Friday, 25 April 2014

Book Highlight : Final Stand by Rose Garcia

RELEASE: MARCH 24th 2014

Dominique is still alive after killing Tavion, the Tainted who's hunted her for lifetimes. Yet her protectors still fear for her life. They force her to flee Houston and abandon the friends she loves. But they can't protect her from herself. When Dominique starts hearing Tavion's voice in her head, she realizes that her personal connection to the Tainted still exists. And when her car is ambushed, she discovers another frightening truth—someone close to her is a traitor.

Desperate for answers, Dominique seeks the aid of first lifers Trent and Infiniti. With their help, she hopes to find her new enemy. But things get complicated with Trent when she finally accepts her eternal love for Farrell, and even more complicated when the whispers in her head threaten her loved ones. Determined to live, Dominique decides to make a final stand against the forces that want to end her. For good.

About The Author

Rose Garcia is a lawyer turned writer who's always been fascinated by science fiction and fantasy. From a very young age, she often had her nose buried in books about other-worlds, fantastical creatures, and life and death situations. More recently she's been intrigued by a blend of science fiction and reality, and the idea that some supernatural events are, indeed, very real. Fueled by her imagination, she created The Transhuman Chronicles--a series of books about people who have overcome human limitations.

Rose lives in Houston with her husband and two kids. You can visit Rose at

When I brought my hands down, I was surprised to see that I was clutching a long white feather. My eyes fixed on the feather, my hand opening to expose it fully. It was beautiful—a crisp white with hues of yellow and gold at the edges—and I thought I knew it, like I had seen it before. Afraid to drop it, I tightened my grip, panic seizing me. My eyes darted around to make sure I was alone. After scanning the area, I brought my attention back to the feather. I gasped. It had escaped my hand and floated down to the red dirt. I watched it drift back and forth, my entire body stuck on pause. When the feather reached the red dirt, white light illuminated from it, like a glowing ribbon reaching up toward me before fading away. The feather looked lifeless, out of place. I should’ve held on tighter. I shouldn’t have let go


  1. I've read lots of good things about this series and I can't wait to start reading it.. thanks for sharing!