Sunday, September 30

Showcase Sunday (#22)

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Swaps/Gifted:

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
The Gathering Dark (Grisha #1) by Leigh Bardugo
Beta (Annex #1) by Rachel Cohn*

Bought:

My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century (Sixteenth Century #1) by Rachel Harris

For Review:

Devils' Bargain (Red Letter Days #1) by Rachel Caine**
Dance of Shadows (Dance of Shadows #1) by Yelena Black***
Emailing Allie by Julia Lawson****
Touch of Death (Touch of Death #1) by Kelly Hashaway*****

And I also got some awesome swag.





Spencer Hill Press Bookmarks and Finn Finnegan tattoos*****
The One Bookmarks******
E-Books:

For Review:

All The Broken Pieces by Cindi Madsen*******
Conjure (The Hoodoo Apprentice #1) by Lea Nolan*******
Contract For Marriage by Barbara DeLeo*******
Wild Encounter by Nikki Logan*******
Losing It by Cora Carmack********
The Rise (Alexa Montgomery #3) by HD Gordon*********
The Star Dwellers (Dwellers #2) by David Estes**********

Thanks To:

* Kimberly Ann Miller
** MiraINK Publishing
*** Bloomsbury UK Publishing
**** Mida Publishing
***** Spencer Hill Press
****** Heather Self
******* Entangled Publishing
******** Cora Carmack and YA Sisterhood
********* ShareARead
********** David Estes

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Saturday, September 29

Unravel Me

Unravel Me
Kendall Ryan

Publication Date: 22 September, 2012
Finish Date: 28 September, 2012
Format: e-book
Source: copy for review from the author


From Goodreads: Psychology student Ashlyn Drake’s neat, orderly life takes a turn for the crazy when she finds the perfect subject for her amnesia thesis – a young man without any memory of his previous life, including the murder he’s accused of committing.

Against all common sense, Ashlyn’s drawn to him like a moth to a flame. Perhaps it’s that he’s so incredibly male, and even handcuffed to his hospital bed he could pass for a cologne ad – Scent de Insanity. Or perhaps it’s because she’s spent too many lonely nights studying. Either way, she’s determined to help him solve the mystery of his past. She begins to unravel who he was before, using his cryptic tattoos, and his paintings that scream of a dark past as her only clues. When she finally learns his secret there’s no telling which one is the real him, the gentle lover she’s fallen for or the troubled man with a dark past.



When I agreed to read and review this book I expected a good romance story with a good story. I must say there was less mystery and story to it than I expected, but I did enjoy the story and the romance was done very well.

The plot was what drew me to this book in the first place a psychology student who is a nice girl and who falls in love with her test subject for her amnesia thesis. I liked the fact that the character was a student and I liked the mystery of the man she falls in love with. I was looking forward to seeing them figuring out who he was in his past life. Some parts of the story felt like they were moving too fast. I also felt like there was less mystery in it than I hoped for. There were also some parts that I didn’t like. But all in all I enjoyed the story, I liked reading a romance book with sex and a story. Although I do have to say that there was less story than I expected, there was still enough of a story to keep me interested.

The characters are actually not developed that well. I did like Ashlyn and the man she falls in love with, but I felt like there was so much we didn’t knew. Also there were times that Ashlyn described herself in a certain way, but her behavior was totally different. I think it would’ve been better if we had gotten to know Ashlyn how she was before she met him. I also think that sometimes the characters acted a bit unbelievable, of course I don’t know how a real amnesia patient behaves, but I have the feeling they would be clinging to everything that was familiar. And the side characters mostly felt like they were there to fill up the story, except for Liz, she actually played a part and we got a feel for her personality.

I did was a bit disappointed when we finally found out what this man’s past is. I had expected more mystery and then remembering small parts and struggling to remember more. But it was different and I just missed a bit of the mystery that I had expected.

To conclude: I enjoyed reading this book, but felt like some parts where a bit too fast paced and although the story was short it was the right size to tell the story. I liked the main characters, although sometimes they acted a bit unbelievable and the side characters were mostly used to fill up the story. I did enjoy the book and would recommend it to people who love a good story and some hot romance.

