Thursday, October 22, 2015

Portia by Christina Bauer Book Blitz!!

Hello there guys!

Today I'm delighted to be part of the Book Blitz for Portia by Christina Bauer, organized by Xpresso Book Tours!!

I fell in love with Christina's first book, Angelbound and I'm so happy to continue reading about the adventures of the characters in these following books!

There will be a giveaway at the end of this post, so keep an eye open for that, but first, more information about Portia!

Portia by Christina Bauer 
(Angelbound Offspring #2)

Published by: Ink Monster LLC
Publication date: October 27th 2015
Genres: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult

Unlike her famous older brother Maxon, Princess Portia isn’t known for killing demons or attracting admirers. The reason why is simple: a spell was cast on Portia, and the magic has marked her to one day transform into a dreaded Void demon. To fight this horrible fate, Portia’s spent her life hiding in libraries and learning magic. But when the Void demons threaten to destroy all the after-realms—and the handsome dragon Emperor Tempest offers his help—then Portia suspects that her future holds more than just a demonic metamorphosis. Fate is calling the bookworm princess onto the battlefield, and it’s a fight against both deadly enemies and her heart’s desires.
May be read as a stand-alone.


I am so late.

My heart beats at double speed while I rush up the staircase to the Ryder mansion. After pulling open the fancy wooden door, I step inside a large and empty foyer. Well, it’s almost empty.

The President of Purgatory is waiting for me. Not good.

Even worse, her mouth is pressed into a thin and frustrated line. No question why she’s unhappy. My lecture on Magic Across The After-Realms should’ve started twenty minutes ago.

“Portia, you’re finally here,” she sighs. “We were getting frantic.”

The President’s known for being tough on crime, graft, and well, everything really. But she’s also my grandmother. When it comes to family, Gram’s a softie who worries like crazy. I should know, being a softie myself. I give her a quick peck on the cheek. “So sorry, Gram. I got caught up.”

Gram’s tail sways warily over her right shoulder. No shock, there. Every quasi-demon in Purgatory has a tail. Gram’s variety is long and black with an arrowhead-shaped end and a mind of its own. Currently, that mind totally suspects that I’m up to something.

Good suspicion, actually.

“What are you working on this time?” asks Gram. “Is it dangerous magic? Please tell me you’re being safe.”

About the author:  
 Christina graduated from Syracuse University's Newhouse School with BA's in English as well as Television, Radio, and Film Production. Her day job is in marketing for companies like Microsoft, Cisco, and Brainshark. Back in the go-go 90′s, she founded her own software start-up, Mindful Technologies. Christina believes that, upon close examination of Tolkien's text, it's entirely possible that the Balrog was wearing fuzzy bunny slippers.


Blitz-wide giveaway (INTL)

  • E-Copy of Portia
  • Dragon Ear Cuff/Post Earring
  • Portia Themed Nail Polish Mini’s by Color Club Nail Lacquer
  • PRINT copy of Portia
  • Dragon Pendant

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  1. Ummmm. Bookworm princess? YES PLEASE!!! That description alone has me wanting to read this one Pili, and of course I want to know if she can change her fate and not turn into a demon. I'm rooting for her:)

    1. Yep, I loved the fact that she was one of us!! Books are her first love!

  2. I've not heard of this one! Fantasy, romance, lovely cover, I'm intrigued!

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  3. Gorgeous post Pili. <3 Probably not books for me, but that cover is pretty awesome :D You have made me curious. Thank you for sharing about this book sweet girl :) I hope you are having an awesome weekend so far. <3

  4. Oooh purgutory demon? This sounds so fascinating, especially with the grams as a character!

  5. I love the cover and I do not usually like girls in ball gowns images. And yay, my new Kindle has no commenting problems with your blog, so I don't have to wait to be on my laptop anymore! :) :) :)


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