THUNDERSTRUCK by Brenda Drake … win this swag pack & read the first chapter!
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THUNDERSTRUCK by Brenda Drake … win this swag pack & read the first chapter!

I’m so excited for the release of THUNDERSTRUCK on September 11! If you’ve pre-ordered a copy or planning to pre-order it, sign up for a chance to win the above swag pack. The pack includes Wonder Woman socks, a Thor lanyard, and a necklace with Thor’s hammer flanked by a raven and a wolf. The hammer, wolf, and raven all appear in the novel and Stevie Moon dressed up as Wonder Woman for her comic vlog. The socks are adorable and I so had to buy an extra pair for myself. You enter the giveaway in the Rafflecopter below. Also, I wanted to share the first chapter of THUNDERSTRUCK today. I hope you enjoy it. Releasing September 11, 2017 Entangled Teen – Crave Pre-order today! Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | iBooks Will be available in print soon. Add it to Goodreads About the book … One strike will bring them together. Stevie Moon is famous…at least to the subscribers on her comic review vlog. At school, she’s as plain as the gray painted walls in the cafeteria. So when Blake, the hot new guy at school, shows an interest in her, she knows trouble when she sees it. Been there. And never doing it again. As the son of the god Thor, Blake Foster’s been given an important mission—to recover the Norse god Heimdall’s sacred and powerful horn before someone uses it to herald in the destruction of the entire universe. But while Blake is great in a fight, the battlefield that is a high school’s social scene is another matter. Blake knows his only choice is to team up with the adorable Stevie, but she’s not willing to give him even the time of day. He’ll need to woo the girl and find the horn if he hopes to win this war. Who better to tackle Stevie’s defenses than the demi-god of thunder? “Every page brims with captivating Norse mythology and deliciously creative worldbuilding.” Pintip Dunn, New York Times bestselling author   First Chapter … einn Many have scribed about Midgard’s sun, yet none had captured the true feeling of its kiss against skin or its blinding touch to the eyes. Bright sunlight blinked through the orange, red, and brown leaves clinging to the nearly bare trees. Einar leaned against the door of his silver Prelude. At the end of each school day, he waited there to catch a glimpse of her. He had tried to talk to her several times, but failed horribly. As though he weren’t the son of a powerful god. The smell of exhaust fumes and autumn’s decay filled his nostrils. The air on Midgard wasn’t as sweet as back home. Nor...

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