Playlist: Pepper Winters

 

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Pepper Winters is a New York Times and USA Today international bestseller. She loves dark romance, star-crossed lovers, as well as the forbidden and taboo. She strives to write a story that makes readers crave what they shouldn’t, and delivers complex plots and unforgettable characters that keep readers talking long after the last page is turned.

On a personal note she loves to travel, has an addiction to creme brulee, and is married to an incredible Canadian who puts up with her endless work hours and accompanies her on signings. She’s also a firm believer that the impossible can become possible.

 

 

Today we welcome Pepper Winters to Romancing the Book as she shares a playlist that was put together for her newest release, Sin & Suffer.  But first, here’s the blurb for the book

“Some say the past is in the past. That vengeance will hurt both innocent and guilty. I never believed those lies. Once my lust for revenge is sated, I’ll say goodbye to hatred. I’ll find a new beginning.”

She came from a past Arthur “Kill” Killian never forgot. She made him sin and made him suffer. She tugged him from the shadows and showed him he wasn’t as dead as he thought. And with her resurrection came betrayal, deceit, and war.

But then they took her. Stole her. Imprisoned her.

Now Kill’s carefully laid plans for vengeance are complete. He craves action, retribution-the blood of his enemies. War has begun. War is all they’ll know until they’ve paid their penance. He will get her back-and rewrite their destiny . . .

 

And now Pepper’s playlist.  Click on the links to view the music videos on You Tube.

Paloma Faith, “Picking up the Pieces”
Adele, “Skyfall”
Muse, “Uprising”
Ellie Goulding, “Burn”
Backstreet Boys, “I Want It That Way”
Katy Perry, “Dark Horse”
Creed, “My Sacrifice”
Monsters and Men, “I of the Storm”
The Wallflowers, “One Headlight”
Florence and the Machine, “Cosmic Love”
Snow Patrol, “Signal Fire”
Coldplay, “Yellow”
Ellie Goulding, “I Know You Care”
Ellie Goulding, “Love Me Like You Do”