I am so excited that DARKBEAM IV is available now and that I get to share the news!
If you haven’t yet heard about this wonderful book, be sure to check out all the details below.
This blitz also includes a giveaway for a $10 Amazon GC courtesy of Rockstar Book Tours, & Adrienne Woods. So if you’d like a chance to win, check out the giveaway info below.
About The Book
Title: DARKBEAM Part IV: A Dragonian Series Novel: The Rubicon’s Story (The Beam Series Book 5)
Author: Adrienne Woods
Pub. Date: December 22, 2020
Publisher: Fire Quill Publishing
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Find it: Goodreads, AmazonB&N
Please note that this is not for YA Audience like the Dragonian Series
The 4th Part in the Rubicon’s Story.
Blake Leaf is experiencing all sorts of new feelings after the Dent, and because of his past, the princess of Paegeia isn’t making
it easy to trust him.
Only time and breaking through her layers will show her that he has changed. Then maybe their bond will heal and they will be find the missing ingredient in order to kill the Saadedine and free the people of Etan.
Now all he can do is to hope and pray that his secrets and past isn’t going to come back and mess up his his progress.
Darkbeam Part IV is about the events happening in Starlight, book 5, in the Dragonian series.
“So no more asking about the Dent until our bond is healed?”
She looked at me softly, took a deep breath, and nodded.
“You want something to eat? I brought snacks.”
She laughed. “You really did come prepared, didn’t you?”
“Well, I hoped for this, but I wasn’t sure.”
She nodded, and I went to the tree where I put the bag down and brought it to her.
I sat on the ground with my back against the boulder she was sitting on, taking out all the snacks.
She grabbed the crisps and opened the bag.
“So you and Tabitha are really not together anymore?”
“No,” I said. “I broke it off the minute I woke up. Tabitha still thinks that I’m under a spell as I told her to fight for me.”
She sighed. I looked up at her and saw her eyes were closed.
She shook her head and opened her eyes. “She reminded me yesterday about my promise.”
I felt as if I could kill that scaley bitch. “So, that was where it came from?”
“I didn’t know, Blake. You always sat with them.”
“I told you why I had, Elena.”
“Yes, you did. Don’t be mad at Tabitha, please. If I was her, I would have done the same.”
I looked at her again. “Say what now?”
She laughed. “You sound like Becky.”
“Well, Becky has a point, Elena. Tabitha is brilliant. If you give in to what she says, she will take the opportunity and try to wedge herself between whatever we have.”
“She was one of your best friends.”
“Friends with benefits, never best.” I corrected her. “Can we please not speak about the Snow Dragon?”
“Fine.” She smiled. “You really forgot about the mountain?”
She laughed. “Tabitha didn’t tell you that it was you who trained me.”
I chuckled. “Oh, she hated our training. She was always so insecure, but then again, she had all the right to be.”
“C’mon Elena, you know how it felt. Being so dark, and whenever we got close to one another, it just washed away. It was addictive.”
“It was. I actually destroyed my room.”
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