William’s Tale Tour Stop!


Fifteen years ago, Colony Agent William Wardell met his future wife Jackie Pearlman. She’s sexy, opinionated, and finds him to be a mockery of the American dream of equality for all. Can a past Freedom Rider and racial activist from the 1960s, now turned vampire, prove to the love of his life that he’s not just a political puppet
I’m not usually a fan of vampire books, but there is just something about Ms. Morris’s books that just draw me in.  I consider myself very lucky that I have been able to follow this series from book 1 until now!  Each book just gets better and better as they are released.
I will be honest, I was a bit worried about how much I would enjoy this book because it is shorter than the other books in the series, but I was completely caught off guard with how in depth Ms. Morris went with the story.  I didn’t feel as though there were any details lacking in it, the characters were written very well and just the overall plot was very well done.  I did like how we were able to go back in time and see what the Colony was like before everyone started to find their loves.
One thing that I did enjoy the most about this book was that you could really FEEL the love that William and Jackie had. Even when they had first met, you could tell the connection that they had, and it was one that was so detailed you couldn’t help but root for them throughout the book.
I completely LOVED this book and even though it’s the 3.5 book of the series, I think that if you haven’t read this series yet, you should really give this one a chance!

Regina Morris loves paranormal romances featuring vampires, but her personal taste is lighthearted and humorous – not horrific and gory. The White House, the President, and Washington D.C. are merely backdrops to support her romance stories. They offer some suspense, but her books are romances and not political thrillers.

Regina lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and two children. She enjoys meeting with her monthly critique writing groups and meeting other writers in the Austin area through the WLT events.

She has lived in many different parts of the world. She graduated high school in Germany and attended the University of Texas at Austin where she received a degree in Computer Science with a minor in math.

Besides writing, she is an amateur portrait and sports photographer. After enjoying a career in the software engineering business, she discovered that writing is in her blood, and had to put pen to paper!

Please connect with her through various social media, which can be found on her website.

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