Thursday, November 04, 2010


I’ll admit that back in Gretchenville I dreamed I might one day ride in a real limousine. I never imagined,however, that my new boss would be in the trunk, or that I would be sitting in the back with a fourhundred-year-old murderess …

Self confessed shoe addict & my dear friend Tara Moss has done it again with this new Pandora English series.

Pandora English is no ordinary small town orphan. When she's invited to
live with her mysterious Great-Aunt Celia in New York City, she seizes the
opportunity to escape her stifling hometown, break from her tragic past
and make it as a writer.

Things, however, are not what she is expecting. For starters, her greataunt's
gothic mansion is in a mist-wreathed Manhattan suburb that
doesn't appear on maps. And then there's Celia herself- a former designer
to the stars of Hollywood's Golden Age - who is elegant, unnaturally young
and always wearing a veil.

Pandora lands a job at a fashion magazine and her first assignment is
covering the A-list launch of the latest miracle cream, BloodofYouth. But
something is not right about the product, nor Athanasia, the drop-dead
beautiful face of the brand. It seems there may be a secret ingredient in BloodofYouth, a secret worth killing for...

The gal is on tour with this book & it's in stores now - go forth!

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