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PRLog (Press Release) – Sep. 17, 2013 – NEW YORK — Lou Garou is a tantalising story about Lindsay Willows, part pixie with vampiric tendencies due to her vampire and a fay linage. Willows, an unsuspecting kind of heroine, lives in denial that she possesses elfish charm with dark allure. That is until archetypical hero and front man in a rock band Exavier Kedmen comes to town and extracts the charisma he’s famous for out of Willows.
When it came time for the prolific Mandy Roth to choose a voice actor to narrate her debut audio book, she chose wisely. Those of us who are friends with Roth on social media accept that Mandy’s meme is the ‘80s power ballad. So I made a point of asking Rachel Vivette, voice actor from Terrestrial Media, to describe herself using two ‘80s power ballads. When Rachel replied, without hesitation “Every Rose Has Its Thorn by Poison, definitely and Lady in Red by Chris de Burgh,” I knew Mandy had struck a chord.
According to Rachel, Loup Garou’s success is due to its “Approachability of the writing combined with a fun, interesting story and believable characters.”
From the sounds of things, this will be the first of many audiobooks for Mandy Roth on Amazon’s ACX platform and it definitely won’t be the last collaboration with Terrestrial Media and Rachel Vivette.
For a sample and copy of Loup Garou audiobook.
Loup Garou (Tempting Fate Series)
by Mandy M Roth
Lindsay Willows craves a simple life. One where she can make a difference without drawing too much attention to herself. As the daughter of both a vampire and a fay, the cards were already stacked against her. Finding out she’s the supposed mate of a dark fay prince doesn’t help matters. Especially when there are those who will stop at nothing to prevent her from mating with a prince she’s never even met.
When Exavier Kedmen, the incredibly sexy front man for a world-famous band, shows up wanting her to go back to a field she left three years ago, she can’t explain the strong feelings that surface for a man she barely knows. Lindsay finds herself confronting demons from her past, coming to terms with the ones in the present and finally looking forward to a future with the man she was created for. And she discovers evil doesn’t care who it hurts to obtain its goals but even the evilest of things fear something, or in the case of Exavier, someone.
WARNING: This book contains hot, explicit sex and violence explained with contemporary, graphic language.