Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Book Blitz! Murder Mittens by R.J. Blain


Murder Mittens
R.J. Blain
(Magical Romantic Comedies, #13)
Publication date: December 25th 2020
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance

Becoming a bounty hunter and taking on the call sign of Murder Mittens wasn’t Harri’s brightest move, but what’s a lynx to do with millions of debt while working a customer service gig? The scars deforming her face won’t remove themselves, and she’ll bag and tag every criminal in the United States to get rid of them if necessary.

Being assigned a handler could make or break her, but did the powers that be really have to toss Sebastian Sumners her way? The lion with a stubborn streak as wide as hers tests her patience on a good day, but nothing makes her purr more than goading him into roaring.

Add in a protective family, a serial killer on the loose, and more trouble than any one cat needs, and it’s going to take a miracle for Harri to get through the most important job of her life.

Warning: contains magic, humor, cranky shapeshifters, cats, murder, and mayhem. Proceed with caution.

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Chapter One

Why was murdering irate, irrational, ignorant, and flat-out wrong customers illegal? The idiot on the phone rambled about how it wasn’t fair that dumping coffee on his router invalidated his warranty.

I thought it wasn’t fair his stupidity might lose me IQ points, and I’d learned long ago that humans—or lycanthropes, such as myself—didn’t come with warranties or guarantees. I had bills to pay, and murdering one of the customers wouldn’t pay my bills.

Then again, in prison, I wouldn’t have to pay any bills. Every day by the end of my shift, I considered incarceration as a viable option.

Free board, free food, good medical care, and asshole inmates to beat on sounded a lot better than dealing with an idiot customer.

“Sir,” I said in the hopes of circumventing his tirade. Mr. Edward Lavell ignored me.

The idiots always ignored me. I bet my gender had something to do with it. On average, the men finished their calls five minutes faster, and every supervisor to review the situation came to the same general conclusion: customers took men in tech more seriously than women, and I, unfortunately, sounded too feminine.

“Sir,” I repeated, only to be ignored again.

Why couldn’t I just hang up on him? Oh, right. I valued my job. As I valued my job, I couldn’t hang up on him, I couldn’t curse, I couldn’t threaten to rip his throat out, and I couldn’t indulge in my desire to murder him.

There was a time and a place for murder, and on the job at a call center for a cable internet company was not the time nor the place.

For the fourth time since calling in, Mr. Lavell explained that it really wasn’t his fault he’d dumped coffee on his router.

“Sir, liquid spills are right in the contract for the router. I’m sorry, but I can’t change the rules for you. Spilling coffee on your router invalidates its warranty.”

“It’s not my fault the cup holder in my computer has a mind of its own,” he complained.

Wait. What?

His computer’s cup holder has a mind of its own? The realization I dealt with someone far worse than just an idiot sank in. Every call center had legends of Code Red customers, who were in an entirely different class from the standard 1-D10T and the unfortunately common PEBKAC. With Mr. Lavell, I had it all. A problem certainly did exist between the keyboard and chair, and he’d definitely deserved his flag as an 1-D10T.

Until his call, I had remained safe from the evils of a Code Red customer.

By the time I got off the phone with him, I’d need some alcohol and someone to kill.

It’d be easier to find someone to kill than the alcohol; me and booze just didn’t mix, and I’d been banned out of every damned bar in town to keep the peace.

Maybe I could whip on some makeup, grab a gray wig, and pass for a little old lady. With my face covered in burn scars, it wouldn’t take much to pull off some makeup artistry and transform myself into an older woman rather than a mutilated one. I could become a conventional beauty given an hour and the right products. An old lady wasn’t an impossibility.

Alternatively, I could shift, pay my family a visit, and steal a bottle of liquor from one of the cabinets. With the number of lynxes running around the place, they might not even notice me before I made off with my alcoholic prize.

As sighing was not acceptable when dealing with paying customers, I took a moment to steel my nerves before saying, “Sir, computers do not include cup holders.”

That caught his attention. “What?”

“Sir, computers do not include cup holders,” I repeated, already dreading the moment I would have to explain what a CD was, how they were used, and what the player’s actual purpose was. Few systems still had any disc drives at all, as most companies had moved to online downloads of their programs and games.

The next few minutes of my life would not be fun, and I typed a message to my supervisor warning him I had a major 1-D10T on my hands, a possible Code Red situation, and to make sure he was aware I faced the demise of some IQ points, I notified him the customer had opted to use his disc drive as a coffee cup holder.

