Book Review: Breaking Möbius by T.R. Horne

Title:Breaking Mobius Ebook Cover Breaking Möbius
Author: T.R. Horne
Genre: African American / Contemporary Women’s Fiction
Age Group: Adult (18+)
Rating: 4 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

ONE GOOD DECISION…

Leaving behind an abusive father and emotionally scarred mother, Mali Struthers catches a bus to freedom. Atlanta University is the perfect place to discover her inner strength and special talents that lead her to a future she never imagined outside her father’s walls. Still learning to love herself, Mali must push past her own doubts to realize she deserves everything she’s worked for, even the love of a man seemingly out of reach.

…CAN CREATE A BAD DECISION

 As a star football player, Justice Bradford juggles his high profile relationship and aggressive groupies but with his best friend’s constant lure of temptation, he struggles to remain focused. He has the world at his fingertips until his plans are shattered by deception. Fighting depression, he’s re-routed on a dangerous path of self-destruction until, by chance, he finds a light in the darkness that makes him second guess his vow. When Justice is faced with his new reality, will he get his life back on track before he loses it all?

…AND INCITE REVENGE.

 One of the hottest video models on the scene, Nicole Bunn is the epitome of a strong, focused business woman. Concentrating only on her money and the men that can supply her expensive lifestyle, Nicole runs from her own hurts scared to love anyone other than herself. Tired of waiting to marry into fortune, Nicole turns a chance meeting into a whirlwind of sex, lies and obsession that is bound to threaten her livelihood. Through a trail of lies and addiction, Nicole sees her love of money fracture so many lives, including her own. When Nicole is forced to choose between her love of money or a chance at true love, what will she decide?

Breaking Möbius combines the story of three very different people in a tale of betrayal, deceit, love and lust. The book was written really well, the plot flows nicely, and there was plenty of romance mixed with suspense and mystery. The story is told from first-person POV for all three characters, but at the start of each chapter it’s mentioned whose POV we’re in.

Mali is the first character we meet. She’s left behind an abusive father and a mother too used to the abuse to do anything about, to start her life anew at college, where she’s taking a major in dancing. She loves to dance and she’s really good about it. She becomes fast friends with her roommate, but apart from that, she doesn’t make a lot of friends. That is, until Justice, a star football player, has to take dance classes with her. They train together once a week, and Mali finds herself slowly falling for Justice – but he’s a more complicated person than she thought at first.

Justice is suffering from a break-up with his long-time girlfriend Nicole, and he’s wary of starting a new relationship with anyone. He was actually a nice guy, and I thought he had a more endaring personality than Mali had. He was sweet, always keeping his word to anyone, and he was a good friend as well.

Nicole is the third character we follow and she’s actually the most interesting character, because the mystery happens in this story arc. Nicole is a dancer in music videos, and she’s drop dead gorgeous, a fact she uses to her advantage to lure a successful DJ named Webby, into her web. When she meets a girl named Joy who provides an interesting challenge, and has a movie idea Nicole thinks might work out, she must consider what she’s willing to do and what she’s willing to give up for her dream – will it be money or real love for her?

Nicole was the most intriguing character because she was complex. She had a lot to win or lose, and her story wasn’t predictable at all. For Mali and Justice however, I quickly predicted they’d end up together. But Nicole’s story was a mystery to me, I had no idea how it was going to end.

This was a great book, with plenty of suspense, interesting characters and some very hot romance scenes.

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Book Review: DayDreamer by Chrissy Moon

Moon-DAYDREAMER-Cover-KindleTitle: DayDreamer
Author: Chrissy Moon
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance
Age Group: Young Adult
Rating: 4 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Kayla’s 16 and a half. And she’s Lyzicc, which means her birth parents are ancient mythos creatures who’ve been hiding out on Earth.

She has no idea who they are.

All she knows is that she has a new power that shows her the daydreams of others. Two of the cutest guys in school are competing for her attention. Hale is Lyzicc and is pretty tight-lipped about his background. Collin comes from a family whose dark obsession with the Lyzicc Community keeps Kayla guessing about his true intentions.

 Join Kayla as she hunts for the truth about herself and survives high school at the same time!

DayDreamer was an interesting, quick but intriguing read. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like it at first, because the first scene involves our heroine already swooning over a guy who’s never even talked to her before, the school hottie, Hale. However, as the book progressed, I actually started to like it. Kayla is a loveable, relatable, and most of all, hilarious character. She’s a bit clumsy, a bit crazy and just plain fun to be around.

