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(Shinigami Eyes #1)
Most children hope to grow out of their imaginary friends.
17-year-old Rin Waters’ only hope is that hers doesn’t kill someone, especially when said imaginary friend puts a boy in a coma. Finding herself shipped half-way around the world—to Japan, of all places—she is forced to live with grandparents she hasn’t seen for ten years and a cousin she can’t even remember.
Rin would rather just forget about the one night that ruined her life and pretend her imaginary friend doesn’t exist—if it was only that easy. When manga-obsessed otaku, Matt, won’t stop pestering her about a manga that sees the future and the tragic accident she’ll be involved in if she doesn’t listen to him, pretending becomes quite a challenge.
Suddenly mysterious accidents begin to happen to students in her school, and Rin has to wonder what length Matt is willing to go to prove his manga is real. Is it all a sham or is there really something that wants to see Rin and her new friends dead?
Coming October 31st, 2014
Cheree Smith lives in the coastal city of Newcastle in Australia where she is studying graphics design and photography. When she is not hard at study, she is busy writing paranormal, horror and dark stories for young adults. She enjoys listening to and learning about legends and myths, watching scary movies and dreaming up new worlds where monsters can come alive. When she is not in her writing cave she can be found listening to music, even dabbling in the occasional writing of music or reading.
Adam Smith has always loved the Japanese culture, which began with his love of anime and manga. This helped him accomplish his goal of moving to Japan to become an ALT (assistant language teacher) in Iwate, Japan. When he’s not reading, writing or speaking Japanese, he is working on paranormal, horror and dark stories for young adults with his sister, Cheree.
We’re thrilled to announce a cover reveal on September 15th for Shinigami Eyes, a YA paranormal horror by Cheree & Adam Smith! We’ll be revealing the printed version of the cover (designed by our own Silvia Paoletta) and we hope to see lots of you join!
I like the cover, it’s creepy LOL Happy reading and later gators!
Torrent (Condemned #1)
I’ve been obsessed with Rafe Mason since I was thirteen. The twisted part of this story is that I still want him, even now.
Now that he’s holding me captive on an island.
Rafe has his reasons for doing what he’s doing, and if I’m honest, I can’t blame him. I’m the girl who sent him to prison for a heinous crime he didn’t commit.
But now he’s free and the tables have turned…now he’s the one driven by obsession.
TORRENT is a new adult dark romance with disturbing themes and explicit content that includes sexual situations and violence. Intended for adult readers 18+ only. Part one of the CONDEMNED series. This is not a stand-alone read.
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So this isn’t my normal cup of tea, but it’s so intriguing that I decided to just go with it. Now I’m thinking I might need therapy lol but it’s dark and disturbing and yet I still thought it was a really good book. A lot of that is the writing, so it’s so well done that I’m thinking therapy is worth it 🙂 it’s a gritty, terrifying tale that will leave you speechless or maybe you’ll feel better about yourself, I’m still not sure. All I know is that I definitely went on a whirlwind ride with this one.
So Alex, aka Lex, blamed an innocent man, Rafe, for a very horrible crime. Worse, he was her brothers best friend, and her brother is the real villain here. She is a lost soul, broken to me. I could never understand why she made the choices she did or was ever ok with how things turned out. Yes she HA guilt but obviously not quite enough to fix it. And now she is the captive of Rafe, who just wants her to have the pain he’s had. It’s definitely not an easy walk to take in Lex’s shoes.
Rafe was in prison for 8 years for something he did not do. And he wants revenge. I don’t condone Rafe and the way he handled things but a part of me almost understands. I don’t know how I’d feel if every single thing was taken from me because of a lie told by a girl he knew to cover up a horrible crime. And then he learns why she lied and what really happened.
Be prepared for a lot of shock factors. This was not my comfort zone, and yet, even of I hated it I don’t know if I could have stopped because there was something so gripping about this story. And though it’s not my normal fantasy favorite, no magic or swords and shifters, the only reason it’s not a 5 paw is that the damn characters kept making me mad. Lex and her spiteful reasons, her horrible step brother, her father- dude come on how did you NOT SEE SOMETHING!!! And Rafe and his obsession, and strange reasoning as well. But the writing was so good and the actual story line and plot was just enveloping for me to not keep reading. And heads up, there’s a cliff hanger! Kind of a lulu at the drop off lol so I’m thinking I might have to read book two when it comes out. 4 PAWS 🙂
Gemma James / Christina Jean Michaels
Gemma James (a pseudonym for Christina Jean Michaels) loves to explore the darker side of sex in her fiction. She’s morbidly curious about anything dark and edgy and enjoys exploring the deviant side of human nature. Her stories have been described as being “not for the faint of heart.” She lives with her husband and their four children—three rambunctious UFC/wrestling-loving boys and one girl who steals everyone’s attention. Sign up for her newsletter so you don’t miss out on future releases!
