Today I have a pretty exciting blog post, my amazing friend and Author Cynthia is releasing her second book! If you haven’t read it her first one was called Mystic Waters and to this day it’s still one of my favourite books. When she told me she was releasing a second book I was so excited. I knew instantly that it was going to be as good if not better than the first book.
Cynthia asked me if I would like to be involved with the cover reveal and of course I couldn’t say no! So here it is….
I am a lover of beautiful book covers and this one is amazing! Cynthia has also given me a section of the book for you to read;
“I have to warn you,” Amare started, “this is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.” I nodded, ready to get the travel over with. We were standing there in our bikinis, Amare having thrown our other clothes over to disguise the fact that we’d ever been on board.
“I’m—I am not going to kiss babies and pretend I’m Princess Di.” I sighed. “This is war. These are my soldiers…my people. It’s about time they had a real leader.” I took her hand, and she signaled it was time to jump ship. Climbing the metal guard rails, we stood there for a moment, watching the light ripples in the water as the sun began to show itself. I turned to her, noting the energy brimming under her cool exterior. She held my hand tighter, and together we stepped off, the velocity of our fall making me dizzy with excitement.
We splashed into the water and almost immediately transformed, ripping through our bikinis in the process. The water was the clearest I’d seen. There was something to be said about the tropics. Although winter was nearly upon us, the water was still warm—until we reached the lower levels. As we headed farther down, I watched the sea creatures react to our intrusion. Schools of fish dodged us and, as we neared the coast of the small island, I saw a small opening in the rocks.
‘Is that where we’re headed?’ I asked, pointing to it. Amare nodded and grabbed my hand again.
‘There’s going to be a pull, like a current. Just hold on.’ As soon as she said it, I could feel myself being tugged.
‘Where is it taking us?’ I could feel the panic in my words, despite them not having said them aloud.
‘To my world.’ It was announced with pride, and I was wondering if I would even make it when everything went dark.
If that doesn’t excite you I don’t know what will. I cannot wait to get my hands on a copy of the book and read it, and when I do I will definitely let you all know my thoughts.
If you want to know more information here is the link to her blog (which is also pretty amazing) http://cynthiaarodriguez.com/ If you want to follow her on twitter you can find her here.