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Revealing Part Thirteen of
Taming The Fae
An Exsilium Short Story

Part Thirteen

There was just no use in arguing with her. So I did get a shower and did get my act together. The little vixen had a really powerful punch. My jaw struggled to heal from the two hits she gave me. But I will admit that she is sly and fast. I decided that I will not confront her again tonight; I’ll go and see if I can get something to read. I reached the stairs and stopped dead on the third one. Below, Nanini and Kas were standing at the door leading to the lounge. Kas looked up and our eyes locked. I looked at Nanini, and all I could see was fury. She was a handful, and I mean that in a really bad and exhausting way.
“Vulcan said I couldn't kill him,” Nanini mumbled to Kasadya.
I could see the shock those words brought to Kasadya. She leaned in and whispered something to Nanini, who rolled her eyes and then walked into the lounge.
Feeling suddenly old, I slowly made my decent down the stairs and met Kas at the bottom.
“How are you?” I asked. She looked as tired as I felt.
“I'm ok, considering the circumstances. But, alive is good,” she replied. 
I nodded, not finding more words to say. It’s over between us, but it still hurts a little. But more amusing, it wasn’t the problem that was really eating away at me. It’s the fact that I barely made any progress with Nanini. She simply hated me.
“It’s hard. She doesn't want anything to do with me,” I murmured, rubbing my hand over my face.
“It’s going to be alright. She just needs time to get used to it,” Kasadya said and placed her hand on my arm, trying to give me some comfort.  I didn’t reply, but tried to give her a reassuring smile. I looked into the lounge trying to find Nanini, and instead saw a young girl with black hair breathing hard as if she was about to collapse.
“Who's the kid?” I asked, making my way to stand in the doorway, stopping only to observe them.
“A lost hellhound we found. She was left behind during the attacks. A real pain in the ass,” Kasadya replied, walking over to lean against the door frame.
A lost hellhound?  “That’s not good,” I replied, moving closer to look at the young female.
“How is it possible that you have survived this long out there?” was the first question that jumped out.
She looked at me, but had difficulty replying. Breathing hard, she looked at Chax again.
“It’s going to be alright, Raven,” Chax said, worry etched into his face. The girl looked at me again, her eyes pleading for whatever she was experiencing to end. Whatever she saw behind me had her narrowing her eyes and taking a huge leap to recovery.
“You!” Raven exclaimed as she pointed at Kasadya standing behind me.
“You suck!” she continued her rant.
“Nothing new there,” Kas replied with a smile.
She flew up and I grabbed her, holding her back.
“I'm going to kick your ass!” Raven all but screamed at Kasadya. 
That is all we need, another female who is going to make us grey before our time. “Great, another feisty one,” I joked with Chax as I pushed the young female down.
“I like her,” Nanini commented, smiling at Kasadya. 
I have a feeling this is just the beginning of a lot of trouble for us. Lord, give me strength.
“Calm down, Raven,” Chax soothed her as he shot a disapproving look at Kasadya.
Raven breathed deep, but I could see the fury inside her eyes. Clearly Kasadya and the young hellhound didn’t get off on the right foot. Chax suddenly jumped up, and my eyes flashed to Kasadya, who was standing just a feet or two away from us. And she was livid.
“Calm down. Go and see where the others are,” Chax instructed Kasadya.
She glared at him, and stormed out of the room. This is not good.
“So, Raven,” Nanini came and pushed Chax away to sit down next to her, “Where ya from?” she continued.
The young hellhound looked at Nanini, and I could see in her features that Nanini’s presence was really appreciated. I smiled at my little vixen. I froze. Did I just referred to her as my little vixen? Well now, it would seem this mating business moves fast, really fast.
“Well, I grew up in Kansas, but my Dad was transferred to Rome for business.” She looked at all of us. “I didn’t even know that he was moved there to kill demons. He said that a fallen pair had a newborn and he had to fill in for them.” The sadness that washed over her face had me worried.
“Raven, what was your father’s name?” Chax asked.
“Jeremy Black, and my mom was Emily Black,” she replied, but the sadness in her voice grew worse.
“I knew your father; he was a great warrior, and your mom was an amazing harpy. I am sorry for your loss,” Chax continued.
Raven nodded and looked at the floor, her eyes blinking rapidly. I looked at Nanini, seeking assistance. “Now, enough of all the sad talk. How many demons have you killed so far?” Nanini asked, her smile as beautiful as always.
