Thursday, January 30, 2014

B. Kristin McMichael's 'Carnelian' Book Blitz: Excerpt & 2 Giveaways



Carnelian by B. Kristin McMichael
(Chalcedony Chronicles #1)
Publication date:
January 10th 2014
Genres: Time-Travel, Young Adult


Synopsis:

Everyone has a past, but for most it isn’t so far in the past as Seth Sangre. His past is literally from thousands of years ago. Seth’s past led him to the present seeking something that might help him save his country from destruction. He has been in the present for over three years now and just found exactly what he has been looking for.

Mari had dreams of college being a fresh start, one where she would start over and not fall for the good looking player like high school. Unfortunately for her that’s exactly what ends up falling into her lap on the first day she moves into the dorms. Now she has to hold to her promise to herself and not fall for the handsome Seth. But he doesn’t plan to make it easy for her. Seth has already marked her as his next conquest. As the semester progresses, Mari learns that Seth might just have a past of his own that’s literally in the past. Suddenly Mari finds her future along with her past put into question. She’s connected to Seth far more than she ever wanted to be and maybe the player isn’t who she thought he was. If Mari can trust her heart enough to follow him, Seth will lead Mari on an adventure of a lifetime and reveal family secrets she never knew existed.


AUTHOR BIO:


Originally from Wisconsin, B. Kristin currently resides in Ohio with her husband, two small children, and three cats. When not doing the mom thing of chasing kids, baking cookies, and playing outside, she is using her PhD in biology as a scientist. In her free time she is currently hard at work on multiple novels. Every day is a new writing adventure. She is a fan of all YA/NA fantasy and science fiction.

Excerpt:

After Mari and Seth decide to be friends, Seth still hints at wanting more:

“I know for some reason you wont believe me, but Im completely serious about you, Mari,” Seth began. “If my only way into your life at this point is as your friend, then thats what Ill be, but just know that what I really want is more than that. Ive been searching for years for you.”

“You dont even know me,” I retorted, trying my best to move the conversation to something else.

“I know all I need to know about you. You are the girl Ive been searching for. Now I just need to convince you that maybe, just maybe, Im the guy for you.” Seth grinned like he was accepting the challenge. “Just know that Im not giving up on you.” And before I could reply, he leaned down and kissed my forehead before turning and strolling away, leaving me speechless before the open doorway.

I marched into my room and slammed the door. Seth Sangre was good. I could still feel the tingles from where he had kissed me. Heck, I could still feel his hands around my waist as he caught me from falling. He was such a puzzle to me now. Hed been nothing but a gentleman all night. In fact, he only kissed me on the forehead when I was standing there shocked, even though he could have kissed me on the lips. I probably wouldnt have even pushed him away if he had tried. He was a riddle to me, filled with secrets, yet when he said he would protect me, I knew he was telling the truth. Most players Id known in high school would never go that far for a girl, even just to impress them. Seth was turning out to not be the person I thought he was, but even so, there was no way to be sure. If I said yes and went out with him, and he turned out to just be the normal, player jerk, Id be the one with a broken heart.


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7 comments:

  1. Appreciate the giveaway! Love the cover!

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  2. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I LOVE the cover :)

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  3. I would love this! Thanks for letting me enter xoxoxoxo

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  4. Looks like a good book. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  5. Love the cover. Thank you for the giveaway.

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