Monday, November 4, 2013

ALL TIED UP WITH A PRETTY RIBBON OF DARKNESS ...

As wisps of wind swirl the falling crystalized snow, the holidays draw closer. Christmas magic ignites the forest glenn.

Sparkling emerald eyes peer through the multi faceted frost. An old family secret with hunger like a ravenous lion gnaws at Ribbon's soul.

A force of unparalleled and breathtaking strength whisks Ribbon into an world of great beauty. A world of mystery. A world of dark magic. THE world of Elves ….

She is followed  …

But, by whom? ...

What does he seek? …


Will Ribbon find the answers?

Or

Will the secret consume her?

Ribbon of Darkness
by

Decadent Kane

Whoa. Now this has me intrigued. Elves, Dark worlds and a sexy elf. This conjures up all kinds of thoughts. This novella, by author Decadent Kane, does feature erotica, but what a seductive mix. It is written under a penn name by one of our own lovely bloggers, Summer Ross.

Book information:
Ribbon of Darkness is set to release December 13th 2013
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~Summer Ross~
Let's give Summer all the support we can! All the best Summer! Please stop by her blog and wish her well.

Thanks everyone. I hope you all have a great Monday!

28 comments:

  1. Decadent Kane -- what a great pen name! (Summer Ross is also a great name, but I understand the need for a pen name for erotica.)

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  2. Congratulations to Summer! And yeah, great pen name.

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  3. Congrats to Summer! I love the blurb. It sounds interesting.

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  4. This sound quite interesting. Thanks for sharing it with us, Michael. Congrats to Summer! And just in time for the Holiday season.

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  5. I love the description of "emerald eyes" Michael! And cheers to the wonderfully named Decadent Kane!

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  6. Congrats Summer(Decadent Kane)
    Looks great!

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  7. Such a compelling intro and I LOVE the cover. I'm not a big fan of people/faces on covers, but just look at those eyes, who wouldn't want to know what's going on behind them. Beautifully done, Michael, and huge congratulations to Summer.

    VR Barkowski

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  8. Love the name, Ribbon, and of course, elves.

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  9. Best of luck to Summer. Stunning cover.

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  10. Very atmospheric intro. Great job. Congrats to Summer on her new venture!

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  11. Yeah for Summer! This may be the best pen name I've ever seen. And the cover is absolutely gorgeous.

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  12. Thank you everyone for your kind comments. And Michael I appreciate you letting me take over your blog for a day. You gave a beautiful introduction. Than k you ever so much.
    ~Summer

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  13. Gorgeous cover! And Decadent Kane is a delicious pen name. Love it! Congrats, Summer!

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  14. Her cover turned out so amazing! I can't wait to read the book!!

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  15. fantastic cover! love the glow of fantasy!

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  16. love the cover, very eyecatching!

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  17. PS hope you're well, Michael, you old hunk who never visits his poor little Dezzy :(

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  18. Love your cover Decadent Kane! Ribbon of Darkness sounds amazing. Hello, Michael!

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  19. i love summer ross! she knows just what she is doing!!

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  20. Nice of you to feature Summer's book, Michael! What an intriguing cover; I love the ears and hair. :) Best wishes for Summer's book!

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  21. I love the detail in the artwork. Great cover.
    Congrats to Summer!

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  22. Beautiful all around. Such gorgeous eyes.

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  23. Sexy elf indeed! Where is Legolas? Oh no... did I just reference LOTR??? I've crossed to the dark side. :)

    Beautiful cover and intro. Hope your travels are going well, Michael :)

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  24. Great pen name, and interesting premise. Wish you luck with your new book... just in time for a provocative Christmas gift. Writer’s Mark

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