Thursday, May 10, 2012

Free!!! Day of First Sun by Sheryl Steines

FREE Two Days Only: Murder, mystery, magic and mayhem...yes, this book has it all.

Sheryl Steines has created a book that will be reminiscent of books you've loved over the years. To sum it up quickly--think Harry Potter all grown up! By Hope Welsh "Romance Junkie"

Annie Pearce and Cham Chamsky are tracking the vampire Sturtagaard when they are enlisted by the FBI to solve the murder of Princess Amelie. This isn’t an ordinary murder for the Wizard Guards, this is a magical murder of a non-magical princess. They must determine who killed the princess and in the process they learn there was more to her murder than originally thought. As they dig deeper into the mystery they must do so in front of the world while still protecting the secret of who they are and their lives in magic.

Read the first chapter here

The Reviews Are In

Perfect blend of fantasy and romance! By BooksAreMagic

From the very beginning of this book it is evident that Annie Pearce is a fierce, kick-ass character who doesn't seem to have a fear for anything. As a Wizard Guard, Annie is used to hunting vampires, demons and every other type of supernatural evil. By Roxy Kade

Sure, First Sun has wizards and vampires, spells and jinxes, crystals and charms, but Ms. Steines has an incredible talent for seamlessly crossing between the magical and non-magical worlds. She managed to magically transform me into her vision of a universe where magicals and non-magicals alike co-exist and work together. By Kevin A. Carey Infante

Every paranormal and urban fantasy book has its own legends on how things came to be, and this book is no exception. I just love the cool mythology in this one! It has its own important dates, powerful beings and sacred places which were essential in this book. By Jenelle R.

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