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Friday, April 20, 2018

Release Day for The Rebels!!

It's here, it's finally here!! Release day for The Rebels, Book Two in The Chosen Series. Follow the link below to purchase it, or you can read for free with Kindle Unlimited.

Enjoy!!

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Becoming the rebel leader wasn’t what Nova expected to do, but fate had placed her in that very position. After being deceived by Edric, it only seemed natural to choose the side that stood against the Nokalt.
Of course being the leader isn’t easy, but with Ash by her side, Nova feels as if they can do anything. And with a rebel army behind them, the possibilities are limitless.
As the days go by Nova’s relationship with Ash grows stronger, but that doesn’t keep her from wanting someone else. She wants Wade. Something is pulling her to him, something that she can’t understand.
When the Nokalt attack without warning, everything spins out of control. Rebels die, and Wade is left knocking at death's door.
The rebels want revenge.
Nova has a choice to make. She needs to prove that she’s a strong rebel leader like her brother. She makes some difficult decisions. In the end, Nova gives the rebels precisely what they want.
They attack the Nokalt where they least expect it, and they hit them hard. No one dies, but the rebels manage to capture more than enough Nokalt prisoners to bargain with. With those prisoners, Nova hopes to get the rebels that the Nokalt had taken and her brother back.
Unfortunately, the rebels have other ideas. They want more than equal rights. They want the Nokalt destroyed.
Nova quickly finds herself in a new world of trouble that she has no control over.
Edric is the only one who can save her, but he’s got a few problems of his own. The only option he has left is to bring Ethan back to Nova.
That plan backfires. The rebels don’t trust Ethan, and they definitely don’t trust Nova or Ash anymore.
Nova and Ethan have only one option left. They had to escape. They have to leave the rebels behind or risk dying for a cause that they no longer believe in.
Getting out alive brings a whole new set of problems. Not everything is as it seems and the people closest to Nova end up being the ones who betray her the worst. Everything that happens pushes Nova farther away from the people she loves.
Edric is Nova’s only hope but will he still want to save her? Will she still want him? Will their connection bring them back together or will they lose each other forever?
Only fate knows what will happen next.

You can now purchase this story exclusively on Amazon, or read for free with Kindle Unlimited. Click on the link below.

Amazon Link: The Rebels (The Chosen Series Book 2)

Monday, April 9, 2018

Release Date for The Rebels!!

We have a release date for The Rebels. The Rebels will be released April 20th, 2018!! You can pre-order now, just follow the link below.

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Becoming the rebel leader wasn’t what Nova expected to do, but fate had placed her in that very position. After being deceived by Edric, it only seemed natural to choose the side that stood against the Nokalt.
Of course being the leader isn’t easy, but with Ash by her side, Nova feels as if they can do anything. And with a rebel army behind them, the possibilities are limitless.
As the days go by Nova’s relationship with Ash grows stronger, but that doesn’t keep her from wanting someone else. She wants Wade. Something is pulling her to him, something that she can’t understand.
When the Nokalt attack without warning, everything spins out of control. Rebels die, and Wade is left knocking at death's door.
The rebels want revenge.

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Tuesday Teaser!!


Tuesday Teaser

Once again today's teaser comes from Eternal, Book Three in The Vampires of Linbridge Series. I honestly cannot wait to share this story with you guys. I've been typing as much as possible to get this book written. I'm nearly halfway there!! Anyway, I really hope you guys enjoy today's teaser.

