Once Upon A Time…
Sorella Corvino lost her brother to The Cursed years ago. Sorella is so determined to find him, she’ll make any deal, rescue the outcasts and those like him, and risk flying into any port to rescue him. When her latest pirate efforts partner her with a bounty hunter who’s too charming, sexy, and handsome for his own good, she knows she’s in trouble.
Ian Marshall no longer believes in fairy tales…
Disowned and a marked criminal in the United States, this merchant turned bounty hunter, is one bounty away from freedom; and freedom’s price is handing over one person to the most cutthroat gang in the world, The Cursed. Yet, he can’t get to them without Sorella’s help. Too bad she’s gorgeous, aggravating, and a little trigger happy.
As the attraction mounts, the danger grows and the pair find themselves invading a skin trader den, the ballrooms of dictator-ruled Germany, and fighting battles in the sky in the hopes of getting everything they want. Only thing they didn’t plan on… falling in love.
Raven Pirate Assassin Spy will be released by Decadent Publishing on August 21, 2015.
About the Author
Landra Graf consumes at least one book a day, and has always been a sucker for stories where true love conquers all. She believes in the power of the written word, and the joy such words can bring. In between spending time with her family and having book adventures, she writes romance with the goal of giving everyone, fictional or not, their own happily ever after.
1. How did your life as a writer begin?
It began in the first grade when I wrote a collection of stories and poems for a school project. From then on I was always coming up with stories, and my parents encourage us to get outside and make up our own adventures a lot. So storytelling comes natural.
2. What is the highest goal that you desire to meet as an author?
Release a fantasy novel. I’ve written one, it’s in a drawer, and requires a lot of work. But one day, I want to publish that baby. It’s hard to measure highest goals because the writing/publishing journey has so many possible routes. I’m still figuring the best route for me. Winning awards usually tops those lists, but for me getting a fan email would probably make my year.
3. What is the best piece of advice you would give to someone that wants to get into writing?
Find your writing partner. I wouldn’t be published without my writing partner. She’d tell you that’s a lie, but she helped me grow in ways I didn’t expect as well as helped me see the forest from the trees. A writing partner is a lifeline I’d recommend to everyone.
4. What is in your To Read Pile that you are dying to start or upcoming release you can’t wait for?
I’m a huge historical romance junkie. I love historical romance so much, I’m always reading one. Julia Anne Long’s The Legend of Lyon Redmond is out in September and I can’t wait. This will be one I gobble up in a few short hours, which also means I already pre-ordered it and in my mind that means TRP.
5. Can you share with us something off your bucket list?
Sure thing, I want to get a tattoo. Problem is I can’t think of anything I’d want on my body permanently so it’s never happened.
6. Tell us three fun facts about yourself.
I play the violin, am the pop culture/movie trivia guru of my family, and always know which direction north is (I don’t get lost easily).
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