Cover Shot! Mirror Maze by Michaele Jordan

This Pyr release looks so good!  It has a demon, a curse that stretches across generations, and a really cool cover!  I love the visual of the woman emerging from the mirror.  Is she going to drag him into it?  I like how the border around the edge of the cover makes it look like a frame, too.  This book has got my curiosity piqued! 

 

Synopsis:

Jacob Aldridge is still utterly devastated by the death of his fiancée when he suddenly encounters her doppelganger. Livia Aram’s uncanny resemblance to the late Rhoda Carothers so transcends coincidence that Jacob becomes obsessed with her. The intensity of his passion terrifies her until her compassion is roused by his desperate plight. A demon is stalking him, a succubus-like entity that feeds on human pain and desire. With the help of Jacob’s sister, Cecily, and Livia’s guardian, the mysterious Dr. Chang, they overcome the demon. Or so it appears. . . .

Jacob, Liva, and Cecily are all victims of a single curse, a curse which entrapped and destroyed their parents before them. Now fate has drawn their descendants together again, and the curse is playing out. Nothing can help them, until Cecily’s husband returns from abroad. Colonel Beckford has been missing for years; he has seen strange things and acquired strange powers in his absence. Now he will do whatever it takes to free his wife and eliminate the demon and its curse once and for all.

Michaele Jordan was born in California and raised in Cincinnati. She took a bachelor of arts degree from Bard College and an associate’s degree in programming from Southern Ohio College. She worked for years as an administrator before at last pursuing her early dream of becoming a writer. Mirror Maze is her first novel to appear in print, although her earlier work, Blade Light, was serialized in Jim Baen’s Universe. Visit her website at www.michaelejordan.com.

In stores October 2011

One thought on “Cover Shot! Mirror Maze by Michaele Jordan

  • May 17, 2011 at 4:39 pm
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    Thanks, Julie. I hope you find the book lives up to your expectations!

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