Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Broken Skies Blog Tour Relaunch!

BROKEN SKIES by Theresa Kay has been RELAUNCHED!

BROKEN SKIES is the first novel in a young adult science-fiction trilogy by Theresa Kay. Perfect for fans of Angelfall by Susan Ee and the Lux series by Jennifer L. Armentrout, it tells the story of seventeen-year-old Jasmine "Jax" Mitchell, an impulsive and traumatized girl whose fierce loyalty to her kidnapped twin brother drives her to rescue him at any cost, even if it means employing the help of a teenaged alien boy with questionable motives. 


"This book had me ALL OVER THE PLACE. Happy, sad, angry, tummy fluttery, giddy, outraged, betrayed...just...all over the place." -- Caylie M., Amazon Reviewer

"This is for those who enjoy exciting, intriguing YA level Sci-Fi and Dystopian with a sweet romance." -- Sophia Rose, Delighted Reader Blog

"The kind of novel that makes you anxiously excited about the series to come!" -- Jocey, Amazon Reviewer

"All I want to keep talking about is how awesome Broken Skies was, how much I loved it and that you must read it, so we can gush about it together!" -- Total Book Geek

Want to know about what happened when BROKEN SKIES got picked up by a publisher? Check out Theresa's reaction here

Follow the tour and you could win a Kindle Paperwhite with an exclusive BROKEN SKIES cover and a $50 Amazon gift card! Click here to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway!


In seventeen-year-old Jax Mitchell's world, humans are nearly extinct and alien settlers have arrived. 

Until recently, the E'rikon have remained segregated in their city and ignored the few humans who have tried to engage them...but now they have taken Jax's brother. To rescue him, she forms an uneasy alliance with a teenage E'rikon left stranded in the woods. She agrees to guide him to the city if he sneaks her past the human-proof barrier. Too bad it's not that simple. 

Jax, who cannot stand to be touched, finds that she's drawn to the alien boy with bright green hair and jewel-like scales down his back. And he's equally affected by her, the courageous redhead with haunted eyes. But she doesn't know the alien's true motives and he has no idea that she is much more than she seems. 

In this world, where alien and human are at odds, the connection forming between the two has consequences. What started off as a rescue mission sets a chain of events in motion which threatens not only the remaining humans and the growing alien society, but Earth itself. 

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Also available NOW on your Kindle! 

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About Theresa Kay: The only person she knows who had a subscription to Writer's Digest at eleven and was always excited to write research papers. Theresa has been putting words to paper since a young age. Living in the mountains of central Virginia with her husband and two kids, she works as a paralegal by day, binges on Netflix at night, and finds bits of time in between reading almost everything she can get her hands on and laundry to craft stories that tend to feature broken characters in sci-fi or paranormal worlds, with a touch of romance thrown in for good measure. She's constantly lost in one fictional universe or another and is a self-proclaimed "fangirl" who loves being sucked into new books or TV shows. Theresa originally wanted to write horror novels as an ode to her childhood passion for Stephen King, but between her internal Muse's ramblings and the constant praise for her sci-fi pieces from her writer's group -- The Rebel Writers -- she knew she should stick with what was working. 

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Thoughts: In exchange for being a part of this blog tour, I received this book for free from the Book Tour Provided eBook. Unfortunately, due to some complications in the blog schedule, I received this spot very last minute, so I have not read the book yet. BUT, Ben at BenjaminofTomes have been raving about this book, so color me intrigued! This has been pushed to the top of my TBR pile for February, so expect a review within the month!
Tell me: does BROKEN SKIES sound like it's right up your alley? Let me know in the comments below and if the answer is yes, be sure to pick up your own copy using the links above!

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