Monday, September 24, 2018

Book Blitz and Giveaway: Blessed Fury (Angels of Fate Book 1) by C.S. Wilde

Blessed Fury
by C.S. Wilde 
Publication date: September 21st 2018
Genres: Adult, Urban Fantasy

Once you face the devils, there’s no going back.

Guardian angel Ava Lightway has spent a century watching over her charges, whispering the words of the gods in their ears. But her peaceful existence ends when she’s assigned to Liam Striker, a supernatural detective with no memory of his past.

Liam might be Ava’s biggest challenge yet. Stubborn and dangerously captivating, he’ll stop at nothing to find the demon who murdered his father. Even if it costs him his life.

Keeping death away from her new partner is an impossible task. And even if their investigation doesn’t destroy Ava, succumbing to Liam’s smoldering touch just may.

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When Liam was seven, he found his mother dead on the living room floor, her mouth hanging open and dripping vomit, her body twisted in a way that made her resemble a broken twig.

He called—cried, bellowed—for help, and then came the neighbors, followed by the police and the state people. Soon enough, Liam found himself part of an adoptive family in which the woman was always angry, and the man looked at him in a funny and far from fatherly way.

He stayed there for a week. Then he ran and ran, and even when the air burned his lungs, and his body begged to stop, he kept running.

One day, a stranger with sandy blond hair and kind gray eyes picked him up from the streets, saying Liam was actually an angel reborn as a human. The stranger claimed he’d been looking for Liam for a long time.

Liam had laughed—and nervously looked around for either an escape route or someone to help. But the man offered food and shelter, and it was raining, and Liam was so hungry he was sure his stomach chewed on itself.

The man was good on his word, though. He gave Liam a roof and food as promised, and he didn’t look at him funny. The latter was the only reason why Liam had the deepest sleep of his life during his first night at Archie’s.

When Liam told him about his adoptive family, Archie said nothing. His eyes merely grew a shade darker, and then he left.

A day later, Liam saw the man who looked at him funny dead on the TV. Apparently, he’d been funny to a whole lot of foster kids.

When Archie came home later that night with take-out Liam knew. He just knew. As he stared at his own plate, he muttered, “Aren’t angels supposed to be good?”

“No, kid,” Archie spoke through a mouthful of food. “We’re supposed to slay monsters.”

Author Bio:
C.S. Wilde wrote her first Fantasy novel when she was eight. That book was absolutely terrible, but her mother told her it was awesome, so she kept writing.

Now a grown-up (though many will beg to differ), C. S. Wilde writes about fantastic worlds, love stories larger than life and epic battles.

She also, quite obviously, sucks at writing an author bio. She finds it awkward that she must write this in the third person, and hopes you won't notice.

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