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I DARE YOU TO SCARE ME.
What is this book about, you asked?
The heart wants what the heart wants—a concept that
free-spirited author T.M. Dabney, never understood until she laid eyes on her
new cover model, Eli.
Eli Gregor, a struggling musician and mechanic, thinks he
knows the true meaning of heartbreak—that is until he accepts a business
venture with the alluring Taylor Dabney. With her help, he pieces his life back
together when his dreams dangle within reach and once again everything falls
apart. And his success comes with a price he doesn’t want to pay.
Caught between better judgment and desire, they find
themselves at a crossroads—should they make the best decision for their careers
or give in to their undeniable connection?
A torrid tale that weaves humor, drama, and sexual tension,
Ink Slapped will leave you reeling and wanting more.
My keyboard should be smoking with how fast I pound the
keys. Death metal music blares throughout my apartment about killing things and
cannibalism. It helps inspire as demons die gruesomely by Zara’s merciless
bloodbaths. Loud knocking rudely interrupts my zone. “Son of a bitch! I’m
fucking moving!” I snarl at the closed door.
Jerking the door open, a mail carrier stands there with an
envelope looking fearful as his eyes dart around for a shotgun. It’s FedEx.
“Don’t you know that I’m in the middle of a war of epic
proportions with Hell?”
The tiny guy swallows and holds up the envelope, “Sounds
When will it be available, you want to know?
May 31, 2014
About the author.
A.M. Jones resides in Tennessee and writes about everything
that comes to mind. Her strength in characterization makes realistic elements
of humor, angst, and drama jump from the page and into your soul. Ms. Jones’
other half has published books in dark fantasy and continues to do so.