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March 1, 2013

Jennifer Loiske: The Book That Wasn't Suppose to be Written

Today I’m gonna tell you a bit about the book I wasn’t supposed to write or better yet, let the main character, Samantha Green, enlighten you as to what happened to her and how she felt about it. So here you go, CLUB NUMBER FIVE, a vampire story that I had sworn not to write and which somehow became the first book in a trilogy called Immortal Blood

This is so typical! She always makes me do the hard work. Oh, well, here goes, all or nothing. My name is Samantha Green. Or Sam as my friends like to call me and a while ago I woke up with two nice fang marks on my neck. So rule number one, do not ever follow a guy, no matter how hot he is, down a dark alley in the middle of the night. Yeah, you guessed right. That would be me who broke that rule and look where it got me. That particular night I followed a guy name Jonathan Blake, as I wanted to make sure he would know that I actually existed. And yes, before you say anything, I promise, you would’ve followed him too.

Jonathan is a bad boy with a body I could die for. Oh, yeah. His clear blue eyes, slow smile and almost six and half feet body covered in black leather makes my knees wobble and butterflies flicker in my lower belly and I can’t even start to describe how annoyed he made me by totally ignoring me. I mean, how hard would it be to say “hi” and give me one of his rare smiles? But no. He just sat next to me, went to the same classes and pretended I did not exist. So, did stalking and following him do me any good? Nope. He had disappeared into this mysterious club and I was left alone in the dark alley. And seriously, I have no clue what happened to me. Except that someone or something had bitten me and since then I started to eat my meatballs raw and drink something that definitely is not strawberry juice.

Okay, now you think I’m a whiner as there sure are some benefits in being the top of the food chain. Immortality for example. That is if you don’t run into the fire or bump into the devious hunters who want nothing but to chop you up and stuff you into the burning oven, which, by the way is a good possibility as I’m packed with bad attitude and a habit to get in trouble. And definitely my new posh looks. I hadn’t been any ugly duck before, but now I look like one of those Victoria’s secret models whose bodies I had always secretly been jealous of. So no wonder that I have to shoo guys away with both my hands. But and this is a big but, there is always a down side too. Like my best friend turning against me. Okay, that was only temporarily, until she came around and offered to be my snack, but it still sucked. And the fact that I discovered Jonathan has fangs too but obviously he’s not the one who bit me. So, who did? No idea. But, his highness does talk to me now and you’d think I’d be all aahs and oohs, but no. That would be too easy as I discovered that Jonathan is not the only fish in the sea and some of the other fishes are, I can’t believe I’m saying this, but yes, some of them are even hotter than him.

So, if you want to read more about my twisted love life and be a part of my new world, full of secrets, smoking hot guys and me being chased around the city, only because I have fangs, feel free to download my story or grab a copy and curl onto the couch with it. I hope you enjoy it as much as my creator did. And no, this time I’m not talking about that douche who bit me but the woman who wrote the story.

About the Author:

Jennifer Loiske lives in Finland in Naantali, which is a small sunny town on the southwest coast. She has written five books and four of them can be found on Amazon worldwide. She has three different series, Shape Shifter series for YA readers, Immortal Blood series for Mature YA readers and McLean Twins series for Teen/YA readers. The first book of McLean Twins series, BLACK DIAMOND, was just released on January 2013. Jennifer is a workaholic author who is always writing. If she’s not writing blog posts to her own blog, guest post to other blogs, articles to the magazines or her novels she can be found in the forest with her two dogs or surprise, surprise…reading PR stories. She’s also very keen on charity work and a big part of her royalties goes to the charity; mainly to help families with epileptic children but also to the epilepsy units in the hospitals. She has also just published a charity book (all profits go to charity), THE TALES OF AN OLD WIZARD with four other writers.
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  1. Thank you for having me here. I really had fun writing this post!