Chasing the Sun Review!

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the Sun

Earth Relic Novel
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Crimson Frost Books
Date of Publication: October 21,
Cover Artist: Suzannah Safi
Book Description:
by Chaos. Protected by Death. Guided by Fire.
is now the key to a world she never knew existed.
Normal was what Terran did best –
house, job, dog, friends – rinse and repeat. She never knew demigods existed,
or that you could journey to other realms, manipulate nature with your mind, or
that the dead weren’t really gone at all, but instead existed in the
Underworld. No, she lived the mundane life of any twenty-seven-year-old Alaskan
girl…until she met Aiden, the complicated and gorgeous new local art gallery
As their fiery relationship
evolves into something more, Terran finds herself surrounded by a world of
nightmares and gods, when the mysterious Aiden proves to be more than a simple
man. Soon, Terran finds that she is not so simple herself. As an ancient evil
threatens to escape and unleash all Hell, Terran must dive into a magical world
she never knew existed to save them all…even if that means giving up her life
to do it.

Trail of Dead and Taking Back Sunday Reviews!

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Trail of Dead (Incarnate, #2)
Trail of Dead (Incarnate
#2) by 
Cristy Rey

The Pastophori of Iset has set a
trap for the Incarnate…only she doesn’t know it.
Burned out from being on the road again, a directionless Sunday finds herself
inexplicably drawn to Salt Lake City. There she finds herself in a curious
state. For the first time in her life, Sunday feels normal. She can walk
around free of anxiety that she will be set-off by her inhuman sensitivity. She
can be intimate without overheating. Are the days of the Incarnate finally
behind her?

Cyrus has not handled losing Sunday well. For eight months, the werewolf has
been a shadow of himself. His pack is concerned and his closest friend, Marcus,
believes that Cyrus is in danger of being lost to his humanity. When their
Alpha confesses that the Pastophori of Iset has set a trap for Sunday, Cyrus
goes into full-gear trying to get her out of it…but he has to find her first.

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Taking Back Sunday (Incarnate, #1)
Taking Back Sunday (Incarnate #1) by Cristy Rey
After five years on the
run, Sunday has finally settled into a seemingly normal life in Columbia, South
Carolina. What her two best friends don’t know is that Sunday has a secret
past. She is the Incarnate, a conduit of mystical energy transcendent of the mundane
and the divine. For most of her life, she served under Bernadette, the most
powerful witch in the Northwest.
Her power is terrifying,
and what she remembers of her past—and what she doesn’t—haunts her. In the year
that she’s been attempting to be anything but the Incarnate, Sunday has fought
her abilities tooth and nail, but it’s been worth it. When Sunday joins her
friends’ coven for an innocent gathering, Sunday discovers a darkness hidden
beneath the blanket of the coven’s magic and she is determined to find out who
is behind it and what she has planned.
For the last four years, Cyrus has been the point man on the contract to
recapture the Incarnate and deliver her to the Pastophori of Iset. A gifted
tracker and a fearless werewolf, he harbors a wild, inexplicable passion for
the Incarnate that has driven him to hunt her. He was one of the original
captors that brought her to Bernadette when his obsession with her began.

Having found her, Cyrus
and his pack find themselves torn between two objectives: take her by force and
deliver her to yet another group of fanatics, or help her uncover the traitor
among her coven.

Blue Rose: The Noru ebook is FREE! :)

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Blue Rose (The Noru, # 1)


Genre: YA Fantasy
Number of pages: 397
Word Count:  73,062
Cover Artist: Renu
Book Description:
“After speaking to the other
angels on the team, I hang up my cell and sigh. No one’s heard from Aaden in
months. This bothers me not only as the leader but as his girl–well if I was
his girl–which I’m not.
Great. Now on top of being grounded, I’m
sitting here acting girly and needy. Argh!!!
Screw this! I start to head
downstairs to plead my case to my parents again, when something out the window
catches my eye. I lean in closer to get a good look. What I see astounds me:
soundlessly and without hesitation, the humans line up and jump off the roof
one at a time…”
NOTE: This book contains a scene in chapter 12 that is for mature audiences
only. Readers can skip this chapter without missing any info vital to the plot.
Available Free at Amazon  
Also Available at iTunes   Nook   Kobo

Asylum Tales Release Day w Giveaway Part TWO!

Demon's Vow (The Asylum Tales #3.2)

Demon’s Vow 

The Asylum Tales Book 3.2

Jocelynn Drake

Publisher: Harper Voyager Impulse

Release Date: October 21, 2014

ISBN 006235941X

ISBN13: 9780062359414

Bestselling author Jocelynn Drake continues her urban fantasy series with the second installment of the Final Asylum Tales, Demon’s Vow.

Book Description:

Tattoo artist and warlock Gage is having a rough week. He’s trying to track down a mysterious murderer in Low Town while also chasing a powerful entity using forbidden Death Magic across the nation. When Gage discovers the two forces may be trying to unite, the stakes get even higher. With Gideon’s help, Gage is determined to stop the murderers before anyone else gets hurt – including his girlfriend, Trixie.

Available at Amazon

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Hunters review and on sale!!

Hunters (Demon Series Part One)
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Book & Author Details:
Hunters by Aoife Marie Sheridan
(Demon Series #1)
Publication date: October 1st 2014
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal

Abigail is nineteen. Her job, she hunts demons.
Her life so far has been tough. Having witnessed her family’s death and her mother’s suicide, she’s been taken in by a priest, who believes her when she says that she sees ghosts. Father Peter trains her as a demon hunter with three other members, one being Daniel, who isn’t what he seems.
But when a possession goes wrong, and ghosts start to attack Abigail, the tight rope she has on her emotions soon starts to loosen. Abigail draws the unwanted attention of the Reote, and she finds out a lot more than she was willing to learn.
Knowledge is power, but for Abigail, it’s her undoing, and the only thing keeping her together is Daniel.
Will be 99c from October 20-27!!

The Executioner at the Institute for Contaminated Children Review!

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The Executioner at the Institute for Contaminated Children Cover
at the Institute for Contaminated Children
16 The deciding age of contamination.
30 The number of coin flips it takes to prove that Donna may have subconsciously used her genetically enhanced abilities to excel in school.
24 The number of hours Donna has to board a train to the Institute for Extraordinary Children.
14 The flights of stairs she must climb to get to her room.
700 The number of pages in the rule book that will determine how she eats, sleeps, and…well…smells for the remainder of the school year.
2 The number of members in her squad. Good thing Dan’s there to help get her abilities in shape and avoid Donna’s worst fear—humiliation. Her abilities skyrocket. Until the day she learns exactly what Dan is capable of.
1 The number of bodies that turn up dead.
0 Her chances of getting out alive.
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Margaret E. Alexander

Margaret E. Alexander
Margaret E. Alexander grew up in Miami, FL. Ten years of frizz and hurricanes chased her away to sunny San Diego, CA. While in college, studying biomedical engineering didn’t stop her from pumping out novel drafts every year. She found her escape in storytelling and others like her who sometimes preferred the world of fiction to the real one. The Executioner at the Institute for Contaminated Children is her first YA novel with Crescent Moon Press. She loves blogging about thrillers with young protagonists and is putting her art minor to good use with a graphic novel project on the side. Her wandering focus is the fault of her cat.
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