It’s finally release day for Borrowed Souls. I’ve been talking about it for what feels like forever (and posting snippets on Instagram for six weeks), but today you can officially get your hands on the book. I can’t wait for everyone to meet Callie, Derek, and the Soul Charmer. I got a little mushy about the whole thing over at VBC (but then snarked it up for balance).
Thank you to everyone who has shown such enthusiasm for this book and an urban fantasy revival. I hope you’ll pick up the book today, and if you’re going to RT this week say hi. I’ve also added more book tour dates to the events page, so let’s hang out!
If you’re looking to pick the book up today (did I mention you look stunning today?), it’s available at most retailers like Amazon, Book Depository, and Barnes & Noble, but you also can order a signed copy through Murder by the Book if you place your order before May 20 (they do ship internationally).
For a refresher, here’s the skinny on Borrowed Souls:
Callie Delgado always puts family first, and unfortunately her brother knows it. She’s emptied her savings, lost work, and spilled countless tears trying to keep him out of trouble, but now he’s in deeper than ever, and his debt is on Callie’s head. She’s given a choice: do some dirty work for the mob, or have her brother returned to her in tiny pieces.
Renting souls is big business for the religious population of Gem City. Those looking to take part in immoral—or even illegal—activity can borrow someone else’s soul, for a price, and sin without consequence.
To save her brother, Callie needs a borrowed soul, but she doesn’t have anywhere near the money to pay for it. The slimy Soul Charmer is willing to barter, but accepting his offer will force Callie into a dangerous world of magic she isn’t ready for.
With the help of the guarded but undeniably attractive Derek—whose allegiance to the Charmer wavers as his connection to Callie grows—she’ll have to walk a tight line, avoid pissing off the bad guys, all while struggling to determine what her loyalty to her family’s really worth.
Losing her brother isn’t an option. Losing her soul? Maybe.