Giveaway (US/Canada): Flirts, tatts, & secrets – Come see what Joan Swan and the Fever crew are up to!
GraveTells' most recognized book in March 2012 was Fever by Joan Swan. Winning the award for Book of the Month in addition to being chosen as a Reviewer Top Pick, Fever's debut blog tour is under way now at JoanSwan.com. This story about a team of firefighters gifted (or cursed) with supernatural abilities in a tragic warehouse explosion is the sensational start to the new Phoenix Rising series. The action is [...]
March 9, 2012
Review: Fever (Phoenix Rising #1) by Joan Swan
After escaping prison, where he was serving a life term for a heinous crime he didn't commit, Teague Creek is desperate to take back the only thing left in his life that still has any meaning or goodness, his daughter, even if it means kidnapping, grand theft auto, and living the rest of his life as a fugitive from the law. Before Teague abducts her as leverage in his crazy escape plan, Alyssa Foster wants nothing more from life than to win the coveted attending radiologist position she's been working toward for the last year. Now both of them will have to fight their attraction to each other while avoiding capture and trying to get to the bottom of the mysterious warehouse explosion [...]
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