Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Release Week Blitz: Walk the Edge (Thunder Road #2) by Katie McGarry

One moment...

That’s all it takes to change your life.

What happens when your entire future is on the line because of one reckless moment? This is what Breanna Miller and Thomas “Razor” Turner have to face in Katie McGarry’s WALK THE EDGE. Blackmail, family secrets, future plans on the verge of collapsing, two people who aren’t supposed to be together fall in love, and the power of social media in defining who you are when you’re not even sure who that person is yet…Join the Club and and immerse yourself in the world of the Reign of Terror. Pick up WALK THE EDGE today!

Walk the Edge (Thunder Road #2)
by Katie McGarry
Publisher: Harlequin TEEN
Release Date: March 29th 2016
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One moment of recklessness will change their worlds.

Smart. Responsible. That's seventeen-year-old Breanna's role in her large family, and heaven forbid she put a toe out of line. Until one night of shockingly un-Breanna-like behavior puts her into a vicious cyber-bully's line of fire—and brings fellow senior Thomas "Razor" Turner into her life. 

Razor lives for the Reign of Terror motorcycle club, and good girls like Breanna just don't belong. But when he learns she's being blackmailed over a compromising picture of the two of them—a picture that turns one unexpected and beautiful moment into ugliness—he knows it's time to step outside the rules. 

And so they make a pact: he'll help her track down her blackmailer, and in return she'll help him seek answers to the mystery that's haunted him—one that not even his club brothers have been willing to discuss. But the more time they spend together, the more their feelings grow. And suddenly they're both walking the edge of discovering who they really are, what they want, and where they're going from here.


“I’m here about your mother.” The asshole knows he has me when my eyes snap to his.
                  “She’s dead.” Like the other times I say the words, a part of me dies along with her.
                  This guy has green eyes and they soften like he’s apologetic. “I know. I’m sorry. I’ve received some new evidence that may help us discover what caused her death.”
                  Anger curls within my muscles and my jaw twitches. This overwhelming sense of insanity is what I fight daily. For years, I’ve heard the whispers from the gossips in town, felt the stares of the kids in class, and I’ve sensed the pity of the men in the Reign of Terror I claim as brothers. It’s all accumulated to a black, hissing doubt in my soul.
                  It’s what everyone in town says happened. It’s in every hushed conversation people have the moment I turn my back. It’s not just from the people I couldn’t give two shits about, but the people who I consider family.
                  I shove away those thoughts and focus on what my father and the club have told me—what I have chosen to believe. “My mother’s death was an accident.”
                  He’s shaking his head and I’m fresh out of patience. I’m not doing this. Not with him. Not with anyone. “I’m not interested.”
                  I push off the railing and I did out the keys to my motorcycle as I bound down the steps. The detective’s behind me. He has a slow steady stride and it irritates me that he follows across the yard and doesn’t stop coming as I swing my leg over my bike.
                  “What if I told you I don’t think it was an accident,” he says.
                  Odds are it wasn’t. Odds are every whispered taunt in my direction is true. That my father and the club drove Mom crazy, and I wasn’t enough of a reason for her to choose life.
                  To drown him out, I start the engine. This guy must be as suicidal as people say Mom was because he eases in front of my bike assuming I won’t run him down.
                  “Thomas,” he says.
                  I twist the handle to rev the engine in warning. He raises his chin like he’s finally pissed and his eyes narrow on me. “Razor.”
                  I let the bike idle. If he’s going to respect me by using my road name, I’ll respect him for a few seconds. “Leave me the fuck alone.”

                  Damn if the man doesn’t possess balls the size of Montana. He steps closer to me and drops a bomb. “I have reason to believe your mom was murdered.”

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KATIE MCGARRY was a teenager during the age of grunge and boy bands and remembers those years as the best and worst of her life. She is a lover of music, happy endings, and reality television, and is a secret University of Kentucky basketball fan.

Katie would love to hear from her readers. Contact her via her website, katielmcgarry.com, follow her on Twitter @KatieMcGarry, or become a fan on Facebook and Goodreads.

Monday, March 28, 2016

FFBC: Welcome to the club, Siren's Song (The Storm Siren Trilogy #3) by Mary Weber

Siren's Song (The Storm Siren Trilogy #3)
by Mary Weber
Publisher: Thomas Nelson / HarperCollins
Release Date: March 1st 2016
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Magic, Fiction, Paranormal
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Nym and Draewulf prepare to face off in a battle destined to destroy more lives than it saves.

With the loss of Tulla still fresh in mind, Rasha’s fate unknown, and Lord Myles taken over by the dark ability, Nym and the few Bron soldiers rush to warn Cashlin’s queen. Only to discover it may already be too late for the monarch and her eerie kingdom. As the Luminescents are sifting through Nym’s past memories and the queen is reading into her future, Nym is given a choice of how to defeat Draewulf, but the cost may be more than she can bear. And even then there are no guarantees.

