Monday, May 19, 2014

Blog Tour for Wild Angel by Shari Copell

Title: Wild Angel
Series: A Rock'n Tpestries Novel, #2
Author: Shari Copell
Genre: Contemporary Romance / Paranormal Elements
Release Date: May 11, 2014 
Tour Organized by: As the Pages Turn

“Hello, Pittsburgh! You ready to rock?" 
Nicks Sorenson, guitarist extraordinaire for the band Wild Angel, has a lot going on during her last year of high school. In fact, she sometimes wonders
if someone has painted a bull’s eye on her forehead. 
Stone Jensen, lead guitarist for the band Heavy Remedy, shows up everywhere she plays despite the bad blood between them. The high school principal i
s targeting her with endless detentions for some reason. And she’s starting to wonder if her mother is losing her mind.
Life soon spins into chaos for the Sorenson family.  It began when Nicks learned the name of the dead musician who’d willed her his four guitars. Th
en came the dreams of a man shrouded in mist.  She doesn’t recognize him, but he seems to know her.
As the strange occurrences escalate, Nicks goes on an unexpected—and painful—journey into the past. 
She’s about to learn what you don’t know can hurt you.

Review by Gia:

I loved this book. Wild Angel in book two in the Rock'n Tapestries series. Book one in the Rock'n Tapestries series is Rock'n Tapestries. If you haven't read Rock'n Tapestries, you should read that one before reading Wild Angel.
In the acknowledgements in the beginning of the book Shari Copell say, "First and foremost, this book is for those of you who shed tears while reading Rock'n Tapestries. I love a happy ending too. Wild Angel is my attempt to put the universe back into alignment." After reading that I thought I wouldn't need tissues when reading Wild Angel but I was wrong. Keep your tissues nearby when reading Wild Angel.
Wild Angel is Nicks Sorenson, story. Nicks Sorenson is Asher and Chelsea's daughter. I was surprised when reading that Nicks didn't know Asher was her father. Stone Jensen, lead guitarist for the band Heavy Remedy, takes a liking to Nicks and in the process he uncovers that Asher is Nicks dad. I loved the whole way that Nicks finding out about her father was handled.
We get Asher in ghost form in this story. He at points gives warning that something bad might happen to Nicks. When reading you keep guessing who is out the harm Nicks. Is it the creepy principal, Mr. Marius, or Seth the guy Nicks won't date, or Emily Sotne's crazy groupie? When I did find out who was trying to hurt Nicks I was surprised who it was and how it all happened. Some tears were definitely shed but there is a happy ending.
 5 Amzeballs Stars!

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Author Bio: 
Though I write contemporary romance under the name Shari Copell, my real name is Sherry Jesberger. I write a historical fantasy/paranormal
romance series under the name S.L. Jesberger.  I am an eleventh generation native of Pennsylvania.  My husband Gordon and I raised three lovely
daughters, one of whom designs my book covers. Another daughter drew the map in the front cover of my historical fantasy series.
I’ve always had stories swirling through my head. Crazy stuff, totally whack situations. I was a voracious reader as a child, choosing to escape int
o the world of books. I wrote stories when I was a teen, but quit as I grew up. (Keep in mind, there were no computers then. Writing a book or story
consisted of a brand-new notebook and a ballpoint pen.) I found some of these early stories as I cleaned out my grandmother’s house after she passed. Unfortunately, I threw them away.   I started writing again in 2012 after my husband lost his job. Aislin of Arianrhod was published in October of that year. I immediately began to work on the second book in the series, Winter’s Child.
Sometime in the middle of writing Winter’s Child, I had the inexplicable urge to swear like sailor,
use modern vernacular, and write steamy sex scenes.  I was amused and tried to push it aside. The
language in a historical fantasy is obviously much different from a contemporary romance, so I had
to behave myself.  I finally just thought, fuck it. I’ll do it. It was during that time that I started to write “
Micah’s Island.” I simply needed to purge the wild story that had taken over my brain by then. It was so
much fun to write. What would happen if you met a man who had never seen a grown woman
I chose the pen name Shari Copell because Micah’s Island was so very different from the Ă€lainnshire
series. Copella was my grandmother’s maiden name—I just dropped the A.  For the most part, people seemed to like Micah, though he was a man of few words. I got some nice (and not so nice) emails about it, mostly from peop
le wanting a better ending. I promptly wrote them one.
I wasn’t sure I would ever write another contemporary romance until Rock’n Tapestries dropped
into my head, nearly complete from beginning to end (though I did run some things past Tara
Chevrestt, who edits for me. Her suggestions were invaluable.) You just have to indulge your muse
when that happens, as it doesn’t happen often.  
In the meantime, rock on!
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Tour wide giveaway:
Shari is offering up the following:
2 x Signed sets of Rock'n Tapestries & Wild Angel (US Only)
1 x Signed sets of Rock'n Tapestries & Wild Angel (UK Only)
Giveaway ends at 11:59 PM CST 05/26/2014

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