Something Wicked Cover Reveal by Carol Oates
Hey everyone! I think it’s perfect that my first post of the new year is a cover reveal for my author friend and fellow Omnific author Carol Oates!
Something Wicked Cover Reveal
Cover Reveal – January 6th, 2015
Release date – January 20th, 2015.
At the end of the 19th century, London had become a place where it didn’t matter what you were so much as what you appeared to be.
And now that you’ve got that catching line scroll down for a look at this A-MAZ-ING cover. Omnific sure knows how to do covers 🙂
Infected by the vampire virus on the streets of Dublin in 1886, the search for a cure brought Henry Clayton to London and to the brink of madness. Salvation and friendship arrived in the form of Dougal, an immortal Highlander with a devilish sense of humor and a love of life.
Amidst turmoil in vampire society, Henry returns to modern day Dublin. The Circle, a cult determined to awaken their Celtic blood god, the first vampire, is once again active.
When Henry meets a young American woman who sees past his human pretense, he fears exposure. However, his fear is overshadowed by curiosity. What is the source of the strange energy between them? Why are vampires stalking her? Determined to find answers, Henry takes Ari into his home and under his protection.
As their connection grows, Henry begins to suspect Ari isn’t what she claims to be. Their shared history may hold the answers to his uncontrollable bouts of rage and thirst. Perhaps, even a cure for his wicked blood.
Sounds good right?!?! I’m not normally much of a historical girl, but this one has me interested. Can’t wait to get my hands on it 🙂
Keep checking back and check out Carol’s pages to learn more and find out when the book goes live!!
About the Author
Carol Oates came into the world on Christmas morning, in an elevator. Raised just across the street from the childhood home of Bram Stoker, author of Dracula, it was only a matter of time before Carol’s love of all things supernatural would emerge.
She began experimenting with fiction at school and keeps the notebook containing her first unpublished novel in her desk drawer. Over three decades later, all her stories still begin life scrawled on paper.
When not writing, Carol can be found exploring history with her son. Luckily, he shares her love of old buildings, castles, and tombs.