Blog Tour for Timeless, by Amy Richie
After the asteroid, Jewell, cripples the earth, vampires come to the aid of the survivors. Some only want to help, others merely want to protect their way of life, and some simply have to be stopped. Eva was created for one purpose … to kill notorious vampire Dominick Letrell. Neleh has devised a plan that cannot fail; travel back in time to when Dominick was his weakest and attack him there. Along with the help of David, the most intelligent vampire alive, the plan is set in motion. Unfortunately, everything goes wrong and Eva is trapped in the past with no memory of why or how she got there. What happens when all the rules change? Timeless is a story of betrayals, secrets, and a love that will change everything.
I have to say that after reading this book, Timeless is now my favorite book by Amy Richie. It was a unique idea, with relatable characters. There was intrigue and mystery. I didn’t feel like I opened the book and knew exactly what would happen after only the first chapter. I literally fell into a world that was unique and engaging.
This author knows how to pull a reader in and grab hold of them. I hate to admit it, but I stayed up all night reading this book. I don’t say that often. It takes quite a lot to keep me rooted to the spot, unable to go to sleep until I finish a book. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone that I know. It was fantastic!
About the Author:
I wear many hats. Author, mother, cook, housekeeper, laundry do-er, sister, daughter. I enjoy writing, it allows me to escape the realities of life: bills, day job, baths, supper, dieting, cleaning the litter box.
My writing is usually romantic in nature with a bit of humor and a bit of surprise. My books range from Vampires who fall in and out of love so many times I had to make it a series to christian stories of finding out what is important in life.
I have always loved writing. During my high school days I wrote one book. It was a vampire love story. It took me so long to write it that I began to think of the characters as real people. I still do that today.
On a personal note: I have three wonderful children - Gavin, Arabelle, and Elijah, two not so wonderful cats, and two rats. We all live in a small town in northern Ohio. There is more corn here than vampires or werewolves, at least that I know of.
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