I liked the addition of supernatural creatures, Lyzicc. It was new and refreshing, and a good change from the overload of vampires and angels we’ve seen as of late.

Most of all, it’s about self-discovery. Kayla finds out her parents are ancient mythological creatures, Lyzicc, who’ve been hiding out on earth, but she has no idea who they are, or how to find them. As soon as she finds out her true heritage, she searches for the truth about herself. Her quest for the truth was reminiscent of every quest each teen goes through to find their true self, except that, well, we’re not all descendants from supernatural beings.

I’m usually not that fond of love triangles, but I enjoyed the love triangle here. Collin was my favorite though, and I kept rooting for him.

All in all, a good read if you’re a fan of YA paranormal romance. The heroine is witty and fun, and the plot is all right as well.

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Book Review: Getting Lost (The Island Book One) by Marie Morgan

Getting_Lost_The_Island_Book1_MarieMorgan_SFWTitle: Getting Lost (The Island, Book One)

Author: Marie Morgan

Genre: Erotica, Novella

Age Group: Adult (18+)

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Cicily Welling lost everything she cared about. On a dangerous path of self-destruction, she finds a website announcing The Island, saying how they can help those with “emotional problems.”

With much trepidation, she fills out the form and clicks submit, launching herself into a world she never knew existed. It all starts with him. He tells her she’ll heal and makes grand promises that she’ll never be a doormat again.

Now, getting lost is the only way she’ll be able to find herself. In this first book of The Island trilogy, Cicily finds out just how delicious getting lost can be.

First of all, Getting Lost is the first book in The Island series, and it’s a novella. It’s been a while since I read erotica, and I forgot how enjoyable it can be. The plot is well-constructed and shows how the heroine gradually lets go of control, and of all her problems. Some parts were skipped over a little too easily though, and there’s definitely no sign of true romance, even though the main character insists being in love with one of the other characters and several secondary characters insist they’ve fallen for her.

Cicily Welling’s life was turned upside down when her parents and little brother passed away in a car accident, and her boyfriend turned out to be cheating on her. She’s been trying to find the pieces of her life back, but it’s been hard. When she gets in touch with someone saying he can help her, he talks about The Island, a place that can help those with emotional problems. Unaware of what she’s signing up for, Cicily leaves for The Island.

The Island however, is kind of like a haven for people who are into bondage, the dom/slave relationship, and all that. It’s all about letting go – of problems, of pain, of control. I was wondering how legal it would be to advertise a place like that with nothing more than saying it’s a place where you can heal and get help for your emotional problems, but either way, it actually works as some sort of catharsis for Cicily.

However, even as the book progresses, she still struggles with giving up control. What follows are some extremely hot scenes, relationships being explored, and the slow struggle for Cicily to give up control and let go of her problems.

The book was written well, and the pacing was fast, but not too fast. I’m still wondering how letting go control will help Cicily deal with her troubles, but I’ll guess we’ll learn more about that in the second book in this series.

There was one thing that annoyed me though. The declarations of love. Cicily falls in love with one of the other characters on the island. He supposedly falls in love with her as well, but so do certain others. It all seems too easily, like “I love you” really means “I’m attracted to you”. The latter would’ve worked great for me, or maybe even “I want you”, or something along those lines, but “I love you?” Doesn’t really fit the bill of what they’re trying to say.

Apart from that, this was an excellent read. I can’t wait to find out what happens next to Cicily.

Teaser Tuesdays (22)

Teaser-TuesdaysTeaser Tuesdays is a weekly meme hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. In this meme, we grab our current read, open it to a random page and share two teaser sentences from somewhere on that page with our readers.

Click HERE to view all my ‘Teaser Tuesdays‘ posts.

Here is my teaser:

“Maybe instead of trying to trick yourself into falling for another guy, you should just go confront Eddie and get it all out,” I suggested.

“Like you did with Sydney?” asked Jill archly. “That didn’t go so well.”

~ p. 83, The Fiery Heart by Richelle Mead

Book Review: Ruler of Demons by Scott A. Lerner

18761202Title: Ruler of Demons

Author: Scott A. Lerner

Genre: Thriller, Suspense, Supernatural

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

Only eleven shopping days till Christmas. And less than a week to save the world.

