Friday, 12 October 2012

Raven in the Grave Blog Tour @raehachton

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From Raven in the Grave, Book Three

I felt something dark overtake me.
Everything around me faded out of view, hazy on the edges, as I stood, motionless, peering at Ellie across the room. Feeling my gaze, she stopped talking to her friend, and turned, her eyes meeting mine.

In a trance, she walked slowly to me, the dance floor parting to allow room. I met her halfway, held out my hand. She took it, and I pulled her into me, spinning her around, so her back was against my chest. I moved her against my body in a sensual dance, sliding my hand underneath her dress, and up her leg. I lifted her and spun her around the room, as people watched, mesmerized.

I sat her down. Her hands hung at her sides, in total submission to me. I lifted them in mine, stretching out her arms, kissing her neck. My fingers ran down the length of her arms, wrapping around her wrists, feeling her pulse, now at a resting rhythm.

For a second, I caught Walter's gaze, that seemed to say what in the hell are you doing, Marcus? I marched around Ellie's hypnotized body, her eyes frozen in a distant gaze.

Her neck or her wrist? Her neck or her wrist? I was indecisive. But my ardent desires for her made the decision for me. I lifted her wrist to my lips, inhaling the scent of her vitality. The song of the night shrieked on a chord of pure terror as I sunk my teeth into her wrist, drinking her blood. The audience gasped. Red wine tainted my lips as I drank of her, fueling my desire. As it coursed through my veins, it stimulated me. I was unable to stop myself, even though I tried. Ellie was becoming limp in my arms, ready to pass out, hit the floor. Her pulse slowed.

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About the book
Nevermore Will Never Be The Same

Marcus is back, and he's ready to fight.

Forced to Kill, His Thirst takes Over. He wants Ellie, and he wants the Throne. He Won't stop until he can...

Rule The Darkness

Raven in the Grave (Pretty in Black, #3) Raven in the Grave (Pretty in Black, #3) by Rae Hachton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well Rae has done it again, managed to suck me into an entire new place of existence, but actually managed to make me not want to leave. I always enjoy the journey the next book in The Pretty in Black series takes me. Just when I think I kninda know where she might be taking me, something picturesque and beautiful unfolds with a sprinkle of magic, paranormal and a land I never could have imagined myself. Every book something unique comes into play. The writing is poetic and thought provoking, dreamy and brilliant. At the same time I am torn between I want to find out how it ends - and I don't ever want it to end. A series I am lucky enough to have read will now just add more fulfilment into that place where goodreads harbour in my heart.

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