Thursday, 27 April 2017

Deny // The Blades of Acktar #2

Celebrating the release of Tricia Mingerink's new book, Deliver with this mini blog series on ALL The Blades of Acktar books! Today's spotlight is on...Deny! (Not sure why, but I always mix this up with the third book's title. Is that just me? :P) 

All lies have consequences.

Promoted to the top rank among King Respen's assassins, First Blade Leith Torren hides his involvement with the Resistance. How many lies will it take to protect his secret?

Renna Faythe has done nothing but survive for the past four years, but now Leith's courage inspires her to try to be something more. If only she could figure out what that duty might be.

When the unthinkable happens, faith wavers. Friendships tear. What else will they be forced to deny?

But this time, Leith faces his greatest fear.

He can't save everyone.

Find on Goodreads and Amazon 

To see previous posts in this mini "series" click on the links below: 
Deliver // It's Finally Here!! 
Dare// The Blades of Acktar #1

And don't forget, there's gonna be a Facebook Party hosted by Ms. Mingerink herself TOMORROW at 7-10 pm EST! 

1 comment:

  1. Nope, not just you. I've been told that I've called "Deny" "Defy" before. :) Which is your favorite book in the series? And this is a great way to celebrate Deliver's release!


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