Book Blitz for Court of Savages by Christy Sloat

I am so
excited that
COURT OF SAVAGES by Christy
Sloat is available now and that I get to share the news!


If you
haven’t yet heard about this wonderful book by Author Christy Sloat, be sure to
check out all the details below.


This blitz
also includes a giveaway for an eBook from
Christy’s
collection
courtesy of Christy. and Rockstar Book Tours. So if you’d like a
chance to win, enter in the Rafflecopter at the bottom of this post.

About The Book:

Title: COURT OF SAVAGES (The Savage Hunt Series Book
1)
Author: Christy
Sloat
Pub. Date: March 31, 2020
Publisher: CHBB
Publishing
 

Pages: 180
Formats:  eBook
Find it: Amazon Goodreads
High atop a mountain crest sits the grand Gahana Royal Hotel. The world’s
most elite are dying to see what lies beyond its iron gates, yet only a select
few earn an invitation.

How do they find themselves on that VIP list? By being truly monstrous
human beings capable of the most fiendish acts. Once an invitation is extended,
the evaluation begins. The Court of Savages thrive off the hunt, the thrill of
the chase and the delight of the feast. Yet they adhere to a strict code. Never
will they harm a human who is innocent, good, or reformed. Their beastly
pallets require the most vile of beings and an invitation to the secretive
resort has just been extended to London Stiles.

Can she prove there’s enough goodness in her to save, or will her
check-out date be postponed indefinitely?
Excerpt:

The last to
speak was Nola. When she spoke, everyone listened intently, her presence
commanded silence. Especially when it came to Lathan. His dark eyes constantly
watched her, even as she was just merely watching others. Whether she knew he
was looking her way was never known.

She pulled
her red hair out of her face.

“And these
humans you hired as staff, they’ll keep our secret?”

Amon
nodded.

“How can
you be sure?” she urged. Amon smiled at her. She was his favorite, not because
he was in love with her like Lathan was, but because he respected her more than
the others.

“Do you
doubt me?”

Without
hesitation, she said, “I do not trust humans, Amon. Do you not remember how my
family died? How the humans hunted us down like we were the monsters. All we
killed then were their livestock and they killed my family like they were
killing their children. All we took from them was their food. What would the
humans do here, if they knew we were killing their own kind?”

A good
question for Amon, who didn’t look shaken by it. Still, she didn’t trust Amon’s
plan. He leaned forward and touched her cold cheek.

“My dear
Nola, you must understand that I have this under control. I am older than all
of you put together. I have seen the earth before humans inhabited it. Before
they became the kings and queens that ruled. My life has given me one thing,
and that’s an understanding of how they work.

“I know
what makes them tick. What they desire. And that is to see their kind suffer.
Not the ones who are innocent, no. The humans who deliver nothing but cruelty.
The hatred they have for their kind that do bad onto others. The evil they hold
in their hearts for those who have hurt them. It’s delicious. Can you not taste
it, my friends?”

Amon
pressed a button and the door to their room opened. In walked fifty humans,
dressed in Amon’s strict uniform as the new staff of the hotel. Their fear
apparent on their faces and in the air.

“Taste it,
friends,” Amon said quietly before he addressed his staff. “Humans, tell my
court here how much you hate the humans who have hurt you. But, do not use your
words. Use your mind. Think of how they damaged you inside and how badly they
deserve to die by our hands. Go ahead, you are safe with us.”

With that
they closed their eyes, or stared at the monsters who sat in front of them. And
Nola sniffed the air around her, her teeth-baring and she rubbed her throat as
the familiar feeling of hunger clung to her senses. Mariet’s teeth chattered as
she gripped the table in front of her; hunger boiling in her belly.

Lathan
stared at Nola as he had learned to control his hunger, but not to control his
desire for Nola. God how he’d love to pull her onto the table and undress her.
He wanted nothing more than to stare down at her bare pale body and treat her
like the goddess she was.

The twins
writhed in their seats, barely able to control the burning rage in their bones.
They were born to deliver justice to these people. The Sister’s Karma, they
were sometimes called, but sirens of the sea they truly were.
  For them the hunger was overpowering, for
they truly only fed on humans who did the worst. Siren’s often got overlooked
the most.

“Do you
believe me yet?”

As they all
anticipated feeding, now more than ever, Amon dismissed his staff. He addressed
his friends once again.

“Well, what
say you? Are you to be in my court? To trust me in taking care of you and
delivering justice to those humans who have been wronged. I assure you, you
will be treated as the royalty you are.”

Lathan
smiled at Amon, and gave his nod of approval. The twin’s both said, “Aye,” in
unison. Mariet made Amon promise that the humans who resided in the sleepy town
some miles away would never know what was happening. Once he did, she seemed
content.

It was Nola
who was the hardest to convince. There were too many what if’s for her to
consider. She’d seen too much horror in her life and she wanted a peaceful existence.

“Nola,”
Lathan said, addressing her from across the table. “You lost a family, let Amon
give you that back. With us you’ll have safety. Out there, there are no
promises.”

Something
struck a chord within as she seemed to relax a bit more. Lathan was known to
calm many. Perhaps it was his dashing good looks, or maybe his deep voice. But
whatever the reason, she said, “I’m trusting you here. Do not make me regret
it.”

“Oh, I
won’t,” Lathan assured her. He meant it.

“Well then
it’s settled, we are the Court of Savages, truly and surely. Welcome to your
new home.” Amon said.
About Christy: 

I am
Southern California native, now living in New Jersey! 
How did that
happen?
 I am married and have  two beautiful little girls who love
to read just like Mommy. I have had a passion for books since I was
a little girl and an imagination for just as long. I hope my books can
inspire others to read and to write too.

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Giveaway Details:

1 winner
will win an eBook from
Christy’s collection,
International.

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