The Kiss of Night Inspired by “American Heart Month”
01 February 2010 — Cambridge Books has just released The Kiss of Night, a novella by K. S. Brooks, just in time for “American Heart Month.” The Kiss of Night is currently in e-book form on WriteWordsInc.com, and will also soon be available in print and through other online venues, including Amazon.com.
In The Kiss of Night, Special Agent Kathrin Night, the well-received anti-terrorist agent introduced in Lust for Danger, is forced into early retirement after a debilitating injury. Agent Night fights the demons of her past, present and future while dealing with her new mysterious bodyguard, Agent Aleksey Khovechkin. Sent compliments of the Russian Minister of Defense, refusing Khovechkin’s services is not an option. But is his true mission to protect her, or does he have another agenda?
“It’s a glimpse into Agent Night’s past and future,” K. S. Brooks said. “Readers can finally experience the events which catapulted her from teenager to anti-terrorist agent. I thought it was good to time the release The Kiss of Night, an affair of the heart, during “American Heart Month” to help raise awareness about heart disease. It is a cause that’s very close to me.”
Heart disease is our nation’s number one killer. To urge Americans to join the battle against these diseases, since 1963 Congress has required the president to proclaim February “American Heart Month.”
More information on K. S. Brooks and her award-winning works can be found at http://www.ksbrooks.com.
About Author K. S. Brooks
K. S. Brooks is an award-winning action-adventure novelist, poet and photographer. Images are available for download at http://www.ksbrooks.com/media.htm. For more on the story behind The Kiss of Night, go to http://www.ksbrooks.com/KissofNightBackground.htm
About The American Heart Association
The American Heart Association is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is: “Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.” More information on the AHA is available at http://www.americanheartassociation.org.
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