Reviewing and Reading books that were free or are free. You see, I finally caved and bought an eReader. Now I find I can't stop reading all the free books offered on the online market. Despite whether or not the book is a good read or not. In this blog I will weed through all books, whether it was amazing or a grammatically sad excuse for a book, because the point in the end is . . . HEY, IT WAS FREE!
Friday, January 29, 2016
Hey, It's A Book Blitz for "Kiss of Fire" by Rebecca Ethington
Joclyn Despain has been marred by a brand on her skin. She doesn't know why the mark
appeared on her neck, but she doesn't want anyone to see it, including her best friend Ryland, who
knows everything else about her. The scar is the reason she hides herself behind baggy clothes, and
won't let the idea of kissing Ryland enter her mind, no matter how much she wants to.
The scar is the reason she is being hunted.
If only she knew that she was.
If only she had known that the cursed stone her estranged father sent for her 16th birthday would
trigger a change in her. Now, she is being stalked by a tall blonde man, and is miraculously throwing her
high school bully ten feet in the air.
Joclyn attempts to find some answers and the courage to follow her heart. When Ryland finds her scar;
only he knows what it means, and who will kill her because of it.
Rebecca Ethington is an internationally bestselling author with almost 700,000 books sold. Her
breakout debut, The Imdalind Series, has been featured on bestseller lists since its debut in 2012,
reaching thousands of adoring fans worldwide and cited as "Interesting and Intense" by USA Today's
Happily Ever After Blog.
From writing horror to romance and creating every sort of magical creature in be-tween, Rebecca's
imagination weaves vibrant worlds that transport readers into the pages of her books. Her writing has
been described as fresh, original, and groundbreaking, with stories that bend genres and create
Born and raised under the lights of a stage, Rebecca has written stories by the ghost light, told them in
whispers in dark corridors, and never stopped creating within the pages of a