Thursday, March 2, 2017

The Tattooed Angels By Valerie Willis@SDSXXTours @Valerie_Willis









Rebirth
Tattooed Angels Trilogy Book 1
By Valerie Willis
Genre: Urban Fantasy

High school life is almost over, but Hotan's life as an immortal has only
just started...
Already struggling with a mountain of hardships, Hotan is just trying to get
his diploma as his mother had always insisted. Friends know if he's
not at home or at the club playing in his band, you can always find
him thinking at the old broken down church. Basking in the moonlight,
Hotan finds himself under attack by an immortal named Geliah, the
element of Fear. Talib, the element of Judgment, interrupts the
fight, furious that Geliah would force Hotan to awaken his own
abilities and immortality. Normally when pulled out of the
reincarnation spell, an immortal would remember whom and what they
were, but he is not the Hotan from the Past. Walk beside him as he
struggles to keep his chaotic life in order as he tries to break the
secrets of his own element, Rebirth.




Judgement
Tattooed Angels Trilogy Book 2

Talib and Hotan find themselves facing off with the element of Death,
Iapetos. Failing to take him out, Talib's life starts flashing before
him. As he experiences thousands of years, things that were once
forgotten begin to emerge. Will he find the answer in his past in
time to aid Hotan?





Valerie Willis, a sixth generation Floridian, launched her first book, Cedric
the Demonic Knight, at the start of 2014 on Amazon.com. Since then,
she has continued to add to The Cedric Series, a high-rated
Paranormal Fantasy Romance Series. This series features an anti-hero
who finds himself dragged away from his revenge on his maker by both
love and the onset of a larger threat. She pulls in a melting pot of
mythology, folklore, history and more into her work with a remarkable
amount of foreshadowing that makes reading her books a second time
exciting. Rebirth is the first book in her Teen Urban Fantasy, the
Tattooed Angels Trilogy, where the main character struggles with
social issues with the complications of turning immortal. And if
fantasy isn't your cup of tea, head over to her Blog for some "Val,
Tell me a Story" posts featuring true, hilarious, and sometimes
bizarre, life events from recent to old.















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