|Posted by Felicia Rogers on September 23, 2012 at 10:00 AM||comments (0)|
Would give this a 3.5 Stars, which is between liked and really liked.
Received a copy for review through Paranormal Wastelands
“Winter’s Light” by M.J. Hearle is the sequel to “Winter’s Shadow.” This is a YA paranormal novel published only in Australia.
Winter is plagued by nightmares. In her dreams, her love, Blake, is still alive.
Graduating from high school, Winter should be making plans for her future but instead she is fighting to stay alive. As a Key the Demori are drawn to her. Sam, a member of the Bane, saves her life. Winter reveals to Sam her dreams of Blake. Sam’s family offers to help her find Blake as long as she gives them something in return. They want entrance to the Dead Lands.
Overall I enjoyed the story. However, I must say it seems every YA paranormal book I’ve read has a similar pattern. Either the male hero dies or disappears at the end of the first novel so the sequel revolves around getting said hero back. This gives the second book an entirely different feel from the original book.
In the case of “Winter’s Light,” the author used this sequel as an opportunity to reveal historical information about where Blake and the Demori came from, which was an interesting concept.
Even though some of my favorite elements from the first story were missing, I plan to read the third book because when you are left dangling on a cliff you have to know if you are destined to splat or if you will land on your feet.
|Posted by Felicia Rogers on May 10, 2012 at 10:20 PM||comments (0)|
I'M SORRY TO SAY THAT THIS BLOG HOP TOUR WAS CANCELLED. SINCE I PUT SO MUCH WORK INTO PUTTING IT UP I THOUGHT I WOULD LEAVE THE PICTURES FOR ALL TO ENJOY!
OH, MAY GOODNESS! I'M OBSESSED WITH BOOKS: BLOG HOP TOUR (MAY 11-13)
Are you obsessed with reading? What is your favorite book to read? Do you read it once, twice, or three times?
For me, I can never get enough books. However, I rarely read them more than once.
Some people have a favorite place to read.
Or a favorite friend to read with.
But for the most part, we just like to read!
Don't forget to check out one of my newest three releases!
There Your Heart Will Be Also - a medieval historical romance (sequel due out anytime!)
Love Octagon - a sweet chick-lit
The Painted Lady - my first contemporary inspirational
|Posted by Felicia Rogers on May 1, 2012 at 1:30 AM||comments (0)|
Welcome Lizzy Stevens! Today you can find Lizzy at over 100 blogs scattered across the web.
Thanks for having me today. Today I'm going to blog about all the free stuff you can do to promote your books. I hope that at least one of these ideas helps somebody out.
1. Set up a website. You can do this completely free at www.webs.com or www.weebly.com and if you want it to be a true dot com you can go to www.godaddy.com or www.names.com and I'm sure there are others and pay for your domain name for the year. It will cost less than $12 and then you can go back to the free site and use your own domain. You have no fees at all and you have a new website.
Set up a facebook page and friend everyone and tell everyone about your page. Use your page to promote your book. Don't just open the page but actually go there and post on it daily.
Follow people and ask them to follow you. Tweet and retweet other people's tweets. Join in on the fun.
Same thing here. Friend people and ask them to friend you.
5. www.manicreaders.com has free pages
6. www.linkedin.com another social networking site.
7. Start a blog. There are a few different free ones. You can try www.blogspot.com or www.wordpress.com either one are free.
8. Join yahoo groups. Be sure to follow their posting rules.
9. www.goodreads.com is another really good place to promote you book.
10. Get reviews for your book. The more reviews and good ratings the better. You can take that review and then tell all the above places. Out of every good review you get several promo opps out of it.
This list should get you started but the ideas are endless in marketing. I hope at least one of these things helped somebody out.
My new book is:
Edward Teach, better known as the pirate Blackbeard, was killed November 22, 1718. Two months before, he purposely ran his ship, Queen Anne’s Revenge, aground at what is now called Beaufort Inlet.
He emptied the ship of all treasures into his other ship, The Tender, and fled to where nobody knows. Two months later, when he reappeared, he was killed in battle, and his body was tossed into the ocean. To this day, nobody knows where the treasure went.
For years, people have searched high and low for his treasure. It has been said that Blackbeard said nobody but he and the devil knew where it was located.
