Saturday, September 14, 2013

Promo: Silenced Series by Raebeth Mcgee


Amber Brown spent her entire existence believing Dave was her father. When her mother reveals this is untrue, she goes through an emotional spiral with depression. It's hard for her to believe her mother had lied to her all this time. 

A move to a new home and town causes Amber to be consumed by her "darkness" and reverts to cutting to free herself from her pain.

When Casey, her new friend enters her life, she introduces Amber to parties, drugs, and Amber's new boyfriend Landon. The secret of cutting begins to take affect on Amber as she tries to hide it from her friends and family. In the mist of everything, Amber has the desire to find out who her biological father is.

Follow Amber through her trials of depression and cutting, along with the discovery of love.



In life when one thing goes wrong, it can feel like everything goes wrong. Secrets come to the surface while friendships twist out of control, romantic relationships end, and even a dear loved one can die!

In Silenced: The Overtaking Amber’s life turns to chaos when she finds out Sarah, her childhood friend dies suddenly, her stepfather reveals another devastating family secret, and her boyfriend begins pushing her away.

After all the truth comes out, Amber turns to her darkness for comfort when her worst fear becomes reality. Her secret with cutting is discovered when she loses control and ends up in the hospital. Amber’s long journey to recovery begins with a battle. While she’s fighting her way to freedom, she discovers the one love she’s been missing her entire life.

Will Amber overtake her darkness of cutting or will the darkness overtake her?




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7 comments:

  1. Thank you for being part of the Silenced Series blog tour and doing a feature on my books. I appreciate it.

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  2. Thank you for being part of the blog tour. Love your blog!

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  3. These kind of stories featuring dark truths are hard to read. It sounds like the author has been able to bring more to the subject, making you connect and care about the charcters and hope for a happy outcome.
    I've read a couple of books dealing with cutting and while I cringed at parts, the stories were engaging and I bow to any author who has the courage to tackle this and help people to understand the underlying pain.

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  4. So glad you've put Raebeth Buda on this site. She's an enormously talented lady. I hope everyone who sees this buys the book.

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  5. Love the background on your blog! Thanks for joining in on the fun tour.

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  6. Thank you for being part of this blog tour. Raebeth is an inspirational person and a fantastic writer.

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