BT*, Review + Giveaway!! Embers and Ash by T.M. Goeglein

 
 
 
 
 


Sara Jane Rispoli is on the wrong side of the Russian mob, but closer to finding her family than ever. And she’s willing to do whatever it takes to finally end this terrible journey even if the price is her own life.
The very cold fury that has seen her through the worst of her troubles is now killing her; she knows the cure, but she can’t sacrifice the deadly electricity until she’s rescued her family. But when she finally does rescue them, it’s not the happy reunion she pictured. And the torment doesn’t stop there, not even when she finally discovers Ultimate Power. Only destroying the Outfit completely can end this terrible nightmare.
Old enemies return to seek vengeance, double-crosses abound, and even more mysteries are uncovered as we rocket toward an end no one saw coming.
 
 
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Stellar finish to an awesome series! If you thought the first 2 books in the series had twists and turns you have not seen nothing yet. In the final installment we find SJ doing her usual thing. After scouring and scouring for the Ultimate Power it finally comes with-in her grasp, but with the “Reds” (Russian Mob) and Big decisions coming upon her, making it even more perilous that she find what she needs and saves her family, it seems to always elude her. T.M. keeps you guessing til the end in this one and just when you think you have it figured out it seems another Capone door pops up and you are left wondering WHAT? With some shifts in the family we start to see a different side of some of the characters. The story line moves at a great pace and there is definitely some revelations and incidents that will keep you reading for more.. I was sad that the series ended as I enjoyed the characters and the whole aspect of the stories. It is definitely interesting to say the very least. If you like an action packed story with a great heroine and a trusty side-kick or 2 then this series is one for you!!
 
 
 


Ted Goeglein began his career as a writer of print and television ads for a host of advertising and media companies.
 
As a screenwriter, he produced original screenplays and worked as a script doctor for several L.A. production companies. He was an original contributor to the Huffington Post ‘Living’ section, as well.


Ted’s Young Adult novel, COLD FURY, the first in a trilogy, was published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons/Penguin in July 2012. The second book in the Cold Fury series, FLICKER & BURN, published in August 2013, and the final installment, EMBERS & ASH, released in July 2014.
 
 
The author lives in Chicago with his wife and two children.

 
 
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August 6 ~ Erin Lindsey Writes & Crochets ~ Review/Guest Post
 
August 6 ~ Cover Contessa ~ Interview/GP/Top Ten
 
August 7 ~ Books With Bite ~ Review
 
August 8 ~ Bookish – Debbie ~ Review/Playlist
 
August 10 ~ All About Books (Divas) ~ Review
 
August 13 ~ What A Nerd Girl Says ~ Review
 
August 15 ~ Fangirlish ~ Review/GP
 
August 17 ~  Libby Blog ~ Review/Interview
 
August 18 ~ Cabin Goddess ~ Review/Recipe
 
August 18 ~ Paranormal Book Club ~ Review
 
August 19 ~ Live to Read ~ Review
 
August 20 ~ DanaSquare ~ Review
 
August 20 ~ I Am A Reader ~ Author Interview/GP
 
August 21 ~ Lady Techie’s Book Musings ~ Review
 
August 22 ~ Chapter by Chapter ~ Review
 
August 23 ~ Like a Bump on a Blog ~ Review
 
August 24 ~ Bookish – Tiffany ~ Review
 
August 24 ~ Book Briefs ~ Review
 
August 25 ~ Jean Book Nerd ~ Review/Playlist
 
August 25 ~ Oops I Read It Again ~ Review
 

August 25 ~ Destiny ~ Review/Playlist

 
 

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