by Hanna Peach
Happy Memorial Day everyone! Today I am so excited to reveal the cover for Angelblood to you all. If you haven’t read the Dark Angel series yet, you really need to check it out (click for my review of this series so far). Check back next week for my interview with Alyx, Israel and Jordan 🙂
Israel seems…different since he came out of his coma. His life has been saved but Alyx had to make a deal with the devil to do so. She has to hand Israel over to Lucifer unless she finds a way to defeat Samyara. But to do this Alyx will need Israel and Jordan, the two men fighting for her heart, to work together. Can they put aside their differences long enough to defeat Samyara?
Seven days until Israel is sentenced to Hell. Seven days to find Samyara. Seven days to raise an army.
This will be Alyx’s greatest battle yet.
Excerpt from Angelblood
Israel stood glaring at Jordan, chest lightly shifting from his quickened breaths. A quick glance to her side told her that Jordan was matching his glare.
Israel wiped his mouth with the back of his hand. Then he widened his arms out to his sides. “You came to fight, blondie?”
The crowd dropped to silence. And all eyes shifted between the two.
“I’m not fighting you,” Jordan said.
“Not on your life.”
Israel dropped his arms in an exaggerated show of disbelief. “Funny. ‘Cause I can’t see any other reason why you would dare show up in my presence after what you’ve done.”
“We’ve come to ask for your help.”
Israel laughed, but there was no humor in it. “You’ve got to be kidding me.”
Jordan growled and turned to Alyx. “I told you the boy wouldn’t want to help.”
Israel narrowed his eyes at Alyx, and she felt them burning all the way into her soul. “You two talking about me behind my back?” Within three long steps, Israel was standing toe-to-toe with her. So close she could see the roll of sweat running down his chest. Jesus. Had he always been this large? This towering? He bent his head down to her so they were nose-to-nose. “You have something to say to me, angel? Say it to my face.”
Hanna began to write at the tender age of seven, starting with a daring and questionable autobiography entitled Go Suck a Lemon. Perhaps it was a little before its time.
After leaving school she agreed with everyone who said she needed to get a degree and a real job to become a proper adult. She kept writing as a hobby. After starting (and never finishing) several degrees and switching from multiple careers, she finally decided that being a proper adult was overrated.
In 2012, she sold everything, moved to Europe and began to write full-time. Eternally restless, Hanna has lived in Indonesia, Australia, Germany and Scotland. She is currently residing in England.
She is addicted to coffee and chocolate and would one day like to own a dragon.
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