We’re glad to announce a review tour for the NA dark romance Torrent by Gemma James!
- August 26th | Nomi’s Paranormal Palace
- August 27th | Darkest Sins
- August 28th | Mind Reader
- August 29th | Happy Tails and Tales
- September 1st | Tana Rae Reads
- September 2nd | (un)Conventional Bookviews
- September 3rd | The Avid Reader
- September 4th | Coffee and Characters
- September 5th | Urban Girl Reader
- September 8th | Bookworm Brandee
- September 9th | Kayla’s Place
- September 10th | Proserpine Craving Books
- September 11th | Lusty Penguin Reviews
- September 12th | What’s Beyond Forks?
- September 15th | Saph’s Steamy Books
I hope you guys check this one out! Happy reading and later gators!
I Can See You
“Emma stuck her face to the window to watch the rain. Lightning in the background drew a fiery specter in the sky while her eyes traced the water droplets running down the pane like tears.” Emma Willis is ten years old and has a secret. She not only inherited her grandmother’s power of sight, she can accomplish much more. Like most children without siblings growing up amongst adults, she is precocious yet at times LONELY. When a murderer is loose in Newark, a maniac with a thirst for killing little girls, she begins to understand why her Granny Dottie called her sight a curse. She will need all her powers to catch a killer and help the people in her life: Detective Hank Apple, her teacher Christina Tyler, and her little family of three. Only … the madman knows who she is!
With a DEGREE INcommerce, Joss has worked as a consultant for more than twenty years, writing copy for marketing firms and assisting start-up companies launch their business. She recently made the switch from composing copy and promos, to writing fiction and prose. She is developing her style through courses and the support of other writers. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America and is presently working on honing three other novels for publication. Blessed with four children and five grandchildren, she resides in Montreal with her husband, a staunch supporter, and enjoys spending time biking, rollerblading, playing tennis, and swimming. She loves creating stories as she says they fulfill her need to think outside the box.
Check all the hosts and don’t forget to join the International giveaway running here and on each tour stop!
I Can See You Tour schedule:
- July 28th | Cherry Mischievous (Excerpt)
- July 29th | Mythical Books (Guest Post)
- July 30th | The Avid Reader (Review, Excerpt)
- July 31st | Mind Reader (Author Interview, Excerpt)
- August 1st | Happy Tails and Tales (Review, Excerpt)
- August 4th | Mean Who You Are (Guest Post, Excerpt)
- August 5th | Gracen Miller (Author Interview)
- August 6th | Christina Jean Michaels | Author (Guest Post)
- August 7th | Darkest Sins (Guest Post)
- August 8th | Behind the Pages (Guest Post, Excerpt)
- August 11th | Vaempires (Author Interview)
- August 12th | Proserpine Craving Books (Excerpt)
- August 13th | Fuonlyknew (Review)
- August 14th | Justified Lunacy (Author Interview)
- August 15th | Ashley’s Paranormal Book Blog (Excerpt)
- August 18th | Reader Girls (Excerpt)
- August 19th | Lusty Penguin Reviews (Author Interview, Excerpt)
- August 20th | White Sky Project (Guest Post)
- August 21st | Nomi’s Paranormal Palace (Excerpt)
- August 22nd | (un)Conventional Bookviews (Guest Post)
There will be an International giveaway running on our site and on each tour stop, and the prizes up for grabs are 1 $100 Amazon Gift Card + 2 $25 Amazon Gift Cards.
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So, Emma is a gifted 10 year old. Emma gets visions, like I know what’s going to happen before you do. And boy, I kinda feel bad for her, because who wants to deal with that as an adult, much less a little kid. She got it from her paternal grandma, but wait… she can also see visions of the past. I know poor kid right! But her father made sure she knew she could never tell anyone, so she struggles not just with the gift, but with growing up with it bottled up. I kinda hated that, because people who want to dictate things like that never have to know how it feels. Plus, Emma has no idea what she’s doing or how to do it, so it’s a constant battle. This made me wanna hug Emma and hide her away! Emma found her grandmother’s diary, so she at least has a little something to follow.
