fate makes her a pawn #paranormal #romance @amymckinley7 @GoddessFish


Hey folks! Today I’m happy to introduce you to Amy McKinley and her story Hidden!

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Amy McKinley is a freelance writer and author. She lives in Illinois with her husband, their four talented teenagers, and three mischievous cats. Her debut novel, Hidden is the first in the Five Fates Series.

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Cursed since birth, hunted by gods, and desperate for love—Jade never stood a chance.

Half-demon, half-goddess, Jade’s fate makes her a pawn in an epic battle among the gods. Hidden on Earth with her sisters, she successfully avoids the Oneiroi—the dream gods—bent on her destruction until the prophecy, long dormant, awakens a dark shadow within her.

Roen, a reclusive Worr demon known for his battles against the Oneiroi, is called to protect Jade. Together they must unlock their mysterious connection and find a way to beat back destiny. Can she outsmart the prophecy, change her fate, and find love—even when she learns who is connected to her destruction?

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Jade’s temples throbbed. She headed toward the east turret where she knew her mom favored her morning meals. As she burst into the room, Jade startled Aiesa. A fork clattered right before her brother, accompanied by shrieks of joy, jumped up from his chair and ran to her.

Jade pasted a wide grin on her face as she bent to pick up her half-brother. His arms wrapped around her neck was the sweetest thing ever. She sunk into his embrace and inhaled deeply, closing her eyes. He had the best little demon smell. She clutched him to her until he squirmed. Releasing him, she realized that for the first time in a while, her shoulders were relaxed. Opening her eyes, she met her mom’s gaze over her brother’s shoulders.

Her mother’s dark hair hung down in a fall of midnight. A storm of worry shone in her eyes. Aiesa half rose, her mouth forming a circle. Damn. Tension rocketed back up again. Nahl pushed at her, forcing her gaze back to him.

“Hey, little demon, you’re looking very handsome this morning.” Jade tweaked his nose.

He favored both their mother and step-demon with hair black as night and ebony eyes. And lucky for him, he inherited Xavior’s olive-toned skin, but not their mother’s deep-red lips. On Mom, they looked stunning. On a boy, well…not so much.

“I’m fierce, not handsome.” Nahl frowned at Jade, grasping her long tresses for emphasis.

“Fierce and handsome.” She chuckled. “What mayhem have you got planned today?”

He beamed as she sat him down, then scampered back to his food. “I get to go to Kristo’s to work on magic. We’re going to turn beetles into snakes.”

“That sounds like fun.” She snuck a peek at her mother, who watched her closely.

Nahl’s laugh turned wicked as he gazed his sister with glee. “Then the snakes into spiders.”

Jade shuddered. “Wonderful.” She couldn’t stand spiders as her mischievous little brother knew very well.

“Why don’t you head over early, Nahl? Cade can escort you there. He’s in the war room with your father. Go find him.” Aiesa instructed her young son.

“Okay, Mom.” Nahl hopped off his chair. A quick hug and kiss were given to their mom and Jade before he raced from the room.

“I can’t believe how much he’s grown since the last time I saw him.”

“Hmm, why don’t you have a seat, Jade?” Aiesa’s gaze never left her daughter.

“Sure.” After sitting down, Jade glanced nervously around the bright room. The sunlight streamed in, illuminating the blue and green mosaic tiles. The room emanated the feeling of being at the seaside. All it lacked was a bit of sand.

With a little illusion, Aiesa used to take her daughters to breakfast on the beach in this very room. It had been heaven. Perhaps that’s why I’m drawn to California in the human realm.

Unable to avoid it any longer, Jade met her mother’s gaze.

Grasping her hand, Aiesa asked, “The fiery orange circle around your eyes is new. How long has the Fates’ curse been active?”

Icy fingers crawled up Jade’s spine, and her stomach churned with worry with her fears confirmed by her mother’s words.

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Amy McKinley will be giving away to one randomly chosen winner via rafflecopter a $50 Amazon/BN.com gift card. CLICK HERE to enter to win a $50 Amazon/BN GC – a Rafflecopter giveaway! Readers, follow the tour and comment; the more you comment, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates and places can be found here: Tour Schedule

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Amy McKinley, thank you for stopping by today!

Love & blessings to all! ❤


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12 thoughts on “fate makes her a pawn #paranormal #romance @amymckinley7 @GoddessFish

  1. Mary Preston November 11, 2015 at 2:47 AM

    “Half-demon, half-goddess” – I’m sold.

  2. Goddess Fish Promos (@GoddessFish) November 11, 2015 at 3:39 AM

    Thanks for hosting!

  3. Amy McKinley November 11, 2015 at 5:29 AM

    Thank you so much for hosting, Jacey! I’m happy to answer any questions 🙂

  4. Amy McKinley November 11, 2015 at 5:30 AM

    Awesome! So glad you like the premise, Mary 🙂 Second one will be released this spring. Good luck on the drawing!

  5. MB November 11, 2015 at 8:33 AM

    I’ve just started reading this and am already hooked!

  6. Amy McKinley November 11, 2015 at 8:35 AM

    So happy to hear that you’re enjoying Jade’s story, MB. Thanks for letting me know and good luck on the drawing 🙂

  7. Eva Millien November 11, 2015 at 1:00 PM

    I enjoyed the excerpt, this sounds like a really good book, thanks for sharing!

  8. Amy McKinley November 11, 2015 at 2:07 PM

    I’m so glad you enjoyed it Eva 🙂 I hope you like the book as well. Good luck in the drawing!

  9. Victoria November 11, 2015 at 5:49 PM

    Awesome post, I enjoyed reading it! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  10. Amy McKinley November 11, 2015 at 5:55 PM

    Thanks, Victoria 🙂 I appreciate you stopping by and hope you enjoy the book! Good luck in the drawing!

  11. Betty W November 11, 2015 at 10:24 PM

    Great post, thank you!

  12. Amy McKinley November 12, 2015 at 10:50 AM

    Thanks, Betty! Hope you enjoy Jade’s story 😉 Good luck on the drawing!

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