Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Eliza Tilton's WICKED PATH Review Tour

Title: Wicked Path
Author: Eliza Tilton 
Genre: YA Fantasy
Hosted by: Lady Amber's PR
In Wicked Path: Book Two of the Daath Chronicles brother and sister are forced to opposite sides of Tarrtainya on a fast-paced adventure where the wildlife isn't the only thing trying to kill them.
Three months have passed since Avikar defeated the Reptilian Prince, and he still can't remember his battle with Lucino. On the hunt for answers, he returns to the scene of the fight and discovers a strange connection between his family's dagger and the mysterious kingdom of Daath, and it seems only his distant father can reveal the truth behind it all.
Before Avikar can travel back home, Lucy assaults him in the market and forces him to flee to Nod Mountains--a place few dare to enter, and even less return from. With Raven and her childhood friend by his side, they must survive the treacherous journey through the pass with a vengeful Lucy hunting them. If they don't, they'll never see home again.
Jeslyn's new life in Luna Harbor is the perfect remedy for her confused and broken heart. But when a group of mercenaries kidnap her beloved Grandfather, interrupting her daily routine as his jewelry apprentice, she's forced to join forces with the one person from her past she tried to forget.
And his assistance comes with a price.
Wicked Path (Daath Chronicles, #2)His memory of the battle with the Reptilian Prince is still held captive within his healing mind and body, yet Avikar had defeated Lucino. When he returns to the battle scene Avikar discovers a connection between his family’s priceless dagger the kingdom of Daath and only one man may know the answers. Answers that Avikar must have and as his journey begins, Lucy appears, assaulting him and forcing him to flee to a land where few dare to go. At his side, under his protection are Raven and her friend.
Meanwhile, far away, Jeslyn has become a jeweler’s apprentice as her heart heals from her losses. Bur mercenaries will destroy her new life by kidnapping her grandfather forcing the last man she needs to see back into her life. While her brother is far off facing his own danger, Jeslyn must decide, should she accept the price of help or attempt to go alone? Torn between her feelings for Lucino and the horrors of what he did to her brother, how can she trust her heart to know its true feelings?

Eliza Tilton’s Wicked Path finds us back in the lives of young Jeslyn and Avikar where they are targets for death and more from the Reptilians.

Still a fast-paced tale, still told with the attention to detail that shows the connection this author feels to her story, still mesmerizing for readers! Will the Reptilians continue their attempt to take over the world? Are humans still targeted for death or enslavement? How can Lucino say he is in love with a human and still destroy her world? Is it his human half weakening his resolve? How can two pairs of brothers and sisters feel such polar opposite feelings?

So many lives are on the line, so much anger, so many tortured emotions and no one answer will rest the haunting whispers from within. Take the journey with Eliza Tilton and know you have truly left reality for another dimension.
Eliza graduated from Dowling College with a BA in Visual Communications. When she’s not arguing with excel at her day job, or playing Dragon Age 2, again, she’s writing. Her stories hold a bit of the fantastical and there’s always a romance. Her YA Fantasy series, The Daath Chronicles, is published by Curiosity Quills Press.
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Our ship was gone, leaving us alone in an empty sea. Out here with nothing but calm water, I felt deserted; terrified. All those mornings I’d wished to venture out into the sea, to explore its beauty and splendor, I had no real understanding of the danger. How easily it was to be lost—and what about the creatures? We had no weapons, and if a shark attacked, how would we survive?
I wrapped my arms around my sides, praying and wishing this was all a horrific dream—that Grandfather was safe in his bed, snoring, and none of this was real.
Because if it wasn’t a dream, I was going to die.

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