August 28, 2015

The Lost Centurion by @momilp #RLFblog #paranormal

The Lost Centurion 
Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social media contacts for the author. Today's featured book is The Lost Centurion by Monica La Porta.

About the Book

Title The Lost Centurion
Genre Paranormal
Author Monica La Porta
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
The chains of Love are stronger than the bonds of Revenge
The Roman centurion Marcus has sworn to avenge his wife's death—even if it takes an eternity to hunt down the vampire who murdered her.
Turned immortal by a capricious god, for the last two thousand years, Marcus has been living a life devoid of love, consumed by his hatred for the vampire race. Until the night he rescues one of them, a frail newborn vampling, Diana, and she becomes his responsibility.
Tortured by his past and hunted by vampires, Marcus must choose between avenging his dead wife or saving Diana from the same man who ruined his life, only to discover that not everything is what it appears to be.

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About the Author

Monica La Porta is an Italian who landed in Seattle several years ago. Despite popular feelings about the Northwest weather, she finds the mist and the rain the perfect conditions to write. Being a strong advocate of universal acceptance and against violence in any form and shape, she is also glad to have landed precisely in Washington State. She is the author of The Ginecean Chronicles, a dystopian/science fiction series set on the planet Ginecea where women rule over a race of enslaved men and heterosexual love is considered a sin. She also published two other series: the futuristic love story across the universe, Elios & Gaia, narrated in two books; and the paranormal romance/urban fantasy series The Immortals set in Rome. Stop by her blog to read about her miniatures, sculptures, paintings, and her beloved beagle, Nero. Sometimes, she also posts about her writing.

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  1. Welcome to RLF! Love your cover.

  2. Thanks for having me, Kayelle and Nicole! And thanks for the cover love :) I truly enjoy creating covers for my books, and I spend most of my free time working on them.


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