Tuesday, September 22, 2015

The Phoenix Contract by Melissa Thomas @MThomas_author @goddessfish





PHOENIX CONTRACT
by Melissa Thomas

NOTE:  The five books in this series are FREE on Kindle.


BLURB:

Centuries after the fallen angels left heaven to live among humans, their Nephilim descendants dwell in secret, hidden from the modern world. Once, a charismatic leader known as the Phoenix led their people, but he vanished centuries ago. The few surviving Great Houses are in decline, bickering over petty rivalries while a handful of faithful warriors battle to keep the forces of evil at bay.

Eighteen-year-old Aiden McLachlan devotes her life to her studies and pursues her lifelong goal to become a full-fledged Watcher. But everything she knows of her life is a lie and everyone a liar. Through a strange twist of fate, she finds herself caught up in an ancient prophecy.

The stars predict the rebirth of the Nephilim leader, but the mystery must be unraveled or the Phoenix cannot rise. With a soul-eating demon, a coven of ancient vampires, and a hardheaded Celtic warrior competing to subvert the Phoenix, Aiden doesn't know where to turn or who she can trust.


EXCERPT


“I won’t help you,” Matthew said, “no matter what you do to me.”

“Oh, but I think you will,” Daniel disagreed. “Once I turn you, then you’ll be more than happy to help.” Lightning swift, the vampire lashed out and seized Matthew’s wrist, forcing the priest’s arm down.

Matthew cried out in pain as Daniel squeezed his wrist until his hand opened and the crucifix dropped to the ground.

Aiden shouted and swung her crucifix around to protect Matthew, but she was too slow. Daniel dragged Matthew away and thrust the priest toward his minions.

“Hold him,” Daniel said.

Immediately, the carrot-topped boy and the policewoman caught hold of the priest.

Aiden expected Daniel’s attack, but that didn’t prepare her for the vampire’s speed. Daniel rushed her, progressing so fast his contorted face filled her vision. She kept the crucifix level and aimed for the vampire’s eyes, but Daniel caught hold of her wrist with disturbing ease. Then he twisted her arm, causing a wrenching pain in her shoulder. Against her will, Aiden bent over to avoid having her arm torn from the socket. She lost her grip on her crucifix.

“Let her go!” Matthew shouted. “She’s done nothing.”

Daniel immobilized Aiden, ignoring her struggles. He forced her head to the side and exposed her throat. “Oh, I don’t think so. I want you to suffer, Matt,” he said. “As a self-styled Lord of the Night, I’m rather pleased with the revenge I’ve concocted. So I’m going to eat your pretty daughter and make you watch.”


AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Melissa Thomas breathes life into her dreams, bringing imaginary characters and fantasy worlds into our reality. She loves her characters so much they become her alter-egos, enacting the exciting adventures she envisions for them. She is a resident of San Francisco, California and adores the picturesque city by the bay. Her hobbies include surfing and scuba diving.

Phoenix Contract is her debut novel.

You can learn more about Melissa at http://thephoenixascending.blogspot.com/

Email:  MelissaThomas214@gmail.com


BUY Links – the books will be free on Amazon the day of the blast

Phoenix Contract Part One:  http://goo.gl/6XkZ5P

Phoenix Contract Part Two:  http://goo.gl/Xc0nQg

Phoenix Contract Part Three:  http://goo.gl/0aJaOC

Phoenix Contract Part Four:  http://goo.gl/S3CTf7

Phoenix Contract Part Five:  http://goo.gl/cJSxsk




Buy the boxed set:  $2.99 on Amazon  Kindle:  http://goo.gl/nEBP8o



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5 comments:

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

Melissa Thomas said...

Thank you so much for having me as your guest today. :-)

Betty Woodrum said...
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Betty Woodrum said...

Sounds like a great read, thank you! And thank you for the books~can't wait to read them!

Misty said...

By your caricature, you look awfully young. All the books look great, so I just need to get the boxed set. Good job.