Cassie Andrews returns to Branson Missouri to clean out her grandfather’s house, who recently passed away. While emptying the attic she comes across an old diary belonging to a woman who claims to have been married to Edward Teach. Cassie soon realizes that she holds the key to the famous Blackbeard’s Treasure.
Cassie turns to her friend Levi for help in finding the treasure. "In her zeal to uncover the clues to Blackbeard's Treasure Cassie lands herself in the hospital.
Attraction explodes off the page as Levi nurses Cassie back to health and together they experience the adventure of a lifetime to uncover their true feelings for one another and Blackbeard's Treasure.
|Posted by Felicia Rogers on March 30, 2012 at 12:00 AM||comments (0)|
Welcome Russell Blake!
I recently had the pleasure of reading Russell Blake's newest novel, The Voynich Cypher. Today Mr. Blake has stopped by to talk about this book as well as others he has written.
1. I see that you’ve written numerous novels, do you also write in the same genre? I've written largely in the conspiracy thriller genre, with a few departures. My latest, The Voynich Cypher, is more of an action/adventure thriller like The Da Vinci Code or Raiders of the Lost Ark. Last year I also wrote two non-fiction books that were critically and commercially well received - An Angel With Fur, my pet biography, and How To Sell A Gazillion eBooks In No Time (even if drunk, high or incarcerated). But mainly, I'm a thriller guy cut from the Robert Ludlum and Frederick Forsyth mold, as that's what I like to read when I have leisure time.
2. Reading your book made me extremely curious. Naturally I went and researched to see if the Voynich Manuscript is a real document. Imagine my surprise to find it so! Can you tell me how you initially became interested in this idea and what made you want to write a novel about it? I had a friend, years ago, who was a bit nutty about cryptography, and at a party he told me all about the Voynich Manuscript. Years later, I was looking around for a suitable foil to use in my first action/adventure saga, and came across another reference to it while researching a completely different mystery. I read about it for a bit, and I was hooked. It was perfect for my purposes, and had everything - centuries of uncertain ownership, a mysterious code that nobody could crack, unknown authorship, possession by the Jesuits for centuries who presumably kept it secret. You couldn't invent a better or more interesting subject, in my opinion.
3. Can you share with us your top three favorite research books or other resources you used? The Friar and the Cipher, by Lawrence and Nancy Goldstone - even though it's authorship speculations are provably incorrect, a wonderful romp through medieval history. The Voynich Manuscript: The mysterious code that has defied interpretation for centuries, by Gerry Kennedy and Rob Churchill, which while dense and lacking photos, is one of the best primers on the document. The Catholic Church Through The Ages: A History, by John Fidmar - a fascinating read for its own sake. The actual manuscript, at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University. Google Earth. Encyclopedia Brittanica. And too many more to list.
4. Tell us a little bit about The Voynich Cypher. I think the synopsis I came up with for the Amazon page is probably the best short description: When a sacred relic is stolen from its subterranean guarded vault, Dr. Steven Cross, amateur cryptographer, becomes embroiled in a deadly quest to decipher one of history's most enigmatic documents - a 15th century parchment written entirely in unbreakable code; The Voynich Manuscript. Stalked by secret societies, and aided by the daughter of a murdered colleague, a trail of riddles catapults Cross from England to Italy to the Middle East, where a Byzantine web of ancient secrets leads him to a revelation so profound it will change the world order.
5. Are you working on any new projects? I am just putting the finishing touches on my next book, the sequel to my assassination novel, King of Swords. Tentative title is Revenge of the Assassin. It's another gritty, unflinching thriller that uses the Mexican drug cartel violence as its backdrop, and features the super-assassin from King going after the new president of Mexico. As with King of Swords, Revenge pits Captain Romero Cruz of the Mexican Federal Police against "El Rey" - the King of Swords, after the tarot card he leaves at the scene of his spectacular assassinations - in a race to stop the killer from changing world history. Next, I will either write a sequel to Fatal Exchange, or The Delphi Chronicle, both of which have been very popular thrillers. I have to see what I'm inspired to do, and I won't know until I start thinking about it more seriously.
6. Where can readers obtain copies of your books? At Amazon. They can go to my Author page, which lists all 13 novels to date. I recommend, in order of my personal favorites, The Voynich Cypher, King of Swords, The Geronimo Breach, The Delphi Chronicle trilogy, Zero Sum, Fatal Exchange, and An Angel With Fur.
