A paranormal romance novella.
A forgotten childhood bond. Fate brings them together again years later, but a fight to the death may tear them apart forever…
Hidden deep within Sierra Leone, West Africa is a tribe of lion shape shifters, who have survived for centuries undetected by the human world. Lance Harrold, a geologist from Austin, Texas, getting separated from his research team in the plains, ends up deep in the Sehki pride’s territory. A lioness spots him and sensing something familiar about him, she saves him from another lioness. The last thing he remembers before going into shock is that the lioness that saved him had blue eyes. When he wakes up hours later in a hospital in Freetown, he sees those same blue eyes staring back at him, only they belong to the beautiful Dr. Leonessa Kamara. Now Lance is determined to discover the truth about Leonessa at any cost, but what he finds out will change his life and hers forever.
Targeted Age Group: 20-65
Genre: Paranormal Romance
What was your inspiration for this book?
I wanted to write about Africa and I got inspired by watching the movie, Ghosts in the Darkness, a true account about the lions that were attacking workers as they worked on the railroad. Since I am a paranormal romance writer, my story was born from there!
Why did you decide to produce an audiobook?
Because I love this story and the imagery. I wanted to hear the accents of the West African People and being a southerner, I also wanted a little bit of country for my character, Lance.
How did you choose the reader for the book and the production company?
I listened to several readers, I choose ACX, it was recommended by Amazon. I heard Tony Walker's voice, and I thought he was perfect. I listen to audiobooks and the first thing that turns me off is the voice of the narrator and whether or not they connect wit h the characters. Tony's background included accents and he has actually spent time in West Africa, so it was meant to be! He is engaging and his description makes you feel like you are watching a movie or are actually apart of the story.
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