Monday, January 26, 2015

Cover Reveal ~ Amber Smoke by Kristin Cast (The Escaped #1) ~ #NA #Paranormal #Mythology #Giveaway

Amber Smoke by Kristin Cast
(The Escaped #1)

Published by: Diversion Books
Publication date: June 9th 2015
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal


The door to the massive New York Times bestselling HOUSE OF NIGHT series has closed.  Now, Kristin Cast kicks down a new door to welcome her millions of fans to her latest sizzling series.

There is a world that runs parallel to our own, a world in which the souls of the damned are caged, where they are looked over by the Furies, and where they spend eternity in torment, mirroring the devastation and mayhem they created when alive.
Someone has opened the cage.

The worst of terrors has crossed the barrier that separates our world from theirs, and the Furies send a great, albeit untested warrior—their only son, Alek—to try to bring those souls back.  He is young and handsome, headstrong and impulsive, and he won’t be able to do it alone.

Eva has grown up, beautiful and beloved, but surrounded by secrets.  First, she will be hunted in an ancient feud that will threaten her life.  Then, she will become the hunter.
With the police closing in and two worlds on the verge of crumbling around them, Alek and Eva must find each other, discover the limits of their powers, and work together to save everything they hold dear, including one another.  Blending elements of mythology with the dazzling storytelling that her fans have devoured through the HOUSE OF NIGHT series, Kristin Cast weaves a spellbinding and passionate tale that starts a thrilling new series with an explosive charge.


Kristin Cast is a NY Times and USA Today bestselling author who teamed with her mother to write the young adult House of Night series. She has stories in several anthologies, as well as editorial credits, and a thriving t-shirt line. The first book in her new adult paranormal romance series releases June 9th, 2015!

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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Cover Reveal ~ Everlost by Candace Knoebel (Night Watchmen #3) ~ #Paranormal Romance

Everlost by Candace Knoebel
(Night Watchmen #3)

Publication date: Summer 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Young Adult


One truth will unravel them all.
Faye Middleton thought the worst had come to pass the night she and her friends barely escaped from Ethryeal City and the clutches of the evil Priestess Clara. Officially shunned from the Coven, Faye is forced to lay low in order to come up with a plan to bring Clara down.
At Jaxen’s childhood manor, they were supposed to be safe from any outside issues, and they were… until his long-lost mother shows up. Determined to win back what she lost so long ago, Evangeline reveals a secret that could shatter their beliefs, or be their saving grace.
Now, with two Covens searching for Faye, they must find a way to start over. With the help of the Rebellion, they begin the arduous task of forming their own army. However, the choices they are faced with leave them questioning everything they’ve ever known.


Candace Knoebel is the award-winning author of Born in Flames-book one in a young adult fantasy trilogy. She discovered in 2009 through lunch breaks and late nights after putting her kids to bed, a world where she could escape the ever-pressing days of an eight to five Purgatory. And an outlet for all the voices residing in her head.

Published by 48fourteen in 2012, Born in Flames went on to win Turning the Pages Book of the Year award in February of 2013. In January of 2014, the last book in the trilogy, From the Embers, was released, thusly completing the trilogy. She now works on the Night Watchmen Series, while guzzling Red Bulls and pretending to be a ninja on Heelys.

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Friday, January 9, 2015

#Book #Review ~ Tormented (Evolution #2) by Kelly Carrero - #Paranormal #Sci-Fi

Tormented (Evolution #2)
by Kelly Carrero

Jade is only just coming to terms with her mothers murder when she discovers she is the centre of a sadistic game where the consequences will destroy the lives around her.

Someone will die.

Someone will live.

Who these will be will depend on Jade being able to figure out the cryptic messages before time runs out.

Someone will discover her secret.

Someone has been deceiving her.

And Jades life will once again be changed forever.

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Book 1 Free - Evolution - Amazon
Book 2 Tormented - Amazon
Book 3 - Deception - Amazon
Book 4 - Vengeance - Amazon
Book 5 - Contained - Amazon

I love this series, and can't believe I had waited so long to read this 2nd book. It got lost in the pile of books I needed to read for review, and finally found it again. I feel bad that I waited so long. But in my defense, I had my Kindle Fire die, and it was replaced twice, now got the 8.9 screen one and had not loaded all the cloud books onto it. Anyway, I am glad I stumbled across it in my cloud and read it. Now am itching to read the rest in the series. As soon as I can get them, I sure will, now that I am not as overloaded with review books. Playing catch up on old request.

