FIREBALLS & MAGIC

In my last post, I promised you would hear more about Tiffany Shand and her new novel Denai Touch. Well, today I have a treat for you – an exclusive excerpt from the novel. Tiffany has been kind enough (once I twisted her arm a little) to let me post this on here for you. This is taken from the first chapter in the book. Enjoy!

Book Cover

The small seven pointed star around Cate’s neck showed she was a Denai witch. Denais were different to others; they were immortal witches. They had the power to read people’s thoughts and emotions. Some Denais chose to become Enforcers, the police of Magickind who enforced the laws of the United Magickind Council. It was their job to protect the innocent and punish the guilty, ensuring justice was always served.

The rogue coven’s High Priestess was a tall brunette with pitch black eyes that glowed red just before she raised a hand and hurled a fireball at them.

Crap! Cate thought, raising her hand to deflect it using her kinetic powers. Gold light shimmered around Jade’s body as she shifted into a red wolf, and launched herself at the nearest witch, knocking her to the ground. Cate flung out her arm, using her energy to hurl all of them out of the circle. They were stunned for barely a few moments before starting to throw rounds of fireballs.

Double crap!

She raised her gun and sent out a stream of blue energy, stunning the nearest witch, who immediately slumped to the ground unconscious. There were loud booming noises as the fireballs exploded on earth and tombstones; the witches ducked for cover as their magic rebounded on them.

Has this piqued your interest? If you love books about witches, give this a try. You won’t be sorry. Plus, this is the first book in a series so there’s plenty more to come. You’ll find out more of what I think when I post my review, of course.

TTFN

BUY LINK:

http://hyperurl.co/DenaiTouch

 

 

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3 thoughts on “FIREBALLS & MAGIC

  1. Pingback: Next stop on the blog tour Fireballs, Magic and an Interview! | Tiffany Shand

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