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Monday, January 27, 2020

I'm the story you’re warned about as a child - Nightblood Academy by Allison West

"A churning vortex chocked-full of unbelievable events that propels every emotion bursting into play front and center, fusing this gem together seamlessly. The drama is intense, tension is thick, danger is chilling, suspense electrifying, the intrigue skyrocketing." Kaye, Goodreads



Description:

Release Date: January 27th, 2020

I’m the missing girl who left school with a stranger, the story you’re warned about as a child. Was I kidnapped? Or did I go willingly?

I didn’t listen. I never listen. And now, I’m stuck in another universe, protecting my best friend, worried about my sick sister back home, and forced to face the academy bully, who happens to be hot and single. He should be off-limits, but I can’t stop myself from falling for him, hard.

EXCERPT

“I want your word that you won’t hurt her,” Bray said. “She’s under my protection.”

Eilith glided closer, leaning in, smelling him as she exhaled a soft, putrid breath.

Bray’s eyes slammed shut and his nostrils flared with a scrunched nose. This was going to be hell. Willow would owe him big time when they were done with whatever the hell this creature was.

“You think you have any power here at all?” Eilith laughed, her breath caressing his neck, a sharp tongue skimming over his skin just below his ear, drawing blood. “I could eat you alive, and no one would ever know what happened to you.”

Swallowing nervously, his eyes opened, feeling the drip of blood cascade down his neck. “Are you a vampire?” he whispered.

“Some call me an energy vampire,” Eilith said, “but no. I am an ordinary Nightblood turned demon.” She reached behind her back and revealed a scroll and a feather pen, already dipped in ink. “Sign your name so we can complete this transaction.”

The lump that had once formed in his throat grew even bigger. “Demon?” He hadn’t wanted to believe it might be true.

“Demon Sorceress, the one and only.” Eilith sounded quite pleased with herself.

He took the pen, his actions again not his own as he stared at the scroll. He was back in charge, if only for a moment, while she let him willingly sign his name. What choice did he have? He wasn’t giving away his soul, only his virginity. That didn’t mean anything to a demon, right?

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About the author:
Allison West is a #1 International Best-Selling Author in Erotica, BDSM, Romantic Erotica, Sci-Fi, Victorian, and Historical Erotica. She also writes young adult novels under the name Ruth Silver.

Allison West has been inventing worlds and writing stories for years. Her favorite novels are those that leave a lasting impression, long after the final page is read. You can find more about Allison on Facebook, Twitter, and her blog "Spanking Author." http://spankingauthor.com


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17 comments:

Dale Wilken said...

The book sounds like a great read.

lildevilgirl22 said...

I love the cover

Julie Waldron said...

Intriguing cover, thanks for the chance!

Nancy Payette said...

Great cover

tetewa said...

My kind of read!

abfantom said...

I like the cover. It has great colors and graphics.

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Deb Smith said...

Great cover, really draws your eye.

Shannon said...

Sounds like a wonderful book to read.

Amy Woolard said...

Allison, this cover is gorgeous!! The book has peaked my interest as well!

Debra Branigan said...

The cover art is awesome and story sounds interesting. Best wishes to the author on the new release.

Anna Josefin Bergman said...

Sounds great!

Sandy Klocinski said...

This book sounds like an awesome read! The cover has interesting colors.

sheila ressel said...

Love the description as well as the excerpt!

Bridgett Wilbur said...

Great excerpt.

Clair Shumack said...

This book looks like it's going to be a great read!

yellowlabs said...

The book sounds really good!

Laura Lee said...

The cover alone makes me want to read it.