{New Release w/Excerpt & Giveaway} Forsake By Andrea Pearson

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This is my stop during the book blitz for Forsake by Andrea Pearson. This book blitz is organized by Lola's Blog Tours. The book blitz takes place on 19 October. See the tour schedule here.

By Andrea Pearson
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Age category: Young Adult, New Adult, Adult
Release Date: 18 October, 2017



Vicious shifters are on the hunt and will devour anything that stands in the way. And getting in the way is exactly what Nicole must do.

Nicole Williams hopes for nothing more than to Restart like any normal Arete and gain access to the magic she’ll possess. But when she does Restart, she’s accused of gruesome murder, and she learns she must travel halfway around the world to save her best friend’s life.

Knowing that the evil Hounds of Tindalos are hot on her tail and that they’ll stop at nothing to kill her before she hides her best friend from them forever, she invites her boyfriend, Conor, to come along as backup. But Conor’s plans may not line up with hers.

Danger, intrigue, and harrowing fights with evil await you in Forsake, a Mosaic Chronicles novel. Start reading now to immerse yourself in the adventure!

You can find Forsake on Goodreads

You can buy Forsake here on Amazon





Dog on balcony:

Nicole was lost in her own thoughts for most of the drive home, but something at the corner of her eye drew her attention when she was about fifteen minutes away. She glanced out her window.

A huge, dark dog ran alongside her car. She shrieked, blinking, expecting the dog to disappear, but it didn’t. Even though she was driving at least sixty miles an hour, the dog was running just as fast. How was that possible? It caught her staring at it and made eye contact with her, the expression on its face intense. It jerked its head toward her, making her wonder if it wanted her to pull over. Like that was going to happen.

After about five minutes, the dog veered off, and Nicole spent several moments watching the highway behind her. What was going on? The woman, a murder, an unknown Arete, and now a dog that could run at highway speeds?

She gripped the steering wheel until she couldn’t feel her fingers anymore. Her knuckles were white in the streetlights. Nicole went way too fast the rest of the way to her house, going at least twenty miles an hour over the speed limit. She punched the code into the gate and pulled up the drive, parking in the garage. She didn’t get out of her car until the garage door was shut, watching through her mirror the whole time. No dog followed her in. Thank goodness.

By the time Nicole got to her bedroom she’d fully convinced herself that she’d imagined the dog. There was no way that had happened. No way. What she needed was a good, long soak in the tub.

A movement on her balcony caught her eye. Expecting to see Lizzie there, Nicole turned. What she saw made her scream—it was definitely not her best friend.

The dog stood there, illuminated by her bedroom lights, partially hidden by the drapes. It gave a small yip, audible through the double-paned glass doors. It seemed to want her to open the doors and let it in. No way.

The dog began convulsing, and Nicole scrambled backward, away from the door, tripping over the settee and landing on her butt. She watched in horror as the dog’s neck stretched out, its front legs becoming thicker, and its torso lengthening. The thing bent over, then suddenly straightened on its hind legs.

In a matter of moments, a man stood on the balcony where the dog had been.

Andrea PearsonAbout the Author:
Andrea Pearson is an avid reader and outdoor enthusiast who plays several instruments, not including the banjo, and loves putting together musical arrangements. Her favorite sports are basketball and football, though several knee surgeries and incurably awful coordination prevent her from playing them.

Andrea graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor of science degree in Communications Disorders. She is the author of many full-length novels (the Kilenya Series and Mosaic Chronicles) and several novellas. Writing is the chocolate of her life - it is, in fact, the only thing she ever craves. Being with her family and close friends is where she's happiest, and she loves thunderstorms, the ocean, hiking, public speaking, painting, and traveling.

You can find and contact Andrea here:
- Website
- Blog
- Facebook page
- Facebook profile
- Twitter
- Goodreads
- Amazon
- Pinterest
- Newsletter

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