If your one who likes movies like X-Men, and just in general people with special abilities, then you will like this series. I like the different locations that this takes place in, being from the States myself, I like reading books that take place in other locations like Australia and England for example. It feels like I am there, and since this author does an amazing job on the descriptions I feel a part of it.

This  book picks up soon after the cliffhanger of book one, where Jade walks in on the murder scene of her mother. The twists that come about in this book are amazing and I did not see them coming. I still love the relationship between Jade and Aiden, and yeah, Aiden is still hot, sweet, just overall a great guy. I love him even more.

I was glued to my Kindle with this, had me up late at night reading, as I could not put it down. It was intense, and suspenseful too. And wow , that revelation at the end was sure something. Whew, can't wait to get my hands on the next books.

Guess one good thing about waiting to read this one (even if it was by mistake, lol) is I can now read them all back to back when I get them.

I do not want to give anything away, so just go get these books! You won't be sorry.

I was provided a copy of this book from the author for my honest review.

5 out of 5 stars.

This review is also at Goodreads and Amazon

I have the first chapter below, but if you had not read book one, Do Not Read as it may spoil stuff from book one.


All humans are created equal… God, how I wished I could go back to being just as ignorant to the truth of my existence. Or more so, I wished I was just a normal human because then my mum would still be alive, and I would still be living in Australia. Instead, I was in hiding, living in Thailand with my boyfriend, Aiden.
I knew I was lucky to have someone go through my change with me, especially a guy who was going through it himself, but with more awareness since his parents were the same.
I still thought about my mum every day and had the occasional morbid dream, but I no longer blamed myself for her death. I wasn’t sure if that was something I came to terms with on my own or with the help of Aiden.
Any other time or place, I would have thought Thailand to be the perfect holiday escape. The weather was literally perfect every day. The people were so nice and hospitable and didn’t seem to have a care in the world.
I was on my way to Baha Baha, which was a great little cafe where Aiden and I practically lived. It wasn’t the nicest looking of places on the outside. In fact, when a local first suggested that we eat there, I thought he was trying to kill us from food poisoning so he could steal our money. Then, I found out the cafe made the most delicious food and drinks I had ever tasted. I pushed my way through the old plastic hanging strips that covered the entrance—their way of trying to keep the flies out of the kitchen.
“You must have E.S.P. or something,” Jaidee called from behind the kitchen bench. He walked out to the register with our food packaged and ready to go.
“Nah, just good timing.” I laughed, thinking of the truth.
“Should I put it on your bill?” he asked.
“Actually…” I reached into my pocket and pulled out some money. “I’ll clear the debt today. This should settle it.” I handed over the money. “And keep the change. You deserve it; your prices are way too low.”
“Wow!” Jaidee’s eye’s widened. “Are you sure?”
“Positive,” I replied. It felt good seeing the way his face lit up. The amount was probably more money than he would make in a month.
Jaidee still had a grin plastered across his face as he disappeared out the back to grab his account book. The cafe was filled with the usual local crowd, chowing down their lunch as if drinking soup. I had never seen anything like the way they moved their chopsticks—amazing.
I suddenly got a very bad feeling that something was very wrong. When he came back to the counter, I started to ask, “Jaidee, is everything—” Before I could finish my sentence, a man dressed in black from head to toe barged through the front door. He was armed with a machine gun and looked like he meant business.
Without so much as a word, the guy started firing. Everything immediately went into slow motion.  I could actually see the bullets leaving the gun as if I were watching a movie and had slowed it down to view it frame by frame. I could even see the air ripple as the bullets propelled their way through it.
At least twenty adults were huddled around the four small tables. Two of the women held babies to their chests. Another two toddlers sat on the floor, obliviously playing with their toy cars.
The man continued to spray bullets into the air.  Visions started flooding my mind of the bullets piercing the skin of the unsuspecting victims. The people’s bodies were being tossed around by the force of the bullets. And the blood… it was everywhere.
My mind quickly snapped back to the present while I continued to watch the bullets get closer and closer to their victims. My mind raced as I tried to figure out what I could do to stop the inevitable carnage I had just witnessed through my vision.
What I was dealing with was far beyond my capabilities. I had only just learnt to control my transportation abilities, and my mind reading was still very limited. Glancing around the room, I realised the bullets were within inches of their destinies. Trying to drain out the carnage that flooded my mind, I thought of the person I needed to see so desperately, the one person who could remove the images from my mind—Aiden.
