Friday, 13 May 2011

Price of Admission and The Taming of the Werewolf by Sylvia Shults

 Price of Admission and The Taming of the Werewolf

Music touches our hearts, molds our lives, strengthens our souls. For Jessica Taylor, though, life has become monotonous, a simple tune played over and over to the point of exhaustion. Then she meets Max, a gifted musician, who brings the melody back into her life. But Max is hiding his own the fact that he’s a three-hundred-year-old immortal. It’s the power of music that gives Max his eternal youth, and the power of music that draws Max and Jessica closer together. But as Jessica finds herself falling for Max, circumstances threaten to destroy their newfound happiness. Ghosts from Max’s long past return to haunt them both. Will the secrets of Max’s past drive them apart? What chance does a mortal woman have to gain the love of an immortal? Will the price of admission be more than either of them can bear?
The Taming of the Werewolf: 
What a hoot ...  Price of Admission and The Taming of the Werewolf is a mistress of mashups! The Taming of the Werewolf is highly recommended for anyone who has ever wondered how Shakespeare would have handled werewolves. Great fun!"  -- Vicki Lewis Thompson, New York Times bestselling author of A Werewolf in Manhattan
Sylvia Shults

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"Sylvia Shults is the princess of darkness, a mistress of malevolent miracles...and her lean, mean prose will keep your nightlight on well past your bedtime. Highly recommended." -- Jay Bonansinga, national bestselling author of FROZEN, TWISTED, and THE SINKING OF THE EASTLAND

"Price of Admission is beautifully composed, brilliantly executed. Sylvia Shults plays upon the English language, like a master musician on a fine-tuned instrument." -- Andrea Jones, award-winning author of HOOK & JILL

annmarie: i am lucky enough to have the chance to read both books once i have read them ill post me review :D

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