(following Excerpt care of Sugar and Spice Press)
Unemployed museum curator Lily Redway responds to an advertisement in the newspaper, thinking she is applying for a job. On the other side of that small, black-and-white box awaits two things: a fantasy world come to life, and a man named Rowan Keir.
Rowan is a man with many secrets. He is a shape-shifter, a descendent of old world mythology, and the guardian of a rare and valuable Nordic artifact. He is also being hunted by the god Loki and has spent the last six-hundred years outsmarting and outrunning him.
With the fury of Asgard on Rowan’s trail, Lily finds herself caught up in a real-life fantasy story, a love triangle, and an ages-old war that pitches her into a different world and one very hard truth:
All is fair in love and war.
About S. H. Roddey
Before she could read, Roddey liked to make up stories. To hear her mother talk, those little squiggles all over every scrap of paper in the house were real words, and she could tell anyone who asked exactly what they said. She has always lived in another dimension, far apart from the real world and the boredom it holds.
From a very early age she found herself drawn into dark worlds filled with mystery and intrigue. By age ten she was reading every horror novel she could steal from her brothers, and in high school she was rarely the life of the party with her terrifying tales that left her peers sleeping with the lights on for weeks at a time.
And not much has changed since then. Left to her own devices, she plots interesting ways to seduce, frighten, and destroy. She writes other things under other names, but those names choose to keep themselves anonymous for fear that bad things might befall them.
For more information on Roddey, her imagination, and the things she writes, look for her in these places:
Facebook Author Page: http://www.facebook.com/
Punk You Horror Blog: http://splatterpunkyou.blogspot.com