Three nuns—in Chicago, Paris, and Jerusalem—have been killed in a religious ritual. The choice of victims and the macabre details of their deaths indicate that someone is following a recipe provided on an ancient text—a recipe to unleash the forces of hell on earth. The final sacrifice must occur on the Winter Solstice.

Samuel Roberts, a small-town attorney in Urbana, Illinois, knows a bit about the supernatural, having triumphed at least once over the forces of evil. Thanks to a friend who is aware of Sam’s little known previous efforts on behalf of mankind, Sam is hired by a big Chicago law firm to take on a sensitive case. His mission? Nothing less than halting the impending apocalypse.

Sam and his good buddy Bob travel first to Jerusalem then Paris in a desperate race to save mankind.

I had no idea what to expect when I began reading Ruler of Demons, but the book turned out to be a pleasant surprise. Sam is a small-town attorney who has been having more and more trouble from the side of supernatural as of late, since he defeated evil once before. However, Sam is still traumatized by finding a chopped-off head in his fridge, and he wants nothing more than to stay away from the supernatural. Unfortunately, his reputation proceeds him and a wealthy Chicago law firm hires him on a sensitive case.

Three nuns have been murdered – one in Paris, one in Chicago, and one in Jerusalem – in terrible circumstances. The law firm suspects that whoever is behind it, wants to unleash the apocalypse on earth. They have an ancient scroll ready to prove it, and they fear the only man capable of doing the job might be Sam. Sam isn’t so convinced about that – until he finds a cut off tongue in his fridge, another traumatizing event. He decides he’s in, and invites his best friend Bob along, mostly because Bob has proven his worth before.

Sam and Bob go to Jerusalem first, where they visit an ancient site, where the nun was murdered in search for clues. They’re visited by an evil entity with sinister intentions, and narrowly escape the city to head to Paris. As the plot thickens, the two of them may be the only ones capable of saving the world from the impending apocalypse.

What pulled me in about this novel, were the characters. Sam and Bob have a great friendship. I loved how Bob always started about food, and how Sam managed to stay calm, no matter what. Their inside jokes made me feel connected to them. Sam was a bit of an average Joe, which made him all the more intriguing when he’s thrown in the world of the supernatural. He’s just a regular guy, and now he’s dealing with all this stuff he knows next to nothing about, all because of that one time he fought evil and won. The way they manage to keep being lighthearted, even in the face of danger, made this book unique.

 When the author described Jerusalem and Paris, I felt like I was really there. I liked the added touch of how Sam and Bob travel across the world to unravel clues. The descriptions and wording were great, and the book was edited well.

If I had to say one pet peeve (and the reason why it’s a four stars and not a five stars), then it would be the “telling” instead of “showing” in the narrative. The author will tell us Sam or Bob is concerned, worried, hungry, scared, etc. instead of show us. It doesn’t happen all the time, but it happened often enough to stand out for me.

All in all, a great, enjoyable read. I’d love to read the first book, and I’ll keep an eye out for any follow-ups by this author.

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? (43)

itsmondayIt’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila of Book Journey. It’s where book bloggers gather to talk about what books they read and reviewed last week, what books they’re currently reading and what books they’re planning to read. This is a great way for me to plan my reading week, and to take a sneak peek at what others are reading.

Finished Reading

Currently Reading

   

What are you reading this week?

Book Tours: Starter Day Party Storyteller Series

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I’m happy to host a starter day party today for YA fantasy series, the Storyteller Series. The series exists of three books, “The True World”, “The Quest of Galamar” and “The Last Page”. I’ll be reviewing the books on my blog in December. Meanwhile, stay tuned for the other tour posts.

Tour Schedule

November 25th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

November 27th:  Book Excerpt “The True World” @ The Single Librarian

November 29th: Author Interview @ Michael SciFan

December 1st: Book Excerpt “The Quest of Galamar” @ The Single Librarian

December 3rd:  Book Review “The True World @ I Heart Reading

December 4th: Book Excerpt “The Last Page” @ The Single Librarian

December 5th: Book Review “The Quest of Galamar” @ I Heart Reading

December 6th: Author Interview @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog

