Sep 15, 2015

Revealed! ORIGIN EXPOSED by @JenCraneBooks #Fantasy




A Dangerous Secret
In fiery redhead Stella Stonewall’s new world magic and shape-shifters are everyday life. Scales, sorcery, shifters—no big. Stella has learned she’s not only descended of dragons, but of powerful skin changers. She struggles to keep this rare form a secret, even from her closest friends.

A Bitter Betrayal
Stella turns to her mentor Rowan Gresham for help. The charming but enigmatic Gresham forms a plan to improve her troublesome public image. The problem? The plan revolves around betraying the only family she has left.

A Potential for Something Real
When Gresham’s motives come into question Stella must rely on the new friends she’s made at a college for magical shifters. The feral bunch helps set Stella’s inner beast free. As these friendships flourish, so does the magnetism she’s always felt toward fierce and noble Ewan Bristol. But it’s so strong it threatens to overwhelm her.

Can Stella afford to open her heart now, when her entire future’s at stake, or is it bolted shut for eternity?

Origin Exposed
Designed by: Deranged Doctor Designs
Series: Descended of Dragons #2
Genre: NA Fantasy Romance
Publication Date: October 6, 2015

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Though she grew up on a working cattle ranch, Jen Crane has been in love with fantasy and science fiction since seeing a bootleg tape of Quantum Leap in the 90's.

She has a master's degree, and solid work histories in government and non-profit administration. She's been published in reputable newspapers and magazines.

One day, though, she said, "Life's too real for nonfiction. I'm gonna write about love and magic."

Jen is happily living out her dream in The South with her husband and three children, striking that delicate balance between inspiration and frustration.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for hosting this cover reveal, DeeJay! This cover is really representative of the story--the light shining on Stella, the dewy mysticism of it, the lush green forest. I hope you and your blog followers love the cover, and the book! :)
    Thanks again,
    Jen

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