Friday, September 28

Blog Tour: Contract For Marriage

Hey Guys,
I'm so excited to be on the blog tour for yet another amazing Entangled title. This time for the awesome Contract For Marriange by Barbara DeLeo

Contract For Marriage
Barbara DeLeo

Publication Date: September 15, 2012
Genre: Adult - Contemporary Romance
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From Goodreads:
Pregnant and alone after her ex-lover’s death, magazine editor Ruby Fleming’s not about to give up her home to the man who broke her heart—until she discovers her mother left half of the estate to somebody else, and she realizes she’s trapped.

Property tycoon Christo Mantazis wants the one thing his riches can’t buy—the villa where his mother has lived and worked as housekeeper for forty years. That it’s the same house he was banished from after being caught making love to the owner’s irresistible daughter stirs up old.

Doesn't it sound awesome?

Now let's give a bit welcome to Barbara DeLeo

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Hi Barbara,
Thanks for taking the time to be on K-Books today.

Hi Kayleigh-Marie,
Thanks so much for having me on the blog today. It’s wonderful to be here.

When did you first discover that you wanted to be a writer?  
I’d always loved writing stories at school and had some amazing teachers who encouraged me. It wasn’t until I was home with four kids (all under 2 and a half!) that I decided I really wanted to pursue it. I read craft books and attended conferences and fell into a whole, incredible world.

Your book Contract For Marriage is in the contemporary romance genre. Did you always want to write in this genre? 
I’ve always read pretty widely and my undergrad degree was in English Lit, but it wasn’t until after I graduated that I discovered the amazing world of romance. There’s so much in contemporary romance, too! Comedy, drama, Romantic Suspense. Love the choice.

What genre book do you enjoy reading most?  
I love stories about the challenges faced by real people (I struggle a little with beasts and people with fangs) so contemporary romance is my first love. I discovered category romance after my second set of twins were born. Being able to finish a whole book AND to have a bit of romance in my hazy, baby-brain world was a lifesaver. The fact that most of them had no children in them was a big attraction too!

Did you have any authors that you look up to or that inspire you?  
The romance writing community is an incredible place. I look up to pioneers like Valerie Parv who I was so lucky to have as a mentor for a year, and incredibly talented writers like Robyn Grady and Rachel Bailey are always auto-buys for me.

What was the inspiration behind Contract For Marriage? 
I’m always fascinated by how attached to a place people can be. I tried to imagine a situation where two people could be passionately intent on hanging onto a home but could never live there together.  I also wanted to explore the idea that people often use each other for their own ends and how that could play out when they’re deeply attracted to each other.

How do you feel about unleashing this story into the world?  
Excited, thrilled and bat-crazy nervous!

Do you take any personal experiences and adapt them into your writing? 
I guess there are parts of my life in my books. Christo, in Contract for Marriage has Greek heritage and so does my husband so I’ve used some of what I know about Greek culture. The story is set in Auckland and I’ve lived in that city too.

Are there any particular scenes that you enjoy writing more than others? 
I do love to write love scenes! Its such a challenge to write the action, the emotion, the sensuality and the dialogue in such a way that the pacing is right and everyone ends up satisfied!!

And finally what can we expect to see from you in the future?  
My next book, Last Chance Proposal comes out in January ’13. It’s a Christmas/New Year story with a twist!

Getting to Know You – Quick Fire Round

Hardcopy or E-Book? E-book
Bookmark or Dog-Ear? Would love an e-reader I could dog-ear!
Book or Movie? Book
Chocolate or Vanilla? Vanilla
Summer or Winter? Summer
Ice-Cream or Cake? Ice-cream
Coffee or Tea? Coffee
Nice guy or bad boy? Bad boy

Thanks so much for being here on K-Books with us today. 
It’s been fantastic, Kayeigh-Marie. Thanks!

Barbara DeLeo



Read Chapter One of Contract for Marriage free!



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Barbara DeLeo’s first book, co-written with her best friend, was a story about beauty queens in space. She was eleven, and the sole, handwritten copy was lost years ago much to everyone’s relief. It’s some small miracle that she kept the faith and now lives her dream of writing sparkling contemporary romance with unforgettable characters.

Degrees in English and Psychology, and a career as an English teacher, fuelled Barbara’s passion for people and stories, and a number of years living in Europe gave her a love for romantic settings.

Discovering she was having her second set of twins in two years, Barbara knew she must be paying penance for being disorganized in a previous life and was determined to get it right this time. It’s amazing what being housebound with four preschoolers will do for the imagination and she decided it was time to follow her writing dream. Funnily enough, those first manuscripts had not a single child in them.

