It's Six Sentence Sunday time again!  I'm sharing a clip from my forthcoming book, Doomed to Torment, the sixth in the Inherited Damnation series.  It releases October 17th!


Anguish broke him. With an unsteady hand he touched Camille’s pretty face. She’d loved Thomas so
much. Loved them both to fathomless limits. And while Angus had overcome grief, he was denying his
son the tangible evidence of the love he had once cherished, all opportunity of ever knowing his mother. Camille wouldn’t want Thomas to forget any more than Angus wanted him to remember.

“I don’t know what to do, Cami,” he whispered as a fine sheen of moisture blurred his vision.


Doomed to Torment
Inherited Damnation, Book VI

Isolde McLaine left Hatherly Hall and its darkly handsome owner Angus Shaw to escape her incubus father's curse. But when word reaches her that Angus is selling the piece of British history, she returns to talk sense into him. Little does she realized that returning to England will throw her into her sire's vile world and leave her fighting not just her heart and the danger of falling in love but battling to save Angus's son's life.

For three and a half months, Angus has done his best to put Isolde and the one unforgettable kiss they shared behind him. Yet when she returns, scolding him for selling his deceased wife's estate, he's sharply reminded of the passion she awakens inside him. Yet as Isolde pushes for him to leave his son's legacy intact, their battle of wills provokes far more than just desire. His son's nightmares have returned. And Isolde triggered the hellish dreams.

Torn between protecting his child and the love he feels for Isolde, Angus must find the strength to trust in Isolde before her demonic sire claims his son.


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4 Responses so far.

  1. Heart-breaking. :(

  2. Great anguish in these six sentences. Leaves me wondering what he *will* do.

  3. That's very good. Poignant and informative.

  4. Complicated stuff. I love the vulnerability in his words. Thanks for sharing!

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