Monday, February 18, 2013

Wind's Aria by Tessa Stockton

Aria is a Songstress and sings in each new day, watching the sun rise.  She's surprised to find a man watching her.  She's also surprised that he can vanish so quickly.  Who is he?

The author and Goddess Fish Blog allowed me read an ebook of this story for review.  It's currently available at Soulmate Publishing.

Aria has been chosen to be the Songstress.  Part of that includes being celibate and pure.  She knows having a relationship with her mystery man is impossible.  After all, he has wings and can fly, he's not like any man in her village.

The author has chosen some interesting characters in her story.  Evil is portrayed by a snake, just like in the Garden of Eden.  I was surprised to see what represented good.  

Aria loses her voice, the mysterious man is injured by the snake because he doesn't want to harm her village, and the sun goes away without song.  Her guardian sends her out to find the next Songstress.  She has no idea where to go, no food, her horse is on its last legs, and she's lost her mystery man.  But she still goes...

Tessa will be awarding a $50 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn commenter during this tour and her book blast tour.

Follow the tour and comment; the more you comment, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates can be found here:

Happy reading.


Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting today.

Tessa Stockton said...

Jo Ann, I appreciate the time you took to read Wind's Aria. I love your perspective and the fact that you wrote the review in an open-ended way, leaving potential questions and curiosities up to other readers. Thank you!!

Anonymous said...

This sounds really sensual, sweet, and lovely!


Unknown said...

I love the beautiful cover and it sounds like a really intriguing message

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MomJane said...

Wo8What a fascinating story line.

Catherine Lee said...

So that's a teaser. What represents good? HMMM...It's a mystery.
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Chelsea B. said...

I love the way this novel sounds. So romantic!


Anonymous said...

The review does entice the reader about who is represented as good, and other questions.

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bn100 said...

Nice premise.


Mary Preston said...

I'm very interested to see what represents good now!


magic5905 said...

Thanks for the excerpt, I like the sound of this book, thanks.
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Unknown said...

Thanks for the great giveaway.