7. Is there anything else you would like the reader to know about you and your writing? I write intelligent, fast-paced thrillers for mature, jaded readers who expect a lot out of their books - more a meal than a snack, so to speak. I'm not a huge fan of the current trend of dumbing down books to the lowest common denominator, and I write much like my favorite authors did in what I consider the golden years of the conspiracy thriller: the Robert Ludlum, Frederick Forsyth, Le Carre, Trevanian era. These were smart books that delivered thought provoking premises, articulated in an artful manner. I think anyone who reads a lot, and who prefers their books at above a second grade reading level, will enjoy my offerings. I write seven days a week, twelve hours a day, in an attempt to refine my craft, and take what I do very seriously. Give Voynich a spin, and you might find yourself coming back for more...
8. What is your contact info, on Twitter, Facebook, your blog, etc.? My Twitter ID is @Blakebooks, my blog/website is http://RussellBlake.com and you can see a full catalog of my work there, or at Amazon on my author page. And my facebook is http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002537139084
Thanks so much for stopping by Russell. All you readers who enjoy books like The Da Vinci Code do check out Mr. Blake's latest book, The Voynich Cypher.
|Posted by Felicia Rogers on March 24, 2012 at 8:55 AM||comments (3)|
Last night I watched, Marley and Me. Yes, I know I’m behind. In my defense I picked up this movie for a steal for $2 at Target using a coupon and it has been sitting in my living room still in its packaging.
Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson unleash huge laughs as John and Jenny Grogan, a young couple contemplating the decision to have a baby. Then came Marley...an adorable Labrador pup who flunks obedience school and quickly turns his new home into a disaster area. But over the years, the Grogans come to realize that "the world's worst dog" truly brings out the best in them.
This was a cute but sad movie. I enjoyed the fact that it was almost completely family friendly. There were just a few comments that could have been left. The puppy/dog was adorable. The “clearance” idea was endearing. However, I’m not sure any couple would put up with this dog for the duration. Most people would have given the dog away the instant they brought it home. Seriously, how many people would have kept this animal after it tore up their couch and ate everything in sight!
This was an emotional story that left my entire family with burning throats and tissues in hand.
So tell me, if you had a dog like Marley what would you do?
|Posted by Felicia Rogers on February 14, 2012 at 4:15 AM||comments (5)|
Interview with Verna Clay
Other than the present, what time era would you choose to live in, and why?
I love the era of passenger trains--the 1940s and 1950s. I envision myself sitting in the dining car ordering dinner or enjoying the scenery from one of the "sky cars" that allow views of the passing countryside. I don't think I want to get off the train. I just want live in some kind of fantasy world where I'm always traveling, dining, and meeting interesting passengers.
What is the strangest thing you've ever seen?
When I was a teenager, my family lived across the street from railroad tracks. One freezing winter morning, I got up and looked out the window. Now, mind you, this was during the era of streakers, and I saw this guy run to the tracks and sit on it. Ouch! Kinda like sticking your tongue on a frozen lamppost.
What is your most embarrassing moment?
Embarrassing myself is something I'm really good at. I'll never forget being at a fancy dinner during my teen years and sitting next to a boy I'd had a crush on for years. I was so nervous I knocked my water glass over three times--got water all over him thrice!
What was the best day(s) of your life?
That's an easy one--the day my children were born.
What is your favorite coffee frou frou drink?
Actually, in my latest release, Dream Kisses, I had to create the names of some coffee frou frou drinks. I think the one called, Latin Lover Latte, with lite whipped cream, would be my favorite. Don't know what's in it, but it sure sounds good!
What food gags you?
I can't stand the smell or taste of split pea soup.
Tell us about your new book.
I adore the characters in my latest release, Dream Kisses. It's the first book in a series called Romance on the Ranch. There will be at least three books in the series, maybe more. Book two is Honey Kisses and book three is Baby Kisses. To kick things off in book one; I introduce Sage Tanner and Sarah Carter. Sage is a semi-famous male model who's been in the business for several years, but he also owns a cattle ranch called Lazy M Ranch. During the summer he runs a dude ranch there.
