Black Roses

Black Roses

Created on: Aug-04-2017   Last updated: Aug-04-2017

 

8.5" x 11" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Thick Book
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12th Century

An ever-growing family goes in search of a better life.

Starting their new life in a village they have built, they are happy…

Until someone lingers in the shadows, waiting to make a move that will change them forever.

21st Century

Violet Adams, a girl who is happy with her life... isn't she?

In search for her mother, in search for the truth, she falls... hard. Before him, she had nothing. Before her, he had nothing. Now, they are each other's everything.

Katherine…

She controls everything around them. Wherever she goes, there is bloodshed, fear, death, and pure evil. She will spare no one in the search for her perfect hybrid plaything.

‘Black Roses’ will rip out your heart, and make you eat it – but no one would ever do that, right? No. Well, not unless your name is Katherine…

 
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I am Emily May. A simple 19 year old trying to bring her dreams to life using a pen and paper.

Born and raised in Australia. I found my passion for the written word at the age of 9. It all started with a Koala and his Lizard friend. My fourth grade class loved it. I do not remember much of that story, other then the fact I named all my characters after Harry Potter characters and all of them were animals found in the outback.

I am extremely fond of my family and the close group of friends I have. They have helped me, motivated me and inspired me in ways they could never fully understand. I am grateful for every single soul in my life, for they have aided in my self discovery. Without these few people, I would not be the person nor the writer that I am today.

I may be young, but my soul has aged beyond my years. I do not see the world through the eyes of a teenager, I see the world through the eyes of every character, both imaginative and literal, who have entered my life.