Burned by Fire is launching September 30, 2016 and is finally up for pre-order. $2.99 is the sale price so expect it to go up to $3.99 after release week. Just a heads up.
You can grab your copy on Amazon HERE. It will be up on BN and other retailer sights shortly. Note that Burned by Fire will NOT be in Kindle Unlimited and that all of the other Blood & Magic books will be pulled from KU after Burned by Fire is released.
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That said, please enjoy a short snippet from Burned by Fire. It is spoilery if you have not read books 1 &2!
“We’re going to dinner tonight. Six o’clock” He said. My pulse jumped and my brain went haywire for a second before I snapped out of it.
I scowled. “Right, sure we are.” Hey, my voice didn’t waver. Two points for me.
“That didn’t come out right.”
“Okay, why don’t you try again.” I folded my arms across my chest.
Declan looked flustered. He frowned and opened his mouth to speak before closing it. Good for you. Think about what you are going to say before you say it. I had a feeling that I unnerved him as much as he did me which I found to be hilarious. He ruled the Pack with an iron fist and always exuded confidence, until now.
“Would you like to go have dinner with me tonight?” he asked.
“Are you asking me out on a date?” This was a first. It had been, one, two, three, almost five weeks that I’d been living in the Compound and he’d yet to ask me out. Instead he stomped around and made demands that I ignored. As if being his mate meant he didn’t have to put in any work.
“What if I am?” His face was expressionless. Before I realized what I was doing I agreed to go. An instinctive part of me wanted to make him happy, even if I didn’t really consider him my mate. Declan smiled, it was a brilliant smile that lit up his entire face taking years away. My heart contracted and stupid butterflies danced in my stomach.
“I’ll meet you out front at six?” He said.