“What the hell is this thing for, then?”

“CDs, sir.” I closed my eyes and waited for the meltdown.

“First, you claim I invalidated my warranty, and now you’re telling me my cup holder plays music?”

“As this is an internet company, sir, I can’t help you with your CD player. However, it is not a cup holder, nor should it be used as one. As for your router, you owe $35.79 on the device. Once you finish paying for the damaged equipment, I can schedule a tech to come to your home and install your new router. Since you’ve been a customer for so long, I can waive the fifty dollar installation fee. Your monthly bill will not change if you opt to pay off the damaged equipment and start a new rental.”

If he gave me a hard time, I’d take my time and give him all of his options. None of them would be as good as my initial offer. I cracked open an eye and checked my messages with my boss.

He wished me the best of luck and promised to send flowers to my funeral. He also begged me not to tell my brothers about the menace wasting my time. If any one of my forty-seven brothers found out I dealt with customers screaming at me five days a week, they’d go on a rampage.

That my boss knew my family drove me crazy on a good day.

I figured my idiot family had gone on a hunt to meet my boss, and because we were all infected with lycanthropy, my boss wouldn’t have thought twice about their behavior.

Lycanthropes had a reputation.

Most days, it wasn’t a good one.

Only an idiot would piss off a bunch of male lycanthropes out to protect their precious little sister. Unfortunately for me, I counted as an endangered species, as the odds of a lycanthrope having daughters in the first place fell somewhere in around ten thousand to one.

I needed to notify my mother she needed to have more daughters. While she was at it, she needed to give me a new name, because nobody ever believed Harri was a woman’s name. I figured she’d meant to name me Harry because she’d expected yet another boy, swapping out the ‘y’ for an ‘i’ to make things easier on her.

When on the job, I went by Christine because Christine seemed gloriously feminine and nobody on the team used their real names. Technically, I was supposed to change my name every day, but I went by Christine for all new callers, and I only rotated through when I knew I was dealing with someone who gave me issues.

My method worked well enough, so my boss didn’t complain.

While Mr. Lavell spluttered and began the tedious process of mulling over his options, I began making plans for after work—assuming I escaped from my job without succumbing to the temptation of informing the customer he was most definitely wrong, he needed to go back to school to join the modern world, and it wouldn’t hurt if he learned to be civil.

I had to explain his options four times before he finally conceded he should stick with his old plan, pay for the damaged router, and move on with life. It took an extra ten minutes of listening to him whine before he finally hung up.

Above all, I hated the rule that we were not supposed to hang up on clients. It wasted time. Had I been allowed to just hang up, I would have wished him a good day, disconnected the call, and began the tedious process of adding notes to his file so the next customer service representatives stuck with him knew they had trouble on their hands.

My phone rang, but instead of a customer, my phone reported my boss wanted to speak with me. With slumped shoulders, I accepted his call and answered, “Sir?”

“I listened in on your Code Red.”

I hated when my boss actively monitored my calls; thanks to how the system worked, he could listen in on me at any time. But, a job was a job, and with my scarred face, finding a job became troublesome at best—and nobody in the call center knew or cared what I looked like. Oh, well. Before I jumped to conclusions, I’d ask. “What’s my grade, sir?”

“You did fine. You stayed professional, you didn’t come across as too condescending, and frankly, there’s no sane tech on this planet stays totally cool a Code Red. It could have been much worse.”

I checked the clock, breathing a sigh of relief that I’d hit the end of my shift and wouldn’t have to take any more calls. “What do you need?”

“I had a question about your schedule. You’re off for the next week, correct?”

“Yes, sir.” I had plans, and they involved the International Most Wanted List along with every legal bounty list I had managed to get my hands on in the past month. If my boss tried to put an end to my hard-earned vacation, I’d finally do what I should have done months ago, snap, and quit.

I wanted him to cross my last line so badly.

“Ted wants an extra shift. How would you feel about an unpaid day added to your vacation? I’ve already gotten approval if you’d like to claim the unpaid day.”

Score. I’d bid for time off almost a year ago, but sick days were the bare minimum the state allowed, which accounted to five for the entire year. An extra day tacked onto my vacation might let me bag an extra bounty.

Any day I bagged an extra bounty was a good day in my opinion.

“I can take an unpaid day, sir. That’s fine. Can you send me an email confirming the unpaid day off?”