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“Go, Ivan. Drive.” Erik pants out as he shuts his door.
Ivan quickly drives the car down the driveway while more bombs go off behind us.
“Holy shit, Marcus had the whole place rigged to blow.” Ivan exclaims as he glances back in the rearview mirror.
I remain seated with my attention out the front windshield. As much as I wanted to see Silas I also didn’t want to see him in his deteriorated condition.
“He’s alright, Harper.” James reassures me. “He’s just weakened.”
I nod and bite my lip while closing my eyes to keep myself from falling apart.
The smell of rotten flesh was heavy in the air along with dirt and something else much worse. It was horrifying to be honest.
When the smell of blood hits me I nearly lose my control.
My stomach groans as I dig my nails into the seat beneath me.
“Just take a little, Silas.” James instructs.
“That’s not going to be possible.” I grit out.
“Why not, he seems to be in control.” Erik replies.
“It’s not because I can feel his hunger. He might seem to be in control but he’s not. The vampire is in control.” I warn.
James curses loudly. “Damn it, she’s right. He’s not stopping.”
Erik curses next as they begin moving around in the backseat.
Ivan glances towards me with worry as he pulls onto the main road.
Of course that’s the moment when everything gets worse. While Erik and James struggle to control Silas red and blue lights begin flashing behind us while a siren rings out.
“This cannot be happening.” Ivan groans.
“What are we going to do? We can’t stop, not yet.” I stress.
“Erik, what are we doing?” Ivan questions tensely.
“Stop the car. The last thing we want is a high speed chase.” Erik replies.
Ivan grunts in response before pulling the car to the side of the road. He then quickly pulls out his wallet while I grab the papers he would need from the compartment in front of me.
James and Erik somehow get Silas to calm down while the police officer walks up to Ivan’s window.
“What’s the problem officer?” Ivan asks while rolling down his window.
“I was just curious if you knew what was going on at the Smith farm. You came from the driveway and we had calls of smoke and loud booms coming from that area.” The officer replies.
“The smoke was coming from the house. I don’t know what happened but when we were driving past we saw the smoke and decided to see if we could help.” Ivan lies easily. “There wasn’t much left of the house so we figured that we would drive back down the road to see if we could find some sort of help.”
I grab my phone and hold it up. “My phone wouldn’t get a signal otherwise we would have called.”
He nods and then glances towards his car before leaning down to look into the backseat.
“Is he alright?” The officer questions as he points towards Silas’s body that was slumped over James in the seat.
“Yeah, he’s fine, just a little drunk.” Ivan answers.
The officer nods before pointing towards me. “Are you alright? You have a little bit of blood on your arm.”
Before I can answer he studies Ivan closer.
Without warning he pulls his gun from its holster on his belt before he points it at us.
“Get out of the car with your hands up.” He orders sternly.
“Erik…?” Ivan breathes out.
“Just do it.” Erik replies.
Ivan nods and then lifts his hands before exiting the car. I quickly slide across the seat with my hands up. Once I’m out I stand beside Ivan as the officer trains his gun directly on us.



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Happy Reading!!


Raven K. Asher

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Tuesday Teaser!!


Tuesday Teaser

Today's teaser comes from Eternal the third book in The Vampires of Linbridge Series. I've been typing away like crazy to get it written. I can't wait to share this next book with you guys.
It's going to be so exciting.
Anyway, here it is, your teaser.
It's a little short but it's going to leave you wanting more. Enjoy!!

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“Do you guys hear that?” James questions while tilting his head to the side. “It sounds like a faint beeping sound.”
‘Guys, there’s a red light flashing in here.’ Silas warns within our minds.
“Damn it.” James curses. “Marcus must have set the locks with a bomb.”
“We have to get him out of there before it blows.” Ivan stresses.
I whimper as I turn in his arms. “This can’t be happening.”
‘There’s a timer.’ Silas announces. ‘I have less than five minutes. You guys better hurry.’
“We’ll get him out, Harper.” Erik promises. “But it might be best if you and Ivan went back by the car just in case this doesn’t go our way.”
“I’m not leaving you.” I argue.
“Maybe if we all work together we can get Silas out before the timer runs out.” Ivan suggests.
Erik and James share a look before nodding in agreement.
“Fine, but the second I tell you to leave you better listen.” Erik explains.
I nod. “I’ll run the second that you tell me to.”
“You better.” He replies.
With his permission Ivan and I jump into the hole and then grab the keys that James holds out for us. We each quickly take a lock and begin the task of unlocking each.
I get lucky and find the right key for the first lock.
Smiling triumphantly I move onto the next while Ivan, Erik, and James work quickly to unlock the others.
“What are we going to do once he’s out?” James questions as he continues to work on one of the locks.
Erik shrugs. “I honestly don’t know.”
“We’re going to have to keep him from killing someone.” Ivan stresses.
“If I’m full then he’ll feel full.” I insist.
“That might not work. We can only guess that the animalistic side of Silas will be present. He’s been starved so the vampire side will have more control. It will also make him dangerous towards us and unpredictable.” Erik replies.
“Oh…” I breathe out.
“We won’t allow anything bad to happen to him.” Ivan promises gently.
I nod and bite my lip as I try another lock.
‘The timer is down to two minutes.’ Silas announces within our minds.
I whimper softly as I try key after key inside the lock in my hand. When none of my keys works tears fill my eyes.
This felt hopeless. We were struggling against time that we really didn’t have.
Giving up on that lock I try another.
Once again none of my keys work. My anger gets the best of me and I slam the lock against the chains as hard as I can.
To my surprise the lock splits in two, freeing a set of chains.
‘Uh, the clock just lost ten seconds.’ Silas warns.
Erik, Ivan, and James curse while I begin to cry.
“Damn it.” Erik breathes out before sharing a look with James.
They have a silent conversation before James releases a heavy breath while shaking his head.
“Luck would have to be on our side.” He states out loud.
“Just count the remaining locks.” Erik demands.
“What are you going to do?” I ask.
“We’re going to see how many locks there are and how much time we would lose by breaking them. If there’s more time on the clock than what we’ll lose then we’ll take the risk. If not…” Erik trails off.
He didn’t have to say the rest. It was easy to fill in what would happen if we ran out of time.
Silas and I would die.