“Well, I sort of lost count around twelve. It just became too much trouble to keep counting and killing at the same time.” Raven was suddenly more confident.
Nanini whistled. “Wow, that’s not bad. Not bad at all. Now that you are here, you are going to learn some epic stuff and really take out the demons.”
Raven beamed at her. Good girl, Nanini. I couldn’t help but smile at her. She had this amazing way of always lifting the spirit in a room. Sometimes though, not in a very funny way.
“Kas and Chax found a lost hellhound girl,” Lada said outside in the hallway.
The female hellhound came storming into the lounge followed by Caim. She sat down on the other side of Raven and offered her hand. “My name is Zurita, and this is my mate, Caim,” she introduced Caim. How easily she announced her new mate in such a short time. It would seem that Caim didn’t have as much trouble as I did. My eyes met Nanini’s, and she captured me completely in that instant. There was no aggression, no doubt; she was just looking at me for a change. Could there be some hope?
Kasadya and Vulcan entered, and I could see that Kasadya already took a bite out of him. Her eyes spoke of death. Vulcan walked over to Raven and held his hand to her.
“Salve, young one. I am Vulcan,” he greeted her.
Raven proceeded to give them the short version of what had happened to her, and when she finished, the room was in utter silence. To survive a mass attack and even afterwards was just amazing. I could see this little young female was going to surprise everyone.
“Well, I thank Chax and Kasadya for finding you and bringing you home. Now, you are safe and ready to start your Apprendo training,” Vulcan said, patting her on the arm.
Vulcan’s words had Raven smiling at everyone in the room. Nanini jabbed her on the shoulder and broke out giggling. Females, I would never be able to understand them. My eyes traveled around the room and I watched as Chax whispered to Kasadya, her face etched with concern, but also something else.
Suddenly the whole house shook with a force that felt and sounded like an explosion. I jumped up and try to stable myself. My eyes darted around, seeking out the danger. Could they have breached Exsilium? Fear spread over my heart and I found myself next to Nanini. I would protect her at all costs, even with my own life. Chax frowned and looked around the room, his facing changing instantly.
“Abby!” he yelled, storming out of the room. Kasadya and the rest of us followed closely behind, wondering what might have caused the explosion. I watched as Chax marched to a door in the hallway and pulled it open. Smoke billowed out into the hall.
What on earth?
Ben and Abby suddenly came crashing out of the door, running right into Chax, slamming him against the wall. As Abby knocked Chax to the floor, Kasadya grabbed Ben and steadied him. He was covered in black ash. Abby appeared to be covered in the stuff herself.
“Abby, what in heaven’s name have you done now!?” Chax bellowed.
She cringed and rolled off him.
“Um.... we tried something, and it kind of didn’t work,” she explained, grabbing the hand Lotan held out to pull her up.
“What did you try?” Chax asked, climbing to his feet.
Abby tried to dust off her clothes and looked at everyone now standing around staring at her.
“We tried to build a small bomb,” she admitted, dejected.
Kasadya burst out laughing, while Chax’s expression revealed he was about to explode. He glared at her and then back at Abby.
“What?” Chax demanded, clearly upset with her.
“Before you cuss her out, I can explain,” Ben said, moving between Abby and Chax.
“We used some of the Fallen elements and infused them with napalm. As you can see, it works. We just didn't think to test it outside,” he admitted, looking at me for support.
Kasadya looked over at me, and I was unable to hide the smile. Ben had always had this thing about science and how to use it to destroy things. I might have had a huge hand in that as well.
“Why would you want to create a bomb?” Chax asked, walking over to the door and looking down. His face fell even more before he scowled.
“To make sure we can take down as many as possible when the time comes,” Ben answered. 
Chax stood there, his face showing that the picture below was not pretty. He muttered something and turned around to look at us.
“Go get cleaned up,” he ordered, dismissing the two of them.
“That was awesome,” Raven said, trying to see what the damage was downstairs.
We all laughed at her outburst, Nanini’s laughter lifting the moment even more. I looked at her dazzling face, begging to be wrapped in my hand. I grabbed the back of my jeans and placed my hand between it and my back. I have to control that urge. Nanini would most certainly leave me with one hand missing.
“Vulcan,” Chax said, his gaze shifting to address him. “We must find her a Custos.”
