Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Book Blitz: Tainted by Ginna Moran




Tainted (Demon Within #1)

by Ginna Moran

Genre: YA Paranormal Romance/Fantasy

Release Date: June 30th 2016

Sunny Palms Press


Summary from Goodreads:


Seventeen-year-old Cami Anders uses one word to describe her life: Purgatory. What she doesn’t know is she’s closer to Hell than she thinks.

On the run from the demon that killed her parents, Cami struggles to find her place on the fringes of the Veiled Realm, the part of the world where demons and other creatures lurk in the shadows. Striving to find a normal life in the care of a former demon hunter, who would punch even an angel to protect her, is harder than Cami ever imagined. There’s nothing ordinary about sipping holy water like it’s her beverage of choice, having stare-downs with animalistic demons, and relying on a hunter with enough secrets to fill an ocean to keep her soul safe.

When the demon from Cami’s past arrives to collect her soul, which he believes is rightfully his, she must unravel the secrets her protector has spent the last three years keeping from her. She finds herself questioning her existence and learns that running isn’t the answer. The only way to find normalcy is if she fights for it. But is it worth the risk of losing everything, including her soul, in the end?






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Excerpt #3
Loud banging outside my door interrupts my thoughts. I step into the narrow hallway of our tiny apartment, maneuvering around stacked boxes that will never be unpacked. Not if we have to move every couple of months. This is the third time we’ve moved this year, and it’s not even halfway over. It’s the only way to avoid demons. If we’re not on the run, they’ll come after us until I’m either dead or tainted by evil. Or worse—they could leave me without a soul.
Alana perches on the kitchen counter, sifting through the top shelf of the junk cabinet. Her shoulder length blond hair hangs in a ponytail, the front half clinging against her cheeks. She swivels sideways and glances over her shoulder.
“Fantastic morning, isn’t it?” she asks. “Another peaceful, uneventful night.” Alana’s fuchsia pajamas look as fresh and unwrinkled as they did last night, and I don’t know why she bothers wearing them. The woman doesn’t sleep at night, only in the morning, and even then she has insomnia most of the time.
“For you, maybe. I spent a good thirty minutes convincing a demon that you’d kill it if it didn’t stop staring at me through the window.” I wince, expecting Alana to start screaming.
She turns on the balls of her feet and jumps from the counter. She looks me up and down, checking for signs of injury.
“You know better than that, Cami,” she says. “If you would’ve told me, I could’ve killed it. This is bad. It might go after an innocent person or come back here.”
“It was only a lower level demon. Not something the average person couldn’t fight off,” I say, despite my better judgment.
“That kind of thinking will get you killed. I’ve spent too long keeping you safe to let that happen. You have to tell me these things.”
“Fine, whatever,” I say. Alana is persuasive when it comes to doing the right thing to protect myself from demons. The promise of injury, death, and the loss of my soul always seems to do the job. It’s still effective, even though I’m now seventeen and no longer the na├»ve fourteen year old girl she rescued.
I watch Alana pull an empty water jug out of the refrigerator and shake it. Small droplets of water pelt the sides, creating a soft drumming sound. She tosses it into the trash before looking up at me.
She sighs. “Where’s the rest of the holy water?”
“I drank it,” I say.
“What? Oh, never mind. Go get dressed. We have to get more supplies.”


About the Author
Ginna Moran is the author of the Destined for Dreams and Finding Nate series. She lives in
Austin, Texas but is originally from Southern California.
When she realized her love of writing was her
life’s passion, she studied literature and writing at Mira Costa College in
Northern San Diego. Besides writing novels, she was the senior editor, content
manager, and image coordinator for Crescent House Publishing Inc. for four
years.
Aside from Ginna's professional life, she enjoys
binge watching television shows, playing pretend with her daughter, and
cuddling with her dogs. Some of her favorite things include chocolate, anything
that glitters, digital design work, and organizing her bookshelves.


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