“It’ll be in your inbox within the next ten minutes, and I’ll CC human resources notifying them you’re excused for that day.”

“Okay. Will the rest of my schedule remain the same once I’m back from vacation?”

“Yes. Ted just asked for extra hours, and the others with seniority declined the day off.”

I bet; on our income, every hour mattered. Most who worked for the call center had seen better days. I lived like I’d seen better days and I looked like I’d seen better days, but appearances lied. I only worked at the call center to maintain appearances. Thanks to depression in my teens and therapy that hadn’t gone like my parents had wanted, my entire family demanded I check in at least three times a week to ensure I remained human.

They believed if they took their eyes off me, I might shift into a lynx and never come back.

Two years ago, they wouldn’t have been wrong, but I’d found a new purpose in life. Not a single one of my brothers would approve, my mother would have yet another litter of kittens, and my father would be so disappointed.

Personally, I thought it was obvious. I worked in customer service. I was a prime candidate to become a murderous asshole. I did so legally, on behalf of the government and other legal entities, and I did so for a filthy amount of money.

Smiling stretched my scars, but I did it anyway. “If anyone needs any extra hours, I can afford another day or two off,” I offered. “I can take up to a week unpaid. I’ve been saving up to take some time off if any opportunities allowed.”

It would delay paying for the expensive procedure required to piece my face back together and remove the evidence of the fire that’d almost killed me as a child. It took a lot of magic to convince the lycanthropy virus I wasn’t supposed to be a scarred wreck.

A lot of magic cost a lot of money, and I figured I might have the three million dollars within five years if I landed a bounty every weekend and took on some of the more dangerous jobs. While I waited for my boss to mull over my offer, I considered the various jobs on offer.

I liked hunting other lycanthropes. Unmated males were easy catches, and the fugitives usually brought in a pretty penny. The last one I’d bagged as a live capture had added fifty thousand to my bank account.

Then again, if I landed an entire extra week, I’d make up the lost hours with a single small bounty, and anything else would be extra cash in my savings account.

My boss grunted, signaling he’d come to a decision. “I’ll keep that in mind and pitch the offer. I’ll email your personal and work addresses if there are any takers plus text your phone.”

“Thanks, sir. Have a good evening.”

“You, too.”

He hung up, and before something could go wrong, I clocked out, filed my paperwork for my final call, and logged out of the system so I couldn’t be sucked back into doing even more work.

If all went well, I’d be a hundred grand richer by the end of the week and that much closer to being able to look in the mirror without wincing.

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RJ Blain suffers from a Moleskine journal obsession, a pen fixation, and a terrible tendency to pun without warning.

In her spare time, she daydreams about being a spy. Her contingency plan involves tying her best of enemies to spinning wheels and quoting James Bond villains until satisfied.

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Blog Tour! Defiant Heir (The Heirs #3) by Michelle Heard


  DEFIANT HEIR (The Heirs #3) by Michelle Heard Release Date: December 21st     AVAILABLE NOW!! FREE in Kindle Unlimited! Amazon US: https://amzn.to/3pdB9IS Amazon UK: https://amzn.to/3h38HqB Amazon CA: http://amzn.to/3h4VCga Amazon AU: http://amzn.to/2WDZvPL   START THE SERIES TODAY!! Coldhearted Heir #1 Amazon US: https://amzn.to/2CUzzJA Amazon UK: https://amzn.to/3jag3YX Amazon CA: https://amzn.to/2YqebUb Amazon AU: https://amzn.to/3gpLnRK     Add to Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/51887099-defiant-heir     Blurb: The man of my dreams is nothing short of perfect. Kao Reed is a hermit who loves to live in the shadows. With striking blue eyes and a gentle nature, he won my heart years ago. I’ve woven all my dreams and future around him. But then the worst happens. My dreams crumble to dust, and my future becomes a bleak wasteland. And the man I love with all my heart becomes a stranger in the blink of an eye. My blind love, my blind love, See how he fights, see how he fights, He lost his sight, he lost his will, He became defiant; he became heartless. Did you ever see such a thing in your life, As my blind love?       About the Author: Michelle Heard is a Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling Author who loves creating stories her readers can get lost in. She resides in South Africa with her son where she's always planning her next book to write, and trip to take. Connect w/Michelle: Website: https://michelleheardauthor.wordpress.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MHeardAuthor FB Readers Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/118971435201074 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/authormichelleheard Twitter: https://twitter.com/MichelleAHorst Amazon: https://amazon.com/author/michellehorst Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/18108320.Michelle_Heard BookBub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/michelle-heard Newsletter Signup: http://eepurl.com/cUXM_P                  

Title: Claiming His Family 

Series: Higgins Security Book 2

Author: Ember Davis 

Genre: Contemporary Romance 




I’ve spent most of my life making myself small so that no one pays attention to me and I can fly under the radar. Being a part of The Community wasn’t my choice, but it’s been my home for as long as I can remember. I want out, but I can’t sacrifice the only family I’ve ever known.