December 8th: Book Excerpt “The True World” @ Bookaholic Ramblings

December 10th: Book Review “The Last Page” @ I Heart Reading

December 11th: Book Excerpt “The Quest of Galamar” @ Bookaholic Ramblings

December 12th: Author Interview @ Majanka’s Blog

December 13th: Book Excerpt “The Last Page” @ Bookaholic Ramblings

December 14th: Book Review “The True World” @ Books, Books and More Books

December 15th: Author Interview @ The Book Daily

December 16th: Guest Post @ Editor Charlene

December 17th: Book Review “The Quest of Galamar” @ Books, Books and More Books

December 19th: Author Interview @  Forever Book Lover

December 20th: Book Review “The Last Page” @ Books, Books and More Books

December 22nd: Guest Post and Book Reviews for  “The True World”, “The Quest of Galamar” and “The Last Page” @ Readers Writers Connect and Nicole Y. Walters

December 23rd: Book Review “The True World” @ Daily Mayo

December 24th: Author Interview and Book Reviews for “The True World”, “The Quest of Galamar” and “The Last Page” @ Emms’ Wonderland

December 24th: Book Review “The Quest of Galamar” @ Daily Mayo

December 25th: Book Review “The Last Page” @ Daily Mayo

The Storyteller Series

book 1 coverStoryteller Book I:  The True World

Lily Lightfoot can make weird things happen, just by telling a story. It’s a gift she can’t always control, making her the queen of seventh grade outcasts. She can’t make a million dollars appear out of thin air or make it rain cupcakes, but it’s not for lack of trying. More than anything, she wants to see her mom, who’s left her in the care of her unconventional grandmother, Gwendolyn, and her only friend, Peter.

When Lily finds a strange fairytale book, she’s drawn into a fantasy world where her mother waits for her. When her grandmother admits to Lily they are fairies, hiding in this world from dark forces in another place, Lily is convinced the book she’s been reading is real. According to the book, those dark forces now threaten to destroy her mother. What Lily doesn’t know is they are already hunting her as well. Despite the dire warnings of Gwendolyn and Peter, Lily embarks on a mission to find a way into the fantasy world to save her mom. The events she sets into motion with the telling of a story will change all of their lives forever.

Storyteller Book II: The Quest of Galamar

book2-coverThe second book in the Storyteller Series, “The Quest of Galamar”, continues the tale of Lily Lightfoot and her friends Peter Everheart and Heather Whipple.  Now that they’ve found their way into the True World, the friends must rely on the help of Lord Gabriel, an enchanted elf, now a manticore, to find Lily’s captured grandmother, Gwendolyn.

Gabriel sends the three friends to find the full moon amulet, hidden deep in the mountains and guarded by a fierce dragon.  The amulet, one of four moonstones created ages ago by the fabled elf warrior Galamar, holds the power of the Northern Portal keeper, Ironblood the dragon.  Whoever possesses all four amulets has the power to recreate or destroy the True World.  Gabriel’s brother, Lord Kane, will stop at nothing to have the ancient powers for himself and keep Lily from fulfilling the Prophecy of Galamar.

On their epic journey, Lily learns more about magic, friendship, the power of forgiveness and finding the strength we all possess inside.

 

Storyteller Book III: The Last Page

book-III-cover-finalWhen her story began in Storyteller: The True World, Lily Lightfoot didn’t know she was a fairy with the power to make things happen, just by telling a story, but then everything changed. Now she’s on a quest to save the True World with only a few friends to help her. Her mother and her best friend captured, it’s up to Lily to complete the Quest of Galamar – a centuries old fairy tale.  All she has to do is figure out how to turn back time. Easy, right?

In Storyteller Book II: The Quest of Galamar, Gabriel sent the three friends to find the Full Moon Amulet, hidden deep in the mountains and guarded by a fierce dragon. The amulet, one of four moonstones created ages ago by the fabled elf warrior Galamar, holds the power of the Northern Portal keeper, Ironblood the dragon. Whoever possesses all four amulets has the power to recreate or destroy the True World. Gabriel’s brother, Lord Kane, will stop at nothing to have the ancient powers for himself and keep Lily from fulfilling the Prophecy of Galamar.

The amulet recovered, Lily loses her guardian and best friend in the process. The only way to save him is to face the remaining portal keepers, the Griffin and the Harpy, and Lord Kane himself. As the True World prepares for an epic battle, Lily races to find those she loves and fulfill the ancient quest before it’s too late.

Author Bio

2013-04-17 17.39.11Lisa, like most writers, began scribbling silly notes, stories, and poems at a very young age.  Born in North Carolina, the South proved fertile ground to her imagination with its beautiful white sand beaches and red earth.  In fifth grade, she wrote, directed and starred in a play “The Queen of the Nile” at school, despite the fact that she is decidedly un-Egyptian looking.  Perhaps that’s why she went on to become a real life archaeologist?

