Monday, December 10, 2012

Frost Fire Promo Blitz + Giveaway!

Frost Fire by Olivia Rivers Promo Blitz & Giveaway! 
Hosted by Xpresso Book Tours
I have an excerpt and eBook giveaway.
I am in love with this cover. So sexy!

“Magic is just like love, Allai. It won’t wait for permission before it destroys you.”

Like sand in an hourglass, Allai’s future is dwindling away. She’s spent her entire life fighting the Mages who threaten humanity, and dreams of someday eradicating magic. But all it takes is an anonymous phone call for the truth to spill out: Allai is the one thing she despises most.

She’s a Mage.

Though ancient law mandates Allai’s death, she still has one last chance of survival. His name is Drake Rhaize, and he swears he can lead Allai to a sanctuary for Mages. Allai hasn’t seen Drake in years, but she remembers him as the Demon boy who used to hold her close and softly whisper that he’d keep her safe. But Drake has changed since then: He’s now suspected of murder, and has been out-casted for betraying his own kind.

While Allai doesn’t trust Drake, she has no choice but to put her life in his hands and hope he can get her to safety. Because Allai’s father has hired a pack of Demons to bring her back to him, dead or alive–and Demons never stop the hunt.

"Frost Fire" is a YA Paranormal Romance intended for ages 14+.

Frost Fire is a “Good Reads and Good Deeds” book. All net proceeds for Frost Fire go toward the Dysautonomia Youth Network of America, a charity that supports youth with medical conditions affecting the nervous system.


Seeing him was like reliving a perfect daydream and her worst nightmare at the same time. She didn’t know how to react. She didn’t know how to even think.
She knew Drake was the guy who’d tried to take her life. But somehow she couldn’t feel the right kind of fear toward him. She didn’t have that gut-wrenching, instinctual terror she’d felt toward Silas. Her fear for Drake was way more confusing, but she was slowly starting to decipher it:
She was afraid of learning the truth. Of finding out whether all those memories of him—of his comforting golden eyes and soft words—were real or not.
The thought threw off her footsteps, and she nearly missed the next step of the staircase. She slammed her foot down to regain balance. Her bad foot, of course. Because wasn’t that just her luck?
Pain ricocheted through her ankle, almost tearing a scream from her. But she held it back, biting her lip and only letting out a tiny whimper. Luke was going to have to look at her ankle and make sure it was only sprained, and not broken.
As if on cue, he appeared at the top of the stairs, his arms crossed and his expression turned down in a scowl. Allai read his expression and swallowed hard to keep her pounding heart in place. How could he have found out about Drake so quickly?
Allai gripped the banister, her nails digging into the smooth varnish. She had to tell him. She had to just blurt everything out and pretend she’d had no intention of keeping Drake’s predicament a secret.
Allai,” Luke said quietly.
She hobbled up a few more steps and didn’t reply. She just focused on the plush carpet covering the steps, trying to dig her good foot into it to keep from slipping. All she had to do was open her mouth and say some simple words: Drake Rhaize is out by the border. Go catch him. It should have been easy.
But it wasn’t.

Olivia Rivers is a high school student, a literary agent intern, and an obsessive-compulsive reader. She has a slight obsession with Kootenai County in Idaho, and she’s pretty sure life will always be awesome as long as Irish accents exist. She lives with dysautonomia, a chronic medical condition affecting her nervous system. Portions of proceeds from her “Tortured Elements” series go toward supporting youth with dysautonomia.



  1. It's good. It made me want to read the book. I am very curious now about what happens to her and Drake. I wonder how Luke is going to respond to her news as well. mmmm.

  2. For some reason I just love this cover! Even if I hadn't read the excerpt I would pick this one up for the cover alone. :)

    This is on my to read shelf! :)

  3. Oh I like this cover its very cool and quite eye catching. The book sounds good as well which is always a bonus!!

  4. I liked the excerpt. I love the cover even more. I would read, just buy seeing the cover alone. This sounds like a good story. Thanks for the giveaway.

  5. Thank you for sharing this and for the giveaway! I love that cover. I can't wait to read Frost Fire! From the excerpt it sounds so good =D

  6. I think that maybe my favorite YA cover. It's really quite striking :) Thanks for featuring it!


  7. The cover is eye catchy, thanks for sharing the excerpt. Seems like it'll be an enjoyable great read :)

  8. sounds fantastic! Thanks for sharing!

  9. The book sounds intriguing. I love when a character is forced to question everything they've known and look at thing differently. I'm looking forward to reading it.

  10. Sounds good! The cover is pretty too. Thanks for sharing, Jennifer.

  11. The story sounds so interesting, and the cover is simply to die for. If there weren't giveaways running for that, I would've already bought it!

  12. It's good. I didn't know of this book before so the review and expert were what got me interested... The cover is simply gorgeous!

  13. Would love to read this. Sounds really good plus I love the cover!!! Thanks for the giveaway :)

  14. This seems like a great book and I love the cover

  15. I already have FROST FIRE on my reading list. It looks amazing.

  16. OMG, it sounds amazing! Can't wait to read this!

    Jolene A

  17. It looks great! Love the cover and am intrigued by the demon centered story! thanks for the chance to win!


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