I want to keep pushing Ryder away. I need to. For his safety and the safety of everyone else who means anything to him and his family. I wish it could be mine too. They don’t seem to want to let me go, no matter how much I hide.

Ryder is always so close and yet so far away. Another man’s hands on my body is the last straw and before I can stop it, he’s claimed me as his own. I didn’t want to stop it anyway. I want him.

Maybe I can trust him to keep me safe.


Chloe isn’t ready for me, but I can’t stay away from her. She’s hiding things and I don’t want to push her, but I can’t shake the feeling that she’s not safe. I want to always keep her safe.

She’s mine and there isn’t a thing in this world that will stop me from claiming her as my own.

Another man making a move on my girl is too much for me to take. Whether she’s ready or not, it’s time for her to know just how much she means to me. It’s time for her to let me into what scares her. She always tries to blend into the background, but I see her. More than that, I want her.

I’ll protect her from the family that never deserved her and give her a new one; a better one. I’ll make sure that no one makes her feel small again.

**18+. If you like alpha heroes and an insta-love story that is sweet but isn’t necessarily simple, then this is for you. This story is safe, no cheating, guaranteed HEA. It is a standalone and the second in the Higgins Security series, but it would be more enjoyable if you’re caught up with this Denver family.
Warning: This story does contain casual cannabis use, but not to worry, they live in a legalized state and are responsible members of society.**



About Ember 

Ember Davis loves alpha heroes with a range of emotions, but a strong sense of how to take care of their women.  She loves her heroines from all walks of life, just like her heroes, and she wants them to be real and relatable.  Her heroines tend to be sassy, opinionated and smart.

Ember is a stay at home mom of two who recently refound her love of books and all things romance and is so glad that she did.  She’s always been creative but writing and creating stories that she would love to read that satisfies the dreams she had as a little girl.  She loves butterflies, the color purple and enjoying time with her family. 

Pssst…it’s totally a pen name, but everything above is 100% true.

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Friday, December 18, 2020

Blog Tour! Full Moon in Leo by Brooklyn Ray


Full Moon in Leo
Brooklyn Ray
Publication date: October 1st 2020
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, LGBTQ+, Romance

Small-town magic, two heavy hearts—one unforgettable winter solstice

Cole Morrison left Jewel’s snow-covered fir trees ten years ago. But after a disastrous family Thanksgiving, Jewel seems like the only place left to go. When a run-in with a gorgeous stranger leaves him with debt to pay, Cole’s escape from his past turns out to be much more than a lonely Christmas vacation.

Jesse Carroway, the local Jewel witch, has been running his family’s successful, small-town Apothecary ever since his grandmother passed away. When Cole stumbles into his shop and accidentally wrecks a good portion of his inventory, Jesse does the only thing he can possibly think of—offers Cole a job and himself some help for the upcoming holiday rush.

Cole’s clumsy with candles and doesn’t trust easily, but soon Jesse gets a peek at the guy behind his bad-boy reputation. As the nights lengthen toward Yule, Jesse wonders if magic is to blame or if Cole might’ve fallen into his life for a reason…

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Brooklyn Ray (they/them) is an award-winning author of Queer Paranormal Romance and Erotica. They’re a fan of fresh brewed tea, long walks through the woods, and evenings spent reading sexy books. They write about witches, necromancers, and other magical creatures, and moonlight as a tarot and palm reader in the Pacific Northwest. Find them on Instagram @brooklynrayauthor

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Wednesday, December 16, 2020

New Review! Defiant Heir (The Heirs #3) by Michelle Heard 5 Cranky Stars


Defiant Heir (The Heirs, #3)Defiant Heir by Michelle Heard
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Cranky Stars

Michelle!! Can I call you Michelle? You had me on a rollercoaster girl. One minute I was flying high then bam you dropped my heart off a cliff then drop kicked it into shark infested waters. I didn’t know that Kao and Fallon were going to go through it like that. I mean I felt like I was going through the motions with them. I’ve never seen two people so in love.

