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Best selling author L.M. Pruitt has done it again! Her paranormal romance series WINGED is one volume deeper and has even more hot guys, tough chicks and ass-kicking action.
L.M. Pruitt's Winged Series contains explicit content, sexual situations, violence and scenes involving drug abuse ... Reader discretion is advised.
ABOUT L.M. Pruitt
[note color="#fd1001"]L.M. Pruitt has been reading and writing for as long as she can remember. A native of Florida with a love of New Orleans, she has the uncanny ability to find humor in most things and would probably kill a plastic plant. She knows this because she's killed bamboo. Twice. She is the author of the Jude Magdalyn series, the Moon Rising series, and Taken: A Frankie Post Novel. Her current series, WINGED, is about the choice one woman makes after dying. The first four books in the series are available now. Ms. Pruitt is releasing the next book in the series, ALLIANCE, November 2013.
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[divider top="0"]ABOUT The Winged Series
I fell from the Talmadge Bridge the week before I turned thirty. I was given a choice: Go to Heaven. Go back to my life in Savannah. Or spend eternity fighting evil under the direction of the archangels. I chose the demons--and the angels. I chose the Winged.
Alliance The Fallen have one goal--storm the gates of Heaven and reclaim their heritage. The Winged have one mission--to prevent it all costs. From North America to Africa, Europe to South American, the stage is being set for the final battle, the one to end all worlds, and with it comes an ugly truth. Keep your friends close--and your enemies closer. [divider top="0"] Praise For The Winged Series [quote style="1"]EXCELLENT BOOK. THE characters are unforgettable and THE STORY LINE IS wonderful. Makes me think of the Bible and its stories of the Angels. I love the mixture of creatures and the time lines[/quote] [quote style="1"]I LOVE this series and I cannot wait for more!! I love Pruitt's imagination. The story is fantastic from the first sentence of the first book and I could not put these books down![/[/quote] [quote style="1"]I read this book over 5 months ago and am still having trouble putting my thoughts into words. This 3rd installment in the Winged Series by L. M. Pruitt was a gut wrenching read for me. It was dark, thought provoking and hit me between the eyes[/quote]
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Want to Get to Know Alliance better? Want to see a bit of the Ass-kicking action, tough chicks and hot guys? Check out this excerpt from L.M. Pruitt's latest Alliance
“If we’re going to do this, we need to do it now.” Raquel’s voice in my ear startled me and I pulled too tight on Kaleanne’s strap. He waited until I rectified the mistake before continuing. “The longer we stand here, the more nervous this bunch will get.”
“Let’s go, then.” Stepping back, I resisted the urge to check my gun one last time. Looking at the six soldiers—I couldn’t in all fairness refer to them as recruits anymore—in front of me, I forced a smile. “Last one in the church has medic duty.”
Aron kicked the door open, blinding sunlight flooding the small room. Sketching a half bow in my direction, he said, “Ladies first.”
“Bet your ass.” I drew my gun as I sprinted out the door, finger on the trigger against every safety mandate. I caught sight of gray wings at the far right edge of my vision, ten or fifteen feet out. I pulled on the trigger with only the slightest of aims, barely feeling the recoil. The only indication I hit anything was the howl of pain and rage.
Hopefully it would prove a big enough distraction to aid the others. Even one second might make all the difference.
Something with tentacles and the head of a man charged from the left. I took the time to aim for the center of its forehead, firing two shots before continuing my sprint. One probably would have sufficed—the bullets were supernatural, guaranteed to impart maximum damage.
The tentacles just freaked me out.
I hesitated at the next target—only because of Barry. But when Delilah raised a sword as long as my torso, self-preservation overcame any possible sense of guilt. My only concession to her father was to aim for her shoulder—both of them, to be on the safe side. She dropped the sword and bent double, screaming, and I leaped over her.
“You shot my sister.” Aron drew level with me, not winded in the least despite the run. “You’re my father’s friend and you shot her.”
“Twice. His friend, not hers.” I took down another demon, something with honest to God horns and a tail. “Less talking, more shooting.”