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Urban fantasy author Elle J. Rossi on EBONY TIDE on Authors on the Air

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Authors on the Air host Pam Stack is excited to welcome urban fantasy author and graphic artist (book jacket designer) ELLE J, ROSSI to discuss her latest "Josie Hawk" book, EBONY TIDE.  Elle is the cover designer for "BETRAYED, the anthology published by the Authors on the Air Press.  She also contributed a delicious steamy short story.

The Official bio:  Elle was a full time singer she was able to lose herself in a thousand different songs in a hundred different places.  Overly fond of the happily ever after, she wondered what it would be like to have her own characters lead her down dark and twisted paths. The very first word on the very first page sealed her fate. Now along with weaving haunting tales about the journey to love, she's creating cover art for authors around the world.  For fun, she cranks country music to take her back to her roots, and sings karaoke anytime she gets a chance. 

About  EBONY TIDE:  Musicians aren't the only ones walking the streets of Nashville...       Huntress Josie Hawk has her hands full struggling to return her city to peace and safety, and no patience for her narrow-minded father, who has shown up with vows to kill her vampire lover.        Now a killer has come to town and the body count is rising. This latest enemy is breathing down her neck, taunting her, forcing her to remember the darkest time of her life.  The police-enforced curfew is sending the city into an uproar. Tensions among magical creatures are running high and growing bloodier by the day. Can Josie keep her city from imploding even when she doesn’t recognize her own reflection?     From the darkest depths of the underworld comes a paranormal thriller both sexy and compelling, and may leave Josie better off dead.