Kao is the son of Marcus and Willow and set to take his place in the family business. He has it all and then some, but he doesn’t have Fallon. She was always the one he gravitated toward and knew he loved her. When he finally takes the plunge it’s the happiest, he’s been. He has it all now well and truly and he deserves it. Fallon is the daughter of Falcon and Layla and will also go into her family’s business. She has always loved Kao since she was in high school. They are now roommates with the rest of the crew and life is rather good. When her and Kao realize they have feelings for each other and decide to pursue it nothing can go wrong. Yet their happily ever after doesn’t last but hopefully they can rise from the ashes and be the couple they know they are meant to be.

First few chapters I’m like aww this is so sweet then boom it’s not so nice anymore. I felt Kao’s heartache I felt Fallon’s struggle with her self-esteem. This book will put you through the ringer. I loved how Noah stepped up for Kao. That is the ultimate best friend y’all. I mean even seeing Hana go to bat for her girl was a total yes girl power move. If you haven’t read the Enemies to Lovers Series and follow it up with Trinity Academy what are you waiting for. Go now!! You might thank me or hate me. I also want to say Ms. Heard has always been a great writer but I feel her growth with each book she writes and I’m here for it.

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New Review! The Hush Sisters by Gerard Collins 5 Cranky Stars


The Hush SistersThe Hush Sisters by Gerard Collins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Cranky Stars

This is a well written story that hits all your senses. There should be a "trigger" warnings because it deals with psychological and physical abuse. The characters are portrayed very realistically. You can feel the pain and anguish in each of them. The author's descriptions of the house and small town in Newfoundland make you feel as if you are there. I grew up in an old house, not quite as big, but with all the creaks and groans and totally understand the younger sister's love of the house.

The house is haunted as all old houses should be. Sissy (Cara) owns the house but her older sister, Ava wants her to dispose of it. It has become too costly to repair and both girls need the money. When Ava suddenly appears and keeps pushing for the sale, all the girl's secrets are brought to light. Their stories are similar but they didn't know it until now. In their thirties, it is now time to find the peace and love that they both deserve. It's a story of ups and downs and I never wanted to put it down. All in all, a very thought provoking read.

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New Review! Swan Peak (Swan Series #2) by L.B. Alexander 5 Cranky Stars


Swan Peak (Swan Series #2)Swan Peak by L.B. Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Cranky Stars

This book is the second of Swan Lake. It picks up right where it left off which is awesome. Most following books try to pick up from where they were but it doesn’t really happen. This book is just as interesting and as much of a page turner as the first.

April and William are still “training” and happy. William tries to teach April a lesson but it kindly backfires and from there they begin to try to learn or “train” from each other. With the way this book ended, I’m hoping there is another to follow to show the “monster”. I would recommend this book, both books.

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New Review! Swan Lake (Swan Series #1) by L.B. Alexander 5 Cranky Stars


Swan Lake (Swan Series #1)Swan Lake by L.B. Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Cranky Stars

This book caught my attention from the first page. I honestly turned every page with anticipation wondering what would happen next. The characters fit within the story. Their parts, when they interact, go very well.

In the beginning April is treated as if she is fragile and sick. Her family loves her but at the same time she’s kind of annoying to them because she has been sickly. April gets a job and is pretty much hired on the spot. Her boss, William, has been accused of sexual assault but April doesn’t really know too much about it. She does not judge because she is in no position to judge. With this mindset and the way she “stumbles” through life, she finds out who her boss really is and what his “true” passion is.

This book was way different than what I thought but it was interesting and kept me turning pages until the end. The second book is hopefully as interesting and a page turner. Awesome job. I would recommend this book.

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New Review! Jessie's Choice (Descendant's of the Curse #2) by C.S. Kendall 4 Cranky Stars


Jessie's Choice (Descendants of the Curse #2)Jessie's Choice by C.S. Kendall
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4 Cranky Stars

Jessie Mason is a normal teenaged girl who loves musical theater. "I was really getting to like this person." All of that changes on her 17th birthday, when she finds out that she is a descendant of a group of people who drank from the Fountain of Youth many, many years ago. In order to maintain her immortal life, she must answer to The Waters that demand she kill someone once a month. "The waters required life power in order to continue to grant eternal life."

