Saturday, June 22, 2013

Cover Reveal + Giveaway: Common Descent (Darwin's Children #3) by Natasha Larry


I've got the cover of the third book in Natasha Larry's Darwin's Children to reveal to you today! Also, don't miss out the giveaway at the end!

Check out the cover:

Okay, this cover is pretty freakin' cool! The reason why it looks so different from the previous
two covers is because Natasha is working on re-branding the covers of the series...
starting with Common Descent.

Eighteen-year old Jaycie Lerner’s telekinesis is finally in check—too bad levitating a picnic table is now a workout. Not to mention her previously dormant telepathy is back and raging out of control. As she struggles to relearn her frightening power, the Dey-Vah announce they will soon unleash the supernatural world on the human race. To make matters worse, people start dropping dead all over northern Alabama. Then, a mysterious new enemy emerges.

Jaycie must elicit the help of the world’s only master vampire slayer and an assassin who gets her tips from the voices in her head. Strengthening the Core is the only way to protect mankind from the coming vampire army, and they aren’t even the most dangerous threat.

Jaycie and her family face their darkest hour when an innocent young girl serves as a pawn to form a deadly Alliance. The perfect vampire, Lilith Bradshaw, becomes an eye-opening example of how far the Alliance will go to serve their own destructive ends. The world around Jaycie steeps into darkness, and betrayals from the past threaten to undo them all.

Also, if you have not read the first two books in the series, I recommend them!

 



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About the author: Natasha Larry is self-professed comic book nerd and urban fantasy junkie. She has an M.A. in history, making her a professional cynic. She is the author of the YA paranormal series, Darwin’s Children. She resides in Alabama with her awesome daughter. For more information about her or her work please visit: http://natashalarrybooks. She's on Twitter, too: @natashalarry


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