Australian Feature Author of the Month- September

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Welcome to Our New Australian Feature Author of September

Bio

Rachel was born and raised in North, East, England before she moved to New Zealand in 2008. She now lives in Queensland Australia with her husband and two children plus the family dog and horse.
She is the author of Paranormal Romance Series ‘The Deadwood Hunter’ Book 1 ‘LEXIA’ is out now and Book 2 is due for release December 2013.
Rachel would love to hear from you, find her at rmraithby.blogspot.com.au or email her at rachelmraithby@gmail.com.

Author web links:
rmraithby.blogspot.com.au

https://www.facebook.com/RachelMRaithby
http://www.goodreads.com/RachelMRaithby

https://twitter.com/Rach1986UK

Title: Lexia

Price: currently 99 cents

Author: Rachel Raithby

Release Date: July 2013

Genre: Paranormal

Lexia thought she was normal, ordinary…

Lincoln thought he’d spend the rest of his life seeking revenge…

What would you do if the person you loved was your enemy?

When Lexia snuck out one night to go to a party, she hardly expected to be attacked by vampires. Much less be able to kill them with her bare hands.

That night triggers events Lexia can’t escape and soon she struggles to keep up a facade around her friends and family.

And then there’s Lincoln; she finds herself irresistibly drawn to him. But Lexia senses he wants something more dangerous than a simple romance.

Lincoln has secrets and what she learns changes her life forever.

A story of love, loss and betrayal.

Only one thing is certain, Lexia and Lincoln’s lives will never be the same again.

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6 thoughts on “Australian Feature Author of the Month- September

  1. I have seen this book around before, but didn’t realise a fellow Aussie was the author!! Thanks for bringing it to my attention!! I hope you are enjoying it, will be back for your review, that’s for sure!!

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