on 17 March 2013
Charlotte is on the run from a stalker. She has sent her mother to safety and is herself heading for a small mining town where she believes she will be safe. But no sooner has she settled down in the train than a different kind of man comes along to disturb her, a man who is altogether too good-looking and too sure of himself. But this is exactly the wrong time to be even thinking about a romantic dalliance. She has to deal with her problem on her own. There is no-one she can trust and no-one who would believe her if she told them who had been following her for a year. If she told them she was being stalked by a vampire!
This is the opening scene of Mist and Midnight, and it just gets more exciting as it goes along.
This story is an introduction to Ms Ridgewood's Talbot Trilogy and an ideal way to explore her writing.
Ridgewood is one of the most talented authors I have come across in a long time. Her plots are gripping, her characters utterly believable and her use of language is impeccable -so refreshing in these days when nobody seems to think it matters any more.
I can't wait to read the next instalment!