Now here’s where things get real tricky, someone is a serial killer of little girls, and guess who knows who it is. Poor Emma. She is in real deep, because the killer has found out that she can identify him, so he doesn’t serial kill anymore, he is hell bent on killing Emma no matter what it takes. And then, by a stroke of Luck, and every prayer under the sun, her teacher over hears her and helps to keep her safe. AND her teacher has a detective ex boyfriend. 🙂 So, we get a little adult time, but the main story revolves around Emma. Plus, Emma still can’t even ask her father for help. UGH!
Emma is world class. I mean, I couldn’t do it. And Emma has taken a piece of my heart. She is kind, and sweet, and loving, and mature for her age, but she had to be. And even with all this, she is still almost innocent in nature. The other character who gather around to help her are wonderful. And all of the characters are amazing, and well written, with a depth to them that will make you believe you know them. And the killer, well let’s all say a prayer we don’t know one of those.
The writing is well done, and the plot is magnificent. I can’t call it horror, but I can call it suspense, because I was on the edge of my seat a lot! 😉 I wish all people would be able to take a stand like Emma! And there’s also some romance, and mystery of course. I almost want to say it’s like the Lovely Bones, because there were some similarities, but still quite different, because you see things through Emma’s eyes. It’s a sweet story that has some very dark moments. It’s haunting and enveloping, and makes you cheer all at the same time. Well done! 5 PAWS!
In an age when Stormlings have only known peacetime, one man’s desperate action threatens not only the stability of the mystical world of Mordana, but Earth as well.
Teenager Ophelia Drewe discovers a jewel that has been lost from its homeworld, and whilst she thinks she can keep it, demonic forces believe otherwise.
She’s not alone, but who can she trust? The head Stormling, Anadyr, hasn’t been to the Earth in 500 years, but go there he must – if the jewel is not returned, it will destroy both Ophelia’s world and his own…
John Hennessy is a young adult / new adult novelist whose works to date have been Dark Winter (published 2013), a paranormal horror thriller, and Stormling, an epic swords and magic (and cookies) fantasy. The first short story he ever wrote brought together Fagan, Lizzie Bennet, Sherlock Holmes and Dracula, which despite impressing his long suffering English teacher, thankfully remains unpublished. For recreation he will visit paranormal hotspots, but prefers to write about ghosts rather than meet them. He also believes almost any problem can be overcome so long as there is an inexhaustible supply of tea and biscuits. He has also written the non-fiction title The Essence of Martial Arts (published 2011), and released The Essence of Martial Arts: Special Edition, in 2014.
STORMLING: Excerpt by John Hennessy
“Father, we can go, can’t we? Please? Don’t you want to see who will win today?”
Aldyr Veroynne knelt down in front of his son, and placed his hands on the boy’s shoulders, squeezing them gently with firm hands.
“Anadyr, please, give it a rest. That would be six days in a row. We know who is going to win, anyway. You don’t need to come along. Just know that the winner is always someone from Mill’An Draythe.”
“Still, the Easterners come,” said Anadyr. “I must go to see how they fight, so that when I have the glory to represent my land, I know how to win.”
Anadyr had been just ten years of age when he became involved in his first fight, against another young Stormling, as it happened. At first, it seemed like the bigger and older Stormling would win, and had far too much strength for Anadyr.
During the fray, Anadyr connected with few blows, but could not knock his bigger opponent down. Then, with a swift kick to his mid-section, Anadyr’s strength left him, and he rolled into a ball on the ground, one hand clutching his stomach, the other, keeping his hair from covering his eyes.
The sun was blocked out by the shadow of the Stormling standing over him, who must was five years his senior.
“Loser?” he inquired.
“You wish,” replied Anadyr, who sat up, and clapped his hands three times together before placing them on the ground, one hand either side of him.
“I don’t need applause from a loser,” said the bigger Stormling.
“That wasn’t applause,” replied the young Anadyr.
Suddenly, the ground started to shake all around them, the bigger Stormling’s smug look of apparent victory was erased by the tremors on the ground, and the almost instantaneous appearance of black clouds that filled the sky.
A few moments later, the clouds burst and soaked only the bigger Stormling and his crew of friends, whilst Anadyr stood laughing at them. The group started to run, but the rain lashed them in every way, from both sides, from above, and even as they ran into the ground which became ever more sodden, until they fell face forward.