With that reality burrowing into her bones—along with the guilt of the lives she will sacrifice—Nym returns to her homeland of Faelen to raise an army of peasants through promises of freedom. But when the few friends she has left, along with the world and citizens she loves, are staring down the face of a monster and his undead army, will Nym summon every element her blood is capable of controlling . . . or surrender to a different strength—one of sacrifice?

Because in the end, death may be more merciful for them all.

Hello Mary! We are super excited to have you once again in our FFBC tours celebrating the release of your third and final book in the Storm Siren’s trilogy.

Aww! Thanks for hosting me (and for the past 3 YEARS)!!! <3 <3 <3

Could you tell our Book Addicts a little bit about Siren’s Song and what’s going to happen? 

Sure! Siren’s Song is the final book in the Storm Siren Trilogy, and it’s basically where the plot hits the fan and not everyone’s getting out alive (as if we thought they were). 

It begins with Nym in creepy-as-heck Cashlin where secrets of her past are revealed – and the survival of the entire Hidden Lands may or may not depend upon them. Throw in a lot of death, love, sacrifice, demons of the past, dark altered powers of the present, hot guy in a towel, and a massive wraith army led by the shapeshifter, Draewulf, and you’ve got a general taste. I can also add a few bloggers recently tweeted me comments such as: “If I had your phone you’d be getting an earful right now,” and “I am both sobbing and laughing, and what have you done?” So…yeah. :)

For those readers who haven’t started your series yet, can you tell us a bit about Nym and her world? 

Nym is the only Elemental (controls the weather) in a kingdom where Elementals have always been born male and are promptly killed at birth. The series surrounds her journey from a slave to something more – a savior if her kingdom can have its way. Except she’s not sure she wants to save the people who’ve enslaved her – let alone take on an insane shapeshifter who needs her and her super-powered friends for his own survival.

Has Nym changed from the girl we met in Storm Siren? What would you say are the best qualities of Nym and what she has learned from her journey? 

I think some of the most humbling and encouraging compliments from reviews have been how strong Nym’s character arc is. She’s gone from a slave who sees herself as a monster to a true leader of her people. And yet I’d say her internal values of compassion and treasuring life have remained the same.

As far as what she’s learned – she’s definitely grown to trust, to forgive, and to realize that she is far more capable than she ever imagined. <3

Tell us your favorite quote from Siren’s Song. 

*laughs* I don’t think I can answer that! But I will say the last line of the book is definitely one of them. :)

Is there a specific scene that you had the most fun to write? 

The battle scene! I loved developing the drama and tension and elements and bizarre characters that play into it. Also? Any scene with little Kel.

If you had to pick one song to be the Theme Song for Siren’s Song – Which one would you pick?

“Tonight” by Smashing Pumpkins. :)

Are there any recommendations you could give your readers to be in the “perfect mood” to read Siren’s Song (specific music, snacks…)? 

Ooh yes. The Lord of The Rings soundtrack, a cozy blanket, printable pics of Eogan, and a giant-size bowl of cereal. Also, tissues.

For an author, how does it feel to finally have a full series out in the world? Is it difficult to “stop” writing about Nym? 

The other day I walked into Walmart and Siren’s Song was sitting on the shelf. I think that’s when it hit me that I’ve published three whole books – and my brain was like wait how did this happen? 

Regarding the wrap-up, that’s been bittersweet. I’ve loved my time with this world and characters, but I also feel satisfied with it. Plus…I may not be *exactly* finished yet. *looks away mysteriously*

What would you recommend to your fans to read after finishing your series if they are craving for more books like the Storm Siren trilogy? 


What’s next for you? 

Okay so I have the first book in my futuristic sci-fi duology releasing next June (2017). It’s a high-stakes story about a Native American girl set to rescue her brother from an ice planet that’s appeared in Earth’s solar system. Kind of an Ember in the Ashes meets Ender’s Game. <3

Thank you so much for everything, Mary!

Thank YOU!!!!!!! <3 <3 <3

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Mary Weber is a ridiculously uncoordinated girl plotting to take over make-believe worlds through books, handstands, and imaginary throwing knives. In her spare time, she feeds unicorns, sings 80’s hairband songs to her three muggle children, and ogles her husband who looks strikingly like Wolverine. They live in California, which is perfect for stalking L.A. bands, Joss Whedon, and the ocean. Her debut YA fantasy novel, STORM SIREN and SIREN'S FURY are available now in bookstores and online, and SIREN'S SONG will be out March 2016 from TN HarperCollins.