The DARK DUET Release Blitz


KaSonndra Leigh is someone I’ve featured on this blog a time or two before. She was one of the first indie authors whose work I read and absolutely fell for (When Copper Suns Fall, if you’re interested – it’s so, so good). I prefer her fantasy and paranormal series, but I’d never pass an opportunity to show off any release of hers – and, as of last Tuesday, it’s The Dark Duet!

The Dark Duet (The Musical Interlude #3)

What does that word mean?
Kindness. Generosity… Love?
None of that applies to mine.
I think we should try vicious, corrupt…
I am not an innocent.
I do not believe in fate.
Revenge should have its moment to shine.
I’ve been a slave to circumstance…
A child of the shadows.
Now, I embrace the gloom and thrive inside it.
Revenge. Love.
Vengeance. Salvation.
The battle inside me rages on.
At least it does until one day when… I find her.
I do not understand.
I cannot allow myself to believe that…

There is light inside the darkness.

Although The Dark Duet is the third in a series, it can also be read as a standalone in its own right, so don’t worry that you’ll have to add three more books to your TBR – just this one’ll do. :] Or, if you’d rather grab it for free, there’s a little giveaway runnin’ for it, too.


(Like that segue? *waggles eyebrows*) If you’d like to enter for a chance to win free e-copies of The Dark Duet and its two predecessors, The Crescendo (#2) and The Prelude (#1), just comment with your email address and a little note to lemme know you’re interested. Simple, huh? :D This one will run until the 20th.

Additionally, one winner from the whole blitz will win a (BEAUTIFUL OMG) book thong designed by Tina Donnelly, if only you’ll enter first.

KaSonndra Leigh

KaSonndra LeighAuthor of the Lost Immortals Saga and the Seraphine Trilogy. I’m also a mother, blogger, reader, gardener, home renovator, and a slayer of Egyptian mummies in Tomb Raider. I believe in karma, coffee, and seriously wish that the producers of Xena would bring my favorite show ever back.

Strange things about me: everything. I am strange, odd, unusual, and generally tend to make people think I swooped down from another planet. I don’t know. Maybe I did. Who knows? I’m also a member of the #zombiesurvivalcrew on twitter. So if you need protection from the undead then don’t hesitate to call on us.

I was born in the race-car city of Charlotte, NC, and now live in the City of Alchemy and Medicine, NC, when I’m not hanging out in Bardonia (Lost Immortals). Most of my characters are based on people that I’ve met throughout my travels and adventures. People tend to stop and start conversations with me as if I’ve known them my entire life. Does this freak me out? Not really. My mom says that one day I’ll get kidnapped by one of them. I told her that if it weren’t for these lovely people then I wouldn’t be able to create the stories that I do.

I have many favorite authors but there are some who truly rock my socks: Octavia Butler, Anne Rice, Kami Garcia, J.K. Rowling, Dean Koontz (on his good-book days), Stephen King (same as DK) Ann Radcliffe, Mary Shelley, Elizabeth Kostova, and so many more…

Some other common tidbits…hmm. I’ve watched the movie Under the Tuscan Sun almost 200 times. Seriously, the way I see it is if I keep watching it enough, then suddenly the house that Diane Lane lives in will magically appear in my backyard. I know. I have a huge imagination!

KaSonndra Leigh can be found just about everywhere these days: Author Site • Blog • Twitter • PinterestGoodreads • Amazon • New Adult Facebook • Young Adult Facebook.

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