"The new novel," stated Ms. Blackwood, " is a dream come true. I have been fortunate to have been given another opportunity to accomplish what I had originally set out to do, namely write this heartfelt story in one novel, as opposed to two. I feel readers will experience an entirely new awakening to what love truly means, a roller-coaster ride through immense emotions, certain to leave them reeling, and possibly viewing the loves in their life in an entirely new light."
Rusty further states, "Book trailers have become as important to the introduction and awareness of a new title fully as much as a theatrical trailer brings to an upcoming film, and I am immensely proud of the stunning trailer that introduces my new title. It captures the very essence of the story, and provides a sensual, exciting insight to what awaits the reader within the pages of the novel."
In the new novel the city of Paris, one of the most romantic places in the world, sets the scene for what could be one of the best romance novels to come along in ages. The book is peppered with drama, intrigue, deception, adultery and jealousy alike. The fictional romance centers on star-crossed lovers Joy Wychmere and Cullen Malone. A diary, lost for almost half a century, opens a door to the past and one fateful evening changes two lives forever.
Reviewers have praised the new work. Reviewer Cat Howard said, "Eternal love, finding your true soul mate, and how echoes from past lives can influence the present, this story has it all . . . " Another Reader's Favorite reviewer stated, "Enjoyable and exciting, this is a book for people who have romance flowing in their veins."
'Passions In Paris: Revelations Of A Lost Diary' is slated for release in Spring, 2013. The new video can be viewed now at Blackwood's website.
Rusty Blackwood is available for interview in the Toronto area and can be reached using the information below or by email at writerrusty@
Rusty Blackwood is a prolific Indie author of romantic fiction, short story comedies, contemporary and traditional poetry and children's books. Her first love is romantic fiction, but she crosses genres with ease.