DARK MOON RISING is a Southern Gothic romance from Luminosity, available in all e-book formats and now in print as well. It has received Five Star reviews on Amazon:
“This novel delves into the world of the paranormal with incredible suspense and romantic intrigue.” Patricia Gligor
“Dark Moon Rising is an intriguing story that combines supernatural mystery, suspense and romance in an exciting brew.” K.G. McCullough
“Seewald’s well-written novel keeps readers guessing to the very end.”
“Dark Moon Rising is a gripping story that will have you turning pages until the surprising outcome.” Nancy J. Cohen
“…a suspenseful, bang-up denouement that will keep readers breathing hard even more than with the steamy sex scenes.”
Nancy Means Wright
It is also available through the publisher Luminosity:
The historical Southern plantation house in the book is loosely based on one my husband’s aunt and uncle actually owned. It has an interesting history, part of which I incorporated into the novel.
Cassandra Lowry has a sixth sense. She dreams about a handsome man making love to her. He appears to need and want her. However, danger and evil surround him. Her dreams and visions are disturbingly real. When Cass drives south, her sensitivity warns her that something is not right. She swerves to miss a deer and her car ends up in a ditch. Chased by two country boys, she gets lost in the forest and spends a night exposed to the elements, only to be found the next day by her dream man.
Set in the modern South, this novel reaches back into a troubled family heritage. Two female ghosts, women from different centuries, haunt male members of the Hunt family. The heroine of this sensual gothic romance is young, just graduated from college, and alone in the world. Although in danger herself, Cass seeks to solve the mystery and end the curse that enshrouds the family, while at the same time finding the passionate love of her life.
The novel offers mystery, romantic suspense and elements of the supernatural. If you would like to win the giveaway, just leave a comment that includes an e-mail address where you can be contacted. I’m limiting the print giveaway to
readers at this time. Also, I’m requesting no one
under eighteen enter as there are mature themes in the novel. U.S.
The winner will be announced on this blog next Monday--only the winner will be contacted. I won’t trouble readers with newsletters or put you on a mailing list.