Misguided Angel Cover!

The cover is exclusively available on EW.com for the week! See it here!

What did you think?? Let me know in the comments on the blog post!

I really love it, I think Beth Clark, our zahmazing art directrice did it again!!! It’s so beautiful and gorgeous and exactly what I had in mind.

Newsletter subscribers got a little sneak peek of the books a couple of weeks ago, I thought I’d share it with you all today to celebrate Misguided Angel cover day!

Blue Bloods: Keys to the Repository will be out June 29, 2010. The book is partly an encyclopedia, partly a dictionary and contains new short stories about Jack, Schuyler, Kingsley, Mimi, Dylan and Bliss and sneak peeks of Wolf Pact and Misguided Angel. I am really excited for you all to read this book as it contains lots of fun background information on our favorite elite vampires!

Here is a fun sneak-peek from the book!

From Schuyler’s story:
Three stolen kisses—what did it matter, really? Jack was never going to be her boyfriend, she thought, as she turned right onto 96th street. He was never going to sling his arm around her as they walked down the hall, never take her to Winter Ball, never declare his love over the PA system by mangling the lyrics to “Come on Eileen” as Jamie Kip did so charmingly last week when he serenaded Ally Elly before the Head Girl had cut him off. But Schuyler didn’t want any of that—did she? She had never yearned for popularity. It struck her as absurd anyway, to want popularity. Popularity was fickle and elusive, like trying to catch fireflies in a jar. You were either born with it or relegated to wallflower status according to the mysterious and unknowable workings of the universe.

You can pre-order on Amazon, B&N, and from your local indie bookstore.

The fifth novel in the Blue Bloods series, Misguided Angel, will be out October 5, 2010!

Here is a fun sneak-peek from the book!

There were seven of us at the inception of the order. A conclave was called to address the growing threat posed by the Paths of the Dead. Along with myself, present at the gathering were the Emperor’s cousin Gemellus, a weakling; Octilla and Halcyon from the vestal virgins; the head of the Imperial Army, General Alexandrus; Pantaelum, a trusted senator and Onbasius, a healer.
In my prodigious research, I have determined that Halcyon was most likely the keeper of the Gate of Promise, the third known Gate of Hell. I have come to the conclusion that this gate is instrumental in uncovering the truth behind the continued existence of our supposedly vanquished enemies. This is the gate we must focus on, the most important one in the lot.
-From the personal journal of Lawrence Van Alen

You can pre-order on Amazon, B&N, and from your local indie bookstore.

I’m also part of this fun contest! Lots of cool authors are in it, have fun playing!