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Monday, February 8, 2016

Into the Fire...

In one month’s time, seventeen-year-old Cara Tillman will die and be reborn from her own ashes…

Her life of secrecy has never been easy. She’s watched her younger brother, Jeremy, burn and rise again in a coming-of-age process called rebirth. And just like her brother, when her time comes, she won’t remember anything from her first life other than she’s a Phoenix—a member of a small group of people descended from the mythical Phoenix bird.

The last thing she needs to worry about is falling for the new guy in town—Logan Schmidt.

Cara is drawn to Logan in a way she can’t explain, but she’s not exactly complaining. Everything is perfect…except it’s not. Once she’s reborn, she’ll forget Logan. And to make things worse, a Phoenix Hunter is on the loose, and Cara’s involvement with Logan is bringing out her Phoenix qualities—the very qualities that will draw the Hunter right to her.

Desperate times call for desperate measures…

Afraid of hurting Logan, Cara breaks it off for good. But her attraction to him runs deeper than a typical high school crush. She wants him—needs him. And if he proves willing to stay by her side, their love might destroy them both.

Can Cara hide from the Phoenix Hunters long enough to survive her rebirth? And if so, will it mean a new beginning with Logan—or the beginning of the end?

INTO THE FIRE by @KellyHashway is available February 16th!

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19 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing my cover!

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    1. We are happy to help spread the word! :)

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  2. It sure is a beautiful cover! Congrats again, Kelly! :)

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  3. The cover is awesome... I like the premise of the story, it's sad she can't remember the past because of her bring a pheonix... ♡

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    1. Launna- So glad you like the cover! It does sound like an interesting story. :)

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  4. I agree, they did a great job on the job. FYI, I tried several times to leave a comment on TSFOFM and it didn't work. That's never happened before. I was going to say, "We had willow trees in our huge property when I was a child. When I saw a movie where the father used a switch from a willow tree on one of his boys, I remember thinking how lucky I was to have a dad who would never do such a thing."

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    1. Joylene-
      So sorry that TSFOFM blog gave you such a problem. We appreciate you trying! Sometimes it can be fickle- and we have found hitting preview and then publish usually does the trick. Good luck!

      We think willow trees are so beautiful and magical. Such a shame that people have used them to hurt others!

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    2. My cover designer is amazing.

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  5. Lovely cover! The story sounds intense. Great conflict right from the beginning.

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  6. I love the new cover on this! It was a great read :)

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    1. Meradeth- So glad to hear you enjoyed it! :)

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