Blog Blitz ~ Raven’s Innocence, by N. D. White

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Title:  Raven’s Innocence

Author:  Nicky D. White

Genre:  Contemporary Adult Romance (18+)

Publication Date:  June 23, 2014

Front Cover of the contemporary romance novel, Raven's Innocence, by author N. D. White 

Synopsis ~

Raven Pierce vowed to escape the hot and humid climate of Missouri and never look back. After completing her graduate program, she drags her sun-loving, winter-hating best friend to start a new life in Minnesota with its cold crisp air and blankets of snow. Raven’s main focus is her new career and truly establishing her own identity. The last thing she intends to do as she is building a new life is to fall in love. As her luck would have it, one evening a minor accident sends Mr. Tall-Dark-and-Handsome to her rescue. What starts out as the perfect relationship begins to turn challenging when tragedy strikes and pulls her grief-stricken boyfriend into a dark and unpredictable frame of mind. As a psychologist, it is Raven’s job to help her patients navigate through their own emotional journeys and she’s very good at it. However, when it comes to her own life, her feelings for this new man combined with the unforeseen affliction leave her feeling frustrated and emotionally exhausted. Raven finds herself fighting for love in an unfamiliar, confusing, and sometimes dark terrain.

A photo with a quote depicting a scene in Raven's Innocence, a contemporary romance novel by author Nicky D. Whilte

 5-Star Reviews on Amazon.com…

“OMG this was a awesome book that left me wanting more! It was well written with twists and turns and so much suspense! I could not put it down and I absolutely can not wait for Raven’s Undoing to be published so I can read more!” ~ Shauna

“Somebody call the cops, because it’s got to be illegal to fall in love with a book. Being in somewhat of a hurry I failed to read the description and just ordered the book thinking I would learn more about an innocent heavily built crow (a Raven, ya know?) and how they learn to survive in various habitats while maintaining innocence. But it’s not about that kind of Raven, it’s much better and more involved than that. I read this as though I was living the story along with all of the characters, going through the highs and lows of life on my own little roller coaster while yelling out to Raven t”o warn her of the obvious mistakes she’s about to make. We’ve all had a Raven in our lives, the question is – how long until her true crazy comes out (ladies can only hide the crazy for so long). Perhaps I’ll have to look forward to that in the next in the series for the real unleashing of craziness..

There are three types of classifications of books I use 1) I’ll read it because I want to 2) I’ll read it because there is nothing better to do in Prison for the next few years and 3) I need something to start this fire with. This book is by far in the category of reading it not only because I want to, but because every human needs to or they may die a life never quite knowing what they missed.” ~ Patrick

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Excerpt…

“It’s only 9 o’clock. The night is still young. We’re just getting started.” He has a sexy smirk on his face again.

Just getting started? I don’t know that I can handle another round of that so soon. I let out a light-hearted giggle and slump back down into his arms. “Just getting started?” I repeat.

He laughs. “Why, was that too much for you to handle?” he asks, teasingly.

“No, not at all. It was quite invigorating, actually. Might have been the best sex I’ve ever had, even.” I return his teasing look.

“Might have been?” His tantalizing stare is causing the blushing heat to rise in my cheeks again. “Well sweetheart, it looks like next time I’m going to make sure that it is

the best sex you’ve ever had. When I’m done with you, there will be no maybes about it.”

Oh my. “Looking forward to it,” I answer with a grin.

“Are you?” He smirks, but I just grin and nod my head. Grant’s face transforms from sweet to devious and I see a shift in his expression and thoughts. “Raven, be careful what you wish for.”

Huh? I give him a questioning look. He takes his fingers and brushes a curl away from my face and tucks it behind my ear.

“I think I know what I want.” I’m trying to get him to explain his comment further. He lets out a heavy sigh, raises up, and peers down at me. As he cups my face in his hand, I notice his expression has hardened; it almost looks dark.

“I’m not sure that you do.”

I frown at him totally confused. “What do you mean?”

“You don’t really know me. Not like you think that you do.”

Photo Quote from Raven's Innocence

About The Author…

Author Photo, N. D. WhiteNicky grew up in a small town in the Midwest, where she still resides. She has her Masters in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. She works part of the time in Kansas City and the other part in her hometown. Juggling between family, work, and writing, she stays very busy; never a dull moment. Writing has always been a passion and talent of hers. Her mother was also a writer, but of poetry. Nicky has written her fair share of poems, but the idea of writing a novel is what truly pulled at her heart-strings. She started writing Raven’s Innocence last fall, and  is currently working on the sequel, Raven’s Undoing.

Connect with Nicky on Social Media…

Twitter:  @nickyd_white (https://twitter.com/nickyd_white)

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/nikki.pryor

WordPress Blog: http://nickydwhite.com/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/ndwhite

Buying Links:

Amazon Kindle
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Amazon UK Kindle
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Photo Edit - Falling in Love, a quote from Raven's Innocence, by N. D. White

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