Title: Hidden Secrets
Author: Angee Taylor
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Rose has been struggling for years to find out about the mysterious illness that’s killing her. She’s decided to end her life after one last trip to the French Quarter…Her plans go awry when the sexy Caleb Glasson, who carries a dark secret, saunters into her life. She discovers that she’s not what she appears to be, to rest of the world. The only man that can unlock that secret is dead at Caleb’s hand. The most startling epiphany is that she has latent powers that will emerge in a haunting thrilling story that will answer all of her questions.
I was born in Houston, Texas to a troubled family. My mother and father separated, I lived with my mother who later remarried to a wonderful man. We moved around a lot until we settled down in Deep East Texas. I married at a young age had my son two years later, my marriage was troubled. I later got divorced and have been raising my son as a single mom ever since. In 2006 I was diagnosed with a very rare disease, since then I have fought a battle to live a normal life and I am succeeding. I work full time as a nurse in a nontraditional setting, I see things most people can't imagine and will never see in their lives. I fight to save peoples lives, sometimes I lose sometimes I win. It is the emotional roller coaster of that job that led me to writing, I am able to put those emotions into my characters and let them out of my heart and soul.
What a sight she thought they were in violation of every vampire lore out there. They were awake during the day, driving a convertible with the roof down, enjoying the sunshine through their dark glasses, of course. The wind made conversation hard and she was grateful. She didn’t know what to say and didn’t know if she could stand to hear what he had to say. The car ride would only last so long. She had to pull herself together. By the time, they arrived at the airport she had reined her emotions in and was ready for anything he could throw at her. Thanks to private airports and no security, she had been able to keep her knives. As they boarded the plane Caleb asked, “Where to? The pilot needs to know where he can file a flight plan.”
Rose took a deep breath and let it out. “I guess that depends on what it is you have to tell me. I call Vegas home. I left stuff at the hotel in Shreveport, Dallas is somewhat like a second home, and all New Orleans holds for me is the memory of you and Magura. So you choose between Vegas or Dallas I don’t care.”
“John, we will be headed to Vegas,” Caleb said into the phone, “We would like to be airborne as soon as possible.” The phone closed and he turned to her, “I had your hotel room packed up it’s in the cargo area. I think Vegas will be the better choice. We won’t have any problems fitting in there.” He smiled, lighting up his eyes.