Married to her winemaker hero, Barbara’s happiest when she’s getting to know her latest cast of characters. She still loves telling stories about finding love in all the wrong places, but now without a beauty queen or spaceship in sight.

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Cover Reveal: Whisper Falls (Whipser Falls #1)

Hey guys,
I am so excited to take part in yet another cover reveal for the incredible Spencer Hill Press.

I am so damn excited for this title. This sounds incredible.

I know, I know... you're asking so come on where's the cover! Here ya go!

Whisper Falls (Whisper Falls #1)
Elizabeth Langston

Published By: Spencer Hill Press
Release Date: November 19, 2013 
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Blurb:
While training for a mountain bike race, high-school senior Mark Lewis spots a mysterious girl dressed in odd clothing, standing behind a waterfall in the woods near his North Carolina home. When she comments on the strange machine that he rides, he suspects something isn't right. When Susanna claims to be an indentured servant from 1796, he wonders if she's crazy. Yet he feels compelled to find out more.

Mark enters a 'long-distance' relationship with Susanna through the shimmering--and temperamental--barrier of Whisper Falls. Curious about her world, Mark combs through history to learn about the brutal life she's trapped in. But knowledge can be dangerous. Soon he must choose between the risk of changing history or dooming the girl he can't stop thinking about to a lifetime of misery.

EEP! Doesn't it sounds amazing?!?!
AND I love that cover.
I am lucky enough to be on the ARC list for this title and I am so beyond excited. It is just going to be AMAZING! I can tell

So... what do you think? Leave a comment and let me know!

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Cover Reveal: Release (Protector #3)

Hey guys,
I am so so excited to be taking part in the cover reveal for the third book in the Protector series by the amazing MR Merrick.
I am such a massive fan of this series and have reviewed both books so far. I adored them both and this is a must-read series for everyone.

Now for the stunning cover...

Release (Protector #3)
M.R Merrick

Release Date: December 10, 2012
Blurb:
After uniting the shifters and calling in reinforcements, Chase has to face his toughest challenge yet: learning to control his emotions. But as tensions rise and his powers grow, controlling his emotions becomes the least of his problems.

Terrorized by a multi-shifter who is hell-bent on turning him, Chase questions just how far he’s willing to go to stop his father. Meanwhile, Tiki’s virtuous nature has placed him in the middle of Vincent’s past, leaving Chase to oppose a senate of vampires and defend a demon he hates.

Trying to balance his friends, his enemies, and his inner demons, Chase is left searching for answers about the Mark, his destiny, and where he can find the next soul piece. Stopping Riley is his top priority, but as more obstacles arise, he finds himself doubting all the decisions he’s made - especially regarding Rayna.

One thing is for certain: Chase has finally realized that he doesn’t know anything. The light doesn’t always quell the darkness, the monsters don’t always stay in the shadows, and the past doesn’t always stay in the past - sometimes, the demons inside are the hardest to fight.

EEP! I am so beyond excited for this book. It is going to be Epic and have you seen that cover?!?! Freaking amazing!!


What do you think??

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Wednesday, September 26

Blog Tour: The Midnight Court by Jane Kindred


Hey Guys,
I'm so excited to be a part of the blog tour for The Midnight Court, the second book in the House of Arkhangel'sk series by Jane Kindred.

Now first some information about the book.

The Midnight Court (The House of Arkangel'sk #2)
Jane Kindred

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From Goodreads:
Against the pristine ice of Heaven, spilled blood and a demon’s fire will spark celestial war.

The exiled heir to the throne of Heaven, Grand Duchess Anazakia, and her demon companions, Belphagor and Vasily, have made a comfortable home in the Russian city of Arkhangel’sk, but their domestic bliss is short lived. When their daughter, Ola, is taken as a pawn in Heaven’s demon revolution, the delicate fabric of their unorthodox family is torn apart—threatening to separate Belphagor and Vasily for good.

Anazakia is prepared to move Heaven and Earth to get her daughter back from Queen Aeval, risen in Elysium from the ashes of temporary defeat. But Aeval isn’t the only one seeking Ola’s strange power.

To conquer the forces amassing against them, Anazakia is prophesied to sacrifice one close to her heart, while Vasily’s fire will prove more potent than anyone suspected. In the ultimate battle for supremacy over Heaven’s empire, loyalties will be tested and secrets will be revealed, but love will reign supernal.

