Friday, December 13, 2013

Soul Oath blog tour!

Destiny Gift
 (Everlast, #1)
by Juliana Haygert 
Publication: April 9th 2013
Genre: New Adult Paranormal Romance

Thirty years in the future, a sinister New York City exists in permanent darkness.

A student at the secured NYU, nineteen-year-old Nadine has visions of Victor Gianni, an imaginary guy she has real feelings for. Afraid of being truly insane, she explains the visions away as simple daydreams, but she can no longer deny them when she bumps into Victor in real life. But this Victor doesn’t know her, and turns her away. After the encounter, Nadine’s visions change to those of eerie fates, gods she’s never heard of, demons with sharp claws they are not too timid to use … and instructions.

To discover if she’s losing her mind, Nadine follows the vague directions—with the real, rude and reluctant Victor—leading to a man who knows it all: Nadine can restore an ancient creed by unveiling the clues on her visions, and bring sunlight and peace to the world again. But that’s only if the demons and the other evil forces behind the darkness don’t stop her first.


Soul Oath
(Everlast, #2)
by Juliana Haygert
Publication date: November 25th 2013
Genres: Fantasy, New Adult, Paranormal Romance

Sequel of Destiny Gift (Everlast #1) – contains spoilers:

It’s been three months since Nadine last heard from Victor, Micah or Ceris, allowing her to concentrate on her own life. But until Victor and Micah find the scepters that will restore them as true gods, their human bodies will require her healing touch and it’s only a matter of time until they wreak havoc on her life again.

As if to prove that, Victor shows up at the hospital dragging along with him a swarm of demons. Nadine is forced to flee to safety. Despite her attempts to keep her loved ones protected, the demons find her, and they bring her to Imha, the goddess of Chaos.

Now, confronted by her greatest fear, Nadine finds a new motivation. Vengeance. And when seeking revenge, no risk is too great, including her own life.




While Juliana Haygert dreams of being Wonder Woman, Buffy, or a blood elf shadow priest, she settles for the less exciting—but equally gratifying—life of a wife, mother, and author. Thousands of miles away from her former home in Brazil, she now resides in Connecticut and spends her days writing about kick-ass heroines and the heroes who drive them crazy.

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I turned to it, the dagger high, aimed at its chest. The demon growled. Advancing, it swiped its claws toward me, but I ducked and stepped back. Until I had my back to a wall. With what sounded like a growling laughter, the demon lunged at me. I kept my dagger high, stabbing the air and hoping the demon was dumb enough to run toward it. But it just swatted its hand at mine. What looked like a simple slap forced me to stumble to the side. The dagger went flying, and I fell to my knees. The demon grabbed me by my shoulders and yanked me up. It opened its mouth, and I closed my eyes and waited. It howled and let me go.
Wide-eyed, I leaned against the wall so I wouldn’t fall again and looked at it, wondering why it hadn’t taken my head off with its big mouth. Then its body fell forward with my dagger buried in its back.
A guy stood behind him.
“Hi, darling. Did you miss me?”
Dark jeans, black T-shirt, black leather jacket, and a smug grin. As stunning and strong as I remembered him, Micah stared at me with his deep, dark eyes.
My heart almost jumped out my open mouth. My throat felt dry.
“Ah …” I didn’t know what to say.
I hadn’t heard anything in three months, and then I met with Victor, the Fates, and now Micah in a matter of two days. And let’s not talk about the demons running around New York City. Oh, and my suspicion that Omi was in the city.
Micah took a step toward me and I held my breath. “Too stunned to say hi. I know I’m good-looking, darling, but I thought you were used to that by now.”
I shut my mouth and glared at him. God, he was cocky and petulant, but I had missed his incredibly sexy accent. I would never admit that, though.
A demon jumped at him, but Micah ducked as if it was the simplest thing he had ever done. He whirled around, grabbed my dagger from the other demon’s body, and when the demon came at him again, he simply cut its throat. Blood spat from the cut, slashing all over my pants, and the demon fell back, making a terrible gurgling sound.
One of the winged demons turned to us. It looked at Micah and hesitated. It seemed unsure about attacking him. Micah, on the other hand, looked sure of what to do. He stepped forward and killed the demon, piercing the dagger into its chest.
Two other demons fought Keisha. Maintaining his regal pose, Micah struck one of them, and Keisha killed the other.
She looked at him, confused, but only until the sound of metal rattling caught our attention. I glanced around. Raisa was still where I left her, shaking with fear, and Keisha was now stepping over the bodies of a few demons, walking toward Greg, who had fallen over a garbage can, his hand over his chest.
“Oh no,” I whispered.

Tour wide giveaway
Open internationally
-2 ecopies of Destiny Gift
-Paperback of both books in the series
-25$ Nook or Kindle gift card



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