Moonlit Blog Tour

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Moonlit

Eighteen-year-old Tanzy Hightower knows horses, has grown up with them on Wildwood Farm. She also knows not to venture beyond the trees that line the pasture. Things happen out there that can’t be explained. Or undone. Worse, no one but she and the horses can see what lurks in the shadows of the woods.

When a moonlit ride turns into a terrifying chase, Tanzy is left to question everything, from the freak accident that killed her father to the very blood in her veins. Broken and confused, she turns to Lucas, a scarred, beautiful stranger, and to Vanessa, a charming new friend who has everything Tanzy doesn’t.

But why do they seem to know more about her than she knows herself?

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Praise

“Virginia’s trees look like they’re burning. Most of them blaze crimson or gold, but some still have a chokehold on their green. I wish they’d give it up already. Leaves are more beautiful when they’re dying.”

And so Moonlit begins. From here the story rolls from one twist to another with many vivid characters whose motives are hard to predict. I found myself being suspicious of everyone, wanting to tell Tanzy to be very careful. The deeper I fell into the plot, the more questions kept rising to the surface. But not to worry, all of my questions were answered. Appropriate for all ages, if you love paranormal fantasy mixed with suspense, mystery and other-worldly romance, you’ll love this novel!

~Author Julie Ford

 

Prologue

The first anniversary of my father’s death was even harder on my mother. Back then, I thought she was haunted most by what she didn’t know. I refused to blame her when she raged above me on our staircase that night, drunk and sad and angry. When she made me promise I’d never ride again. When she hurled a half-full bottle of vodka at my face and it exploded on the wooden stairs at my feet. I hadn’t tried to get out of the way. She had just missed.
I wanted to tell her that knowledge was no solace, that what you know can burn inside you until there’s nothing left but guilt and ash. I also wanted to protect her from losing the only piece of him she had left. So I didn’t say a word.

 

Author Jadie Jones

Georgia native Jadie Jones first began working for a horse farm at twelve years old, her love of horses matched only by her love of books. She went on to acquire a B.A. in equine business management, and worked for competitive horse farms along the east coast. The need to write followed wherever she went.
She currently coaches a hunt seat equitation team that competes in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association, and lives with her family in the foothills of north Georgia. When she’s not working on the next installment of the Moonlit series, she is either in the saddle or exploring the great outdoors with her daughter. Moonlit is her first book.

 

Blog Tour Giveaway

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Ends 6/21/13

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Tour Schedule 

June 3rd
I Am A Reader, Not A Writer – Interview
Melissa’s Eclectic Bookshelf – Interview
Reader Girls – Tens List
Vonnie’s Reading Corner – Review

June 4th
Spellbindings – Guest Post
Sarah Ballance – Tens List
Word to Dreams – Spotlight
fuonlyknew – Review
Colorimetry – Guest Post

June 5th
Bookmarks, Spoilers and Happily Ever After – Spotlight
Clean Teen Reads – Review
Emi Gayle – Interview
Community Bookshop – Review
Books for Tomorrow – Excerpt

June 6th
MK McClintock – Tens List
fundinmental – Review
Auggie Talk – Review
Blkosiner’s Book Blog – Interview
Review From Here – Review

June 7th
Bibliophile Mystery – Review
The Reading Diaries – Review & Interview
Why Not? Because I Said So! – Review
Books Beside My Bed – Spotlight

June 8th
The Edible Bookshelf – Guest Post
Peace From Pieces – Interview
Wintry Words – Spotlight

June 9th
Musings of a Blogder – Tens List
Pieces of Whimsy – Interview

June 10th
Bookwyrming Thoughts – Playlist
Crossroads Review – Interview
Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews – Review & Interview
A Blog Hop Place for Books – Spotlight

A Nights Dream of Books – Interview

The Cover Contessa – Interview

June 11th
Romance With A Book – Interview
Sher A Hart: Writing Art – Review & Excerpt
Froze8’s Blog – Tens List
GeoLibrarian – Review
Books, Books the Magical Fruit – Spotlight

 

June 12th
Pretty Opinionated – Guest Post
Reading Away the Days – Interview
Turning the Pages – Review
Sweeping Me – Excerpt

June 13th
Gobs and Gobs of Books – Guest Post
Good Choice Reading – Interview
Brooke Blogs – Review

June 14th
Recent Reads – Review
Bookhounds YA – Interview
Indie Author How-to – Review
From the Bootheel Cotton Patch – Spotlight

Mythical Books – Excerpt

Cuzinlogic – Interview

Comments

  1. Just an update Contessa at the Crossroads is still down so it needs to be updated to The Witchy Contessa http://www.witchycontessa.com thanks so much

  2. Hi, Kathy!

    I’ve just discovered this book, and can’t wait to read it!! Plus, the cover is just GORGEOUS!! I LOVE horses, and the color blue (which is featured in the lower right-hand corner of the cover, as well as at the top, in aqua) is my absolute favorite color! Also, I really like the synopsis. I want to find out what happens in this book!! I’d like to join the tour, too, and have sent you an email about this (fingers crossed). Thanks for the giveaway!! 🙂