A lot of fans can’t make Cons, for lots of reasons—distance, money, health, transportation, place to stay. So here, you get to see and hear me at a con, talking about Jane and her conscience. Okay – her guilt, but you have to admit that Jane sees all everything she does as win or lose, black or white, live or die, and anytime her actions result in anything other than her goals, she feels it. A lot.
Anyway, this is me talking about Jane. Broken Soul is the 8th Jane Yellowrock novel, and a lot of things start to go her way in this book – finally! (Yes. Her love life takes a turn for the good.)
I hope you enjoy the novel. And the video. And thank you Brenda Rezk for such a great quality vid! I hope you’ll check out novels, and share this will all the usual places to get in line for a small prezzie of $25 Amazon or B&N gift card.
If you can’t see/hear the video please click here. Video footage courtesy of Videographer Brenda Rezk.
Excerpt from Broken Soul:
“He looked confused and mimicked me by kicking a cut piece of two-by-four out his way. His didn’t cause any damage. “So . . . I need to solve problems, not answer questions?” He stopped at a cooler and passed me a can of Coke. He took a Mountain Dew for himself. We popped the tops and sipped as he considered my answer.
Derek led the way out the front door and partway down the steps, which had been salvaged and re-mortared from the burned original house “because they are part of history,” according to the expensive architect. We sat on a step, looking out over the property and the massed vehicles. I listened to the myriad conversations on the work space, watched a helicopter on the horizon, and saw a black SUV drive slowly past the entrance to Leo’s place. Seeing it cleared my head. “Make sure security is here all night,” I said to Derek. “Someone’s been tailing me, and might have been tailing others.”
Derek was instantly alert, and any anxiety over his lack of personnel problem-solving skills slid away. “I can put a shooter there.” He pointed across the property to the barn. “There’s a nice spotter location on top. Flat, protected from wind. We could put another guy inside the house. Talkies and we’re good to go.”
“Yeah. Do that. Now, you want to tell me what else is up? Because you’re—” I stopped dead. Spilling pissed-off pheromones. Nope. Can’t say that. “Upset.” Yeah. That would do. “More upset than just dealing with a construction site and a decorator.”
Derek frowned and studied the barn where he could put a shooter. He didn’t look at me at all when he said, “It’s this Enforcer stuff.”
“Uh-huh,” I said, drinking from my can, waiting for him to get to the point.
“How’d you deal with the blood-drinking part? And the sex part?”
I pulled in a breath that was part Coke and coughed. And coughed. Which wasn’t planned but was really handy for thinking of an answer to the sex part of the questions—which I totally had not expected. After about ten seconds’ worth of coughing, during which Derek’s face told me all sorts of things, I realized that he and Leo weren’t having sex, but that Leo had come on to him, with that whole vamp-blood-makes-it-feel good thing. This was delicate territory. And despite my win with the decorator, I wasn’t so good at delicate territory.”
Books in the Jane Yellowrock series in the order they should be read:Skinwalker
Raven Cursed Have Stakes Will Travel Death’s Rival
About Faith Hunter
Faith Hunter has written the Jane Yellowrock series and the Rogue Mage series, as well as the RPG Rogue Mage. Several of her novels have appeared on the New York Times and USA Today Bestseller lists, and she has four new books under contract. Under the pen name Gwen Hunter, she has written action adventure, mysteries, and thrillers. Under all her pen names, she has over 25 books in print in 27 countries.
Faith writes full-time and works full-time in a hospital (for the benefits). She’s a workaholic and playaholic who makes jewelry, collects orchids and bones, travels in her RV with her hubby and two dogs, and white-water kayaks. Once upon a time, she also tried to keep house and cook, but since she started writing two books a year, she may have forgotten how to turn on the appliances.Connect with Faith| Website | Blog | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads | Pinterest | Books by Faith Hunter| Reviews of Faith’s Books |CONTEST INFO:
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