Peiri Ann is on tour with her new adult paranormal romance novel, Burdened.
Nathan, knowing the risks gives into this want to have Tracey presuming it may be better to jeopardize their possible ending, than to allow her to endure the pain of his devoid. Nonetheless, with him being a burdened Sephlem, not only are they burdened by their adversaries who will risk everything but the exposure of their existence to see Nathan fall. But Nathan and Tracey come to find that their most sinister enemies lie under their same roof and regrettably share the same bloodline.
COVER: I'm not a fan of dark covers, but this one works well considering the genre. I wish there was a little bit more of the contrasting color in the rose to make it stand out.
FIRST CHAPTER: Tracey is involved in an accident with an unknown young man. Totally apologetic, he tries to help her the best he can.
KEEP READING: Despite a few grammar issues and a structural problem with the cliffhanger ending, I found myself eager to keep reading. Ann drops the reader right into the action by having the two main characters meet at the scene of the accident--well, you have to guess that from the blurb because Nathan never gets a chance to introduce himself. I also like her eye for details. It's a short opening chapter, so the author has learned to write tight and choose her words carefully.
File Size: 846 KB
Print Length: 445 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Peiri Ann; 1 edition (April 26, 2014)
For More Information
- Burdened is available at Amazon.
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- Read the first chapter here.
- Watch the book trailer at YouTube.
When Peiri Ann is not writing, reading, doing homework, or working in the downtown of Chicago she enjoys spending time with her little girl, watching action flicks, and spooning peanut butter from the jar as a midnight snack.
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I read the first chapter of this book from Pump Up Your Book website.