Saturday, January 8, 2011

Giveaway: Reining In by Dawn Judd

Today starts my one week Blog Tour and to kick it off, I am giving away a paperback copy of Reining In. (for those of you who already have it, sign up anyway. I'll substitute a copy of Phantom Rising, the second book in the series) Just comment below to enter! Drawing will be next Saturday.




Khalida is a five thousand year old vampire. As technology and national security become more prominent, it becomes harder and harder for her to hide her secret from the world. In order to remain undetected by humans, she creates a network of people whose only job is to hide her identity.

But these aren't just any group of people. They are the best of the best, brought to her by chance; tied to her by a bond stronger than any she's ever known before. Being discovered by the human world isn't Khalida's only concern, however. She has made enemies in the vampire world.

When she makes a mistake that exposes her to those who want to take revenge on her, she is tossed into a whirlwind of death and destruction. She has to find out who is killing the humans who have become her family, and save those who remain.

Khalida has spent her entire life trying to protect the people she loves, but ultimately, she will have to decide between the ghosts of her past and the people who have put their lives on the line for her. Her decision may haunt her for the rest of her life.

6 comments:

Michelle said...

Looks like a good book.

Paula said...

Interesting cover.

Fantasy Writer said...

I am intrigued by the cover, I know I've read the description before, but I read so much I can't remember: what is "Reining In" about again?

Dawn Judd said...

Just added the description. Sorry about that. I usually put them on all my posts, but I forgot this time.

Renee G said...

Would love to read this.
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Mister Teacher said...

I want one! I want one!

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