“Why isn’t it raining on you?” the biggest one screamed. “You’re in league with the Lord of Monus! Say it isn’t so, for Stormlings don’t lie.”
Anadyr smiled and leaned over his sodden nemesis, who he was merely toying with.
“That’s right, Stormlings don’t lie, and I am not in league with anyone. So! Are you a loser?”
The bigger Stormling seethed. “So it would seem. Just make the damned rain stop. Who are you, boy?”
Anadyr clicked his fingers and rested his fists on the top of his hips.
“I am Anadyr Veroynne, and I command the Storms. The wind, the rain, the clouds all answer to me, and as for you….I will have your allegiance.”
The other Stormlings mumbled, saying they would not answer to some preppy brat, but the one who had hit Anadyr, stood up and bowed to him.
“I am good with a sword, but my true prowess lies with the double daggers. My skill is such that I could skim the sweat off a faerie’s wings. If you ever need my help, you shall have it, although…one who can bend the Storms to his will, surely has no need for an edged weapon.”
“Not so,” said Anadyr. “In fact, I practise with a longsword twelve hours a day. What is your name?”
“Kirnosst. Though my sword wielding days are at an end. I’m being sent to Firetop to learn, watch and ultimately take over from Aynara. Unlike us, she’s not an immortal, but I suppose your father told you that already.”
Anadyr nodded emphatically to show he knew about Aynara’s supposed mortality, but no-one knew when her time would end. There were none like her on Mordana.
Aldyr Veryonne was none-too-impressed with his son’s handling of things. “You wanted him to knock you down, so that you could show off, isn’t that so? The truth now, Anadyr.”
“I just wanted to show I wasn’t afraid of them. If I can instil fear into the heart of my enemies, maybe I can bend them to my way of thinking, as easily as I do the storms.”
“You are just a boy, Anadyr. You are too young to have enemies.”
“Didn’t you say that those East of the Wisty River are our enemies?”
“Well, yes, but I don’t see what that has to do with anything.”
“It’s got everything to do with it,” said Anadyr. “That’s why I want to go see the fight today. The Lord of Monus sends a Tryer from the Mordis Mountains, or from the heart of Caldreah itself.”
“Yes, Anadyr, but the point is-”
“The point is, Father, that today’s Tryer is from AnnanGhorst, and that makes things very interesting. I have never seen a ShadowWraith, much less seen you fight one. Tell me you’ll take me, please!”
Aldyr sighed. Putting combatants from the East out of their misery is something he loved to do, but a ShadowWraith of AnnanGhorst was different. Even the weakest of their kind were not to be taken lightly. Even if the Wraith lost, it would be most likely sent to the Island of Dead Skin, where Andus Rey, ruler of Caldreah Monus and a Stormling himself, ran his own sick tournament, where combatants often had to fight to the death.
Having a Wraith enter the fray was no battle at all. Under Rey’s watch, they would win, and win easily. Aldyr let out another sigh. He was considering throwing the match, even though this was illegal.
“Alright Anadyr, I’ll take you. But whatever happens, you come straight back home. That’s an order.”
“I will, Father. I will,” said Anadyr, who could not believe there would be any other outcome but a clear and decisive victory for his father, who was a skilled swordsman and had been known to dabble in magic.
ShadowWraiths were difficult adversaries for all sorts of reasons. Although they were scary to look at, it was more a case of what you couldn’t see, rather than what you could.
There were all sorts of rumours about them, which, outside of AnnanGhorst, became the very fabric of legend.
Some would say that there actually were no ShadowWraiths, but that it was Rey himself, who would come to test himself against the foes of Monus.
Others believed the Wraiths did have a face, but it was one so terrible to view, that one would die of fright from resting innocent eyes on their hateful faces.
Still others believed that the ShadowWraiths could not be killed, and one had to have a death wish if standing against them. But everyone who knew Aldyr Veroynne believed that he must know how to defeat a ShadowWraith.
As expected, there was a great throng of people in the town centre. They gathered round the platform, which stood some twenty feet from the ground. The ShadowWraith was already on the platform as Aldyr and Anadyr arrived.
As they walked, Aldyr beamed smiles and waved to everyone. They had come to see him triumph, which would be his thirty-eigth win in a row. The ShadowWraiths had triumphed every time to date, but the locals felt it was time one of their own succeeded.
