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Hi and “WELCOME” to Rave Reviews Book Club’s BACK-TO-SCHOOL BOOK & BLOG BLOCK PARTY at Amy Reece’s Blog!  Location:  Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

Here’s What I’m Giving Away Today:

*$5 Amazon Gift Card

WINNER: Linda Mims

*One (1) Autographed Paperback copy of SEEKER

WINNER: Bethany Turner

*Three (3) e-book copies of SEEKER


Peter Wendt

Larry Hyatt

Harmony Kent

# of Winners for this stop:  5

I’d like to introduce you to my books and I do hope that you will take the time to check them out.

Winners will be chosen at random from comments left TODAY 9/4/15

Once again, thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to share your thoughts and comments below.  Good luck on winning my giveaways!  I’ll see you at the next stop of this awesome BOOK & BLOG BLOCK PARTY!

 The Seeker Series by Amy Reece
Genre: YA/NA Paranormal Romance
SEEKER – Book #1: http://amzn.to/1eNLjLI
DREAMER – Book #2: http://amzn.to/1eNLlmO
SEER – Book #3: http://amzn.to/1P0lx3R
ORACLE – Book #4: http://amzn.to/1M0JNTr
SEEKER, The Seeker Series #1
Ally Moran has always just known about things—things she shouldn’t really be able to know…
Suddenly when she starts having vivid visions about a former friend who is in desperate trouble, the adults in her life think she might hold the key to an ancient mystery.
Jack Ruiz has a troubled past, but is trying to make a fresh start at a new high school…
He just wants to keep his head down and graduate, hopefully before he turns 20. The last thing he needs is to get involved with a feisty redhead and her psychic visions.
While Jack valiantly attempts to keep Ally at arm’s length, she is equally determined to be a part of his life. Who will win this battle of wills?
More importantly…
Can this unlikely couple work together to find answers to Ally’s visions before someone gets killed?


DREAMER, The Seeker Series #2
Meet Ally Moran, a 17 year-old who also happens to be psychic. Oh, and she’s getting more psychic with every passing day, so much so that she’s been sent to Ireland to check in with the Seer Council to see what’s up with her freaky new powers.
Jack Ruiz is her 19 year-old boyfriend, a former troublemaker who’s back on track and trying desperately to graduate. His plans did not include falling in love with a psychic trouble-magnet.
Last month they worked together to save a friend in deep trouble and ended up solving a school-wide mystery. But now there’s a new guy at school, Remy Giles, and he seems just a little bit too interested in Ally for Jack’s liking. And why does Ally keep dreaming about a kidnapping? Last month seems like a cakewalk compared to this semester…
Ally’s trying to solve a mystery, but Jack is just trying to keep her alive.
SEER, The Seeker Series #3


Ally Moran and Jack Ruiz are starting their first year in college and are looking for peace and quiet for the first time in their relationship…
However, it may be too much to hope for.
First, Ally’s long-lost father shows up, making her question everything she thought she knew about her past.
Meanwhile, Rémy Giles and the mysterious Mina have accompanied Ally home from France so they can try to figure out what the newest prophecy could possibly mean.
Is Ally the next Oracle?
And if all this weren’t enough, Ally fears she is being stalked, and she appears to have a secret admirer who is sending her creepy personal messages in the college newspaper. However, no one else has seen this “supposed” stalker, so she fears she may be going crazy.
As Jack and Remy fight to keep Ally safe against the looming danger,
Ally begins to fear for the one thing she can’t bear to lose…her sanity.



“Ally was just telling me that her young man has joined the military. I think that is very noble.” Kate put her arm through Rémy’s and pulled him along with us deeper into the garden.

“Oh, yes. Jack is all that is noble and good,” Rémy said, dripping sarcasm. “He is so good that we mere mortals must bask in his virtuosity. Oww”. He rubbed the arm I punched.

“Now, children. You mustn’t fight. Don’t make me send you to your rooms,” Kate teased. “We must make good use of Ally’s limited time here to try and figure out what you two have to do with the prophecy. It would be so much easier and make more sense if you were destined to fall in love with each other,” she sighed.

I swallowed another bite of sandwich. “I really don’t think prophecies should go around telling people who to fall in love with. That’s not right. I didn’t choose to fall in love with Jack; my heart chose him and I had to go along with it.” They both stopped in the path and stared at me. “What?” I asked.

“That was very beautiful, Ally. And very profound. I can see I would be wise not to underestimate you, my dear. Now,” she said as she led us briskly down the path, “why have you two been brought together, if not to unite the clans through a marriage alliance?”

The mere thought of marriage to Rémy made me cringe. I mean, he was gorgeous, but we would kill each other in about an hour. “You don’t think we can bring the clans together any other way than marriage? That’s really limiting, you know? Not to mention medieval.”

Rémy snickered and Kate gave him a dirty look. “Ally is correct. And far, far in the future, when I begin to look for a wife, I will require someone a good bit more biddable than Ally,” he said.

“Yes,” I sneered. “You’ll need someone who adores you nearly as much as you adore yourself.”

“Remind me why I went to the trouble of bringing you a sandwich?”

