Just Ink Press is happy and proud to announce that R.C. Murphy‘s novel ENSLAVED releases TODAY. Despite Deryck’s belligerence in answering questions on Tuesday for our Character Interview day, and RC’s drool all over her own cover, we did it. It’s here! *ahem* What’s causing the overstimulated saliva glands? LOOK for yourself!
It’s been nothing but incubi around here and let me tell you, they’re quite the unruly bunch with a lot of women around. Now you see why RC became more than a little distracted. Can’t blame her, really. What? I can’t help it. Deryck’s hot. And an incubus. Did I mention hot?
Okay, okay. We all know a book is more than its cover. What’s inside is important, as well. How much do you want Enslaved sitting on your kindle? A. Lot. And more. Seriously. *looks around* Okay, Jinxie isn’t looking, so I’ll tell you a secret. Amazon released it out of draft mode early AND I BOUGHT IT. That’s right. A whole day early. That’s how good it is.
Don’t want to take my word for it? Fine, fine. This blurb should pique your interest:
The gods are flawed . . . and they make awful parents.
Deryck knows first-hand the cruelty of the gods. Three thousand years after his birth, he is still trapped, forced to service humans as an Incubus—unable to choose whom he sleeps with, and living a life completely devoid of love. There is no out for him. No hope. Or so he thought.
Shayla McIntire spent five years getting her life back on track after the accident claiming her husband’s life. She is content to a nice, boring, subdued life free of the abuse she suffered before. Her friends are worried. They want her to find the man of her dreams and move on.
Little do they know, the Powers That Be have decided the man of Shayla’s dreams for her. There’s just one hitch, he’s enslaved to the gods and it will take power she doesn’t know she has to free him. Deryck isn’t the only one hoping Shayla will free him, though.
Now, doesn’t that make you want . . . to . . . buy? You want to buy it and READ it. Then you want to tell all your friends how incredibly awesome and well written it is—don’t forget to mention the vivid imagery. It will rock your socks off.
So, get your favorite drink, a snack or two, and pull up a cushion because you won’t want to put it down!
R.C. Murphy spends nights writing urban fantasy novels and a slew of short stories for her blog, The Path of a Struggling Writer. By day she is a not so mild-mannered housewife wrangling vampires, demons, and various other nasty creatures. R.C. is a commander with the Zombie Survival Crew where she writes reviews, as well as articles on important survival skills.