Saturday, November 22, 2014

Cover Reveal: Sleeping Tom by E.V. Fairfall

Sleeping Tom

E.V. Fairfall

YA Contemporary Romance
Coming February 15, 2015
Cover by: Kendall Roderick

Hitchhiking is a bad idea but Caden is desperate.

When she accepts a ride from the first car to come by she meets Gabriel. He’s her age, hot, and the closest thing she has to a savior. Problem is, he is a total jerk. With nowhere to go, Caden convinces Gabriel to let her stay with him for one night. He reluctantly lends a couch.

That night Caden wakes up to strange noises. Concerned, she rushes into Gabriel’s room, already anticipating his bad temper. Instead, he’s kind, sweet, and suspiciously harmless—nothing like the man who gave her a ride. He seems like a different person altogether, and claims he is. By night he is Tom, and by day he is Gabriel. Caden finds herself drawn to the mysteries hidden in his eyes.

For Gabriel, Caden is an annoying mistake. One night turns into many, and despite all his anger towards her, she stays. She even seems to accept him and his flaws, but he still doesn’t trust her—is she staying for him, or has she already discovered more than he’s willing to share?

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About the Author

I love to write just as much as I love to read. I try to read a book per week, which doesn’t always work out, but it’s the thought that counts. Aside from all that I am a huge animal person.

Transformed is my first novel, but it isn’t my first publication; I’ve had several short stories published over the last two years. My main goal as a writer is to explore humanity and to give people something fun to read.

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So what do you think?
I really like the premise for this story, kind of a Jekyll and Hyde theme.
I'm curious about Tom though. Since he only comes out at night, it seems Gabriel has the better end of the deal. Unless of course, Gabriel/Tom likes to sleep during the day and say awake at night. One also has to wonder just how bad Gabriel can possibly be... after all, he picked up a girl in need and lent her a couch to sleep on.
I think it's a compelling plot, and it definitely caught my attention.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Blog Tour: Family Heir by Sara M. Drake - Author Guest Post & Giveaway

Family Heir

Sara M. Drake

Kelley longed for a normal life – to go to college, to have normal friends, and to work a nice desk job. When an unknown predator starts a killing spree, she finds herself drug back into a world that includes vampires, werewolves, and her ex-husband. Kelley agrees to lead the small team to find the murderer – which consists of one uncommunicative ex-hubbie and an inexperienced federal agent. Only shots in the night prove that Kelley has become a target and her training as a Hunter does nothing to prepare her for being hunted.

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Sara M. Drake’s Top Ten Paranormal Creatures

10. Vampires (they had to be on the list somewhere)
9. Mermaids (if I don’t list them, my best friend will disown me)
8. Selkies (I wanted to be one as a kid)
7. Witches (I wanted to be one as a teenager… maybe a Selkie witch)
6. Werewolves (I might have dated one once… too hairy and a bad temper)
5. Pixies (maybe I watched Peter Pan too much as a kid, I want some Pixie dust!)
4. Big Foot (I put them in my book, so that have to make the list, right?)
3. Moose (I’ve been walking through the Rockies for years looking for one and haven’t seen one—             they must be mythical).
2. Were-cats (and why don’t they show up in book more often?)
1. Dragons (do they count as paranormal? Oh well, I say they are!)

Kimber Leigh's Thoughts:
Yes, dragons can fall under paranormal. In fact dragons are so amazing, they can go on just about any list you like! Turn them into weredragons and I'm in heaven. I prefer werecats to werewolves-- but only if they're large cats, like a tiger. The last thing I want is my studly hero turning into a snobby Persian cat...
Thanks for sharing your favorites, Sara!

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Sara developed her book addiction as a young child. Her concerned parents attempted an intervention and cut off her supply. These desperate times called for desperate measures forcing her to write her own stories. Since a human being cannot live on books alone, she has worked as a stage hand, care giver, active duty Air Force, college instructor, mental health counselor, and civil servant on the theory that more pay equals more books. Outside of that, she spends time developing a reputation as a crazy cat lady and irritating introvert.