The Wraith extended a bony finger towards Aldyr, and beckoned him to stand on the platform with him.
“Remember Anadyr,” whispered his father, “whatever happens, you will return home. Understood?”
“Yes Father, of course,” said Anadyr, who was surprised his father was making so much of this battle. Winning fights is what Aldyr Veroynne was all about. ‘He’s just more fodder from AnnanGhorst, who will slink back to that hellhole when my father’s through with him,’ thought Anadyr.
Whilst Anadyr watched the two men line up, a third man, the one who usually judged the battles, pulled himself up onto the platform, and from underneath his robes he produced a rather large wooden box. An omnious gasp came out from the crowd. “What? What is it?” said the young Stormling. Anadyr craned his neck to see what the commotion was.
The judge extended his arms to the crowd. “Today’s battle is a red match. In this box are two weapons from the challenger’s province of AnnanGhorst. The fighter who represents us has agreed to the terms, and will use the weapon provided to him.”
Anadyr nudged the man next to him. “What is it? What is a red match?”
The man solemnly shook his head. “It means that this is not for children’s eyes. They will fight to the death.”
Stormling is now on tour!
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running here and on each tour stop!
Stormling Tour schedule:
- July 7th | Mind Reader (Author Interview)
- July 8th | Reader Girls (Excerpt)
- July 9th | Behind the Pages (Author Interview, Excerpt)
- July 10th | What’s Beyond Forks? (Author Interview, Excerpt)
- July 11th | Nomi’s Paranormal Palace (Excerpt)
- July 14th | Proserpine Craving Books (Excerpt)
- July 15th | Cherry Mischievous (Excerpt)
- July 16th | Mythical Books (Author Interview)
- July 17th | Sapphyria’s Book Reviews (Excerpt)
- July 18th | Mean Who You Are (Review, Excerpt)
- July 21st | Darkest Sins (Excerpt)
- July 22nd | Lusty Penguin Reviews (Author Interview, Excerpt)
- July 23rd | The Avid Reader (Review, Excerpt)
- July 24th | Gracen Miller (Author Interview)
- July 25th | Happy Tails and Tales (Review, Excerpt)
- July 28th | Fuonlyknew (Excerpt)
- July 29th | Tower of Babel (Excerpt)
- July 30th | Justified Lunacy (Author Interview)
- July 31st | Much Loved Books (Excerpt)
- August 1st | Creating Serenity (Excerpt)
This one is definitely in the epic fantasy side of genres. The writing is definitely done well, though it may take you a bit to unravel the mysteries being fed right into the beginning of the book. But the first thing you get to read is a little bit about our main character, winning a battle, and starting the book with how things are going to happen. It’s a glimpse into what you are going to be seeing and why it was so important for you to know that event, because it’s going to shape the main character. It’s such a unique way of doing things.
At first when I started reading, I was a little confused because a lot of characters were introduced in short bursts. But I see now, that instead of dumping a back story all at once, which would slow the pace down, they were each introduced in the here and now. It made for an interesting start of the book. You see what is happening with them at that moment in time, before a big past is thrown at you. There is a LOT of world building, so be prepared but don’t be discouraged. I actually think it made sense for you to try to understand the things going on.
There’s this jewel of extreme significance, and it was lost from the magical world of Mordana. Most magic isn’t really practiced anymore except for there. And there’s a bridge that separates Earth (aka Crith Talum) from Mordana. And we need to not only keep Mordana safe, but Earth too. And when some bad guys, Wraiths, come to Earth for something, some all kinds of hell starts. 🙂 And the Stormling need to keep the bad guys from destroying everything. Plus, Stormling and some of the other magical races do not use their magic in public, because of some past indiscretions. There’s a war coming and there will be sides.
There are some wonderful characters in here, but a good bit of them, and I think if I started going on about each, we’d be here a good while. And don’t worry, there’s some cool normal people in here too, but the cool characters have the magic, of course 🙂 And again, the writing is actually really well done, it’s just different from what I usually read. And I definitely look forward to the next book, as I’m sure just like this one, will have more magic, and action, and fights with swords, and very complex characters that make the story that much more. A Fantasic 4 PAWS!
The prize is a printed copy of Stormling and it’s international!! 🙂
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I want to wish you all good luck on the giveaway! I hope you guys check this one out! And happy reading and later gators!
The Josie Hawk Chronicles Review Tour
My original stop for the prequel is HERE and I loved it so much I had to be a part of the series tour, so let me tell you all about them!
