The Messenger (Mortal Beloved #1) Tour by Pamela DuMond
We are hosting a blog tour for the YA time travel romantic thriller, THE MESSENGER, by Pamela DuMond. The tour will run October 22-27, 2012.
Monday, October 22:
- Parallel Words YA ~ Excerpt
Tuesday, October 23:
Wednesday, October 24:
Thursday, October 25:
- FireStarBooks ~ Excerpt
- My Life is a Notebook ~ Spotlight
- A Bibliophile’s Thoughts on Books ~ Spotlight
- Unabridged Bookshelf ~ Review
Friday, October 26:
- A Tale of Many Reviews ~ Ten Facts
Saturday, October 27:
- Melissa’s Eclectic Bookshelf ~ Excerpt
What if you discovered that your soul mate lived three centuries before you were even born?
It’s been years since Madeline and her mama were victims of a car crash. Madeline survived but suffers wicked anxiety. Her mama simply disappeared. At age sixteen she inherits her mama’s handmade book filled with dangerous family secrets, but barely skimmed it before she’s pushed onto train tracks.
Madeline wakes in 1675, the sole survivor of a Native massacre on a colonial settlement. She has inadvertently time traveled to the War between the Wampanoag Natives and the colonists they recently welcomed to America’s shores. Rescued and taken back to a colonial garrison, Madeline learns she is a Messenger, a traveler who can slip through time’s fabric at will, bringing messages that could change one life or many. She doesn’t know the first thing about traveling let alone surviving this harsh new world. Rumors of witchcraft and spying could get her killed. But falling into a forbidden love with Samuel, a mixed blood boy, puts them both at risk.
The only way Madeline can get home and save both their lives is to train with Samuel and the Medicine Woman, confront her deepest fears and fulfill her destiny as a Messenger. But the Hunters, dark-souled predators as well as skilled time travelers, are closing in – and they will kill her if she doesn’t join them. Madeline learns that falling in love, and falling through time doesn’t have to be accidental, could be deadly, but is worth the fight of her life.