Book Of The Day – Find Me In Darkness

by Ron on June 16, 2015

Today’s Book of the Day is a Paranormal Romance book by NY Times bestselling author Julie Kenner and it’s 67% off for a limited time. Find Me In Darkness has a 4.6 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $2!

“Julie Kenner….Well Done!!!!!!!!She did it again!!!!!!!!!!!Keep them coming…..” Agnese – Amazon Reviewer

Find Me In Darkness
by Julie Kenner
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Paranormal
Price: $0.99 save $2


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New York Times Bestselling Author

A doomed woman. A dangerous and mysterious man. And an epic passion that cannot be denied…

From the first moment I saw Malcolm, I felt his power shudder through me. Lithe and powerful, dark and controlling, he cast a spell over me that I didn’t understand, but to which I willingly surrendered.

One touch and I melted. One glance into his storm-swept eyes and I was lost. One kiss, and I was bound.

But sometimes passion can burn to hot, and it would take all of our strength for Mal and I to survive the fire that raged between us…

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

Why the five stars?! Because when I picked this up, I did not realize it was paranormal until I started reading it. I am a HUGE fan of this author so I automatically knew I wanted to read a new series by her and I found myself pleasantly surprised by this book and it totally left me wanting more!


I read this in one setting, and I don’t think I blinked once, I was that engrossed in Find Me In Darkness. If you want to read paranormal done right, here is a great story to start with! I am sitting anxiously awaiting the next in this series! Definitely put this in your must-read pile.


Another sexy masterpiece from J Kenner. Paranormal with her own creative twist. Mal has already reeled me in!! Oh to be his Christina. This is a must read, leaves you wanting more. Happy reading.


This is a captivating tale of the love that two people have for each other that transcends time and space. It’s poignant. It’s beautifully written. It’s unforgettable. Can’t wait for the next installment of a timeless tale.


I really enjoyed “Find Me In Darkness” because it was a departure from the author’s other books. This book gives you complex character’s that interact over vast periods of time. Ms. Kenner gives you seamless transition between these characters which makes you want to turn the page just as fast as you can to see what is going to happen next.

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About The Author

When Julie was knee-high to a grasshopper (an expression that she would like it known she has never, ever used in real life) she informed her parents that she was going to be a novelist, and proceeded to write Kitty Claws, a bestselling book about a cat as Santa. (The book sold out its entire print-run of one, so lets not split hairs about that “best-selling” thing, okay?)

After that stellar start, Julie continued to dabble in the literary arts, writing short stories on yellow pads that she forced her mother to type, scribbling poems on ruled notebook paper that she forced her mother to type, making up skits and songs that she forced her mother to watch and listen to, and diving head-first into high school journalism, at which point, mom finally got a break.

In college, she continued with the journalism thing, picking that as her major and working at The Daily Texan, the student newspaper for the University of Texas. The idea that she could actually write novels and, oh, buy food too, completely eluded her.

The journalism thing cranked along nicely for about one semester. Then Julie got a job as a production assistant on a movie originally called Splatter, but which was released as Future Kill (and can still be found in Blockbuster and through Netflix), with really great Giger poster art. Julie worked her tail off, appeared as an extra, had a great time, and promptly switched her major to film.

Graduating at the ripe old age of 19, Julie chickened out and didn’t move to Los Angeles to become the next Steven Spielberg. Instead, she stayed in Austin and worked as a media assistant until she decided that perhaps law school was the better way to go because, hey, a degree in film slides so seamlessly into law. (Or, more likely, grad school was inevitable and the LSAT seemed doable.) Not one to waste time, Julie took the LSAT in December, and was admitted to Baylor Law School on a full scholarship the following February. Law school and Julie got along great, and after graduation, Julie went to work as a law clerk on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, where she had a fabulous time drafting legal opinions, preparing the judge for court, and taking regular trips to New Orleans on a government per diem. During her two year stint as a clerk, the writing bug bit again, and Julie wrote a stage play that will never, ever see the light of day. Really. So don’t even ask.

After her clerkship, Julie decided she could handle moving to the Big City, and she took a job with Skadden, Arps in L.A., where she worked on a variety of cases with some very smart lawyers. After a year, she moved on to smaller and smaller firms (and had a short stint as a production exec at a small film company, thus justifying all those credit hours in college). She continued to work with very smart lawyers, one of whom introduced Julie to Julie Garwood (her books, not the woman herself), and the writing bug bit again.

Though Julie had been dabbling with writing in her limited spare time, she’d lacked focus. Now, she’d found it, and she was determined to write an historical romance. You may, after reviewing Julie’s book list, note that there are no historical romances on there. Let’s just say that she didn’t succeed at that task. Julie did, however, discover that while she has a head for contemporary nuances, the ins-and-outs of historical detail are enough to make her head explode.

The in-progress historical was promptly shelved, and Julie turned her attention to fleshing out a contemporary romance, having decided that category romance was the way to go, since with the demands of a legal job, she’d be much more likely to finish 240 manuscript pages than 400.

Finish them she did, and though she got nice feedback on the voice, the novel didn’t sell. One editor, Harlequin’s Brenda Chin, returned a rejection letter with a note that the hook wasn’t enough of a “sexy premise.”

Always up for a challenge, Julie came up with the opening line, “You need a man,” which she thought had oodles of sexy premise potential. She just had to find a story to go with the line. Eventually, she did, and Nobody Does It Better, Julie’s first published novel, was born. She entered the first few chapters in contests, finaled, and was ultimately judged by that same Brenda Chin, who ended up buying the manuscript. (Which is not the reason Julie thinks Brenda is a really cool person. Truly.)

By that time, Julie had realized that 400 pages were manageable after all, and she’d almost completed a paranormal romance along the lines of The Little Mermaid about a cat who is in love with her master. The Cat’s Fancy sold just a few months after the original sale. Both books came out in 2000, along with a second Temptation, and Julie has had at least 3 books hit the shelves annually every since, and now has well over twenty books to her credit, crossing over a multitude of genres, most of which are represented in some way by the clever pictures in the collage at the top of this page.

Praised by Publishers Weekly as an author with a “flair for dialogue and eccentric characterizations,” Julie’s books have hit lists as varied as USA Today, Waldenbooks, Barnes & Noble, and Locus Magazine, all of which has made Julie a happy camper. Julie is also a two-time RITA finalist, both times for books about strong women (a superhero and a demon-hunter). There’s probably some deep meaning there, and if you know what it is, feel free to drop Julie a line.

Julie was also the winner of Romantic Times’ Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Contemporary Paranormal of 2001, the winner of the Reviewers International Organization’s award for best romantic suspense of 2004 and best paranormal of 2005, and the winner of the National Readers’ Choice Award for best mainstream book of 2005. Not that she’s keeping track or anything.

Julie writes a range of stories including erotic romance, sexy contemporaries, young adult novels, suspense, paranormal mommy lit, and urban fantasy.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Julie Kenner and ENT appreciate it.


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