Unexpectedly transplanted to Idaho as a teenager, Lisa learned to love the desert and the wide open skies out West.  This is where her interest in cultures, both ancient and living, really took root, and she became a Great Basin archaeologist. However, the itch to write never did leave for long.  Her first books became the middle grade fantasy trilogy, The Storyteller Series.  Her first traditionally published work, Hush Puppy, is coming soon from Featherweight Press.

Lisa still lives in Idaho with her family and a menagerie of furry critters that includes way too many llamas!

 

Links

Twitter: http://twitter.com/peach83352

Facebook Fan page   https://www.facebook.com/LisaTCresswell

Goodreads  http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5245305.Lisa_Cresswell

YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/LisaTCresswell/videos?view=0&flow=grid

Pinterest Storyteller Page  http://www.pinterest.com/peach83352/the-storyteller-series/

Storyteller links

Smashwords Storyteller http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/73944

B&N Storyteller:  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/storyteller-lisa-cresswell/1104562251?ean=2940011412257

Kobo Storyteller  http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/The-Quest-of-Galamar/book-QxxSNDWRnUSjNm4d-icu1A/page1.html?s=gJatK7ciR02GtrisAbqEig&r=1

Diesel Storyteller   http://www.dieselbookstore.com/ebook/9781466041998

Storyteller Series Pinterest page http://pinterest.com/peach83352/the-storyteller-series/

The Quest of Galamar links

Smashwords Galamar https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/103794

B&N Galamar: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-quest-of-galamar-lisa-cresswell/1107712824?ean=2940032860617

Kobo Galamar    http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Storyteller/book-qV4I1eE4IEODu8XXkOM0DA/page1.html?s=gJatK7ciR02GtrisAbqEig&r=2

Diesel Galamar   http://www.dieselbookstore.com/ebook/9781466146716

The Last Page links

Smashwords https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/376709

Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18777776-the-last-page

Book Review: Simon’s Choice by Charlotte Castle

8600510Title: Simon’s Choice
Author: Charlotte Castle
Genre: Drama, Contemporary
Rating: 4 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

“But, Daddy? Who will live with me in Heaven?”

Doctor Simon Bailey has everything a man could ever want. Then his beautiful daughter is diagnosed with Leukemia.

He can almost accept her impending death. He can almost accept the fact that he will have to live without her. But he cannot stand the thought of his little girl having to face death alone.

He answers her innocent question in a moment of desperation, testing his marriage, his professional judgment and his sanity to the limit. As cracks form in Simon’s previously perfect family, we wonder, as do his loved ones … will he really make the ultimate sacrifice?

Combining poignant moments of both humour and pain, ‘Simon’s Choice’ is a penetrating account of parenthood at the sharp-end.

Simon’s Choice is a heart-wrenching, time-stopping novel that brought me to the edge of tears. It’s drama at its finest, showing us the darkest sides of life, but doing so in a convincing way.

Simon’s daughter has been diagnosed with Leukemia. She’s been in remission for a while, but now the illness is back and more destructive than ever. He’s a doctor and blames himself for not noticing her symptons right away. When Simon and his wife get the devastating news that their daughter will not recover, and only has a few months left to live, it shatters their family.

When his daughter, Sarah, asks him if she’s going to die, she takes up the news in stride. What she can’t cope with, is being all alone in heaven. No relatives of theirs have passed away, and there’s no one there to take care of her when she dies. So when she asks, Simon gives the most illogical response ever: he’ll go with her.

For his wife, Melissa, who translates this into Simon going to kill himself, this news shows his mental instability. She distances herself from her husband, and she goes very far with this. I found it to be believable, but my feelings toward Melissa went from feeling sorry to hating her after seeing what she put him through. She only allowed him supervised visits with Sarah, told him to move out, and so on. Basically she blamed him for everything, without putting any blame on herself.

The ending was bittersweet, and had a massive emotional impact on me. The book is strong in general, but it has its ups and downs. Melissa’s reactions were exaggerated, but I kind of understand she could behave so irrationally in light of what happened.

The book also opens up our eyes to how we act around people in as much pain as Simon and Melissa are, and it’s not pretty.

Don’t expect a light read when you start this book. I ended up teary-eyed, but if I hadn’t been in the train when reading, I probably would’ve cried my eyes out. Not for the faint of heart.

