Monday, March 17, 2014

Sallie Lundy Frommer "Yesterday's Daughter"

Yesterday’s Daughter is an emotionally laden paranormal vampire romance novel woven with layers of betrayal, love and loss. Grace Stone, who later learns her true identity is Sapphira, is a loner who survives abuse in the foster care system after being abandoned as a child.

A brilliant student, she escapes from her brutal foster parents as a teenager and creates a life for herself. But, her life is little more than existence; plagued with questions about what she really is, a family that she has never known and the never-ending need to keep her differences hidden. She is alone and lonely, believing it will always remain so until Malachi appears in her life.

Malachi, a Guardian of the vampire communities, has searched for his life mate, Sapphira, for decades. He refuses to cease searching for Sapphira even though she is believed dead by all. Conflict arises over the decades between Malachi and his family because of his refusals to accept another mate. But his very soul drives him on to continue his search, knowing that he could not exist if Sapphira were not in the world, somewhere.

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About the Author

I was born on a farm in the rural South of the USA to a family of migrant farm workers. In fact, my family is huge. Some might call it a clan...:-) I'm the youngest of 10 children. Yup, I have six brothers and three sisters. And yes, holidays are a zoo....
Anyway, at an early age, my family moved to the urban Northeast. No more running in the cotton fields for me....:-)
I now live in the suburban Northeast with my husband and a large assortment of plants. I don't have any children but as you can well imagine, I have tons of nieces and nephews.
As for becoming a writer, it kind of slipped up on me...:) I'd had the dreams for years and ignored them. After all, writers are "those" people, right? But, then the medical practice in which I worked, closed. I had more time on my hands and I just started writing. It was very cathartic. Sapphira and Malachi were very happy, as they had been trying to get me to tell their story for years.

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