Blood Moon by S. Yurvati || Spotlight

Blood Moon Part 1 Book 1_cover

How gorgeous is this cover of Blood Moon by S. Yurvati? Blood Moon is the first book in the Chroma Crossing Chronicles series and falls in the genres of Fantasy, romance, Women’s Fiction and is for readers of the age of 18+!


Blurb

Hunky pheromone-laden-man meets pretty accident-prone female—it should have
been a love story with a happily ever after ending. However, when the bored deities
choose Candy and Thorne for an amusing game, the gods and goddesses put forth sets
of circumstances that can tear the couple apart and wound them deep within their
souls.

With her father’s sudden demise, Candy finds she’s inherited funds and a house in
beautiful historic Savannah. Not only can she now afford to go to the Savannah College
of Art and Design, her future as an artist looks promising. But unfortunately, her step-
mom and her disturbing son Todd reside in the main house.

When Candy gets her first commission for a life-sized portrait of a beautiful woman
from a rather unsettling man, she soon questions what had seemed coincidental. Candy
is a modest female who has always found solace in her artwork, whereas her widowed
step-mom, Cherry Ann, considers physical pleasure and money as her measures of
worth.

As Candy pursues her art, Cherry Ann pursues a new lover who expands her world of
sexual gratifications far beyond past parameters. Cherry Ann finds her new risqué sex
life to be addictive and doesn’t recognize the danger of the man she’s invited into her
life.

After surviving a couple of ‘accidents’, Candy realizes someone apparently wishes her
harm. When she’s chased (by the one thing she fears most) Candy accidentally, or so it
seems, crosses into a new dimension. She finds herself in an unknown wilderness with
a curious terrain that is void of color. The landscape looks like an old sepia photograph,
hardly the Savannah spring day she’d left behind.  As Candy stumbles through the wild

terrain, an intriguing hunter comes upon her. His presence makes her girlie parts beg to
become ill behaved, and before she knows it, her hormones are arguing with her strict
moral compass.

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About the author, S. Yurvati

S. Yurvati has always loved reading and writing. She began putting her thoughts and
imaginings on paper during her childhood and continued through college years. She
began writing Blood Moon back in her college days, but after graduating from CSUN
with a Master’s Degree, she had to work on earning a living and had to put her writing
on hold… After three decades of working in the medical world, her husband convinced
her to retire and take the time to write. That led to the beginning of Chroma Crossing
Chronicles and her first book: Blood Moon. The series includes: Blood Moon (Part 1 and
Part 2), followed by Book 3 Dragon Tear, and Book 4 Infinity Link. S. Yurvati is
currently working on the fifth and final installment of the Chroma Crossing Chronicles
series.

S. Yurvati lives in Texas with the love-of-her-life husband. They have been happily
married for going on 44 years. Readers can connect with her on Facebook and
Goodreads. To learn more, go to https://syurvatiauthor.com/


Praise for Blood Moon

“Blood Moon is the perfect example of fantasy writing at its best… a multifaceted read
which keeps reads involved, intrigued, and happily challenged by a myriad of subplots and characters. Blood Moon is anything but formula writing, and the very things that makes its nature elusive is the strength that sets it apart from most fantasy, romance, or other genre productions…. Suffice it to say that readers of fantasy, romance, intrigue, and
women’s fiction will find much to like in the complex Blood Moon. It excels in many surprising twists and turns as Candy and Thorne face their flaws, weaknesses, dreams, and a danger that ventures into paranormal realms.”
– Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review


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