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Monday, September 30, 2013

Spotlight: Trapped In Stone (Dark vs. Light) by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom + giveaway

Trapped In Stone (Dark vs. Light) 
By: Linda Thomas-Sundstrom
Released: August 30, 2013

The forces of Good and Evil are vying for the soul of one man on top of Notre Dame Cathedral. A woman who loves him has vowed to change his fate . . .Her lover's soul is at stake . . . She has vowed to change his fate. 

Tristan is trapped in a grotesque stone form on Notre Dame Cathedral's Galley of Chimeras for 364 days a year, only to be freed on the 365th. He has only one night to breathe again, regain his human shape, and find a replacement for himself from the busy night-time streets of Paris. But there are obstacles - some of them his dark neighbors on that rooftop. Some are worse than that. And then there is Izzy, the woman he loves, and who has stood beside him, awaiting his very few hours of freedom. Will Tristan make it this year? How many times has he failed? Time has stood still for Tristan, but how long will his lover wait for him, confusing both sides of the Afterlife in what is actually a masterminded battle for his soul . . . and hers?

this is the pic of Tristan Linda posted to her FB page
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About the Author:
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Linda Thomas-Sundstrom is an award-winning author of paranormal romance novels and novellas, with books published by Kensington Brava, Dorchester, Amazon Montlake, and Harlequin Nocturne.

Linda lives in the west, and is a teacher by day and a writer by night. She lives with her family on a ranch, and truly believes that "paranormal" is her middle name.

A fan of all things gothic, Linda writes fast-paced, atmospheric paranormal and urban fantasy romances that tweak the genre into tasty, sexy, believable fare. More than anything, she hopes you'll come along on this wild, wonderful ride with her.



19 comments:

  1. There are many things to do for a lover trapped in stone. First, I'd find a way to bring him inside and protect him from the humiliation of bird poo, if at all possible. I would certainly read to him - erotica might not be so great since he'd already be in a painful state - but I would read many things, as well as bath him lovingly with warm, scented water. I would share a variety of music with him, and also talk to him. This wouldn't be strange for me, since I already talk to my computer. michelle_willms@yahoo.com

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    1. lol, you put a lot of thought into this... scary, but I like it!

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  2. I'd tried to be as supportive as possible for 95% of the time. I might also complain a bit about things he might not want to hear since I've got a captive audience the other 5%. I mean, I am human!

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    1. LOL. Trap a man in stone and then read him the riot act? Is that it, Donna? Priceless!!!
      Thanks for the chuckle for today. Happy Tuesday!

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  3. I love the clean the pigeon poop comment. I think I'd hang out with him while I read. Maybe even read to him but nothing too hot - that would be cruel.

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    1. I have a photo of Tristan trapped in Stone on my FB page. Check it out - scroll down to see it. Even in stone he looks... YUMMY.
      Hello Victoria!

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    2. found it! gonna include it in the post...

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  4. Hopefully my gargoyle lover would have a great sense of humor. I'd amuse him and me and decorate him with christmas lights, tinsel or maybe even some of the latest and coolest fashions :) I'd also probably read to him a lot.

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    1. You guys are a hoot. Wait til he comes out, though. And guess who's behind him? That big bad thing of your worst nightmare . . . Le Stryge!

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  5. I'd have to put a cover over him first cause pigeon poo is definitely a turn off. I'd read to him and tell him about my day. Since he's probably the only man who would actually be listening since he has no choice. :)

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    1. Yep. Captive audience seems to be a theme here. :)
      Haaaa......

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  6. But..... Note about "Trapped in Stone" = Tristan's lover is no wimp, either. She has more or less sold her soul in order to stand by him... all this time. Now THAT is true love. Right?

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  7. I would probably just tell him about my day and try to keep him current.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment, Meghan. Happy Thursday!
      Linda

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  8. Not sure this book is not too dark for my tastes, but I do enjoy the comments :) I would try to find a way to break the curse or spell or whatever, and indeed, keep him clean as well as possible. But honestly? I would give up after a few years and move on ...

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    1. Harsh. So do you like it dark (like me) or do you prefer books on the lighter side?

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    2. That totally depends on the author. If they can enthrall me with the story itself, it can become darker than I usually like. And some books/series are just not for me.

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    3. Aurian.... my things are usually a bit on the quirky side. Maybe the November release of HOT HOLIDAY will be more up your alley.... it's got a talking elevator... LOL. It releases on Nov 1 or 2. Thanks for the comment! Happy day!
      Linda

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