It seems like it has been SO long since I’ve taken part in a blog tour or, well . . . posted anything really. But here I am to let you know that the fourth and final book of Tricia Mingerink’s The Blades of Acktar series releases today! I’m going to be SO sad to see this series end. It’s one of my favorites. Why? One word. Leith. Yeah, Leith. If you know me at all, you know how I love tortured heroes. This series is full of all the rip-your-heart-to-pieces goodness any crazy reader could want. That might sound totally strange, but I know some of you readers will get it. ;) Seriously, this was me the whole time I was reading Defy (book 3):
Yep, right in the feels. Anyway, I had hoped to share a review of Deliver with you to celebrate its release, but truth is, I’m still reading it. I blame all of you for that. ;) If I weren’t spending hours upon hours editing Exiles for you, I’d have more time to read.
So, have you read any of Tricia’s books yet? *someone slowly raises their hand* WHAT? NO? Well, if you haven’t, you must. They are so good! Okay, enough of my fangirling. Here is everything you need to know. You’ve got no excuse now not to pick up the books and join the fandom.
Can something broken ever heal?
Martyn is broken. After torturing his best friend, he doesn’t belong anywhere in Acktar. No matter how far he runs, he can’t lose his guilt.
Leith is broken. While healing from the torture he received at Nalgar Castle, he struggles to find his new role. But can a Blade ever outrun his past?
The country is broken. Bitterness divides town against town, neighbor against neighbor. What will it take to deliver Acktar from itself?
They face their hardest battle yet.
About the Author
Tricia Mingerink is a twenty-something, book-loving, horse-riding country girl. She lives in Michigan with her family and their pack of pets. When she isn’t writing, she can be found pursuing backwoods adventures across the country.
You can connect with her on Facebook, Pinterest, Goodreads, Twitter, Instagram, and her blog.
And make sure you check out Tricia’s Deliver Release Party on Facebook! Seriously, FB parties are always so much fun. :)