Anyone* who pre-orders the book before release day can submit a screencap of their receipt or order page to Tor! On release day, they will send you access to a secret website that contains a ton of goodies, including high resolution annotated maps, character sketches, downloadable digital wallpaper for your phone or desktop, an exclusive preview of book #2 AND an invitation to an exclusive livestream video Q&A with Donna & Bree!(If you have pre-ordered in print, you can also submit your receipt!
*For legal reasons, Tor can only fulfill this offer to our folks in the US or Canada. If you’re from another country & pre-ordered, submit your information here.
Haven’t pre-ordered yet?
Ebook: iBookstore, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Kobo, Google
Paperback: The Haunted Bookshop, Indiebound, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Book Depository
Hardcover: The Ripped Bodice, Indiebound, Amazon, Book Depository
In honor of our first traditionally published book with fancy print versions we didn’t have to create, we are creating
FIFTY ONE HUNDRED ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY TWO HUNDRED AND FOURTY exclusive first-come, first-served limited edition swag packs for people who preorder the print copy from one of America’s Romance-Exclusive bookstores.
If you preorder from The Ripped Bodice or Love’s Sweet Arrow, you won’t just get a copy of our book! You’ll also get an autographed bookplate, various Mercenary Librarian & Kit Rocha stickers & swag, and the bonus piece… a custom handmade (by the author!) replica of the necklace worn in the book by the heroine.
Automatically, Nina’s hand flew to her throat, but encountered only bare skin. “I left something upstairs,” she muttered. “I’ll be right back.”
After taking the stairs two at a time, Nina held her breath as she scanned her surroundings for the glint of silver. The floor was clear, as were her small wooden dresser, her bedside table, and her small jewelry box.
She found the necklace in the bathroom, dangling from the hook she’d screwed into the brick wall next to the sink. She snatched it up and put it on, finally exhaling as its familiar, comforting weight settled around her neck.
Nina didn’t have much left to remember her sisters by. Even some of her most vivid memories were beginning to fade, worn thin by the passage of time. But this pendant—three interlocking rings on a simple chain, identical to the ones her sisters had worn—was concrete. As long as she had it, she would always have a piece of Ava and Zoey.
She turned to leave the bathroom, and her breath nearly left her again as she caught a glimpse of herself in the mirror above the sink. No, the necklace wasn’t the only reminder of her sisters. It couldn’t be, not when their faces stared back at her from every reflective surface.
But sometimes the pendant was the only reminder she could bear to look at.
The first 150 people who pre-order from either store will get the bonus swag package.