“I will take her,” Caim said, placing a hand on Raven’s shoulder.
I watched as the female hellhound joined Caim. Her pride of him could be seen by all.
“Done,” Vulcan said as he flashed Chax a smile. Chax, as always, remained neutral.
“Fine then, I think we all should get some rest. Tomorrow the hunt continues,” Chax said as he placed his hand on Kasadya’s arm. I dug my hand deeper into my jeans. The urge to do the same with Nanini was almost undeniable. Nanini, however, made sure that the moment was short-lived. She grabbed Raven’s hand and stormed past me, her shoulder punching me in the stomach. I stepped away and watched her stroll off with Raven, her smile radiant and full of life.

Defeated once more, I decided that sleep would remedy the day’s failures. With slow but determined steps, I walked upstairs and into my room. I didn’t even bother to get undressed but simply laid down and closed my eyes. Yes, tomorrow would be another day to try again. I prayed for a small miracle.

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imageBook Info -
Title: Kasadya Hellhound Awakened
Series: Kasadya #1
Author: Karen Swart
Genre: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal
Audience: YA/NA - 14 years and up
Formats: Paperback and E-book
Publisher: Karen Swart
Cover by: Melody Simmons
Edited by: MAI-Editing-Services , There for you Editing Services & Blue Butterfly Editing
ISBN: 978-1311699121
Date Published: 21 August 2012
Pages: 342 pages
In a constant battle between good and evil, evil is dominating the battlefield and leading mankind to its destruction. With our Creator's intervention, a creature destined to conquer and destroy is created. He gives mankind hellhounds to fight back and reclaim freedom.
Join seventeen year old Kasadya Levourne as she fights against evil to protect us. With each step, she faces destruction, and yet she has the talent to give it back tenfold. Stubborn and hard-headed she makes her mark in the Fallen world and starts a battle none can escape. Not even her trainer, the very attractive Chax de Luca, was prepared for her presence.
Will evil prevail? Or will Kas and her Fallen friends succeed in protecting us against it? Hold on to your seats, this is going to be one hell of a ride.
Special Note:
The Kasadya Series is read back to back, book 1- 3 ends with a cliffhanger.
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There was a time when heaven was filled with peace and serenity. God, Jesus Christ, and all the Angels lived in harmony; no evil and no sin existed. Until one fateful day...
With all gathered to hear their Sire speak, God rose and addressed his Angels. Before all, he proclaimed His Son, Jesus Christ, was equal to Him. That Christ’s words should be obeyed as if they were His own. Christ would command the heavens, with the same authority as Him. All the Angels bowed down before Christ and accepted their Sire’s proclamation, all except for one…
An Archangel was furious with this proclamation. He was his Sire’s right hand, the deliverer of justice, the commander of many legions. He had served his Sire for centuries, and never failed him. It should be to him that God bestow power, not a Son whom had never even seen battle.
With his heart filled with hatred and jealousy, he gathered all the angels in secret. He told them that their days of sweet liberty were at an end. That God has now placed Christ as their ruler and that they should now obey his wishes. Many angels were angered at such a false statement, but many also agreed with the Archangel. He had led them for many years; why should they now question his leadership?
The faithful Angels fled to God and told Him what was happening, and together they prepared for war. With the sun rising on a new day, God and his Angels stood ready for battle against the Archangel and his followers. The battle only lasted a day, the Archangel and his followers defeated before the sun set for the night.
Seeing the angels on their knees before Him, He gave them one final chance… “Repent and declare your loyalty, and I will forgive you, my children.” He told his beautiful angels, tears falling with each word. This was His family. This was His love. How could they betray Him? Some of the Angels cried their penance, begging Him to forgive them for their deceit. They claimed that the Archangel deceived them, and they followed him into battle, as they have done for centuries.
God took pity on them, but still believed that their deceit must not go unpunished. He had spoken many times about the importance of punishment, that lessons learned must be earned... “I herewith grant you mercy, but as punishment you will be sentenced to an earthly realm. I will take your beauty as payment for my children lost today. In the place of your beauty, I will give you purpose. In mercy, and because I love you still, I give you life in this realm. Let this be known, that I was merciful this day,” God finished.