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Blog Tour: The Hunt for Snow by S.E. Babin - Review & Giveaway

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The Hunt For Snow

S.E. Babin
Fairytale League #1

Publication Date: October 20, 2014
Genre: Urban Fantasy

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Fairytales with a twist! Snow has successfully avoided her past for years … until now. With an evil queen bent on her destruction and a hunter bent on her seduction, she has no choice but to run. Who will find her first? S.E. Babin presents The Hunt for Snow, Book 1 of her exciting, new fantasy series, Fairytale League. Every ten years a convention is held in a neutral location where people from all the realms come together and reunite. This is no ordinary conference, though, because everyone who shows up holds a place of honor in the legends of old. But there’s one person who doesn’t care that Earth is neutral territory. The Evil Queen, Naomi, is out to settle a score, and she’s brought along one of her most talented henchman to teach the one who got away a harsh lesson. Snow’s past is shrouded in mystery. Mild cryptozoologist by day, private investigator by night, Snow is dead set on one thing — staying far away from the Huntsman who haunts her dreams. When she shows up to the conference with her two best friends in tow, things start going awry right away. Mere minutes after arriving, they find themselves thrust back into the world they’ve tried so hard to avoid. Now, along with the help of her friends, Snow is struggling to stay one step ahead of the queen who wants to destroy her — and the Huntsman who wants to possess her at all costs. The hunt for Snow is on. But who will find her first?

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My Review: I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

The Hunt for Snow is a fun, action-packed fairy tale retelling, featuring some of my favorite characters. The one thing that really ate at me though is the cliffhanger ending. I really connected with the characters and was disappointed to be left hanging.

Snow was a bit more abrasive than I'd like, and she was quite the badass. After being driven out of her kingdom by her stepmother, she settled in our world with her best friends, Belle and Cyndi. Yes, that Belle and that Cinderella. Personally I liked Belle and Cyndi more than Snow who carries quite the chip on her shoulder about her banishment. Snow became a P.I. with an obsession with weapons which she uses with extreme skill.

Max, the huntsman, was tied magically to Snow's stepmother because she possessed something of great value to him. Though he is supposed to kill Snow, he cares for her, making his job very difficult. I liked Max, he's quite the sexy character. The scenes between Max and Snow were filled with sexual tension. I really enjoyed this part of the story.

My favorite part of this novel, by far, was the vast parade of favorite fairy tale characters that appeared throughout the story. I enjoyed the unique personalities and how they added to the story. The overall plot was fine but not exceptional-- the main draw is the characters themselves and their interactions with each other.

Overall I enjoyed The Hunt for Snow-- other than the cliffhanger ending. I'm looking forward to the next book to see how the story progresses.


I nodded, squared my shoulders and started walking to the devil’s house. As I stood on the porch, the smells of home cooked food and wood smoke made my stomach growl. I really couldn’t get over how much the house had surprised me. Either Rumpel was a master at illusion, or this was how he lived all the time. Maybe it was a little bit of both. I knocked on the door, surprised when it opened underneath my hand.
The inside was just as homey as the outside. Comfortably worn chairs circled the small living area. A small fire crackled cheerily in the hearth. Kitschy knickknacks littered the tables and the shelves, depictions of small town life. Very Thomas Kinkade. And very unlike the man I expected Rumpel to be. I looked into the kitchen area and saw a tall man stirring a pot. His clothes fell on his lanky frame, clean but worn.
He set the spoon down and turned to face us.
I couldn’t help it. I blinked, opened my mouth to speak, shut it, and then blinked again. Rumpelstiltskin was drop-dead gorgeous. I looked over to Belle and Cyndi and both of them had their mouths wide open.
A smirk appeared on his face. “Why is it everyone thinks I’m hideous?”
“Ummm,” I said eloquently.
He shook his head, said something under his breath, and gestured for us to sit around the large circular table in his dining room. It was made out of a dark wood, the surface scarred from years of overuse. We meekly sat down, amongst the disgusted grumblings of Robin Hood. “I swear,” he muttered under his breath, “you woman are all the same. Struck dumb at the sight of a pretty face.”
“Shut up,” I muttered in annoyance. Rumpel was not just another pretty face. He was reminiscent of an ancient warrior, an angular face highlighted with strong cheekbones, and deeply tanned. A thin white scar ran down from the side of his right eyebrow to the bottom of his lip, but it did nothing to detract from his beauty. Instead, it just enhanced it. His eyes shimmered with ancient magic, a maelstrom of pictures and images floating through them. One moment gray, the next moment a haunting tawny gold, they were the most fascinating thing about him. Jet-black hair hung around his face and settled at the tops of his shoulders.
He reached up to one of his cabinets, exposing powerful tanned arms, scarred from his upper biceps down to his lean hands. His face and body told a story of grudges and power plays and ancient feuds. He was both terrifying and gloriously beautiful.
I glanced around at my friends, still struck dumb, then at Robin who was sitting at the table with his arms crossed looking pissed off at the world. I shrugged. “Yes, please. Thank you for your hospitality.”
“Do not thank me yet,” he said, his voice a deep rasp as if unused for years. “We haven’t begun to deal.” He looked over his shoulder at me, those haunting eyes seemingly piercing through my soul and unveiling my deepest secrets. “You are here to deal, yes?”
I swallowed and nodded.
“Good.” Rumpel busied himself with clattering around the kitchen and serving us up some of the stew he was making in the massive pot on the stove.
I sat there dumbly, staring at his powerful frame when Cyndi leaned over. “Close your mouth. You’ll attract flies.”
I closed it and glared at her. “You’re just as guilty,” I accused.
She smiled. “Hard to act normal around a vision like that.” Her gaze roamed over his body in a frank, appraising glance I’d never quite seen her use before.
“Stop staring at me, orphan, or I will tear your eyes right out of your head.”
Oh snap.
Cyndi’s eyes widened and a brilliant, beatific grin spread across her face. I stared at her in horror. “Freak,” I muttered.
“He likes me,” she whispered.

