Natalie-Nicole Bates

Carly Anders is hearing voices in her head. Another one of her kind is trying to contact her. She knows of the malevolent freaks -- others who are eternal like her and seek out the weak to inflict pain upon. For years, Carly has held up huge protective walls to keep herself and her secrets safe. Now, physically and mentally exhausted, Carly needs protection and rest.

She accepts the invitation to visit an internet friend who needs help appraising a collection of antique photographs. The situation is not ideal, but Carly hopes a male presence in her life will deter the determined suitor who haunts her thoughts and dreams.

Daniel Tremont is not what Carly is expecting.

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The former funeral director has a secret of his own. Not only is he eternal like Carly, he is her creation from all those years before -- her abomination she thought she killed.

Daniel has been searching for Carly for years. He knows she is the piece of his life that he has been missing for so long. Now that he has found her, he has no intentions of letting her go.


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About Natalie-Nicole Bates

Natalie-Nicole Bates is a book reviewer and author.

Her passions in life include books and hockey along with Victorian and Edwardian era photography and antique poison bottles. Natalie contributes her uncharacteristic love of hockey to being born in Russia.

She currently resides in the UK where she is working on her next book and adding to her collection of 19th century post-mortem photos.

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Also by Natalie-Nicole Bates

Back To You
Bradley Publishing

Change of Address
Sweet Cravings Publishing

Antique Charming (short story)
Books To Go Now

Coming soon:

Remember The Stars
Available 1/2013
Books To Go Now Publishing


An Interview with Natalie-Nicole Bates
By Holly Hewson for The Romance Studio

HH: Natalie-Nicole, thank you so much for talking with us at TRS. Your featured book is See Me. Where did the idea for this thrillingly unique story?

NNB: With a paranormal story, I’m always looking for a different angle. I don’t write vamps, shifters, weres or Zombies -- they’ve all been done, and done well. I decided to write about a select group of people who are eternal. Carly and Daniel’s story seemed the right place to start.

HH: What do you like about Carly and what's her greatest strength?

NNB: Carly is a very down to earth old fashioned girl who carries great perception and physical strength. She can fit in very easily with people. She puts others before herself.

HH: What do you like best about Daniel and what makes him different than most heroes? NNB: Daniel is very reserved. He’s not a flashy, gregarious character. He’s quiet, he keeps to himself. His only real obsession is his love for Carly.

HH: How did you go about creating the world where their story takes place?

NNB: I kept this story set in an idyllic little town where my characters blend in seamlessly. I like to think of my setting as an additional character.

HH: What did you enjoy most about writing this story?

NNB: I loved writing this story. It came so naturally it almost seemed like it wrote itself. It is first and foremost a love story, but there is darkness with it as well, and a touch of horror at the very beginning.

HH: What else do you have in store for lucky readers?

NNB: I just finished a new paranormal called Remember The Stars. Soon I plan to start an erotic contemporary.

HH: What are you most excited about in your career right now?

NNB: I’m enjoying being able to write what I’m really passionate about -- especially the darker paranormals. I love being able to infuse a bit of horror here and there to enhance the story.

HH: What are you looking forward to most in the rest of 2012?

NNB: The remainder of 2012 will be about focusing on promoting SEE ME, and hopefully completing a new story.

HH: What are you reading at the moment?

NNB: I’m currently reading the newly released James M Cain’s Cocktail Waitress. Apparently this was a long lost and now found manuscript. I love James M Cain, and the writing of the 1930’s and 1940’s.

HH: Do you have a writing hero and if so, who would it be?

NNB: No, my writing heroes change from mood to mood, season to season. I’m always looking for the next greatest thing, the next fabulous book.

HH: Thank you!


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