Within a split second, I could no longer hear the bullets rippling through the air or static of everyone’s conversations in slow mode. I heard the crashing of waves, smelled salty sea breeze, and felt sand between my toes. I opened my eyes. Tears streamed down my cheeks, blurring my vision, but that didn’t matter. All I could see was the vision of all those innocent people being slaughtered, and there was nothing I could do to help them.
What good was having my abilities if all they did was bring sorrow to my life? I felt Aiden wrapping his arms around me. The next think I knew, the visions were gone, replaced by Aiden’s shocked expression as he stared at me.
My mind was still working in slow motion as I looked around at my surroundings, not believing what I was seeing. They were all there—Jaidee, the men, the mothers with their babies, and the toddlers who had been sitting on the floor beside the table. Everyone was on the beach, safe and sound. But how?
“You must have transported them here with you.” Aiden’s voice was still going at its normal pace, even though everything else was not. “I don’t know how, but that’s not important right now. We have to be quick and get out of here before they see us.”
Aiden was right. All of those people were about to realise they were no longer sitting in the cafe, but on a sandy beach with tourists from around the world watching them.
I stood there in amazement as Aiden quickly removed any trace of me from their memories. Jaidee wouldn’t even remember that I had placed an order with him less than twenty minutes ago.
“I’m ready,” he said, pulling me into his arms.
I transported us behind some clumped palm trees, which were a safe distance away from the group. As my vision returned to normal, I watched their shocked faces search for some sort of understanding of what had just happened. The locals were starting to freak.
“What did you do?” Aiden asked, shaking his head.
“I don’t know.” I thought about what had happened so Aiden could see for himself.
“How?” He sounded as shocked as I felt.
I had only ever been able to transport Aiden with me. A couple of times, I tried transporting animals, as they wouldn’t be able to tell anyone about it. But it never worked. I had never managed to transport another living creature with me, besides Aiden, of course.
The voices on the beach reached hysteria as the people tried to make sense of what was happening. Passersby flocked to the cafe crowd. They also couldn’t believe what they were seeing. One minute they had been staring out at the deserted beach leading into the crystal clear blue waters, and the next second, a group of people was obstructing their view.
“Don’t worry. No one else saw us,” Aiden assured me.
My mind reading capabilities were still limited to a few meters from myself, unlike Aiden, who could hear anyone’s thoughts within a couple of hundred meters. For some reason we were not bound to only being able to communicate telepathically when within close proximity to one another, as his parents were. Aiden and I could speak to each other no matter how great the distance.
"Give me a sec," Aiden said. He concentrated on making new memories for all the people on the beach. Due to the number of them, he had to opt for a basic memory, even though that left a lot of vague spots.
Once Aiden finished, the people all thought they had planned to go to the beach that day. How they had gotten down there and why they weren’t dressed for the beach was left open, and every time their thoughts would go to that gap, their minds would become foggy, and then there would be acceptance.
“Let’s get out of here,” Aiden said.
Aiden’s transportation abilities were not yet as strong as mine. He was limited to needing to physically see the location where he wanted to transport. It actually looked as if he were bouncing from point to point, whereas I was somehow able to transport myself to anyone and anywhere, which was another strange thing about me.
All the others like us needed to know the physical location where they want to go. They were unable to transport to a person without knowing where that person was.
I sat on the couch with my legs folded up against my chest, listening to Aiden's thoughts running through his head. He stood on the balcony, watching the crowd on the beach, and tried to make sense of what I did and what it all meant.
I wondered why bad things happened so often around us lately, or rather, around me lately. There were things about what had happened back in Australia that still didn’t make sense. Why had the psycho wanted me? Why had someone killed my mother? And why had her murderer hidden and waited for me to come home?
Those were all things that I did not want to think about. That was part of the reason why we were here in Thailand. I needed a break from reality where I didn’t have to think about the heartbreaking truth of what happened back home in Australia. My mum was dead because of me.
With that thought, Aiden was instantly by my side, pulling me into his arms. He knew that I wasn’t okay. He also knew that it was time to face my demons. There were only two people who would be able to help me with that: Aiden’s parents—Anna and Dave.
Before I had a chance to talk myself out of it, I closed my eyes and thought about Anna.