He placed them in an earthly realm, and called it Exsilium. In this realm they would carry their deceit, and earn their place with him. He took their beauty and replaced them with elements of his earth. Half would be of animal and element, and would resemble punishment. The other, in a humanoid form, and would resemble mercy. He called them his Fallen.
The Archangel, and those whom did not repent, were not that lucky. God looked into the eyes of His once faithful angels and only saw destruction, hatred, jealousy, and heartache. He knew that His beloved ones had died this day, and that others needed to be protected. But how could you destroy one you loved? He placed the Archangel, and his followers, in another earthly realm, but where Exsilium was above the earth, this one was in the center. With one wave of His hand, their beautiful forms were replaced with forms as ugly as their hatred and deceit. Using His word and blood, He sealed this realm from any other.
As He looked into the many eyes of hatred, He spoke his final word... “This realm will be called Hell, and you will be called demons. You, my once faithful Archangel, you will be called the Devil. Your angel name will be erased from the past, present, and future. You will be forgotten,” He proclaimed and left them to their demise.
Many years have passed since that day. God created mankind and cherished his new children. The male and female were his new hope; in them he would find peace again. But the Devil had grown strong through the years, and somehow managed to enter God’s garden. Here, he found the female God created, using her to strike back. He whispered words of deceit in her ears, and watched as God’s new children stepped into sin. With her first bite, a crack appeared in the seal around Hell, and demons escaped to earth.
From that day onward, the Devil and his demons created chaos amongst God’s new children, leading one after the other into sin. God looked upon this and decided to fight for his loved ones. He went to Exsilium and spoke to the Fallen... “You, my children, have proven your loyalty in the years that have passed, and so I came to offer you another chance at Heaven. If you slay the Devil and his demons to protect mankind, I will give you a place in my Heaven once again. With your last breath on this earth, you will join me and your brethren in Heaven,” He finished. The Fallen agreed and God gave them the power to move in and out of Exsilium to battle the demons. The war between Good and Evil began.
But as mankind spread over the earth, sin became their followers. And with each sin, the demons grew stronger and created more demons to torture mankind. The Fallen were now fighting against millions; they needed assistance to ensure victory. God had watched the battle from Heaven and saw that they were failing because of their numbers. He also saw that the demons grew stronger than the Fallen. He intervened and created a new creature. This creature would have features encompassing the best of both worlds. One half was as strong and loyal as the Fallen, while the other was as hard and enduring as a demon. This was His ultimate weapon. This would be His greatest creation. To ensure that these creatures could not be swayed, He placed Heaven’s soul into them. He called them His hellhounds.
The hellhounds delivered justice swiftly, as strong and just as the Fallen. Yet hard and durable like the demons, they conquered the earthly realm and the demons retreated. Not one hellhound could be swayed. All stayed true to their calling. God, knowing that the Devil and many more demons had retreated, gave His hellhounds life, and offered them a place among the Fallen.
Until this day they still watch over mankind, protecting them from evil. Will we be worth it?
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Title: Kasadya Hellhound Twisted
Series: Kasadya #2
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Audience: YA/NA - 14 years and up
Formats: E-book
Publisher: Karen Swart
Edited by: There for you Editing Services & Blue Butterfly Editing
Cover by: Melody Simmons
ISBN: 978-1301357192
Pages: 251 Pages
Date Published: 15 February 2013
Kasadya: Hellhound Twisted (Book #2 of the Kasadya Series)
She fought against all odds and became the warrior she was meant to be … or so she thought. In a world where the rules have changed, can she embrace her destiny and become the hellhound she was meant to be?
Kasadya is back in Exsilium and finds her world a little different. Her half-breed fallen friends join her, and they are ordered to complete their apprentice training in order to obtain the right to be guardians. She must learn that her own fate cannot be denied and that others are set to follow. But most of all, she must learn that to trust is the greatest battle of all.
The tables are turned and Kasadya is put to the test. Will she be able to prevent her own death, or that of a friend? Or will her actions call forth the destruction of Earth and Exsilium?
For a Phoenix to rise, it must first die. —Chax De Luca
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imageBook Info -
Title: Kasadya Hellhound Born
Series: Kasadya #3
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Audience: YA/NA - 14 years and up
Formats: E-book
Publisher: Karen Swart
Cover by: Melody Simmons
Edited by: MAI-Editing-Services & Blue Butterfly Editing
ISBN: 9781301863594
Pages: 235 pages
Date Published: 15 August 2013
Kasadya: Hellhound Born (Book #3 of the Kasadya Series)
In a world filled with evil, the Fallen prepare for the ultimate battle against the demon world!
