Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Win-A-Book Wednesday with...Angela Campbell

Posted by: Jax Garren

Angela Campbell

Angela Campbell is an overachiever with a soft spot for men who dress funny. Superman, Charlie Chaplin, Dracula, Doctor Who, Elvis - those are her kind of heroes. An eclectic reader who loves almost every genre, Angela read her first romance novel at 16 and immediately endeavored to write one, too. Many offbeat attempts (and a couple of decades) later, she published her first novel through Carina Press and has since sold a three-book series to Harper Impulse. "On the Scent" topped the Kindle charts in March 2014, officially becoming a best seller in both romantic suspense and romantic comedy. With every story she pens, Angela aims to build in a paranormal element to a contemporary and recognizable world with characters who find love in oftentimes humorous and extraordinary situations.

Angela: First of all, thanks for stopping by! I'm giving away a copy of either book in my Psychic Detectives series — On the Scent (book 1) or Something Wicked (book 2) — winner's choice. With the third book set to release in June, I'm eager to share the first parts of the series with new readers. For now, let me introduce you to Something Wicked...

All homicide detective Dylan Collins wants is a few hours of pleasure to take his mind off of the case haunting him. A serial killer is stalking the streets of Charleston, SC – a killer who calls himself The Grim Reaper. When the woman he'd just spent the night with turns up and offers her services as a psychic consultant on the case, his ardor quickly cools. Last thing he needs is to get tangled up with a con artist.

It doesn't take long for Dylan to realize Alexandra King is the real deal – and the killer's next target. Dylan's protective instincts battle his reluctance to get too involved with a woman he isn't sure he can trust. As they get closer to finding the killer, they also grow closer to one another, but will Alexandra's secret agenda destroy their chance at happiness – if the killer doesn't strike first?


  1. If you could go anywhere in the world and write where would you go?

    1. Hi Marcia! Personally, if I could go anywhere and write, I'd find a nice cabin by a lake, secluded but not horror-movie secluded, and as long as I had my cat with me, I'd be thrilled. How about you?


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