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Monday, 28 September 2015

☀☄ Curse of the Sphinx: Sphinx [1] - Raye Wagner

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for Curse of the Sphinx, a Young Adult Mythological Urban Fantasy by (, R. Wagner, 344 pages).

This is the first book in the Sphinx series.

PREVIEW: Check out the book's synopsis, trailer and excerpt below, as well as videos about Greek Mythology in a modern world, and details of the prequel novella.  Read the Prologue and the first two chapters with Amazon Look Inside.

 Curse of the Sphinx is FREE on Kindle Unlimited and Kindle Owner's Lending Library.


Synopsis | Trailer & Videos | Teaser | The Series | About the Author |

Synopsis

How long can a monster stay hidden in plain sight?

Seventeen year-old Hope Nicholas has spent her entire life on the run. But no one is chasing her. In fact, no one even knows she exists. With her mom, she’s traveled from town to town and school to school, barely staying long enough to meet anyone, let alone make friends. And she’ll have to keep it that way. It’s safer.

When her mother is brutally ripped away from her, Hope’s life shatters. Is this the fulfillment of Apollo’s curse, murder from the shadow monsters of the Underworld, or have the demigods finally found her? Orphaned and alone, Hope flees again, but this time there’s no one to teach her who to trust—or how to love.

Set in a universe where mythology is alive and well in the modern world, Curse of the Sphinx irresistibly blends action, suspense and romance.


Teaser: Excerpt

      “How was your weekend?” Athan asked.
     He stood at her locker staring at her. It was the oddest sensation. A mixture of pride and anxiety coursed through her, and she wanted to giggle and run away. “Fine. I hung out with—”
     “Hey Hope.” Haley bounced up. “How are you?” She smiled at Athan as if just noticing him. As if. She turned back to Hope. “Oh, I was going to ask you, have you had any more phone calls?”
     And so much for secrets.
     “Phone calls?” Athan frowned.
     Hope rolled her eyes. “No.” She turned to Athan. “It was nothing. Just a wrong number, but they kept calling back. Kinda freaked me out.” She snapped her locker shut.
     “You two hung out?” Athan asked, looking back and forth between the two of them.
     “Well, yeah,” Haley said. “That’s what friends do, you know.”
     “Yes, so I’ve heard.” He gave Hope a hard look.
     “What?” She asked him. “We hung out on Friday.” Why was he acting all weird?
     “I bet she didn’t have to coerce you to hang out,” he grumbled.
     The three of them walked down the hall drawing several stares.
     “Of course not,” Haley responded. “My motives aren’t questionable.”
     Hope laughed and walked into mythology, but she still heard him . . .
     “There is nothing questionable about my motives, either.”

Curse of the Sphinx - available NOW!

UK: purchase from Amazon.co.uk US: purchase from Amazon.com find on Goodreads

The Series: Sphinx

Click on the book cover to Look Inside the book on Amazon and read an excerpt.

Origin of the Sphinx [0.5]

**FREE on Kindle Unlimited and on Kindle Owner Lending Library**

In Ancient Greece, the invocation "May the gods watch over you" was more than a spoken blessing. It is an entreaty for divine benevolence.

Phoibe, daughter of Hera, is content. Raised by her aunt, her life is quiet, filled with milling grain and spinning wool. But after her Hestia celebration, Eros, god of love, visits the small town of Belen. And now, Phoibe will have to choose—

If she marries a mortal, she risks eternal solitude for a moment of love.

If she follows her heart, she risks spurning a god.

The gods are enormously powerful, but they don’t fix problems.

They make bigger ones.

Uncover the curse. . .

Origin of the Sphinx is a prequel novella in the Curse of the Sphinx series.
[Published 6 June 2013, 70 pages]

About the Author

Raye Wagner grew up in the suburbs of Seattle, the second of eight children, and learned to escape chaos through the pages of fiction. As a youth, she read the likes of David Eddings, Leon Uris, and Jane Austen. Inspired by a fictional character, Raye pursued a career in nursing, and thought to help the world one patient at a time.

One summer afternoon, a plot dropped into her head, and she started writing.

Raye enjoys baking, Tae Kwon Do, puzzles, and the sound of waves lapping at the sand. She lives with her husband and three children in Middle Tennessee.

Origin of the Sphinx is her first publication, and the beginning of the Sphinx series

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