Saturday, April 19, 2014

Release Blitz: Running in the Dark by Inger Iversen

Title- Running in the Dark
Series- Book # 1
By- Inger Iversen
Expected Publication Date- April 19th, 2014
Published By- CHBB

Trace’s job has always revolved around death. Trace is a Watcher, a position created assist to the undead to their final resting place without alerting humans of the vampire race. Whether his job is to witness the death of a fellow vampire or deal it, Trace has learned that being a Grim Reaper isn’t what he thought it would be. After years of killing, he’s ready for a new job, a new life, or to just disappear. When Bessina becomes his new target after she witnesses the death of fellow vampires Sam and Hope, Trace is ready to eliminate her—until a strange course of events turns the tables and has Trace protecting Bessina from his boss and running for his life.

You’re insane if you think I’m getting back in that car with you!” Bessina yelled over her shoulder. She walked faster down the road. It was dark as hell out and Bessina had no clue where she was or how she was going to get home, but the thought of staying in that car was more than she could take. She was silly to think that they’d built any amount of trust. She’d been honest, while he’d held back a very important detail about their pursuers.

Her heart cracked at the look of hurt in Trace’s eyes and thundered furiously as she walked further away. Bessina glanced around the dark road, weighing her options. There was nowhere else to go except into the woods, and as angry as Bessina was, she’d made enough bad decisions. It was time for her to get her head together and get to Ohio as planned. Walking wasn’t the preferred method, but it was all she had at the moment.

“Bessina, listen to me.” Trace begged from behind her. He was closer than she’d expected.

Inger Iversen was born in 1982 to Anne and Kaii Iversen. She lives in Virginia Beach with her
overweight lap cat, Max and her tree hugging boyfriend Joshua. She spends 90 percent of her
time in Barnes and Noble and the other ten pretending not to want to be in Barnes and Noble.

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