I am so happy to welcome Jane back to K-Books today.


Hi Jane,
Thanks for taking the time to be on K-Books today.
When did you first discover that you wanted to be a writer?

In sixth grade, I found out we could write stories for extra credit, and I was that obnoxious kid who always wanted an A+, so I started writing them. It became addictive and I pretty much never stopped.

Most of your books are in the Paranormal genre. Did you always want to write in this genre?

My books are technically epic fantasy, which can include paranormal elements as part of the invented world and the system of magic. The first stories I wrote for that extra credit in grade school were all science fiction, and then I started writing stories about magical elements in the everyday world. I wrote several (awful) gothic romance and romantic suspense novellas in my teens along with romantic fantasy, but magic tended to creep back in when I tried to write strictly romance.

What genre book do you enjoy reading?

I love both epic fantasy and urban fantasy, and I’m also a fan of some horror, depending on how dark it is.

Do you have any authors that you look up to or that inspire you?

Stephen King has always inspired me because his stories manage to make the fantastic seem ordinary and the ordinary seem fantastic. I’m also a huge fan of Lynn Flewelling and Jacqueline Carey who have been pioneers in breaking some of the barriers in the fantasy genre, such as including a romance in the story, and having LGBT characters—and just by being women writers in a traditionally male-dominated field.

Your book The Midnight Court has been released. What was the inspiration behind that story?

The Midnight Court is the second in The House of Arkhangel’sk trilogy, and the series was inspired by the story of Grand Duchess Anastasia and the mythology that surrounded her rumored survival of the murders of the Russian imperial family.

How do you feel about unleashing this story into the world?

As always, there’s a little trepidation, wondering how it’s going to be received, and with a sequel, there’s the added element of whether the second book will meet the expectations of readers who liked the first one. I love writing these characters and I love knowing they’re out there in the world for other people to discover. I hope readers will love them as much as I do.

Do you take any personal experiences and adapt them into your writing?

I do tend to sprinkle in little bits of things that have left a particular impression on me, such as a particular restaurant I’ve been to or a favorite place. In The House of Arkhangel’sk, there are a lot of little moments I took from my trip to Russia—the places I stayed, things I saw, people I met. There’s a character in The Midnight Court who’s based on the woman who hosted me at her home in St. Petersburg, and her real-life apartment plays an unrelated but key part in The Fallen Queen.

Are there any particular scenes that you enjoy writing more than others?

I love writing scenes where two characters who have been kept apart through outside forces (or because of their own stubbornness) finally get together. And writing the “kiss and make up” scenes is always fun, too. ;)

And finally what can we expect to see from you in the future?

The third book in the series, The Armies of Heaven, comes out next May, and there are other books planned for the series. Recently, I started working on a romantic suspense to see if that genre was still something that spoke to me, but it has quickly turned into a paranormal. I just can’t help myself.

Getting to Know You – Quick Fire Round

Hardcopy or E-Book? Hardcopy. I love e-books, too, for the ease of carrying them with me, but I still love holding a book in my hand.
Bookmark or Dog-Ear? Bookmark. Grrr. I hate it when people dog-ear my books. (I mean the books I own…you can dog-ear the ones I write all you like. LOL)
Chocolate or Vanilla? Chocolate. Extra dark.
Summer or Winter? Summer, because I have Seasonal Affective Disorder and it affects my ability to write.
Ice-Cream or Cake? It depends on the kind of ice cream. If it’s Häagen-Dazs Deep Chocolate Peanut Butter, definitely ice cream. I would kill for that ice cream, but as far as I can tell, it isn’t available in San Francisco. But anything else and I’d say cake first. Chocolate, of course. I hate white cake.
Coffee or Tea? I like them both, but I love the ritual of tea and all the varieties.

Thank you so much for being here on K-Books with us today.

Thanks so much for having me back!

  About the author:
Jane Kindred began writing fantasy at age 12 in the wayback of a Plymouth Fury—which, as far as she recalls, never killed anyone…who didn’t have it coming. She spent her formative years ruining her eyes reading romance novels in the Tucson sun and watching Star Trek marathons in the dark. Although she was repeatedly urged to learn a marketable skill, she received a B.A. in Creative Writing anyway from the University of Arizona.

