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This is a Bewitching Book Tours Cover Reveal Blitz!
Look at this great cover! Denied is book two in the Shadowed Love series by Kinley Baker, a paranormal romance slash fantasy that looks simply FANTASTIC!
When invaders brutally massacred the women and children of the Varner, Caleb witnessed loss and destruction on a scale few can comprehend. As the leader of a race on the brink of extinction, his only hope for survival is gaining acceptance into the Shadow Shifter Kingdom. Struggling with new customs, he meets Tabitha, a woman who challenges his limits.
Refused the right to join the king’s guard because of her gender, Tabitha must be stronger than the men to prove she deserves to be the first accepted female Warrior in the kingdom. She believes Caleb will help improve her abilities, until she learns her goals conflict with the foundation of his culture.
When the realm is attacked, Tabitha and Caleb must come together not only to fight, but to find the strength to win against an evil with the potential to destroy everything they revere most–including each other.
*This giveaway is being hosted by Kinley Baker and giveaway information can be found on the author’s website.
Title: Denied by Kinley Baker Series: Shadowed Love #2 Release Date: July 2, 2012 Publisher: Crescent Moon Press Genre: Paranormal Romance Paranormal Element: Powers Add Denied to your Goodreads TBR List!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kinley Baker is the author of the fantasy romance novel, Ruined. She read her first romance at the age of thirteen and immediately fell in love with the hero and the genre. She lives with her husband and her dog, Joker, in the Pacific Northwest. As a firm supporter of all supernatural lifestyles, she writes fantasy romance, paranormal romance, and urban fantasy.
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