Saturday, February 2, 2013

Stacking the Shelves and In My Mailbox 2/2





Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks.
Hosted by Tyngas Reviews, visit her site to get all the guidelines, and to add to the linky list if you want to participate.

In My Mail Box is Hosted by
 the Story Siren. You can participate and add to the linky there (Post at her site usually live on Sundays, I post on Sat)


Lantern & Poison (The Ferryman and the Flame #1.5)



This is SURRENDER from the villain's POV. 
Hadwen is no more. The Daed have no choice but to travel to Avrigost to awaken Crestaos. They're thrown into a whirlwind quest for the Flames, not knowing how ruthless and sadistic Crestaos can be. 
Meet Isadora The Iolite Flame, Lotesse The Emerald Flame, Cossisea The Ruby Flame, Shezeel The Quartz Flame and Tiki The Carnelian Flame in this novella that dives deeper into Kaliel and Krishani's nightmare.

Justice (The Ferryman and the Flame #2)



How far would you go to destroy yourself?
Krishani always knew he would have to go to the Lands of Men, but he never thought it would be like this. Enemies everywhere, an ancestor he can't respect, elders he can't trust, a curse he can't stop and friends he can't help but hate. Desperate to end the pain, he sets out on a quest to find the other Flames and face the enemy that took everything from him.


Blood & Gold (The Ferryman and the Flame #2.5)




This is JUSTICE from the villain's POV. 
The Daed are pawns to one of the most powerful members of the Valtanyana. Crestaos is insane, his hunger for the Flames insatiable. The closer the Daed get to achieving his goal, the more expendable they become.





Fallen (Guardian Trilogy #1)



Fallen - the first book in the Guardian Trilogy...
Maggie is unaware of the terrifying fate that awaits her. It isn’t until she lands in New Orleans for a full year at a private high school and her unknown enemies find her does she realize that her life is in danger. 
As a mystifying stranger repeatedly intervenes and blocks the attempts on her life, she begins to learn that there is more to him than his need to protect her and that he may be the key to understanding why her enemies have just now arrived.


Our Own Worst Enemies



Zombies suck. Seriously. For the past year they’ve been making Callie’s life a living hell, and things are only getting worse. With the undead population on the rise and supplies becoming scarce something needs to give.
When rumors of an enclave that’s safe and well stocked reach Callie and her neighbor Josh, they decide to brave the dangerous streets in search of some long lost peace.
Will it turn out to be everything they’ve ever dreamed of, or will it be, as Callie fears, too good to be true?


Perpetual (Revoker Book I)



“Some people say they don’t care. I actually mean it.”
Mercy Green didn’t become this way overnight. Centuries of monotonous life have left her jaded and detached. Humans weren’t meant to live forever. But then again, she isn’t human. Adam is though, and his purity baffles her. How can he remain unpolluted in a world tarnished by corruption? It doesn’t matter. Her time in Birchwood Creek is coming to an end and she must prepare to relocate. That is, until she inexplicably wakes up in a pool of her own blood. The answer seems simple enough: leave immediately. But when an attempt is made on Adam’s life, a failed murder she inadvertently caused, she feels obligated to stay and protect him. 
But then she’s attacked again. 
And Adam begins to ask questions.
Victim to an unseen stalker, Mercy’s forced to seek help from Nick, an immortal teenager whose sudden appearance suspiciously coincides with her plunge into chaos. With her structured life unraveling and revelation of her immortality looming, Mercy must accept the truth: she’s being hunted. But why?
…And she thought immortality was boring.

Seithe (Pravus #1)

by Poppet 


In a rage Phoebe stalks out on her past. Fate twists her into new arms when she enters the club Pravus, where the fallen congregate. She steps out of her life induced coma and indulges in SEITHE. 
He's intoxicating, enthralling, and dangerous. Is he a Vampyre, Demon, or Fallen angel? She's about to find out, if he doesn't kill her first. 
This is a scorching journey to reawaken your senses. Phoebe's light can only be found in the darkness of Seithe's home, in his bedroom, in his arms.
Book 1 in the Pravus Vampire Romance series.
To avoid spoilers while experiencing this series please make sure you read them in order: The reading order of these novels is: Seithe - Venix - Zauran - Sveta - Ryan - Arelstin's Lair – Aisyx 

At First Touch



Liz Hannigan has been on the run since she was twelve years old. Her mother is dead. Her father has lost his job. And thanks to an experimental procedure, Liz is now able to ‘download’ the contents of every brain around her with a simple touch. Forced to hide from both the federal government and a darkling group of morally deficient scientists known as the Coalition determined to exploit her abilities, she moves with her father to the bucolic coal town of Pound, West Virginia.  But the hunt for Liz and her abilities hasn’t ended, and her hopes for peace are shattered when she inadvertently downloads the enigmatic Carey Drake, whose unusual good looks and charm conceal a secret as shocking as her own. Stunned by the knowledge that she has found someone else who has extraordinary abilities, Liz finds herself drawn to Carey, discovering a deep attraction, and dares to hope for the first time she might find love.  But when an agent of the Coalition begins stalking her, Liz must find a way to work with the government agency she most mistrusts as she strives to build a longed-for normal life and take down the agent who has tracked her down. Caught up in a struggle to save herself and those she loves, the girl who sees all is blind to true danger until it is too late.

9 comments:

  1. Ooh, I really love the cover for Lantern & Poison. Should I pick up The Ferryman and the Flame now? Great haul this week!

    Thanks for visiting my haul.

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  2. Blood and Gold looks good.

    Happy reading,

    Brandi
    @ Blkosiner’s Book Blog

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  3. Yeah I like that cover too. Keep in mind, that the first book in this series (not here) is Surrender: Ferryman and the Flame, then the Lantern & Poison is a novella from Villans POV 1.5, then the Justice is book 2, and Blood and Gold is book 2.5 novella. Just FYI. Surrender was really good. If you like Fantasy books, then you should like them. :) Thanks for stopping by

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  4. Thanks for stopping by, Yeah, Blood and Gold I think will be good, of course would probably be best to read the previous books in the series (Starting with 1, Surrender : Ferryman and the Flame, then the reset are here)

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  5. Fabulous haul of books. The covers are really nice, but the blurbs sound intritguing. Most of these are new to me.

    Grace

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  6. Blood and Gold looks pretty awesome :) I might check it out! awesome haul.

    Janina

    My Haul!

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  7. Ula @ Blog of ErisedFebruary 3, 2013 at 3:00 AM

    Wow Justice looks really good!

    Happy reading!
    My haul

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  8. Quite a big haul you got there! I got the first Ferryman & the Fame book two or so weeks ago but have yet to read it. Perpetual sounds really interesting too - I love reading about jaded characters. Enjoy all your books, and thanks for stopping by earlier :)

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  9. I absolutely love the cover for Blood and Gold. I haven't read any of Rhiannon's books I really should get on that. I hope you enjoy all your books.

    Happy Reading,

    My Stacking
    the Shelves

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