Saturday, March 29, 2014

Virtual NBtM Review Tour: Shift Happens by J.C. McKenzie

Thank you for your interest in hosting this tour, but all stops have been filled.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses REVIEW ONLY Tour for Shift Happens by J.C. McKenzie, a 312 page Urban Fantasy available now on Amazon Kindle, and World-wide release - July 16, 2014 from The Wild Rose Press Publishing.

The tour will run every Wednesday for 4 weeks starting on July 16, 2014, and the book is available in PDF format.

The author will be awarding one autographed print copy (US or Canada - digital copy substituted for international winners) plus a $25 Amazon GC to one randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during this tour and the Blurb Blitz tour, here.

Andrea McNeilly's job as a government agent is not asking questions, but then a routine assignment turns into a botched assassination of a Master Vampire's human servant. Answers become a priority. Her search to discover the truth is riddled with obstacles, the largest being an oversized Werewolf who resembles a Norse god. Andy can't afford the distraction he offers, because if she fails, she faces eternal enslavement.

Wick's job is to monitor Andy, but he prefers more intimate activities, none of them G-Rated. His choices, however, are often not his own. His ability to help Andy is limited by his bond to the Master Vampire.

Facing many trials and challenges along her path to redemption, Andy learns the value of her freedom might be set too high.

July 16: Queentutt's World of Escapism
July 23: Crazy Four Books
July 30: Booklover Sue
August 6: Queen of the Night Reviews


Ronda Tutt said...

Put me down for July 16

I'd love to review this.

Queentutt's World of Escapism

Brenda Demko said...

I'd like the 23rd or any of the dates. Thanks!

Booklover Sue said...

Booklover Sue can review on July 30

Michelle Miles said...
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Maria D. said...

I would like to host this review tour on August 6th on Queen of the Night Reviews