Disturbed Fate by Kia Zi Shiru: Another Stop on the Book Release Blog Tour

I’m pleased to announce Kia Zi Shiru’s newest book release: “Disturbed Fate” to both my readers!

My blog is one of many stops for Shiru’s Blog Tour. Of course, if you want to purchase Disturbed Fate, or any other of her books, you need only skip to the bottom of this post. But who want’s to skip to the end?

What is Disturbed Fate?

Disturbed Fate is the first in the “Otherkin Spirits” series. There are vampires, LGBT themes, and, as always, great storytelling.

Book Blurb:

Marc, a small pet shop owner and seer, needs help with his store, but his new
employee, Galen, brings with him more trouble than expected. Marc tries to keep their
relationship professional even if Galen seems insistent on taking it to the next level. And then
there is the problem of Galen’s past.

Keiran, a hard working medical student and Marc’s best friend, has a small problem, a
stalker. One night he confronts the guy and finds in his stalker vampire, Devlan, is too
alluring to turn down. But Devlan isn’t who he seems to be.

When the four men meet up for a night out their lives fall apart. Marc’s premonitions
are wrong and everything points towards one autumn night a couple of years ago. Now they
need to figure out what happened that night, before someone dies, again.

Time is running out. The visions might be false, but they don’t paint a pretty picture,
not about their futures and, especially, not about their pasts. They need to reverse the change
before it is too late.

Don’t know who Kia Zi Shiru is? (Shame on you! I’ve posted about her countless times!)

Kia Zi Shiru is a Dutch girl who did her bachelor studying English and Creative Writing in the UK but
has now returned to the Netherlands to do her masters. Her writing and reading habits include books with
Young Adults, gay themes, strong female or minority characters and fantasy elements (more often
than not all at the same time).

I love her take on gay themes, willingness not to soften adult themes for the YA and New Adult audience while not going over the top, and her ability to crank out great YA and New Adult novels with the speed most can only hope to aspire. Please take a look at her work. You will not be disappointed.

Buy via any of these links. Do it or puppies in Zimbabwe will die (OK, not really. Just give it a go and buy a copy!)
Amazon.com (U.S.)
Amazon.com (U.K.)
Amazon.com (Canada)

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