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Monday, October 24, 2016

Review Wrap Up: Dark Diary by @FluorescentOnes #review


New Adult Paranormal Romance (NON-EROTIC)
Date Published: Sept. 26, 2016


Worlds collide when a young woman with a dark past encounters a young man with an even darker one. More human than vampire, Dark Diary is a quaint, sophisticated romance detailing the accounts of two lovers who have paid the ultimate price...  Forbidden romance in the vein of classics like Wuthering Heights, frosted with the seductive allure of the original Dark Shadows, Dark Diary documents a pair torn apart by time. The story is told by a 400-year-old immortal and a 21-year-old modern-day artist. 

He's haunted by guilt over the passing of a friend and lover--the daughter of an English Baron in 17th century Ireland. 

She's tormented nightly by visions of her own untimely death. Together, they find solace by sharing secrets beneath the light of the moon. 

From the author of the Fluorescence Series, this timeless, genre-crossing love story with supernatural undertones, will capture your heart and never let go.





This novel has a current Amazon Rating of 4.6*'s.

Get your copy for $3.99 or on Kindle Unlimited! 


Reviews From This Tour

October 12 - Leeve Reads - Review
October 14 - What's Beyond Forks - Review
October 18 - Penny For My Thoughts - Review
October 24 - Kimmie Sue's Book Reviews - Review



With character origins tracing back to the late nineties, Dark Diary was the creative leap that sent P. Anastasia plummeting into the literary rabbit hole for good. One of her prized accomplishments, the novel resonates with darkness and passion—the embodiment of her unique storytelling style. 

Author of the science fiction tetralogy, Fluorescence, she is no stranger to writing. Drawn to the craft in childhood, she began attempting to produce her first book at age 11. 

While working toward her college degree, she wrote news and editorial columns for two campus newspapers. After graduating with a degree in Communications and spending a year studying abroad in Kofu, Japan, she followed her heart to her publishing aspirations. On the side, she enjoys serving as a professional voice talent for radio, television, and audio books. 


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