Wednesday, April 24, 2013

#Giveaway ~ Midnight Fire Series Book Tour ~ by Kaitlyn Davis

Midnight Fire Series Book One
Kaitlyn Davis

Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance

ISBN: 9781465852366

Number of pages: about 200-250 pages
Word Count: Roughly 65,000

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Book Description:

"With one last look, one final search of the lines of his face for some sign, Kira turned and ran away from the sound of the man she loved laughing in the face of her death."

 When Kira Dawson moves to South Carolina, she meets Luke, a blond goofball who quickly becomes her best friend, and Tristan, a mysterious bad boy who sends shivers down her spine. Kira knows they're keeping secrets, but when she discovers Tristan's lust for blood and her own dormant mystical powers, Kira is forced to fight for her life and make the heartbreaking decision between the familiar comfort of friendship and the fiery passion of love.

Ignite is the first book in the Midnight Fire Series. It is approximately 65,000 words.


Midnight Fire Series Book Two
Kaitlyn Davis

Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance

ISBN: 9781476284392

Number of pages: about 200-250 pages
Word Count: Roughly 65,000

Book Description:

"Slowly, like a whisper almost blown away in the wind, two words streaked across her mind: 'Kiss me.'"

 Kira may have survived the eclipse, but her troubles are far from over. She's headed to Sonnyville with one goal in mind: to learn more about her parents. But with Luke and Tristan competing for her heart and Diana gunning for her head, time is running out on the search for her mother. And the closer Kira gets to answers, the more terrified she becomes. The conduits fear her, the vampires fear her, and Kira is starting to wonder if maybe they're right...

Simmer is the second book in the thrilling Midnight Fire Series. It is approximately 65,000 words.

Midnight Fire Series Book Three
Kaitlyn Davis

Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance

ISBN: 9781301583027

Number of pages: about 200-250 pages
Word Count: Roughly 65,000

Book Description:

“Kira gulped, unable to stop the growing sense that everything in her world was about to change.”

 With Aldrich’s note burning a hole in her pocket, Kira is off to England to finally reunite with her birth mother. But what begins as a dream quickly turns to a nightmare and Kira is left questioning everything she has ever known. Can she be the conduit Luke wants her to be? Can she be the rebel Tristan needs her to be? Or is she something else? Something no one, not even Aldrich, ever saw coming…

Blaze is the third book in the thrilling Midnight Fire Series. It is approximately 65,000 words.


Midnight Fire Series Book Four
Kaitlyn Davis

Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance


Number of pages: 200-250 pages
Word Count: Roughly 65,000

Scorch Blurb:

“All it did was remind Kira that time was running out. That she needed to choose. Or a lot more than a forest would burn. The whole world would crumble."

 Aldrich escaped…again. Tristan forgot…everything. And Luke, well, Luke was getting more than a little impatient. But those were the least of Kira’s concerns, because something else happened in England—something she was trying desperately to forget. A wedge of evil had lodged itself in her heart, a little black hole had nestled into her flames, and it wasn’t going away—not anytime soon…and maybe not ever.

Scorch is the fourth and final book in the thrilling Midnight Fire Series. It is approximately 65,000 words.

About the Author:

Kaitlyn Davis graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Johns Hopkins University with a B.A. in Writing Seminars. She's been writing ever since she picked up her first crayon and is overjoyed to finally share her work with the world. She currently lives in New York City and dreams of having a cockapoo puppy of her own.

Excerpt from Book 1, Ignite

"Kira, come on," she heard the command in his deep voice, but couldn't respond. "Kira, wake up." A hand slapped her in the face, once, twice, a third time and then her eyes shot open and she tried to breathe, but her throat was stuck. Someone flipped her to her side as she began coughing, and finally she spit up what seemed like a gallon of water. Kira laid down again and closed her eyes, wanting to sleep.
"Kira!" She felt one more smack on her face. "You have to stay awake." She opened her eyes and saw the blurry outline of a boy with dark hair and pale skin.
"Hello," she saw the corner of his mouth curve upwards despite her uneasy vision.
"What happened?"
"You were being stupid." She started to remember the wave and wipeout, and then her anger brimmed back to the surface.
"Only because you were being an ass," she grumbled and he laughed.
"Come on, try to sit up." Tristan curved an arm around her back to help lift her up. She noticed, at that moment, that they both wore only bathing suits and she was basically sitting on his lap. Kira tried to discreetly look at his chest, which was quite chiseled, and then she noticed the nice bulge of a bicep in his arm. Kira let her eyes wander a few moments longer until Tristan picked her up far enough for the pain in her head to finally hit. She groaned, put a hand to her head and curled into his body a little more.
"Yeah, your board got you pretty bad."
"I know." Kira was starting to get annoyed by his habit of stating the obvious. She pulled her hand back for a moment. "Crap! I’m bleeding." He stared at her hand, which was covered in running red liquid, until she put it back to her head. Kira noticed he was staring again, but this time at her wound. She felt him lean in closer, inspecting it she hoped. After a minute, she couldn’t take it.
"Tristan, tell it to me straight. How bad is it?" She felt him jerk as if she had interrupted him mid-thought.
"Oh. It’s nothing. You’ll be fine. Might need a few stitches." He sat her up on her own and moved back a foot.
"Thanks…for helping me, I mean." She looked at Tristan, saw a few different emotions pass over his face until he finally settled on the half-smile she had started to like. Tristan grabbed a shirt from the unguarded towel next to him, looked at it, looked at Kira, and shrugged. He put it to her head, told her to hold it there, and helped her stand up.
"Get away from her." Luke’s voice boomed from behind her. He came barging in and pushed Kira to the side.
"Chill out, Luke. I didn’t do anything."
"I don’t care. Leave." Kira had never heard such anger in Luke’s voice.
"And if I don’t want to," Tristan asked. Kira knew he was saying it more to test Luke and less because he really needed to stay.
"Then," Luke paused, clenched his fists, looked around, and punched Tristan in the face. For a moment Kira thought she saw a flashing light, but she quickly realized it must have been the sun, which had previously been silhouetted behind the two boys. Tristan fell over and rolled once on the ground.
"Luke! Stop it. He just saved my life."
"Come on, Kira," Luke tugged her hand. She glanced back at Tristan, who just nodded to her, and followed Luke. "We have to take you to the hospital." She didn’t mention the punch, wanting to wait for a good time. Instead she went with her friends back to the car, listened to them talk about trivial things to distract her, allowed Luke to carry her into the hospital, and tried to process the thoughts churning in her head.

