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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

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My six from my angel and demon novella, A Questionable Hero, published by kNight Romance Publishing.

 "Those eyes, lighter than the inky black of most of his kind, bored into hers, searched hers. As an angel warrior gifted with empathic abilities, she could feel lust rising over the flood of his more erratic feelings of fear, bewilderment, and shame. It could have been a minute or an hour they had stood there, because time seemed to stand still, wrapped in the embrace of this man’s stare. Her sword of light remained down beside her instead of being jabbed into the cavity of his chest to kill him. At the same time, he slowly sheathed his weapon rather than coming for her. They were opposing combatants of the war in a shocked stalemate, entranced by each other, out of sync with the natural order of events."

A Questionable Hero Blurb:
Born of a mortal woman but raised in Hell by the demon that sired him, Abdamas is a Halfling—proof incarnate of the war between good and evil that exists in each of us. Shaebiel is an angel warrior earning her ultimate salvation in Heaven by fighting demons like Abdamas who are in search of human souls on Earth.

In the heat of a raging battle , Abdamas sees Shaebiel and wants her. When the blade of another demon aims for her, Abdamas is injured himself trying to save her. Shaebiel can’t believe a demon has rescued her from certain death and takes her questionable hero home with her to heal him.

As they both fight and surrender to their desires, the conflict around them continues, and there is Heaven and Hell to pay for their actions. Through divine intervention they are offered a gift. But Hell is nowhere near finished with either of them, and the stakes are getting higher and higher.

Can a questionable hero sacrifice enough to redeem himself in the eyes of Heaven so that he may claim the love of an angel? 

I recently finished up the wonderful paranormal romance "A Questionable Hero" By Kiki Howell. Once I started reading this love story I had a difficult time getting my nose out of my Nook and back into reality since it was action packed from start to finish with very little breathing room in between the pages! ~Punky’s Book Raves
 
“The world-building Kiki Howell did in this story is uncanny as this is what I always believed angels and demons to be.  The romance and characters came alive on the page for me. I was personally involved in their happiness and craved the resolution as deeply as Abdamas and Shaebiel did!”  ~Nas Dean, Romance Book 
Paradise

“A Questionable Hero kept me pulled into the storyline from page one and I read it in one sitting. You realize quickly that the battle between good and evil aren’t black and white, there are shades of gray. If you like a fast hot read, with a touch of paranormal, and good versus evil thrown into the mix, then I would recommend this  book.” ~Gracen Miller, Author of Pandora’s Box

Genres: Urban Fantasy (Angels and Demons), Erotic Romance
Adult Content Warnings: Explicit Graphic Language and Violence

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8 comments:

  1. WOW Kiki- very intense 6 today- loved it- and I received your email- can't wait to dive into the book and ALL your covers look great- will be requesting more I do believe
    Dawne P

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  2. Thanks Dawne! Oh, I am so glad you got email this time :) *crosses fingers*

    Kiki

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  3. Kiki your 6 left me spellbound, I wanted to read more, to find out more about both of them.

    Thank you for sharing this with us.

    *bites n kisses*

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  4. No problem! I love SSS. About time I got back into it - thanks for the reminders! Just never enough hours in the day, you know!

    I'm glad you liked it, Penny :)

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  5. Wow a fantastic six Kiki. I was mesmerized.

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  6. Wow, very good! You caught my eye on this story. Excellent Six!

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  7. Thanks, guys! I liked this moment when she realized that her savior is her enemy. So much play with an angel and demon story. It was a lot of fun to write :)

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