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Rescued by the Fae by Jessica Wayne


Paper Myths Media is THRILLED to be hosting the release week tour of Rescued by the Fae by Jessica Wayne - the FIRST BOOK in her Siren's Blood Chronicles! Rescued by the Fae releases on Feb 10th but the TOUR DATES are Feb 8th-Feb 14th.


Arcs for Rescued by the Fae are available now and limited paperbacks are being offered by the author! So please do include additional social media platforms in the notes section of the sign up form if you've got them!


Keep reading for all the details on the book!



PRIMARY GENRE: Paranormal Romance - runs the gambit, think Vampire Diaries to Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunters, to Lara Adrian's Midnight Breed series, and Jeaniene Frost's Night Huntress novels.

HEAT LEVEL: Fan Yourself Steamy - Generally 1-3 detailed sex scenes, some coarse language - think A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire, The Black Dagger Brotherhood, and Karen Marie Moning.

TRIGGERS: Yes, mentions of abuse, rape, and torture. Though nothing happens on page.



THE BLURB:

My soul hasn't been mine for over a thousand years.


Ever since I saw her standing on that cliffside in Ireland, Eira has possessed more of me than she'll ever know. But by the time I saw her again, she'd suffered far more than anyone ever should.

She'd been broken, abused, and was unwilling to trust me no matter how many times I tried to prove my intentions.


For my kind to mate—it's rare—dangerous, which is why no one can know of my ties to the violet-eyed siren or her hold over me. My enemies would love to get their hands on the one thing that could lead to my destruction.


But when her life is threatened, I know I can't simply watch from the sidelines anymore. Not when I'm ready to rip the entire world to shreds for another moment in her presence.


Perfect for anyone who wants to see what happens when one of the most powerful supernaturals in the world is pushed to his breaking point.


WARNING: Eira's past is a dark one, and there was no way to tell her story without mentioning it. Due to that, this book contains dark themes.






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