(The Josie Hawk Chronicles #0.6)
The Spring Equinox brings a slew of nasties to the streets of Nashville. Huntress Josie Hawk is determined to get her arch enemy to sign a treaty, whether the Assembly is behind her or not. But when Keller O’Leary–sexiest vampire alive–returns, will Josie learn to be a team player, or will she stake the heart that has captured hers?
So we get a little glimpse of Josie Hawk, the half human huntress, and she’s a bad ass 🙂 she runs a bar in Nashville and in her spare time she hunts the big bads to keep her beloved city safe 🙂 her best friend is a vampire that has a brother who’s in love with Josie! It makes for a very interesting story lol!
So the summer solstice is coming and this day is disastrous for the humans because the supernatural can come out and about. Josie is ready to take out any and all bad guys who threaten her city. Except she’s worked really hard for this and she wants a treaty between the supernatural and the humans who don’t actually know they exists.
(The Josie Hawk Chronicles #1)
Vampire Lust and Pixie Dust.
Josie Hawk is a Huntress. A killer devoted to protecting the humans of Nashville from the shadows that lurk in the night. But the shadows are gaining ground.
When an infamous pixie tricks Josie into a drug-induced nightmare, Josie envisions the death of her vampire lover, Keller O’Leary. Was the vision a threat … maybe even a promise? But from whom?
Desperate to track down the source of the toxic psychedelic pixie dust, Josie kicks and punches her way toward the truth. But her efforts backfire, provoking a deadly attack at Wolfie’s—the bar Josie co-owns with her sister-in-arms, Sage.
Tag. You’re it.
Haunted by the threat to Keller, Josie scrambles to outwit her elusive opponent before the deadly game escalates and claims more lives. But in saving Nashville, will Josie lose those she loves?
Or will she be too late to stop the deadly game of tag?
So Josie’s strong and stubborn and full of life. And she’s got the hots for an Irish vampire lol she’s got an arsenal of cool knives and she’s willing to die while using them to protect her city!
Keller is definitely a HAWT piece and has his hands full with Josie. And not to mention all the wonderful characters who carry a torch in this one. They’ve made the story a little extra wonderful 🙂
And pixies with their pixie dust. Maybe we should he careful what we wish for because sometimes a little magic can cause some havoc lol but this one was fast paced just like the others in this series and I love the team Keller and Josie have made. And Josie is finally letting others help her and by default letting them in. She was always so stubborn about doing everything on her own. I cannot wait for the next installment!! YAY! For another great Josie Hawk story 🙂 5 pixie paws!!!
Elle J Rossi
Elle J Rossi grew up in rural Indiana surrounded by great people, a huge family and more animals than she could count. But the sites and sounds of the world beckoned, so she left her small town to escape into a creative world full of music. As a full time singer she was able to lose herself in a thousand different songs in a hundred different places. After meeting the love of her life and settling down, she yearned to find a new and fulfilling creative outlet. Overly fond of the happily ever after, she wondered what it would be like to have her own characters lead her down dark and twisted paths. The very first word on the very first page sealed her fate. She’d found a new love. She’d found her escape. Now along with weaving haunting tales about the journey to love, she’s creating cover art for authors around the world and loving every second of it. For fun, she cranks country music to take her back to her roots, and sings karaoke anytime she gets a chance. Her husband, two children, and a cat that rules the roost keep her company along the way and guarantee she doesn’t get lost in the enchanted forest. She wouldn’t have it any other way.
Reviews for Crimson Beat and Indigo Dawn are coming up this July, don’t miss them!
Also, if you’re really curious about The Josie Hawk Chronicles, check out our past
review tour for Alabaster Nights and find out how the main characters met!
The Josie Hawk Chronicles Review Tour schedule:
- July 7th | Darkest Sins
- July 8th | Happy Tails and Tales
- July 9th | Mind Reader
- July 10th | Mythical Books
- July 11th | Proserpine Craving Books
- July 14th | Mean Who You Are
- July 15th | Sapphyria’s Book Reviews
- July 16th | Rage, Sex and Teddy Bears
- July 17th | The Avid Reader
- July 18th | Tana Rae Reads
- July 21st | Romancing the Dark Side
- July 23rd | Tower of Babel
- July 24th | Lusty Penguin Reviews
- July 25th | Urban Girl Reader
I am honored to be a part of this one! I hope you guys check this one out!! Happy reading and later gators!