About the Book
Destiny can be cruel
Darkness retreated from the light of the scarlet moon, but has since grown even stronger. The Mistress of Shadows has found a new pawn—one that may be the key to unlocking the door to her underground prison. Now evil threatens to escape its shackles and destroy the land.
In the aftermath of loss and betrayal, Jayden’s fight with the enemy still isn’t over. But while she isn’t sure she can stop the Mistress alone, leaving her friends might be the only way to keep them from being consumed by the darkness.
With lives hanging in the balance—and no time for error—can Jayden make the right choice?
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About the Author
S.D. Grimm’s first love in writing is young adult fantasy and science fiction. She is represented by Julie Gwinn of the Seymour Agency and author of SCARLET MOON. She currently has four books under contract, including the remainder of her YA fantasy series Children of the Blood Moon. When she’s not writing or editing, Sarah enjoys reading (of course!), practicing kickboxing and Brazilian jiu jitsu, training dogs, and binge-watching shows with great characters. Her office is anywhere she can curl up with her laptop and at least one large-sized dog. You can learn more about her upcoming novels at www.sdgrimm.com.
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After the major cliffhanger at the end of Scarlet Moon, I couldn’t wait for Amber Eyes to release! Especially once I learned SD Grimm lives not to far from me!
Anyway, Amber Eyes didn’t disappoint. Just like Scarlet Moon, the worldbuilding is fascinating and unique. I just love, love, love it so much with all the different mythical creatures and the animal bonds all without going over board or making the world confusing. The characters are well developed to the point my heart ached during this book for all the characters I’d come to care about so much. I can’t say too much about the plot or the characters without giving away a few spoilers, but I was so glad to see a few of my favorite characters return in this book when I feared I might never see them again at the end of the last book!
And that ending…argh! How are we ever going to wait for the next book?
This is a series you aren’t going to want to miss! Five stars all the way!
Want to dive into a new world? Enter to win a signed copy of both Amber Eyes and Scarlet Moon, a grimmlie dragon of the dragon on the cover (made by the author), a charm bracelet (made by her Captain America), and a $10 amazon gift card. (US only. Sorry!) The giveaway ends tomorrow, so don’t wait to enter!
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Blog Tour Schedule
Monday, January 22nd
- Book Spotlight – Backing Books
- Guest Post – Thinking Like a Fangirl
Tuesday, January 23rd
- Book Review – Sheri Yutzy – young adult author
- Book Review & Interview – Blooming with Books
Wednesday, January 24th
- Book Review – Deeply shallow
- Guest Post – dolphin18cb
Thursday, January 25th
- Author Interview – Unicorn Quester
Friday, January 26th
- Book Review – Sarah, Plain & Average
- Book Review – Abba’s Prayer Warrior Princess
Saturday, January 27th
- Author Interview – Jebraun Clifford dream.write.repeat
Monday, January 29th
- Book Review – The Artisan Penguin
Tuesday, January 30th
- Author Interview – Liv K. Fisher
- Review – Reality Reflected
- Amber Eyes Facebook Launch Party!
Wednesday, January 31st
- Author Interview – So Few Books
Thursday, February 1st
- Book Review – Lands Uncharted
- Guest Post – Quills & Inkblotts
Friday, February 2nd
- Book Review – Thinking Like a Fangirl
Saturday, February 3rd
- Book Review – Tricia Mingerink
- Book Review – Blushing Bibliophile
- Book Review – RJ Metcalf
Monday, February 5th
- Blog Tour Wrap-Up – Unicorn Quester
Tricia, I am so very excited to hear you enjoyed Amber Eyes! S.D. does a great job of pulling those heart strings that’s for sure!
Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts and participating in the blog tour!
Thanks for all the work you do arranging these blog tours!
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This sounds like a really cool series. And that cover art . . . love it!
By the way, Tricia, I just tagged you for this: https://hannahgaudetteauthor.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/a-writer-reader-sort-of-tag/