Excerpts: Pledged

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Author Gwynneth White has a little surprise for you, the Pledged blog tour has started a while back and now 3 excerpts are being revealed for you to enjoy.

But first let’s find a bit about this book, shall we?


Everyone has a soul mate. But what do you do when your soul mate would rather give his soul to the demons than be with you?
Seventeen-year-old Erin has a problem. Seth has been hers forever, but now an ancient curse is tearing him away. And the demons who invoked it will stop at nothing – even murder – to claim him as their own.
How can she win against a curse so binding that it has damned countless others to this same fate – an eternity alone?
The answer lies in the past. To find it, Erin and Seth must risk all, travelling back in time to a dangerous world where love is forbidden, and life – and death – hang on a pledge.
Follow Erin and Seth as they travel to ancient Shenaya and confront the curse that has plagued their families for millennia. Caught in a war between the Angelic Guardians and the Gefallen, the disembodied dead, they must fight to keep their souls in tact and their love untainted.

Book Excerpts:

The following excerpts will give you a glimpse into the lives of the main characters in Pledged, namely: Seth and Erin, Jared and Sophia, and Caleb and Talitha. I hope that you will like them all and remember to keep close, because many surprises are being prepared.

These excerpts are issued by Swallow Press for use by bloggers participating in launch and blog tour of Pledged by Gwynneth White. Find out more about the blog tour at: todayinshenaya.blogspot.com

Happy midnight reading!

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2 responses to “Excerpts: Pledged”

  1. Lianne says:

    This sounds good, I love stories about soul mates.
    Thanks a lot for sharing!

    • Ari says:

      I didn’t get to read it, but soon I’ll be holding a giveaway, so keep close and maybe you’ll read it first 😉

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