June 3rd, 2011
Book of the Day: Night Falls Darkly

Winner of yesterday’s book is Cathy M., who said, “I just finished reading Kiss of Snow by Nalini Singh and absolutely loved it. I’ve got my daughter in law hooked on this series and she has the pleasure of reading it next.”

Today’s book….

Death is inevitable.

But there are some souls, more wicked and disobedient than most, who defy Death’s claim.

Rebellious souls who must be called to heel.

ARCHER, Lord Black, returns to England at the behest of Queen Victoria to immerse himself in the dark, hellish streets of London’s East End. Among the immortal Shadow Guard, he is the most prolific and cunning of the Reclaimers. He revels in the hunt of his current prey: an ill-mannered, reluctant soul reviled in the daily newspapers as Jack the Ripper. Archer has only one weakness … one distraction … the young woman he spared from death two years before.

ELENA WHITNEY has never wanted for anything — not since coming under the protection of her mysterious and absent guardian, Lord Black, who has gifted her with everything a young woman of quality could ever hope for, including an enviable address, an unlimited income and entrée into the drawing rooms of high society. But now, after nearly two years of indifference, he believes he can sweep into her life and rid himself of her by marrying her off. If he knew anything about her — anything at all — he’d know she had greater aspirations than that.

Answer in the comments for a shot at a copy of Night Falls Darkly. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow to see if you won.

I’m headed off to Lori Foster’s Get Together in Cincinnati today. Do you ever attend writer/readers cons? If so, which ones? If not, ever want to go to one?

61 comments to “Book of the Day: Night Falls Darkly”

  1. I have never been to a reader/writer con but I want to. The reader/writer con I really, really want to attend is the RT Convention.


  2. I’ve heard about this author, but haven’t tried anything by her yet. I’m curious.

    As for conferences, I’ve been to ones, but not reader/author ones.


  3. I’ve never had a chance to go to one, but I would love it! I really wanted to go to RWA this year, at least for the huge day of author signings. i live in NPA, and I’m only about 2 hours from NYC, so it woud have been very easy to go in for the day, but it’s during the time i will be away on vacation. And I have to admit, when it comes to a choice of a convention or my grandson’s birthday, he wins every time :)


  4. I have never attended one but I believe it would be an interesting experience.


  5. I’ve never attended one, but have thought about it. The timing has never worked out for me though.


  6. I have never attended a con. I am hoping that I can go to RAW this year. My fingers are crossed!


  7. I’ve never had a chance to attend, but I would love to go someday. It would be so much fun.


  8. I’ve never attended one. I’d like to check some of them out, though.


  9. I love conventions and if I had unlimited funds and time would attend at least RT and RWA every year. I have been to the Authors After Dark its first year and hope to go again next year,


  10. Oh man!!! If I lived on your side of the pond I’d want to go to ALL of them!!!!

    We did have one here in Germany which I visited three times…but it stopped! Boohoo!!

    Valerie
    in Germany


  11. I would love to attend. It would be like ‘Disneyland’ for book lovers. Our Magic Kingdom. I would make a special effort to attend if there were any within reasonable distance.