She now writes to the sound of San Francisco foghorns while two cats slowly but surely edge her off the side of the bed.

You can find Jane on Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads, and on her website
Buy The Book:
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The Midnight Court is available now in print and ebook from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | BAM | The Book Depository | Books On Board | Diesel eBooks | Indigo | Powell’s Books.
 
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Waiting on Wednesday (#8)


Fireblood (Fireblood #1)
Trisha Wolfe

Due For Release: October 8, 2013
Published By: Spencer Hill Press

From Goodreads:
To save a kingdom, Zara must choose between a prince who could be the answer and a rising rebellion that threatens to take control.

When Zara Dane is chosen to marry Prince Sebastian Hart, son of the man who ordered her father’s capture, Zara knows she must fight to save everything she loves from ruin.

Being betrothed to the prince means a life trapped behind the towering stone walls of the Camelot-forged realm. Under the watchful eye of the prince's first knight, Sir Devlan Capra, changing her future becomes difficult.

When an unlikely rebel reveals the truth about the deadly secrets that fuel King Hart’s twisted world, Zara’s path to rescue her father becomes clouded by deception. The Rebels clear her path by forcing Zara’s hand with an ultimatum: sway Prince Sebastian to join the Rebels, convincing him of his father’s evil nature, or they will take him out.

But Zara is uncertain about a future under the Rebels’ command and where the prince’s heart truly lies. She must decide who to trust, what to believe, and what she’s truly fighting for before the king destroys all of Karm, including her heart.

There are actually no words to explain how excited I am for Fireblood. Everyone knows how much of a huge fan of Spencer Hill Press books I am. Their titles have been my WoW for the past 7 weeks I love them. BUT I had Fireblood on my TBR list before it was even revealed to BE a SHP book. I received the prequel for review from Trisha when it was an indie novella and I loved every single moment of it and from reading it was dying for it to be made into a series. And now it has AND it is being published by my favourite publisher. *happy dance*
I am so damn excited to read this book. It sounds incredible, I know it's going to be awesome and the cover is stunning! I'm very excited for it.

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Amarok
Angela J. Townsend

Due for release: 20 November, 2012
Published by: Spencer Hill Press

From Goodreads: Emma's life has been hell since she moved from sunny California to a remote Alaskan town. Abandoned by her father and living with the guilt of causing her mother's death, she makes a desperate dash for freedom from her abusive stepfather. But when her car skids off the icy road, her planned escape leads to further captivity in a world beyond her imagining.
Dragged across the tundra by an evil mountain man and his enormous black wolf, she learns that love can be found in the most unexpected places. Amarok, as she's nicknamed the wolf, is a young man from the gold-rush era enslaved by an ancient shaman. Emma's gentle touch and kind heart win his love and devotion. When a vicious madman--trapped in bear form by the same Shaman--attacks the travelers and injures Amarok, Emma must find the strength to face her fears and free the wolf she's come to love. But that means she must face down the evil shaman, a Siberian mammoth hunter from the ice age, and he has no intention of giving up his power to her.

Yes, this time I also have chosen a title of Spencer Hill Press. I am really looking forward to this book. I love werewolf books and this one sounds like it will be really good. Also I love how the blurb and the cover both emphasize that the region where this story takes place is cold. The cover is also awesome, I like the cover model and how the wolf is seen in the background and the air of mysteriousness about it all. Luckily we don't have to wait that long anymore for this book to be released!

Cover Reveal: The Star Dwellers (Dwellers #2)

Hey guys,
I am so excited to be taking part in the cover reveal for the amazing second book in the Dwellers series, The Star Dwellers. I have beta read both books in this series and absolutely loved them both. This is one of the best dystopian series I've come across. I feel so lucky to have been able to help with the launch of this series and the sequel is phenomenal.

Okay so now. What everyone is waiting for the Cover and the blurb.

The Star Dwellers (Dwellers #2)
David Estes

Publication Date: September 30, 2013

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Blurb:
After rescuing her father and younger sister, Adele is forced to leave her family and Tristan behind to find her mother in the cruel and dangerous realm of the star dwellers.

Amidst blossoming feelings for Adele, Tristan must cast his feelings aside and let her find her own way amongst the star dwellers, while he accompanies Adele's father to meet with the leaders of the moon dwellers and decide the fate of the Tri-Realms.

