Claws and Effect: Amanda Arista Concludes Urban Panther Series with Sexy, Funny Finale Romance

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Violet Jordan‘s Rule #3 of being a superhero: Family first, fur second.

NINE LIVES OF AN URBAN PANTHER (Avon Impulse, on-sale 09/11/2012, ISBN 9780062207876; e-ISBN 9780062207869, $6.99 mass market paperback/ $3.99 ebook) is the third and final installment of Amanda Arista’s DIARIES OF AN URBAN PANTHER trilogy. Arista infuses this modern day urban fantasy tale with humor, sex and action.

NINE LIVES OF AN URBAN PANTHER is a fresh take on the shape shifting/urban fantasy genre, with a heroine we are happy to follow through turns that are at times hilariously geeky, romantic, action packed and always unexpected. Available wherever books and ebooks are sold!

Violet Jordan Rule #3: Family first, fur second.
With new supernatural creatures popping up at every turn (Ghouls? Really??), the city divided, and her long-lost cousin blazing into town, B-movie writer and recently-turned werepanther Violet Jordan has got a lot on her mind. Oh, not to mention, she’s supposed to be planning a wedding! Her fiancé Chaz is the best, most patient (and probably clinically insane) fiancé around. But defeating her sworn enemy in a battle for the souls of Dallas is going to require more than just Violet’s full attention. It means learning to depend on everyone, if anyone is going to make it out of this alive. Because if Plan A doesn’t work, Violet is going to need all her furry friends for Plan B. And Plan C…

Author Bio
Amanda Arista, born in Illinois, raised in Corpus Christi, lives in Dallas but her heart lies in London. Good thing she loves to travel. The summer of second grade, she read every book in the young adult section of the library, so she started making up her own stories and hasn’t stopped. She has a husband who fights crime, one dog who thinks he’s a real boy, and another who might be a fruit bat in disguise. When not writing, Amanda often dreams of co-opening an evil bakery and selling despicable desserts. She spends her weekends writing at coffee shops, practicing for the day that caffeine intake becomes an Olympic sport, and plotting character demises with fellow writers Wolvarez, Killer Cupcake and Keith (names have been changed to protect the not-so-innocent).

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