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Call for reviewers: EVENFALL


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Sometimes, it’s still hard to believe that Evenfall is an actual book now. This story is incredibly dear to us (I know, I know, all of them are, but really, I/we love each and every new book with everything I/we have), so we decided to do something special…

For the first time, we’re not only putting up a public request form, but giving out e-ARCs as well as physical ones.

If you’re a reviewer/book blogger (from anywhere in the world) who enjoys YA fantasy with a strong romantic undercurrent, you can apply for an ARC through this form.

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For those of you who aren’t familiar with Evenfall, here’s the blurb:

A monster does not deserve the intimacy of a name

As if waking up in an unfamiliar world isn’t enough of a surprise, Ember gains a new title to her name. Savior.

Hunted by the Crescent Prince and his lethal shadows, she accepts a young Mage’s help to navigate the land of blood magic and its many illusions. But where Ada sees the good in her power, Ember discovers something else.

An icy darkness, designed to take lives, not save them.

The only thing worse than not being able to rely on her senses—or the reality she had once believed to be true—is knowing that she cannot trust her heart. Especially as it seems to draw her to the one person in whose hands she can never fall…

Will Ember escape the thrall of darkness or will she reign in it?

Links:

Website: http://bit.ly/2AbHLOR
Amazon: https://amzn.to/2HUg5W6
iBooks: http://apple.co/2A2mXJo
B&N: http://bit.ly/2r04NFT
Kobo: http://bit.ly/2svmYEm

 

 

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