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Sunday, August 5, 2018


coming August 7
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Magic, mystery, and adventure await you in these 22 mystical stories!

Ever wonder what lurks within the shadows? Then, search no further. The Shadow Files features your favorite paranormal entities as they battle what prowls deep within the shadows of their supernatural worlds.

Dance with Lucifer, experience love from beyond the grave, solve a case … Grimm-style. Tangle with vampires, discover relics and get ready for adventures more exciting than Tomb Raider or Indiana Jones! Follow mages and rebel angels as they battle the evil threatening to end magic … forever.

Epic thrills await inside The Shadow Files. Secure your copy of this exciting limited-edition collection from today’s hottest bestselling authors!


Yes, this is release week for THE SHADOW FILES, and things are heating up. We have so many fun things planned. The Facebook event went live on July 31, so drop by and take part in the fun and games. Trust me, there are prizes you do not want to miss! I'll be hosting from 2-2:30 on Tuesday, so drop by, say hello and possibly win a prize!


If you order before August 7, follow this link and claim your free reads. So for 99c you not only get 22 exclusive novels within The Shadow files box set you get 12 more - that's 34 books for only 99c!!

Cassidy’s Touch by Paris Brandon

Available exclusively in The Shadow Files box set!

Her gift is a double edged sword. Will it be enough to save a cursed bootlegger from becoming a demon’s prize?

Excerpt: Pg13

During her hiatus from the show, she planned on exploring the possibility of visualization as a way of handling the aftereffects of her little gift. Learning to concentrate for longer than five seconds might enable her to “see” the headaches and tremors float away, absorbed by the atmosphere instead of another human being. That would be a plus if the opportunity for another relationship ever arose. Which wasn’t likely to happen anytime soon.

Because, as much as she wished otherwise, she couldn’t imagine anyone not caring that she had the ability to read them through any object they’d touched.

She’d know if they were lying or cheating.

She’d know if even for one brief moment they hated or feared her.

Oh, hell; enough of the pity party.

The water was cooling faster than it should have. She tried adjusting the temperature, but it never got any warmer, and she added a water heater to the growing list of items the house might need. If she ended up keeping the house, it wouldn’t be a huge problem in the summer, but a winter in Kansas City spent taking tepid baths wasn’t an option she wanted to entertain.

She turned off the shower and pulled open the curtain. A shadow was there one moment, filling a corner of the room, and gone the next. It was almost as if the lights had flickered on and off. Fabulous. Whether she stayed or not, she’d need an electrician.

And she probably shouldn’t trust the fuses to hold up under the addition of a small window-unit air conditioner until she had the place checked out.

Stepping over the rolled lip of the tub, she grabbed for a fluffy white towel and blotted her hair and body but left enough droplets behind to help keep her cool for as long as possible. Wrapping the towel sarong style, she padded down the hall.

The water on her back and chest had evaporated by the time she’d made it to her small square bedroom. Sunrays filtered through the leaves of the huge old tree outside her window, leaving a dappled pattern on the crisp, white cotton sheets she’d found in the linen cupboard. They’d been tied with a rose-pink satin ribbon and still held a trace of her aunts’ loving attention within its threads.

She exchanged the towel for a short white cotton robe and turned away from her reflection in the cheval glass at the foot of the bed. The shower hadn’t helped her look any less tired. This season had been brutal. Between the nonstop shooting schedule and trying to deal with her grief she’d been on autopilot with barely a minute to breathe.

The room was marginally less stuffy since she’d turned on the ceiling fan. Closing her eyes, she tried to envision the sharp shards of emotional energy dissolving in a shower of soft, warm sparks that cascaded over her and into the ground. Instead the shards clung like dark magnets against her skull.

She was lousy at this.

A breeze chilly enough to raise goose bumps washed over her bare arms. A shadow flickered across the mirror. She blinked and for the second time that afternoon caught movement out of the corner of her eye.

The pale ivory curtains covering the windows on either side of the wide mahogany dresser had stopped rippling. The air around her was still—and cold.

“Are you Cassidy?” rasped a voice that sounded as if it were filtered through a layer of dust. “Maude said that you could help me.”

 Enjoy your week and please stop by and say hello and possibly win a prize! 

Happy Reading,

Paris Brandon


Melissa Keir said...

What great covers. Wonderful excerpt! I wish you all the best!

Cara Marsi said...

Great covers. The stories look great too.

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