Once James is finished counting the locks he and Erik share another long look before Erik sighs roughly while glancing in my direction.
“What’s wrong?” I press.
He shakes his head. “It’s nothing that you need to worry about, Harper.”
I’m about to argue but Ivan steps in front of me. He places his hands on either side of my face while gazing sadly into my eyes.
“Come on, Harper. We need to go to the car while Erik and James finish this.” He pushes.
I nod and then bite my lip as he picks me up to help me out of the hole. Once he’s out he grabs my hand to pull me away.
A whimper leaves my lips as I continue to watch the hole until it’s nearly impossible to see.
‘Silas…’ I whisper into his mind while closing my eyes.
‘Don’t worry, we’ll be together again really soon.’ He promises.
As we reach the car the sound of metal being broken fills the air. I listen closely as the chains fall away from Silas’s box.
Ivan nervously bites his lip while I wrap my arms around his waist.
Time ticks by at a snail’s pace as we wait.
“They’ll have enough time.” Ivan insists.
I wasn't so confident.


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Happy Reading!!


Raven K. Asher

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Tuesday Teaser


Tuesday Teaser

for

The Rebels (The Chosen Series Book 2)


It's been a while since I last posted a teaser. I'm going to try and get back to it so here's the first of more to come. This is a teaser from Book 2 in The Chosen Series. The first part is from Nova's point of view and the second part is from Edric's point of view. I haven't chosen a release date yet but I'm hoping for a Spring release. As soon as I pick a date I'll post it. Enjoy!!
  
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I can’t believe I actually did it.” I breathe out as I look down at him. “I didn’t think Edric would actually let us kill someone though.”
“He knew that you were proving a point.” Ash replies.
I nod. “I believe I got our point across.”
He nods. “Yes, you did.”
“I think you scared the hell out of Wade.” He adds.
“We should probably talk to him. He’s probably wondering why you looked like a Nokalt.” I sigh. “The last thing we need is for him to tell someone about you.”
“Are you sure we can trust him now?” Ash presses.
“Yes.” I answer confidently.
The Nokalt on the floor suddenly groans and I sigh before closing my eyes. “He’s not dead.”
“It appears not.” Ash replies as he places me on the floor.
“I’ll call for Edric.” I breathe out.
Ash nods and then takes a step back away from me while I grab the necklace around my neck to summon Edric.
Within seconds he appears.
“Take him, he’s not dead.” I state while pointing to the Nokalt lying on the floor.
Without a word Edric moves over to his body before lifting him in his arms. He glances towards me for a moment before disappearing again.
I sigh while turning my attention back towards Ash.
“That was kind of you.” He laughs lightly.
“I’m not a complete monster.” I reply while moving towards him.
“No, you’re not.” Ash replies before he pulls me into his arms. “You still have a soft side to you. No matter what happens you need to hold onto that side.”
“There’s no way I’ll let that side go completely.” I promise.
I smile as I lean close. “Now, kiss me.”
Ash doesn’t hesitate to press his lips to mine.


What the hell was that?” I nearly shout as I join Cato in my room on the station.
“She’s not the girl you knew anymore.” Cato replies. “She’s become ruthless and cruel.”
Ethan laughs from his spot leaning against the wall in the corner. “Did you really expect her to be any other way?”
“She’s out of control.” I breathe out.
“No, she’s pissed.” Ethan replies.
“If you took me back to her I could stop Nova before it gets too out of hand.” He then tries.
“That’s not going to happen.” I sigh while rubbing the back of my neck.
“It wouldn’t be the worst idea. If she stays in control a lot more Nokalt are going to die.” Cato chimes in.
“Shane is still alive.” I announce abruptly.
“Are you sure?” Cato asks.
I nod. “Nova summoned me back. She had me remove him. He was still breathing when I brought him back with me.”
“That means she’s not totally lost.” Ethan states.
“I’ve lost her though. There’s no chance of me getting her back. Ash has chosen her. She’s his now.” I whisper while closing my eyes.
“Are you sure?” Cato pushes.
“I saw the marks with my own two eyes. She didn’t deny it either.” I answer.
Cato curses softly.
The only possible way to get her back now was to either steal her from Ash, which was forbidden here, or I would have to kill him.
“You need to return before someone notices that you’re gone.” Cato suddenly stresses.
The last thing I wanted to do was go back.
“Don’t let what I did be for nothing.” Cato states.
I nod and then sigh roughly before I change my appearance. With my next breath I transport myself back to Wade’s room.


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Happy Reading!!


Raven K. Asher