Fate Brings Witch and Vampire Back Together Again in New Novel

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Arthur and Stephanie must get past their differences in ‘Contrition’ by Anne Schlea

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A human witch and a handsome vampire are thrust together on an important mission that leaves them trapped between the horrors of war and the lure of love in Anne Schlea’s new paranormal novel, “Contrition” (published by Archway Press). The book is the second in Schlea’s “Retribution” series. The book is available for purchase at: https://www.amazon.com/Contrition-Anne-Schlea-ebook/dp/B07H9RZDPF.

Arthur’s questioning everything about himself after falling in love with Stephanie, a human witch. Although Arthur’s hatred for witches kept him and Stephanie apart before, they must work together for the common good on the frontlines of war. Stephanie has been told all her life that witches turn bad if they become vampires. After being assigned on the same mission, Arthur and Stephanie must both question the prejudices they’ve held for much of their lives.

“We all have prejudices we grew up with, something we’ve always believed and never questioned. This book is about what happens when something happens in your life that forces you to question that belief system,” Schlea says. “I want my readers to be taken on an adventure that relieves them from the stress of their everyday life. I also want them to question their own thoughts and prejudices after they read this book.”

By Anne Schlea
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 246 pages | ISBN 9781480865679
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 246 pages | ISBN 9781480865693
E-Book | 246 pages | ISBN 9781480865686
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Anne Schlea lives in the northern suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia, a short drive from the Appalachian Mountains. She attends Dragon Con every year where she loves to meet new writers and attend writer’s panels. Her writing buddy is a Siamese cat mix named for the Toto song Rosanna. She is the creator of the “Retribution” universe and the books “Retribution” and “Contrition.”

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