Unbounded: Set Ablaze by Teyla Branton

September 22, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Unbounded: Set Ablaze by Teyla BrantonSet Ablaze
Author: Teyla Branton
Series: Unbounded #9
Genres: Paranormal/Contemporary
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 102
Date: September 21, 2016
Publisher: White Star Press

This time the job is personal…

In and out. Do the job. Renegade Blaze Vincent has survived years with this motto. Barely. Plucked from death’s door and revived repeatedly with curequick, he’s developed an addiction that threatens to destroy everything he’s worked for.

Now the Emporium is buying fields around a tiny Portuguese town, and mortals—Blaze’s countrymen—are dying. Blaze and his partner, Kenna Murray, are determined to unravel their enemies’ intentions before the entire town is lost.

But things tend to explode when Blaze is around. Literally. And to save his people, he must be willing to take yet one more step over the edge.

Rating: Moderate. Moderate substance use by adults and/or some use by minors; mild kissing; mild language; moderate violence or horror.

Please note: Set Ablaze is a novella, not a full-length novel. This tie-in to the series and can be enjoyed at any time. However, between The Change (Unbounded Book 1) and The Cure (Unbounded Book 2), Renegade Ritter Langton disappears for two months. Set Ablaze fits between those books in the Unbounded timeline, giving us a glimpse into what Ritter was doing. However, because readers are not made aware of Ritter’s whereabouts until nearly the end of The Cure, readers may better appreciate Set Ablaze after reading the first two books.

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About Teyla Branton

Teyla Branton has worked in publishing for over twenty years. She loves writing and traveling. As a mother of seven, it’s not easy to find time to write, but the semi-ordered chaos gives her a constant source of writing material. Teyla writes urban fantasy, paranormal romance, and science fiction. She also writes romance and women’s fiction as Rachel Branton.

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