Release Blitz, Exclusive Excerpt & Giveaway: True Knight by Patricia Logan

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Prequel to the Prosper Woods Chronicles

My name is Romeo Harmon and I’m the new sheriff of Prosper Woods, a small California town smack dab in the middle of the sequoia forest. People around here tell me the town hasn’t changed a whole hell of a lot since power lines and telephones were installed. It’s a quaint place with a movie theater that shows the old classics, a saloon with a decent choice of beer, a general store with a grumpy old coot behind the till, a gas station with a pimply young mechanic, and a bed and breakfast that attracts tourists and vacation money.

I think I’m gonna like it here.

My name is Vincent Lasco. I’ve searched a long time to find a new place to settle down. Because of what I am, I need to pull up stakes and start over every twenty years or so—before people realize that I don’t age anymore. Prosper Woods has everything a man like me could ever want. Though there aren’t many humans, it doesn’t really matter. I’m so old, I don’t need to eat very often and there’s no reason to expose myself to the locals whom I hope to call friends some day.

I think I’m gonna like it here.

There’s newcomers in town. Prosper Woods is a nice place as long as you’re passing through. I wonder how long these folks will stay once they find out what’s really going on here. Somehow…

I don’t think they’re gonna like it here.

(True Knight is the prequel to the Prosper Woods Chronicles and includes an excerpt from True Mate, the first book in the new series)

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Special Release Exclusive Excerpt:

After fifty yards, Jensen stopped, turning to us. “Now you’ll see what I am talking about.” He turned and pointed his flashlight to the ground about ten yards from us. The first thing I saw was something flesh colored and covered in blood. I realized it was a human hand as I began to walk toward it. We crept through the forest being quiet until we stopped in front of it. I crouched down and pointed my flashlight at it, noting that it appeared to have been torn from an arm which wasn’t anywhere around. It definitely looked like an animal attack to me. When I stood up, Sally, standing beside me, had her head back and she seemed to be sniffing the air. When she finally turned to look at me, she appeared startled that I’d caught her in the act. “Smells like blood,” she said, shrugging. I deliberately sniffed the air and she was right. There was a strong coppery scent of blood in the air. The man—and I assumed it was male from the hand—probably had been killed here. “There’s more,” Sheriff Jensen said from about ten feet away. His flashlight pointed to the ground and we walked over. On the ground in front of him was a second hand, severed from the arm in precisely the same place at the wrist, and in the same manner… torn off, not cut with a blade. I was now certain our medical examiner would be finding teeth marks in the exposed bone. I still wasn’t convinced this was anything other than an animal attack. “Come on. I’ll show you the rest,” Jensen said. We followed him about twenty feet away and I stopped, once again squatting to look at a severed foot, still in a dilapidated hiking boot. It looked much the same. Ten feet from that, rounding out the square, was a second foot though this one was shoeless. Only a filthy tube sock hung from the big toe. “And finding four body parts at the corners of a perfect square is what screamed murder and not animal attack in my mind,” Jensen said. He pointed his flashlight at a tree stump in the center of the square. I’d walked right by it focused on where he was leading us with his flashlight in the dark as we discovered the hands and feet. Now as I added the beam of my own flashlight to his, the head of an older man sitting on the stump of a fallen tree almost made me jump back. It had been placed on the stump. There was no two ways about it. It had been left there by human hands. No animal would have left something as tempting as a head with a juicy brain inside its skull.
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About the Author:

International bestselling author Patricia Logan, resides in Los Angeles, California. The author of several #1 bestselling erotic romances in English, Italian, French, and Spanish lives in a small house with a large family. When she’s not writing her next thriller romance, she’s watching her grandchildren grow up way too soon, and raising kids who make her proud every day. One of her favorite tasks is coaxing nose kisses from cats who insist on flopping on her keyboard while she tries to type. She counts herself lucky to be surrounded by people who love her and give her stories to tell every day.

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