About the Author

S.E. Babin S.E. Babin has a passion for writing books with a paranormal twist. Whether it's romance or mystery, she loves turning the norm into the extraordinary. Her early love of reading turned into a curious exploration to see whether or not she could write her own novel. This resulted in her spending way too much time in the library, killing any chance of her becoming a cheerleader or anything even remotely cool. She lives in Texas with her family and a passive aggressive dachshund.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Book Blast: Telepathic Clans Saga by BR Kingsolver - Giveaway

In the world of the Telepathic Clans, the descendants of the ancient race that once ruled Europe live in a shadow society...

Publication Date: April 22, 2012
Genre: Urban Fantasy

Urban Fantasy with a dash of romance. The Succubus Gift is a completely different take on the succubus myth. Brenna's life isn't the same after she discovers her unusual and mysterious heritage. In addition to being a telepath and having other paranormal Gifts, Brenna learns she has the Succubus Gift. She's always been a good girl and isn't comfortable seducing men, except one she really loves. That's just the beginning of her problems. Someone is stalking her. Then there's the tall, dangerous woman who shadows her and hints a Goddess has linked them. And what is she going to do with a handsome, charismatic, womanizing man she knows she should avoid?

Some days a girl just wants to pull the covers over her head and stay in bed -- with a willing young man of course.

Publication Date: June 25, 2012

Book 2 of the Telepathic Clans Saga, the sequel to the multiple 5-star reviewed The Succubus Gift. 

It's not easy being a succubus. 

Brenna O'Donnell and Rebecca Healy continue their integration into the Clan. Learning more about their Gifts and always seeking someone who will love them. After a crash course in learning about her genetic heritage, Brenna O'Donnell has discovered what it really means to be a succubus and has learned to embrace her strange Gift. Her major concern is whether Collin will accept her for what she is. As she adjusts to telepathic society, others in the Clan have plans that will strip the last of her freedom. 

The social season is around the corner, including events that Brenna never imagined in her wildest dreams. The succubi, representatives of the Goddess on earth, are at the center of an ancient worship. And if a girl is going to be the center of attention, then obviously she needs a new dress. 

Between the romance and glistening balls of the Clan's social events, Brenna and Rebecca discover life is not secure. Telepaths from other Clans are kidnapping young girls and selling them into slavery. 

A continuation of what one reviewer called an, "... utterly heart stopping onslaught of sex, violence and paranormal abilities ..."

Publication Date: September 29, 2013

Private investigator RB Kendrick makes her living nailing cheating spouses, digging up other dirt to help in a divorce, finding long-lost relatives, and occasionally sniffing out criminal activity and fraud.

