Tuesday, December 11, 2018

BLOG TOUR: Slow Shift by Nazarea Andrews


Welcome to the Official Blog Tour for Slow Shift by Nazarea Andrews. Slow Shift is an adult, paranormal m/m romantic standalone novel. Today, we have an exclusive excerpt to share! We also have a review for you to take a look at, too! So, take a look at what I thought about this book now! Plus, for a limited time only, purchase your copy now while it's only $1.99. Check it out and grab your copy now!!!

Genre:
New Adult
Paranormal M/M Romance
Publish Date:
December 6, 2018

Synopsis:
One angry, grieving boy.
Chase DeWitt is fourteen when his mother dies and he stumbles into the woods beyond his home, angry and heartbroken. He didn’t know that it would change the course of his life.

Two broken, lonely men.

Tyler Reid is twenty three, grumpy and angry, trying to take care of a injured brother, and rebuilding a life blind hatred destroyed in one night.
But he understands the boy who stumbles out of the woods and into his life, understands the grief in his eyes and the rage that makes him shake. And there is something in that familiar grief that makes Tyler trust Chase, when trusting humans has only ever lead to disaster.

And a falling down house they make a home.

As the summer passes and the years turn, Chase cares for Tyler’s brother, helps him rebuilding the house in the woods, as they help each other rebuild a life beyond the little house, Chase realizes two important things: these men matter to him, could be family. 
And they are not nearly as human as they seem.



   


*Excerpt*
          “Are you really ok with this?” Chase asks later that night when Tyler slips into his bedroom and curls behind him on his bed. It’s not small but it always feels like it is when Tyler is in it with him.
          He’s quiet, so Chase tilts his head back and says, “You don’t have to. We can find another way.”
          “I’m ok. We need to do this,” Tyler says.
          Chase nods. He touches the runes tattooed on Tyler’s ribs, the ones he marked Tyler with, and Tyler arches into the touch. “Remember you’re mine, Tyler. Whatever happens, whatever she says, you’re mine. And I won't let her hurt what's mine.”
           Tyler shuffles into him, presses his face into Chase’s throat, and they cling to each other as the night deepens around them.

Copyright©2018 Nazarea Andrews


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**About the Author**
Nazarea Andrews (N to almost everyone) is an avid reader and tends to write the stories she wants to read. Which means she writes everything from zombies and dystopia to contemporary love stories. When not writing, she can most often be found driving her kids to practice and burning dinner while she reads, or binging watching TV shows on Netflix. N loves chocolate, wine, and coffee almost as much as she loves books, but not quite as much as she loves her kids. She lives in south Georgia with her husband, daughters, spoiled cat and overgrown dog. She is the author of The World Without End series, Neverland Found, Edge of the Falls, and The University of Branton series. Stop by her social media and tell her what fantastic book she should read next.

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*My Thoughts*

Note: This review contains NO spoilers

I have to admit that I enjoyed this book. Although this is my first time reading an M/M romance, this one was beautifully written. The story wove a complex tale of growing up and friendship with a subtle hint of magic and/or mysticism. With its third person point of view, Slow Shift gave the feel of "seeing" the story from the outside, as if witnessing everything that these characters are going through and what they are feeling. However, it has been a while since I read in third person that it took me a while to get into the flow of this story; but, it did not take away from the overall feelings that this story evoked. With the various elements of storytelling intertwined into this story, it allowed me to feel for and understand these characters.

Furthermore, it would be difficult to just categorize Slow Shift in any one particular genres when it touched on a variety of such. I think that's what made it work, too. Yes, there's a coming-of-age element. Yes, there's a romance element. Yes, there's also a paranormal element, too. And, it worked! I would have to say that this is a beautiful and emotional story of love and friendship that will touch any readers' heart.

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