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Cyndi Tefft: Even In Darkness blog tour



Today I am pleased to transform this space into a stop on the blog tour for Cyndi Tefft, fellow Seattle author! Her paranormal Scottish-Highlander romance series, beginning with Between and followed by Hell Transporter, just received its third installment, Even in Darkness, and I think it's the coolest of the series yet.

The short takeaway on the series: If you liked Gabaldon's Outlander series and crave more, or liked the idea of it but found that one too long and involved, try Cyndi Tefft's! The books are much more manageably sized, but still full of time-spanning romance with a sexy Highlander. Kilt and all.

Plus, there is a giveaway--see below.



My review of Even in Darkness:

This was a great installment, a fast-paced, smoothly-told adventure. Even with pirates! Yay! (I mean, who doesn't like pirates?) Tefft has found a way to re-envision and test the love between Aiden and Lindsey in a way that'll satisfy romance fans, while all the action will keep you turning pages to see how they'll get out of each new piece of danger.

The romance and its complications are exciting and intriguing--I definitely understood Lindsey's ambivalence and attraction in the bizarre situation she's thrown into. And there were several surprising twists and developments that made me think "Aha!" (and/or "Uh-oh!").

Plus we get a new twist at the end, setting up for the next book--but we're still left satisfied about this volume. I'm impressed with this series and urge those fond of Highlanders (or Outlanders) to check it out if you haven't yet.

If you'd like to enter to win, join the giveaway here:
a Rafflecopter giveaway


ALSO, if you have a Twitter account and a bit of graphic or verbal creativity, you can win cash prizes by entering this fun little competition.



Cyndi Tefft lives with her family in the Pacific Northwest where the weather is overcast and rainy, much like the Highlands of Scotland. So she was right at home when she got the chance to visit Eilean Donan Castle. A self-proclaimed Scot freak, she loved every bit about the trip to Scotland: the people, the kilts, the accents, the fish & chips, the haggis...well okay, not the haggis.

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Visit Cyndi and her readers during the blog tour at:

7/28: Violet Hour Book Reviews
7/28: Better Read Than Dead
7/28: Refreshingly Riki

7/29: Aiden's Angels fan site
7/29: What the Cat Read
7/29: Confessions of a Book Addict

7/30: Jamie Canosa
7/30: Tales of Books and Bands
7/30: Pinky Pollock

7/31: Just a Booklover
7/31: Molly Ringle
7/31: Book Groupies

8/1: I'd So Rather Be Reading
8/1: Writer of Wrongs
8/1: Mermaid with a Book

8/2: Reading Angel
8/2: Paperback Cowgirl
8/2: Carrie Secor

8/3: Read Between the Lines
8/3: A Rebel's Journey
8/3: Color Me GREYsessed!
8/3: Ink-Stained Life

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