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A Night Without Stars by Jillian Eaton

a-night-without-stars-blitz-bannerA Night Without Stars

by Jillian Eaton

Genre: YA Paranormal

Terror, Scary, Portrait of young female beauty with long dark hair in black and white

Terror, Scary, Portrait of young female beauty with long dark hair in black and white

You might know vampires…but you don’t know Lola.

Sixteen-year- old Lola Sanchez is no hero. Snarky, rebellious, and completely fed up with her life, she has one goal: graduate high school and get the hell out of her small hometown. Until a night of terror and bloodshed changes everything…forever.

Now the only thing Lola wants to do is survive. But how can she survive when everything she knows has been destroyed and the one person she thought she could trust ends up being the most dangerous person of all?

Please Note: ‘A Night Without Stars’ was previously published as a novella entitled ‘Pitch’ in 2012. It is now a full length novel. All reviews prior to 01/21/14 are for ‘Pitch’.

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“Do you think there is anyone else left?” I asked quietly. “Any survivors, like us?”

Maximus’ shoulders lifted and fell beneath his leather jacket. “There are always survivors. You know what they say about cockroaches, don’t you?”

I shook my head.

“If the world was destroyed by a nuclear blast, cockroaches would find a way to survive.”

The corners of my mouth tightened. “Are you comparing us to cockroaches?”

“What if I am?”

“Then I would say you’re crazy. This isn’t some kind of nuclear blast or a war or something.”

“That’s where you are wrong, Lola.” Maximus stepped closer, crowding me back against the edge of the sidewalk. I could have easily stepped down over the curb, but I held my ground. I found I liked being close to him, a dangerous thing to discover when you were supposed to be running for your life. “This is a war,” he said softly, so softly I had no choice but to lean towards him. He angled his body to mine. We were as close as two people could physically be without touching. My breath caught in my throat, refusing to go up or down.

“What kind of war?” I managed to croak.

“A war to end all wars.” His eyes burned into mine. “A war to end the human race.”

About the Author

jillian-eatonI guess this is where I get to tell you all about myself! So here goes. My name is Jillian Eaton, I’m 29, a Leo, huge animal lover, Supernatural fan (Go Team Dean!), and coffee addict. I grew up in Maine and now live in Pennsylvania in a one hundred year old house I bought with my boyfriend a little over a year ago. Together we have three dogs, two horses, and a very fun, crazy, chaotic life.

For as long as I can remember I have loved to read, and as soon as I figured out how to hold a pencil that love of reading turned into a love of writing. I self-published my first historical romance in 2012. Since then I have published thirteen novellas and six novels. While I primarily write historical romance, I’ve enjoyed dabbling in paranormal young-adult and contemporary women’s fiction.

In addition to writing, I teach two riding classes at Delaware Valley University (my alma mater) and train horses at a small private farm that I used to manage before I left to become a full-time writer!

When I’m not working, you’ll most likely find me taking my dogs for a walk, fussing over my goofy thoroughbred, looking up house projects on pinterest, binging on Netflix, gardening, or attempting to cook (attempting being the key word).

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