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Night Owl Romance reviewer HCHarju posted an awesome 5 star review of FAR SHORE on the illustrious Night Owl Reviews blog. The review starts out, “Oh my goodness. Traci Slatton does it again.”  How fun is that??

Here is a quote from HCHarju’s revuew:

I am completely in love with this series. She ups the stakes and the intensity is doubled in every aspect of the book. The mists are even scarier and horrifying than in the previous books. The friction from the love triangle is explosive and the characters are all put to the test of their limits. Emma must face her demons and be strong for herself and for Arthur. Also, my favorite sociopath shows up and has been both a curse and a godsend. 

Find it here.

I must say, I am pleased that such an expert reader as Harju enjoyed our very own sociopath; I took some risks with him in the novel, and some of my readers were not pleased.

Night Owl Reviews designated FAR SHORE a “Night Owl Top Pick Review” which is thoroughly lovely!


Coming soon: COLD LIGHT, the sequel to FALLEN
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Coming soon: COLD LIGHT, the sequel to FALLEN

Coming soon: COLD LIGHT, the sequel to FALLEN

Dear Readers:

I am happy to announce the imminent publication of COLD LIGHT, Book 2 in the After Trilogy.

If you want to know what happens to Emma and Arthur, you’ll soon find out…

The end of the world brings chaos, madness, and psychic powers.
For Emma and Arthur, separated by an ocean, it brings a love that demands everything.
Emma’s beloved daughter is kidnapped by vengeful raiders, and Emma embarks on a soul-crushing journey to rescue her. When Arthur finds Emma, can she trust him? Against impossible odds, Emma draws near the rogue camp, where she also confronts the deepest choice of her heart….
Nights And Weekends – Fallen Review
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Nights And Weekends – Fallen Review

Nights And Weekends – Fallen Review

Knee-gripping suspense and a host of great characters bring the post-apocalyptic world to horrifying life in Fallen. “

Book review written by author Margaret Marr.

In this apocalyptic tale, the world has been divided into Before and After. A killing mist spreads across Earth, taking out metal structures and buildings. Then it moves on to dissolve humans from the inside out. If caught in the mist—and the awesome power it has morphed into—the outcome is certain: a horrifically painful death follows, and no one can save the one who suffers.

Emma gathers orphaned children and does her best to protect them as she travels through a countryside that’s been laid to waste by a fog that liquidates everything it touches. But that’s not the only thing that threatens them. Bands of marauding men sweep through, stealing, raping, and killing whatever crosses their path. She knows that she’ll eventually have to find protection in order to survive—and that protection comes in the form of a man named Arthur, the leader of a small camp.

Arthur doesn’t usually allow women and children in the camp, but he’s willing to make an exception for this woman. The healing powers in her hands are a valuable asset, and he’ll need her to help rebuild civilization according to his vision—but first they have to conquer the mist.

Fallen is another captivating story about the end of civilization as we know it. People seem to be fascinated by such tales. Why is that, I wonder? Could it be that if we imagine the worst possible way for it all to end, it won’t seem quite as horrific once it does happen?…

Knee-gripping suspense and a host of great characters bring the post-apocalyptic world to horrifying life in Fallen. You’ll never know what’s going to happen from one moment to the next, which will keep you on edge—and it doesn’t end with this novel. The story will continue, and I eagerly anticipate the next installment.


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Great New Review of FALLEN
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Great New Review of FALLEN

As I turn the pages blog

Just to warm my novelist heart on Valentines Day… Bookangel at As I turn the pages blog wrote a wonderful, thoughtful critique, and ended with… “…By the end of the book, I wanted to know more about everyone. What will they do? How long can they survive? Will they find happiness? The book ends with a very emotional cliffhanger. This is the first of a trilogy, and I can’t wait to find out what happens.”

My take on: Fallen

Looking at the cover of Fallen by Traci L. Slatton, I thought perhaps this is a paranormal book. Are there vampires? Goblins? No and no. It’s a post-apocalyptic world, where people have been stripped of everything. They have to rely on each other for survival. New alliances and intimate relationships are formed. But at the core of this book, is a love story. A love story that might not have happened if the entire world hadn’t changed.

Deadly mists are killing billions of people. The poisonous gases strike without warning, consuming flesh before completely dissolving its victims into little droplets of water. If you do survive an attack, your mind descends into madness. Those lucky enough to still be alive band together. One woman, Emma, relies on her maternal instincts and her new healing powers to get her through. Emma was traveling in Paris with one of her daughters, Mandy, when the entire world changed. Her husband and eldest daughter were visiting family in Canada, the only safe haven left. Emma mothers not just her own child, but several others she encounters. Emma and her brood move from place to place, scouring the land for food and shelter.


Review of Dystopian Romance Book Fallen by Traci Slatton
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Review of Dystopian Romance Book Fallen by Traci Slatton

Review of Dystopian Romance Book Fallen by Traci Slatton

This book in three words: Amazing, Haunting, Suspenseful

Fallen is a book about survival, betrayal, love, secrets, danger and hope. It will instantly transport you to a post-apocalyptic world that is being terrorized by deadly mists and is filled with danger at every turn.

What would you do to save your family and ensure survival following the nearly completeannihilation of the world as you know it? Emma is faced with that question when she finds herself in charge of not only her daughter, but a number of abandoned children who have lost their families to the mists. When they are saved from near death by a mysterious stranger, Arthur  and a few of his friends, Emma offers her body to him in exchange for protection and a place in his safe house. He agrees, but neither of them realized that this one exchange will cost them the one thing they cannot protect, the one thing they cannothide from..their heart.

The ending will leave your head spinning and FALLEN will haunt you long after you finish it. FALLEN is one of the best books I have read this year and encourage everyone to read it!
Evie on Paromantasy Blog

Great new review of FALLEN!!