Moonlit Book Blast and Giveaway

Hi, all. Sher here with a huge sigh of relief. Taxes are done and now for some fun! I can read again. That’s like eating and drinking for some. I’ve felt deprived the last few weeks while buried under IRS paperwork. I’m happy to present the book blast and giveaway for Moonlit by author Jadie Jones via Book Blasts and Blog Tours. Look at those gorgeous horses!


Eighteen-year-old Tanzy Hightower knows horses, has grown up with them on Wildwood Farm. She also knows not to venture beyond the trees that line the pasture. Things happen out there that can’t be explained. Or undone. Worse, no one but she and the horses can see what lurks in the shadows of the woods.

When a moonlit ride turns into a terrifying chase, Tanzy is left to question everything, from the freak accident that killed her father to the very blood in her veins. Broken and confused, she turns to Lucas, a scarred, beautiful stranger, and to Vanessa, a charming new friend who has everything Tanzy doesn’t.

But why do they seem to know more about her than she knows herself?


“Virginia’s trees look like they’re burning. Most of them blaze crimson or gold, but some still have a chokehold on their green. I wish they’d give it up already. Leaves are more beautiful when they’re dying.”

And so Moonlit begins. From here the story rolls from one twist to another with many vivid characters whose motives are hard to predict. I found myself being suspicious of everyone, wanting to tell Tanzy to be very careful. The deeper I fell into the plot, the more questions kept rising to the surface. But not to worry, all of my questions were answered. Appropriate for all ages, if you love paranormal fantasy mixed with suspense, mystery and other-worldly romance, you’ll love this novel!

~Author Julie Ford


The first anniversary of my father’s death was even harder on my mother. Back then, I thought she was haunted most by what she didn’t know. I refused to blame her when she raged above me on our staircase that night, drunk and sad and angry. When she made me promise I’d never ride again. When she hurled a half-full bottle of vodka at my face and it exploded on the wooden stairs at my feet. I hadn’t tried to get out of the way. She had just missed.
I wanted to tell her that knowledge was no solace, that what you know can burn inside you until there’s nothing left but guilt and ash. I also wanted to protect her from losing the only piece of him she had left. So I didn’t say a word.

Author Jadie Jones

Georgia native Jadie Jones first began working for a horse farm at twelve years old, her love of horses matched only by her love of books. She went on to acquire a B.A. in equine business management, and worked for competitive horse farms along the east coast. The need to write followed wherever she went.
She currently coaches a hunt seat equitation team that competes in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association, and lives with her family in the foothills of north Georgia. When she’s not working on the next installment of the Moonlit series, she is either in the saddle or exploring the great outdoors with her daughter. Moonlit is her first book.

Book Blast Giveaway
$50 Amazon Gift Card or Paypal Cash
Ends 5/5/13

Thanks to Paul, who I hope is having a great family vacation in Ireland, I didn’t have to find all our open giveaway links myself.  To start, check out Hades and the Helm of Darkness Book Blast and giveaway (ends 4/25). Then stop by the Jack Templar and the Monster Hunter Academy Book Blast and Giveaway (ends 4/19), Hunted Book Blast (ends 4/25), the Blue Hearts of Mars Tour Excerpt and Giveaway (ends 4/19), and finally Pheme the Gossip Book Blast (ends 4/21). Don’t forget to leave a comment. What is it about horses that makes them so much more fascinating than cows, for example?

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  1. I found your great blog through the WLC Blog Follows on the World Literary Cafe! Great to connect!

  2. Glad you’re done with your taxes. I know how much you miss the writing.

    I think people like horses better because cows don’t look as intelligent as horses.

  3. Hey, Ken, I’m SO glad I’m done with taxes too because now I get to read your next chapter. And that could be part of a horse’s attraction, but I think the other part is that nobody wants to ride a cow.

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