WOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! After over a year of writing, revising, and editing, Stains is now out!!! Even better? I got an amazing review from author Laura Deluca, whose Dark Musicals trilogy is one of my favorites. I’m geeking out and ready to celebrate! Please check out all the info and, if you like, join me today for a party in the Street Team.
It’s her last summer before going away to college and Fiona finds herself facing more than she bargained for: A boyfriend she doesn’t want who has a strange hold over her, a friend pushing her to expand her boundaries, and a new guy named Ted whose presence is more than a distraction.
If that isn’t enough, Fiona is being haunted with horrifying nightmares of burning at the stake—nightmares so real, she feels as though she’s losing her mid.
Are they only dreams, or are they trying to warn her about this new guy she can’t help but want?
Release Date: November 29,2013
Genre: New Adult Paranormal
Publisher: Pagan Writers Press
” It’s a fast paced story with characters that are well-developed and easy to relate to. The scenes are vivid and striking, with emotion that seeps off the page.” –Laura Deluca, author of The Dark Musicals Trilogy
The flames from the torches danced around her, creating a terrifying glow on the gathered crowd. The young girl struggled against her restraints in an attempt to escape the fate that awaited her. The jeers of the spectators echoed through her mind like a demonic chorus, sending chills down her spine.
The more she struggled, the tighter the ropes that bound her felt. She knew it was a futile endeavor—even if she did get free, she was in no condition to attempt an escape. Plus, contrary to their insane notions, she had no special powers. Her only power was her knowledge of the earth and how its resources could be used to cure ills. What good would that do against a mob such as this?
Her heart pounded and her breathing came quick and ragged as the men kneeled down to light the kindle piled beneath her. She closed her eyes and took a deep breath, willing herself to keep calm. Her fate was sealed, but she could at least deny them the pleasure of seeing her fear. She opened her eyes, and her gaze settled on one of the spectators.