Sarah Carter is an author who goes by the pen name of Mims Murphy. Sarah and Sage meet while he's posing for the cover of her novel, (sigh) Dream Kisses. After the photo shoot, her New York publisher gathers a small group to walk across the street to Jet Setters Java Junction for a coffee break. I don't want to give away a spoiler, so suffice it to say an embarrassing incident makes Sarah furious with Sage and she walks out. A few weeks later, she finds herself at the Lazy M Dude Ranch for hands-on research about the cowboy way of life. Unfortunately for her (but fortunately for us), she had no idea that Sage Tanner, the gorgeous model she mentally lambasts daily, is the owner of the ranch.
While writing the secondary characters in the book, I knew beyond a shadow of a doubt I had to give some of them their own happily-ever-after. Book two is the story of Jackson and Annie and book three is about Miles and Tooty. I expect to release Honey Kisses in March or April, 2012, and Baby Kisses in the summer.
Thank you, Felicia, for inviting me to share on your blog. It's always a pleasure visiting with you.
Excerpt (from the gathering at Jet Setters Java Junction):
They entered Jet Setters Java Junction and Sage watched Sissy Johansen take charge. No surprise there. She was a bulldozer, which was probably the reason she and her husband had such a successful company. Although Sage didn't read romance novels, he knew the genre outsold all others.
Someone behind the counter approached Sissy and gave her preferential treatment, motioning them to another room. They followed Sissy and their "Jet Setter" hostess to a room glassed off from the main one. A few high class business types sat in comfortable booths. Sage knew he looked out of place in his old T-shirt, but he didn't give a rat's ass. A beautiful woman wearing a classy business suit looked him up and down as he approached. She gave him that slow, I-like-what-I-see smile. He'd encountered that same smile thousands of times since the age of fourteen. His headache felt worse. He ignored her.
At their booth, he stepped aside so Sissy and Mims could slide in. The little photographer slid next to Sissy, so he sat next to Mims. She was a little on the well-endowed side of the fork. She seemed self-conscious, something else he'd encountered thousands of times with women.
The hostess handed them menus. Menus to order a damn cup of coffee. He laid his on the table and didn't even glance at it. Mims looked her menu over, front and back, and so did the others. The hostess returned and he listened to Chuck, because he couldn't bring himself to call him Chuckie, order a Muddy Mocha Miracle. Sissy ordered a double shot Hammerhead Bottom Feeder and he was curious about what the author would order. Very politely, she said, "I'd like a Latin Lover Latte, with lite whipped cream, please." He had to bite the inside of his cheek to keep from laughing.
The hostess turned to him. "And for you, sir?" She batted her eyelashes.
"Whatever you want," she said suggestively, and slid the tip of her tongue across her Botox lips.
Sage wanted to ask for aspirin.
5- Star Review! ..."Dream Kisses" is a pleasant piece of pastry on a rainy day. It is that forbidden square of chocolate that gives hope to the hopeful romantic. Verna Clay has woven the perfect amount of words into the perfect start to her new series.--Readers Favorite (Lisa McCombs)
Verna Clay's website: http://www.vernaclay.com
Dream Kisses/Romance on the Ranch Series: Amazon ebook
Verna has been kind enough to offer THREE PDF copies of Dream Kisses for you lucky readers. Leave a comment below with your email address to enter. Whoo-Hoo and HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!
|Posted by Felicia Rogers on February 5, 2012 at 4:00 PM||comments (17)|
The Perfect Rose - A Valentine's Story....
Abandoned by his wife and left to raise a child alone, Caleb Reed falls short of the ideal work-from-home dad. He needs a woman to help him, in every sense of the word. At the suggestion of a friend, Caleb agrees to hire Ariel Lauren on a trial basis.
As an orphan, Ariel has more issues than just how to make it on her on. Yes, she needs the money that Caleb offers her, but more than anything she finds she desires his love. One calamity after another befalls her and jeopardizes her new job and her chance at having a family. But through it all, Caleb is by her side, his gruff exterior threatening to melt in the face of their shared attraction. Will they decide to continue life alone or will the magic of Valentine's Day bring them together?
This Valentine’s Day go back to the simpler romance-- Where love is all that matters.
Ebook price $1.99 at Amazon, Barnes and Noble,
Astraea Press, and other ebook retailers
Reviews from Amazon:
Lindsey H. writes:
My Thoughts: Felicia Rogers brought a sweet and tender book to us all in The Perfect Rose. I started it late one night thinking I would just read a few pages since I had work early the next morning and before I knew it I couldn't stop reading. I fell in love with Caleb and Ariel's story and adored Joshua, Meddling Mabel also has a spot in my heart cause we all have one of her around. You could relate with the characters in Caleb's case once burned, twice shy. Then you have Ariel who never knew what love and family were. I found myself rooting for Caleb and Ariel overcoming their issues, and ill admit to having a cheesey grin off and on during the story. Overall, I thought the story came together beautifully. Rogers has definitely been added to the list of authors I will be reading.
