Release Blitz: Burning Ash by N. J. Walters
Today we have the release day blitz for N.J. Walters’ new release, BURNING ASH! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today!
Title: Burning Ash
Author: N.J. Walters
Genre: Paranormal Romance
About Burning Ash: No one is more surprised than Asher, one of the oldest vampires on Earth, that he's attracted to vamp hunter Jo Radcliffe. She's smart, a talented slayer, and she's gorgeous. Something about her pulls at him, like no one ever has before. For a man, whose name strikes fear in everyone––this is something new and intriguing. And quite possibly deadly, if she discovers his secret. Jo has two things in common with the handsome Asher––they are both slayers and someone is messing with them in a very-much-trying-to-kill-them way. She's not so happy about joining forces with a dude she doesn't know. But he's sexy as hell and really good at his job as one of the Forgotten Brotherhood, whose business it is to execute misbehaving paranormals. She knows she's bait in a larger plot to harm Asher and the Brotherhood. And there is nothing he won't do, no line he won't cross, to keep her safe––which may be the weakness that destroys them both.
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Exclusive Excerpt: He might have just met her, but she captivated him. Plus, there was the whole mystery of them both being here at the same time. Call him paranoid but he didn’t believe in coincidence. Not when an email from an unknown source had brought him here. If he wanted to figure out who was behind the missive, he’d have to stick close to Jo. What a hardship. He grinned at her retreating back. Her strides were long and sure, without hesitation. This was a woman unconcerned about walking alone at night. She’d be the same, maybe even more relaxed, if he wasn’t with her. They walked for about five minutes without talking. Around them, the forest was silent except for the wind rustling the branches and the occasional scurry of a small animal through the underbrush. The air was crisp and the moon bright. A perfect night for a romantic stroll through the woods. Too bad she was determined to outpace him. Jo stepped over a fallen tree and skirted around a rock. A truck rumbled in the distance. They were almost at the road. “I’m not giving you a ride.” Still grinning, he picked up the pace until he was alongside her. “You’re going to let me walk home by myself. This late at night.” He heaved a sigh. “Chivalry is dead.” Again, she gave a quick laugh before her lips pursed. “I’m sure you can manage. You had to get her somehow. Where’s your car?” He shrugged. “I came on foot.” It would probably be better to lie but he stuck with the truth. “Seriously.” She shook her head and ducked under a low-hanging branch. “You local?” “Nope, hitched a ride part of the way.” Not a lie but not the whole truth. He’d hitched a ride on top of a transport truck for part of the journey, mostly for the fun of it. The driver hadn’t even known he was there. It was a great way to see the countryside and the cold certainly didn’t bother him. The rest of the way, he’d run at top speed. “You’re insane. You know that.” “You’re the one who fought and beheaded a vamp,” he reminded her. She whirled around, crossbow in hand. “And just what were you doing? Were you hoping to get turned?” He placed his hands dramatically over his heart and shook his head. “After all we’ve been through together, you’re going to shoot me?” The odds were about fifty/fifty. Although given the glint in her eyes, it might be more seventy/thirty, and not in his favor.
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