Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Blog Tour: Angelic Anarchy, by J.P. Epperson

Welcome to the Angelic Anarchy 
Blog Tour, 
sponsored by
Bewitching Book Tours!!

For my stop, I'm featuring 
a mini-review  
with excerpt! There's also 
a tour-sponsored giveaway!!

Angelic Anarchy
(Heaven on Earth, Book 1)
Wicked Peach Publishing, LLC
August 24, 2016
(Digital Edition Published Sept. 6, 2016)
Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy
Cover Art: PhatPuppy Art Studios

Where there is goodness, evil is sure to follow. Where there is light, darkness is never far behind.

Belleeza isn’t the angel your parents told you about as a child. She’s a weapon. A warrior. But even warriors have their weaknesses—and even warriors can have their hearts broken. Betrayed by the only man she’s ever loved, Belleeza throws herself into an unusual mission to find a missing teenage boy. But the treacherous path she finds herself on could lead her closer towards the darkness than she had ever imagined—perhaps even into the depths of Hell itself. And what about Colton, the beautiful angel turned demon who trampled all over her heart?

Betrayals, secrets, torture, and passion. Be careful what you wish for—Heaven on Earth might just be more than you bargained for.

A female warrior angel? Oh, I am most DEFINITELY interested!! I LOVE reading books with strong female protagonists!! This one even has a sword materialize for her, just when she most needs it! AWESOME!! I really like how she felt something bad was around her and immediately prepared to deal with whatever it was. This angel is ready to kick butt anytime, even when she's been caught in the shower. This is a TRUE warrior!! And now she has to deal with the very smug, chauvinistic demon (former good angel) who broke her heart..... I say, "Don't cut him any slack, girl!!" Lol. Oh, I REALLY want to find out how she effectively sends him on his way!! I can't wait to read this!!

Chapter I

Scalding hot water traced the scars along my back as I placed my hands against the stone shower wall. As a warrior angel, I have survived several years of battle, but not unscathed. I have many battle wounds—most of which reside on my back and arms. Wounds from human weapons we tend to heal without a problem; wounds by the weapons of angels and demons are not so forgiving.
After weeks of searching for him, last night I finally caught up with the demon I had been hunting. He put up a ferocious fight and my muscles were still aching despite the heat of the shower but I would be getting briefed on my next case soon so reluctantly I reached out and turned off the faucet.
Just before I stepped out of the shower, I froze. The air changed, and I knew that I was no longer alone. Don’t ask me how I knew because I couldn’t tell you. Not really. There was no pop, or bells; no flash of light, breezes, or anything like that. It was as if there was just the slightest shift in the air. I braced for attack, reached my right hand behind my back, and unsheathed a sword that wasn’t there a moment before. My heavenly relics—my weapons—are always there when I need them and never when I don’t. Where they go when I am unarmed, I have no idea. All that matters to me is that they are there when I reach for them.
With my left foot, I kicked open the glass door and stepped out into the empty bathroom, dripping wet. Utterly naked but for my sword. I peeked around the door and slowly entered my bedroom.
“What do you want?” I said to the empty room, making my voice as calm as possible.
“Relax, Beauty, I’m completely unarmed,” said a humored voice without a face. “You’re looking just as scrumptious as the last time we faced each other.”
A dark-haired figure walked in, full of ease, and leaned against my bedroom door, crossing his feet. He had an apple from my dining-room table in his hand. I spun my sword, placing the tip of it into his throat the moment he walked through the door. He brought the apple to his mouth, rubbed it against his shirt, and took a big bite, looking as though he didn’t have a care in the world.
It was Colton. My heart leapt in my chest. It had been a few years since I’d last seen him. 
Just as beautiful as he was the day he walked away . . . Except that now he was a demon, of course.


Purchase Links

Print Edition
Amazon/Barnes & Noble

 Digital Edition
Barnes & Noble

JP Epperson lives in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a lover of all things fantasy and paranormal.  When not writing new adult fiction or sitting with her head in a book, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons. JP is a lover of the outdoors, and her second home is a tent in the woods, where she can be found curled up with a book, next to a campfire.

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  1. Eeeep! I stopped by just in the nick of time to enter this wonderful giveaway! Maria, I love this cover! Your mini-review is fantastic, and my thoughts mirror your thoughts on this one! I'm definitely adding this to the TBR. Thank you so much for sharing this, your insight, and the giveaway! You're the best! *super squishy hugs* <3 <3 <3


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