Blog Tour: If I Should Die by Amy Plum & Giveaway!
Welcome to my stop for the IF I SHOULD DIE blog tour! Now IF I SHOULD DIE is book three in the Revenants series, so if you haven’t read the first two books (Die for Me & Until I Die) you should! I love this series and I’m so sad to see it end. And If I Should Die did not disappoint as the ending to the trilogy. I should have my review up a little bit closer to the release date.
You can check out the complete tour line up over at Mundie Moms!
I will not lose another person I love. I will not let history repeat itself.
Vincent waited lifetimes to find me, but in an instant our future together was shattered. He was betrayed by someone we both called a friend, and I lost him. Now our enemy is determined to rule over France’s immortals, and willing to wage a war to get what they want.
It shouldn’t be possible, none of it should be, but this is my reality. I know Vincent is somewhere out there, I know he’s not completely gone, and I will do anything to save him.
After what we’ve already fought to achieve, a life without Vincent is unimaginable. He once swore to avoid dying—to go against his nature and forsake sacrificing himself for others—so that we could be together. How can I not risk everything to bring my love back to me?
Excerpt from If I Should Die:
“Monsieur Grimod, please try to put yourself into my shoes. Last night my granddaughters came home after participating in a violent fight during which both could have easily been killed. Kate’s boyfriend actually was killed, although I realize that that sort of thing isn’t as serious for your kind, your deaths being impermanent,” she said crisply.
“But because his body was then immolated, he is now floating around as a ghost and being held captive in a castle by a psychotic medieval zombie. The same psychotic medieval zombie who gave one of my granddaughters a concussion and has been sending the other flowers for the last couple of months . . . at our home . . . because she KNOWS WHERE WE LIVE.” Mamie’s face was now purple from her battle between politesse and expressing her true feelings.
“And now I am being asked if my granddaughter can walk right back into the same situation. Unless I was completely insane, my response to that request would be an unequivocal no.”