Hey Everyone! Guess what? Blood & Magic is up for pre-order. This is a great way to grab all three books in the Blood & Magic series as a reduced rate. This one will go live February 7th 2017. If you want to grab a copy, you can go on AMAZON or HERE for other retailers.
The first three books in this action-packed series by International Bestselling Author Danielle Annett
Save 28% when you buy the first three books in this boxed set today! This kick-butt urban fantasy series has been featured on USA Today, Heroes & Heartbreakers, and includes #1 Amazon Bestseller Cursed by Fire. You’re sure to enjoy it if you like snarky heroines, kick-butt fight scenes, and unexpected twists with the occasional cliff hanger.
Also, I know I’ve been MIA lately, it happens unfortunately because there are never enough hours in the day. That said, here is a teaser from Branded by Fire! I hope you enjoy.
Panic swelled in my chest. My heart raced. I opened and closed my fists, fighting back the panic that threatened to consume me.
“Aria—“ My eyes darted to Declan. His face was set in a grim mask. He was worried. Well shit, if he was worried then I was screwed. A lump formed in my throat at the sight of him. He shouldn’t be here.
“Aria, he’s coming. We’ll figure this out.” I chewed my bottom lip between my teeth and silently cursed my mother. This was her fault. All of it.
“You should go,” I said.
Declan stepped closer to me and I had to fight the urge not to back away from him. It wasn’t safe. I wasn’t safe. It didn’t matter that he was bigger or stronger than me. I could hurt him.
The idea sent a spear of dread into my chest. What if I hurt him? What if I lost control?
Fuck. Who was I kidding. I already had lost control. I quickly scanned the room. He’d been smart in removing all of the furniture. My room was empty but for a blanket and a stack of pillows but none of the items were resting on the floor as they should be. They floated in the air as if they had a mind of their own and I couldn’t do a damn thing to get them to sink to the floor.
“Breath. It’s going to be alright.”
“You don’t know that!” I shouted. Shit. Fuck. I hadn’t mean to yell at him. The pillows and blanket went flying through the air, colliding with Declan.
“Dammit. I’m sorry. I—“
“It’s okay.” Declan grabbed at the blanket and shoved it under his arm while ripping the pillows out of the air. I turned away from him. “Hey, they’re only pillows. It’s okay.”
“What if they had been more than pillows?” I asked. My voice shook and moisture suddenly pooled in the corners of my eyes.
“Aria, you need to stay calm. You need to breath.” He placed his hands on my shoulders. I flinched. I know he meant for the touch to be comforting but all it did was make me feel even more trapped. He gently turned me back to face him, his hand coming up under my jaw to force me to meet his gaze.
“Breath,” he said. Taking a deep breath of his own with exaggerated motions. I rolled my eyes.
“Breath,” he said again.
I took a deep breath through my nose, exhaling through my mouth.
“Good, again.” I did as instructed and felt my body slowly start to relax.
The door opened and Inarus walked in. Something inside of me relaxed. He flicked Declan a quick glance before his gaze settled on me. He didn’t look the least bit worried.