"Scorned is a fun read, much along the lines of an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer with a Sookie Stackhouse Louisiana-vampire-bar vibe and a sprinkling of angel lore reminiscent of Supernatural. The characters have that kind of kickbutt likability factor peppered with just enough personal imperfection to soon become endearing to any ravenous fantasy-genre reader in search of an otherworldly heroine. The fallen protagonist, Angelle-ically embodied in human form through Templeton's words, is not likely to be scorned by readers at all. It would be easy to see this character grow to command a fan following. There is a lot to love about this story, chock full of bad vamps, good vamps, more bad vamps, werewolves, demons, a touch of romance, and the coolest alternate dimension this side of the bayou. The bad news is the book is so hard to put down, it is over before you know it. Click here for the Kindle edition. The good news is there's a second book." ` Dionne Charlet, Examiner.com
For more on my interview, go to http://www.examiner.com/article/josephine-templeton-on-writing-scorned-fallen-angels-and-vampires.