $5.50!
HUNTED by SW Vaughn
Grace Carrington can read people's minds and force machines to do her bidding - and as if that doesn't make her enough of a freak, her glowing eyes ensure she's nowhere near normal. While on the run from a mother who wants to exploit her talents, she encounters two beings with powers stronger than hers . . . who for some reason want her dead.

What Grace doesn't know is that her father was an angel, and that he's far from the only one to have mated with humans. She is Nephilim: half human, half angel, and no longer alone.

But some angels are not all white robes and fluffy wings. Some angels do not suffer their children to live - and seek to destroy the Nephilim at every opportunity. Now Grace is being hunted by the angel who commands the Stalker: an inhuman killer of unknown origins, from whom no Nephil has ever escaped alive.


Sheila Deeth said...

Sounds really fascinating.

s.w. vaughn said...

Oh my gosh! I didn't even realize this was up ... thank you so much, Aaron! I'm just so glad you enjoyed this story. Thank you!!

Aaron Paul Lazar said...

Thanks, Sheila. Glad you stopped by. ;o)

SW - I know you were off writing, so that's a good thing! Besides, you already know how much I loved Hunted. ;o) Keep going - I want more!