Thursday, December 5, 2013

Crystal Fire Blog Tour + Giveaway

 Crystal Fire
Published: November 26th, 2013
Genres: YA, Fantasy, Paranormal
Because of what you are, the Believers will hunt you down.

A storm is brewing on the streets of LA, one that has intensified since a tragic and deadly confrontation claimed an innocent life.

While Gabriel Stewart trains his army of teen psychics to stop Alexander Reese--the obsessed leader of the Believers--the fanatical church becomes more bent on the annihilation of all Indigo and Crystal children. They're silencing the voices of the telepathic hive, one soul at a time, with frightening experiments cruelly executed on vulnerable minds.

When the Believers torture a mysterious homeless boy, Oliver Blue, they brainwash him into betraying his own. The boy becomes a deadly pawn to take Gabriel down. As the fires of chaos burn around him, Gabe is running out of time. He'll need to confront his past--and the man who made him--before the hope of peace for the future is silenced forever.



Book One:
(Linked to Goodreads)
Oliver Blue Meets the Cruel Dr. Fiona
Poor Oliver Blue gets snared by the sinister Dr Fiona, the lead scientist for the Believers. She has plans for Oliver that will send him on a collision course with Gabriel and the Indigos. Will he betray his own kind? Will he have a choice?

“My name is Dr. Fiona. I’m in charge here.” She stepped close enough for him to feel her breath on his cheek. She stared at him as if he were a rash. “When I am done with you, dear boy, I will know you better than your own mother.”

“That’s not saying much.” He smirked. “You look like someone who’d aim higher.”

“That attitude won’t serve you here.”

“Attitude is all I…got.”

His words slurred as the drugs flooded his body and his world dulled to a somber gray.

“That’s not true. You have no idea of your full potential. I have plans for you, Oliver Blue.”

“You know my n-name.”

His lips felt as if they weighed a ton. Every word, every thought became a challenge.

“Your arrest record made it easy. It seems you have a temper and resort to your fists, but you’d be surprised what I know.” She backed off and looked down at a chart she held in her hands. “This girl, Caila Ferrie, what’s she to you?”

“Nothing. We just met.” He didn’t flinch at his lie. He couldn’t. “She’s not a…circus act l-like me. You sh-should let her go.”

“Just like that, on your word?” When the woman smiled, that chilling look demanded all his strength not to react to it. “She’s the reason you’re here. Not the other way around.”

He struggled to make sense of what she said, but a growing numbness inched up from his toes toward his chest and arms and carried a chill.

“It would appear that Caila has a way of endearing herself to everyone she meets. We have an interesting dossier on her. Quite a gift she has. Think about it, Oliver. Doesn’t it seem odd that you’re willing to sacrifice so much for someone you just met?”

The woman cut open his T-shirt with scissors, but after she peeled back the fabric to expose his chest, she got quiet. Her eyes shifted down his body until they settled on his face and she leaned closer.

“You should’ve been more careful who you associated with. I’m sure whatever she told you, it wasn’t the truth. She’s a pathological liar. Personally I’m grateful she brought you to me. I think you’re destined to be one of my shining stars, Oliver.”

“I don’t sparkle, lady.” He jerked at his restraints. “Where’s Zack? That’s how you got Caila’s name. You have him. I know it.”

“I suppose that would be a correct statement, but how is it that you’re so certain? I’m curious.”

“Caila gave me a can Zack touched. I saw him in a Cheez Whiz vision. He grabbed a couple of In-N-Out burgers and you nabbed him.”

“Ah, impressive. You have an amazing gift to connect with others, Oliver. Psychometry, is it? I can work with that. You’re perfect, in fact.” She smiled before she upped the dose of drugs into his body. “Strip off his clothes and scrub him down. My work isn’t done. I have special plans for this one.”

Dr. Fiona was done talking to him. She gave orders to the two men in uniforms. They heaved something heavy onto his head that covered his eyes, and his world went black. He gasped for air when the gear clamped over his nose.


He fought the restraints but couldn’t move. When hands invaded his body, no one talked to him. They scrubbed his bare skin with cold soapy water that made him shiver, but he couldn’t see what they did to him. He couldn’t see anything.

The last thing he remembered hearing was the pounding of his heart until it faded to nothing.




 10 finished copies of Crystal Fire (US/CAN)



Avon/HarperCollins launched Jordan Dane's debut suspense novels in a back to back publishing event in Spring 2008 after buying the 3-book series in auction. Pursuing publication since 2003, Jordan had received awards in 33 national writing competitions and was an energy sales manager in the oil and gas industry prior to selling. Now she is following her passion and writes full time.

Ripped from the headlines, Jordan's gritty plots weave a tapestry of vivid settings, intrigue, and dark humor. She loves challenging a reader's moral barometer with the borderline ethics of her characters and their flawed personalities—dark, angst-ridden antiheroes pitted against unforgettable villains. Publishers Weekly compared her intense pacing to Lisa Jackson, Lisa Gardner, and Tami Hoag—"romantic suspense that crosses over into plain thriller country with tight plotting and exceptional male characters, both bad guys and good." 
Jordan and her husband share their residence with two cats of highborn lineage and the spirit of an intelligent canine who is impossible to forget. 



December 2:

Kelly P's Blog - - Promo Post
What the Cat Read - - Review
Frankie's Bookshelf - - Review
Happy Indulgence - – Review
Behind a Million and One Pages - – Review
Mother/Gamer/Writer - – Review
Magic Of Words - - Promo Post

December 3:

BrigitteWhoa the Book-A-Holic - - Review
Dark Novella - - Promo Post
The Cover Contessa - - Promo Post
paranormal book club - - Promo Post
sweet treat reading reviews - - Promo Post

December 4:

V's Reads - – Review
Imagine a World - - Review
Read it in Houston - - Promo Post
Mom With A Kindle - - Promo Post
Teen Readers' Diary - - Promo Post

December 5:
A Dream Within A Dream - - Review
Addicted Readers - - Promo Post
Bookwyrming Thoughts - - Promo Post
Confessions of An Opinionated Book Geek – - Promo Post

December 6:
Le' Grande Codex - - Promo Post
Books and Bindings - - Promo Post
Fiction_TheNew Reality - - Review
Crazy Book Reviewer - - Review
Falling For YA - - Promo Post

December 9:
Alwaysjoart - - Promo Post
BrigitteWhoa the Book-A-Holic - - Review
Ramblings of a Book Junkie - - Review
Fastidious Reader - - Review
Victoria Simcox's Blog - - Promo Post
3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy,& Sissy, Too! - - Promo Post

December 10:
Curse of the Bibliophile - - Review
Books I View - - Review
Pixie Dust Book Reviews - – Review
TeamNerd Reviews - - Promo Post
My Library in the Making - - Review
The Unofficial Addiction Book Fan Club - - Promo Post

December 11:

I Heart YA Books - - Review
Bookish - - Promo Post
Bibliophile Mystery - - Promo Post
Musings of a Blogder - – Review
Howling Books and Design - - Promo Post

December 12:

Bookloving Hippo – - Review
Crossroad Reviews -
Http:// - Review
Bittersweet Enchantment - - Promo Post
Raizza's Book Blogging Adventure – – Review
lovely reads - - Review
Nicky Peacock Author - - Review

December 13:

In Between The Pages – - Review
Ladybug Literature - - Review
JeanzBookReadNReview - - Promo Post
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