Title: But Now I See
Author: Lulu Astor
Genre: Adult, Dark Romance
Release Date: January 31, 2015
They were continually at cross purposes—
“She understood one thing with every bone in her body: he could do anything, get anything done; it was terrifying how much competence, influence, and power he had.”
He realized that “Sweet little Ali had the jagged talons of a vulture, capable of ripping out a man’s heart in one fell swoop… and at this point in time, he was that man; it was his heart.”
But Now I See, the concluding sequel to My Heart to Fear by Lulu Astor, is a book about forgiveness and redemption. The question is whether forgiveness and redemption are even possible when so near to the gates of hell?
It seems we’ve been here before.
Lulu Astor is… do you really want to know? I mean, really? Wouldn’t you be more interested in other fictional characters created by Lulu? Seriously, they’re all younger and way better looking. How about meeting and spending time with the young, beautiful Olivia and the smokin’ hot Daniel from Complements, the sweet, pretty Gen and devastatingly handsome Derek from Between Us, and the gorgeous duo Ella and Ian Blackmon from Three and a Half Weeks?
All are available on Kindle, Smashwords, and Nook. All are infinitely more interesting than Lulu—and all will go to bed with you a lot quicker, too.
Okay, here’s the real lowdown: I’m a literature and writing adjunct professor in the New York area. Live with my husband and two sons, dog, and three cats (and one temporary foster—yeah, right), in an old house that we are forever renovating. Husband’s an artist, kids are smart, dog is golden (in more ways than one). I’ve been around the block a time or two, have lived in Santa Fe, NM, Chicago, IL, and L.A. Cali. I’m a born and bred native New York City girl, however. Older than 20, younger than 80, I’ve been a writer all my life, a copy editor, proofreader, professional student, and even dabbled in the corporate world for a few minutes. I plan to spend the rest of my life writing and hopefully traveling a bit more. I absolutely adore my readers—they’re the smartest and have the best taste of all.