Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook blog tour for Keys to the Coven, the first installment in the Demonic Intervention Series from Vicky Loebel.
The tour will run from Oct. 8th to 14th and will have unlimited stops.
Signups end on October 1st.
Keys to the Coven is narrated by Nick Podehl and Emily Beresford. It is 12 hours and 49 minutes long.
Reviewers will receive complementary digital copies of the audiobook via Audible.com.
Review copies will be distributed by Sep. 8th. Reviews must be of at least 3.5 stars.
Post options for this tour include: Reviews, Spotlights, Audio Excerpts, Author Interviews, and a giveaway.
All other info will be included in the Tour Media Kit, distributed via email the week before the start of the tour. There will also be a link on the Host HQ page.
All tour stops must be posted by 10am EST.
Author: Vicky Loebel
Narrators: Nick Podehl & Emily Beresford
Length: 12 hours 49 minutes
Publisher: Pentachronistic Press
Released: Jun. 17, 2013
The Road to Hell is Paved with Bad Intentions. Get ready for Keys to the Coven, a witty, tightly plotted, (adult) urban-fantasy/romance set in an original universe where karma is power, sex is karma, and it's not who you know but whose soul you own that matters.*
To become a demon, you must die in complete and utter despair. Three hundred years ago, Max passed that test with flying colors and joined the afterlife resolving never again to have innocent blood on his hands. Now Max has been given the job of breaking a young witch's family curse. But what she doesn't know, what Max can't bring himself to tell her, is that completing his mission almost certainly means her death.
When Felicity Woodsen inherits her mother's coven, she learns each firstborn Woodsen daughter must become the consort of an evil-arch demon. Felicity's only hope is to ally with the mysteriously charming Max. But is saving her body from one demon worth risking her soul with another?
Roxashael became a demon when his Roman captors sent his family, one by one to be devoured by lions. The lesson was clear: power is good; lots of power is better. Two-thousand years later, Rocky has power. He's purchased hundreds of souls, and he's created the Minsk Homunculus, a magic artifact that, by binding a human witch as his consort, turns him into an arch-demon and places him above the goody-two-shoes laws of karma.
Unfortunately, Rocky made a mistake. He fell in love with Felicity's mother and in a moment of weakness promised to give up his demon-consort charm. Now Felicity's mother is dead, the Minsk Homunculus is slated for destruction, and Rocky's power as an arch-demon is about to end.
No demon can break a promise. If Rocky refuses to give up the Minsk Homunculus, he'll become the lowest, most abject slave in Hell. But then, why break promises when they're so easy to corrupt?
**Caution: This book contains violence, strong sexual themes, moderately explicit sex between consenting adults, (unfulfilled) threats against children, and one completely gratuitous reference to unicorns.
About the Author: Vicky Loebel
Vicky Loebel began her professional life as a systems programmer for NASA and moved through successively more challenging careers before settling in as a writer of tightly-plotted, romantic fiction. She lives on the slopes of Mt. Lemmon, AZ with her sister, three dogs, a rotating assortment of children, and a husband who has the patience of a saint.
About the Narrator: Nick Podehl
Nick Podehl is a professional Voice Actor. He has narrated over 200 audio books, many of which have won various awards.
About the Narrator: Emily Beresford
Emily Beresford is a professional audiobook narrator who is a nerd for books, no matter the genre. In 2013 she was nominated for an Audie Award and received an Earphones Award from AudioFile magazine, for her work on the Multi-Voice title October Mourning. She lives in Michigan with her wonderful husband, and two amazing children.
Multiple stops per day.
Sep. 8th: Review copies are distributed.
Sep. 17th: Interview questions due to me.
Oct. 1st: Media packets are distributed via email.