My  Review of Ignite (I will only have the review for book one here, so not to spoil anything with the next few book, for those who have not read any yet in this series. I have mini reviews is all of books 2-4 so no spoilers for any of the books, its safe to read them. )

really loved this new spin on vampires and the totally new group of people who protect humans from them. I found the premise of this series extremely entertaining. I devoured the first 2 books in less than a day and a half, as I could not get enough, and of course was thrilled I could then pick up books 3 and 4 right away.

This first story really hooks you fast. I just love both Luke and Tristin. I also think the Kira is a great main character. She is a strong kick butt female, which I love.
We have some fun witty parts, some swoon worthy scenes, and also some sad parts that bring tears to your eyes. (when you read, or if you did, it’s a memory part I really was sad about)

Anyway. I really think anyone who like the paranormal at all, even if you don’t usually read YA, to give it a try, at least this first book, as the price is right to try it out (Free on ebook)
Here is a few teasers I liked:
"Well then, I’ve been dying to tell you what a freaking god Tristan looked like when he carried you out of the water. You, of course, were dangling there like a dead fish, but let me tell you." Emma shook her head as if there were no words and fanned herself."Wait, he carried me out?" Kira grabbed a chocolate chip cookie. Reliving a near death experience required chocolate, especially when someone just said you looked like a dead fish in the arms of a god. Great description.

"Is that why you punched Carter?""I just couldn’t stand the way he was touching you." Kira smiled to herself."Jelly belly," she said, wishing she could get her mouth to stop word vomiting. She could feel his chin on the top of her head as he pulled her in closer."Maybe." He said, but it sounded more like a begrudging yes.

Tristan cupped her cheek with his hand, staring into her eyes as well. Kira wondered what he saw there. Were her eyes a raging fire that had suddenly calmed to a flickering flame? Her heart seemed to stop as he kept looking, reading her fears and desires, her vulnerability, and the parts of her she tried to keep hidden from everyone else. Then, almost as if in slow motion, he leaned his face down to hers, letting his lips gently grace Kira’s, and the moment of calm was gone. Her heart pounded and she stood on her tippy-toes, eagerly returning his kisses.
Yeah, awesome story, exciting, with the bit of sweet forbidden romance too.
5 huge stars out of 5 for me. Check this series out!

Simmer (Midnight Fire #2) (partial mini review, so not to spoil book 1)

I loved this book even more than the first one Ignite, I loved watching Kira mature and grow into her powers.
The relationships between her, Luke and Tristin are still going, won’t say much there.
Over all, a great continuation of the series. Love the cover on this one, more unique to the story, and looks cool. Much better than all the others.
5 out of 5 stars. I will have full reviews of them all up later for those who want to read them, after reading previous books, here and at other places.

Blaze (mini review, no spoilers for previous books)

I loved this one the most so far. So much excitement and adventure and suspense. We get a huge twist in this one, and some major questions are answered.

Look for my full reviews soon, that you can read after reading previous books
Only thing I do not like, is the cover, it’s too generic (meaning I have seen that same model on at least 5 other covers) and the Photoshop work on the face of the guy is awful, makes him look ugly. That’s the worst of that one.
I give this 3rd book 5 stars too. Love this series.

Scorch (mini review, again, no spoilers for the previous books)

I also really like this book too. I was pleased with the outcome, and enjoyed going on the adventures with Kira. I won’t say much more, being the final book, it can spoil a lot for the previous one. I will have full reviews up soon, for those who have read the previous books. (not in this post)
The only thing I didn’t like, is the cover, its cool, except when looking close you see her hand behind her, making it seem as flames are coming out her butt, lol, yes, it’s her hand, but just first reaction to it was that.
5 stars as well. Overall a great series.

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