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The Siren's Realm Blog Tour

Today is my stop on the Siren's Realm Blog Tour hosted by Giselle at Xpresso Tours, I Have an Excerpt and giveaway and i will be posting a review soon after.

The Siren’s Realm by Megan O’Russell
(The Tethering, #2)
Publication date: April 29th 2015
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult




Synopsis:

Jacob loves Emilia Gray, but things aren’t always that simple in the world of Magickind…
The war has begun.
The Dragons are gaining power, and the Gray Clan stands alone. Desperate to find a way to stop the Pendragon, Emilia is forced to seek answers from someone who hasn’t been seen in seventeen years . . . Her mother. Embarking on a magical journey filled with witches, wizards, centaurs and a dangerous and powerful Siren, Jacob and Emilia must take a leap of faith to a land neither could have ever imagined . . . and hope they can then find their way home.












   
AUTHOR BIO:
 Megan O’Russell is thrilled to have published her premier novel The Tethering with Silence in the Library Publishing. Originally from New York, Megan is a professional actress who spends her time traveling the country for different shows. When not on stage or writing, Megan spends time with her beloved ukulele and her wonderful husband. To follow Megan’s writing adventures, you can visit her website at meganorussell.com.
https://twitter.com/MeganORussell



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                                                                      Excerpt

A faint breeze tickled the back of Jacob’s neck. He turned to see the door shutting silently behind them.
They stood in a huge hallway. A ballroom opened in front of them with windows looking out onto the ocean. The hallway was lined with large doors on either side, but there was not a person in sight.
Emilia pointed toward the ballroom. It was the only open door and the only source of light. Jacob nodded, and they started forward, the thick carpet muffling their footsteps so the silence remained. They reached the foot of a staircase that ended next to the ballroom doors. As they passed the stairs, the doors to the ballroom slammed shut with a boom that echoed through the house. Jacob pulled Emilia back, looking for someone who could have closed the doors, but still they were alone.
Jacob’s blood pounded in his ears like a muffled drum as the silence returned. Emilia led him back toward the other doors. A sliding sound to their left pulled Jacob’s gaze to light blue walls adorned in white, but as he took a step forward, the doors snapped back together with a loud bang that seemed to shake the air around them. But then Jacob noticed that the sounds from the other end of the hall were coming

 closer, creeping steadily toward them as more and more doors added themselves to the growing chorus of clangs. Crash, crash, crash. Jacob cupped his hands over Emilia’s ears just as all of the doors in the hall opened and slammed at once with a sound like a cannon that ripped through the house. “Up we go?” Jacob asked, finally lowering his hands from Emilia’s ears.
“I think that’s what she wants.”
Jacob followed Emilia up the ruby red, carpeted stairs. The staircase turned back on itself before reaching the second floor. Jacob expected to see another hallway, with more slamming doors. But in front of them was a silk curtain of deep violet.
“Welcome Emilia, daughter of the Gray Clan,” said a voice from behind the curtain. The voice didn’t sound centuries old. On the contrary, it sounded light and musical. “I did not think that I would ever meet another member of my Clan. Although, I suppose you are not truly a Gray.”
Jacob looked at Emilia nervously.
“And Jacob Evans. The boy with no family and one of the most powerful enemies in the world.” 




















Last but not least enter this international giveaway to win

  • Signed copy of both The sirens realm book 1 and 2
  • Signed copy of Elected by Rori Shay
  • Signed copy of Vision of Shadows by Vincent Morrone 




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