FAE AND WITCHES AND GHOSTS - OH MY!
Spotlight on kristin d. van risseghem and her latest book the passage, a dance & a little white dress.
The Zoe Jabril journey continues. Yay! Having read the first book, The Guardian, a Sword, & Stilettos, I'm kind of all ready invested in this character. So I'm really excited to see what she's up to. The synopsis gives us just enough information to tantalize our minds. Zoe will have to tangle with: a strange attraction to her new neighbor; a daring covert operation against demons; travel to the fae summer court to negotiate alliance support; all the while making sure her high school attendance record stays on point so her parents won't find out what she's really up to. But luckily we are not her parents and can enjoy finding out about this next stage in Zoe's journey as she battles to stop the Devil from escaping Hell on her eighteenth birthday.
Below is an excerpt from Chapter One for you to enjoy:
Last night, a friend of mine rose from the dead—and I was the one who brought her back. So I guess . . . I’m an angel. Or, at least most of my friends think I am.
Even wrapped tightly in the arms of my favorite oversized PINK hoodie, I shivered. It was chilly for mid-April while sitting on my front porch with the sun just coming over the horizon, but that wasn’t where the tremor had come from.
I glanced up, startled by the high-pitched squealing of truck brakes that rang above the music playing from my iPod. The truck turned into the cul-de-sac and careened straight into the next door neighbors’ driveway. What made it really strange was the house had been empty since last October. I could still see the top of the “For Sale” sign on the manicured front lawn. I pulled out my cell phone to text my boyfriend, Shay.
Me: Good morning!
As I waited for a response, a gray uniformed driver open his door and climbed down. He walked to the back of the truck; then multiple doors slammed.
“This furniture goes into the living room on the main level,” a man said.
I didn’t particularly want to be a nosy neighbor, but I couldn’t help myself. I eased higher on the top step, hoping to get a look at the man who seemed to be in charge. His back was to me, so all I could tell was he had short blond hair. He glanced down at something then looked back up, turned, and pointed toward a number of other, smaller trucks in the cul-de-sac parking. More uniformed men jumped out of the smaller trucks and gathered around their boss, waiting for instructions. I had no interest in watching a bunch of people move boxes, so I just stayed on the step and waited for my best friend, Kieran, and Shay
You can purchase this book through: Amazon; Nook; Smashwords; or on Kristin's website at www.kristinvanrisseghem.com.
Below is a picture of the divine Ms. Van Risseghem so you can put a face to the creator of this awesome series. Happy reading y'all!
Kay Latour -> Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Author of WITCH ON PAROLE series.