Sunday, December 7, 2014

#Giveaway ~ My Ex From Hell by Tellulah Darling (The Blooming Goddess Trilogy #1)

My Ex From Hell by Tellulah Darling
(The Blooming Goddess Trilogy #1)

Publication date: April 1st 2013
Genres: Fantasy, Mythology, Young Adult

Sixteen-year-old Sophie Bloom wishes she’d been taught the following:
a) Bad boy’s presence (TrOuBlE) + teen girl’s brain (DraMa) = TrAuMa (Highly unstable and very volatile.)
b) The Genus Greekulum Godissimus is notable for three traits: 1) awesome abilities, 2) grudges, and 3) hook-ups, break-ups, and in-fighting that puts cable to shame.
Prior to the Halloween dance, Sophie figures her worst problems involve adolescent theatrics, bitchy teen yoga girls, and being on probation at her boarding school for mouthy behaviour. Then she meets bad boy Kai and gets the kiss that rocks her world.
This breath stealing lip lock reawakens Sophie’s true identity: Persephone, Goddess of Spring. She’s key to saving humanity in the war between the Underworld and Olympus, target numero uno of Hades and Zeus, and totally screwed.
Plus there’s also the little issue that Sophie’s last memory as Persephone was just before someone tried to murder her.
Big picture: master her powers, get her memories back, defeat Persephone’s would be assassin, and save the world. Also, sneak into the Underworld to retrieve stolen property, battle the minions of Hades and Zeus, outwit psycho nymphs, slay a dragon, rescue a classmate, keep from getting her butt expelled from the one place designed to keep her safe …
… and stop kissing Kai, Prince of the Underworld.
My Ex From Hell is a YA romantic comedy, Greek mythology smackdown. Love meets comedy with a whole lot of sass in book one of this teen fantasy romance series. Compared to Kai and Sophie, Romeo and Juliet had it easy.

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Tellulah Darling

Sassy girls. Swoony boys. What could go wrong?

1. YA romantic comedy author because her first kiss sucked and she's compensating.
2. Alter ego of former screenwriter.
3. Sassy minx.

Writes about: where love meets comedy. Awkwardness ensues.

Tellulah Darling is a firm believer that some of the best stories happen when love meets comedy. Which is why she has so much fun writing YA romantic comedy books. Her books span contemporary, teen fantasy romance, and YA Greek mythology, and range from stand alones to series. For Tellulah, teen romance is the most passionate, intense, and awkward there is – a comedy goldmine. Plus smart, mouthy, teen girls rock.

