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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Cover Reveal: Blood Passage

Some of you may know that I'm a member of the Dark Caravan street team, helping to promote Heather Demetrios' story of an enslaved jinni, the first book of which was Exquisite Captive. (You can listen to a preview of the fantastic audio of it here in my first blogger caravan post!) As such, I've been sitting on this cover reveal for the second book, Blood Passage, for a few weeks now. I was going to share it as soon as it was released, and I'm sure some of you have already seen it by now -- but I figured, while I've got a captive (ya get it?) audience of fairy tale and folklore lovers, this would be the best time to share it!
While this series isn't a direct retelling of a tale, necessarily, it was inspired by 1,001 Arabian Nights, and of course, features a jinn (or genie, if you prefer), and I think it makes for pretty damn addictive reading, so I have a feeling some of you may want to get your hands on it.
Take a look, and let me know what you think in the comments!

* Be warned: slight spoilers for the first book, if you haven't read it!

Blood Passage by Heather Demetrios
Expected publication: October 6th 2015 by Balzer+Bray

A jinni who's lost everything.

A master with nothing to lose.

A revolutionary with everything to gain.

When Nalia arrives in Morocco to fulfil Malek's third and final wish she's not expecting it to be easy. Though Nalia is free from the shackles that once bound her to Malek as his slave, she's in more danger than ever before.

Meanwhile, Malek's past returns with a vengeance as he confronts the darkness within himself, and Raif must decide what's more important: his love for Nalia, or his devotion to the cause of Arjinnan freedom.

Set upon by powerful forces that threaten to break her, Nalia encounters unexpected allies and discovers that her survival depends on the very things she thought made her weak. From the souks of Marrakech to the dunes of the Sahara, The Arabian Nights come to life in this dazzling second instalment of the Dark Passage Cycle.

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