Friday, March 16, 2012

Trina M. Lee writes in a style that says: FLOW, FLOW, FLOW. This is my kind of writing. There are no jerky sentences connected by mere periods. This talented author knows how to use all the tricks of the trade. She has studied the craft. Go to Amazon and read the free sample section and you'll see what I mean. Colons, semi-colons, and commas are used to blend everything together to provide a rich reading experience.

As literary as her writings are, they are also, dark, gritty, and violent. Her paranormal fiction blends eroticism and horror well. Vampires and werewolves are her world. As long as we have writers like her, don't tell me these grand monsters are on the way out.

Ms. Lee combines horror, eroticism and violence in one heady concoction that has me wanting more."

"A delicious walk to the really dark and wild side. If you think the current trend of romantic urban fantasy is too sanitized ... vampires who won't drink blood & werewolves who won't eat meat, take a look at this one."

"Lee beautifully explores the dual-sided nature of Alexa's existence as a werewolf." --Bitten By Books

A description of Once Bitten follows:

Alexa O'Brien has never been like other people. A deadly assassin, she is a werewolf with extraordinary power. Power that fiercely draws her to Arys, a mysterious vampire who awakens her dark side. What they create together is dangerous and binding, forcing her to question the source of her abilities. She risks losing her remaining humanity as well as the one man she dares to love.

When Alexa's womanizing former lover and pack Alpha is framed for murder, he turns to her for help. She would like nothing more than to watch karma at work but as the body count rises, long buried secrets are exposed. Alexa is forced to face the painful truth that not everyone is who she thinks they are. Not even her.

The really good news is that there are four novels in the Huntress series of which Once Bitten is the first.
Buy Trina's great books! She has a lot to offer! Her blog and website are superb, too!

Trina M. Lee is a Woman in Horror!



  1. Thanks for the tip, Blaze. I have seen this author on some of the social networks, but have yet to partake of her writing. Armed with your recommendation, I'll have to make time for her.
    By the way, I'm headed to the treadmill now. Damn raisins! ;)


  2. She's a fantastic author, Jimmy!

    Watch those raisins!