I am so thrilled to kick off the tour for Sisters of Blood and Spirit by Kady Cross today. Kay Cross is a phenomenal author and this new YA series has everything we all love so much in YA Paranormal!
Today, I have Kady here who shares 5 Secrets, a secret letter and a secret introduction!
Seriously, don’t miss this
5 secrets we are going to uncover in Sisters of Blood and Spirit
Wow, you guys don’t mess around! Just so there aren’t any spoilers, I will tell you what the secret pertains to, but not the outcome.
- Whether or not ghosts exist.
- Whether or not Lark is actually mentally ill.
- Why Mace acts so weird with Lark, when she thinks she should be the one who feels weird around him.
- The secret (that even Lark doesn’t know about) Wren keeps in the Shadow Lands.
- Who the mysterious white-haired woman is.
A Secret Letter from Wren to Lark that Lark would never read
You’ll never read this, because I’m never going to give it to you. Besides, I can’t use a pen in your world, and spectral writing is so tedious… Anyway, you won’t ever see this, and that’s fine. Sometimes, I feel like maybe you blame me for the time you spent in Bell Hill. I f I had just let you die you wouldn’t have had to go to that awful place, and suffer all the things you suffered there. We could have been together if I’d just let you end it. I don’t know how to tell you that I *knew* you couldn’t die. It would have been wrong. Sometimes, I feel like you and I are what we are for a reason, even if we don’t know that reason yet. Does that make sense? I have to think that we exist for a purpose, otherwise my being dead is just some cruel joke. It *can’t* be a joke. Can it?
How would Wren describe Lark and the other way around? A fun way to introduce the two sisters from the other’s POV
Lark describing Wren: My sister’s a ghost. A wraith. Casper, if you will. Only, she’s like Casper crossed with Anne of freaking Green Gables, or something. Okay, maybe not Anne, but whatever. She’s like this boho, free spirit — no pun intended. She usually looks perfect, because ghosts can do that. And she can change her appearance just by thinking about it, which is really annoying. When she manifests she’s like something out of Beetlejuice. I told her that once — she cried. We’re were nine, so I think she’s over it now. I hope. Anyway, she’s really pale, has blood-red hair and blue eyes. I think she’s prettier than me. She’s definitely nicer *and* scarier. I’d do anything for her — even live and let the whole world think I’m nuts.
Wren describing Lark: My sister is my best friend. She can be a little prickly, but that’s just a defense mechanism. She’s always trying to protect me, but I don’t need protection. Sometimes, I think she’s the one who needs to be protected. The living are so fragile and easily broken. She has this gorgeous white hair that is so shiny. She used to hate it, but I think she likes it now. And she has blue eyes. I love her eyes. She frowns too much, but I think she’s beautiful. Like a doll. I’d do anything for her, including spending most of my time in a world that isn’t my own.
Don’t you love these posts? If I wouldn’t be already excited about Sisters of Blood and Spirit -I’d definitely be excited now!
Sisters of Blood and Spirit by Kady Cross
- Publication date: March 31st 2015 by Harlequin Teen
- Book 1 in the Sisters of Blood and Spirit Series
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Wren Noble is dead—she was born that way. Vibrant, unlike other dead things, she craves those rare moments when her twin sister allows her to step inside her body and experience the world of the living.
Lark Noble is alive but often feels she belongs in the muted Shadow Lands—the realm of the dead. Known as the crazy girl who talks to her dead sister, she doesn’t exactly fit in with the living, though a recent suicide attempt and time in a psych ward have proved to her she’s not ready to join her sister in the afterlife.
Now the guy who saved Lark’s life needs her to repay the favor. He and his friends have been marked for death by the malevolent spirit of a vicious and long-dead serial killer, and the twins—who should know better than to mess with the dead—may be their only hope of staying alive.