happy release day

Time to get a little more Christmas shopping done! Officially available today:

Cherie Priest’s Fathom

A decidedly dark departure from Priest’s Eden Moore saga (Four and Twenty Blackbirds, etc.), this stand-alone novel is equal parts horror, contemporary fantasy and apocalyptic thriller. During a summer vacation to her aunt’s coastal Florida home, innocent teen Nia sees her cousin Bernice commit a brutal murder and then get dragged into the ocean by a monstrous water witch. Nia becomes inadvertently entangled in a conflict between primordial creatures that endangers the very existence of humankind. Entombed in stone for countless years, Nia eventually emerges from her cocoon transformed, only to realize that an old god is close to awakening and destroying the world. Priest’s haunting lyricism and graceful narrative are complemented by the solemn, cynical thematic undercurrents with a tangible gravity and depth. This is arguably her most ambitious—and accomplished—work to date. –Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

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Patricia Rosemoor’s Christmas Delivery, part of the Jenkins Cove miniseries (with Christmas Spirit by Rebecca York and Christmas Awakening by Ann Voss Peterson).

Thirteen years ago, teenagers Simon Shea and Lexie Thornton were set to elope, but Simon died after a night of lovemaking in the woods. Or did he? Suddenly, Simon is standing in front of Lexie, a changed man, insisting she needs protection and that he’s here to face down the people that wronged him. Should she believe him, or have the years damaged the sweet boy she loved? And how can she explain to her daughter that the father she never knew is alive? Patricia Rosemoor’s excellent plot, throttled-up action and touch of the supernatural make Christmas Delivery (4) an excellent read. — Romantic Times, 4 Stars!

7 responses to “happy release day

  1. Oh, are you Patricia Rosemoor’s agent? I took two classes with her several years ago, and learned a lot.

  2. Wow, Fathom looks brutal – and brilliant. I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for that one.

  3. Congratulations, Cherie and Patricia! 🙂 FATHOM sounds right up my alley. Wow. You are adding to the amount of books I’ll have to move into my new house after the wedding, Jennifer. 🙂 My future hubby thanks you in advance…lol. 😉
    ~Tyhitia
    http://obfuscationofreality.blogspot.com/

  4. Fantastic review!
    db

  5. I just picked up Fathom today (at long last! It’s been on order forever, since I heard it might be released later in the year…)
    I love her work. Can’t wait to sit down and read it. 🙂

  6. Gorgeous cover on Fathom!

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