Happy Release Day to Raiventon by Sarah Westill & Giveaway!

Happy Thursday and a very happy book birthday to Raiventon by Sarah Westill. Raiventon is the fantastic second book in the Gen-Heirs: The Guardians of Sziveria, and I highly recommend it to readers who like romantic suspense and paranormal romance! Let’s check it out:

About the Book:

Title: Raiventon

Author: Sarah Westill

Series: Gen-Heirs: The Guardians of Sziveria #2

Page Length: 319

Publication Date: Sept. 16, 2021

SynopsisTheir marriage might be the key to their freedom…

Raina Merrick wants only one thing in life—to be free of her father’s ruling hand. Then the husband she barely knows walks back into her life and what she once considered important suddenly falls apart. He’s little more than a stranger, but ignites an undeniable passion in her. Focused on making their relationship work, she plans for their freedom… but her actions may ruin the very future she’s trying to build.

Kevin Merrick serves Sziveria as the Master Guardian Raiventon. His rare Interceptor Gen-Heir talent makes him indispensable to the First Intelligence Office. One of a few capable of keeping Raina safe from an unknown threat, Kevin signed a contract with her for life—in marriage. The unimaginable desire she awakens within him becomes a temptation he can’t allow. Raina would never understand the true cost of forever at his side…

Kevin’s genetic inheritance of lightning-fast speed and reflexes are tested as the threats converge on them both. Mounting danger and scorching passions may jeopardize everything…

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About the World:

In the distant future, a major cataclysmic event not only reshaped the world as humanity knew it, but left entire lands uninhabitable. As generations of survivors struggled to endure a fight for territory and resources, humanity regressed into what became known as The Primal Years. A dark and dangerous time that lasted for centuries.

Slowly, civilizations formed in the new nations. Limited means of transportation and communication began to develop in a resource-poor world. Powerful countries arose known as Sziveria, Ruthenia, Italyssa, Westica, and Cairo. New cultures, with their own standards of honor, became global powerhouses.

By 830 PCE, strong talents are now inherited traits, passed down through genetics. The recipients of an unavoidable hereditary legacy are known as Gen-Heirs. Trains, ships, carriages and if one can afford them, small magnetically powered vehicles move people. Radios are the only means of quick communication besides handwritten messages. Heated water is a luxury. Extreme drops in temperature and harsh arctic winds have forced most food growth indoors, in greenhouses. A dangerously lethal virus known as Human Rabies Syndrome (HRS) plagues the globe. The inhabited world is growing at a slow rate, each unique country striving to exist in harsher, cold climates, and those who survive have become ruthless in their quest to thrive in this new, forsaken world…

About the Author:

SARAH WESTILL lives in Alabama with her US Army-retired husband. They have two sons – one they’ve successfully raised to adulthood – the other is still a work-in-progress, navigating middle school.

As a full-on creative, Sarah lives to write, paint, teach, and meet amazing people while doing portrait photography.

A veteran in the publishing industry working as a cover artist under the name Elaina Lee, she has been blessed to help hundreds of authors to achieve their own publishing goals for over a decade.

To learn more about Sarah as she blogs her adventures, and about her Guardians, please visit her at sarahwestill.com

Want to learn more about the series? Check out my review of the first book:


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One winner will receive a copy of Raiventon. Ends Sept. 19th

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