Friday, December 13, 2013

Aurora Sky Blog Tour + Giveaway

   AURORA  SKY  #1 
 Aurora Sky
Published: December 9th, 2012
Genres: NA, Paranormal, Fantasy
Leaving Alaska after graduation is no longer an option for eighteen-year-old Aurora Sky once government agents pull her from the wreckage of a head-on collision.

In exchange for her life Aurora must serve as a vampire hunter. Basically she’s a glorified chew toy. All thanks to her rare blood type, which sends a vampire into temporary paralysis before she has to finish the job by hand.

Aurora's dark mood is attracting the wrong kind of attention - namely that of Fane Donado's. He's a prince alright. The dark prince of temptation.

It's one thing to swap spit, but if the fangs come out there's no telling who will go down first.

 Photo: Aurora Sky book 1 & 2 paperbacks are in the works. These will have cream paper and Bookman Old Style interior font. The interiors are ready and now the typographer is doing the front/back/spine design layout. Book 1 is done and beautiful, but the spine needs resizing because the new font added pages to the book.



Aurora Sky
Published: July 27th, 2013
Genres: NA, Paranormal, Fantasy
Love bites.
Probation sucks.

Thanks to Dante’s recklessness, Aurora is now partners with Valerie: the redheaded, backstabbing vixen.

Dante is in full flirt mode. Fane’s tactics are more ruthless. Something carnal has awakened in Aurora and neither boy is helping tame her cravings.

When a member of the unit’s team is found dead, Aurora and Valerie are sent after a vampire in Sitka, but Aurora suspects the killer’s much closer to home.

At the far court, Clayton and Tyler bounced birdies up and down on the strings of their rackets.

Clayton nudged Tyler as we approached. “Oh great. Goth boy and zombie girl. This should be fun.”

I took my place beside Fane. He held his racket loose and lazy. I barely held mine at all. Clayton pelted the birdie at me. I tried to shield my face and ended up dropping my racket.

“Oh, come on!” Clayton shouted.

I picked up the birdie and threw it over the net.

Clayton served the birdie to Fane, who smacked it over the net with the flick of a wrist. Tyler launched the birdie at me. It hit me on the shoulder, but I swung anyway as it bounced to the floor.

“Hello? Earth to Aurora,” Tyler called across the net.

“I think she’s still in a coma,” Clayton said.

“That’s game,” Tyler said. “Your serve.”

I picked up the birdie and handed it to Fane. It’s a good thing it wasn’t a real bird. Fane crushed it in his hand. Only for a moment. Only I saw. As he relaxed and looked across the net, I felt that odd shiver return.

Fane smacked the birdie as though it were a fly. He walloped it right between Tyler and Clayton so fast neither boy had time to react. When they did manage a return hit, Fane gracefully flicked away any stray birds that came at me. I watched in fascination, fully engaged for the first time since the accident.

The boys tried to hit the birdie back. Fane had them racing across every corner of their court. By the end of the period they were out of breath. They took off without a backwards glance when Mr. Mooney blew his whistle signaling the end of gym.

As I walked past Fane I felt a twitch. Not my own. I felt the twitch of his hand wanting to stop me.

“Hey, you. Are you okay?”

If I had my full range of emotions left I’d laugh. He didn’t even know my name—that or it wasn’t worth saying.

He studied me carefully. “I’ve seen that look before.”

Now I was curious.

Valerie jumped down from the bleachers. “Fane!”

He didn’t pay attention to her. I held my breath waiting for him to tell me what he saw.

Valerie sashayed her way over to Fane. She held out his jacket. “I’m ready to blow this joint. Let’s get a bite.”

Her last words grabbed his attention, and he forgot me completely. Valerie looped her arm around Fane’s and they walked toward the double doors. I was right behind them, silent as a ghost. When I reached the hall entrance leading to the locker rooms I stopped. I saw his head start to turn. I knew he was going to look back, but by the time he did I’d be gone.


Tour Wide Giveaway (INT)
-Don't Moose with my Bag Book bag
-Text Moosage notepad
-Moose Wobbly Wire writing pen



Bookaholic, nature girl, and animal lover.

Nikki Jefford is a third generation Alaskan who found paradise in the not-so-tropical San Juan Islands (WA) where she is, once more, neighbors with Canada in a town without a single traffic light.

She married the love of her life, Sebastien, while working as a teaching assistant in France. They reside with their Westie, Cosmo in Friday Harbor.
Loves fictional bad boys and heroines who kick butt.
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  1. Alicia: Thank you for the beautiful post layout and for hosting me during the Aurora Sky blog tour! xox

    1. Awee, your so welcome! Thanks for having me, it was a blast! :D

  2. Thanks for being on the tour, Alicia! I love your post layout/design, too! :)

    1. Thanks Giselle! I always love being apart of your tours, they're always so much fun! :) And thanks for the kinds words! :D


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