Saturday, March 24, 2012


Jessica Cartwright should have her third novel Stolen Beauty out soon in her Fallen Grace trilogy. Hidden Splendour came out last December, and Fallen Grace is the lead off novel. She enjoys creating characters people can relate to on different levels and has achieved that in her tales.Like me when I spin a yarn, one novel is sometimes not enough to complete the story, so she expanded it to three novels. Tres cool!

Jessica lives in Sydney, Australia with her hubby.When she is not writing, Jessica enjoys cooking for her family and friends and will convene a dinner party at every opportunity. She is an avid reader and will read just about any book from the classics to murder mysteries to autobiographies and of course vampire novels.  When she is not reading or entertaining Jessica can usually be found curled up on the lounge with her husband watching crime shows on television.

A bio of Fallen Grace:

Almost 200 hundred years ago at 18 years old, Grace Kennedy was changed into a vampire. Since this time, she has become part of an elite group of vampires known as the protectors, who serve the Vampire Council. As a protector she is sworn to guard the Sempres and fight the Acelades. So when Grace is approached by Lucas Sempre, the head of the Vampire Council, for a special assignment she accepts no questions asked. Alex is the 17 year old grandson of Lucas and although born of two vampires, he is human. His birth has led the Acelades to believe that an ancient prophecy will be fulfilled. They seek to kidnap Alex to be a mate for Scarlet the granddaughter of Benedict, the head of the Acelades family. To make matters worse, Alex has no idea that his family is a powerful vampire clan. Grace’s assignment is to keep Alex safe and unaware of his true identity until he reaches the age of 18. As Grace protects Alex, their relationship blurs. Grace begins to wonder if she can keep Alex safe from the Acelades and if they can be kept safe from each other?

Love, vampires, horror, and mystery; all the makings of some great tales, my friends!

Jessica Cartwright is a Woman in Horror!



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