Monday, February 16, 2015

Now scheduling a two week tour for The Morrigan: Damaged Deities by Kennan Reid

Now scheduling a two week tour for The Morrigan: Damaged Deities by Kennan Reid

This tour will be March 16- 30 (weekdays only)

I am scheduling reviews, guest blogs, interviews and spotlight stops

pdf available for reviewers 

To participate in this tour please send:

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A couple suggested dates during the tour

Please let me know if you wish to review

The Morrigan
Damaged Deities
Book 1
Kennan Reid

Genre: Adult Paranormal Romance


Word Count: 106k

Cover Artist: Najla Qambar

Book Description:

Morrie Brandon is the best horse trainer in Oklahoma, able to tame the wildest of beasts.  She's also the Celtic goddess of War and Sex, The Morrigan, abandoning her supernatural life for a simpler, more human one.   

When Morrie is hired by a secretive Scottish family to capture a killer horse ravaging their Highlands manor, the past she has spent thousands of years running from calls her back. 

Will Morrie learn from her past mistakes and embrace the bold goddess she truly is, or is it too late?

About the Author:

Kennan Reid is an American writer from the San Francisco Bay Area where she lives with her husband in a house overrun with pets. Because she's always been a lucky little brat, her life has taken her all over the world from the hot, humid streets of Hong Kong and the crowded markets of Cairo, to the cobbles of Vienna and the ruins of Rome from where she has shamelessly stolen ideas and material for her stories.

She self-published her first young adult novel, Always Me, in September 2011.

Other Novels include Return to Arèthane and Prince of Arèthane.

For more information on Kennan who also writes as Kelly Riad visit:


Norfolk Carpet Stretching said...

I loved Kennan Reid's first foray into adult paranormal! This book is full of action, romance, mythology, and of course, Hot Scots! What more can you ask for?! Really looking forward to the follow up books in this series!

Penelope Sanchez said...

I was a huge fan of Greek mythology in middle/high school, it was my favorite thing to read and what truly got me into reading so The Morrigan was one I couldn't pass up and I'm glad I didn't. Love the characters, the story line and how well it all flows and fits together. I look forward to more from the author in the future.

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