May 9, 2012

Cover Copy Reveal--Angel's Ink!

OMG! I saw this in the blogosphere today and HAD to share it here too! I've been excited for this series almost as soon as The Dark Days ended! While sad to leave old characters behind I am excited for Jocelynn's new series!

And I have to say again, because it is still my FAVORITE story to tell about RT, this was RT 10 of course, but I had lunch with this incredible author that year! Along with 3 other incredible authors as well! So you can bet I'll be buying this book come October. Ugh, October, such a long wait! ;)

The series is firmly settled in the urban fantasy genre, set in what I like to call an open world (ie, everyone knows about all the other races and has for a really long time, allowing everyone to live side-by-side in a relative, occasionally strained, harmony.) Some of the races that you meet in this series include, but are not limited to: humans, elves, trolls, dwarves, pixies, werewolves, vampires, ogres, minotaurs, incubus, faeries, goblins, and many many more that are fighting to get their time on the page.

At the center of this mess is Gage Powell, a tattoo artist who owns a parlor in a sketchy little neighborhood in Low Town called Asylum. In a world that is naturally filled with magic, it only makes sense that many of the non-magic folk (like humans) could use an edge. In this world, tattoo artists aren't just tattoo artists. They are also licensed potion stirrers. For the right price, they can help you get an edge. Need courage, love, or luck? A tattoo artist can stir a potion to be placed in the ink of a tattoo that can help you achieve those things.

Unfortunately, Gage has a secret that keeps coming back to haunt him despite his attempts to keep his head down and his nose somewhat clean. Lucky for him, he had a pair of employees that help him out. The first is Bronx -- a patient troll who manages to keep a level head and his sense of humor when things get bad. The second is Trixie -- a elf who is pretending to be a human because she's got her own problems, but she still manages to make time to give Gage a hand when he needs it.

**This is Jocelynn's description of the book, not the official cover description yet.

Angel's Ink releases October 16, 2012

1 comment:

  1. This sounds really good.... definitely going on my TBR list :)


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