A warm welcome to the Release Day Blitz for Souls Aligned by Arian Williams. That cover you guys, that cover. I just couldn’t resist. It was just too much. Oh and the blurb also sounded great when I read that. XD All the reasons to help promote this book.
For today’s post I got a bunch of teasers, an excerpt, a giveaway (you can win the books in ebook), and book/author information.
A big congratulations to Arian Williams on your book releasing today, I hope you have an amazing day!
Let’s get partying~ Dances
Age gap romance, soulmates with supernatural abilities, time traveling gone amok, longing for flushing toilets, abundance of sarcasm, and a bit of angst-filled pining ending in happily ever after
From the moment he laid his eyes on him, Eric knew Bhas was his soulmate.
Beautiful, enigmatic, and timeless, Bhas became a constant presence in his heart.
But as his guardian and protector, Bhas seems oblivious to his love.
Heartbroken, Eric ran away, leaving his heart permanently behind.
Now Eric has to face Bhas again. And danger and darkness follow them as they embark on an adventurous journey to the past to help their friends in the Tasier organization.
Will there be enough time for Eric to convince Bhas they are meant to be?
Can their souls be aligned now that they are brought together again?
This is part 2 of the series set in the universe of Tasier, a secret organization of people with supernatural abilities. Can be read standalone, but some of the background story about Tasier would be better understood if read in sequence.
Arian lives in the nostalgic rainy city of Seattle in the Pacific Northwest of the US with her loving husband, five adorable stuffed penguins, all with their own proper names, and one imaginary Maine Coon cat.
She began writing romance novels in high school primarily to entertain her romance reading buddies, but it soon became her hobby and passion. She’s just never been confident enough until later in her life to put herself out there.
She loves to live in her own head and vicariously experience the lives of her characters. How else would she be able to live half a dozen lives at once?
She’s grateful for her caring husband who’s been nothing but encouraging despite her spending hours inside her head and her imaginary furry friends who mostly don’t throw tantrums when she happens to be buried in her writing.