When she takes a job to find a missing girl, she has no idea she is headed for the most dangerous case of her career. Usually, her ability to read minds gives her an edge. But when the people she’s hunting are also telepaths, that advantage is limited. 

The search takes her into the dark underbelly of telepathic society, where anything, and anyone, is for sale. She discovers that telepathic women and girls are being trafficked as the ultimate sex slaves.

With people trying to kill her, she’s on the run, not knowing who she can trust. Will she find the missing girl, or become a victim herself?

A novel of paranormal suspense set in the world of the Telepathic Clans.

Publication Date: February 14, 2013

Book 3 of the Telepathic Clans Saga, Succubus Rising

The Goddess has plans for Brenna and Rebecca, and the Goddess has a wicked sense of humor.

Rebecca Healy is a true wilder, growing up with no contact or knowledge of other telepaths. Discovered by a Clan member on the streets of San Francisco, she felt like she’d hit the jackpot. Finally, she knew what she was, or at least she thought she did.

When Brenna O’Donnell, long-lost heir of the O’Donnell Clan, and the strongest telepath in history, is returned to her family, she and Rebecca form a tight bond. Brenna has it all, looks, money, power, and men falling all over her. 

Rebecca isn’t jealous, but it would be nice to find someone who would really love her and stick around in the morning. She’s intrigued by a handsome South American general, but of course, he has his sights set on Brenna. Carlos de Vargas wants more than love. His Clan has its back to the wall, and they hope for an alliance with O’Donnell. An alliance that would lead to war.

The story began in The Succubus Gift and continued in Succubus Unleashed. In Succubus Rising, questions are answered and new mysteries are revealed.

Publication Date: November 8, 2014

Book 4 of The Telepathic Clans Saga

Corwin has led Clan O’Neill for one hundred and fifty years. Nearing the end of his long life, he names a twenty-three year old girl as his heir. Not only is Brenna a member of Clan O’Donnell, she’s also a succubus, and many people disagree with his choice. When Corwin dies, his son Hugh launches an open rebellion.

But Brenna is named heir not only to O'Neill, but also to Clan O'Byrne, where Clan Chief Fergus's oldest son Andrew joins with Hugh and Finnian O’Neill in their rebellion. Faced with war on two fronts, and rebels using terrorist tactics that capture the attention of the human press and authorities, Brenna must fight off assassination attempts while trying to consolidate her rule.

As if all that wasn't exciting enough, her friend Irina is the target of repeated kidnapping attempts by members of a Russian Clan. Hoping to protect Irina, O’Donnell mounts an operation against the Gorbachev Clan. But the situation in Russia is no more stable than in Ireland, and they discover Irina is at the heart of the Russian Clans' internal plots.

Confused yet? Be glad you aren't Brenna and Rebecca, as they—along with Rhiannon, Irina, and the Irish Clans—attempt to sort through the mess in Succubus Ascendant, the action-packed conclusion of The Telepathic Clans Saga.

I grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico, among writers, artists and weird Hispanic and Native American myths and folklore. I've lived all over the U.S. and earned a living doing everything from making silver and turquoise jewelry, to construction to computers. I currently split my time between Baltimore and Albuquerque.

I made silver and turquoise jewelry for almost a decade, ended up in nursing school, then took a master's in business. Along the way I worked in construction, as a newspaper editor, and somehow found a career working with computers.

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Spotlight: Bad Blood by Nicky Peacock - Author Interview

Bad Blood

Release Date: 09/04/14
Evernight Teen

Summary from Goodreads:

“I am Britannia. I am your protector. I will fend off the hungry hordes of undead hands that reach toward you. I am your steadfast defender. I will stand between you and the zombie masses as they try to taste your flesh. I am strong, unyielding, and dedicated to your survival. All I ask from you… is your blood.” 

A 500 year bloody game of vengeance will need to be put on hold if vampires are to survive the zombie uprising. Bitter enemies, Britannia and Nicholas must work together to save un-infected humans, delivering them to a stronghold in Scotland.

Unable to drink the zombie blood, vampires need humans to stay alive. But will they tell the survivors who they are, and what they want from them? Will Britannia be able to hold back her vengeance? Is survivor Josh the reincarnation of Britannia’s murdered true love? And can she bring herself to deliver him to the safe hold?