Book Tours: Starter Day Party DayDreamer

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I’m happy to host a starter day party today for YA paranormal romance novel “DayDreamer”. The tour runs from November 24 to December 1, and I’ll be reviewing the book on my blog on November 28.

Tour Schedule

November 24th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

November 24th: Book Excerpt @ Stories of Romance

November 26th: Author Interview @ Editor Charlene

November 28th: Book Review @ I Heart Reading

November 30th: Book Excerpt @ Readers Writers Connect

December 1st: Book Review @ I’m an Eclectic Reader

About DayDreamer

Moon-DAYDREAMER-Cover-KindleTitle: DayDreamer

Author: Chrissy Moon

Genre: YA Paranormal Romance

Kayla’s 16 and a half. And she’s Lyzicc, which means her birth parents are ancient mythos creatures who’ve been hiding out on Earth.

She has no idea who they are.

All she knows is that she has a new power that shows her the daydreams of others. Two of the cutest guys in school are competing for her attention. Hale is Lyzicc and is pretty tight-lipped about his background. Collin comes from a family whose dark obsession with the Lyzicc Community keeps Kayla guessing about his true intentions.

Join Kayla as she hunts for the truth about herself and survives high school at the same time!

 

Author Bio

feb 2008Chrissy Moon was born and raised in California, but secretly (or not) likes Seattle more.

When not writing or scribbling notes on a random piece of scrap paper, Chrissy can be seen grabbing an Iced Americano from Starbucks, cursing at bad drivers (without admitting that she herself is one), pretending to eat healthy but actually splurging on food, and spending time with her boys.

Her favorite novel of all time is The Good Earth by Pearl Buck, but she can usually be found curled up with one of her two Kindles reading a book by one of her author friends.

She loves to laugh, but would be an absolutely terrible comedienne. She’s really just happiest being behind the scenes.

Some of Chrissy’s passions in life are languages and history. Arithmetic continues to be her mortal enemy.

Links

chrissymoon.com
Twitter: @WriterAngel
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AuthorChrissyMoon

Paperback: http://www.amazon.com/dp/0615894186/?tag=bdsitelogin-20

Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/DayDreamer-Chrissy-Moon-ebook/dp/B00FW5TX4C/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=&qid=

Giveaway

One lucky winner will get a paperback copy of “DayDreamer”. All you have to do to participate in the giveOne lucky winner will get a paperback copy of “DayDreamer”. All you have to do to participate in the giveaway, is leave a comment on one of the blogs participating! The giveaway is international.

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Cover Reveal Party The Druid’s Doorway

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We’re happy to celebrate the cover reveal party today for “The Druid’s Doorway”, a YA urban fantasy novel by author SG Daniels.

Without further ado, here is the cover…

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About The Druid’s Doorway

Jake Reese thinks he’s just a screwed-up high school kid living in a small town isolated in the Arizona desert. Traumatized at an early age by his mother’s sudden death—and believing he might have had something to do with it—he’s allowed his guilt and lack of self-confidence to rule his life.

Hailey is the fiery little redhead that sees Jake as more than a just a good friend. When she invites him as her date to a school function, it brings down the walls he’s built to protect his heart, and sets off a series of events that threaten not only Jake’s life, but that of everyone around him.

The discovery of a portal on the outskirts of town brings Jake face-to-face with death and reveals a closely guarded secret about his mother. No longer is his memory of her the only thing that haunts him. Something evil from her past has escaped through the portal, and nothing will prevent it from trying to steal Jake’s future.

Can Jake overcome his fears to keep Hailey safe? Will the decisions he’s forced to make destroy everyone he knows and loves? And ultimately…is he strong enough to live with those choices?

Author Bio

S.G. Daniels lives in rural Central Illinois with her husband of thirty-one years, and two spoiled cats, Payne and Jenks. She works full-time in a local medical facility as a patient accounting refund specialist. Most of her evenings she can be found in front of her computer, working on story ideas, or learning the ins and outs of the writing world. On the weekends, if she’s not spending time outside, she’s usually found nose-deep in a book. When S.G. unleashes her inner daredevil, she usually takes off through winding timber trails or country roads on the ATV. Her weaknesses are iced tea and pretzels, especially when she’s working on a story.

Links

Website: www.sgdaniels.com
Twitter: @SGDanielsAuthor
Facebook: www.facebook.com/s.g.daniels.author
Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/sgdanielsbooks