Disclaimer: As a reader, I hate warnings underneath the blurb of books on Amazon, so I don't use them on my books. I find them exaggerated and used more as a ploy to get readers to read an over the top story and convince you that it's filled with sex, drugs, cheating, rape, ect...all those keywords that help authors sell more books.In Blow Softly, Madison was a mute prostitute. Readers felt empathy for her disability and found her strong.
In Touch Slowly, Nova loved deeply grabbing the hearts of readers because she could be your friend, sister, neighbor and you understood her decision to enter the sex trade.
And now what I want you to be aware of with the final release in the Red Light: Silver Girls series...
In Fall Gently, Roni at first does not come across as strong or endearing. She's not like your friends or neighbors. In fact, I hope you never have to meet a woman like Roni in real life. She's not scarred from childhood, she's wrecked by life. The topic covered in the story is not an easy one to read. It'll hurt. It'll upset you. It's almost too real and that will bother some readers and appeal to others. There's a lot of ugliness throughout the whole novel and at the same time, beauty.
So, there you go.
14 more days until Fall Gently releases at all retailers!