Guilt is a heavy burden for the one carrying it.
Jem Stonehouse is no exception to this rule.
What if she’d acted sooner? What if she’d fully recognised the threat? What if she hadn’t allowed the male pack members to head into the witches’ ambush?
For one, youngest pack member Josh Larsen wouldn’t be trapped in the sleep of the dead.
Now, Jem is convinced it’s her job to bring him back to life no matter what it takes— learning more about her heritage, risking pack exposure, or travelling to places she couldn’t have imagined possible.
Even if the journey endangers her soul.
Disclaimer: Resonance is, by no means, intended to be read as a standalone. If you haven’t read at least Blue Moon, then you will have absolutely no idea what is happening in Resonance. Also, if you haven’t read Blue Moon, then you will be hit upside the head with one massive spoiler for how the book ends if you read Resonance first.
My View: I read Blue Moon (Holloway Pack#2) last year and really liked it. So as soon as Resonance was in my inbox, I started and finished it within the same day. Yeah, right, I know. I am kind of impatient when it comes to series I love. Even though I hadn’t read either of Instinct (Holloway Pack, #0), Eternal (Holloway Pack, #0.5), Darkness & Light (Holloway Pack, #1), Into The Unknown (Holloway Pack #1.5), Blue Moon worked great as standalone. However, do not mistake that for Resonance. It is not meant as a standalone. You must atleast read Blue Moon first.
Resonance is kind of dark. It’s fast, it’s visual and it’s mind-boggling. The concept is just a little difficult to grab at first but then it sticks to you. I had the movie going on in my head all the time while reading.
The book is such a tease. It almost finished a second after starting. Yes, I felt just like that! I was having a panic attack looking at the inching 100% on my Kindle while going all the time like ‘no, no, no’.
As always, you have to love Jem for her strong headedness, her strength and her perseverance. Love the chemistry and playful banter between Jem and Josh.
And I have no idea how to say something else without giving anything away. It’s frustrating not being able to go ga-ga over something I really liked. So you better read that book quick so we can have a chat.
On a last note (J. A. Belfield, if you’re reading this, I’m done. Go now. Bye.), I wanted to hit the author over her head once I finished reading because by the end, I was craving so much for more of Holloway Pack that it was almost painful. And this short little novella did nothing to quench that thirst for reading more.
FREE copy of Resonance to everyone who submits a valid entry between April 2nd and May 2nd.
How to enter?
Post a picture of you with your precious copy or Blue Moon somewhere on the Internet.
It does not have to be a hard copy (paperback); it can be the cover image on the screen of your Kindle/e-reader/reading tablet.
Once said picture is posted, link up J.A. Belfield so she can see it. NB: There will be a space in the Rafflecopter form to paste in a link to your pic. If you stick it on Facebook/ Twitter, then be sure to tag J. A. Belfield so she can see your entry. And if you happen to stick it anywhere else, then be sure to forward a link to the post to j.a.belfield72 at gmail.com and include ‘The Big Resonance Giveaway’ in the subject line.
Post a review for Blue Moon.
Any review over 100 words will be accepted, even if it doesn’t rave and include 4/5 stars. However, the author will read each review carefully and ascertain that she believes the book has actually been read rather than a review being composed out of a rewrite of the blurb (yes, this does happen on occasion).
Where you post your review is up to you. On Goodreads. Amazon. B&N. On your blog. Completely up to you. But the Rafflecopter form will have separate entry options for each of these places, and each one will be included as an entry toward the main prize.
About the Author
Best known for her Holloway Pack Stories, J.A. Belfield lives in Solihull, England, with her husband, two children, three cats and a dog. She writes paranormal romance, with a second love for urban fantasy.