Join Us For The Re-release Of “Hateful Burden” By Natalie Gibson And Enter One Awesome Contest!

 

I am sharing this for my awesome author friend Natalie Gibson, who had her book completely re-vamped by my beloved book designers Blue Harvest Creative! I’ve read this book and LOVED it! Learn more about this awesome thriller below. 🙂

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The Carrier Trilogy is a gaslight-era paranormal horror series. In these psychological thrillers, friend and foe are not always what they seem. They are told through the eyes and words of Lady Ramillia Winmoore, daughter of the late Earl of Brooksberry. She finds herself immersed in a society of cruel immortals that will stop at nothing to claim her and to use her for their own personal gain. In this dark urban fantasy, paranormal powers are bred and collected, but she is determined to protect herself and her children—no matter what the consequences may be. These books are dark and gritty in a way that only the late 1800s London can be.

And now,  book one of  the Carrier Trilogy, Hateful Burden, has been edited and designed by Blue Harvest Creative.  It sports a brand new cover and interior design for print along with a matching eBook.

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Available NOW on Amazon and soon to be available on Barnes & Noble

Click HERE to purchase the eBook

Click HERE to purchase the paperback

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Book Blurb:

Lady Ramillia Winmoore, daughter of the Earl of Brooksberry, has suffered from gaps in her memory her entire life. But this darkness is a blessing. Whenever she feels threatened, it takes over and protects her from feeling pain or even the slightest bit of discomfort. That is until the day she awakens strapped to an examining table at the West Freeman Asylum for Lunatics.

Imprisoned for the gruesome murder of her parents, Ramillia learns she has lost ten months to the darkness. Forced to endure years of torturous treatments in a grimy, hidden cell, salvation arrives in the form of a benefactor named Sir Julian Lawrence. Betrothed to her through an arranged marriage, he helps her gain freedom.

But appearances are deceiving and soon Ramillia learns the cost she must pay. The horrors she encounters in his household are far worse than the asylum when he inducts her into a society of blood-thirsty, cruel immortals. Soon she is forced to join them and accept their way of life.

Now Ramillia must break free of a prison she cannot see, kill an enemy that cannot die, and find a daughter that she cannot remember—all with the help of an ally she does not know. Who is Sally and can she be trusted? Is this mysterious and frightening woman trying to save her or is she planning on saving Ramillia for herself?

Be Sure To Enter The “Evil Has No Face But It Could Have Yours Contest!

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Check Out The Other Prizes You Can Win!

  • First Prize—a signed print copy of Hateful Burden and your choice of one eBook copy (Kindle format only) of any of Natalie Gibson’s other titles
  • Second Prize—an eBook copy of Hateful Burden (your choice of Kindle or ePub format)
  • Third Prize—a signed 11 x 17 Hateful Burden poster designed and donated by Blue Harvest Creative (Five available!)

Contest Rules And Disclaimers:

  • Please note Natalie Gibson writes for adults. You must be 18 or older to enter this contest
  • We reserve the right to reject any photos of a questionable nature

To enter the contest, visit Natalie Gibson’s website by clicking HERE

Join in on all the evil fun during our Facebook event on May 3, 2013!

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4 thoughts on “Join Us For The Re-release Of “Hateful Burden” By Natalie Gibson And Enter One Awesome Contest!

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