Sunday, 18 May 2014


Title: Running in the Dark: Bessina & Trace
Author: Inger Iversen
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Audience: New & Young Adult
Formats: E-Book & Paperback
Cover By: Eden Crane Design
Pages:  235 pages

Publishing Date: 19 April 2014

BLURB supplied by Sparkle Book Tours
Trace’s job has always revolved around death. Trace is a Watcher, a position created assist to the undead to their final resting place without alerting humans of the vampire race. Whether his job is to witness the death of a fellow vampire or deal it, Trace has learned that being a Grim Reaper isn’t what he thought it would be. After years of killing, he’s ready for a new job, a new life, or to just disappear. When Bessina becomes his new target after she witnesses the death of fellow vampires Sam and Hope, Trace is ready to eliminate her—until a strange course of events turns the tables and has Trace protecting Bessina from his boss and running for his life.


Trace could see countless emotions play across the girl’s heart-shaped face, but the one that immobilized him was the instant attraction he’d seen in her alarmed gaze. Though she tried to hide it with indifference, for some reason it had Trace rethinking his next move.
“Ready?” he asked, holding his hand out to her, effectively breaking the spell he’d held over her.
She held her shirt close to her chest and shook her head. “Look—”
Trace smiled as she tried to loosen the effects of the pain medicine.
“I’m not going anywhere with you, and as soon as Officer Flores comes back, I’m going to explain to her that you are some loon from the streets that’s trying to get me to join some Kool-Aid drinking cult and have her arrest your crazy butt.” She pointed her finger at him and opened her mouth to speak again.
Before she could, Trace moved. He had had every intention of taking the girl and doing the job that he’d been trained to do, but as soon as he looked into her cinnamon gaze, he closed the space between them and pulled her tightly into his arms. Her small, warm frame trembled.
“Shh… I am not going to hurt you.” He’d never said that to a person before, but to her, it felt so damned true. He hoped it was simply meant to calm her until his head was back on the job and he would actually be able to carry out his orders.
Her eyes sparkled with unshed tears as her spine stiffened and she glared up at him. “Yes, you are. That’s why you came.” Her lips trembled with fear.
Trace placed one open palm on her back and the other on her hip, locking her in place. “And why do you say that?”
Trace made the mistake of looking down into her cinnamon gaze. She was young, but he could tell that she’d been through some things and come out on top. He wondered what price she’d paid in order to escape what life had thrown at her.
Trace realized how unfair her situation was. The sadness in her eyes, the way she held herself, and the spunk that she had thrown at him earlier made him smile inwardly. She was a woman that deserved a second chance.


Inger Iversen lives in Virginia Beach with her tree-hugging boyfriend Joshua and her overweight lap cat Max. When not reading or writing she spends her time watching reruns of True Blood or killing zombies in Call Of Duty. 



Do you or would you ever use a pen name?
There is another author named Kristen Iversen and I actually thought of using a pen name when I first published Few Are Angels , but then I figured my middle name was easy to remember.

Have you ever suffered from a "writer's block"? What did you do to get past the "block"?
YES! I have. It’s annoying to have so many ideas bouncing around in my head that I get so overwhelmed and I don’t know where to start. Normally, I just take a week off to let my brain settle and then get right back to work.

What is the name of your latest book, and if you had to summarise it in less than 20 words what would you say?

Running in the Dark:
An assassin and a college student find themselves running from in the dark while searching for the truth.

Sinners in the Dark:
An exiled prince and an orphaned teen find solace in one another while evading his traitorous brother. 

Would you ever ask a reviewer to change their review if it was not all positive about your book/books?
No. Not everyone is going to like my books and that is something I’ll just have to learn to live with. A few bad reviews won’t make or break any author. It’s the constant bullying and bashing that I have an issue with. Luckily, EVERY reviewer I’ve worked with is awesome and honest.

How do you market/promote your books?
You will see me on Facebook & Twitter on a daily basis chatting with fans!! I also invested in Photoshop, and I make little promo ads in there. It’s fun, but also work!

How do you come up with the Title and Cover Designs for your book/books? Who designed the Cover of your books?
The title is normally easy and it’s the cover that is hard to decide what I want. Normally, I will tell Eden from Eden Crane Design what feeling I want to cover the have and then point her in the direction of a photo on Fotolia and we go from there.  It’s fun!! Probably the best part of the process is searching for hot guys to put on the cover!



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