11 March 2014

Title: Fatal
Author: T.A. Brock
Publisher: Omnific Publishing, (March 11th, 2014)
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Synopsis: First love can be brutal. Sometimes it can be Fatal.

Grayson Patch hasn’t been human since he was seventeen years old… and that was nineteen years ago. When he rose from the dead, he had no memory of his former life. Grayson desperately wants to recapture his lost humanity. And he’s been told that there is one person in this world who can save him from his current fate before he begins to decompose. One person, whose life must be sacrificed for his.

Cori Abbott has a million things to worry about. She’s the new girl in a school that’s a fraction the size of her old one. Her antisocial tendencies are crippling her ability to make new friends. And then there’s the recent, sudden death of her father, the only man who ever understood her. The last thing Cori wants is the attention of a strange, withdrawn, and consistently angry guy who seems to hate her for no apparent reason. A guy she can’t stop thinking about.

Will Cori break through Grayson’s cold exterior and find the human within, the boy who can love and understand her like no other? Will Grayson sacrifice Cori to rid himself of his undead curse, even if it means losing her forever?

Guest Post: This or That with Cori and Grayson

Hey, friends! Today I have a special treat for you. I convinced my two main characters, Grayson and Cori, to participate in a little This or That session! At first, Grayson wasn’t onboard but Cori gave him a sugary grin and pinched his side and like magic, he relented. The sucker. ;)

Summer or winter?

Cori: *purses her lips, thinking* I used to prefer summer. But so much has changed in the last year. I suppose now, I kind of like the cooler weather. *glances at Grayson* Especially since it’s better for Grayson.

Grayson: *showing the tiniest hint of nervousness, or possibly regret. I can’t be sure.* I prefer winter since zombies thrive in the cold, wet weather.

Socks or slippers?

Cori: Slippers. The fuzzy kind that look like lamb’s wool.

Grayson: Socks.

Music: rock or country?

Cori: Hmm, definitely rock. Country reminds me of… my dad used to listen to Tim McGraw.

Grayson: *scowls at me for making Cori sad* Rock.

Flip-flops or sneakers?

Cori: I can’t really do flip-flops with all the rain here in Asher. So, sneakers.

Grayson: *still scowling* Boots.

Comedy or romance?

Cori: *grins at Grayson* Romance.

Grayson: *laces his fingers with hers* *smirks* Neither. Thriller.

Mountains or beach?

Answering at the same time…

Cori: Beach.

Grayson: Mountains.

Cori: *frowns* You don’t like the beach?

Grayson: *shakes his head* Beaches are dangerous for zombies.

Cori: But there’s so much water. It would be good for you.

Grayson: Salt water. Salt water doesn’t hydrate us like fresh water.

Cori: *sighs* I still have so much to learn.

Grayson: *pulls her close*

Cat or dog?

Grayson: *head snaps up* What do you think I am? A monster?

Cori: Gray, she’s asking about pets not food.

Grayson: *relaxing* Oh. Uh, a dog then.

Cori: *nodding* A dog.

Okay, last one. (Grayson’s relief is palpable) Right or left?

Cori: *looks to her left, at Grayson* *smiles* Left.

Grayson: *looks to his right* *touches his forehead to hers* Definitely right.

About the Author: 

T.A. Brock lives in Oklahoma, where Zombies do not thrive. When not immersed in the world of fantasy writing, she enjoys spending time with her big girl, baby boy, and hubs. Some of her favorite things are coffee (specifically with cream, sugar, and chocolate), music (especially something with a good beat), books (especially paranormal), and Tennis. She despises raw meat and therefore is exceedingly glad she’s human.

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