Book Tour: Tales From the Hollow

Tales From the Hollow
by Cecile Teller and Fae Harlow
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Tales from the Hollow is a collection of two novellas that take place in
the town of Fey Hollow.


Blood Falls
by Fae Harlow
Vampire Christopher Brandon keeps mortal Hazel Abbot at a comfortable
distance. The accident-prone human is an unlikely potential, and
while he can’t allow her to come to harm, he’s desperate to maintain
the space between them. When danger begins to stalk Fey Hollow and
Hazel appears to be at its center, they must trust in the bond they
share or risk losing more than their lives.

 

Blood, Skin, and Bones
by Cecile Tellier
Crow shifter Odoacer has spent the last twenty five years working and
living in Fey Hollow. Despite the usual Vampire presence he has had
no excitement other than collecting his valuable treasures. That is
until he meets Sive during the Hollow’s supernatural holiday
gathering. Part Witch, Part Vampire, and all trouble she has come to
town to celebrate and inadvertently may have brought chaos down on
all Odoacer holds dear. Together they will work together to combat a
darkness that is threatening to take over the town, and possibly find
more than they bargained for in each other, if they can survive.
Cecile Tellier holds Masters degrees in Special Education as well as
Criminal Justice: Law. She lives in upstate NY with her husband and
two children. She got her start in writing as early as high school
and has been published in poetry anthologies and freelance erotica .
Cecile is part of a wonderfully supportive critique group lovingly
referred to as the Round Robbins. Cecile believes that everything in
life that can be accomplished should and has endeavored to live up to
this whether it was starting a flat track Roller Derby league or
writing the next great romance novel.
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for exclusive excerpts, guest posts and a giveaway!

 

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