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My sucky first kiss or Why I write YA romantic comedy books
I don't actually remember my first kiss. And believe me, it's not because there was such a variety of them in my teen years that it just got lost in the shuffle. Which, sigh, is probably another reason I write YA romantic comedy. At least my characters fare better than I did.
While I may not remember my actual first kiss, the first one I do remember is forever burned in my brain. I was fifteen years old and a cute boy (cute being relative to my age and the decade) had asked me to go to the fireworks with him.
Sounds romantic, doesn't it? Yeah, throw that idea out. Imagine you and ten thousand of your closest friends packed onto a beach to listen to a deafening soundtrack of rock ballads while watching the light show overhead. Now make at least half of those people drunk.
But silly, innocent girl that I was, I though this was going to be highly romantic - a night of cuddling with perhaps one perfect kiss as the final firework burst overhead and in that moment of silent awe, I would feel, nay hear our two hearts beat as one.
I remember that we got there about three hours early to secure a spot. The boy had not brought any kind of blanket, so this was three hours of sitting in sand, while families and yahoos settled in around us. But that was okay. It gave us a chance to talk, probably about such scintillating topics as which of our friends was screwing around on whom and what TV shows were we watching. I remember having overlooked the fact that he didn't read because he was cute. (Never again.) It did allow a pleasant sexual tension to build between us and by the time the sun had set and the show started, I was all ready for the hand holding to begin.
Now, skip the hand holding because in a blink, as the crowd around us roared and the first flare lit up the sky, I felt myself pushed back onto the sand and these giant lips come towards me. Tongue may have been hanging out. And while I can't remember that part exactly thanks to some very excellent trauma
repression, I do have a very clear memory of thinking, "this is going to be gross." Which then warred with the thought, "but I am about to be kissed." The kissing won out. Because I was 15 and stupid. But it was a curiously detached experience, with me trying to figure out if his lips were growing and what the polite amount of time was that I could allow this before I shoved him off me and grabbed a desperately wanted tissue to wipe off my face.
Forty minutes. That was the length of the fireworks show (of which I saw nothing) and the amount of time he kissed me with those massive, fleshy, wet lips. I take responsibility for not shutting down the action sooner, but my mother had raised me to be polite and I wasn't sure what the polite way to express "EW THIS IS SO DISGUSTING!" was.
So I kind of tuned out and focused on all the places that sand was creeping in. And not in a pleasant "yay friction" kind of way. At long long last, the show ended. At which point he did sweetly take my hand and we began the trek to the bus stop. I tried one last time to salvage my romantic ideals with a cuddle on the bus, but that seemed to give him the idea that I wanted to kiss some more. Which I so didn't. So I moved seats. And that was the first kiss I can remember having.
Which leads me, good people, to why I write YA romantic comedy. Because while I can appreciate the humour of awkward teen passion, I'mdetermined to write girls who will push that boy off them for not being romantic. Or ruining the kissing experience. Girls who will say, "Nope. This isn't working for me." Who will make their boys smarten up and figure out how to treat a girl, even if they have to teach the guy themselves.
And I figure if I write enough great kisses, I'll end up believing that one of them was mine.

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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Walled (The Line Book 2) by Anne Tibbets ~ Blitz ~ Excerpts

Walled by Anne Tibbets
(The Line #2)

Published by: Carina Press (HQN)
Publication date: December 1st 2014
Genres: Dystopia, New Adult

Freedom means making brutal choices.

Rebel lovers Naya and Ric have survived one year in hiding, raising Naya’s twins from infants to toddlers in the shadow of the brutal Auberge dictatorship. They’re alive, and they’re together, but the city is crumbling around them and the haunting memory of Naya’s dark days on The Line have never fully left them. Living in isolation won’t be an option forever.

When a mysterious revolutionary seeks their help to infiltrate Auberge’s electronic heart and shut it down, it’s an opportunity—it’s risky, yes, but if it works they’ll get out of the city and taste freedom for the first time. Naya needs this. They need this.

Beyond the broken walls of Auberge, Naya and Ric find the paradise they’ve always longed for. But with anarchy reigning and Naya’s children lost amidst the chaos, they’ll need to forfeit their post-apocalyptic Eden…or commit an unspeakable act.

Book two of two.


Anne Tibbets is an SCBWI award-winning and Best Selling author. After writing for Children’s television, Anne found her way to young/new adult fiction by following what she loves: books, strong female characters, twisted family dynamics, magic, sword fights, quick moving plots, and ferocious and cuddly animals.

Along with CARRIER, Anne is also the author of the young adult fantasy novella, THE BEAST CALL and the young adult contemporary, SHUT UP.

Anne divides her time between writing, her family, and three furry creatures that she secretly believes are plotting her assassination.

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Excerpt #1:

“No!” Sonya shouted, clenching her jaw as her eyes bugged wide. “Not enough! It’s our fault we got those girls killed. Her fault!” She pointed at me again, and I felt my insides burst into flames and scatter like ash. “So don’t stand there and tell me how feeling compassion is the way to go. Compassion only gets people killed faster. It’s using your fucking brain, and thinking, planning, strategizing, that’s going to end this war. It’s following your goddamned mission and not getting distracted! And guess what? People are still going to die. So go ahead, stay behind because it feels right. Choose the fate of hundreds of thousands of people based on your fucking feelings.”

Excerpt #2:

He peeled open my shirt, pulled up my bra and kissed and licked my body, my nipples, my ribs, navel—everywhere his hands roamed, so did his mouth.
To my surprise, I moaned with pleasure. His touch was having a strange effect on me. I could hardly think straight. He was soft, gentle, hot and wet. He was painting me with his hands and it enveloped me whole.
          I’m not ready for this! But oh, my God! It feels so good.

