Clarissa Johal: Happy Halloween Book Sale!

Friday, October 31, 2014

Happy Halloween Book Sale!

OmniLit is having a ONE day sale today--which means STRUCK and BETWEEN are both 50% off!

BETWEEN by Clarissa Johal
How far would you go to redeem yourself?

As a young girl, Lucinda was able to see spirits, a gift that didn't come without its problems. Now, a dedicated young veterinarian, she is committed to the idea that every life can be saved.

After a devastating accident, Lucinda tries to escape her past by moving to a small town. There, she meets a newcomer and feels an immediate connection with him. But there is another mysterious stranger to the small town, one that stirs within her a mixture of unease and desire.

As Lucinda is drawn into a bitter tug-a-war from the forces around her, she is likewise pulled into a dangerous twist of past and present events. Forced to make difficult choices, she finds that the two men are locked in not only a battle for her life...but a battle for their salvation.

50% off today only via OmniLit

STRUCK by Clarissa Johal

The shadows hadn't been waiting.
The shadows had been invited.

After a painful breakup, Gwynneth Reese moves in with her best friend and takes a job at a retirement home. She grows especially close to one resident, who dies alone the night of a terrific storm. On the way home from paying her last respects, Gwynneth is caught in another storm and is struck by lightning. She wakes in the hospital with a vague memory of being rescued by a mysterious stranger. Following her release from the hospital, the stranger visits her at will and offers Gwynneth a gift--one that will stay the hands of death. Gwynneth is uncertain whether Julian is a savior or something more sinister... for as he shares more and more of this gift, his price becomes more and more deadly.

There's still time to enter my Coffin Hop contest for an ecopy of STRUCK.

Contest closes at midnight tonight.


A. F. Stewart said...

Good luck with the sale, and Happy Halloween!

Clarissa Johal, Author said...

Thanks! I'm sure the OmniLit site will do quite well :) They have lots of books