Prison of Hope is on sale in the Uk for only £1. Now, I know it’s the 4th book in the series, but you don’t need to have read any of the other books to enjoy it.
Long ago, Olympian gods imprisoned the demon Pandora in a human—Hope—creating a creature whose only purpose was chaos and death. Remorseful, the gods locked Pandora away in Tartarus, ruled by Hades.
Now, centuries later, Pandora escapes. Nate Garrett, a 1,600-year-old sorcerer, is sent to recapture her and discovers her plan to disrupt the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games, killing thousands in a misplaced quest for vengeance.
Fast forward to modern-day Berlin, where Nate has agreed to act as guardian on a school trip to Germany to visit Hades at the entrance to Tartarus. When Titan King Cronus becomes the second ever to escape Tartarus, Nate is forced to track him down and bring him back, to avert a civil war between those who would use his escape to gain power.
“Okay, this was definitely a five star book. Steve McHugh definitely brought it with this fourth full-length book in the Hellequin series. Nate is definitely going into my top ten of serious badasses!” – Bittenbybooks
“Overall then a really great read, all of them, another strength being that you can read any one on its own, you don’t necessarily have to read in order. A series that I hope will run and run.
Highly Recommended” – Lizlovesbooks
“This series is a must read. The action, adventure and history keeps the reader engaged at all times. It is a story that incorporates the emotional side of the characters, their passion for justice as well as their conflict.” Onebooktwo
Today I have both an interview and review over on Romorror Fan Girl’s blog. Here’s part of the review.
“The plot is a page turner type, full of twists and turns, with great action scenes, witty dialogues and some romance. I’m amazed how the Author was able of bringing two worlds together in such a wonderful way, the writing is impeccable, the words flow and the plot develops on a fast pace that keeps you really entertained from beginning to the end, is not an easy read but a highly enjoyable one!”
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Today’s blog tour is a 5 star review of Prison of Hope by Paranormal Romance and Authors that Rock
I’ve got two things going on today.
First of all, I have a guest blog over at Unabridged Andra, which you can go read by clicking the link.
Secondly, I have a guest blog and I’ll be chatting with people over on Bitten by Books. Click the link again to go ask any questions and take a read.
Both give you the chance to win a gift certificate (although they’re 2 different prizes, so twice as much chance of winning).
And after a quiet weekend, I’m back for the second week of the blog tour. Today I’m over at Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews, giving an interview about writing, and being a ninja.
As per usual. Anyone going there can enter a competition to with a $25 gift certificate from Amazon. Click the cover below to go take a read.