And because I’m cool like that, it’s time for another giveaway!
Crista McHugh is a friend, a talented award-winning writer, and the best chance I have of eventually knowing a NY Times Bestselling author.
Her newest release Tangled Web is book 1 of a new series and has been described as “Game of Thrones meets 50 Shades of Grey”. The back cover copy reads thusly:
The deadliest assassin in the empire just got too close to her
Azurha, a former slave turned deadliest assassin in the empire,
has just been offered the ultimate challenge—seduce, then murder the new
Emperor. But Titus is not the tyrant his forefathers were, and his radical ideas
might be the glimmer of hope the empire needs.
Titus Sergius Flavus has
yet to master the powerful magic of his ancestors—magic he must wield if he’s to protect his people—but his father’s death has left him no choice. Rule the
Deizian Empire and attempt to right his ancestors’ wrongs, or watch her fall to
his greedy kin.
More than just Titus’ ideas hold Azurha captive. Night
after night, he awakens desires she thought lost, and uncovers the magic of her hidden lineage. As her deadline approaches, Azurha is forced to make an
impossible decision—complete her job and kill the man she loves, or fail and
forfeit both their lives.
Because we’re friends I can force her to sign books at any time, and I have recently done so. This means I have one book to give away to a lucky person. If you are interested, leave a comment telling me Happy New Year, Happy Birthday you old lady, why you think this book will rock, or any other thoughts you have. One person shall be picked at random to receive the book.
Winner will be picked at 5pm (pacific time) on Tuesday, January 15. Good Luck!
Small print – No purchase necessary, proclaiming your undying love for me won’t up your chances, you must live in the USA (no international or military addresses) and be at least 18 years of age. If you are picked as the winner you will need to give me your snail mail addy for me to send you the book, and I’m not responsible for books lost or mangled by the Post Office.