Saturday, September 7, 2013

Blog Tour, Excerpt, and Giveaway: Heavenly Hell (Aria Williams)

Welcome to my stop on the Heavenly Hell blog tour hosted by YA Bound Book Tours.  Click HERE to see the full blog tour schedule!

You'd think being stuck in the body of a beautiful seventeen year old girl forever would be a gift. But when you are fallen, it is more like a curse.
Indiana was a beautiful angel, enjoying the perks of Heaven, until she was tricked by a demon to fall in love with him. She was forced to fall from Heaven and remain in her seventeen year old form, banished to Earth, for all of eternity.
Now, unable to cope with her banishment, she is a seemingly normal seventeen year old girl by day, while she spends her nights punishing men for the wrongs they have committed against women.
Although Indiana has lived on Earth for thousands of years, she recently settled into a small town, where she has finally been able to make some lasting friendships. When a handsome, mysterious boy comes to town, Indiana knows something is not right. He might end up her ally, or she might end up in the fight of her life.

Heavenly Hell
by Aria Williams
Release Date: 04/24/13

I am an author with Limitless Publishing who loves to write YA and paranormal romance.

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Excerpt Five

This unknown person was pointing toward the jumps, then the pipes. Brandon took off down the side, attempting the half pipe. As he reached the top, he grabbed the bottom of his board and did a tiny aerial. Coming back to the boys, the stranger slapped him on the back nodding his head; now it was his turn. As he jumped down the side of the ramp, he pumped his leg on the ground over and over and up the other side, without even touching the bottom of his board. He went up into the air a good two metres then down again. His hair had fallen over his face, leaving only a glimpse of his smile, as he looked my direction. He whipped his hair back over. My knees went weak.

“Close your mouth, Indy.”

What the hell? This boy was hot—unbelievably hot. He looked to be around our age and had a killer body; I could see the ripples of a six-pack under his white shirt. It was hard not to stare at him.

“Shut your mouth, Mark.”

“Or what, you’re going to shut it for me?” suggested Mark.

“You had better believe it.”

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