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About the Book
A vampire's love...
An innocent's guilt...
A secret no one could've imagined...
A paranormal romance that entices with a heroine that isn't quite what she seems, a vampire whose love story is filled with dark surprises, and a vampire clan whose Sire has lost the ability to inflict "the change".
~ ROSE ~
I'm Rose Reynolds. I have recently lost my Mom in a "freak accident".
Now everyone sees me as an innocent girl.... a “white Rose”.
But I have a secret that no one can imagine.
I'm not as innocent as everyone thinks…
~ CHRISTIAN ~
I'm Christian and I’m in love with Rose. I also have a secret as old as time.
I’m a vampire.
No, she doesn’t know…yet.
But when our new Sire is revealed, I'll petition them to change her.
Because truly, I can't live without her...
Guest Post from author Tish Thawer
I would first like to thank Aimee for hosting a stop on my blog tour. I have been a follower of her amazing blog for quite some time and am truly humbled by her review and grateful for her constructive criticism.So...with her accurate words of "less telling, more showing" ringing in my ears, I thought for today's guest post I would have some fun and show you who I would choose as my fantasy cast for Scent of a White Rose.Christian: Alex Pettyfer
Evangeline: Evangeline Lilly
Bobby: Stephen R. McQueen (with blonde hair)
Jillian: Camilla Belle
I'd love to hear who your fantasy cast is...if you have someone in mind for a particular character, let us know by leaving it in a comment below.Now don't forget to find the smoking roses and follow them to leave a comment for the Treasure Hunt. Tell me how many roses you found today and where you were when you found them. (And p.s., make sure you follow Coffee Table Reviews if you haven't already!)Thanks for playing,~ Tish Thawer
ReviewScent of a White Rose is a simple, easy and fast read. I read the whole thing in a span of an afternoon. Told from the point of view from a variety of characters, we get to see into the mind of almost the whole main group.
Ms. Thawer sets up her vampires a bit differently than everyone else. From their creation story, to who is able to make more vampires. This isn't a book where just any old vampire can bite someone and turn them. I liked that because it gave a bit of conflict for the novel. The only thing I would like to see more in the second and third book is less "telling". The characters lay everything out for the reader instead of showing the reader what is going on. But overall, it's a good read with a promising storyline.