Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Shadow of the Forgotten by Mckenna Grey & Everly Archard ~ Excerpt & Giveaway

Today we have the blog tour for SHADOW OF THE FORGOTTEN by McKenna Grey & Everly Arcard. Check it out and grab your copy today!


Author: McKenna Grey & Everly Archard

Genre: Romantic Suspense

About Shadow of the Forgotten:

From a quaint and unsuspecting town in northern Maine comes SHADOW OF THE FORGOTTEN, the second book in the Kyndall Family Thrillers, a contemporary romantic suspense series filled with gripping intrigue, riveting romance, and nonstop adventure. A woman preyed upon by corruption. Heather York’s investigative career with the U.S. Marshals Service is neither glamorous nor dangerous, but when she’s thrust to the precipice of an unexpected threat, she has no choice but to wonder if she was meant to be collateral damage or the intended victim. A man who won’t abandon her. At a luxury lakeside lodge in Maine, Jordan Kyndall’s plans to celebrate the wedding of his college roommate go awry before the happy couple has a chance to say “I do.” Jordan anticipated a good time with old friends. Instead, he stumbles upon a gruesome scene in the picturesque woods of the woman whose lifeless body unexpectedly stirs his protective nature. An obsession that could destroy them both. As the threat against them grows and the questions multiply, they’ll have to trust each other—and their feelings—if they’re going to survive.

Get Your Copy Today:

Shadow of the Forgotten – Book Two

Kindle ~ Paperback

Catch up on the Series:

Blade of Death – short prequel

Amazon | iBooks | B&N | Kobo | Google Play | Smashwords

The Dragon’s Staircase – Book One

Amazon | Paperback

Shadow of the Forgotten book trailer:


About McKenna Grey & Everly Archard:

McKenna Grey is the contemporary alter-ego of an award-winning historical romance and western author. Never one to limit her imagination, she ventured into the realm of contemporary romantic suspense and thrillers where she blends touches of romance with gripping adventure and mystery. She also writes sweet contemporary stories to break up the murder and mayhem. Visit to learn more.

Connect with McKenna Grey:

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  Everly Archard is the pseudonym of an award-winning paranormal and fantasy romance author. Her passion for romance with an edge led her to explore the world of romantic suspense. Visit to learn more.

Connect with Everyly Archard:

Website | Email


Jordan handed her his cell phone. “Why would your boss have called you?”
“He knew I came up here. Not where exactly but in Maine. He’s a smart guy and almost as protective of me as my aunt. He has the news running on a TV in the background no matter where he is. He would have called.”
“I know if I were him, or someone else close to you, I’d want to know you’re all right. Go ahead and call. I’ll step out to give you some privacy.”
“You don’t have to . . .” Heather faced him. “I don’t want to be alone right now.” She shrugged, a helpless and honest gesture.
“Then you won’t be.” When she didn’t start dialing, Jordan asked, “What’s wrong?”
“I’m trying to remember.” She rubbed the bridge of her nose in an attempt to waylay another headache. “I guess my brain got rocked more than I realized.”
Jordan rubbed a hand over her upper back. “The doctor said it’s going to take some time for everything to be clear again.”
“I know, but it’s pissing me off how someone could affect me this way. They took away my friends and now they’ve left me”—Heather tossed the phone on the bed—“powerless in my own head.”
Jordan turned her to face him. “Not powerless.” He lifted her chin until they stared at each other. “Never powerless. You lived, and that makes you one of the strongest people I know.”
She smiled, not realizing she still knew how. “You sound like my boss. When he tried teaching me self-defense, I explained to him why someone like me doesn’t face down the bad guys.”
Jordan put a few inches between them, his gaze questioning. “I should have asked sooner. What exactly do you do for a living, Heather?”
She picked up his phone from the bed now that some clarity had returned. Her finger hovered over the screen as she said, “I’m an investigator for the U.S. Marshals Service.”

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