Kasadya is ordered to unleash her crazed born transformation to complete her divinity. But there is a chance that her born will be uncontrollable, and she will be destroyed. There is just one person that can save her; her charm, her destined mate. Left without a choice, she must surrender, and place her life in his hands.
In a race against time, the Fallen must stand together and fight the evil threatening to invade earth. If her divinity was in reach, victory would be theirs. That is until she starts having visions of the final battle, and her true destiny is revealed. She just found her love and place in the Fallen world; will she be able, and willing, to sacrifice it all?
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“Kasadya, don't do this to me,” Chax spoke, using Corra.
I stopped completely and looked at him. Reaching for my necklace, I held it.
“I am so sorry, Chax. This is the only way; we can’t win any other way. I know; I have seen the end too many times,” I replied.
His face fell even more and he looked around, searching for a way out.
“I want to thank you... for being there for me. For searching for me when I went missing. For enduring all of my crap. I am sorry I messed up so many times. But not this time; this I promise. But most of all, thank you for loving me.” Even my mental voice broke down on the last part.
Chax started to scream and pound at the invisible wall, while others joined him. I looked at Nanini, shocked that she couldn’t get out.
“Take care of Max for me,” I sent to her.
Tears formed and ran down her cheeks, but she nodded.
“Kas, let us help you!” Lotan yelled. My friends, my family were still trying to save me. Tears ran down my own face now.
“I love all of you. Thank you for always being there for me.” Finally my mental voice began to a sob.
I turned away, afraid that the sight of them would stop me.
“Kasadya! Don’t do this to me. I beg you!” Chax yelled at me.
Demons were closing in around me, but my heart was so broken I just let the tears and heartache spill out of me.
“I am so sorry, Chax. Forgive me.” With that, I stormed forward.
I used my g-force punches to clear the masses out of my way. When that stopped working, I started shifting. Demons grabbed at me and some got in a slice or two. But I wasn't stopping.
I saw Ballen trying to flee from me. He thought I was heading for him. Good. I needed him on the other side when I blew it up. Using my wings for momentum, I sent a massive g-force punch into the horde that remained between me and my target. They flew backwards, clearing the way for me to advance. I swiped at a few too close and took their heads. Blood sprayed all over me. Searching for the hole to make sure I was heading in the right direction, I saw the shoulders and arms of something freaking big, already beginning to breach.
I need to move faster!
I lifted up with my wings. They were tired, but I had no other option. Now I had the flying demons to contend with. We fought and sliced and I sent a few down to earth without a head. At last, I was advancing on the hole. Pain shot through my left wing and I tumbled to the ground, hitting hard. At the last moment I made sure that the front of my body hit the ground and not the back. Demons jumped me all at once. Ballen was yelling at them to stop me. I used everything I had left and flung out with my wings and arms. They went flying and just in front of me was the hole with the devil stuck in it. Ballen was standing at the entrance watching me, his face a mask of shock.
With a deep breath, I reached for the pouch and took hold of the balls. Now armed and ready, I just had a few feet to go. I stormed through the demons, not caring if they sliced me open. I wasn't stopping for a fight anymore. I held the balls to my chest, sealing them from any other impact. Then, finally, I was at the entrance of the hole. With the last of my strength, I leaped into the air and went flying straight for it.
There were many things that go through your mind that moment before you die. I remembered my first step into Exsilium. Meeting Lada and Nanini. Meeting Chax and hating my first day. I remembered our fun at the beach, the Hellhouse and the grub spot. Seeing Lada and Lotan kissing for the first time. Meeting Max and Ryan, and then all of the rest. My heart no longer troubled by Kali or Seth or all the others who had betrayed me. I remembered finding Chax and the Fallen again. Seeing my parents again. So many memories bombarded me at that last moment. I remembered my day and night with Chax, and how it felt to be loved.
“I love you,” I sent a final message to him.
He was still screaming my name, begging for me to stop.
