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"Sacrifice" (Daughters of Lilith: Book 3) by Jennifer Quintenz

Fans of Braedyn Murphy, the wait is over.  Book 3 of the Daughters of Lilith series is now available.

Just when Braedyn Murphy thought she understood the danger descending on Puerto Escondido, a new threat arrives. A cult devoted to Lilith has taken up residence in the little town, and when Cassie gets tangled up its intrigue, Braedyn realizes she might have to chose between protecting her friends and stopping Lilith from reclaiming this earth.

With her duties to the Guard wearing on her, Braedyn turns to Lucas for solace. Together they wonder if now is the time to claim their one night together—knowing that one night is all they may ever have.

Darker forces have their own plans for Braedyn and the Guard. Braedyn knew this fight could be brutal—but how much can one girl be asked to sacrifice in order to save the world?

Praise for “Thrall” (Daughters of Lilith: Book 1)

“Before you even start this review, put down anything you are doing and go read Thrall. It’s AMAZING! BREATHTAKING! Engaging and smart, Thrall leaves you speechless!” - Savannah, Books With Bite

“The writing style is so smooth, yet gripping. Add some good characters, well-paced story and you have something that I like. No, not like. Love… No surprise that “Thrall” gets full five stars and the highest recommendations I can give.” - Linda, The Fantasy Librarian

“How do I even begin to put all the crazy, gushy, ramblings in my brain about this book onto paper?!? Where to even begin?….This book is a MUST read!” – Hooked In A Book review on Amazon

Praise for “Incubus” (Daughters of Lilith: Book 2)

“If you like gutsy fantasy of the urban variety this should definitely be on your ‘must read’ list. Don’t let the YA label put you off either, like all the best YA fiction, this can be enjoyed by adults as well. I give it an unreserved 5 stars.” – Tahlia, Awesome Indies

“This is one of those books that I have been looking forward to since June of last year… I loved this book and I’m so happy I finally got to read it. I recommend the entire series for the fully developed characters, the impressive mythology, and the fight scenes. I am dreading waiting for the next book.” - David, David-Reviews.com

“Great reading. LOVE IT. Jennifer Quintenz is a special writer who can be very riveting… Spent several sleepless nights in a crazy rush to see how it ends. Can’t wait for the next books.” – Terri, review on Amazon

Get your copy of Sacrifice (Daughters Of Lilith: Book 3) now at Amazon.com.

Not sure what we’re talking about? Catch up on the series!

Get the Kindle version of Thrall now at Amazon.com.
Get the print version of Thrall at Createspace.

Get the Kindle version of Incubus now at Amazon.com.
Get the print version of Incubus at Createspace.

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Notable: Los Angeles and VOD premiere of award-winning “Kelly & Cal”

Jenn Q:

Kam Miller’s got a great post up on an awesome indie movie “Kelly & Cal” that – whether or not you know it yet – you really want to see.

The writer of this gem is a good friend of mine, and I’ve had the privilege of reading a variety of drafts on this project. I can honestly say, from the first draft I read on, I knew this would make an amazing movie.

Congratulations to Amy, Jen, and the rest of the amazing cast and crew.

Originally posted on Glass half-full in Hollywood:

Juliette Lewis and Jonny Weston star in "Kelly & Cal." Photo courtesy of IFC Films.

Juliette Lewis and Jonny Weston star in “Kelly & Cal.”
Photo courtesy of IFC Films.

Hello all! I’m excited to share the news that one of my favorite films in 2014, “Kelly & Cal,” is premiering in Los Angeles today with a simultaneous premiere on demand! (See below for details.)

In the film, Juliette Lewis stars as a former-punk-rocker-turned-suburban-mom, who forms an unlikely friendship with her 17-year-old disabled neighbor played by Jonny Weston. Lewis’ character, Kelly, is dealing with postpartum depression as well as a loss of identity. She and her husband, Josh, played by Josh Hopkins, have moved to the ‘burbs. Kelly’s mother-in-law, played by Cybill Shepherd, steps in to force Kelly out of her funk. However, Kelly finds more kinship with her wheelchair-bound neighbor, Cal, who also feels like an outsider in his life.

Writing in The New York Times, reviewer Stephen Holden notes “the performances of Ms. Lewis and…

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