Saturday, August 25, 2012

Cover Reveal: Viper's Creed by T.L. Shreffler

Today I'm happy to be able to present you the cover of Viper's Creed by T.L. Shreffler, which is the second book in the Cat's Eye series. I have not yet read this series, but it sounds very promising and I definitely like its covers.


Goodreads Summary:
Sora is having visions. Strange, terrifying visions brought on by her Cat's Eye necklace, an ancient and magical device. Spurred to action, she leaves her mother's cabin to find Crash, the mysterious assassin who once changed her life. She is certain that together, they can discover what the necklace is trying to tell her.

Crash is still on the run from the dark sorcerer, Volcrian, but now a plague is spreading across the land. Volcrian's quest for vengeance has awakened something far more evil than himself; a force that could destroy the entire kingdom. Together, he and Sora must harness the power of the Cat's Eye and kill the sorcerer before it's too late....

Her assassin friend.
The reminder of Crash was unexpected, and Sora bit her lip, quickly turning away from her mother. Well, he hadn't truly been a friend, but definitely someone who had changed her life. The mention of Crash left her flustered and tense, not a welcomed feeling, though she didn't mention it. He had left a year ago, traveling away with their mutual companion, Burn. An entire year... but she still thought of them every day. Every. Single. Damned. Day. (From Chapter 1 of Viper's Creed)


Goodreads Summary for book#1:
Sora planned on running away from her wedding, but she never expected to be kidnapped! Dumped into a world of magical races, arcane jewelry and forgotten lore, she finds herself at the mercy of a dangerous assassin, haunted by an even darker past. She yearns for freedom, but he won’t let her go—not when her Cat’s Eye necklace is the only thing that can save his life.

But the necklace itself presents a problem. It is an ancient device from the long forgotten War of the Races, and its magic has the ability to steal souls. Can Sora learn to wield its power—or will the power wield her? (Winner of the SKOW 2006 Best Fantasy Award)



1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for featuring the book cover! You rock! :)

    -Theresa
    T. L. Shreffler
    www.runawaypen.com

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