A Destined Death Book Tour

  A Destined Death by Lisa Rayns

Elizabeth Tarkson has it all figured out. She has a plan. She knows exactly what she wants and how to get it. At least she does until the day she turns eighteen, and a gorgeous stranger crashes her birthday party. 
But this stranger knows things about her that he shouldn’t know, and as he slowly reveals his secrets, she discovers the world she thought she understood is much larger than she’d ever imagined. She is swept into a whirlwind of secrets, death, and attraction all involving him. Will she uncover the truth about her tragic past in time? Or will she be forever bound to…
A Destined Death
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August 27

Interview http://twoendsofthepen.blogspot.com

 

August 28

Excerpt http://cuzinlogic.com

Review http://savingfor6.blogspot.com/

August 29

Review http://mommyreadstoomuch.com

Review http://lisaisabookworm.blogspot.com

August 30

Review http://craftylife.net

Review http://www.prettyopinionated.com

August 31

Review http://andisbookreviews.blogspot.com

Interview http://ereadingonthecheap.com

September 4

Review http://www.genuinejenn.com

Review: http://www.nightskydarkstar.blogspot.com

September 5

Guest Post http://www.insightsbyapril.com

Review http://takingtimeformommy.com

September 6

Review http://amandablogs.com

Review and Interview http://identitydiscovery.net/

September 7

Review nikita-mattes.blogspot.com

Review: http://reviewinginchaos.blogspot.com

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  1. I can do a interview on Tuesday August 28th or Sept. 4th

  2. Id like to do a review on the 31st, if possible

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