"Dark vs. Light"
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
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?
Times Book Reviews:
"Linda Thomas-Sundstrom's well-written, action-packed
stories will keep readers entertained from start to finish."
Holder - New York Times best-selling author of the Buffy the Vampire
"Trapped in Stone is a favorite... It has
an intriguing storyline, very strong characters that you feel for,
and a surprise ending. Linda hit it with this one."
"Trapped in Stone trapped me!"
The Dark Side has put a hit out on Santa Claus and sent a Recruiter
named Wanda to seal the deal. But she has to get past Santa's surprisingly
heavenly bodyguard . . .
"Linda Thomas-Sundstrom hits it again... This Dark vs Light
story has characters that grab you, a wonderfully serious/smiley
plot, and a surprisingly quirky ending that made me smile along..."
"What an enchanting story! HOT HOLIDAY is delightfully entertaining
all the way through."
Welcome to my new series of urban fantasy novels and novellas under
the heading: Dark vs Light.
It's not my usual vampires, immortals, and werewolves, but something
more . . . Another layer of the fabric of the world that caught
my attention and has taken wing. Some of these tales are dark, and
others are quirky. Two of them first appeared in GothicScapes anthologies.
I hope you'll come along on this new adventure, and then come back
again in the future for more tales about strange spirits. Fingers
are crossed that you will.
Cheers for now, and good Karma to all.