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This Hop is hosted by author
Kallysten

and the blog
Riverina Romantics
In addition to individual prizes provided on each blog, they are offering assorted swag to the first 100 participants who simply tell them they want some!

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Do you believe in Fate and Destiny? I do. I think there is something magical about where people end up in their lives. There are so many different choice we make every single day that change the outcome of every hour of every day, and therefore, our lives. It is amazing to me to think of the journey we are on. Would things be different this hour if I had made a different decision two hours ago?

In my newest release of the Six Saviors Series, Fate and Destiny play a large part in this  romance. Every decision that the characters make has a consequence, and we don’t know until much later what that consequence will be. At the end of it all, two of them do find love, and to me, that is the most magical thing of all.

TANGLED FATES

Tangled Fates is out TODAY!

Book 1 of the Six Saviors Series, The Light Within Me, is free at all major ebook outlets

Tangled Fates Blurb

“SR44 is no more.”

With those words, Cohen of the Six Saviors feels like his whole world is unraveling at the seams. Consumed by sadness, anger, and guilt for breaking his mating vows to his beloved SR44ian mate, Cohen makes a sacrificial oath to honor her in death.

Annis, a female SR44 Warrior, was sent to Earth right before SR44 was destroyed. But her new human body has restrictions—during the day she is blind, but once the sun goes down, her vision returns. As she struggles to find her place among the Six Saviors, she finds herself the target for Cohen’s unwarranted anger. An explosive argument between them ensues, changing their relationship forever.

Blake, a half-human half-Colonist, has finally discovered a place he calls home. As he and Annis grow closer, his feelings for her can’t be ignored, and he must figure out a way to stay true to his heart or risk losing her forever.

As the Six Saviors are forced into the underbelly of humanity to catch a Colonist’s offspring, and danger from The Platoon threatens to rip the Six Saviors apart, Cohen, Annis, and Blake must face the ghosts of their pasts and try to sort out the tangled web of their lives.

For an EXCERPT of Tangled Fates, please go HERE

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59 thoughts on “The Magic Touch Giveaway Hop

  1. thank you a lot for this giveaway. i think destiny or fate can have a hand in our life for example to decide teh moment when we meet teh right person but then we have to work to make it last

  2. I think one of my favorite things about PNR is the huge part that destiny plays in the story. I am a believer in both fate and destiny, although both can be a pain at times.

  3. Sometimes I do believe in fate and destiny, but I also hate the thought that everything we do is preconceived and there is no changing it, so I also like to think that we have several different possible destinies and our choices determine which one we head towards.

  4. I think I do believe in fate/destiny, sometimes a turn will just end up in the right place 🙂 Thank you for participating in this fun hop.

  5. I think there are too many choices in our lives that we make our own fate/destiny, it is not pre-determined.

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  6. Thank you for the giveaway. No I do not believe in either. I believe every choice we make on a day to day basis place us where we are not fate or destiny.

  7. What kind of romantic would I be if I didn’t?
    This is an awesome blog hop! I’m a big fan of supernatural books especially romantic ones. I love magic and I love that you never know what people’s abilities are going to be. It leaves so much more open to guessing because the world that the author builds all of a sudden does NOT follow our world’s rules. I love when people can listen to thoughts or move things with their minds. I also think being able to control other’s emotions would be a handy gift. Probably my favorite books involving people with magic are ‘Beautiful Creatures’ and ‘Poison Study.’ It must be hard to be responsible for such power. I love when Lena from ‘Beautiful Creatures’ is trying to harness all she has. It’s something akin to the awkwardness we all go through in middle school in which we are trying to figure out who we are.
    Thanks for the giveaway and I’m gonna keep on hopping!
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  8. I do believe in destiny and/or fate, I don’t think it is necessarily the only thing driving our future, but I think it has a big impact. thanks for the post. lisagk(at)yahoo

  9. I like to read about fate and destiny but I think we make our own destiny! Thanks for this amazing giveaway – I would love to win!

  10. I believe in fate and destiny. what I like about the books I read are that mates are sometimes fated and it is their destiny to be mated forever. Thanks for being part of the hop and for the chance to win.
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  11. Yes and no. I believe we are all fated to be who we are, but I also think it is up to the individual to change or follow their own destiny. We are all given the choice to be who we want to be, especially where good and evil are concerned. We are fated to be a person, but it is our choice to go which ever way we choose, hence our destiny is our own.

  12. Very much so! I think there are things that fate/destiny has in mind for us and will happen no matter what path(s) we choose

  13. I think they go hand and hand one with the other I think your fate and your destiny plays apart in who you are

  14. Yes I do believe in fate and destiny and I believe things happe for reasons and Karma will bite you someday… I also believe in Love at First sight but I think that is the romantic in me…..

  15. I do believe in Fate and Destiny, but I also think we create our own to some extent. It’s a hard one to rationalize!

  16. I do not believe in Fate or Destiny. I believe we make our own fate, within the limits set for us by God.

  17. To an extent. I think there are things/people we are more inclined to do/like, but it’s how we choose to act and how we are raised that can influence whether we follow that destiny.

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