Lindi P. writes:
Ariel, orphaned as a baby, is no stranger to being alone. With no real relationships to call her own, she's taken by surprise when a new job as a nanny and housekeeper to a small boy and his single father, has her thinking long term what ifs. But long term never seems to work out for Ariel.
So why should it start now?
Single dad, weight lifter, and fitness book author, Caleb, stays clear of women since his wife left him years ago to run away to France with her lover. But Caleb soon finds Ariel too kissable and after their lips meet for the first time, Caleb can't think of much else. He's also busy trying to keep Ariel around which goes against all his plans.
I really enjoyed reading this romance. Flirtatious and fun, the story unfolds its romance in a realistic and genuine way.
At times I wished the author had shown Ariel's emotions rather than told them. For instance, instead of telling us that Ariel had grown up without parents in a couple of places, I think her reactions to scenes with Caleb and his son, Joshua, interacting, would have richly conveyed that part of Ariel's story.
But overall, The Perfect Rose as a sweet, pure, true love story I really enjoyed reading.
This book cover is awesome!!! This is a sweet romance novella that is a keeper. I only wish that is was longer. Maybe Ms. Rogers will continue with the story and write a sequel. I fell in love with the Caleb, Ariel and Joshua. I was rooting for them to have a happy ending. The story line is great! I enjoyed this read in one afternoon. I will be looking for more from Ms. Rogers. I am excited to have found another author.
To win the prize leave a comment below.
Feel free to tell me about your Valentines dreams.
Prize: One PDF copy of The Perfect Rose
Now on to win more prizes! Link to Reading- Romances.
|Posted by Felicia Rogers on January 21, 2012 at 11:45 PM||comments (1)|
“Nate Rocks the World” by Karen Toz is a cute, wholesome story. Nathan Rockledge is your normal ten year old boy. He has a hard working father, a mother who thinks she is a gourmet cook and a world class seamstress, and an older sister, who loves to annoy him.
Nathan is fond of drawing cartoons as well as using every adventure to pretend he is a great hero. For instance, he pretends to be everything from a baseball star to an astronaut. He is often caught in his daydreams and accused of not paying attention.
Yet all of Nathan’s make believe is leading up to something. Every experience he has, from believing he is a cowboy, to a rock star, to Santa’s helper, to a presidential agent, all the way to a firefighter, helps him to become a true hero. At the end of the story, he overcomes his fears and becomes a true champion, rescuing his sister and a friend from drifting away on the ocean current.
This was an extremely cute and energetic story. One never knew what the kid would dream up next. I highly recommend this read for children and especially middle school boys who will find a little bit of themselves in “Nate Rocks the World.”
|Posted by Felicia Rogers on January 15, 2012 at 12:00 AM||comments (7)|
1. Welcome Sarah! It is a pleasure to have you visit the website. Can you tell us where do you live? Have you always lived there? Have you traveled much?
Currently, I live in Oregon with my family. We relocated here from Upstate New York. I’ve lived in two countries and eight states, that’s the life of a military brat. I love to travel and experience new places but at the end of the day the best place is home with my family. I’d like to mention that visiting Tuscany is on my bucket list.
2. When did you first consider yourself a writer?
I’ve always been a storyteller. My early years of daydreaming and my vivid imagination provided a wide-ranging of content, but it wasn’t until I turned thirty that I got the bug to actually sit down and write a novel.
3. Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?
That’s a good question, and an easy answer. The most challenging part of writing for me is finding a good stopping point. My characters are so real that I want to tell their entire story. I see the end of the book as a place where I feel comfortable leaving them temporarily.
4. How much of your current book is realistic?
100% of my book is realistic. I want the reader to relate to the characters and situations. It might be that quirky friend that almost everyone has, or an embarrassing moment in front of your crush, but I want the reader to say “Oh yeah, I’ve been there, done that and bought the t-shirt.”
