Review & Spotlight: William’s Tale (The Colony 3.5) by Regina Morris



Fifteen years ago, Colony Agent William Wardell met his future wife Jackie Pearlman. She’s sexy, opinionated, and finds him to be a mockery of the American dream of equality for all. Can a past Freedom Rider and racial activist from the 1960s, now turned vampire, prove to the love of his life that he’s not a political puppet?


This book is a little flashback into the lives of William and Jackie. It is their story of how they met. Jackie is a substitute teacher and so many things swirling in her head with budget cutbacks and school teacher dilemmas. But she wants nothing more than to teach. She wants to reach the lives of children that may not be able to afford the best of everything. But while substituting one day, she sees him for the first time. But there is so much going on and she is pretty politically charged right now because of the scene with the President unfolding in front of her eyes. But there was so much more to it than just the scene playing out in front of her.

William’s job with the Colony is to protect the President. But he can never reveal too much of who he is, and he will never do it with a woman again. That just scares them off. He knows it does. He has to do what needs to be done and his job is what keeps him going.

This is a quick read into the past and a great look at where one member of the Colony changed so much in his life. It is a great look into the American Dream without pushing it too far into the political spectrum. If you have read any of the books in the Colony series, this is one you don’t want to miss.

It is short and precise and filled with so much. It is a great read in conjunction with the series.


Right now you can purchase William’s Tale for just 99-cents!



Regina Morris is the author of the humorous paranormal romances that make up The Colony series. She loves paranormal romances featuring vampires, but her personal taste is light-hearted and humorous – not horrific and gory. She lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and two children. She enjoys meeting with her monthly critique writing groups and meeting other writers in the Austin area through the WLT events.

She has lived in many different parts of the world. She graduated high school in Germany and she attended the University of Texas at Austin where she received a degree in computer science with a minor in math.

Besides writing, she is an amateur portrait and sports photographer. After enjoying a career in the software engineering business, she discovered that writing was in her blood, and had to put pen to paper!

Please connect with Regina Morris through various social media which are listed on her personal author website

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