Wednesday, March 15, 2017

RELEASE BLITZ: Songs & Fins by B. Kristin McMichael

We are excited to celebrate and share with you this 5-day Release Blitz for B. Kristin McMichael's Songs & Fins, the second book in The Merworld Trilogy! This release blitz will consist of various posts on participating blogs. We will be posting an exciting sneak peek into the book with an excerpt! Plus, there's a blitz-wide giveaway to celebrate this book birthday! Check it out and grab your copy today!

Young Adult
Paranormal Romance
Merworld Trilogy, #2
Publish Date:
March 14, 2017
Lexia Press, LLC

Whitney was amazed she finally had a boyfriend, and was prepared for a new life with him in the siren night human world. And the fact he was a lead singer in a rock band in his free time wasn’t bad, either. Too bad having a boyfriend didn’t mean she was going to see him, as his father’s punishment included separating them. Whitney is certain she can handle it, but sure enough, that isn’t the only wrench thrown into her new life. There’s a new threat in town, a scarier one than the backstabbing siren clan she’s part of now. They are night human hunters, and Whitney is an outlawed night human breed. Could her luck get any better? Quiet and peaceful would be ideal, but that’s not what she’s about to get.

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Take my friends, and I’ll take yours. Sam’s worth at least four greens. Thanks for the new servants.
Whitney wadded the note up in her hand and began to push up to go over and tell Amber what she thought, but Tina caught her eye and shook her head, which was enough to make Whitney pause. While she wanted to go over and give Amber a piece of her mind, she trusted her friend. Something in her eyes said to listen to her. Instead of going over to the table, Whitney let Amber think she had won and sat back down alone. It wasn’t like Whitney wasn’t used to being alone in a lunchroom. She had transferred schools once before coming to their school. She would be fine. Once she got to the bottom of things, she would get her friends back.
Sitting back down, Whitney checked over her math homework. It was the only distraction she had with her, and she needed a distraction to keep from blowing up at Amber. It was ridiculous. Whitney wasn’t keeping Sam from Amber. Sam wanted nothing to do with her, or the sirens in general. That wasn’t Whitney’s fault. And actually, Whitney didn’t blame him on the Amber front. Whitney’s mother had told her more than once when she was a child that if you didn’t have something nice to say, you don’t say anything at all. That definitely pertained to Amber. Whitney had nothing she could say about the girl.
“Um …” A shadow fell over Whitney’s paper as someone stood beside the table, blocking the light.
Whitney glanced up to find a girl standing there, staring down at her paper, but not her. She had never seen the girl before, and she was sure she would have remembered her. She had long black hair that was tipped pink around the edges, some tattoos, and too many piercings to count. Even with her school uniform on, the girl stood out. How could you not with a Celtic cross taking up most of your forearm? That wasn’t something you saw often in a school with teenagers. Whitney’s mother would have killed her if she got a small tattoo that could be concealed. This girl’s wasn’t hidden at all.

“Can I sit here?” the girl asked quietly, pointing to the empty table.


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Here's a sneak peek of Water & Blood for those who haven't started this exciting series yet!
The splashing in the pool had stopped. Sam looked down to see whether his student was taking a break or she was done for the day. She wasn’t at her twentieth lap yet. By his calculations, she was only at fourteen.
Jumping up from his seat, Sam dove effortlessly into the pool and across the width of the lanes without surfacing for breath. Yes, some wandering day human too close to the pool could have seen, but it was an emergency. Whitney was floating face down in the pool, and she wasn’t just holding her breath.
In one swift motion, Sam lifted Whitney’s lifeless body out of the water as he emerged from below her. He immediately jumped out beside her. Without hesitating, Sam began to breathe into her mouth. Her heartbeat was slowing. He didn’t need to feel for a pulse; his senses told him that much. Sam blew into her mouth again, trying to get air to her body.
With her blonde hair matted to her, Whitney lay there limp and unresponsive. Sam stared at her. Even on the verge of death, he was pulled to her, but now his siren instincts were taking over. He had seen his share of people dying from drowning, and they all looked as appetizing as she did when she swam. Now as she was dying Sam realized he didn’t want to feed on her, he wanted to keep her alive.

He didn’t stop to think about what he was doing as he bit down on his wrist. Blood began to drip down his arm. Placing his wrist over her open mouth, he let only a few drops fall into it. Night human blood was powerful and held healing capabilities for day humans; his would be enough to keep her from dying. At least he hoped so. He had only known of two people ever that used their blood to heal a day human. It had been successful in both getting the human healed and the siren exiled from the island. Sam knew there could be a price if anyone ever found out, but that didn’t matter to him. For some reason, keeping the fragile day human in his arms alive was worth it.


**About the Author**
B. Kristin McMichael graduated with her PhD in biology at Ohio State where she worked as a scientist before taking her passion of writing full-time. Besides writing, she enjoys chasing her kids, playing outside, and baking cookies. She lives in Ohio with her husband and three children.

B. Kristin is the author of YA and clean NA paranormal fiction. Her "Night Human World" includes the YA series The Blue Eyes Trilogy about a midwestern girl who comes of age in a world of battling vampire clans, the The Day Human Trilogy that takes place among the Appalachian Sidhe fairies, and The Skinwalkers Witchling trilogy that follows an apprentice witch in the Pacific Northwest. She's also the author of the NA paranormal time travel romance series The Chalcedony Chronicles

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