Three Times Torn Blog Tour

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Title: Three Times Torn 

Author: Felisha Antonette 

Series: A Burdened Novel #2

 Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance 

Release Date: January 9, 2017 

Print Length: 437 Pages 

Format: Digital and Paperback 

ISBN: 978-0-9971455-4-0

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Living for someone has never been this literal. Tracey’s fun and free life has taken a nefarious turn. Since releasing her heart to Nathan, the repercussions for choosing to love a Burdened Sephlem have been deadly, daunting, and more dangerous than she ever predicted.  If life only allowed her a moment to breathe, to break away from her tainted father and chaotic friend, the injurious bonding may be easier. But there are sentiments rushing through her veins that is twisting her through a whirlwind of bliss and chaos. And a breath of fresh air only resides in one place. . . Until he’s changed. . . Someone who lives to destroy Tracey’s mate, Nathan, has the perfect concoction for tragedy and Tracey is his primary ingredient. Influenced by the sinister intentions of Roehl, Nathan’s half-brother, Tracey’s outlook on her bond has faltered. She will be required to choose again, and all signs point in the wrong direction; for her and her friend.  Can bonds tied to the soul be broken? Or will a Burdened Sephlem have to bare his soul to keep his mate.

Excerpt 

I cross the room, stopping before I get in front of him. “I don’t know how to do that.”

His hand shoots out, easing around my waist, and yanks me to him. “The same way you do everything else,” he affirms, taking my hand his and placing his lips to my palm. A cool breeze I recall sweeping over my face that took away my feather, black hand, and heals me blows across my hand. It tingles with him being so close and the touch of his lips against it. “Just barely kiss my back on each side and maybe in the middle. As you desire for them to go away, you breathe out through your desire for them to fade. And hope you don’t get something started.” He moves my hand to his shoulder. I smile, failing at holding it back. Him saying that is getting something started.

I climb onto the bed behind him. The marks make his back a different kind of attractive. Maybe, deadly attractive, when you know it’s something you aren’t supposed to be involved with . . . but you go with it anyway.

I sweep my fingertips over their areas.

His head falls forward as he mumbles, “Can you not touch me like this? We have to be down for dinner, and then go to your house to finish helping your parents pack for their departure week after next. Keep touching me like this and we’re going to miss something.”

Bringing my lips to the curve of his ear, I drip a kiss on his earlobe. “I vote dinner,” I whisper, kissing the side of his shoulder.

Twisting around, he wraps his hand around my neck, pulling me into his stop my heart from beating, steal the breath from my body, kiss. I lay back on the bed, taking him with me.

He welcomes himself between my legs, gliding his hand over my thighs right up to my butt.

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About the author and where to find her:

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Felisha (Peiri) Antonette writes heart-throbbing young adult and new adult romantic suspense, paranormal, science fiction, and contemporary romance with compelling characters who stick with you long after you turn the last page.

When she’s not writing, Felisha spends time with her beautiful daughter, staying cool in Arizona, considering mountain climbing, and finding a way to get back to her hometown Chicago. With a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Creative Writing, she can pick apart a person’s motivations to create a believable character, but she has yet to master time management.

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