Hello my fellow little munchkins. Sorry that I haven’t posted a lot recently but I shall be right back on track this week *fingers crossed* but I was able to work with YAReadsBookTours with this book blitz and I hope you enjoy it. There is a giveaway also so don’t forget to check that out.
Anyways, why don’t we get ahead to this post?
Author: Kristy Centeno
Book Title: Enchantress
Release Date: April
Publisher: Inkspell Publisher
Cover Artist: Najla Qamber
Genre: Paranormal, YA, NA
“Fate brought them together. Will evil break them apart?
Leah Parker’s visit to her hometown is supposed to bring her closer to the truth behind her identity.
What she doesn’t anticipate is the handsome stranger with almond eyes claiming to be her Pair.
Her world once again upturned with the arrival of the man chosen to be her life partner, Leah is pulled
between the feelings she’s always had for the friend she left behind, and those for the compelling
stranger determined to save her from certain death—at whatever the cost.
With an ancient evil out to finish what it started twenty-one years before, will Leah find peace within
her troubled mind and heart to fight back and win? Or will her disconnection with her newfound powers
hinder her only chance at survival?
His sacrifice…is her salvation.”
About the Author:
Kristy Centeno is the author of the Secrets of the Moon saga and Keeper Witches series.
She has always had a passion for books and after years of being an avid reader, she decided to transform her desire to write into a reality and thus, her first novel was born. When she’s not busy taking care of her five children or holding down the fort, she finds time to sit and do what she loves the most: writing.
Read below for excerpts from the book:
“Are you scared of me? Is that it?” As if to make a point, he covered the distance between us in three
short steps, and backed me off into the landing to the stairwell behind me, stopping only when our
bodies were a few inches from coming into physical contact. The invigorating scent of his cologne
invaded my nostrils, causing my mind to go into total and complete turmoil.
I shut down, unsure how to react. I hadn’t anticipated being cornered in a vulnerable spot where we
were shielded from view. Normally, I was a sucker for guys who smelled as good as he did, but this was
Brandon Morris. I couldn’t decide whether to lean closer and inhale slowly, or scream and push him
I wanted to deny his accusation, but he could see the truth in my eyes. It was pointless to pretend as if
he hadn’t just sent my heart into a race. By then he could see how badly I shook. I could not disguise it
fast enough for him not to notice.
“Should I be?” I asked softly, fear forcing my voice to quake.
Fighting the nausea threatening to consume me, I made a mad dash for alleyway’s entrance. Out of the
corner of my eye, I saw something move. I shrieked and sprinted faster, almost colliding into the thin
man who appeared out of nowhere in front of me. I managed to stop in time to crash into him, but as
soon as I caught sight of his profile I regretted not plowing right through him.
He looked like something straight out of a sci-fi movie. Tall, long, and lanky, with shoulder-length white
hair, unnaturally pale skin, and eyes that gave the impression of missing irises, he was no less horrifying
than the black figure I’d seen at the stairwell or the ghostly woman in my bedroom. He was clad from
top to bottom in dark clothing, which gave him all the more menacing feel. As he stood, staring at me in
a way that communicated I was about to become food, I could have sworn my stomach dropped to my
feet. This was no ordinary attacker. He didn’t have rape or mugging in mind, but something much more
Movement several yards behind him caught my attention and I glanced around his left shoulder to the
woods, noting the quick blur of a figure darting from behind one tree to another. Something was off
about the way this person rushed by. It sparked a sense of familiarity that horrified me.
“Brandon, I don’t think we’re alone anymore,” I murmured as another flash of white scurried ever
closer. It was too dark for me to determine who it was, but I was certain of one thing: we were being
“What…?” The meaning of my words didn’t immediately dawn on him.
“Someone’s out there.”
Brandon spun around abruptly. He scanned the area briefly as he backed into me while sucking in air.
His suddenly rigid posture warned me whoever was out there was not friendly.
Without a single word of explanation, Brandon turned to me and took my hand in his, pulling me down
the path we’d used to get to the gazebo. He towed me along in a haste, leaving me no room to protest,
or figure out what the hell was going on. A weird, high-pitched hissing sound emanated from
somewhere behind us. It startled me and I was tempted to glance over my shoulder, but Brandon’s next
words stopped me.
“Don’t look, Leah!” His tone was as serious as I’d ever heard it, which freaked me out even more. What
was he so scared of?
Giveaway: $10.00 Amazon gift card.