I thought I’d tease you further with an edited letter from Valarie, a reviewer who was lucky enough to get to read an early edition of the book. Her email is edited because she shares a HUGE spoiler in it and I know that none of you would want to have the book spoiled by seeing too much. So here is what Valarie wrote:
WOW! Loved it, Loved it, Loved it, and let me just say again, LOVED IT!!!!!!!!
You’re right, I never expected THAT. I loved both Rockhurst and Hermione, but I never would have guessed what Rockhurst was when you were giving me those little hints at the luncheon. The paranormal elements were perfect, and I can’t wait to see what you do to Griffin.
Although, I understand why you did it, but really, did you have to —-This is where I’ve deleted the spoiler, but if you can’t stand it, and really, really have to read what made Valarie cry, click here—–but I will forgive you this one because of the situation. That scene and the scene where Hermione—again deleted to save you, and if you still haven’t taken a peek, you can still ruin the book by clicking here—- made me cry (on the train and surrounded by people, no less).
This was (in my humble opinion) your best book.
Thanks, Val! Your email made my day. Especially the part about making you cry. I love it when I do that. I just sobbed when I wrote that scene, but made sure that I did it at home and not at Starbucks. They think I’m odd enough down there.
And for those of you who clicked through for the spoilers, what did you expect? Okay, now go spend your time reading the excerpt for Tempted by the Night and mark your calendars for August 26th. Then you can report back whether or not you cried.