It's Monday -- you know what that means!  Time for a freebie!

The Prize:

One digital .pdf copy of Ensnared by Blood, the fourth book in the Inherited Damnation series.

Beth Whitley has finally put her life back together after her husband’s betrayal and is determined to piece together the clues to her past. But she never imagines an ancient scroll bearing the name of a Celtic ancestor will plunge her into a world of demonic ritual. Nor does she suspect that a kiss shared with genealogist Fintan McClaine will unveil the secrets of her dreams and a burning desire.

Fintan McClaine wants freedom from the dark curse he’s suffered for centuries. When Beth arrives with evidence that she shares ancestral ties with his Selgovae Celt tribe, he must confront the truth of his inherited damnation. As he struggles to convince Beth the truth within her dreams, she awakens a dangerous and forbidden yearning in his heart.

To save them both, Fintan must convince Beth to believe in herself and her ability to overpower his unholy sire. If he fails, he will remain an eternal slave to his tainted blood and lose Beth forever.

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The Question:
Do you believe in the paranormal?


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1 Response so far.

  1. I'm not sure if I believe in the paranormal. I think at some point in our lives, we would like there to be something other than us in this world. In reading paranormal books, though, there is always another world, another alpha or beta hero, another person, shifter, vampire, zombie, etc. to help us take our minds off everyday life and have some different experiences.


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