Welcome to my stop on the Just Breathe World Tour; I am delighted to be a part of it! Keep reading to find out how you can win some fabulous prizes, including a Kindle HD!

Kendall Grey has done it again. With the release of Just Breathe, she has brought her paranormal trilogy to its exhilarating conclusion. Here is the back cover blurb:

He made a deal with the devil to save the woman he loves…

After a terrible accident rocks the foundation of their relationship, Australian Sentinel Gavin Cassidy and whale biologist Zoe Morgan call it quits. Gavin can’t forgive himself for shattering her trust, and being with the sexy rock star is killing Zoe. Literally.

But love–and duty–are powerful motivators, and alliances are forged in the most unlikely places. With the key to salvation locked inside the mind of an unconscious child, Gavin must find another way to snuff out the Fyre Elementals before millions of humans die, or make good on his deal with the devil and lose the one he loves. Again.

I can’t say enough good things about this series. From the very beginning of Inhale, I was completely sucked into this meticulously crafted paranormal world; the cliffhanger at the end of Exhale left me waiting impatiently for the rest of the story. But when I finished the last page of Just Breathe, I wasn’t ready to say goodbye.

These books have it all: well-drawn, believable characters and plots and subplots with twists and turns that keep you on the edge of your seat. But the love stories woven throughout the pages are what give the series its real heart: the love Zoe has for the whales; the love between parent and child; the love between friends–and, of course, the passionate, abiding love between Zoe and Gavin.

Five stars! Highly recommended!

Click HERE for my review of Inhale; click HERE for my review of Exhale.

And the icing on the cake? Kendall Grey donates all profits from the sale of her series to programs that educate people about whales and the problems they face.

In addition to the trilogy, Kendall created four short stories, or ephemera, which tie into the series in unique and compelling ways. In the vlog below, Kendall describes her inspiration for my personal favorite, Letting Go.

WARNING: These books contains graphic language, sex, and violence. NOT SUITABLE FOR READERS UNDER THE AGE OF 18.

Signed postcards of all three books and all four ephemera shorts.
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