Book Blitz.EXCERPT :Sonar the Cyclone (Sonar #2) by B Truly
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This book blitz is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours. The book blitz runs from 30 November till 4 December, you can view the complete blitz schedule on the website of Lola’s Blog Tours.
So far this series contains 3 books: Sonar The Crashing (Sonar #1), Melanie’s Evanescent Journey (Sonar #1.5) and Sonar the Cyclone (Sonar #2)
Is your destiny determined by what the future has foretold? Or is fate deemed in the hands of what you behold?
The Royal 4 are now back on their home territory of Nazari, determined to get things back to normal. Syira’s forbidden love is being held captive. She is hell-bent on fighting for him despite the immense obstacles. She must find a way to convince her race that Kadeem is not dangerous. Their threat lies from deeper within.
Shiray has accepted her past and is moving forward with her life, but it comes back to haunt her tenfold. That all changes when she stumbles across the truth. Now, she must pick up the pieces of her shattered life.
They are in the calm but know when they approach the dirty side of the Cyclone storm, terrible things will unravel. The future is revealed and they get a glimpse of Fate’s course. Time is not on their side. They must attempt to change their destiny or their world will be doomed.
You can find Sonar the Cyclone on Goodreads
Is it more than déjà vu? With the Romeland family it may be destined to be true.
Life on Earth is not the only place where devastation occurs and hard choices must be made. The Royal 4 of Kadan live in the Sonar galaxy three million light years from Earth. They travel to Earth to obtain the resources they need to give their world a fighting chance.
Their mission is compromised and they’re faced with life changing events. They have amnesia and no memory of their past. Strange dreams start to occur. They wonder if it’s more than a dream, or is it déjà vu?
The mind is a complex mystery. Amnesia is a secret unknown. The role it manifests in these characters’ lives is a catastrophic cyclone.
Shiray is frantic when she is the first to find out about their true destiny and that the love of her life no longer remembers who she is. She must find a way to restore her family before all is lost. They must prevail because the fate of their planet lies in their hand.
What would you do if you had amnesia and fell in love, only to learn upon regaining your memory, that you are already married?
Find out in this New Adult, Sci-Fi, Romance thriller!
You can find Sonar the Crashing on Goodreads
New Adult, Paranormal-Romance Companion novel for The Sonar Series
True Love may cost a price, if the greater good preordains that you are the sacrifice.
There are always two sides to a story. Melanie Wilhelm’s begins after she moves from Australia and starts her senior year at Cashmere High. On her first day, she bumps into a mysterious guy, and they form an instant connection. They become friends and he shares his deepest secret with her. As they grow closer, their relationship amplifies and becomes binding. Strange things occur, but instead of worrying, Melanie’s feelings intensify.
The excitement of New Year’s Eve approaches, and so does Jason’s most devastating revelation of all. She learns his ultimate truth and is now spun into his chaotic web. The danger rises and hard choices must be made. By being with Jason, Melanie may have to sacrifice more than her heart. It may cost her life.
Melanie’s Evanescent Journey ties into books one and two of The Sonar Trilogy. From spiraling twists to devastating plots, her journey will make you question fate and true love.
Is fate something you can control? Some believe it’s in the hands of what you behold.
You can find Melanie’s Evanescent Journey on Goodreads
B Truly has wanted to be an author since she was fifteen years old and is grateful to have accomplished this dream. She has very vivid dreams and a wild imagination. She likes to read, watch tons of TV shows, and movies. She is addicted to romance and gets a thrill out of action and suspense. She writes New Adult Fantasy, Sci-fi, and Paranormal-Romance.
In the Sonar series, B Truly said, “It was fun to explore different elements of Sci-fi romance and create various realms of powers for my characters. I want to show my readers that Sci-fi can be fun, but also traumatic. I hope you guys enjoy the Sonar Series.”
B Truly has three wonderful children and a husband who defines the person she today. She works full-time as an Ultrasound technologist in Sugarland, Texas.
There are two different tour wide giveaways for the book blitz of Sonar the Cyclone.
For the first giveaway one winner will win the following prizes: a $20 Amazon gift card and Swag: 1 Sonar The Cyclone photo magnet, 1 Dance with Amnesia photo magnet, 1 Melanie’s Evanescent Journey bookmark and 1 Sonar The Crashing pen.
For a chance to win, you have the visit the excerpt stops during this blitz and answer 5 questions. There is one questions for each excerpt. You can submit your answers in the giveaway form.
These are the questions you have to answer:
– Question 1: What is Kadeem’s power?
– Question 2: What is the name of the Kadanan that told Syira what she was carrying was blasphemy?
– Question 3: What is the name of the Kadanan gift that Syira and Kadeem experienced?
– Question 4: What was the name of Syira’s ex-suitor?
– Question 5: What power did Shiray’s attacker have in this excerpt?
The answers can be found during the book blitz. Each day has a corresponding excerpt, so the answer to the first question can be found in the excerpt posted on day 1 of the tour, answer 2 can be found in the excerpt during the second day of the tour etc.
Answer the questions in the giveaway form for a chance to win.
For the second tour wide giveaway, one winner will win the following prizes: a 10$ Amazon gift card, Sonar The Cyclone e-book and a Sonar The Cyclone photo magnet.
