To celebrate the upcoming cover reveal of Unattainable (book 2 in the Affliction series), author Deb Apodaca, has kindly donated two e-book copies of Captivated (book 1 in the Affliction series).
Book description –
Mindy Keenan couldn’t shake the feeling that somehow…in a matter of moments…the boy she once knew was not the one standing before her. After Mindy’s childhood best friend, Dean Aiken, shuts her and everyone else out of his life, she learns to move on. Years pass and she gets used to the fact that he’s no longer a part of her life, but things begin to change…
Mindy’s new best friend, Markus Medina, witnesses Dean kill two people behind a club. Mindy has a hard time believing him, especially when he mentions that the bodies disappear. Poof! Into thin air. Markus decides he has to follow Dean around in order to get evidence that he’s been killing people, so he doesn’t sound like a nut to the police.
Despite Marcus’ crazy theories about the possibility of Dean not being human. And not to mention the fact that he’s dangerous. Mindy can’t help that she may be falling in love with him. Even after hiding their feelings for each other from the world. Dean and Mindy being together stirs up dangers that neither of them could ever imagine. When she finds out about what Dean really is and the world he tried to keep her away from…it’s already too late.
There will be two winners, who will each receive one e-book copy of Captivated.
To enter, firstly stop by the Captivated : An Affliction Novel facebook page and thank Deb for donating to Treasured Tales for Young Adults.
Next, leave a comment below telling me why you would like to win an e-book copy of Captivated.
Then fill out the form below.
Contest is open from now until 11:59pm Australian WST, Wednesday 16th November 2011.
The contest is open internationally and the winners will be chosen using radom.org. Winners will be notified via email.
Competition is now closed.
Read Treasured Tales for Young Adults’ review of Captivated : An Affliction Novel.
Check out Treasured Tales for Young Adults’ interview with D. Apodaca.
Read D. Apodaca’s guest post.