Saturday, October 31, 2015

Wickedest of all Sinners



Blurb: 
Adriana Claymore moved to Martinique to start a new life, but when she stumbles upon an ancient book, she finds herself drawn into a centuries old battle between brothers. 

”Sorcier” Julien Dubois has been on the hunt for his twin, Jacques, ever since the day that Jacques stole a book of spells from him and allowed their younger brother to die. 

Adriana is about to change the game, but when she gives her heart and soul to one of the brothers, she must face a difficult question. Did she lose herself to evil? 


Excerpt:

She wanted to rant and smash the machine to pieces. She wanted to call her sister a whore and stomp a mud hole in Trent’s crotch. She knew none of those things would ease the sickness rising in her gut each time she heard their voices. Instead, she did what she always did and calmly erased their messages, as if it would somehow erase them from her life. She was aware of Jacques watching her. She couldn’t bring herself to face him. Did he think her weak, or worse, did he believe she was being selfish and acting like a child?
When he finally broke the silence, the words came out haltingly as if they were being torn from his chest. “My brother once took something important from me as well.” When he paused, she turned to watch his face as he struggled with the words. “If it had been anyone else in the world who’d done what he did, I might’ve been able to one day move past it, but the fact it was him.” He shook his head as if there were no words. There weren’t, but she knew. The gaping hole left behind by her sister couldn’t be shored up with any amount of apologies, or platitudes. It was gone. It was as if her sister had died because it couldn’t be fixed. Crossing her arms over her chest, Adriana tried to force the pain back inside before it consumed her. She concentrated on Jacques instead. “What did your brother take from you?”
He shook his head and made a gesture of helplessness. “Everything.”

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