Survival instincts run deep, but bad blood can run deeper.

Interview with Nicky Peacock

I was looking through your Goodreads profile, and I noticed that you’ve contributed to lots of anthologies. Tell us a bit about writing a short story versus a novel.

I started out on the short story train to gain a bit of publisher momentum and experience. I think it can be a bit much for some new writers to simply delve straight in to a 100,000 word manuscript first off the bat. By writing short stories, I not only built up a CV of published work, but also learnt how to: plot, create dialogue, pace my work etc. on a smaller scale. Personally, I'm also a very impatient person and at least with short stories you go from idea to publication in a much sorter space of time.

Tell us about your main character in Bad Blood. Who is Britannia?

Brit ended up quite a complex character, which wasn't really my intention in the beginning. She thinks of herself as the kind embodiment of Britain and her main focus is to protect her country. I always give every main character I create an aspect of myself, and Brit has my dry sense of humour, however unlike me she is: stubborn, clueless when it comes to love, and hard as nails - no wait that middle one seems awfully familiar to me too! LOL

The premise for Bad Blood is so intriguing! What inspired it?

I tried to find a vampires VS zombies book to read. Although featuring together in certain urban fantasy series, I couldn't really find a book that covered the story I wanted to read, namely vampires fighting against a zombie apocalypse - so I decided to write it myself. 

How do you like your heroines? Damsel in distress or damsel causing distress?

I'm not sure I like the concept of damsel in distress, I much prefer my heroines to get off their butts and save themselves, along with any innocent by-standers, whilst causing as little distress to others as possible!

Have you ever experienced anything paranormal?

A few experiences here and there - but I've never really been sure that it wasn't my over-active imagination. There was one time, when I lived with my parents I was walking down the street and saw a man in a bright red jumper staring out of his window at me. I stared back for a bit (I never back down from a staring contest!) and he seemed to fade back into the window. I shook it off thinking he was just some bored bloke, but when I mentioned it to my mum, she told me that the house I saw him in was empty and that the man who had lived there had died last week - apparently he always wore a red jumper.

If you could visit any fictional place, where would you go?

Hogwarts would be a lot of fun - but I think I'd go for Fangtasia from the Sookie Stackhouse books so I could drool over Eric Northman for a bit!

What is your favorite paranormal creature? Why?

There's soooo many to choose from! At the moment I like the idea of a Were Dragon - breathing fire, virtually unbeatable in a fight, and dragons always end up with piles and piles of gold!

What is the best piece of writing advice you’ve received? The worst?

LOL - I've heard a lot of bad writing advice! I run a writers' group in the UK and there always seems to be someone giving their opinion on the publishing submission process and the way in which a writer should express their voice. The very worst piece of advice I heard was not to identify the genre you are writing in for fear of pigeon holing your work, which is ludacris, genres are there for a reason! The best piece of advice was from my mum. Before I was published, being an author was a fingertip dream (you can just about reach for it, but never grasp hold of it) I was having lunch with my mum one day and I complained to her that I felt like I'd never going to achieve my dream, she told me to 'get on with it' (she did use a rude adjective too) she said, 'if you want it bad enough you'll keep working till you get it.' and I did.

What must you have handy for a productive writing session?

Chocolate, my MP3 player and a laptop. I'm a simple girl at heart!

Outlines or no?

I think you have to have a broad outline of a story before you start - or how do you know where you are going? I think the key is to be flexible whilst writing and let the story evolve naturally.

Any advice for new writers dipping a toe into these shark infested waters?

Try the short story market first - there are plenty of publisher call out sites out there, but don't get obsessed with them (like I did) once you've sold a few move on to longer work. Also research the publishers you are submitting to; check to see if there are any disgruntled authors still waiting for payments or if their front covers look like they've been designed by a chimp with access to Shutterstock. Also, once you've got that great publisher in your sights, make sure you follow their submission guidelines to the letter - we'll never know how many great manuscripts went straight into the slush pile because they didn't use the right font! 

Where can fans find you online?

