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Monday 4 July 2016

☀ Gypsy Love - Angela McPherson & Lynn Vroman

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for Gypsy Love, a HEA Paranormal Romance by (, Untold Press, 302 pages).

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Synopsis | Teaser | About the Authors | Giveaway


Two centuries ago, Adrian vowed to seek revenge against the Gypsy woman who bound his spirit for eternity. Despite how far under the dirt Miryah Kotorara's bones lay, he won't stop tormenting theKotorara bloodline. The person doesn't matter, only the name.

Until her.

Dr. Mia Kotorara has spent the last ten years trying to forget her Gypsy heritage. Ostracized by her familyand emotionally damaged, Mia throws herself into her work to fill the void. She forgets everything fromher past--except for the man who solely exists in her dreams.

When reality and dreams collide, Adrian and Mia find something they never expected. Love.

Magic will bring them together, but it may not be enough to mend Mia's broken heart and Adrian's lustfor revenge.

The Kotorara curse is never satisfied.

As the curse threatens everything they have overcome, Adrian and Mia must fight to save what mattersmost--each other.

Teaser: Excerpt

The Curse

Boston, 1752

We roamed free, our spirits unencumbered by greed.
     But freedom always came with a price.
     Place after place held the same individuals. They were stationary, planting their fields or building their shops, destroying in the guise of improving. Townspeople never lived, too consumed with finding happiness in arbitrary things.
      The Romani knew true nirvana, for it lived in our hearts, not our coffers. When the time would come for my camp to move on to another town, not once had I wanted to stay and succumb to the prison that bound so many.
      Until now.
      Our happiness also became our curse. We latched on to love until it melded with our soul, in this life and the after. I would watch with sorrow those of my clan who found their person, the other half of their heart. No, I did not crave gold or jewelry as townspeople did. I desired to be complete– a desire that consumed me. But I was not one of the lucky few to find love within the Romani. My other half did not travel with us.
      My love existed beyond our tiny caravan, and I had to trust that a gem lived in the decay most considered civilized society. I had begged Mama, and even Papa, to grant me permission to venture, but denial fell from their lips every time. My father would never allow his only child to marry a gorger: You marry Romani, or you do not marry.
      This time, when our wagons stopped to stake our makeshift homes into the earth, my heart leaped with excitement. Papa's warnings about outsiders always rang with paranoia. But if my love were a gorger, I would not hesitate to act.
      Maybe I would find the rest of my other half in the city by the sea.
      "Your time will come, Miryah." Mama's words had become a mantra, words of hope. She did not believe as Papa, her soul romantic like mine.
      "You always say the same thing." I slid a trunk from the wagon, and excitement shot currents under my skin. Maybe her prediction would finally turn to reality.
      "These people will bring new challenges," she said with a hint of weariness. Her dark eyes searched the smoky black night, as if able to see the barest hints of daylight.
      "Perhaps, but we will stay," Papa said, leader of our clan. No one challenged him– except for me. "Make a place for the others, Miryah. They will arrive in a fortnight."
      "Yes, sir." I glanced at the full moon while I pulled more supplies from our old wagons. Wind blew strands of hair into my face, but it did not hinder my vision. A ring of light traced the moon's edge. The perfect time of night for enchantment. For spells. For change. I squeezed the medallion hanging from my neck as a chant escaped my lips: Love is divine, so as is mine. Wise of head, send my love to my bed. This medallion holds powers that bind, and the desire of the mind. His face will see mine, and love will bind.
      Warmth rushed over my skin. This time, my love would find me.

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About the Authors

Angela McPherson | Lynn Vroman |

Born and currently residing in Texas, Angela shuffles three active children (not including her husband) all over the place.

She works in a busy pediatric doctor's office as a nurse during the day and writes at night.  She is addicted to coffee and chocolate, laughs a lot, often at herself and is willing to try anything once.

When Angela isn't rushing kids around, working or writing, she's reading.  Other than life experience, Angela turns to a wide variety of music to help spark her creative juices.  She loves to dance and sing though her kids often beg her not to.

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Born in Pennsylvania, Lynn spent most of her childhood, especially during math class, daydreaming.  Today, she spends an obscene amount of time in her head, only now she writes down all the cool stuff.

With a degree in English Literature, Lynn used college as an excuse to read for four years straight.  She lives in the Pocono Mountains with her husband, raising the four most incredible human beings on the planet.  She writes young adult novels, both fantasy and contemporary.

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