And the cover for Whisper looks like …
Exciting I know! Read on for more information, and leave a comment (again, winner will be chosen by Random.org) below saying if you have read either of Chelsea’s other books, Nocturnal (The Noctalis Chronicles, Book 1), or Nightmare (The Noctalis Chronicles, Book 2).
Both of which are good, and if you have not read them, they both come highly recommended by me.
People think I’m crazy. Maybe I am, since I’ve been able to talk to spirits for as long as I can remember. They are the forgotten, the souls who have unfinished business and can’t cross over. I help them, or at least I try to. There’s this one in particular, Jack, I call him, who’s been following me around a lot. Usually they tell me what they need to do and move on. Not him.
You don’t look like the kind of girl who would speak to the dead.
“I can’t decide if that’s meant to be offensive or not.” He was right, though. From my t-shirt which had a picture of the Cookie Monster on it and a caption that read, “Come to the Dark Side, we have cookies,” my holy yoga pants that had never been used for yoga, and my mismatched Christmas socks, to my not-straight-but-not-curly blond-ish hair, I didn’t look like the kind of girl who would talk to dead people. I didn’t hang out in cemeteries and listen to too much Evanescence and wear a lot of crystals. Not that there was anything wrong with any of those things.
It was not meant to be offensive.
“What was it meant to be?” I pulled my knees up and put my chin on them.
Didn’t your mother call you for dinner?
Evasive. There was definitely something different about him. Most spirits were so confused about where they were or if they were dead they didn’t know how to be evasive. This guy was something else.
“You sure you don’t want anything?”
No. Just visiting. Spirits didn’t visit. The only reason they hung around was to accomplish something they’d left undone. So either he didn’t want to tell me, or he was just messing with me.
“Well, if you want to stick around, that’s your choice, but I’m going to pretend you aren’t here.”
Do whatever you want. He was starting to get on my nerves. I walked to the doorway. Once I was through there, I was going to pretend I was normal.
“Okay, I’m going to stop talking to you now.”
“Thank you.” I took a step.
“Ugh, stop it!”
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Once again, thank you to Chelsea Cameron for the opportunity to be part of the cover reveal and for offering this giveaway! You continue to rock my socks right off!