Nicolette Jinks

Blissed Season 1 Episode 1 Knock

Blissed Season 1 Episode 1 Knock by Nicolette Jinks
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fiction Fantasy, Suspense
For readers of:Kevin Hearne, Patricia C. Wrede, Maria V. Snyder, Tami Hoag, Gail Carriger
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Print Length40 pages
Publication DateSep. 05, 2015
About the Book

When Brandy Silver picks up her friend from a party, she doesn't expect to be forcibly drugged—or pursued by a demonic wraith. Now she's witness to a Bliss den that the police pointedly ignore and, worse, the drug can be deadly.

What she saw makes Brandy a target for a dangerous magical underworld. The den wants her under their control, or dead.Where can she go, and will anyone believe her before her time runs out?

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Blissed is the scandalous lovechild of thriller, horror, fantasy, romance, and things I don't want my parents to know I've written. The format comes about because it's somewhere between a short story and a serial. Each episode by itself forms a whole story, but they contribute towards a larger overarching story as well. Blissed is not a thing for those people who are immature. Knock is the first episode of Season 1 of the Blissed series. There are plans for 10 seasons, with about 10 episodes per season, each episode about 9,000 words long.

Hope you enjoy Knock.


About the Author

Nicolette Jinks was born and raised on a fish farm in Idaho, an intermountain state south of Canada and west of Wyoming. She began storytelling at an early age by terrifying her cousins with tales of stranded travelers entering haunted houses during terrible thunderstorms.Instead of taking up the family farm, Nicolette sold her cows to pay for a degree in English. She now writes fantasy novels in the UK.

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