By the Fates, Fought by Patricia Eddy – Cover Reveal plus Giveaway

By the Fate, Fought cover

Title:  By the Fates: Fought

Author:  Patricia Eddy

Genre:  Paranormal, Romance, Fantasy

Release Date:  Scheduled for March 18, 2014

Synopsis

Spring in Gralvein brings Ealasaid peace. Six months to the day Raven found her shackled and tortured in the devil’s lair, their public hand fasting is the happiest day of her life. But a storm is coming. Devils join King Eideard’s Guarda and watch Ealasaid constantly. Faolan’s spies report Lobhdain is plotting. What is this mystical artifact he searches for?

When the devils attack and one of their allies disappears, Raven and Ealasaid fear they will never be safe. Can they manage a daring rescue? Or will Ealasaid lose everything she holds dear?

By the Fates, Fought is the second novel in the By the Fates trilogy, and will release on March 18th. It contains several disturbing scenes, including brief descriptions of rape and torture and is meant for mature audiences. It ends on a cliffhanger. By the Fates, Fulfilled will be released in Fall of 2014.

By the Fates: Fought on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20802425-by-the-fates-fought

-A link to a free preview chapter of the book: http://www.pdeddy.com/my-books/fought-excerpt/

 

By the Fates, Freed coverSynopsis

An ancient prophecy. A secret clan determined to see the world returned to war. A witch marked for death.

Ealasaid has just come of age when the devil clan binds her. They steal her name, her voice, and her virtue. Her magic suppressed, she is held in the dark for ten long years, tortured and alone. She prays for a death she knows will never come.

Raven is a powerful warlock, but though he has made a name for himself as a finder and a protector, he is largely unfulfilled. When the Fates send him to the witch, he has only to touch her to discover that she is his mate, the one he is fated to love for all eternity. He must free her and protect her or his life will be over.

Once freed, Ealasaid fights against the darkness that still threatens. The fate of the world rests on her scarred shoulders, but with Raven by her side to share the burden, can she triumph?

Note: This book contains several graphic scenes of physical and sexual torture and is intended for readers over 18. The first two chapters are intended to be difficult to read and should not be read by sensitive readers.

-Links for the first book in the series, By the Fates: Freed on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Fates-Freed-Patricia-D-Eddy/dp/1490361618/

Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/by-the-fates-freed-patricia-d-eddy/1115533026

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/323795

and Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18041679-by-the-fates-freed

Patricia EddyAbout the author, in her words: “I write. I’ve always written. I have a memory of sitting at the first computer my parents ever owned writing a story. I don’t remember how old I was. I just know I was sitting at the kitchen counter on a stool. Odd what we remember sometimes, isn’t it?

I fell in love with my husband over words. Words in Instant Messenger. Words in shared writing experiences. We had this book. I still have it somewhere. Or not. I loaned it to someone. I don’t even know who. But it had daily writing prompts. We’d sit at our computers, 1500 miles away from each other, and we’d both write. Then we’d share. Well, sometimes we’d share.

I write for a living. But not for myself. The writing here… that’s just for me. Well, hopefully it’s for others as well.”

Links for Patricia Eddy’:

website: http://www.pdeddy.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pdeddy.author

Street Team, for anyone else interested in helping to promote her work: http://www.pdeddy.com/street-team/

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