I am excited to announce a giveaway for Hellbound by Berinn Rae. I am reading book one, Knightfall now and let's just say the hero in this story plays a small part in it and I can't wait to read this one. While it is apart of a series, it is a paranormal romance, so it works well as a stand alone. I can't tell how much I am enjoying book one. It's breaking me out of my take-a-week-to-finish-a-book-slump that I've been in lately. I'll have a review up for both books soon, but this is one book you totally have to have, lol!
Author: Berinn Rae
Publisher: Crescent Moon Press
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Number of Pages: E Book
Everyone has monsters under the bed… The Seven Seals are said to be all that stands between humanity’s survival and the end of days. Led by a reclusive angel, the Seven are immortals, enhanced by the marks they bear. After centuries of bloodshed, the Seven and their Guardians have brought down the nefarious Dominion. But the world isn’t safe yet. Now, an outlaw hellhound is building an army to claim the Seven Seals for himself. But what if you’re one of them? A year ago, Lana Wolfe was brutally attacked—reborn a walking nightmare. Carrying scars from her past, she dedicates her life to destroying others like her. That is, until she’s challenged by Orion Benandanti, the Alpha of all hellhounds and host to the Third Seal. But when the hunter becomes the hunted and Orion’s Seal is put at risk, the only way to survive is for Lana to trust the man who very well may destroy her soul. Excerpt: For the first time since Lana Wolfe’s world had gone to hell in the proverbial hand basket, a spark had ignited in her soul. Hope.
Hope for something beyond days of stalking and nights of killing. Hope that maybe she wouldn’t become one of the monsters that stalked the night. Because Orion was different. He seemed like he’d been one of what she hunted for . . . well, for a long time. Yet he didn’t reek like the others. Quite the opposite. Her heightened senses drank him in like a parched sponge at an oasis. Coming to Orion’s every night made her feel safe. There was magic on his farm. Even if for only a couple of hours each night, spending time here had been a welcome break from the hunt. The peace surrounding this place had made her believe the monsters couldn’t sully this oasis.
Except the stench in the air now warned her that hope was . . . hopeless. She was never safe. And now Orion wasn’t, either. Her jaw clenched. She had covered her tracks. She was sure of it. There was no way the monsters could’ve tracked him from her trail. From the safety of the tree line, she scanned the area. Her fur bristled when she saw lizard-like shapes sprawled across the backyard. Dead monsters. Orion's work. She counted. Six total. Killing one monster was a feat. But six? Arma-fucking-geddon.