5. Are experiences in your current book based on someone you know, or events in your own life?
Bits and pieces are based on real events or people. Like I mentioned, I’m a military brat. I had the experience of moving to a small town my freshmen year, but it wasn’t Myrtle Creek and I didn’t have a Lucas. Although, the sandblast scene at the beach is partially from experience, the rest is pure fiction.
6. Who is your favorite author, and why?
That’s like asking which of my kids I like better. It’s impossible to select just one. A few of my favorites are Sarah Dessen, Judy Blume, Elizabeth Scott and Jennifer Echols. They all have Young Adult romance novels. I enjoy getting swept away in a great love story.
7. Do you have advice for other writers?
Best advice I can give is enjoy what you write and find like-minded individuals who share your passion. It’s great when you have a support system to bounce ideas off of. My husband is my number one fan, but he doesn’t get giddy over an ingenious hook for a plot like my writing friends do. Oh, and also, never give up on your dreams. Solo sat in a drawer for awhile before I got the courage to share it with an editor.
At lunch, I bought a peach and a bottle of water. I figured I'd roam the halls so Sasha wouldn't be tempted to harass me. I walked to the large common area near the office where all the bulletin boards were located. I ate my peach while I read information about upcoming activities. There was a spring talent show flyer with a signup sheet, softball and baseball game schedules, and the junior-senior prom flyer.
"Are you planning on going to the prom?"
My heart stopped. I did a double take; it was Lucas. "Well, I'm a sophomore, so no. I don't plan on going to the prom."
He looked surprised. "I didn't realize you were a sophomore."
"So, what's so interesting?" He stepped closer, looking at the board.
"Nothing, really. I'm just killing time. I figured I'd see what's going on around here."
"Oh, okay," Lucas grinned.
"So, you're not in study hall anymore?" I asked, still staring at bulletin board.
"I'm in study hall. I've just been helping Coach with assigning baseball uniforms and getting some extra practice in. Don't worry. I'll be back in the library next week."
I quickly turned my head toward him. "I wasn't worried!" Lucas had a smirk on his face when he turned and walked away. I couldn't even get out what I was trying to say. He's impossible.
Find Solo at Amazon.com and Smashwords.com
Trust me this is one book you're not going to want to miss. I'll be posting my own review on the 18th so be sure to drop back by to get the low down.
Now to the prizes! Sarah has graciously offered 3 ebook copies of her new novel! Just leave a comment below as well as your email address to enter to win.
While you're here feel free to look at my own works. Currently you can download my first novella, The Holiday Truce, for FREE! Yep, you heard it right, FREE. Here is the link. This is temporary so get it while you can. And remember, like a fine wine my writing has only gotten better with time.
|Posted by Felicia Rogers on January 12, 2012 at 10:00 PM||comments (8)|
Hop begins on Friday 13th!
Welcome to the Friday 13th blog hop. I have to say that when I signed up for this hop, I had no idea what the theme would be. Friday 13th is something that I know very little about. Of course I know about the movies, who doesn’t know about those? What are there, like twenty now?
Anyway, the only other thing I know is that most people consider it unlucky. So in order to do a post I had to do some research.
It turns out that the most Friday 13ths that any one year can have is three. While the lowest amount is one. Wikipedia.org has a whole chart labeling the exact months this phenomenon occurs until the year 2028. Just in case you need to prepare…
Did you know that if you have an “irrational” fear of this day there is a name for it? Kind of like people who don’t like enclosed spaces are claustrophobic, people who fear Friday 13th are called paraskevidekatriaphobic. One study stated that around eight percent of the population suffers with this phobia.
According to some studies, Friday 13th is one of most prevalent superstitions in America today.
Thanks for stopping by. I would love to hear what you think about this day. And remember to continue on your journey to enter for the Grand prize! My offering to the Grand prize giveaway is a copy of my YA paranormal suspense, The Key.
A teenage girl suffering from a family tragedy, Maddie Clevenger is oblivious to the ancient mystery surrounding her. She's young and incredibly unlucky, in life and in love. She should be enjoying her senior year of high school, but instead she is tormented by a reoccurring nightmare and a very real stalker. But all that changes when Chase Donovan, an Air Force brat with a protective streak, shows up at school. Will Chase be the key to helping her solve her stalker problem? Will he be the key to solving the mystery surrounding her family's past?
Currently this novel is only .99 at Amazon!
Now don't forget the many other prizes and make sure to hop on. You might even win a kindle!
So go ahead and hop on!
Here is the next link in your journey....