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Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses Tour for The Keeper's Vow by Francina Simone, a YA Epic Urban Fantasy available September 7, 2016 from ChunkyCATBooks. The tour will run every Monday for 12 weeks starting on August 15, 2016, and Francina is available for guest post and interviews. No reviews requested for this tour.
Francina will be awarding a $25 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a signed print edition of The Keeper's Vow to a randomly drawn host.
All Katie Watts wants is to pass her junior-year, at Hamilton Private, with as little effort as possible—devoting time to knitting hats, breeding gerbils, becoming a movie critic, or even just sleeping. No wonder she isn’t ready for a world with vampires, werewolves, and nightmares.
Her life is shattered to pieces when Tristan gets stabbed in her front yard. She has no idea where he came from and worse, he hears her thoughts—and when she can’t take anymore, she starts to hear his. No one is who she thought they were. Her father is keeping secrets and when she searches for the truth, she ends up homeless.
As the truth claws its way to the surface, Katie and Tristan grow closer together and they find themselves connected in more ways than she can believe. But is honesty worth more than the peace blissful, ignorance brings? Especially if it sparks a chain of events that will end the lives of millions? Can she live with the truth that begins with her dead mother and ends with The Keeper’s Vow?
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