Thursday, October 23, 2014

Fallen Son, Darkest Night ~ Melissa Petreshock

When Melissa asked me if I was interested in helping promote her release for Fallen Son, Darkest Night, a prequel short story to Fire of Stars and Dragons, I said sure. When she asked if I wanted to have an ARC of this look into Dante and Theo's past to review, I couldn't say no.

Mel packs a lot into this short read, including some guest appearances of some pretty popular characters from Fire of Stars and Dragons. I was pleased to see that she kept Theo true to himself-devoted to his duties, and loved the new insight into Dante. These moments from his past really help to expand on his character. And, to borrow a phrase from Mel and Jen, it sets up Theo and Dante's bromance beautifully. My rating: 5 well earned stars.

So, head over to WattPad and read Fallen Son, Darkest Night.

FALLEN SON, DARKEST NIGHT by Melissa A. Petreshock

After four millennia of waiting for change, the Mother Goddess sees no other recourse but to summon Theo Pendragon to perform his sacred duty as one of the Dracopraesi, imprison her only son in the Underworld, and save her people.

​Given the​ vast destruction Dante has caused ​in the Earthen Realm, Theo is prepared to fulfill Dana's request​ without hesitation​, but ​when confronted with ​unexpected events and a plea for mercy, will the dragon ​find him worth redemption, or is it too late for this dark soul to seek forgiveness?

FALLEN SON, DARKEST NIGHT is a ​short story companion to FIRE OF STARS AND DRAGONS (Stars and Souls Book 1). ​Three thousand years before Caitriona Hayden is even born, Dante's actions and Theo's decision impact the destiny that awaits them all.

Available October 21, 2014 on Wattpad

About The Author
Melissa A. Petreshock is a full-time writer and member of the Romance Writers of America with past experience in the medical and educational fields, though she has primarily devoted her adult life to raising a family. Born and raised in Kentucky, Melissa spent a number of years in Massachusetts, living outside Boston and in Springfield before returning to her home state where she now resides on a small farm. She enjoys quiet married life and the silliness of her three children, indulging hobbies of music, Zumba, and a minor television addiction in what little free time she finds. Melissa’s interests include causes demanding social change such as mental health awareness and teen suicide prevention. FIRE OF STARS AND DRAGONS is her debut NA Fantasy Romance novel.

You can find Melissa on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Goodreads.

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