Her assignments are given to her by The Community and for the past seven months, they have been lowlife people who have caused great harm and death to others. So, Jessie doesn't feel so bad in taking their lives and making the world a better place. "I'm happy as long as I know and can fulfill what is expected of me."

But, things start to get complicated for Jessie when the head of The Community, Florence Molly, gives her the latest assignment. Jessie is supposed to kill a man named Linus Filch, who is suspected of abducting and killing two young girls. When Jessie meets Filch, she finds a man who is a loner and not a nice person, but she doesn't get the usual creepy vibe that surrounds her previous assignments. "Never quiet that voice within. It speaks loud and it speaks true."

While Jessie tries to decide if Filch deserves to die, her boyfriend's ex shows up. As if that weren't enough, her younger sister, Cora, is spending a lot of time with a substitute teacher who sets Jessie's radar off. Although Mr. Samson is handsome and all the young girls love him, Jessie feels like something isn't right about him. "When faced with a suspicion about another person, even when it doesn't make sense, I'm usually right."

Jessie's best friend, Addy, is a descendant of a group who are determined to kill all of the Community. In this book, Addy's story grows and she has a much bigger part in this series. She starts to discover things about her dead parents and the Group that lead to her having to make a choice about whom to believe. "Don't you dare use my dead parents to guilt me into doing what you want."

This book is all about choices and being true to yourself, in spite of what the world around you is trying to force you to do. There is a bit of romance as Jessie and Tyler's relationship starts to grow, enough action and intrigue to keep you guessing and enough of an ending to satisfy those who hate cliffhangers. I would recommend that you read the first book in the series in order to fully understand this one. The characters are well-developed and constantly growing and I have come to enjoy being pulled into their world. The story is well-written and I will definitely be looking for more books by this author.

And to sum it up in one quote: "Afterall, even immortal serial killers need to know someone has their back."

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Sunday, December 13, 2020

Book Tour! UpSpark (The Five Elements Book 1) by Nicole Wells



The Five Elements Book 1
by Nicole Wells
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy Romance

Can they find themselves and each other before time runs out?

Enya's dreams of making a difference in the world are devastated the summer after high school when she finds out she has a fatal disease.

A cross country road trip to Native American reservations helps her find meaning. But Jacob, her best friend and traveling companion, has longed for them to become something more.

Their expedition is just the start of an amazing love and spiritual journey, but a one-in-a-million phenomenon changes everything.

"I get the feeling like I'm reading Fault In Our Stars Part 2."

Nicole Wells had been guiding people spiritually for over 10 years. In UpSpark, she weaves in everything she's learned in an emotional heartwarming journey, with a psychic paranormal fantasy twist. An observer of people and life, she crafts inspirational romance stories that make you laugh and cry, reflecting our human condition with tenderness and hope. This New Adult contemporary romance is her debut novel.

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Saturday, December 12, 2020

Blog Tour! The Unseen Ones by Danielle Harrington


The Unseen Ones
Danielle Harrington
(The Hollis Timewire Series, #2)
Published by: Acorn Publishing
Publication date: December 1st 2020
Genres: Dystopian, Young Adult

After the government’s brutal attack on the Diseased Ones, Hollis Timewire must wade through the carnage of her treacherous mistake. The survivors want justice, and now Hollis faces impending execution. Each day, she must prove herself to be a model community member. But chopping firewood for the new camp in the forest isn’t enough. Hollis longs to redeem herself, and this sparks an idea to rescue the little boy from the Testing Center. Stealing the government’s secret weapon might just be the perfect way to destabilize the system – enough to bring the whole thing crumbling down. But unseen forces are at work. The world is not what it appears to be, and society has a dark secret that not even Hollis is prepared to face.

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Danielle Harrington is a high school chemistry teacher with a passion for the pen and a knack for storytelling. She got her undergraduate degree in Chemistry at Biola University, and although she’s a hardcore science nerd, she’s always been a lover of the arts.

She grew up acting and singing and has turned her love for drama into writing. Danielle lives vicariously through her characters and considers it great fun because she “gets to play all the parts”.

Danielle lives in LA with her husband, Steven, and her two cats, Moose and Turtle. She is working on a four book young adult dystopian fiction series, and she’s beyond thrilled to be launching her debut novel, THE DISEASED ONES, through Acorn Publishing.

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