updated: Feb 22, 2017
Monica O’Leary’s New Book “Darkest Honor” Is The Story Of A Romance Gone Wrong, And A Chance To Make Things Right Again, Intertwined With A Fascinating Tale Of The Macabre And The Inner Workings Of Vampire Hierarchy, Splashed With A Dash Of Humor And Droll Antics.
New York, NY, February 22, 2017 (Newswire.com)
Monica O’Leary, a cancer survivor, and gifted writer, has completed her most recent book “Darkest Honor”: a dark tale of a young love lost but rekindled many years later. Deception and intrigue plague a city in the grips of a master vampire who has found himself dealing with troublesome problems, along with the shenanigans of his lieutenants.
Monica shares that writing and publishing her novel has been a dream come true. She says, “I have overcome many obstacles and multiple battles with cancer, including ovarian cancer while writing ‘Darkest Honor’. My advice to anyone I meet—life is fragile and fleeting, so follow your dreams.”
Published by Fulton Books, Monica O’Leary’s book details the emotional ups and downs of one, Master Xanthos Greycourt.
Master Greycourt has had problems over the centuries, female problems—one of them has attempted to secretly come back, but who is she, and why has she come back?
Being a vampire master is no easy task, especially when there is a loose-lipped cop telling what he knows and he has to deal with the Abbot and Costello–style antics of his second- and third-in-command.
Which will he lose first, his mind, his heart, or his head?
Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase “Darkest Honor” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816.
Print on Demand book, but fully returnable.
Source: Fulton Books