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Chapter 2 (Excerpt #2)
The sunlight beamed against my eyelids as I opened them. I felt warmth lying next to me. I had my back to his front and he had one of his arms wrapped around my waist. I inhaled his scent. Umm, he smelled so good. He was still asleep and seemed so peaceful. His golden, dirty blond hair cascaded around his perfectly sculpted face. He was the one who was beautiful. I traced my finger over his cheek and his eyes fluttered.
“Good morning, my love,” he said in a low, husky voice.
“I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to wake you. You look so peaceful when you sleep.”
“This is the best sleep I’ve ever had.”
“I’m glad you slept well. I did, too.”
“When do we need to be downstairs?”
I glanced at the time on the night stand. “We have time. Do you want to get ready?”
“No, not yet. I would like to stay in bed with you for as long as possible. I can really get used to this.”
“You are so sweet.”
He rolled his eyes. “Only with you.”
I wrapped my arms around his neck and he hugged me back tightly. “It shouldn’t take us long to get dressed,” I said kissing him. “Let’s continue what we started last night.”
“You’re a demanding little thing.”
“Shut up and kiss me.”
“We’re ready,” I told Sharaf and Tazman, who were waiting to escort us. They walked on each side of Kadeem. I was in front of them. Everyone stared as we made our way downstairs. Some Kadanans appeared shocked, others angry, and, surprisingly, some looked amused. As long as my father backed me, they would honor his request. I glanced at Kadeem. His face was impassive. I couldn’t tell what he was thinking. I kept my head high as I strolled into the dining room.
My father, John, Shi, my brothers, and their seconds were there. I sat across from Shi and Bryan. Kadeem sat down next to me. Sharaf and Tazman stepped a few feet away. I tried not to pay attention to how everyone glared. You could feel the tension radiating in the room.
“Good morning, Syira. I trust you didn’t have any problems yesterday?”
“No, we didn’t, Your Highness,” Kadeem answered.
“Very well, let’s eat,” my father stated.
“Hi, Shi,” I said.
“Hey, Syira … Kadeem,” Shi replied.
“Bryan, this is Kadeem. You two have never been formally introduced.”
“Hello,” Bryan spoke congenially.
“It’s nice to meet you, Bryan.”
At least Bryan was nice about it. Nile sat a couple of seats down and you could all but see the fumes coming off him. I definitely wasn’t going to introduce them. I introduced him to Nazar and the other seconds instead. The rest of breakfast went fairly well. Shi and I talked and included Kadeem in the conversation.
“You seem to be adjusting,” Shi told Kadeem.
“Things are definitely looking up now that I am with Syira.”
“You do seem to truly care for my sister,” Bryan acknowledged.
“Very much so.”
“Good. Then I won’t have to tell you what would happen if you ever hurt my only sister,” Bryan said with an amused expression.
Kadeem stifled a grin. “I would expect no less.”
“Do you have any plans today, Syira?” Shi asked.
“Kadeem has to stay in my room except for meals. So unless Father has business to discuss, I’ll be with him.”
“Well, Kadeem, keep doing what you are. And hopefully my people will come around,” Bryan said.
“I think once the baby comes it will help with the situation,” Shi added.
“It really doesn’t matter what anyone thinks, honestly. It’s not going to change anything,” I said, glancing down at my stomach.
“It will work out, somehow,” Shi encouraged.
“And we will support you no matter what, Syira,” Bryan said.
The saying “It’s too good to be true” sprang to mind. After breakfast, Kadeem went ahead, escorted by Tazman and Sharaf. I told him I would only be a moment while I spoke with Rose, one of our maidens. Not a minute later, I heard an altercation down the hall. Rose and I dashed around the corner. Petar, a lieutenant in John’s unit, was in Kadeem’s face, along with his comrade, whose name I couldn’t remember.
“This Polar can’t be trusted to roam free,” Petar spat.
“What is the meaning of this?” Petar’s comrade asked.
“Those are King Julius’ orders,” Sharaf countered.
“I will have a word with the king,” Petar challenged.
I waltzed right in front of Petar the a-hole. “Who are you to question my father’s orders?”
Petar’s dull brown eyes grew wide for a second, and then he regained his composure.
“Your Highness, I meant no disrespect, but he is a spy. We can’t fall into his trap.”
“Kadeem is no spy. We were raised to judge only if one has been found guilty.”
“I care about your safety, Your Highness, as well as my people. Why do you defend our enemy’s son?”
A crowd gathered, and I didn’t know how to diffuse this situation. Kadeem’s mouth formed a tight line but he said nothing.
“Kadeem’s no concern of yours, Petar. You should keep your comments to yourself.”
“You seem to know him personally. Are you vouching for him?”
“Petar…” Sharaf warned.
I raised my hand to silence Sharaf. I appreciated him coming to my aid, but I was about to put this prick in his place. “I am.” Petar’s forehead wrinkled and he appeared to be calculating.
“Are you carrying his child?” Petar dared ask. There were several gasps and intakes of breath. “I think we have a right to know. And if that’s the case, it’s blasphemy you are carrying.”
A scarlet aura invaded my vision and I was unaware of what happened next. Petar went hurling through the air. He crashed into the hall pillar and fell, out cold.