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The Extras: The Protector Series Signed Giveaway

Author M.R. Merrick is having an awesome month-long GIVEAWAY for signed copies of the first two books in his The Protector series. One signed set is up for grabs on Goodreads and another signed set is up for grabs on his website, but you can also enter via the Rafflecopter form, below.

PLUS, the blog giveaway winner will also get signed 12″ x 18″ posters of both book covers. And that artwork is absolutely ahhh-mazing!

The giveaways both run from May 15th through June 16th and you can enter both giveaways for two chances to win.

OR to enter directly from the author’s website, CLICK HERE.

For those of you who haven’t met the author or had a chance to check out his awesome books on Goodreads, here’s just a little info. And, the book covers link to Goodreads so you can add them to your TBR.

About the Author

M.R. Merrick is a Canadian writer, and author of Exiled & Shift, the first two installments in The Protector Series. Having never travelled, he adventures to far off lands through his imagination and in between cups of coffee. As a music lover and proud breakfast enthusiast, he’s usually found at the computer, between a pair of headphones and in front of a large bowl of cereal.

Find him: TWITTERWEBSITE, GOODREADS

About Exiled

Chase Williams is a demon hunter in the Circle, or at least he was supposed to be. On his fifteenth birthday, Chase stepped up to the altar to claim his elemental power, but it never came. Elemental magic is passed down to a hunter through the bloodline, but on Chase’s birthday, the bloodline stopped.

Exiled without the Circle’s protection, Chase has spent two years trying to survive a world riddled with half-demons and magic. When he has a run in with a frightened and seemingly innocent demon, he learns the Circle’s agenda has changed: the Circle plans to unlock a portal and unleash pure-blood demons into the world. Vowing to stop them, and knowing he can’t do it alone, Chase forms a reluctant alliance with Rayna – a sexy witch with an attitude and a secret. In their attempt to stop them, Chase and Rayna find themselves in the middle of the Circle’s plan, leaving one of them to decide what their friendship is worth, and the other’s life depending on it.

About Shift

Devastated by a terrible loss, Chase is trying to balance the life he’s been left with, a family he’s still getting to know, and power he never thought he’d have. He doesn’t understand why the Goddess has named him the Protector and granted him two gifts: the Mark, a tattoo that now covers his back, and the ring. But between getting interrogated by the Circle and psychic attacks from Riley, the Mark is the least of his concern. There’s a demon inside Rayna that’s fighting to be released, and it’s not her inner witch. It’s something else–a monster threatening to tear her apart.

As Chase struggles to control his magic, his enemies are closing in. Everyone has staked a claim on his ring, and destroying it may be his only chance to stop Riley. But Chase must decide if stopping him is worth risking the lives of everyone he cares about, or if protecting the ring will be enough to save his world.

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