Friday, February 5, 2016
Soulless Nights Author: Virginia Johnson
Author: Virginia Johnson
Genre: Dark Romance
Release: 6th February
Host - Hooked on books & Cherry0Blossoms Promotions
Mature Audiences - May contain sensitive content
Deep in the city, where we've been taught to avoid the dark corners and alleys, monsters lurk within the weak cracks of our human emotions, waiting for the chance to break in.
With the loss of his grandfather, William runs to the streets without family or the knowledge of wealth he's left behind. Spending years begging for food and money, William has learned the secrets that the city keeps hidden, making him one of the most versatile detectives the department has ever seen.
Losing the love of his life, with nothing more than a letter saying she's sorry and spending five years tracking her, William has learned that she has entered the world where sex and money can make you very successful or may very well kill you in the process.
Kathryn has spent seven years on the streets, leaving behind her addicted, abusive mother and her sexual predator boyfriends. William proves to be the light she's been longing for but when darkness shadows the truth she's left to return to the streets in hiding with fear of the lies she's faced with.
Kathryn must decide, work for Xander and sell her soul for sex or face the demons of her past and hope William understands she's never forgotten him.
Virginia is a writer, reader and reviewer. She resides in Minnesota with her husband of fifteen years and their two wonderful children.
While not writing, Virginia works full-time in the Optical industry. She has a college diploma for small business management, marketing and gained certification as a Professional Wedding Planner.
Given many opportunities to break the stereotype, Virginia has paved the way for girls and women alike to do whatever they want. With practice and support, you can do anything you put your mind to. She mastered the art of music at a young age, learning to play dozens of musical instruments before graduating high school.
She was a pioneer in the sport of Women’s Wrestling, winning a state
championship in 1998. A few years later, she was crowned Rice Street Royalty in St. Paul.
Virginia has recently been introduced to the writing world. Her favorites include Wendy Stenzel-Oleston, Yolanda Olson, Jennifer L. Allen, Bryce Calderwood, Sara Preston, Ariel Marie, and Sydnee Dean.
All of these wonderful people had a part, with or without knowledge, of inspiring this new