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Monday, November 24, 2014

#Review ~ Blog Tour ~ The 13th Descent by Ky Lehman (Rosefire Trilogy #1) ~ Character Cast

The 13th Descent by Ky Lehman
(Rosefire Trilogy #1)

Publication date: August 30th 2014
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Young Adult

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The revolutionary year following Serenay “Ren” Avalon’s eighteenth birthday could rival Clark Kent’s entire adolescence. After her mother and her grandmother were killed in a car bomb explosion at the heart of their sleepy hillside town where nothing extraordinary usually happens, she discovers that her mother is actually alive and in hiding, her long lost father is a Father, and her best friend, who turns out was once an Archangel, has taken a gargantuan step back in his evolution to live on Earth with her for the past thirteen lifetimes. And besides being the only one in her immediate circle with a serious case of past life dementia, she learns that during her first lifetime, she was married to one of the greatest teachers history has ever known who is now the gorgeous lead singer of a hot new rock band taking the world by storm, and who is keen to meet up with her again in the twenty first century.

As Ren realizes that the powerful family name she bears also brings with it the promise of an unnatural death, she is reminded that it has always brought hope to people on both sides of the veil, human and Tor. As the world draws closer to being completely shrouded by the dark cloaks of her age-old enemies, the Bloodstones, she now, more than ever before, has to draw strength from her origins to protect her family and their ancient truth from this global force responsible for torturing and killing centuries of her ancestors. As she struggles to unearth who she was, who she is, and who she chooses to be, as well as the expectations of her first mortal love and the heavenly love she has always guiltily denied, she has until midnight on the Solstice find a way to bring light to a compromised heart and to a world on the brink of perpetual darkness.

This first book in The Rosefire Trilogy is a reminder of how the choices we make in the throes of love, loss, hope, and adversity are what makes the divine human, and the human divine.



KY LEHMAN is a novelist, a children's author, a teacher of swimming and water safety, wife to her high school sweetheart and the proud mother of their three very tall sons. She lives in the Yarra Ranges, Victoria, Australia with her husband and their children where she is currently writing the second book in The Rosefire Trilogy, The 13th Rising.

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I have to say first is that I did enjoy this book, alot, liked the characters and all that. But had one issue, and this could be my fault, but I had trouble catching on to what was going on. I got confused often, and just had trouble grasping it all. I wonder if it's just me, or will others also have this issue.

The prologue was great, but then the confusion hit when I started into the rest of the book. Took me awhile to figure out that we were reading more about the child (i think) from Prologue. If   I am right, then thats cool, but maybe that could have been a bit clearer for us.

I usually can grasp books storylines better than  I did this one. I guess its the remembering past lives she has to do that got me confused. I was not always sure when I was reading about her. Also there is so many questions, many that I feel should have been addressed in this book, but maybe they will be told in the next book. I did get pulled into this world the author created, and still really enjoyed it. I wasn't pleased at the end, as I really do not like to be left hanging, so hope the next book wont be too long of a wait.

I still recommend this book, because even though I was a bit confused, doesn't mean everyone would be.
I give this book 4 1/2 out of 5 stars.

I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest review.

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Some of you have asked what Ren, Mike, and Josh look like, so I have attached the pics I have on up my study wall: the ones I gazed at back when I was writing THE 13TH DESCENT, and now as I am in the process of writing the sequel! These pics are frighteningly close to the Ren, Mike, and Josh I have always seen in my head, and my interpretation of their public personas together with where they hail from has a little something to do with it too...

Our feisty protagonist and trail blazer, REN - the naturally beautiful and talented Aussie girl, Isabel Lucas 

Resident Archangel Royal who has loved and fought alongside Ren for 13 lifetimes, MIKE - the new world boy with an old world heart whose physical strength is only a precursor to the strength he holds within, Henry Cavill

Once a great leader history has written countless stories about, who, these days, is the front man of a popular local rock band quickly going global, JOSH - a straight talking, innovative, warm hearted, hot Scot with a smile that'll make you stutter, Sam Heughan 

Some of you have asked about what Benni Dhoo looks like...where to begin...he's a unique one...I think I'll have to get someone to draw him for me! Will keep you posted :-)

Love and best wishes to you and yours, Ky xx

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