Thanks to happylilbooknook for letting me be apart of this book tour.
I’ve not had chance to read this book yet but I’m really excited to read Fair to Hope by Sam Reed because it sounds like its a brilliant fantasy book that would enjoy reading. Also I’ve heard nothing but great things about it and I always like to reading books from authors that are new to me. So hopefully I will be picking up this book soon and falling in love with it as are many other people.
Fair To Hope was released on the 30th August, click the links below to find out more information.
Velma had lived two lives: her first as a former foster kid, and her second as an unlikely recruit into a secret order that satisfied her need for retribution. Her fifteen-year-old self had given up on hope, but after three years with the Taram, she’d found her life’s purpose.
That is, until she is surprisingly named Kachina, the fabled chosen empowered to fight the last battle for the fate of the world. Having to kill someone she loves was never part of the bargain, even if it means saving everyone else from damnation.
Building a normal life free from the pull of the Taram–seems like the only answer to her prayers. Except her best friend, the other Kachina, is coming. The legend is clear that one of them must die.
Velma will have to weigh the cost of her life against a world that’s constantly betrayed her and quite literally decide if she’ll be damned in dying, taking the whole world with her.
We sat in silence. The blushing waitress cleared our plates while searching Enoch’s face for flirty glances, but his navy blue eyes focused steadily on me. I waited until she walked away before breaking the silence, surprised at the steadiness of my voice. “You know that I’m the Kachina. You know that I’ll ask to be cleansed.”
He nodded. “I do.”
“I don’t know a lot about Cleaners; in fact, as time goes on, I realize I don’t know a lot about anything, but I do know that in choosing to help me, because of who I am, who I’m supposed to be, things could be bad. For you.”
He laughed. “No, pretty one, things will be bad for you. You’re the one running from your destiny. I suspect without warning it will come back and smack you upside your head.”
He was the second man to call me pretty, and I could think of no more profound hint of premonition. The first man to call me beautiful had left me with pieces to mend. It seemed this might end in much the same way. I also knew, regardless of any rational arguments to be made on either of our parts, we were already resigned to our fate.
About the Author
Sam Reed is a born and bred southern girl who grew up reading Toni Morrison, Archie Comics, Christopher Pike, Octavia Butler, Dean Koontz and Stephen King. When she’s not thinking of what to write she is napping or eating, going to church, wishing she could sing, dreaming of owning a tiny house, watching A Different World reruns, trying to perfect her grandma’s biscuit recipe, or reading a book.
*Hosts were provided with a copy of the book for review purposes in exchange for their honest reviews and opinions.*