Will Adele be able to rescue her mother and make it back to the Moon Realm before the President and the sun dweller soldiers destroy her family?

Can Tristan convince the moon dweller puppets of the error of their ways?

Was Adele's lost kiss with Tristan her one and only chance at love?

In her world there's only one rule: Someone must die.

EEP! Sounds awesome right?!?! IT IS! It's just amazing.

And Psst... I'm quoted on the cover! EEEEEEKKKKKK!!!! I am so damn excited!!

I adore this cover. I think it's beautiful and matches the cover of the first one perfectly. Doesn't it just look incredible together with the first one?


Aren't they AMAZING?!?! I love them. They match the series just so perfectly.

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Early praise for The Star Dwellers

Estes´s creative genius continues to shine in this installment. We get quite a few questions answered and more are raised.”
Author Christie Rich

This is easily becoming one of the best dystopian books I've read.”
Lolita  Goodreads (K-Books)

The Star Dwellers surpassed all of my expectations and more. I was just completely amazed and thrown back into this fantastic world and left dying to know what will happen next.
Kayleigh Goodreads (K-Books)

Early praise for the author

“David Estes you are a genius! This book kept me on the edge of my seat. I felt such intense emotion to the main characters and their cause.”
Tina Donelly Goodreads

“Another fantastic book by David Estes that had me gripped straight away”
Adele Goodreads

David Estes was born in El Paso, Texas but moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania when he was very young. He grew up in Pittsburgh and then went to Penn State for college. Eventually moved to Sydney, Australia where he met his wife. A reader all his life, he began writing novels for the children's and YA markets in 2010. He´s a writer with OCD, a love of dancing and singing (but only when no one is looking or listening), a mad-skilled ping-pong player, and prefers writing at the swimming pool to writing at a table.




Author of the Evolution Trilogy

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Tuesday, September 25

Blog Tour Brightest Kind of Darkness: Excerpt plus giveaway



Today is my stop on the Brightest Kind of Darkness blog tour. I love this series, the story is so original and I love the characters. I have already read both books, so I will post the blurbs and a link to my reviews. But I also have the excerpt from Brightest Kind of Darkness and a tour wide rafllecoptor giveaway. So enter for a change to win.


BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS, BOOK 1
Nara Collins is an average sixteen-year-old, with one exception: every night she dreams the events of the following day. Due to an incident in her past, Nara avoids using her special gift to change fate…until she dreams a future she can’t ignore.
After Nara prevents a bombing at Blue Ridge High, her ability to see the future starts to fade, while people at school are suddenly being injured at an unusually high rate.
Grappling with her diminishing powers and the need to prevent another disaster, Nara meets Ethan Harris, a mysterious loner who seems to understand her better than anyone. Ethan and Nara forge an irresistible connection, but as their relationship heats up, so do her questions about his dark past.
Amazon | Barnes & Noble



Check out my review of Brightest Kind of Darkness here


And I have the excerpt of this awesome book that I can share with you:


LUCID: BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS, BOOK 2
Once Nara combines her prophetic ability with Ethan’s power to outsmart Fate at his own deadly cat-and-mouse game, she’s more determined than ever to help Ethan learn the meaning behind the raven sword tattoo that suddenly appeared on his back after their confrontation with Fate.
During her quest to uncover the tattoo’s secrets, Nara enlists the help of some new friends and discovers her own surprising connection to Ethan.
While Nara digs deeper into the mystery, her desire for answers leads her down a dangerous path full of powerful and ruthless enemies. Swept into an age-old battle, Nara quickly learns that keeping one’s enemies close can be a necessary evil, making an intangible enemy she can control far more preferable to the human enemies she can’t.


Amazon | Barnes and Noble

 

And check out my review of Lucid here



About the author P.T. Michelle

P.T. Michelle is author of the young adult series BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS. When P.T. isn’t writing, she can usually be found reading or taking pictures of landscapes, sunsets and anything beautiful or odd in nature.

LINKS: Website | Blog | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads | Pinterest | Newsletter




And there is a tour wide giveaway! You want to know what you can win? Prize #1 is a paperback copy of Brigtest Kind of Darkness. Prize #2 is a paperback is Lucid. And then there is also the "Grand Prize":





So both books signed and Nara's awesome necklace from the series. So what are you waiting for? Enter the giveaway for a change to win!