Book Spotlight: Immortal Obsession by Denise K. Rago

Steps away from Central Park, among careworn books and paintings, the vampire Christian Du Mauré quietly watches over two modern mortals. Amanda and Ryan are the last two descendants of a painful affair Christian had more than two centuries ago with a mortal aristocrat in Paris. On the eve of revolution, he made a promise to his dying lover that he would secure their safety without ever involving them in his world.

When Immortal Obsession begins, Christian’s promise is intact; his young ancestors suspect nothing of their origin. Amanda’s life is happily predictable: she landed her childhood dream job working for New York’s monolithic Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she unites her fascination with Revolution-era Paris and her abiding love of art. During one late night at work, Amanda is roused by an unexpected phone call. Her brother Ryan urgently needs her help; can she come right away? Against her better judgment, she rushes to meet him in Central Park—and unwittingly becomes entangled in a world she never imagined was real.

Author Bio:

Denise K. Rago - Morris Plains, NJ I am a lover of reading, writing, art museums, the French Revolution and vampires, all of which tie into my first novel, Immortal Obsession. In addition to writing, I have the privilege of working in a private, non-profit school which has an amazing staff who work with special needs children. I do not teach but I work in the business office. I live in the New York metropolitan area with my family.

Please visit my website at www.denisekrago.com to purchase Immortal Obsession, read excerpts, reviews, author interviews and guest posts. I would be remiss if I did not mention the importance of supporting local book stores and the role they play in our communities. There is room for the huge corporate chains, e-books, Indie Author websites and local book shops. Please utilize them so they remain with us.

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