"Quixotic Crossings" Debut
Posted Tue, 07/05/11
Finally, finally...drum roll please!
Fate continues to entangle the Larkin and Sullivan families amidst madness, murder and obsessive love. Colm and Molly's grandson Jean-Claude Sullivan finds his life driven by greed and perversely tainted pleasures. Beloved family chef Claude Mondoux watches helplessly as Colm slowly loses his mind in ghostly visions of Molly, while Colleen Larkin seeks love in the arms of another man with deadly consequences...
For those who have followed the story since Passion Forsaken, the three characters depicted on the cover of Quixotic Crossings are the ghost of Molly Larkin (kind of looks like Vivien Leigh/Scarlett O'Hara, doesn't she?), along with Jean-Claude Sullivan and his "good friend" Mason Berger.
While the four-month delay in the release of Quixotic Crossings was a tad frustrating, I'm now tickled pink that the novel is out and about. It's unlike anything I've ever written before. It's not quite a typical romance, imbued more with gothic mystique and quirky madness.
I think it's safe to say Quixotic Crossings stands proudly and very well on it's own.
Two down, six more to go...