Few Are Angles Blog Tour w Giveaway

I’ve got some more goodies for you today!! 🙂 You know I’m always trying to find new and fun things for my loving followers! 🙂 So, since I have so many things to show you, including an EXTRA special post from the author, I’m going to get right to it. Don’t forget that the banner above takes you to the tour host’s website, and the cover below will take you to its goodreads page!

Few Are Angels

Few Are Angels, book 1

Inger Iversen

Genre:New Adult

ISBN: 978-0615650432

ASIN: B0086Z2KT0

Number of pages: 298

Word Count: 97800

Cover Artist: AF Studios- Ana Fagarazzi http://af-studios.deviantart.com/

Amazon BN Author Site


Follow Ella through self-discovery, first love, tragedy and sacrifice in this paranormal romance.

After a fatal hit and run accident, Ella Monroe fears that she’s lost more than her beloved parents. Horrifying visions of a past life and a disturbing voice in her head have psychiatric professionals convinced that she’s lost her sanity as well. But when Kale–a dark and handsome stranger with a mysterious past–reveals the true meaning of her visions and the tremendous power she wields through them, Ella must come to terms with the devastating truths of her own past, while eluding an ancient Dark Prince who seeks to control not only her future, but all of mankind’s, by means of abilities that Ella is only beginning to understand.

Enter the shrouded world of an age old battle between an ancient race known as the Immortals and their bitter enemy Laurent, the so-called Dark Prince, who commands an army of half-breed vampires known as Chorý. Both sides have been desperately searching for the prophesied emergence of the Arc, a clairvoyant with unparalleled power to recall the past and a soothsayer with clear vision into the future.

The Council of Immortals has sworn to protect the Arc, whom they have identified as young Ella Monroe, a college freshman from Virginia living quietly and unaware of her powers or her past. But a renegade Chorý has other plans for the protection of a girl he has loved through the ages. Can Kale convince Ella of who she is, what she is destined to become, and what he once meant to her? Is he truly the best protector to shield the world from the devastating misuse of her powers that Laurent is bent on controlling? Or will the forbidden love they share and Kale’s cursed condition as a retched and hated Chorý be used against them both?

This paranormal romance told from the heroine’s perspective builds in intensity and intrigue to a finale you won’t see coming. Heart pounding action mixed with heartwarming friendships and heartbreaking romance will leave you breathless and begging for more.


“I want to untie you, but I don’t want to regret doing so. Can we agree that everyone will behave?” I looked at Kale, but all I received was a shrug and another grumble.
Jace’s blue eyes were glued to Kale.

“Ella, when I am untied, I will do whatever I can to take you back to the Council. I won’t have this creature infect you.” Kale straightened up and moved closer to us.

“Over my dead body.” Jace’s slow, chilling smile revealed his white teeth. Though it was beautiful, it freaked me out.

“Then it should be easy, Nosferat, seeing as how your heart no longer beats.” Jace looked at Kale as if he would attack the first chance he got. At this rate, I would never be able to get Kale and Jace to work together. Maybe Kale was right. We might be better off fending for ourselves against Laurent.

“You mistake the fact you are still alive for weakness on my part, but I warn you that as soon she sees you are not a necessary factor for her survival, I will finish what we started years ago, Vesco,” Kale spat, with such malice that halfway through his words I turned around to face him, not at all liking what I saw. His face was now plagued by hard lines, and his eyes, though they were always dark, were darkened with loathing. I hardly recognized him. I didn’t want to believe Kale would truly kill Jace or anyone for that matter.

“Stop, Kale, you wouldn’t,” I whispered. I searched his face for the Kale I knew. I understood the Council and vampires were enemies, but I couldn’t see Kale killing Jace. It was probably my naivety that pushed the idea that Kale was harmless.
“Yes, he would, Ella,” Jace said, pulling my attention back to his blue eyes. “It’s what he is—a murderer fashioned only to steal what humans cannot live without and to spread his disease. He was created by the Dark Prince. No matter how long he tries to deny his nature by drinking from rats and squirrels, he will always be a threat to you and all others. Even more so because he can walk in the light.

My plan to unite them to help me went right out the window. My body went cold, and I sat there wondering why I’d even tried in the first place. Anger started to boil inside me, and I gave in to it.

“Bullshit!” I yelled. “This is pure and utter bullshit.” I stood so fast that I almost lost my footing.

Kale reached out to me, catching my arm and righting me quickly. I snatched my arm from him and ignored his questioning eyes. I turned back to Jace. I looked him directly in his eyes to get his full attention.

“You both say you want to protect me, and that’s fine. Even though I have no clue of what’s going on in the full scheme of things, I am willing to let you both protect me, but understand this. If you two cannot figure out how to get along long enough for us to make a plan—other than taking me to the Council—I will do this without either of you!” I shouted, as my anger reached a crescendo. “Also, I want to know everything, not just what you two think I should know.” I gave Kale a pointed look.

He looked back at me with emotionless eyes. I hated when he blocked his feelings from me. I gave mine so freely to him. That fueled my anger further, but Jace’s calm voice slowly brought me down.

“What is it you propose we do?” Jace asked. “I can only assume from your tirade that he has told you a few things about your past. The fact that you are only upset about that also tells me he hasn’t told you why the Dark Prince has yet to find you.”

We both looked at Kale waiting for him to speak.

“Your silence, Nosferat, confirms that you have not told her the fire at the Ocean Trace facility was your doing.”

I looked at Kale, confused. I had told him about my time in a facility, but I hadn’t told him where it was.

“I told you I was here to protect you, Ella. I just never told you when that protection started,” Kale explained and reached for me.