“Children,” Kate warned.

“Sorry,” we both murmured.

“Now, we must use what little time we have for Ally’s visit to try and figure out what in the world is going on with you two. We will have to run various tests…”

ORACLE, The Seeker Series #4
Spending her junior year in college in France should be the adventure of a lifetime…
Too bad Ally Moran’s only doing it to keep her family and friends safe from a killer. When Mina goes missing, the illusion of safety disappears and Rémy must finally confront his feelings for her.
Jack has been patient for a year, but he can only be pushed so far before he takes matters into his own hands and flies to France to bring back the feisty red-haired psychic he loves.
Love may conquer all, but the identity of the true Oracle is still up in the air.
Until that’s settled,
no one can have a happily-ever-after…

I tried to relax as I watched people hurry by on the busy street. A young mother pushing a stroller stopped and sat at the table next to me, motioning to the waiter for a coffee. She wilted in her chair only to sit up again and fuss with the sleeping baby’s blanket. She noticed me watching and we exchanged smiles in that universal way of women admiring a beautiful baby. I looked away and sighed. Would that ever be me? I was twenty years old, living in a foreign country, and I was lonely. Jack and I communicated every day—text, FaceTime, email, etcetera—but it wasn’t enough any more. I needed to be with him: to hold him, kiss him, live with him, and yes, sleep with him. I was ready to move on with my life, but this unresolved situation with Luc was holding me back. As if I had conjured a response with my thoughts, my phone dinged a text notification. It was from Jack and consisted of a two word response to my email:

Come home.
I smiled and reached to wipe away a tear as I prepared to text him back.

“Cherié! I thought I might find you here!”

“Rémy! You’re back early!” He kissed both my cheeks before taking the chair opposite me. I noticed he and the young woman at the next table giving each other a once-over and rolled my eyes at him.

“What?” He shrugged.

“You just can’t help it, can you?” I laughed. “Flirting is like breathing with you, isn’t it?”

He shrugged again and caught Marc’s attention to order a beer. “Where’s Mina? I tried to get her on her mobile, but it went straight to voice mail.”

I cocked an eyebrow at him and smirked. “She turns it off when she needs to concentrate. I’m sure she’s at home working. Drink your beer and then we can go see her.” Although we had all improved our mental communication abilities over the past year, we had all also agreed to respect each other’s privacy to a much greater degree, only invading each other’s thoughts in the case of a true emergency, which had not happened so far this year. In fact, this year had been mostly an exercise in boredom, filled with school, training, and waiting.

Amy Reece lives in Albuquerque, NM, with her husband and family. She loves to read and travel and has an unhealthy addiction to dogs. She loves wine and friends, in that order. Stay tuned for her new novel, No Place Like Home, coming soon.
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  1. Hi, Amy – you have an attractive website here and I liked how you displayed your books with some excerpts provided as well – the look like great reads! Hope you enjoy lots of company at your party today… hmmmm… anybody seen John Howell? LOL!

  2. Hi Amy, good to know you. You have very interesting looking books, you have really been hard at work. Now you are here, let the party begin! I hope you are having fun. 🙂 Your website is looking good too. This is the first time I ‘m coming across it.

  3. Yours is the blog of the day, Amy! Excellent post. Your blog is neat and orderly, and very informative. May your books find many happy readers! Best wishes to you!

  4. I have found that many of the YA books are sometimes even better than those written for more ‘mature’ readers. Looks like I should add yours to my TBR pile.

  5. This is a lovely blog post, Amy, and I ADORE your book covers! The teasers definitely make me want to read more of your books! So now I’m running round the garden, screaming my head off, wile my TBR snaps at my heels and growls menacingly! LOL. Very best of luck with everything 🙂

  6. Great blog post Amy. Thank you for hosting today’s party! Your books look fabulous and the covers make you want to dive into them for a good read.

    I’ve also thought about trying WattPad, but wasn’t sure if you could post writing from books that are on KDP select. It’s something I need to look into.

    Wishing you great success with all of your work.

    1. Thanks Lizzie! With Wattpad, I post my WIPs but for my published books I can only post 10%, so it’s basically a sample. Once I get a contract for my newest (hopefully!) I’ll pull it from Wattpad.

  7. Love the covers. The phrase “psychic trouble-maker” in your Dreamer blurb had me laugh. It’s the first time that I thought about the fact that trouble-makers are challenging enough but adding a psychic element would definitely be exhausting to keep up with in an acquaintance.

  8. Hi Amy – hope the RRBC Block party is still rocking! I may be a bit late but from the number of comments looks like you had a BIG crowd!
    Your blog site looks great and the series of YA/Paranormal fiction you are giving as prizes looks awesome as well!

    Good luck with all of your books! MikeL

  9. I came to your block party late, but your books sound AMAZING! Well, actually, I got to the party too early in the morning and the link wasn’t up and just never got back to it. Lol! I’m glad I is now because your books sound great! 😊

  10. I had a busy holiday weekend and didn’t get to stop by last Friday. I hope you had a good day hosting the block party. Looks like you had plenty of visitors!

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