The Blurb on Other People’s Words – Sequel Reveal for Emily Ward

July 15, 2012 at 10:40 pm (writing)

Mondays on Word Blurb include more than just reviews. Here’s a message from one of my Guild of Dream cohorts – introducing Promising Hope, Emily Ward’s sequel to Promising Light:

“The curse is broken, but the war isn’t over. Grace is under the spell of a love potion, torn between her obsessive love for the prince and her calling to protect Dar and the shape changers. Though Dar wants nothing more than her freedom, he’s being held as a prisoner in the palace and watched at every turn. Miles away, Sierra is the reluctant savior of the shape changers as she tries to keep Evan alive in his lust for blood.

Grace and Dar struggle to make the political alliances needed to bring the shape changers back home while dealing with new doses of the love potion. But the king sides with the Protectors, who are willing to do anything to keep the magic away, even controlling the kingdom. When the man who cursed the shape changers ten years ago reappears at the castle, the Avialies abandon their attempts at peace in order to keep their family’s future secure. The consequences of their actions catapult a sequence of events that threatens Grace, Sierra, and the Avialies in ways they could have never prepared for.

In this sequel to Promising Light, the war is just beginning, and no war is without casualties.”

If you are unfamiliar with Promising Light, the novel involves Grace, a young noble, who must decide whether to help a shape changer family break a curse set on their family by the powerful Protectors.

Interested? Here are some links you might find helpful:

Goodreads for Promising Light:

Goodreads for Promising Hope:

Author Website:

Author’s Newsletter for news and future giveaways of Promising Hope:

Emily Ward will also be hosting a giveaway for Promising Light:

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