I remembered why I was doing this. For them I gave my heart, my life. Ballen's shocked face was in front of me, right in my path. Just when I reached him, I dropped the balls and slammed into him.
imageBook Info -
Title: Kasadya Hellhound Defined
Series: Kasadya, #4
Author: Karen Swart
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Audience: YA/NA - 14 years and up
Formats: E-book
Publisher: Karen Swart
Cover by: Melody Simmons
Edited by: Blue Butterfly Editing
ASIN: B00J698M1A
ISBN: 978-1311495075
Pages: 135 pages
Date Published: 21 March. 2014
Kasadya: Hellhound Defined (Book #4 of the Kasadya Series)
For centuries his only reason for existence was to destroy evil. But when he finally found his mate, that all changed for the deadly Chax De Luca. When the hellhound Kasadya captured his heart, he surrended it to her, thinking he’d finally found what he’d been looking for. Little did he know that his mate would sacrifice herself to save them all.
His fury is legend. His wrath, merciless. His love for his mate, undeniable. He’s going to hell to retrieve his heart, and if that means that he must destroy hell itself, then so be it.
Kasadya awakes to a world in peril, her mate forever changed, and a war filled with evil creatures intending to enter Earth’s realm and destroy all that she holds dear. Can she complete her divinity in time to save her loved ones and mankind? Will she have to choose? Or will all be lost in the final battle?
The final battle is here, and with it, secrets are revealed and worlds are changed forever.
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Stronger (What doesn’t kill you) - Kelly Clarkson
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The One That Got Away - Katy Perry
Torn - Natalie Imbrugia
I Won't Give Up - Jason Mraz
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about the author
I am a complete book addict, and really proud of it. My entire world is made of books. From reading to writing to blogging to helping other authors. A day without my world of books would be impossible. I am a mother of three, two boys and a little princess. Happily married for 8 years with my high school sweetheart. I live in South Africa, just on the rims of the Kalahari Desert in a small town with one shop and friendly faces.
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Tour Schedule - Month Blog Tour for The Kasadya Hellhound Series by Karen Swart from Sep 1 to 30, 2014
Sep 1
Fictional Rendezvous Book Blog - Promo
TTC Books And More - Promo & Reveal Part 1 of Taming The Fae 
3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too! - Promo
Sep 2
Blue Books and Butterflies - Promo, Top Ten & Reveal Part 2 of Taming The Fae 
Sep 3
A Crazy Vermonter's Book Reviews - Review - Book 4
The Idle Musings of a Writer's Mind- Promo & Reveal Part 3 of Taming The Fae
Sep 4
The Avid Reader - Promo & Reveal Part 4 of Taming The Fae
Sep 5
Agapa Reads - Review, Book Soundtrack & Reveal Part 5 of Taming The Fae 
Sep 8
A One-click Addict's Book Blog - Promo & Review
Coffee Books & Art - Promo, Dream Cast & Reveal Part 6 of Taming The Fae 
A Little Bit of R&R - Promo
Sep 9
Book Hostage - Promo
A Cauldron of Books - Promo & Reveal Part 7 of Taming The Fae
Sep 10
Cajun Book Lover - Promo
Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mom - Promo and Reveal Part 8 of Taming The Fae
Sep 11
Smile Somebody Loves You - Promo
2 Girls & A Book - Promo, Review, Dream Cast & Reveal Part 9 of Taming The Fae 
Sep 12
Undercover Book Reviews - Promo
Sep 15
iHeart Books by MiLo18 - Promo
Sep 16
Diane's Book Blog - Promo & Reveal Part 10 of Taming The Fae 
Sep 17
Breny's Book Obsession - Promo & Reveal Part 11 of Taming The Fae
Sep 18
Bookworm for Kids - Review - Book 1
Sep 19
Eclipse Reviews - Promo, Dreamcast, Book Soundtrack & Reveal Part 12 of Taming The Fae
Sep 22
Portals to New Worlds - Promo, Dreamcast, Book Soundtrack & Reveal Part 13 of Taming The Fae
Sep 23
Book Nook Nuts - Promo & Reveal Part 14 of Taming The Fae
Sep 23
Indy Book Fairy - Promo & Reveal Part 15 of Taming The Fae
Sep 25
Lindsay and Jane's Views and Reviews - Review
Sep 26
Hooked On Books Forever - Promo & Review
Sep 29
Deal Sharing Aunt - Promo
Sep 30
Dalene's Book Reviews - Promo, Review, Book Soundtrack & Reveal Part 16 of Taming The Fae 
Book Butterfly in Dreamland - Review

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