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gave every person nine lives, also known as souls. Flush with expendable life,
Earth collapsed into war and anarchy, leaving the Catholic Church to step in
and take control. In a world where the stealing of souls is big business, it
takes people like Constance Grace, detective in the Soul Theft Division, to
hunt the criminals down and strip them of their remaining souls.When social-climbing con man, Noah Hannock, plunks himself on the church’s
radar, he becomes Constance’s problem. With a brand new partner, Mikon Cross
and seven of her nine given souls remaining, Connie has to enter high society
under a too-familiar alias to tempt Noah into her web.
While the chemistry between Connie and Mikon is scorching hot, the reality is
they don’t trust each other. Each with their own secrets to protect, the hunt
for Noah Hannock threatens them both. The only way they can survive is if they
learn to lay themselves, heart and souls, on the line for each other.
on top of her head. Every time he saw her do it, he couldn’t help but think it
was a move specifically designed by women to turn men on. The pale skin of her
delicate neck was now on full display, as were her toned shoulders and biceps.
Usually he liked his women soft, and while Connie did have softness here and
there, mostly she was made up of backbone, hard-toned muscles, and coffee.
eyebrow arched. Somehow he had forgotten himself and sat staring at her. Will
this night never end?
own bed. She was right, but he wasn’t going to admit it. He’d have to hear
about it for the next year otherwise. “How are you feeling?” he asked after a
few moments of silence.
though. She sat on top of her comforter, shoulders slumped, as she rocked ever
so slightly back and forth. There was no way he could let her stay like that
all night. If she was to be tortured then he could at least bear some of the
bed, and circled his arms around her upper body. She didn’t move, didn’t even
breath, for a few seconds. It was a huge relief when she sagged into him,
allowing him to hug her more comfortably.
against his ribcage was astounding. If heaven and hell could merge it would
live in such a moment. Her scent engulfed him, consumed him, and made him think
of all the things he knew he shouldn’t. It was a shock when he realized she was
guarding her thoughts to him. Not effectively, but she was making an attempt to
ease his discomfort.
back into him and stretch out as well.
and now here they were in a gilded hotel room, holding each other gently. He
would never have imagined a moment like this between them when they first met.
Father Reynolds wouldn’t have either.
she slipped her tongue out and wet her lips.
whispered, only inches away from his mouth.
tell you about Soulless, which was previously published as Soulless. If I get
too excited and ramble please feel free to direct me back to the questions.
writing looking to publish until my early 20’s. Almost six years now.
my stories I get the main idea from a dream. But, it was after I watched a
movie about time…and how people’s timers were on their arms. That gave me the
idea for the souls to add into the world I had already built around the dream.
is interacting with readers. I love hearing about books and how much they loved
my work. Most of the time I assume I write books and no one ever reads them.
It’s nice when someone proves me wrong. The worst aspect is marketing. It’s not
something I have gotten figured out. It doesn’t help that I’m awkward as hell
write. Most of the time is a book, or movie, or watching a show about a
character who has reaching their goals…it makes me want to push toward my
to do a lot of research on the Catholic Church which was both frightening and
watched as she pulled her unruly mane up into a messy bun on top of her head.
Every time he saw her do it, he couldn’t help but think it was a move
specifically designed by women to turn men on.”
beautiful dress on such a craptastic night…”
man…probably my loyalty. I am devoted to those I care about and would give
them anything in my power, including a kidney, to help them.
aren’t important to ME but they are important. I think when a book is done it
is no longer the writer’s…it belongs to the reader, as do reviews. Those
reviews aren’t for me, or about me, they are for the reader.
fix typewriters. I know, I’m a dork.
romance with strong heroines and unique worlds. My other series, Revelations,
centers around female four horseman of the apocalypse.
like readers to know what would it be?
thank you for giving that time to read it. Thank you for giving it, and me, a
listening to me ramble.
Corwin is a writer attempting to make romance accessible to everyone, no matter
their preferences. As a Northern Ohioan, Monica enjoys snow drifts, three
seasons of weather, and a dislike of Michigan, despite her complete disinterest
in football. When not writing Monica spends time with her daughter and ever
growing collection of tomes about King Arthur.