Sunday, June 23, 2013

Feature: From author Patricia D. Eddy, By the Fates, Freed

Today I'm hosting the book By the Fates, Freed by Patricia D. Eddy. It sounds like a great book and if you are okay with the warnings below, you should check it out!

By the Fates, Freed is a paranormal romance novel. There are dark, mature themes and steamy sex. It is ultimately a story of love, growth, and redemption.

Blurb:
Her unusual emerald aura makes the witch the target of a powerful devil clan. They bind her, taking her name, her voice, and her magic. Shackled inside the cold, stone walls of the devil’s prison, tortured and abused, she prays for a death she knows will not come.

Born a powerful protector, the warlock has always felt unfulfilled. His casual promise to his king’s Council results in a life-changing discovery. The imprisoned, nameless witch is his mate — the one witch he is fated to love for all eternity. He must free her or his very life will be over.

Freed, the witch must learn how to trust again. But the kind warlock with the face of a dark angel is hiding something — a secret that will give the witch the strength to help her to fulfill her destiny.

As she comes into her power, she will discover a pure truth that allows her to save herself and the man she loves.

This is the first book in the By the Fates trilogy.

Warning: This book contains disturbing and mature themes including rape and physical and mental torture. Suitable for adult audiences only.

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About the Author:
Patricia D. Eddy doesn't know how to relax. Really. She’s tried. But between a full time job, running, cycling, swimming, writing, reading, and the occasional movie or trivia night, it just doesn't happen. Despite routinely telling her mother that her life is boring, what she really means is that she doesn't have enough free time to get bored. She wouldn't have it any other way. She lives in Seattle with her husband and three cats. She has been known to participate in clandestine coffee bean exchanges in corner shops and is happiest when she’s mixing the perfect Manhattan.

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