Title: King Me
Author: Season Vining
Genre: Contemporary Romantic Suspense
Published: January 29, 2019
“I was immediately drawn into this book and felt like I was there in New Orleans with Delaney and Valentine King. In the beginning, you can’t help to wonder what secret Delaney has hidden and what secrets Voodoo has hidden. Season Vining takes you on an adventure that you won’t want to end.”-Goodreads review
“King Me will keep you on the edge of your seat, and leave you wanting more. Add this to your TBRs, and you’ll definitely want to preorder this one. It’s not to be missed.“-Goodreads review
“Secrets, mystery, voodoo, murder, tragedy, and a love story all in one book. What more could you want? You want King and Delaney! While you root for their love to win, there is a sinister plot being revealed that will leave your heart pounding. You do not want to miss this one!”-Goodreads review
Delaney Mills is haunted by darkness. Not of a spiritual kind, but a terrible past that all the rum in the world cannot chase away. Enter Valentine King, a sexy and irresistible man with connections to the world of Voodoo—a world that Delaney is desperately trying to break into.
Chicago-native Delaney follows her dissertation research all the way to the streets of New Orleans. With King’s help, she uncovers a covert group called the Bondye Saints. The group wants to remain a secret and will do whatever it takes to keep the two quiet. But threats and attacks on her life don’t deter Delaney’s desire to expose the Saints’ sins.
While she’s willing to risk her own life, Delaney hates that the one man who can chase away her darkness is put in danger. But Valentine King refuses to let her go. Because in his world built on faith, Delaney Mills is the one thing he believes in.
Season Vining grew up in southern Louisiana where food, culture, and family mean everything. She has lived in Houston, San Diego, and NYC—all of them providing tons of writing material. She is a graphic designer by day, and her obsessions include live music, tattooed bad boys, vintage cars, and people who know the difference between their, there, and they’re.