Website for my Writers' Group:

About the Author

I guess I’ve always been a storyteller, not in a ‘liar liar pants on fire’ kind of way, although I do work in advertising! When I was little, kids would crowd around me in the playground and I’d tell them tales of blood soaked horror filled with vampires, werewolves, ghosts and more. Yes, most would consider me a disturbed child, but my playmates couldn’t help themselves, they’d huddle around me every break time like an ancient tribe feeding off the fear; and that’s how I learned that horror stories hold a certain power, no matter what some might say, everyone is addicted to a good scare, especially if it is somewhat rooted safely in unrealistic beings… or are they unrealistic?

Writing was really a natural progression. Right now I’m obsessed with writing: a YA Urban Fantasy novel, a Paranormal Romance novella series, and several short horror stories! So I’m currently living in a functional fiction coma – and loving it!

I’ve so far been published in 5 countries: USA, UK, Australia, Ireland and Canada and had short stories included in 40 anthologies with over 17 publishers.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Book Blitz: Eleventh Elementum by J.L. Bond & Val Richards - Excerpt & Giveaway

Eleventh Elementum 
(The Primortus Chronicles, #1)

Release Date: 12/14/12
Get Over It Publishing

Summary from Goodreads:

It has begun! Fourteen years after a catastrophic disaster, the world has regained its balance with the help of the Primortus. They have secretly walked amongst us since the beginning of time, protecting the earth with the power of the elements. When a fourteen-year-old girl is given two mysterious gifts from a father she never knew, she is drawn into their dangerous world of magic.

She must learn to wield the power of the Eleventh Elementum to survive. With the help of Will (her best friend), his cousin and her new stepsister, she seeks out the evil that threatens New Zealand. But a black-eyed stranger is watching their every move. Now, two powerful beings will battle one another and the outcome will determine our way of life.

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Skylee ran her fingers through the crumpled paper and found a smaller box. Her eyes widened as she opened it and peered inside. The box held a beautiful necklace, which appeared to be very old. Upon closer inspection, she realized its dark gray metal shone like new, reflecting tiny flecks of blue. She had never seen a lovelier amulet. Her eyes moved back and forth from the necklace to the carving on the book. They were exactly the same size and shape.
Plucking the necklace from the box, she held it up by its long silvery chain. The medieval looking amulet swayed and sparkled in the light as if it were covered in diamonds. Inside its circular center were four distinct etchings. She brushed her fingers across the symbols wondering what they meant, and then she turned the amulet over. On the back were more etchings. One looked like an inscription and the other was an odd symbol. They appeared to be in the same language as the lettering in the book.
Skylee didn’t know what to make of it, yet she had a strong urge to put on the necklace. Draping it over her head, she crossed the room and stood at the full-length mirror. Her blue eyes narrowed as she frowned at her reflection. She had tried to tame her wavy blonde hair into some kind of twist, securing it at the crown of her head in an attempt to look more mature. Now she wondered if it only accentuated her most embarrassing feature her protruding ears. She brushed an unruly curl away from her face and examined her pale complexion. Maybe the extra makeup was too much. She usually only wore a little mascara and tinted lip-gloss. She shrugged and made a face at herself in the mirror. Then her eyes settled on the sparkling necklace, which was resting on the soft green fabric of her dress.
“So, this is my inheritance,” she said, holding it up.
She curiously gazed at it and, to her surprise, white crystals were forming on its surface. Suddenly a sharp pain seared her fingers and she quickly let go, leaving it dangling from the chain around her neck. The amulet was as cold as ice. Confusion overwhelmed her. Her heart pounded loudly under the freezing metal. She took a deep breath and tried to calm down. But as if being driven by some force that she could not understand, Skylee walked to the book. She removed the amulet and, with icy cold fingers, placed it into the diamond shaped carving.
A brilliant glow grew from the heart of it, intensifying in brightness until its radiance held her gaze. Then without warning a jolt of energy surged through her fingers. She shrieked and tried to pull away from the book, but her hand wouldn’t budge.

About the Authors
J.L. Bond and Val Richards met in college in Clarksville Tennessee, where Val excelled in Math and J.L excelled in creative ways to talk Val out of going to class. A few years later…okay, more than a few, they found themselves living about an hour away from one another in Florida and joined forces to write the Primortus Chronicles, YA fantasy- adventure series.  Nowadays, J.L. likes to remind Val that Math isn’t necessary for writing.

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