I was tempted to take his hand because it wasn’t often that he offered his touch, but I ignored it. “Wait, are you saying you knew me before that first night we met?”

“Yes, I knew you in your last past life.”

Jace scoffed. “That is not what she meant, vampire.”

I couldn’t understand why Kale was dancing around my question.

“Let’s go outside,” Kale said, turning toward the door before I could answer.

“She will freeze out there. I am sure she is already cold, especially seeing how the cold sadness of lies and betrayals has found her here tonight.”

Though Jace’s clever remark didn’t seem to affect Kale, it stung me. The words lies and betrayals slapped me in the face, waking me from the stupid dream state I had allowed myself to slip into.

“Ella, I have watched you for as long as the Council has believed you are the next Arc—before your parents’ death until now,” Kale said sadly, as the trust that we had developed between us started to fade.

I had been nothing but honest with him. I’d snuck around to see him, which put a strain on Alex’s faith in me. But I couldn’t truly blame Kale. Trusting a stranger with my secrets when I had promised myself I would never do that again was my fault. With that in mind, I walked over to Jace and untied his knots.

“Do not make me regret this. I have enough of those; I don’t need any more,” I said, looking at them both. We needed to make a plan of action, but we couldn’t do that until I was told everything.

My Review:

Let me start by saying, sweet mother, this is a pretty darn good read. I will also start off by saying this story has a very sad, tragic beginning. I literally couldn’t help but feel so sorry for Ella. She is in utter pain from the loss and then her “mental” issues are really not helping. But what would you do if you had a special ability that everyone took for a mental breakdown? I mean, how do you explain that and actually get people to believe you.

Now, I like Ella. Despite the fact that Ella is trying to grieve and put her life back on track, she becomes caught up in a mystery that she can’t deny she is part of, even if she isn’t sure how she is a part of it. In her attempt to put her life back together, things start happening and she is put to the test, not just for her mental capacity with trying to get through it but actually trying to survive something she really isn’t prepared for.

Now, I know I have some past “aversions” to the big V word, those vampers will get you every time lol but this is slightly different. The story is not all based on your typical vampire and the way the story unfolds is quite cool. And it definitely gets more climatic as things are unfolding and Ella is figuring things out. And the writing definitely has something to do with that. If it weren’t written well, you would just be sad. Instead you’re gunna have multiple reactions, or at least I did. I wasn’t stuck in Ella’s depression I was intrigued at what was taking her mind off of it.

And lets talk hotties! First there’s Kale, oh boy. The broken, torn, bad boy every girl dreams of lusting over and trying to fix! And Alex is that perfect boy next door who’s gotten HAWT! Lol so do you go for the boy who’s been your best friend for ages, knows your secrets and has your back, no matter what OR the the boy who is mean, and cold but is there to protect you and every once in a while makes your heart drop! HA!! You’re gunna have to read and pick a team!

All in all, there’s so much to this story and I know the next chapter is gunna be good- if not better than this one, so I can’t wait to read it! I really enjoyed it! I definitely wanna read the next book 🙂 Big 4.5 PAWS from me!!

Author’s Guest Post:

The Music behind Few are angels

When I first started writing Few Are Angels any sort of noise was distracting to me, even music. Then there would be times where I would write a scene and re-read it only to be unhappy with it because I didn’t feel I portrayed the emotion that I felt while writing it. One day I was listening to a song by Imogen Heap called Come Here Boy and I stopped and jumped up and down screaming, “That’s Ella’s song for Kale!” My boyfriend gave me his best “You’re a freak, but I love you anyway.” look and I continued jumping like a fool. Suddenly, a light bulb came on and I wrote a scene where Ella and Kale shared an intimate moment and I was amazed that a song could pull that much creativity from me. From then on out before I would write I would open Pandora and type in a song that I thought mirrored the moment in the story and let each song pull me further into my characters and their world. If I found a song that was extra inspiring I would open iTunes and add it to my Few Are Angels playlist.

Here are the top songs I listened to as I wrote:









Remain Nameless Florence + The Machine

We Found Love Rihanna

Weightless Black Lab

Bonfires Blue Foundation

Lights Ellie Goulding

Somersault zero 7

Never Let Me Go Florence + The Machine

How Maroon 5

Come Here Boy Imogen Heap

Let Go Frou Frou

Letters from the sky Civil Twilight

The High Road Broken Bells

Set Fire To The rain Adele

Time To Wake Up 30 Seconds To Mars (INSTRUMENTAL)

Teardrop Massive Attack

To The Wolves Anberlin

Psychobabble Frou Frou

Sweep Blue Foundation

My Body Young The Giant

About the Author

Inger Iversen

Inger Iversen was born in 1982 to Anne and Kaii Iversen. She lives in Virginia Beach with her overweight lap cat, Max and her tree hugging boyfriend Joshua. She spends 90 percent of her time in Barnes and Noble and the other ten pretending not to want to be in Barnes and Noble.




The Giveaway:

So there is a tour wide giveaway going on HERE. Head on over to win this:

5 prize packs with print book, beaded book thong, poster and postcard

5 ebook copies of Few Are Angels

I hope you guys enjoyed that awesome selection of music! I totally love some of those songs!! And I wish you extra luck on winning! That’s a lot of chances to win too 🙂 Thanks so much everyone! Happy reading and later gators!! 🙂


2 thoughts on “Few Are Angles Blog Tour w Giveaway

  1. Jean S. says:

    I love Ms. Iversen’s bio. “She spends 90 percent of her time in Barnes and Noble and the other ten pretending not to want to be in Barnes and Noble.” Truth! Hahaha. Also, overweight lap cats are the best. : )

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