Wednesday, August 26, 2015

*** Review Tour & Giveaway For NIGHTWALKER The World of Nightwalkers #5 Jacquelyn Frank ***

The World of Nightwalkers #5
Jacquelyn Frank
Releasing Aug 25th, 2015

What an wonderful book. I Really Loved this book. I love 
Paranormal romance. But this book gives you so much more.
 I love the take on the supernatural beings, how some 
factions can not even see or talk each other. That is useless 
a human who can see and hear both is a translator between 
the 12 races. Kamen is a bodywalker and the one 
responsible for releasing the God Apep. He feels he dose not 
deserve to be loved. Vevie is a wraith and just one touch by 
her could kill anyone, that is if she wanted to, but Vevie is 
drawn to Kamen, she may even love him Now they just have 
to bring all the races together some of which do not believe 
them. Some of the creatures in this book are truly amazing 
and Unique. Jacquelyn Frank sure has a bright mind 
I particularly loved the Phoenixes. And here I need to stop 
before I spoil the story. I hope you enjoy this book as much 
as I did. If you do like this book, please consider leaving a 
review. The Authors really like it when you do, they value 
your opinions too.

From New York Times bestselling

author Jacquelyn Frank comes the final chapter in the 

Nightwalkers saga! As the
momentous showdown with a powerful demon unfolds, 
a passionate encounter breaks
the ultimate taboo.

Kamen is a Bodywalker, an ancient soul reborn in one human 
host after another. He’s also a prisoner of his own kind: for it
 was Kamen who released Apep, the deadly god who 
threatens the existence of their world. To atone for this 
grievous error, Kamen accepts an urgent mission: to 
convince the other nations of the Nightwalkers to set aside 
their centuries-old conflicts and band together. If

he fails, all will be lost. And no tribe presents a greater challenge than the

Wraiths, the spectral beings who are feared and despised for 
their lethal deathtouch.

Kamen makes first contact with a stunning, ghostly pale 
beauty named Geneviève.

Part Wraith and part human, scorned as a half-breed, Viève 
shares the hunger
for redemption—and for connection. Her scintillating touch 
holds the kiss of

death, and yet it makes Kamen feel more alive than ever.
 Soon his lips are pressed

against hers, sending Viève into fits of desire and forging a bond that

breaches the divide between them. Now they must unite all 
the Nightwalkers,

from Vampire and Shadowdweller to Djynns, and fast—for 
Apep is ready for war.

Kamenwati awoke with a sharp intake of breath. He exhaled 
when he realized that the dream was just that . . . a dream. 
He sat up in his bed and turned on the light on the nightstand 
beside him. The room still felt alien to him. Probably because
 it was not really his room and it was not meant to be 
comfortable. It was meant to be something just shy of a prison cell.
So be it. Considering the unforgivable nature of his crimes 
against his hosts and against humanity in general, he should
 have gotten much worse than this comfortable bed, a room of 
his own, and three exquisite meals a day. In truth, very little 
had changed about his daily life since coming to this place.
 He spent his days studying ancient texts, scrolls, and 
papyrus that were brittle to the touch and on the verge of 
crumbling to dust. He studied new spells and magic, studied
 histories and old languages. Just as he had done before.
But while these were things that had once given him great 
pleasure and devoured much of his time, his pleasure had 
since crumbled to dust, just like an old parchment. And 
rightfully so. For it was in one of these scrolls that he’d 
uncovered the spell that allowed him to inadvertently unleash
 the deadly and dangerous imp god, Apep.
Intentionally or not, he had done it. He was responsible. And 
therefore it was he who must find the means to destroy the 
god he had brought forth. He had walked into the “enemy” 
camp, the Bodywalker Politic, and thrown himself on their 
mercy. Then he had thrown himself into studying every piece 
of ancient text he could find to discover the way to destroy 
the god. There had to be a way. It was simply a matter of 
whether they could find the solution.
Kamen turned and threw his legs over the bed. He let the
 sheets pull away, leaving his bare legs exposed to the chill
 air. The inside of the New Mexico stronghold was climate 
controlled for the most part, but he always found it to be a
 little too cold for his liking. But since he was more a prisoner 
than a guest, it wasn’t as though he could complain. He 
stood up, feeling the need to move. He had grown very 
restless of late, which thankfully coincided with his jailors 
allowing him more freedom to move about. He was no longer 
confined to his quarters—although that had been a rather 
loosely adhered to policy from the beginning. In truth, these 
people were really lucky he was honestly trying to reform 
himself. He could have caused a great deal of damage to 
them had he been of a mind to. He knew more than enough 
spells to wreak havoc if he wished to.
For centuries, he had been gathering spells like a child 
gathers wildflowers from a field. Each time he was reborn 
into a new host body, he would learn more, and that 
knowledge stayed with him throughout his many lives, even 
in the Ether, that bodiless state of being where a Bodywalker 
spirit resides for the one hundred years in between lives.
For he was indeed a Bodywalker: a soul that had originated 
during the long lost dynasties of ancient Egypt. He had been 
born, he had lived a life, and he had died. And like many

noble Egyptians, he had been mummified and buried with all 
of his wealth, intending to take it with him into the afterlife. 
But apparently, the hubris of such an act, of trying to force 
the hand of the powers of life and death, had instead given 
the Egyptians’ souls life everlasting . . . in the Ether. Knowing 
no eternal rest, no heaven or hell, no life other than to exist
 and watch the years unfold on the earthly plane.
Until one day one soul thought to ask a living soul on earth 
who was on the cusp of death if he wished to share his body 
in exchange for being returned to full health, as well as 
having the powers of immortality and extraordinary 
self-healing. The living man had agreed and both souls 
returned to the living man’s body. The souls eventually 
Blended and become as one, harmonious inside the human 
host. And once one soul was able to do so, all the other souls 
followed suit and began to share the bodies of human 
mortals who would have died otherwise.
Only, some Bodywalkers wanted full control without having to 
answer to the original soul, so they did as little Blending as 
possible, suppressing the human soul until its voice became 

nearly nonexistent. These were the Templars. The Politic 
Bodywalkers were of an opposing mentality. They respected 
the original soul by sharing its body on equal footing and 
honoring the agreement they had made.
Kamen had been the second most powerful Templar there 
was, the favorite of their leader, the most powerful Templar, 
Odjit. And in turn, Kamen had loved Odjit. Not as a man 
loves a woman, but as a devoted follower loves his master. 
He thought it was Odjit’s plan to do away with the animosity 
between the two sides of the Bodywalker race so they could 
all live in harmony one day. He had believed in her cause—in their cause.

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~*~*~ Jacquelyn Frank ~*~*~

Jacquelyn Frank is the New York Times
bestselling author of the Immortal Brothers series (Cursed by Fire, Cursed by
Ice, Bound by Sin, and Bound in Darkness), the World of Nightwalkers series
(Forbidden, Forever, Forsaken, Forged, and Nightwalker), the Three Worlds
series (Seduce Me in Dreams and Seduce Me in Flames), the Nightwalkers series
(Adam, Jacob, Gideon, Elijah, Damien, and Noah), the Shadowdwellers novels
(Ecstasy, Rapture, and Pleasure), and the Gatherers novels (Hunting Julian and
Stealing Katherine). She lives in North Carolina and has been writing romantic
fiction ever since she picked up her first teen romance at age thirteen. 

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